BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//ZContent.net//Zap Calendar 1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71347 DTSTART:20190322 DTEND:20190322 LOCATION:Worldwide DESCRIPTION: What is World Water Day? Sustainable Development Goal 6 is crystal clear: water for all by 2030. By definition\, this means leaving no one behind. But today\, billions of people are still living without safe water – their households\, schools\, workplaces\, farms and factories struggling to survive and thrive. Marginalized groups – women\, children\, refugees\, indigenous peoples\, disabled people and many others – are often overlooked\, and sometimes face discrimination\, as they try to access and manage the safe water they need. This World Water Day\, March 22\, is about tackling the water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people are being left behind. Learn more at www.worldwaterday.org. SUMMARY:World Water Day END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71170 DTSTART:20190322T123000 DTEND:20190322T140000 LOCATION:The Immaculata Immaculata Lawn DESCRIPTION:According to UN-Water\, 2.1 billion people live without safe drinking water at home. In 8 out of 10 households without water\, women and girls bear the brunt of the responsibility for water collection. The average distance walked to retrieve water is 6K (3.7 miles). In July 2010\, the United Nations General Assembly explicitly recognized the human right to water and sanitation and acknowledged that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realization of all human rights. Join the Office of Sustainability and the Women's Commons at USD to walk in solidarity with and in recognition of the women and girls who walk miles and spend hours per day to retrieve water. This event will also allow us to reflect on our own water usage as a society with easy access to potable water and the importance of global water conservation. Event Details The walk is a one-mile loop that will begin and end at the Immaculata Lawn on USD's campus. Participants will have the opportunity to carry the average weight in water that women and children must carry for waterless households. Five\, one-gallon water jugs amount to the average 44 pounds carried per trip. Students\, faculty\, and staff are encouraged to sign up in teams and to share the burden of weight together.  The one-gallon jugs will be donated after the event to the local organization Border Angels to be used in humanitarian water drops and donation to migrant shelters. Although the jugs are plastic\, the Office of Sustainability recognizes the humanitarian necessity of clean drinking water as a priority in this instance. Participants who register prior to the event will receive a free gift. For more information on World Water Day\, please visit www.worldwaterday.org or www.unwater.org. SUMMARY:Walk for Water END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71148 DTSTART:20190322T160000 DTEND:20190322T200000 LOCATION:Sidecar\, 1310 Morena Blvd. San Diego\, CA 92110 DESCRIPTION:YOU are invited to the USD Legal Clinics' Second Annual March Madness Watch Party Fundraiser on Friday\, March 22nd from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Sidecar (http://www.sidecarsd.com/).  Sidecar is located a few blocks from the USD Legal Clinics at 1310 Morena Blvd. (https://goo.gl/maps/yCVqjMzGU662).     Here are the important event details:  Free Wings!  Drink Specials!  Pool Table!  Pop-A-Shot Basketball Tournament!  No Cover!  Watch your NCAA tournament bracket crash and burn on opening weekend!  A percentage of all bar revenue from this event will be donated to the USD Legal Clinics.  21+ only with valid ID event.  No registration required...just show up and have fun!  Facebook friends\, real friends\, significant others\, ex-significant others\, long lost cousins\, people you don't talk to at the gym\, and your favorite Uber driver are all invited to this epic event.      Started in 1971 as a student volunteer project\, the USD Legal Clinics have a long and rich tradition of offering outstanding academic training to law students while providing free legal services to low-income residents in the San Diego communities.  In 2018\, we closed 400+ cases\,  trained 145+ talented law students\, and logged 16\,451 pro bono hours. We are now accepting USD law student applications for summer and fall 2019 (https://www.sandiego.edu/law/academics/clinics-externships/clinical-education/application-procedure.php) SUMMARY:USD Legal Clinics' Second Annual March Madness Watch Party Fundraiser END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71366 DTSTART:20190322T180000 DTEND:20190322 LOCATION:Fowler Park DESCRIPTION:San Diego baseball continues its longest homestand of the year\, hosting Cal State Fullerton and San Francisco. The Toreros will take on Fullerton on Tuesday at 6 p.m. before hosting San Francisco for a weekend series with games on Friday at 6 p.m.\, Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. SUMMARY:Baseball Continues Homestand END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70040 DTSTART:20190322T180000 DTEND:20190322T210000 LOCATION:Hahn University Center UC Forums ABC DESCRIPTION:Join us for a night filled with amazing cultural performances\, international buffet and stunning multicultural fashion. Attendance is free for all.  SUMMARY:The 34th Annual International Expo & Cultural Fashion Show END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70993 DTSTART:20190325T190000 DTEND:20190325 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre DESCRIPTION:The College of Arts and Sciences in conjunction with Warwick's Books in La Jolla will host Patton Oswalt\, who will discuss his late wife's book\, I'll Be Gone in the Dark. USD's Erik Frisvold\, PhD\, associate professor of Sociology and academic director of Law Enforcement & Public Safety Leadership MS\, will moderate the conversation.  Patton Oswalt is the author of the New York Times bestseller Zombie Spaceship Wasteland. He has released four TV specials and four critically acclaimed comedy albums\, including the Grammy-nominated My Weakness Is Strong. He put together the Comedians of Comedy tour and television series. Oswalt has also appeared on many television shows and in more than 20 films\, including Young Adult\, Big Fan and Ratatouille. He lives in Los Angeles\, California. About I'll Be Gone in the Dark The haunting true story of the elusive serial rapist-turned-murderer who terrorized California during the 1970s and 80s\, and of the gifted journalist who died tragically while investigating the case--which was solved in April 2018. For more than 10 years\, a mysterious and violent predator committed 50 sexual assaults in Northern California before moving south\, where he perpetrated 10 sadistic murders. Then he disappeared\, eluding capture by multiple police forces and some of the best detectives in the area. Three decades later\, Michelle McNamara\, a true-crime journalist who created the popular website TrueCrimeDiary.com\, was determined to find the violent psychopath she called "the Golden State Killer." McNamara pored over police reports\, interviewed victims\, and embedded herself in the online communities that were as obsessed with the case as she was. I'll Be Gone in the Dark--the masterpiece McNamara was writing at the time of her sudden death--offers an atmospheric snapshot of a moment in American history and a chilling account of a criminal mastermind and the wreckage he left behind. It is also a portrait of a woman's obsession and her unflagging pursuit of the truth. Utterly original and compelling\, it has been hailed as a modern true crime classic--one which fulfilled Michelle's dream: helping unmask the Golden State Killer. SUMMARY:An Evening with Patton Oswalt - "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" Book Discussion END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70021 DTSTART:20190326T160000 DTEND:20190326T172000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:In Spring 2018\, the Humanities Center began a major and ambitious exploration of the three underlying concepts that constituted the foundation of USD at its inception: beauty\, goodness\, and truth. In the words of Mother Rosalie Hill\, “Beauty will attract them\, goodness will lead them\, but the truth will hold them.” Having examined the concepts of both beauty and goodness\, we complete the series with an investigation into the idea of truth\, approached from a range of perspectives and disciplines. Each session consists of three presentations by experts drawn from USD’s College of Arts and Sciences. At a time when the very idea of truth appears to be under attack\, this semester-long investigation takes on topical and urgent significance.     Discussions introduced by: Julia Cantzler\, PhD | Department of Sociology Michelle Grier\, PhD | Department of Philosophy Lori Watson\, PhD | Department of Philosophy SUMMARY:Idea of Truth Series - On the Critique of Truth: Nietzsche\, Standpoint Theory and Decolonization END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71350 DTSTART:20190326T170000 DTEND:20190326T190000 LOCATION:Maher Hall Salomon Hall DESCRIPTION:This Womxn's Herstory Month\, join us in recognizing and celebrating unsung mujeres throughout revolutionary periods in history. There will be music\, food\, and speakers! SUMMARY:Mujeres De La Revolución END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70690 DTSTART:20190326T180000 DTEND:20190326 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre DESCRIPTION:Bryan Massingale\, STD\, is a professor of theology and social ethics at Fordham University\, holding the Buckman Chair in applied Christian ethics. Dr. Massingale is author of the important study\, Racial Justice and the Catholic Church. This event is sponsored by the Frances G. Harpst Center for Catholic Thought and Culture\, College of Arts and Sciences\, University Ministry\, the Department of Theology and Religious Studies\, the Center for Inclusion and Diversity\, the Black Student Resources Commons\, the Mulvaney Center for Community\, Awareness and the Center for Christian Spirituality. This event is free and open to all. Reception to follow. SUMMARY:Bryan Massingale\, Switgall Lecture: "When Order Masks Disorder: Limits of Dialogue in Catholic Approaches to Racial Justice" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71365 DTSTART:20190327T143000 DTEND:20190327T155000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 209 DESCRIPTION:As we are all aware\, borders remain a critical subject of debate around the world. The purpose of these Teach Ins are to provide a setting for our campus to discuss the relationship between borders and ethnicity\, race and gender in the context of a local border area that is the largest and most well-known today that remains a complex and contested space. Both of these presentations will allow participants to reflect on issues of race\, ethnicity\, class\, gender\, sexuality\, citizenship\, trans-nationalism and cultural/national identity in relation to the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands. An Ethnic Studies Teach-in presented by students of ETHN 361 SUMMARY:Debunking Myths: Migration\, Criminalization of the border\, Caravans\, Undocallies END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70082 DTSTART:20190327T173000 DTEND:20190327T193000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall Warren Auditorium DESCRIPTION:This documentary film emphasizes the opportunity for women to use their voices through media to change the social and political landscape and achieve full equality. Directed by Cady McClain\, the film focuses on the challenges of being a woman director in Hollywood and the difference it makes to have a woman in the director's chair. Q&A to follow. Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences\, Film Studies\, the Humanities Center and Women's and Gender Studies. SUMMARY:Documentary Screening - Seeing Is Believing: Women Direct END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70668 DTSTART:20190327T180000 DTEND:20190327T190000 LOCATION:Barcelona 222 DESCRIPTION:Graduates of USD's ABA-Approved Paralegal Program go on to a dynamic and exciting profession demonstrating relevant skills and becoming valuable members of legal teams in law firms\, banks\, corporations\, government agencies\, and more. If you are thinking about starting a paralegal career\, attending the Graduate Panel will provide you with insight about the field and the preparation you'll need to begin. Learn about current trends and employment opportunities from recent graduates working in diverse areas of law. Get an inside look at job search techniques and what you can expect as a student and graduate of USD's Paralegal Program. RSVP at sandiego.edu/pce/paralegal/contact SUMMARY:USD Paralegal Program Graduate Panel – Free! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68116 DTSTART:20190328T070000 DTEND:20190328T120000 LOCATION:Hilton San Diego Bayfront\, 1 Park Boulevard\, San Diego\, CA 92101 DESCRIPTION:The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate will host its 23rd Annual Real Estate Conference on March 28\, 2019. This event is our signature gathering of the "who’s who" in the real estate industry in San Diego. The conference attracts more than 600 high-level real estate professionals annually. We are excited to announce a fantastic lineup of speakers. Geoffrey Kasselman\, SIOR\, LEED AP\, executive managing director of Newmark Knight Frank and immediate past president of SIOR Global\, will open the conference as our first featured speaker. Kasselman is an innovation-minded futurist focused on harnessing transformative disruption and technology convergence in order to bring actionable opportunities to the commercial real estate industry. His fascinating presentation on "The Exponential Future of Everything" will review these disruptive changes.  Our second featured speaker will be Spencer Levy\, chairman of Americas research and senior economic advisor for CBRE. He will discuss cause and effect of macro real estate trends throughout the country.  Following Levy\, a panel of municipal leaders from several of the largest cities in San Diego County will discuss current and future land use. The panel will be moderated by David Graham\, chief innovation officer\, City of Carlsbad. Panelists will include: Gary Halbert\, city manager\, City of Chula Vista; Mike Hansen\, planning director\, City of San Diego; Rebecca Jones\, mayor\, City of San Marcos; and Andrew Keatts\, assistant editor\, Voice of San Diego. During the last hour of the conference\, we will offer two optional breakout sessions. Attendees may select to attend either of the two following sessions:  Breakout Session 1:Features a presentation on "Opportunity Zones" by Phil Jelsma\, partner at Crosbie Gliner Schiffman Southard and Swanson LLP (CGS3). Breakout Session 2:Features a presentation on "New Technologies and Their Real Estate Impacts" by Taylor Mammen\, senior managing director of RCLCO Real Estate Advisors. For questions\, sponsorship opportunities\, or for discounted tickets for USD students and faculty/staff\, contact Diane Ice\, events and committees manager\, at (619) 260-2379. For media inquiries\, contact Kimberly Malasky\, director of communications and marketing\, at (619) 260-4786. SUMMARY:Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's 23rd Annual Real Estate Conference END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71483 DTSTART:20190328T123000 DTEND:20190328T140000 LOCATION:Student Life Pavilion 418 DESCRIPTION:Join us on Thursday\, March 28 at 12:30 p.m. for our next Food for Thought dialogue about food insecurity. Lunch provided! SUMMARY:Food for Thought: Food Insecurity END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71177 DTSTART:20190328T130000 DTEND:20190328T140000 LOCATION:Olin Hall 228 DESCRIPTION:We’re drowning in data! Every industry is collecting a wealth of it\, but companies are desperate to hire professionals that know how to wield it to solve important problems. Attend this information session on-campus to learn how you can acquire the most sought after skills\, while also earning a master’s degree in only 10 months\, with no professional experience necessary. Supercharge your career potential with a Master’s in Business Analytics. SUMMARY:MS in Business Analytics Information Session END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71349 DTSTART:20190329T123000 DTEND:20190329T133000 LOCATION:Student Life Pavilion 420 DESCRIPTION:Join us in conversation about how feminist principles are shaping politics in new ways. As always\, bundt cake will be provided! SUMMARY:Feminists Go To Washington: Nothing Bundt Feminism END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70513 DTSTART:20190329T193000 DTEND:20190329T213000 LOCATION:Camino Hall Shiley Theatre DESCRIPTION:The Greater San Diego Chamber Orchestra\, directed by USD Music faculty Dr. Angela Yeung\, performs Rimsky-Korsakov’s "Scheherazade." The concert also features winners of the 2019 Music Teachers Association of California Concerto Competition and two USD students: Daniel Campbell ('20)\, viola in Bruch's Romanze\, and Elizabeth Tin-Maung ('20)\, violin in Monti's Czardas. SUMMARY:Rimsky Korsakov’s "Scheherazade" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71363 DTSTART:20190330T090000 DTEND:20190330T150000 LOCATION:Belanich Engineering Center (Loma Hall) DESCRIPTION:Cyber Passive and Active Reconnaissance SUMMARY:Cyber Saturdays @USD END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71306 DTSTART:20190330T100000 DTEND:20190330T120000 LOCATION:Hahn University Center Forum A DESCRIPTION:Christians are called to forgive\, but that call is neither easy or straightforward. Three panelists will share personal stories of their journey to forgiveness illuminating practical insights for how forgiveness can lead to healing\, freedom and a deep sense of joy. Panelists: Rev. Jessica Strysko\, paster of Water's Edge Faith Community (United Methodist) Clydeen Moller\, Spiritual Director Aaron Bianco\, Lay Catholic Pastoral Associate Panel moderated by Rebecca Laird\, Professor of Christian Ministry and Practice at Point Loma Nazarene University SUMMARY:The Spirituality of Forgiveness: Healing Self and World END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71482 DTSTART:20190330T190000 DTEND:20190330T220000 LOCATION:Hahn University Center UC Forum C DESCRIPTION: The Asian Student Association presents Spring Parasol Ball 2019! Parasol Ball is a free event for all students! There will be free food (vegetarian options available) and live performances from different cultures. It is on Saturday\, March 30 from 7-10 p.m. and will be held at the Hahn University Center's Forum C. There will also be activities\, photo booths\, Henna\, and raffle prizes to be won! SUMMARY:Parasol Ball END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70857 DTSTART:20190401 DTEND:20190401 LOCATION:Founders Hall Hoehn Family Galleries DESCRIPTION:On view February 22 – May 17.  Georges Rouault (1871–1958) was a French artist whose provocative prints and paintings blurred medieval and modern\, sacred and secular. In 1936\, he began working on an illustrated edition of Les Fleurs du Mal (Flowers of Evil)\, the cycle of poems by Charles Baudelaire that caused a scandal when first published in 1857. Featuring notations and instructions by Rouault for his master printer\, the set of color aquatints offers rare insight into the process of conceiving and executing an ambitious suite of prints at the nexus of the verbal and the visual. SUMMARY:Exhibition - George Rounault: Les Fleurs du Mal END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70853 DTSTART:20190401 DTEND:20190401 LOCATION:Serra Hall David W. May American Indian Gallery DESCRIPTION:On view November 9\, 2018 – May 3\, 2019. A member of the Swinomish and Tulalip tribes\, Matika Wilbur has been photographing contemporary Native Americans as part of an epic documentary undertaking\, Project 562. Since 2012\, Wilbur has been traveling throughout the country recording the voices and faces of indigenous peoples. When completed\, Project 562 will include representations of members from all 562 and more federally recognized tribes throughout the United States. Her photography aims to respect\, humanize and resist the idea of “vanishing races” that has pervaded the narrative surrounding Native American portraiture since the late-19th century. This presentation includes dozens of Wilbur’s recent works\, concentrating on portraits of individuals from the Southwest. SUMMARY:Exhibition - Natural Wanderment: Stewardship. Sovereignty. Sacredness. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70859 DTSTART:20190401 DTEND:20190401 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Fine Art Galleries DESCRIPTION:On view April 1 – May 10. This exhibition features work by photographer Shivaraju B.S. from Bangalore\, India. Best known by his nickname\, Cop Shiva\, acquired from working as a policeman for nearly 10 years\, he began taking photographs while working on his beat. The images are from his most celebrated series\, On Being Gandhi\, in which he documents the performances of Byagadehalli Basavaraju\, a village schoolteacher who routinely impersonates Mahatma Gandhi walking through village streets\, in school playgrounds and among reverent or curious bystanders. This exhibition was curated by the Frank Museum of Art at Otterbein University and is presented at USD in conjunction with the ASIANetwork conference. SUMMARY:Exhibition - On Being Gandhi: The Art and Politics of Seeing END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70737 DTSTART:20190401 DTEND:20190401 LOCATION:Serra Hall Humanities Center Gallery DESCRIPTION:On view March 19 - May 17. In collaboration with MCASD\, the Humanities Center Gallery presents a classic work by Joan Jonas\, Double Lunar Dogs (1984). Based on Robert Heinlein’s science fiction story\, “Universe\,” this single-channel video reflects the artist’s interests in fragmented narrative and the unique effects of her chosen media. Jonas was a pioneer of video art practice in the 1960s and ’70s\, and today is considered one of the most influential artists of our time\, working across a variety of art forms. The recipient of numerous honors\, including the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award\, Jonas was also named the 2018 Kyoto Prize Laureate in Arts and Philosophy. SUMMARY:Exhibition - Screenings 3: Joan Jonas END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70628 DTSTART:20190402T143000 DTEND:20190402T155000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice E/F DESCRIPTION:​Traci Roberts-Camps is professor of Latin American Literature and Film and chair of the Department of Modern Languages and Literature at the University of the Pacific. In this lecture\, she will present on the works of women filmmakers from Argentina\, Brazil\, Chile\, and Mexico from her recent book Latin American Women Filmmakers: Social and Cultural Perspectives. The directors in this study challenge societal norms such as heteronormativity\, ethnocentricity\, sexism\, and socioeconomic discrimination and defy institutions such as repressive governments\, patriarchal social structures\, and an oppressive church. Each of the directors exemplify a unique way of combining form and content in their films. SUMMARY:Lecture by Traci Roberts-Camps: ​“Behind the Camera: Latin American Women Filmmakers” END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70022 DTSTART:20190402T160000 DTEND:20190402T172000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:In Spring 2018\, the Humanities Center began a major and ambitious exploration of the three underlying concepts that constituted the foundation of USD at its inception: beauty\, goodness\, and truth. In the words of Mother Rosalie Hill\, “Beauty will attract them\, goodness will lead them\, but the truth will hold them.” Having examined the concepts of both beauty and goodness\, we complete the series with an investigation into the idea of truth\, approached from a range of perspectives and disciplines. Each session consists of three presentations by experts drawn from USD’s College of Arts and Sciences. At a time when the very idea of truth appears to be under attack\, this semester-long investigation takes on topical and urgent significance.     Discussions introduced by: H. E. Baber\, PhD | Department of Philosophy Michael Kelly\, PhD | Department of Philosophy Steve Tammelleo\, PhD | Department of Philosophy SUMMARY:Idea of Truth Series - The Death of Truth? END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70942 DTSTART:20190402T163000 DTEND:20190402T181500 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall Warren Auditorium DESCRIPTION:Pope Francis embarks on a personal journey to present his work of reform and answer today's global questions — from his deep concern for the poor and wealth inequality to his involvement in environmental issues\, social justice and calls for peace. Run time: 96 minutes Rated: PG SUMMARY:Movie Screening - Pope Francis: A Man of His Word END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71421 DTSTART:20190403T180000 DTEND:20190403T200000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Room AB DESCRIPTION:U.S. organizations are more dependent on international partnerships than ever before. Business leaders that understand global culture\, economics\, supply chain\, and marketing are in demand and are driving organizational performance improvement. USD’s MS in Global Leadership prepares leaders to recognize and take advantage of conditions that help organizations excel at business in a global marketplace. Join us for an insightful conversation with MSGL alumni who will share how USD has propelled their career and helped them have a greater impact on their organization\, their community\, and their world. SUMMARY:MS in Global Leadership Alumni Conversations END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70551 DTSTART:20190403T190000 DTEND:20190403T203000 LOCATION:Hahn University Center Forum C DESCRIPTION:One of the most popular events on campus. A night of stories and empathy featuring six members of the USD community. The April edition will feature five fellow student stories. SUMMARY:My Story END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70519 DTSTART:20190404T160000 DTEND:20190404T180000 LOCATION:Serra Hall Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:In collaboration with this year's selected book\, $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America\, USD Just Read! presents Film Screening: The Homeless Chorus Speaks. "The Homeless Chorus Speaks" is a compelling documentary that creatively depicts a critical and timely social issue: people living without support and shelter. Using a unique community choir (Voices of Our City Choir) as a vehicle to tell the stories of people suffering with homelessness\, the film -- like all of Susan Polis Schutz’s documentaries -- effectively puts a human face on a crucial problem and makes it strikingly clear just how easily someone can end up living on the streets. - Lauren Mills\, American Public Television Visit the Voices of Our City Choir website Please note: This event is open to the public.  Visit our Just Read! website to learn more or visit the CEE website to view more upcoming events. SUMMARY:USD Just Read! presents “The Homeless Chorus Speaks" Film Screening END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70755 DTSTART:20190405T130000 DTEND:20190405T140000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice EF DESCRIPTION:The lecture explores the potential of socially engaged art as a critical and creative response to the many downsides of China’s top-down\, pro-urban\, and profit-driven social transformations. Through analyzing various projects of engagement and intervention launched by contemporary Chinese art professionals in response to various social and environment injustices or the widening gap between the rural and the urban\, it demonstrates the possibility of individuals as agents of social critiques and changes by carrying out small-scale work at grassroots level. The lecture highlights the practical\, transformative\, and activating power of art for social criticism\, place construction\, and personal development. About Meiqin Wang Meiqin Wang is a professor of art at California State University Northridge. She received PhD in Art History from the State University of New York at Binghamton and her research focuses on contemporary art from China in the context of commercialization and urbanization of the Chinese world. She has written on topics such as art and cultural industries\, art and urbanization\, and socially engaged art. SUMMARY:Socially Engaged Art in Contemporary China END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70220 DTSTART:20190406T190000 DTEND:20190406T210000 LOCATION:Founders Chapel DESCRIPTION:Acclaimed guest soloists Jennifer Ellis Kampani (soprano)\, Clifton Massey (counter tenor)\, Matthew Tresler (tenor)\, and Daniel Pickes-Jones (baritone) will be joined by the Bay Area's Jubilate period-instrument ensemble\, and by USD's own 32-voice Choral Scholars. Marianne Pfau directs and moderates the concert with comments on text and music. Three Bach Cantatas and the Motet Komm\, Jesu komm set forth the sentiments of Lent and Easter in stirring choruses\, recitatives and arias. Bach finds music that is by turn dramatic\, moving and uplifting. Together\, words and music become magnificent expressions of faith that remain radiantly powerful today. For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Tickets are $15 general admission; $12 seniors\, USD faculty\, staff and alumni; and $10 students with ID. Tickets are available at www.usdmusic.eventbrite.com\, and remaining tickets will be sold at the door. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.    SUMMARY:Angelus Sacred Music Series: 11th Annual Lenten Concert END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:66040 DTSTART:20190407T100000 DTEND:20190407T140000 LOCATION:Student Life Pavilion Pavilion Dining DESCRIPTION:Easter brunch is an unlimited access\, all you care to eat\, meal. SUMMARY:Easter Brunch END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71424 DTSTART:20190408 DTEND:20190429 LOCATION:Student Life Pavilion Gallery DESCRIPTION:Annual Student Exhibition April 8-29 / Student Life Pavilion Gallery Reception: April 11 from 12:30-2 p.m. A survey exhibition of work made by students enrolled in Department of Art\, Architecture + Art History courses. Works will be juried by Chantel Paul\, Director of the SDSU Downtown Gallery for a monetary prize. SUMMARY:Annual Student Exhibition END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70911 DTSTART:20190408 DTEND:20190412 LOCATION:Varies DESCRIPTION:Save the Date! The University of San Diego's Office of Sponsored Programs will host\, in conjunction with the Office of the Provost and others\, Research Week\, April 8-12\, with events happening campus-wide. For information when it comes available\, learn more about 2019's USD Research Week. SUMMARY:Research Week 2019 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71438 DTSTART:20190408 DTEND:20190419 LOCATION:Sacred Heart Hall Visual Arts Gallery DESCRIPTION:Senior Visual Arts Exhibition April 8 - 19 / Visual Arts Gallery Reception: April 12 from 5 to 7 p.m.   An exhibition of Visual Art Thesis Students whose work covers a range of media and subject matter. This exhibition will include work by Miles Bijsterbosch\, Will Crisp\, Alyssa Gehb\, Isabel Gonzalez\, Nina Montejano\, Auburn Reed\, Zach Telles\, J.E. Walker\, and Yuke Zhou.  Works will be juried for monetary prizes by Chantel Paul\, Director of the SDSU Downtown Gallery.  SUMMARY:Senior Visual Arts Exhibition END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71100 DTSTART:20190408T160000 DTEND:20190408 LOCATION:Copley Library Mother Hill Reading Room DESCRIPTION:Nogar’s monograph\, Quill and Cross in the Borderlands: The Writing and Travels of Sor María de Ágreda\, 1628 to the Present\, treats the transatlantic history of the legendary Spanish nun\, and author Sor María de Jesús de Ágreda. The book focuses not only on the 400-year-long history of the nun’s bilocation narrative\, but also on the impact of her writing on colonial Mexican society. SUMMARY:Anna Nogar\, Quill and Cross in the Borderlands: Sor María De Ágreda and the Lady in Blue END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70023 DTSTART:20190409T160000 DTEND:20190409T172000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:In Spring 2018\, the Humanities Center began a major and ambitious exploration of the three underlying concepts that constituted the foundation of USD at its inception: beauty\, goodness\, and truth. In the words of Mother Rosalie Hill\, “Beauty will attract them\, goodness will lead them\, but the truth will hold them.” Having examined the concepts of both beauty and goodness\, we complete the series with an investigation into the idea of truth\, approached from a range of perspectives and disciplines. Each session consists of three presentations by experts drawn from USD’s College of Arts and Sciences. At a time when the very idea of truth appears to be under attack\, this semester-long investigation takes on topical and urgent significance.     Discussions introduced by: Pat Drinan\, PhD | Department of Political Science and International Relations Michael Gonzalez\, PhD | Department of History Tim McCarty\, PhD | Department of Political Science and International Relations SUMMARY:Idea of Truth Series - Truth and Lies in Politics END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71075 DTSTART:20190410T120000 DTEND:20190410T143000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall DESCRIPTION:Last year\, SOLES hosted its inaugural Diversity\, Inclusion and Social Justice Excellence Showcase. The event included 38 projects related to diversity\, inequality\, social justice\, multiculturalism and historically under-represented populations. These projects were presented by SOLES students\, faculty\, and staff across all departments allowing  SUMMARY:SOLES 2nd Annual Diversity\, Inclusion\, and Social Justice Excellence Showcase END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70010 DTSTART:20190410T163000 DTEND:20190410T173000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:More Human is a live storytelling event curated around different themes each month. Storytellers share meaningful experiences or challenges they've overcome\, each providing insight into the human condition. The event is cosponsored by the Humanities Center and Changemaker Hub\, and facilitated by the student-produced podcast\, There's More.  Tonight we will be exploring the concept of "faith." This monthly series takes place on the second Wednesday of each month. SUMMARY:More Human Series - "Faith" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71087 DTSTART:20190410T180000 DTEND:20190410T193000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice KIPJ AB DESCRIPTION:Presented by the University of San Diego School of Business graduate programs. SUMMARY:Meet the Professors: Graduate Business Open House END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70541 DTSTART:20190411T120000 DTEND:20190411T140000 LOCATION:Hahn University Center Forums ABC DESCRIPTION: SUMMARY:Creative Collaborations Undergraduate Research Conference END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71422 DTSTART:20190411T123000 DTEND:20190411T140000 LOCATION:Student Life Pavilion Gallery DESCRIPTION:Annual Student Exhibition April 8-29 / Student Life Pavilion Gallery Reception: April 11 from 12:30 - 2 p.m.   A survey exhibition of work made by students enrolled in Department of Art\, Architecture + Art History courses. Works will be juried by Chantel Paul\, Director of the SDSU Downtown Gallery for a monetary prize.  SUMMARY:Annual Student Exhibition Reception END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71432 DTSTART:20190411T160000 DTEND:20190411 LOCATION:Warren Hall 131 DESCRIPTION:Psychological Sciences' Legacy of Behavioral Neuroscience at USD: Celebration of the Career of Professor Emeritus Dan Moriarty Dan Moriarty\, PhD\, devoted 44 years of service to USD. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Louisiana State University in New Orleans (now University of New Orleans)\, and his Master in Science and Doctor of Philosophy in animal behavior – Conditioning and Learning from Tulane University\, prior to joining USD’s Department of Psychology (now Department of Psychological Sciences) in 1973. Dr. Moriarty and his students conducted research in the area of comparative biological psychology. During his teaching career he taught courses in animal behavior and learning\, research methods\, statistics\, evolutionary psychology\, and behavioral genetics. He also served as director and animal behaviorist at the California Wolf Center\, where he was involved in research with\, and management and breeding of\, captive wolves\, including the highly endangered Mexican Gray Wolf. Dr. Moriarty's research has included studies of predator defense behavior\, irrelevant drive effects\, partial reinforcement and reward contrast effects\, and conditioned taste aversion. SUMMARY:Emeritus Professor Dan Moriarty Keynote Address: Alice in Wonderland\, Psychology in the Biological Sciences END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71254 DTSTART:20190411T170000 DTEND:20190411T210000 LOCATION:Spreckels Organ Pavillion\, Balboa Park DESCRIPTION:Join nine college and university bands from around the county for a full evening of eclectic band music at Balboa Park’s historic Spreckels Organ Pavilion. 2125 Pan American Rd E San Diego\, CA 92101 Free admission. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:USD Wind Ensemble Presents: College Band Night END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71471 DTSTART:20190412T083000 DTEND:20190414T170000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall DESCRIPTION:This conference on April 12-14 will explore the complex experience of women and those who seek to understand the realities of women's lives and gender dynamics in the organizations and social systems. Working with different racial-cultural identities\, attendees will explore themes such as assumptions\, biases\, boundaries\, as it relates to our own power and authority. This unique experience will challenge you to grow and consider your place and impact in the world.  SUMMARY:Women's Lives- Authority\, Complexity\, Intersectionality: A Group Relations Conference END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71437 DTSTART:20190412T120000 DTEND:20190412T140000 LOCATION:Camino Hall 48 Senior Studios DESCRIPTION:Open Studios / Traffic / Lab Crawl Open Studios is a collection of work made by students enrolled in DAA+AH classes in Spring 2019. Features displays of projects from classes including: Drawing\, Painting\, Printmaking\, Photography\, and Architecture Studio. Visit the Senior Studios in Camino Hall 48 for snacks and a map of all locations.  Traffic is a curatorial and design team lead by Shannon Starkey. The team includes: Jana Hunter\, Alyssa Gehb\, Liz Rickey\, Amelia Henry\, Peter Walhout\, Danny Reiling\, Ashton Streit\, Blake Cronin\, Ryan Osbourne\, Jordan Levine\, Kat Graney\, Kennedy Marr\, Bailey Blakenship\, and Jacob Marshall. This year's project includes the redesign of a micro-gallery and the fabrication of a new pergola and seating area.  SUMMARY:DAA+AH Open Studios / Traffic / Lab Crawl END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71428 DTSTART:20190412T160000 DTEND:20190412T180000 LOCATION:Sacred Heart Hall Visual Arts Gallery DESCRIPTION:Senior Visual Arts Exhibition April 8 - 19 / Visual Arts Gallery Reception: April 12\, from 4 to 6 p.m. An exhibition of Visual Art Thesis Students whose work covers a range of media and subject matter. This exhibition will include work by Miles Bijsterbosch\, Will Crisp\, Alyssa Gehb\, Isabel Gonzalez\, Nina Montejano\, Auburn Reed\, Zach Telles\, J.E. Walker\, and Yuke Zhou.  Works will be juried for monetary prizes by Chantel Paul\, Director of the SDSU Downtown Gallery.  SUMMARY:Senior Visual Arts Exhibition Reception END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71430 DTSTART:20190412T200000 DTEND:20190412T211500 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice KIPJ Theatre DESCRIPTION:The ASIANetwork Conference keynote address is given by Richard Madsen\, PhD\, distinguished professor of sociology at the University of California\, San Diego. He was co-director of a Ford Foun­dation project to help revive the academic discipline of sociology in China. He also served as provost of Eleanor Roosevelt College\, the mission of which is to provide a liberal education that will produce global citizens.   The 2019 ASIANetwork Conference theme focuses on integrating\, enhancing\, and engaging Asia-related topics in undergraduate curricula. What are the various methods–coursework\, study abroad\, community engagement\, research\, internships\, etc.–that have been used to enhance knowledge and understanding of Asia in different disciplinary contexts? What kinds of interdisciplinary and collaborative approaches have been used to enhance Asia-related themes and Asian Studies?   This event is co-sponsored in part by the Humanities Center. SUMMARY:ASIANetwork Conference Keynote Address: "Creating Global Citizens through Encounters with Asia" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70665 DTSTART:20190413T090000 DTEND:20190413T100000 LOCATION:Barcelona 222 DESCRIPTION:Graduates of USD's ABA-Approved Paralegal Program go on to a dynamic and exciting profession demonstrating relevant skills and becoming valuable members of legal teams in law firms\, banks\, corporations\, government agencies\, and more. If you are thinking about starting a career in law\, attend a virtual info session with our dedicated Paralegal Program staff to learn more about the profession and our ABA-approved certificate – all from the convenience of your mobile device! RSVP at sandiego.edu/pce/paralegal/contact SUMMARY:USD Paralegal Information Session – Free! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68751 DTSTART:20190413T100000 DTEND:20190413 LOCATION:Rancho Bernardo Inn 17550 Bernardo Oaks Drive San Diego\, CA 92128 DESCRIPTION: The USD Golf Law Society invites you to its Seventh Annual Golf Tournament at the Rancho Bernardo Inn. This event is open to all USD law students\, alumni and faculty. It is also open to non-USD participants. It is a great opportunity for members of the USD law community to connect and network while taking a relaxing break from work and school. The tournament is set up as a Four-Person Scramble with a mix of students\, faculty and alumni. Following the tournament will be a dinner reception with awards\, networking\, and an auction to benefit the Golf Law Society. We welcome golfers of all experience levels to participate and take advantage of one of the most entertaining networking opportunities of the year. SUMMARY:USD Law Golf Law Society Golf Tournament with Alumni\, Students and Faculty END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71037 DTSTART:20190413T163000 DTEND:20190413T173000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Peace and Justice Theatre DESCRIPTION: Panel Discussion: Janice Glowski and Chaya Chandrasekhar\, Co-Curators Saturday\, April 134:30-5:30 p.m.Peace and Justice Theatre\, Kroc Institute for Peace and JusticeReception to follow in the Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Rotunda   On Being Gandhi: The Art and Politics of SeeingApril 1 – May 10\, 2019Fine Art Galleries\, Kroc Institute for Peace and JusticeFeaturing work by Shivaraju B.S.\, a photographer from Bangalore\, India best known by his nickname “Cop Shiva\,” this display includes images from his most celebrated series\, On Being Gandhi.These photographs document the performances of a local village schoolteacher\, Byagadehalli Basavaraju\, as he routinely impersonates Mahatma Gandhi. This exhibition was curated by the Frank Museum of Art at Otterbein University and is being presented on USD’s campus in conjunction with the ASIANetwork conference. SUMMARY:Panel Discussion: On Being Gandhi END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71073 DTSTART:20190416T160000 DTEND:20190416T170000 LOCATION:Online Session - Register for login info DESCRIPTION:Please join us for an information session hosted by the One Stop Center and SOLES Ambassadors. During the webinar\, we will answer your questions and share information about:  Common registration holds Course search and registration Student accounts Blackboard Ordering books Parking tips Library Student ID's Graduate commons area Campus dining Student organizations Living in San Diego SUMMARY:SOLES Newly Admitted Student Webinar END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70083 DTSTART:20190416T180000 DTEND:20190416T193000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall Warren Auditorium DESCRIPTION:Can Computers Create Meaning?: A Cyber/Bio/Semiotic Perspective A world-renowned scholar and pioneering figure in the Digital Humanities\, Dr. N. Katherine Hayles is James B. Duke Professor Emerita of Literature at Duke University and Distinguished Research Professor at UCLA. She has published a wide array of influential texts that draw together contemporary literary theory and scientific models as a way to delve into the relations of literature\, science\, and technology in the 20th and 21st centuries. Her theorization of the posthuman subject\, "embodiment\," digital and electronic literature\, and cybernetics in particular has garnered wide critical acclaim. Her major publications include Writing Machines (2002)\, My Mother Was a Computer: Digital Subjects and Literary Texts (2005)\, Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary (2008)\, How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis  (2012)\, and\, most recently\, Unthought: The Power of the Cognitive Nonconscious (2017). She is also the recipient of the prestigious René Wellek Prize for Best Book in Literary Theory (How We Became Posthuman [1999]) as well as the Susanne K. Langer Award for Outstanding Scholarship (Writing Machines [2002]). SUMMARY:Joanne T. Dempsey Memorial Lecture: N. Katherine Hayles - Can Computers Create Meaning? END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71221 DTSTART:20190417T090000 DTEND:20190417T120000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre DESCRIPTION:The focus for the Institute for Civil Civic Engagement's 2019 Conference is Restoring Civic Literacy: Revitalizing Civic Education across our Community. The conference will convene educational and civic leaders from across our region and state to discuss current best practices and strategies to improve Civic education and literacy for students and across our broader community. Democracies can die in an age of post-truth. This conference is a broad call to action to restore truth\, factions and knowledge to our public discourse. Keynote Speaker Tani Cantil-Sakauye\, Chief Justice of California\, has been a leading voice and advocate for robust civic eduation across the State of California. Knowing that the "strength of our democratic institutions relies on the public’s understanding of those institutions\," Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye has been a driving force in the Power of Democracy campaign\, an initiative supported by statewide partners to help revitalize democracy and promote access to justice in California. “The Critical Role of Civic Education in Sustaining Democracy" SUMMARY:ICCE's 8th Annual Restoring Respect Conference: Restoring Civic Literacy END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70666 DTSTART:20190417T180000 DTEND:20190417T190000 LOCATION:Barcelona 222 DESCRIPTION:Graduates of USD's ABA-Approved Paralegal Program go on to a dynamic and exciting profession demonstrating relevant skills and becoming valuable members of legal teams in law firms\, banks\, corporations\, government agencies\, and more. If you are thinking about starting a career in law\, attend a virtual info session with our dedicated Paralegal Program staff to learn more about the profession and our ABA-approved certificate – all from the convenience of your mobile device! RSVP at sandiego.edu/pce/paralegal/contact SUMMARY:USD Paralegal Information Session – Free! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:65797 DTSTART:20190418T173000 DTEND:20190418T193000 LOCATION:CoStar Group Offices\, 8910 University Center Lane #300\, San Diego\, CA 92122 DESCRIPTION:Our second year with this fantastic event! A unique opportunity for the real estate alumni groups from three amazing schools to get together and network. We are excited to bring together SDSU\, UCSD and USD and their real estate alumni organizations to meet each other and network as we work to build an even stronger real estate community in San Diego. Light appetizers and drinks will be served. For questions\, please contact your university representative listed below: USD contact: joebertocchini@sandiego.edu SDSU contact: bascom@scc1031.com UCSD contact: ekirk@ucsd.edu. SUMMARY:San Diego's Real Estate Alumni Collab (SDSU\, UCSD\, USD) END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70741 DTSTART:20190422T180000 DTEND:20190422 LOCATION:Camino Hall Architecture Pavilion DESCRIPTION:Aglaya Glebova\, PhD\, is an assistant professor in the departments of Art History and Film & Media Studies at the University of California\, Irvine. A specialist in modernism\, Soviet art and photography\, she is currently completing a monograph on the photography of Aleksandr Rodchenko during early Stalinism. Parts of this manuscript have been and will be published in Representations and Art History. Dr. Glebova’s work has been supported by the American Academy in Berlin\, the Canadian Center for Architecture\, the Dedalus Foundation and the ACLS\, among others. In Fall 2019\, she will join the Department of Art History at Yale University as an assistant professor in modern art. SUMMARY:Art + Architecture Lecture Series: Aglaya Glebova END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70946 DTSTART:20190423T173000 DTEND:20190423T193000 LOCATION:Degheri Alumni Center 4/23: Room 112/113\, 5/6: Board Room DESCRIPTION:Chinese Catholics: Past Achievements\, Present Concerns and Future Challenges Presenting: Victor Carmona\, Theology and Religious Studies\, Diana Chen\, General Engineering\, Maureen Day\, Franciscan School of Theology\, Kate DeConinck\, Theology and Religious Studies\, Lisa Nunn\, Sociology\, Atreyee Phukan\, English\, and Mike Williams\, Political Science and International Relations\, and Changemaker Hub. SUMMARY:Faculty Travel Immersion Seminar Presentations: China END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71345 DTSTART:20190423T180000 DTEND:20190423T213000 LOCATION:UC San Diego: Price Center West\, Earl Warren Room DESCRIPTION:LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a sustainability scorecard for green buildings. The more sustainable the building is\, the higher the level of certication it can achieve. The LEED rating systems are based on points\, which can be earned by meeting specific credit requirements in six different categories. Highlighting the six areas for improved environmental performance\, LEED emphasizes a holistic approach to sustainable building. The LEED Green Associate is the best professional designation to show employers and clients that you have certified knowledge in the field. Course includes: 400 realistic practice exam questions (updated to LEED V4)\, class recordings and on-demand assistance from our LEED AP+ Staff\, comprehensive study guide designed to prepare you for exam success\, and in-class instruction involving LEED overview and detailed exam preparation including tips for exam registration. -Perfect for all levels of study/experience -10\,000 Past participants -100% Passing rate when following our 3-step study process $200 for full time students and $300 for non-students (Comparable courses start at $700) SUMMARY:LEED Green Associate Training END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70805 DTSTART:20190425T123000 DTEND:20190425T140500 LOCATION:Hahn University Center Forums ABC DESCRIPTION:While in a Transfer Learning Community (TLC)\, students will take a course led by an esteemed member of the faculty\, learning the importance of connection both in the classroom and beyond. Being in a TLC helps ease students' academic and social transition to USD\, expand intellectual curiosity beyond the classroom\, and establish an immediate sense of community with faculty and fellow transfer students. Throughout the semester\, students have learned to integrate knowledge across disciplines and make connections to the TLC theme\, Engage. At the TLC Showcase\, students will have the opportunity to present their final projects\, showcasing their knowledge of integration. SUMMARY:TLC Integration Showcase END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71195 DTSTART:20190425T173000 DTEND:20190425T193000 LOCATION:Founders Hall Foyer and Courtyard DESCRIPTION:Prints & Pinot is fine art and wine appreciation at its most fun. We will be pairing delicious wine with USD’s impressive print collection for an evening of interactive art\, opinionated gallery tours\, and other forms of playful connoisseurship.Pinot Noir and Pinot Grigio wines are on the tasting menu for those twenty-one and older. Light hors d'oeuvres will be served.Space is limited. Free to attend.  SUMMARY:Prints & Pinot END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70213 DTSTART:20190425T193000 DTEND:20190425T210000 LOCATION:Shiley Theater at Camino Hall DESCRIPTION:On his debut recital at USD\, Dr. Nestor will present new and recent works for percussion. He will be joined by USD percussion students and other guest performers. For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Tickets are $10 general admission; $8 seniors\, USD faculty\, staff and alumni; and $5 students with ID. Tickets are available at www.usdmusic.eventbrite.com\, and remaining tickets will be sold at the door. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:Ryan Nestor: Faculty Percussion Recital END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70728 DTSTART:20190426T180000 DTEND:20190426T193000 LOCATION:Founders Hall French Parlor DESCRIPTION:Clarinetist Alice Gallagher and pianist Gema Ofelia Garcia Grijalva are joining forces for the first time this spring to bring you an exciting program of masterpieces for the clarinet and piano in an intimate setting. Works by J.S. Bach\, Robert Schumann\, Brahms\, Debussy\, and Lutoslawski. For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Tickets are $10 general admission; $8 seniors\, USD faculty\, staff and alumni; and $5 students with ID. Tickets are available at www.usdmusic.eventbrite.com\, and remaining tickets will be sold at the door. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:Clarinet and Piano Recital: Masterpieces END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71098 DTSTART:20190427T090000 DTEND:20190427T150000 LOCATION:Belanich Engineering Center (Loma Hall) DESCRIPTION:Offensive Security and Penetration Testing SUMMARY:Cyber Saturdays @ USD END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71336 DTSTART:20190427T110000 DTEND:20190427T170000 LOCATION:On Linda Vista Road Between Comstock and Ulric Street DESCRIPTION:USD students\, faculty\, staff\, alumni and families! Please join us on April 27 from 11 a.m. (parade start time) to 5 p.m. This free event showcases cultural exhibits\, food from around the world\, artistic performances and more. The theme this year is “Linda Vista: Celebrating Our Youth” and is intended to promote cultural awareness and understanding of the rich heritage that makes up Linda Vista. USD has a long history of involvement in this signature community event and this year is no exception. Cheer on USD NROTC\, USD Scholar-Athletes and Cheer Team in the parade.  Following the parade\, be sure to stay and enjoy the wide range of enteretainment provided on two stages.  Support USD units across campus as we come together and celebrate our neighborhood!     SUMMARY:34th Annual Linda Vista Multi-Cultural Fair and Parade END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70806 DTSTART:20190430T123000 DTEND:20190430T141000 LOCATION:Jenny Craig Pavilion DESCRIPTION:In Living Learning Communities (LLCs)\, students who share a common interest take classes together and live near one another\, sharing a supercharged college experience where academics meld with exciting co-curricular activities and community engagement. While in their LLC course\, First-Year students learn the importance of connection both in the classroom and beyond. Throughout the year they have learned to integrate knowledge across disciplines and make connections to their LLC theme. At the LLC Showcase\, students will have the opportunity to present their final projects\, showcasing their knowledge of integration. SUMMARY:LLC Integration Showcase END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70024 DTSTART:20190430T160000 DTEND:20190430T172000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:In Spring 2018\, the Humanities Center began a major and ambitious exploration of the three underlying concepts that constituted the foundation of USD at its inception: beauty\, goodness\, and truth. In the words of Mother Rosalie Hill\, “Beauty will attract them\, goodness will lead them\, but the truth will hold them.” Having examined the concepts of both beauty and goodness\, we complete the series with an investigation into the idea of truth\, approached from a range of perspectives and disciplines. Each session consists of three presentations by experts drawn from USD’s College of Arts and Sciences. At a time when the very idea of truth appears to be under attack\, this semester-long investigation takes on topical and urgent significance.     Discussions introduced by: Evan Crawford\, PhD | Department of Political Science and International Relations Del Dickson\, PhD | Department of Political Science and International Relations Kristin Moran\, PhD | Department of Communication Studies SUMMARY:Idea of Truth Series - "Truth Isn't Truth": Truth\, Lies\, and the Current Political Landscape END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70221 DTSTART:20190430T193000 DTEND:20190430T210000 LOCATION:Founders Hall French Parlor DESCRIPTION:Original works by student composers in the Department of Music\, performed by students\, faculty and guest artists.  For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Free admission. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:Student Composers Concert END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71448 DTSTART:20190501T173000 DTEND:20190501T190000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:You’re invited to attend a joint presentation of student final projects from the Interdisciplinary Humanities HUMN 495 class and the Keck Humanities Undergraduate Research Fellows independent study. Seniors in the Interdisciplinary Humanities Major will be presenting their final capstone projects. The Keck Humanities Undergraduate Research Fellows will present their year-long research projects.   SUMMARY:Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Presentations END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70667 DTSTART:20190501T180000 DTEND:20190501T190000 LOCATION:Barcelona 222 DESCRIPTION:Graduates of USD's ABA-Approved Paralegal Program go on to a dynamic and exciting profession demonstrating relevant skills and becoming valuable members of legal teams in law firms\, banks\, corporations\, government agencies\, and more. If you are thinking about starting a career in law\, attend a virtual info session with our dedicated Paralegal Program staff to learn more about the profession and our ABA-approved certificate – all from the convenience of your mobile device! RSVP at sandiego.edu/pce/paralegal/contact SUMMARY:USD Paralegal Information Session – Free! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71440 DTSTART:20190502 DTEND:20190502 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:The Johnson Family Foundation in collaboration with USD’s School of Leadership and Education Sciences (SOLES) and the Department of Learning and Teaching is offering an opportunity for local educators in San Diego County who wish to deepen their understanding of best teaching practices for supporting students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms and to become leaders in their own school communities.  Johnson Fellows will reflect on their teaching practices\, learn how cultural and social contexts influence students’ achievement and behavior\, and create support networks for colleagues. They will consider alternative and creative ways to teach and assess students and learn how to provide a more inclusive learning environment. SUMMARY:The 2019/2020 Johnson Fellows Program END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71370 DTSTART:20190502T121500 DTEND:20190502T141500 LOCATION:Camino Hall 108 DESCRIPTION:DeZell Lathon is a Theatre/Performing Arts major at USD who writes\, acts\, directs and runs his production company\, Deeply Rooted. SUMMARY:Black Bird\, a Documentary by DeZell Lathon END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70084 DTSTART:20190502T123000 DTEND:20190502T140000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:Are you a transcendentalist\, a realist or—like Walt Whitman—do you align the two? On the 200th anniversary of Whitman’s birth\, the Humanities Center invites students\, staff and faculty to an informal shared reading of the works of this American poet\, journalist and essayist. Whitman’s investment in the relationship between the poet and the wider world emerges powerfully in his work. Copies of his shorter poems and excerpts of longer works are provided for attendees to select and read aloud. SUMMARY:Walt Whitman Bicentennial Poetry Reading END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71036 DTSTART:20190502T170000 DTEND:20190502T180000 LOCATION:Serra Hall Humanities Center\, Serra Hall 200 DESCRIPTION: Voice Activated: Gallery Talk with Anthony Graham\, Assistant Curator\, MCASD Thursday\, May 25-6 p.m.Humanities Center Gallery\, Serra 200   Screenings 3: Joan JonasMarch 19 – May 17\, 2019Humanities Center Gallery\, Serra Hall In collaboration with MCASD\, the Humanities Center will present a classic work by Joan Jonas\, Double Lunar Dogs(1984). Based on Robert Heinlein’s science fiction story\, “Universe\,” this video reflects the artist’s interests in fragmented narrative and unique effects of her chosen media. Jonas was a pioneer of video art practice in the 1960s and 70s\, and today is considered one of the most influential artists of our time. The recipient of numerous honors\, Jonas was most recently named a 2018 Kyoto Prize Laureate by the Inamori Foundation.   Event is free and all are welcome to attend. SUMMARY:Gallery Talk: Anthony Graham END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71402 DTSTART:20190502T170000 DTEND:20190502T180000 LOCATION:Online Session - Register for login info DESCRIPTION:Please join us for an information session hosted by the One Stop Center and SOLES Ambassadors. During the webinar\, we will answer your questions and share information about:  Common registration holds Course search and registration Student accounts Blackboard Ordering books Parking tips Library Student ID's Graduate commons area Campus dining Student organizations Living in San Diego SUMMARY:SOLES Newly Admitted Student Webinar END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70222 DTSTART:20190502T193000 DTEND:20190502T210000 LOCATION:Shiley Theater at Camino Hall DESCRIPTION:End of semester performance by students of USD Chamber Music Ensembles and USD Strings\, directed by Department of Music faculty member\, Dr. Angela Yeung. For program updates\, please contact Dr. Yeung at ayeung@sandiego.edu. For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Tickets are $10 general admission; $8 seniors\, USD faculty\, staff and alumni; and $5 students with ID. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:USD Strings and Chamber Music END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70054 DTSTART:20190503T160000 DTEND:20190503T180000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Garden of the Sky and Theater DESCRIPTION:Come see what these student innovators have been working on for the past couple of months! USD Toreros will explain their ventures as they compete to advance to the Global Finals. All proposals have been crafted to address one or more of the UN's Social Development Goals. Students\, faculty\, and the public are welcome to attend and support the student presenters! Food will be provided. Please see additional criteria on www.sandiego.edu/global-innovation and email cpc@sandiego.edu with any questions.  SUMMARY:Global Social Innovation Challenge USD Showcase END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70967 DTSTART:20190504T081500 DTEND:20190504T170000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall DESCRIPTION:This is a critical time for women. We are tasked with being strong and vocal\, facing fears\, taking a stand\, and through it all\, maintaining the poised and collected manner in which we live our lives. We attempt to make great change in our communities and impact the world yet\, we are still expected to be strong mothers and wives. Not to mention finding some time for self-care and personal wellness. The women’s experience is a complex and dynamic one. The SHExperience will inspire and empower women from all walks of life to discover skills and strategies to live and lead more courageously\, making an impact in our lives and communities. We have a tremendous amount of power; the power to move things\, the power to disrupt\, and the power to drive change. Let’s tap into that power\, harness it\, build it\, and watch as the ripple effect takes place. Our time is NOW. SUMMARY:The SHExperience - Journey to Your Best Self END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70223 DTSTART:20190504T150000 DTEND:20190504T163000 LOCATION:Memorial Park\, Chula Vista DESCRIPTION:The final in a three-part series\, “Land\, Air and Sea\,” this concert combines music from USD and Hilltop High School at Memorial Park in Chula Vista to celebrate both the briny depths and Star Wars Day: May the 4th (...be with you). Selections include Grainger’s Spoon River and Richard Rodger’s score to Victory at Sea.  Free admission. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:USD Wind Ensemble Presents: Sea END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70007 DTSTART:20190506T180000 DTEND:20190506T190000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:Sleep and wake are fundamental behavioral states important for survival\, and universal in animals with sufficiently complex nervous systems. An essential aspect of sleep-wake behavior is the ability to rapidly transition from one state to another and persist in that state to engage in behaviors critical for survival and reproduction. In this talk\, Divya Sitaraman\, PhD\, explores if studies of genes\, neurons and circuits in simple animal models can illuminate how we balance rest and activity and engage in different behaviors in an unpredictable world. Sitaraman is an assistant professor of psychological sciences. Reception to follow. SUMMARY:Illume Speaker Series: Sleep\, Unpredictability and Behavioral Choice: You Are Not the Only One with Problems - Divya Sitaraman\, PhD END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70025 DTSTART:20190507T160000 DTEND:20190507T172000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:In Spring 2018\, the Humanities Center began a major and ambitious exploration of the three underlying concepts that constituted the foundation of USD at its inception: beauty\, goodness\, and truth. In the words of Mother Rosalie Hill\, “Beauty will attract them\, goodness will lead them\, but the truth will hold them.” Having examined the concepts of both beauty and goodness\, we complete the series with an investigation into the idea of truth\, approached from a range of perspectives and disciplines. Each session consists of three presentations by experts drawn from USD’s College of Arts and Sciences. At a time when the very idea of truth appears to be under attack\, this semester-long investigation takes on topical and urgent significance.     Discussions introduced by: Virginia Rodee | Retired Assistant Vice President for Mission and Ministry Mike Williams\, PhD | Department of Political Science and International Relations\, Director of the Changemaker Hub SUMMARY:Idea of Truth Series - Concluding Reflections on Beauty\, Goodness and Truth END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70011 DTSTART:20190508T163000 DTEND:20190508T173000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:More Human is a live storytelling event curated around different themes each month. Storytellers share meaningful experiences or challenges they've overcome\, each providing insight into the human condition. The event is cosponsored by the Humanities Center and Changemaker Hub\, and facilitated by the student-produced podcast\, There's More.  Tonight we will be exploring the concept of "the end." This monthly series takes place on the second Wednesday of each month. SUMMARY:More Human Series - "The End" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70224 DTSTART:20190509T123000 DTEND:20190509T133000 LOCATION:Shiley Theater at Camino Hall DESCRIPTION:USD Music students enrolled in individual lessons present selections from their semester work. For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Free admission. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:Student Recital END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71222 DTSTART:20190510T083000 DTEND:20190510T123000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall DESCRIPTION:Do you struggle to evaluate the impact of your work? This workshop series from the Caster Family Center for Nonprofit & Philanthropic Research will move you beyond the basics of program design and teach you skills and techniques for analyzing your data and communicating your impact. Experienced nonprofit evaluators will lead all sessions and provide personal support in a small group setting for a fraction of the cost of private consultation or third-party evaluation. SUMMARY:New Evaluating and Visualizing Impact Workshop Series! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70953 DTSTART:20190511T193000 DTEND:20190511T213000 LOCATION:Sacred Heart Hall Studio Theatre DESCRIPTION: The play is a very loose adaptation of Six Characters in Search of An Author by Luigi Pirandello. It is mostly inspired by the work of the Devising a Play Class*: the Fall of 2018 itself\, witnessing the Kavanaugh trials and our lived experiences of what or who is and isn't considered credible. This play and process will include conversations and explorations about sexual assult\, racism\, privilege\, power and embodiment. SUMMARY:credible END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70225 DTSTART:20190511T193000 DTEND:20190511T210000 LOCATION:Shiley Theater at Camino Hall DESCRIPTION:Join the USD Choral Scholars and Concert Choir for their final performance of the year\, featuring Reena Esmail's cantata This Love Between Us. This work is constructed around the idea of unity; its seven movements juxtapose the words of seven major religious traditions of India (Buddhism\, Sikhism\, Christianity\, Zoroastrianism\, Hinduism\, Jainism and Islam)\, and specifically how each of these traditions approaches the topic of unity\, of brotherhood and of being kind to one another.  For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Free admission. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:This Love Between Us: Spring Choral Concert END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70226 DTSTART:20190513T193000 DTEND:20190513T213000 LOCATION:Shiley Theater at Camino Hall DESCRIPTION:This concert features the Gamelan Ensemble\, performing music of Bali\, Indonesia and the Mariachi Ensemble. Tyler Yamin and David Harnish direct the Gamelan Ensemble and Serafín Paredes directs the Mariachi Ensemble. Both ensembles may include dance. For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Tickets are $10 general admission; $8 seniors\, USD faculty\, staff and alumni; and $5 students with ID. Tickets are available at www.usdmusic.eventbrite.com\, and remaining tickets will be sold at the door. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:Gamelan Ensemble and Mariachi Ensemble Concert END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70227 DTSTART:20190514T193000 DTEND:20190514T210000 LOCATION:Shiley Theater at Camino Hall DESCRIPTION:Students of the Digital Audio Composition course present original creative work including fixed media\, electro-acoustic and interactive performance works.  For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Free admission. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.    SUMMARY:Digital Audio Composition Concert END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70228 DTSTART:20190515T193000 DTEND:20190515T210000 LOCATION:Shiley Theater at Camino Hall DESCRIPTION:The Jazz Ensemble\, under the direction of Justin Grinnell\, will perform a variety of old and new standards with swing\, bossa and funk grooves. For off-campus guests\, please view the parking information. Tickets are $12 general admission; $10 seniors\, USD faculty\, staff and alumni; and $5 students with ID. Tickets are available at www.usdmusic.eventbrite.com\, and remaining tickets will be sold at the door. Seating is limited on a first-come\, first-served basis. For more information\, please call the Department of Music at (619) 260-2938. Sign up for the email newsletter and follow us on social media at bit.ly/usd-music.  SUMMARY:USD Jazz Ensemble END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70974 DTSTART:20190516 DTEND:20190516 LOCATION:Varies DESCRIPTION:The 29th Annual SANDAG Bike to Work Day is Thursday\, May 16\, 2019!Mark your calendars to join thousands of riders throughout the San Diego region as we GO by BIKE on the morning of Thursday\, May 16.Here are a few other key dates: Online registration for Bike to Work Day will open on March 1 and the early registration sweepstakes is back. Subscribe to the iCommute newsletter for the latest details. The t-shirt contest is back! Want to choose this year’s official Bike to Work Day t-shirt? Stay tuned to the iCommute Facebook page to vote for your favorite design starting February 25. For more information on Bike to Work Day 2019\, visit the Bike Month web page\, call 511 and say “iCommute\,” or email iCommute@sandag.org. SUMMARY:Bike to Work Day END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69641 DTSTART:20190518 DTEND:20190518 LOCATION:Admiral Baker Club House DESCRIPTION:The NAACP San Diego Branch would like you to join us in showing our gratitude to the military members past and present for their sacrifices for our country and their contributions to the San Diego community. SUMMARY:Military Appreciation Luncheon END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71364 DTSTART:20190518T090000 DTEND:20190518T150000 LOCATION:Belanich Engineering Center (Loma Hall) DESCRIPTION:Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Cybersecurity SUMMARY:Cyber Saturdays @ USD END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68307 DTSTART:20190526T140000 DTEND:20190526T160000 LOCATION:Jenny Craig Pavilion DESCRIPTION:Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! Reception will follow the ceremony on Torero Way. Click the More Information Link to discover all the information you need for the big day — from how to get your tickets to when to show up (and how to turn that tassel). SUMMARY:SMSE Commencement Ceremony END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71403 DTSTART:20190529T180000 DTEND:20190529T190000 LOCATION:Online Session - Register for login info DESCRIPTION:Please join us for an information session hosted by the One Stop Center and SOLES Ambassadors. During the webinar\, we will answer your questions and share information about:  Common registration holds Course search and registration Student accounts Blackboard Ordering books Parking tips Library Student ID's Graduate commons area Campus dining Student organizations Living in San Diego SUMMARY:SOLES Newly Admitted Student Webinar END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71404 DTSTART:20190618T160000 DTEND:20190618T170000 LOCATION:Online Session - Register for login info DESCRIPTION:Please join us for an information session hosted by the One Stop Center and SOLES Ambassadors. During the webinar\, we will answer your questions and share information about:  Common registration holds Course search and registration Student accounts Blackboard Ordering books Parking tips Library Student ID's Graduate commons area Campus dining Student organizations Living in San Diego SUMMARY:SOLES Newly Admitted Student Webinar END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71099 DTSTART:20190624T080000 DTEND:20190628T170000 LOCATION:Belanich Engineering Center (Loma Hall) DESCRIPTION:A cybersecurity academy of excellence beginner camp for high school students. SUMMARY:USD GenCyber 2019 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69216 DTSTART:20190707T090000 DTEND:20190708T170000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:The Women in Higher Education Leadership Summit's (WHELS) purpose is twofold: 1) to provide higher education leaders with the tools and education to meet the challenges that they face in their workplace\, 2) to address the issues specific to women and leadership and develop women's individual leadership capacity. The Women in Higher Education Leadership Summit ll (WHELS ll) will build upon the work and development of the first WHELS experience. Participants will revisit and continue to build upon their leadership development plan while expanding their capacity for advanced leadership. This year\, we will work with the theme "Conscious Decisions in Chaotic Times" and examine the chaos that finds itself in higher education. We will attempt to understand the depth of the issues within higher education\, with a willingness to go beyond the quick fixes and generate ideas for how to 'hold steady\,' have meaningful conversations\, and build tolerance for tension and complexity. SUMMARY:Women in Higher Education Leadership Summit (WHELS II) END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71129 DTSTART:20190728T120000 DTEND:20190730T160000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall Atrium DESCRIPTION:Join us for the first annual conference of EDInnovateLive 2019! Get inspired by engaging keynote speakers representing leading changemakers\, researchers and thought leaders; participate in informative breakout sessions and our Ignite Talks; experience hands-on interactive workshops and explore new learning technologies in our innovation zone! Co-sponsored by the Jacobs Institute for Innovation in Education\, School of Leadership and Education Sciences\, and the San Diego County Office of Education. KEYNOTE: SIR KEN ROBINSON SUMMARY:Sir Ken Robinson at EDInnovateLive 2019! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69214 DTSTART:20190811T090000 DTEND:20190814T170000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:The Women in Higher Education Leadership Summit's (WHELS) purpose is twofold: 1) to provide higher education leaders with the tools and education to meet the challenges that they face in their workplace\, 2) to address the issues specific to women and leadership and develop women's individual leadership capacity.   Women in higher education face an array of challenges given the recent economic downturn-including maintaining high-level programs in the wake of continued budget cuts\, motivating and connecting with today's generation of students\, balancing the demands of work life and home life\, and finding time for continued personal and professional development. Address these issues and raise your leadership capacity in this four-day\, intensive leadership summit. SUMMARY:Women in Higher Education Leadership Summit (WHELS I) END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70589 DTSTART:20191023T150000 DTEND:20191023T180000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre and Rotunda DESCRIPTION:Save the date for the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's next installment of its BMC Dialogue Series on Oct. 23\, 2019. The BMC Dialogue Series\, formerly known as the Women in Real Estate Conference\, attracts more than 200 real estate professionals (women and men) and highlights important topics facing women in real estate. Stay tuned for speakers and topics. For questions or sponsorship opportunities\, please contact Diane Ice\, events and committees manager\, at (619) 260-2379. SUMMARY:Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's BMC Dialogue Series END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70586 DTSTART:20191205T070000 DTEND:20191205T100000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre and Rotunda DESCRIPTION:Save the date for the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's 19th Annual Residential Real Estate Conference: Outlook 2020 on Dec. 5\, 2019. This event features highly regarded industry principals who will share their real estate predictions and the rationale for their expectations. More than 200 residential real estate professionals attend this event. Stay tuned for details on speakers and topics.  For questions or sponsorship opportunities\, contact Diane Ice\, events and committees manager\, at (619) 260-2379.  SUMMARY:Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's 19th Annual Residential Real Estate Conference: Outlook 2020 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR