BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//ZContent.net//Zap Calendar 1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69786 DTSTART:20181120T190000 DTEND:20181120 LOCATION:Jenny Craig Pavilion DESCRIPTION:Come support the Toreros as they host Pac-12 Conference foe\, Colorado\, on Tuesday night at the Jenny Craig Pavilion. San Diego defeated the Buffaloes in Boulder\, Colo.\, last season\, 69-59\, for their best start in program history. The matchup is part of a challenging nonconference schedule that will test a talented USD team early and often this season. SUMMARY:Men's Basketball Hosts Colorado END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69787 DTSTART:20181123T140000 DTEND:20181123T180000 LOCATION:Jenny Craig Pavilion DESCRIPTION:Staying on campus or in San Diego for the holiday weekend? USD women’s basketball will host the University of San Diego Thanksgiving Tournament on Friday and Saturday at the Jenny Craig Pavilion. San Diego will be joined by Cal\, Tulane and Cleveland State for round-robin tournament. Friday\, 11/23: 2 p.m. – San Diego vs. Cleveland State 4 p.m. – California vs. Tulane   Saturday\, 11/24: 2 p.m. – Tulane vs. Cleveland State 4 p.m. – San Diego vs. California SUMMARY:Women’s Basketball Hosts Thanksgiving Tournament END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69534 DTSTART:20181126T163000 DTEND:20181126T193000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice IPJ Theater DESCRIPTION:Emerging technologies such as blockchain\, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things are rapidly transforming business practices\, consumer products and our daily lives. Panelists will examine whether these new technologies will offer new paths to improved cybersecurity\, present vastly greater risks\, or both. A variety of industry panelists will share their expertise and views about these emerging technologies and how best to prepare for a future in cybersecurity that will involve many of these technologies. SUMMARY:CCSET Cyber Fall Mixer - Emerging Technology and Cybersecurity END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68593 DTSTART:20181127T100000 DTEND:20181127T113000 LOCATION:Degheri Alumni Center 120 DESCRIPTION:In December 1846\, the largest battle of the Mexican-American War in California occurred just north of Old Town\, in the San Pasqual Valley near today’s San Diego Zoo Safari Park. American and Mexican forces struggled for control of Alta California and the battle paved the way to eventual Mexican surrender near Los Angeles a month later. In this talk\, the Department of History’s Dr. David Miller will explore the ways in which the people and places of San Diego placed it at the crossroads of the story of American western expansion and war. SUMMARY:Bridges Academy: ¡Guerra! The People and Places of the Mexican-American War in San Diego END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68050 DTSTART:20181127T160000 DTEND:20181127T172000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:In the words of Mother Rosalie Hill\, “Beauty will attract them\, goodness will lead them but the truth will hold them.” Having completed our examination of the concept of beauty\, we turn this semester to an investigation into “The Idea of Goodness”\, approached from a range of perspectives and disciplines.   Discussion to introduced by: Lisa Baird\, PhD\, professor of biology David De Haan\, PhD\, professor of chemistry and biochemistry Sarah Gray\, PhD\, professor of environmental and ocean sciences         SUMMARY:The Idea of Goodness Series: What can the Sciences tell us about Goodness? END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69659 DTSTART:20181127T190000 DTEND:20181127T210000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre DESCRIPTION:An extraordinary behind-the-scenes look at the events that led to the creation of the Freedom Writers in the aftermath of the LA uprising over 25 years ago. This powerful film will take us through the incredible transformation of the students of Room 203 at Wilson High School in Long Beach\, Calif. They came together to overcome racial hatred\, stereotypes and gang violence by becoming writers of their own stories of hope and social change. SUMMARY:Freedom Writers: Stories from an Undeclared War END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68058 DTSTART:20181128T170000 DTEND:20181128T183000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:Lt. Ben Kelso is a high-ranking member of the SDPD\, President of the San Diego Black Police Officers Association and an executive committee member of the NAACP.  In interview format\, we will discuss the evolution of law enforcement\, community engagement\, issues of race and class and the future of law enforcement.   Lieutenant Ben Kelso\, Faculty\, MS Law Enforcement Leadership Program\, Professional & Continuing Education SUMMARY:An Evening with the President of the San Diego Black Police Officers Association END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69677 DTSTART:20181129T110000 DTEND:20181129T123000 LOCATION:Online Webinar DESCRIPTION:Join the Kroc School for an interactive Open House Webinar. Learn about the unique opportunities found at the Kroc School. This is an opportunity to engage with staff and MAPJ alum while asking your burning questions about the application process\, the classroom experience and life in San Diego. We hope you can join us! RSVP Join from PC\, Mac\, Linux\, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/409000577 (You will be prompted to download the appropriate application).Note: This webinar will be recorded and will be available to those who cannot participate in real time.  Unable to attend? No problem\, to learn more about the Kroc School programs visit our website or contact Miranda Williamson mirandawilliamson@sandiego.edu to set-up an informational session. SUMMARY:Master of Arts in Peace and Justice Virtual Open House END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68030 DTSTART:20181129T160000 DTEND:20181129T173000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:The year 1818 saw the birth of two foundational thinkers: Frederick Douglass and Karl Marx. Abolitionist and social reformer Frederick Douglass writes in 1864 that "the moral growth of a great nation requires reflection\, as well as observation" in response to discriminatory racial policies that he seeks to dismantle. Similarly\, Karl Marx finds his task in 1843 to be the "ruthless criticism of all that exists" as a means to social\, economic\, and political reform. Faculty panels on these extraordinary theorists examine their lasting influence.   Tonight’s discussion on Karl Marx will be presented by: Tom Reifer\, PhD | Chair and Professor\, Sociology Michael Gonzalez\, PhD | Professor\, History and Director\, History Graduate Program Yi Sun\, PhD | Professor\, History and Director\, Asian Studies Program SUMMARY:Frederick Douglass and Karl Marx: 200 Years of Influence (1818-2018) END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69794 DTSTART:20181129T160000 DTEND:20181129T180000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre and Rotunda DESCRIPTION:Local Advocates for Global Impact links students and community members to San Diego area leaders with the purpose of demonstrating the connection to the international community. It provides perspective\, initial training\, and networking that enables professional exposure\, skills development\, and the drive to progress\, from local to global. SUMMARY:Local Advocates for Global Impact: Workshop\, Panel\, Networking END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69316 DTSTART:20181129T170000 DTEND:20181129T180000 LOCATION:Founders Hall Hoehn Family Galleries DESCRIPTION:D. Y. Cameron: Mystic Beauty and Sacred Space Voice-Activated: Curator’s Talk with John Murphy Thursday\, November 29th 5:00 – 6:00pm Hoehn Family Galleries\, Founders Hall SUMMARY:Voice Activated: D. Y. Cameron\, Mystic Beauty and Sacred Space END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69184 DTSTART:20181129T173000 DTEND:20181129T183000 LOCATION:Webinar DESCRIPTION:Join us for this special webinar hosted by Dr. Cheryl Getz\, Associate Professor and Director of the Leadership Studies Minor.  We will share important information about the MA in Higher Education Leadership program\, including our:  Blend of academic theory with hands-on practice Invaluable internship experiences Commitment to equity and social justice  Unique international experience requirement  All event attendees will receive an application fee waiver as a thank you for attending. SUMMARY:MA in Higher Education Leadership Program Overview END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69017 DTSTART:20181130T120000 DTEND:20181130T150000 LOCATION:California Endowment\, 1414 K Street\, Suite 500\, Sacramento CA DESCRIPTION:Background/General Information The Children's Advocates Roundtable\, established in 1990\, is an affiliation of over 300 statewide and regional children's policy organizations\, representing over twenty issue disciplines (e.g.\, child abuse prevention\, child care\, education\, poverty\, housing\, juvenile justice). The Roundtable is convened by the Children's Advocacy Institute\, and is committed to providing a setting where statewide and locally-based children's advocates gather with advocates from other children's issue disciplines to share resources\, information\, and knowledge\, and strategize on behalf of children; an opportunity to educate each other about the variety of issues and legislation that affect children and youth — facilitating prioritization of issues and minimizing infighting over limited state resources historically budgeted for children's programs; an opportunity to collaborate on joint projects that promote the interests of children and families; and a setting to foster a children's political movement\, committed to ensuring that every child in California is economically secure\, gets a good education\, has access to health care\, and lives in a safe environment. SUMMARY:Children's Advocates Roundtable - The Implications of the 2018 Election for Children in California END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68900 DTSTART:20181130T193000 DTEND:20181130T213000 LOCATION:Founders Hall Founders Chapel DESCRIPTION:Annual Messiah Sing- and Play-Along\, conducted by USD Music faculty Dr. Angela Yeung\, with soloists USD Music faculty Renee Calvo\, soprano\, and Ronald Shaheen\, tenor\, and Andrew Garrett\, bass. Bring your own score or rent one ($5) at the door. Instrumentalists please contact Dr. Yeung for parts. Optional choir rehearsals beginning in late October. Contact Dr. Yeung at ayeung@sandiego.edu for details. Proceeds go towards Music Scholarships. SUMMARY:Annual Messiah Sing- and Play-Along END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69533 DTSTART:20181201T090000 DTEND:20181201T150000 LOCATION:Loma Hall BEC-113 DESCRIPTION:The process of protecting information by transforming it (encrypting it) into an unreadable format & then retransforming it to text; Cryptography is a key technology for achieving information security in communications\, computer systems\, electronic commerce\, and more. This workshop will provide students with a hands on experience to better understand Cryptography & Security in networks\, systems & information. SUMMARY:Cyber Saturdays @ USD Workshop - "Cryptography" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69394 DTSTART:20181204T120000 DTEND:20181204T140000 LOCATION:Various Locations\, San Diego CA DESCRIPTION:The Mid-Coast light rail extension will extend Trolley service from Old Town to University City\, serving nine new stations along the way. In Fall 2018\, MTS will develop a plan for adjusting bus services to better serve the new Trolley extension when it opens in 2021. The study area will be primarily include University City and surrounding communities\, Clairemont\, La Jolla\, Pacific Beach\, Linda Vista\, and Mission Beach. Open houses for the public to participate will be held later this fall. SUMMARY:Mid-Coast Trolley Extension Open House END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68052 DTSTART:20181204T160000 DTEND:20181204T172000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:In the words of Mother Rosalie Hill\, “Beauty will attract them\, goodness will lead them but the truth will hold them.” Having completed our examination of the concept of beauty\, we turn this semester to an investigation into “The Idea of Goodness”\, approached from a range of perspectives and disciplines.   Discussion to be introduced by: Brian R. Clack\, PhD\, professor of philosophy and director of the Humanities Center Michelle Gilmore-Grier\, PhD\, professor of philosophy Jesse Mills\, PhD\, associate professor of ethnic studies         SUMMARY:The Idea of Goodness Series: On the Very Idea of Goodness: Critical Voices END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69192 DTSTART:20181204T163000 DTEND:20181204T173000 LOCATION:Webinar DESCRIPTION:Join us for this special webinar about the nation's first doctoral program in leadership studies hosted by Kelly Metz-Matthews\, Doctoral Graduate Assistant and SOLES Ambassador.  We will share important information about the Ph.D. in Leadership Studies program\, including our:  Blend of academic theory with application to address leadership and organizational issues Invaluable qualitative and quantitative research techniques Areas of specialization\, including a customizable track  Unique international study experience  We will also help prepare for your the summer and fall 2019 deadline: December 15. All event attendees will receive an application fee waiver as a thank you for attending. SUMMARY:Ph.D. in Leadership Studies Program Overview END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69454 DTSTART:20181204T190000 DTEND:20181204T213000 LOCATION:Founders Hall Rigsby Language and Culture Commons\, Room 123 DESCRIPTION:Spring time in April and the last of the cherry blossoms are still in bloom. The usually aloof bookworm with no interest in others comes across a book in a hospital waiting room. Handwritten on the cover are the words: "Living with Dying." He soon discovers that it is a diary kept by his very popular and genuinely cheerful classmate\, Sakura Yamauchi\, who reveals to him that she is secretly suffering from a pancreatic illness and only has a limited time left. It is at this moment that she gains just one more person to share her secret. SUMMARY:Japanese Film: I Want to Eat Your Pancreas END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69678 DTSTART:20181205T110000 DTEND:20181205T123000 LOCATION:Online Webinar DESCRIPTION:Join the Kroc School for an interactive Open House Webinar. Learn about the unique opportunities found at the Kroc School. This is an opportunity to engage with staff and MASI alum while asking your burning questions about the application process\, the classroom experience and life in San Diego. We hope you can join us! RSVP Join from PC\, Mac\, Linux\, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/409000577 (You will be prompted to download the appropriate application). Note: This webinar will be recorded and will be available to those who cannot participate in real time.  Unable to attend? No problem\, to learn more about the Kroc School programs visit our website or contact Miranda Williamson mirandawilliamson@sandiego.edu to set-up an informational session. SUMMARY:Master of Arts in Social Innovation Virtual Open House END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68042 DTSTART:20181205T160000 DTEND:20181205T180000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:Black Mirror is among the most critically-acclaimed and thought-provoking shows on television\, regularly exploring the intersection of technology and the human condition. What happens when the things that make us human\, such as empathy\, memory\, mourning\, love\, fear and compassion\, merge with technology? Each session will include the screening of an episode and a panel discussion featuring faculty from across disciplines. We invite the community to come and engage in Reflections in the Black Mirror. Episode "White Christmas" SUMMARY:Reflections in the Black Mirror Series: Episode "White Christmas" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69668 DTSTART:20181205T163000 DTEND:20181205T220000 LOCATION:Student Life Pavilion Pavilion Dining DESCRIPTION:A USD Tradition not to be missed! Enjoy a Christmas dinner to celebrate the season with Torero friends. SUMMARY:Dinner at the North Pole END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68156 DTSTART:20181205T170000 DTEND:20181205 LOCATION:Copley Library Mother Rosalie Hill Reading Room DESCRIPTION:Patrick Jordan first met Dorothy Day in 1968 at the Catholic Worker house in New York City. He became managing editor of the Catholic Worker and served as managing editor of Commonweal. Jordan was a part of the New York Catholic Worker community for many years\, where he also met his wife\, Kathleen. His published books include Dorothy Day: Love in Action (2015)\, and Dorothy Day: Writings from Commonweal (2002). This lecture is in conjunction with "Love is the Measure: Photos of Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement" by Vivian Cherry. Photo exhibit\, Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice\, Fine Art Galleries\, October 11-December 14\, 2018. image:  SUMMARY:Patrick Jordan\, Dorothy Day Today: More Important Than Ever END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69243 DTSTART:20181205T180000 DTEND:20181205T210000 LOCATION:Fiber Alley Data Centers\, 8929 Complex Drive\, San Diego\, CA 92123 DESCRIPTION:All emerging companies can and should take basic steps to protect their intellectual property (IP). For many companies\, especially startups\, IP often represents an important component of a company’s value. Investors and acquirers are often interested in a company’s IP portfolio as an asset as important as real estate\, equipment or talent. In the Key Considerations Every Founder Should Understand About IP workshop\, Dr. Liz Bui will discuss IP strategies startups should support and align with the company business goals and objects and when to obtain IP counsel and how to manage counsel effectively.  Guest Speaker Liz Bui\, J.D.\, Ph.D.\, serves as Vice President & Intellectual Property Counsel. Dr. Bui oversees all matters related to intellectual property and its alignment with company business goals and concerns. Prior to joining ViaCyte\, Dr. Bui was with the law firm of DLA Piper\, where she focused on IP asset management and protection strategies. She began her law career as a technology specialist at the firm of Oppenheimer\, Wolff & Donnelly. Liz holds a M.S. & Ph.D. Anatomy & Cell Biology from the University of California\, Los Angeles and was a National Institutes of Health postdoctoral fellow at the University of California\, Irvine. AGENDA 5 p.m. — Doors open\, networking and light refreshments 6 p.m. — Discussion begins   For more information about San Diego Angel Conference (SDAC) 2019 SUMMARY:SDAC: Key Considerations Every Founder Should Understand About IP END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69744 DTSTART:20181205T180000 DTEND:20181205T190000 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 an info session with our dedicated Paralegal Program staff to learn more about the profession and our ABA-approved certificate. RSVP at sandiego.edu/pce/paralegal/contact SUMMARY:USD Paralegal Information Session – Free! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:67467 DTSTART:20181206T070000 DTEND:20181206T100000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre and Rotunda DESCRIPTION:The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate (BMC) will host its 18th Annual Residential Real Estate Conference: Outlook 2019 on Dec. 6. This event features highly regarded industry principals who will share their real estate predictions and the rationale for their expectations. More than 200 professionals attend this event. This year's featured speakers will include Norm Miller\, Hahn Chair of Real Estate Finance at the University of San Diego School of Business\, and Tim Sullivan\, managing principal of Meyers Research. Miller and Sullivan will provide national and local forecasts of residential markets. Sullivan will also moderate a panel following his presentation. The panel will discuss the many dynamics impacting the for sale and for rent residential markets. Panelists will include: Gary London\, senior principal of London Moeder Advisors; Norm Miller\, and Deborah Ruane\, president of Norwood Development Strategies. 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. SUMMARY:Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's 18th Annual Residential Real Estate Conference: Outlook 2019 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68390 DTSTART:20181207T143000 DTEND:20181207T170000 LOCATION:Loma Hall 1st Floor DESCRIPTION:Engineering senior students will present their preliminary work on Spring 2019 capstone projects.  SUMMARY:Engineering & Computing Expo END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69759 DTSTART:20181207T170000 DTEND:20181207T203000 LOCATION:Hahn University Center Forums DESCRIPTION:This annual event brings together the different talents\, traditions\, and cultures in the USD community. Everyone is invited to attend and see the talented performances from various students and organizations. SUMMARY:Multicultural Night END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69745 DTSTART:20181208T090000 DTEND:20181208T100000 LOCATION:Barcelona 222 DESCRIPTION:Last information session before the Spring 2019 application deadline! 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 an info session with our dedicated Paralegal Program staff to learn more about the profession and our ABA-approved certificate. RSVP at sandiego.edu/pce/paralegal/contact SUMMARY:USD Paralegal Information Session – Free! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69671 DTSTART:20181208T110000 DTEND:20181208T123000 LOCATION:Hahn University Center La Gran Terraza DESCRIPTION:Celebrate the season with a Holiday Tea and enjoy live music provided by USD Student Chamber Ensemble. SUMMARY:Holiday High Tea END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69695 DTSTART:20181208T190000 DTEND:20181208T220000 LOCATION:Balboa Park DESCRIPTION:TPB will be providing transportation to San Diego's 41st annual December Nights. It will feature light displays\, inspirational choirs\, bands and dancers\, amazing food and fun-filled attractions.  SUMMARY:December Nights END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:65416 DTSTART:20181208T193000 DTEND:20181208T204500 LOCATION:Founders Chapel DESCRIPTION:Lessons and Carols A Festival of Word and Song to Prepare for ChristmasSaturday\, December 8\, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.Sunday\, December 9\, 2018 at 2 p.m. SUMMARY:Lessons and Carols END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69769 DTSTART:20181209T163000 DTEND:20181209T210000 LOCATION:Varies University Centers Forums\, Torero Way & Immaculata DESCRIPTION:Come join us for the Virgen de Guadalupe Celebration on Sunday\, December 9. The evening will include dinner\, procession\, mass and play. Tickets available at the UC Ticket Office on Thursday\, November 29. Tickets required only for dinner.  SUMMARY:Virgen de Guadalupe Celebration END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69629 DTSTART:20181210T120000 DTEND:20181210T130000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre DESCRIPTION:DESCRIPTION USD's Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering and School of Leadership and Educations Sciences have partnered with sponsor Clarity Design to provide a rare glimpse into the inspirational journey of motivational speaker\, Dave Carey. As a Navy pilot during the Vietnam War\, Carey’s aircraft was destroyed over North Vietnam. He spent over five years as a P.O.W. in the infamous Hanoi Hilton. This experience taught him timeless lessons that have application in all of our lives. SUMMARY:Guest Speaker Dave Carey: Lessons for Life from a P.O.W.'s Experience END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68057 DTSTART:20181210T180000 DTEND:20181210T200000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall Warren Auditorium DESCRIPTION:Elizabeth Minnich is senior scholar for the Association of American Colleges & Universities and professor of moral philosophy at Queens College. In this lecture she will address themes in her recent\, critically-acclaimed book\, The Evil of Banality: On the Life and Death Importance of Thinking. In this work\, Minnich confronts the causes of such evils as genocide and deadly economic exploitation\, elaborating on the work of her teacher Hannah Arendt to argue that the necessary condition of evildoing is thoughtlessness. Minnich's work functions as an incisive treatment of the nature of evil\, an inspiring account of goodness\, and a clarion call for the importance of thinking well.   Reception to follow. SUMMARY:Illume/Special Guest - Elizabeth Minnich\, PhD: "The Evil of Banality: On the Life and Death Importance of Thinking" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69676 DTSTART:20181211T113000 DTEND:20181211T133000 LOCATION:Hahn University Center La Gran Terraza DESCRIPTION:Celebrate the Season with a Festive Buffet Lunch and Carolers! Please note: Only the holiday buffet is available on these days — a la carte menu is not available. SUMMARY:Holiday Lunch Buffet with Carolers END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68053 DTSTART:20181211T160000 DTEND:20181211T172000 LOCATION:Serra Hall 200\, Humanities Center DESCRIPTION:In the words of Mother Rosalie Hill\, “Beauty will attract them\, goodness will lead them but the truth will hold them.” Having completed our examination of the concept of beauty\, we turn this semester to an investigation into “The Idea of Goodness”\, approached from a range of perspectives and disciplines.   Discussion to be introduced by: Malachi Black\, PhD\, assistant professor of English And special guests   Reception to follow.         SUMMARY:The Idea of Goodness Series: The Language of Goodness END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68038 DTSTART:20181212T163000 DTEND:20181212T180000 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 co-sponsored by the Humanities Center and Changemaker Hub\, and facilitated by the student produced podcast There's More.  There's More collects diverse stories about how USD community members pursue a purpose-filled life by confronting humanity's urgent challenges. The series highlights USD's liberal arts tradition by exploring the human condition through the practice of changemaking. Tonight we will be exploring the concept of "present."   This monthly series takes place on the second Wednesday of each month. SUMMARY:More Human: There’s More Live Series - "Present" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68904 DTSTART:20181212T193000 DTEND:20181212T213000 LOCATION:Camino Hall Shiley Theatre DESCRIPTION:The USD Jazz Ensemble has been working hard all semester and is looking forward to presenting their End-of-the-Semester concert! The concert will feature vocalists\, saxophonists\, and guitarists over a rhythm section of piano\, bass\, and drums! Sometimes vocal\, sometimes instrumental\, the music will be a mix of old and new jazz standards whose swing\, bossa\, and funk grooves will make you move! SUMMARY:Jazz Ensemble END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69789 DTSTART:20181213T190000 DTEND:20181213T210000 LOCATION:Maher Hall Salomon Lecture Hall\, Room 240 DESCRIPTION:Come and join The Alcalá Review in celebrating the release of their latest issue on December 13\, 2018\, at 7 p.m. in Saloman Hall. The event will feature a reading by the English Department's own Professor Brad Melekian\, catered food\, and\, of course\, the opportunity to buy the journal. All are welcome. For more information visit alcalareview.org\, or email alcalareview@gmail.com. The Alcalá Review Publishing Party - Thursday\, December 13\, 7 p.m. to a soft 9 p.m. - Salomon Lecture Hall (located in Maher Hall\, Room 240) - Reading by Professor Brad Melekian\, as well as selections from the journal - Copies available for purchase for $10 The Alcalá Review is the premier literary journal of USD\, committed to fostering creative community by showcasing exceptional creative works by undergraduate students\, and through hosting a variety of literary events through USD’s English Department. A student-run organization founded in 2015\, The Alcalá Review is published semi-annually. Read more at their website: alcalareview.org.  SUMMARY:Alcalá Review Publishing Party END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68117 DTSTART:20181214 DTEND:20181214 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Fine Art Galleries DESCRIPTION:On View 12 October - 14 December 2018Fine Art GalleriesKroc Institute for Peace and Justice Related Events Opening Celebration Thursday\, October 11:Discussion with Kate and Martha Hennessy (Dorothy Day's granddaughters)5:30 – 6:30pmMother Rosalie Hill Reading Room\, Copley Library Opening Reception6:30 – 7:30pmGarden of the Sea\, Kroc Institute for Peace and JusticeLight refreshments and appetizers will be served. No reservations required. Tuesday\, November 6:Jeff Dietrich\, Los Angeles Catholic Worker5:00pm\, Copley Library\, Mother Rosalie Hill Reading Room Wednesday\, December 5:Patrick Jordan\, former managing editor Catholic Worker\, former managing editor Commonweal5:00pm\, Copley Library\, Mother Rosalie Hill Reading RoomTBDSusan Dietrich and Patty Burns-Lynch\, Philadelphia Catholic Worker   SUMMARY:Love is the Measure: Photos of Dorothy Day and Catholic Worker Movement by Vivian Cherry (from Oct. 11-Dec. 14) END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68417 DTSTART:20181214T183000 DTEND:20181214T210000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Garden of the Sea and Fine Art Gallery DESCRIPTION:Join us for the opening reception of the photo exhibit\, "Love is the Measure: Photos of Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement" at the Kroc School Garden of the Sea on October 11\, 2018. The Exhbit will run until December 14th in the Kroc School Fine Art Galleries. SUMMARY:Love is the Measure: Photos of Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement Exhibit END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68331 DTSTART:20190107T093000 DTEND:20190125T114500 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:Join USD’s University of the Third Age in 2019 as we bring together avid learners\, 55+ from a variety of backgrounds and industries. Attendees learn from some of San Diego's top leaders representing a variety of industries such as: business\, government\, military\, medicine\, health\, science\, technology\, arts\, literature\, religion and education. The presenters represent university administrators and faculty\, community leaders\, published scientists\, nonprofit executives\, military and government officials and C-Level Suite Leaders. All presenters are experts in their individual fields and highly regarded for their intellect and contributions to their respected disciplines. SUMMARY:University of the Third Age END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69746 DTSTART:20190110T110000 DTEND:20190110T120000 LOCATION:Online Webinar DESCRIPTION:Need help with your Master of Arts in Peace and Justice application to the Kroc School? Join us for our application support webinar where you'll be able to directly ask questions to the Kroc School admissions team. Join from PC\, Mac\, Linux\, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/326585685 (You will be prompted to download the appropriate application). Note: This webinar will be recorded and will be available to those who cannot participate in real time. SUMMARY:Master of Arts in Peace and Justice Application Support Webinar END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68011 DTSTART:20190113 DTEND:20190117 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall DESCRIPTION:Leaders must operate in increasingly complex and uncertain environments\, and they face issues that test values\, disrupt comfort levels and create significant tension. In this uniquely designed program\, leaders will develop their capacity for effective leadership. A central premise of the Practice of Conscious Leadership is that individuals have the ability to deepen their own awareness as a way to better understand strengths\, liabilities\, and places where they and their organizations get stuck. Participants will expand perspectives\, examine habits and patterns\, and develop expansive tools for the practice of effective leadership. Additionally\, participants will develop self-awareness\, personal clarity and the ability to understand and integrate individual\, group and community perspectives in order to mobilize others and address the complex social and organizational challenges they face. All participants will complete the Leadership Circle Profile 360º assessment and work with a high-level certified leadership coach.  SUMMARY:The Practice of Conscious Leadership END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68300 DTSTART:20190113T140000 DTEND:20190117T153000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:Leaders must operate in increasingly complex and uncertain environments\, and they face issues that test values\, disrupt comfort levels and create significant tension. In this uniquely designed program\, leaders will develop their capacity for effective leadership. A central premise of the Practice of Conscious Leadership is that individuals have the ability to deepen their own awareness as a way to better understand strengths\, liabilities\, and places where they and their organizations get stuck. Participants will expand perspectives\, examine habits and patterns\, and develop expansive tools for the practice of effective leadership. Additionally\, participants will develop self-awareness\, personal clarity and the ability to understand and integrate individual\, group and community perspectives in order to mobilize others and address the complex social and organizational challenges they face. All participants will complete the Leadership Circle Profile 360º assessment and work with a high-level certified leadership coach.    SUMMARY:The Practice of Conscious Leadership: An Advanced Master Class for Executives\, Directors and High-Level Managers END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68304 DTSTART:20190118T090000 DTEND:20190118T213000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall DESCRIPTION:This conference aims to engage in a process of inquiry designed to provide opportunities for learning how to: Work in the vividness of the moment Probe experiences\, interactions and behaviors as they emerge in order to uncover possible meanings\, patterns and connections that might otherwise remain hidden or be mislabeled and discounted Shift embedded “habits of mind” that de-sensitize us to realities not named or recognized within our existing framework(s) that foster powerlessness or alienation Recognize\, interpret and use the wisdom and insights that emerge in collective settings – even when facts are unclear and circumstances are changing Take risks of power and love by learning to "let go" of attachments to particular outcomes In order to cultivate the conditions for change – personal\, community\, organizational and planetary changes – that promote healing and affirm life Every facet of this conference is experiential and is purposely designed to promote dynamic interchange and shared learning among a group of diverse peers. The program doesn't teach answers to specific problems. Rather\, it provides a social "laboratory" for exploring the dynamics of power\, leadership\, authority\, change and transformation as they actually arise and unfold during the conference. Participants are exposed to a method of ‘reflection-in-action’ that utilizes both the intellect and emotions and can reveal profound truths. SUMMARY:Leadership for Change END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68298 DTSTART:20190124T080000 DTEND:20190125T170000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:The purpose of the Annual Nonprofit Governance Symposium is to highlight current best practices\, lessons learned from the field\, and trends in effective nonprofit and philanthropic board leadership\, as well as board recruitment and retention. The premise is that governing well is essential for strong nonprofits working efficiently and effectively to address critical needs in our communities.      SUMMARY:15th Annual Nonprofit Governance Symposium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69197 DTSTART:20190201 DTEND:20190201 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice DESCRIPTION:More information will be posted soon.  SUMMARY:Military Transition Conference END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69747 DTSTART:20190207T110000 DTEND:20190207T120000 LOCATION:Online Webinar DESCRIPTION:Need help with your Master of Arts in Social Innovation application to the Kroc School? Join us for our application support webinar where you'll be able to directly ask questions to the Kroc School admissions team. Join from PC\, Mac\, Linux\, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/140178840 (You will be prompted to download the appropriate application). Note: This webinar will be recorded and will be available to those who cannot participate in real time. SUMMARY:Master of Arts in Social Innovation Application Support Webinar END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69784 DTSTART:20190220T070000 DTEND:20190220T090000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre DESCRIPTION:Join us for a transformative session with renowned leadership author\, Ken Blanchard\, WD-40’s CEO and MS in Executive Leadership (MSEL) alumnus\, Garry Ridge\, and USD's Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Associate Professor of Accounting\, Barbara Lougee\, in a discussion about great leadership and how the MSEL program is transforming lives and improving organizations.  SUMMARY:Annual Executive Leadership Breakfast END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:67437 DTSTART:20190220T173000 DTEND:20190220T193000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre & Rotunda DESCRIPTION:USD School of Law is holding a reception and panel discussion in honor of Tinker v Des Moines - a 1969 landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that established students’ First Amendment free-speech rights in public schools. The case began in 1965\, when three Iowa public school students wore black armbands to school in silent protest against the Vietnam War. After being suspended by their principal\, the students sued. When their case reached the Supreme Court four years later\, the justices decided by a 7-2 majority that the First Amendment did apply to public school students. "It can hardly be argued\," Justice Abe Fortas wrote in the majority opinion\, "that either students or teachers shed their constitutional rights to freedom of speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate." SUMMARY:Bergman Memorial Lecture: Freedom of Speech in Schools-<em>Tinker v Des Moines</em> END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69734 DTSTART:20190221T160000 DTEND:20190221T200000 LOCATION:Hahn University Center DESCRIPTION:The Evening with Industry\, hosted by USD's Society of Women Engineers student chapter\, is an opportunity for students to network with a variety of companies with an interest in hiring engineers and computer scientists. The career fair will be followed by a formal dinner with keynote address presented by Katie Busch-Sorensen\, Global Senior Solutions Architect for Cubic Transportation Systems.  SUMMARY:Society of Women Engineers hosts "Evening with Industry" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68268 DTSTART:20190222T090000 DTEND:20190224T120000 LOCATION:Varies DESCRIPTION:Join us at USD’s 15th Annual Grandparents’ Weekend! This is a time to celebrate you — the grandparents and families of USD students. The weekend is filled with exciting activities including a family lunch\, a trip to the theatre\, a chartered city tour\, culinary demonstrations by USD chefs and so much more. The USD campus is a beautiful place to enjoy with your student. We look forward to seeing you! SUMMARY:15th Annual Grandparents Weekend END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:69250 DTSTART:20190226T180000 DTEND:20190226T200000 LOCATION:Fast Times DESCRIPTION: USD School of Law's student-run Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) is raising funds for the Loan Repayment Assistant Program (LRAP) which helps USD law graduates working in public interest law to pay off their student loan debt.  SUMMARY:Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) Trivia Night with Alumni END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68841 DTSTART:20190321T103000 DTEND:20190321T120000 LOCATION:Shiley Theater at Camino Hall DESCRIPTION:Meet Ms. Joan Jonas\, the 2018 Kyoto Prize Laureate in Arts and Philosophy.  An artist\, Jonas has pioneered new artistic expression by integrating performance art and new media\, remaining at the forefront of contemporary art for 50+ years.  Ms. Jonas created a new artistic form by integrating performance art and video art\, and has evolved her original medium at the forefront of contemporary art continuously. Creating labyrinth-like work that lead audiences to diverse interpretations\, she hands down the legacy of 1960s avant-garde art by developing it into a postmodern framework\, profoundly impacting artists of later generations.  SUMMARY:2019 Kyoto Prize Symposium Featuring Ms. Joan Jonas\, 2018 Kyoto Prize Laureate in Arts and Philosophy END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:68116 DTSTART:20190328T070000 DTEND:20190328T120000 LOCATION:Hilton San Diego Bayfront\, 1 Park Boulevard\, San Diego\, CA 92101 DESCRIPTION:Save the date for the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's (BMC) 23rd Annual Real Estate Conference. This event is our signature not-to-miss gathering of the "who’s who" in the real estate industry in San Diego. There is no other real estate conference in San Diego like it. The audience\, of high-level real estate and financial services professionals\, tops 600 annually. Further details and registration to come. For questions or sponsorship opportunities\, contact Diane Ice\, events and committees manager\, at (619) 260-2379. SUMMARY:Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's 23rd Annual Real Estate Conference 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: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: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: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 END:VCALENDAR