Internship & Career Readiness Event: Negotiating the Job Offer

Get an Internship!

Attend professional development workshops to explore future career options and help you prepare for an internship.

Negotiating the Job Offer

Take the Next Skills, Training, Experience, Purpose (STEP) Get an Internship! For more information, contact 562.985.4464 or cla-interships@csulb.edu

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Internship & Career Readiness Event: How to Prepare for the Interview

Get an Internship!

Attend professional development workshops to explore future career options and help you prepare for an internship.

How to Prepare for the Interview

Practice tough interview questions and discover important tips to ace your interview.

Take the Next Skills, Training, Experience, Purpose (STEP) Get an Internship! For more information, contact 562.985.4464 or cla-interships@csulb.edu

Download a PDF version of the STEP Flyer for Spring 2018

Child Abuse Prevention Club

Woman speaker graphicJoin us for our presentation on
        Child Abuse Awareness

Presented by former
Social Welfare Administrator:

Andrea Helzer, M.S.W.

Questions?
Please contact us at Csulb.preventchildabuse@gmail.com

 

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On Twitter               @CAPC_CSULB
On Instagram         @csulb.preventchildabuse
On Facebook          https://www.facebook.com/Child-Abuse-Prevention-Club-136221443384425/?ref=bookmarks      

The Black Panther, Hollywood, and Black People: Reflections on Entertainment, Engagement and Resistance

Department of Africana Studies 

and

Africana Studies Student Association (ASSA) 

Presents a forum on

The Black Panther, Hollywood, and Black People: Reflections on Entertainment, Engagement and Resistance

Black Panther Movie Poster

A Faculty — Student — Community 

Conversation

Dr. Maulana Karenga
Professor & Chair
Department of Africana Studies

Dr. Natalie Sartin
Lecturer
Department of Africana Studies

Dr. Ebony Utley
Assistant Professor
Department of Comm. Studies


DEPARTMENT OF AFRICANA STUDIES, PSY-306 | 562.985.4624
www.csulb.edu/colleges/cla/departments/africanastudies

“SIX THINGS THAT I KNOW ABOUT THE ROLE OF ART AND THEATER ON THE GLOBAL STAGE” With Anne Bogart

Please join The Global Studies Institute for a reception and lecture celebrating The Second Annual
Elena Diane Curris Lecture on Global Issues

“SIX THINGS THAT I KNOW ABOUT THE ROLE OF ART AND THEATER
ON THE GLOBAL STAGE”

With Anne Bogart

Obie Award Winner for Best Director, “The Baltimore Waltz”
Obie Award Winner for Best Director, “No Plays No Poetry…”
Bessie Award Winner for Best Choreographer/Creator, “South Pacific”
ATHE Career Achievement Award
American Theater Wing Award

“SIX THINGS THAT I KNOW ABOUT THE ROLE OF ART AND THEATER ON THE GLOBAL STAGE” With Anne Bogart

Anne Bogart is a Co-Artistic Director of the ensemble-based SITI Company, head of the MFA Directing program at Columbia University, author of five books focusing on overcoming obstacles to art-making (Violence; Memory; Terror; Eroticism; Stereotype; Embarrassment; and Resistance), improvisational technique, post-9/11 sociocultural reality in the US and theatre’s place in it, the art of direction, and the process of storytelling. With SITI, Bogart has directed more than 30 works in venues around the world. Her many awards and fellowships include three honorary doctorates (Cornish School of the Arts, Bard College and Skidmore College), A Duke Artist Fellowship, A United States Artists Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Rockefeller/Bellagio Fellowship and a Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Residency Fellowship.

Elena Curris, a caring person with a creative and adventurous spirit, served California State University, Long Beach, in several advancement and public relations capacities. At the time of her unexpected passing, Elena, a 2009 graduate of Leadership Long Beach, served the University as its Director of Community Projects and Marketing.

In recognition of Elena’s global interests, highlighted by her chairing the planning committee for “The President’s Forum for International Human Rights” and co-directing the annual Veterans Day Celebration, and in support of the University’s International Studies Program, her family has established this memorial endowment to sponsor the annual Elena Diane Curris Lecture on Global Issues.

Kindly respond to Kellie Sala by Friday, March 16 at (562) 985-5236 or Kellie.Sala@csulb.edu

A conversation with sociologist Lisa Wade about sex and dating on college campuses

Sociologist Dr. Lisa Wade (Occidental College) will be coming to campus for a conversation about her new book, American Hookup: The New Culture of Sex on Campus.Sociologist Dr. Lisa Wade (Occidental College) will be coming to campus for a conversation about her new book, American Hookup: The New Culture of Sex on CampusThis book, based on Dr. Wade’s extensive interviews with college students across the country, examines the changing mores around sex, emotional health, consent and other issues confronting young people trying to navigate the contemporary landscape of sex and dating. It is a timely project, especially in an era of heightened awareness around issues of sexual harassment, assault and consent. Dr. Wade will be in conversation with Dr. Oliver Wang of the Sociology Department at CSULB.

 

This event is sponsored by the Sociology Honors Program, Sociology Student Association and AKD.

Captive Latina (Im)migrants and the Limits of the Politics of Respectability within the Immigrant Rights Movement

Captive Latina (Im)migrants and the Limits of the Politics of Respectability within the Immigrant Rights Movement

Presentation by

Martha D. Escobar, Ph.D.

Associate Profession in Chicana/o Studies at CSU Northridge

Captive Latina (Im)migrants and the Limits of the Politics of Respectability within the Immigrant Rights Movement Presentation by Martha D. Escobar, Ph.D. Associate Profession in Chicana/o Studies at CSU Northridge

Today the United States leads the world in incarceration rates.  The country increasingly relies on the prison system as a “fix” for the regulation of societal issues. Captivity Beyond Prisons is the first full-length book to explicitly link prisons and incarceration to the criminalization of Latina (im)migrants.

Escobar argues that incarcerated Latinas are marked as socially irrecuperable because they are not considered useful within this neoliberal era. This perception impacts how they are criminalized, which is not limited to incarceration but also extends to and affects Latina (im)migrants’ everyday lives. Escobar places special focus on how some sectors of the immigrant rights movement engages a politics of respectability that seeks to expand inclusion to “good” (im)migrants and the limitations these strategies present for people marked as criminal.

16th Annual Solanki Lecture: “Bending Like Bandung: India China and the Reshaping of Asian & International Order”

The Yadunandan Center for India Studies Presents

The 16th Annual Solanki Lecture:

“Bending Like Bandung: India China and the Reshaping of Asian & International Order”

2018 Solanki Lecture: Bending Like Bandung: India, China and the Reshaping of Asian & International Order, March 20th

The Lecture will be delivered by Amitav Acharya, Distinguished Professor of International Relations and the UNESCO Chair in Transnational Challenges and Governance at the School of International Service at American University. He is also the inaugural holder (2016-18) of the Boeing Company Chair in International Relations at Tsinghua University in Beijing. In 2014, he became the first non-Western scholar to be elected as the President of the International Studies Association. Professor Acharya is the author of 30 books and edited volumes, and over 200 articles. His most recent books include Constructing Global Order (Cambridge, 2018); East of India, South of China (Oxford, 2017); and The End of American World Order (Polity, 2014, 2018).

Internship & Career Readiness Event: How to Find an Internship

Get an Internship!

Attend professional development workshops to explore future career options and help you prepare for an internship.

How to Find an Internship

Learn how to use internship search tools and how to network with recruiters to access internship opportunities. Bring your laptop to begin your internship search.

Take the Next Skills, Training, Experience, Purpose (STEP) Get an Internship! For more information, contact 562.985.4464 or cla-interships@csulb.edu

Download a PDF version of the STEP Flyer for Spring 2018

Internship & Career Readiness Event: Effective Resume & Cover Letter Writing

Get an Internship!

Attend professional development workshops to explore future career options and help you prepare for an internship.

Effective Resume & Cover Letter Writing

Develop resume and cover letter writing strategies by learning how to articulate your transferable skills and make your application stand out to recruiters.

Take the Next Skills, Training, Experience, Purpose (STEP) Get an Internship! For more information, contact 562.985.4464 or cla-interships@csulb.edu

Download a PDF version of the STEP Flyer for Spring 2018