BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-// Calendar 1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH 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:72253 DTSTART:20190620T080000 DTEND:20190620T120000 LOCATION:Manchester Hall Manchester Auditorium DESCRIPTION:Summer 2019 session of the University of San Diego’s University of the Third Age runs from June 3-20\, 2019. Make sure to register – you won’t want to miss it! University of the Third Age is a mini-university program for students ages 55+\, held twice per year\, that brings together attendees interested in life-long learning to explore\, discuss and interact with experts across a variety of disciplines. For more information and to register online\, visit: SUMMARY:University of the Third Age (U3A) Summer Session 2019 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:72415 DTSTART:20190626T180000 DTEND:20190626T190000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall Executive Classroom 102 - Check in begins at 5:45 DESCRIPTION:Set yourself up for a lifetime of leadership and impact with a MA in Nonprofit Leadership and Management Please join Dr. Laura Deitrick\, Associate Director of The Nonprofit Institute and Professor of Practice\, on Wednesday\, June 26\, 2019. Dr. Deitrick will discuss how the program prepares leaders for nonprofit organizations\, growing opportunities for advancement\, philanthropy\, and social enterprise. The MA in Nonprofit Leadership and Management program was designed for working professionals with classes held in the evenings. All students will build a professional portfolio through a series of real-world consulting projects. Optional program tracks include Arts and Culture Leadership and Public Policy Advocacy.  Take the next step in your career! Applications for fall 2019 are being accepted on a rolling basis through August 1\, 2019.  All attendees are eligible to recieve a $45 application fee waiver as a thank you for attending.  SUMMARY:MA in Nonprofit Leadership and Management Information Session END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72380 DTSTART:20190627T160000 DTEND:20190627T173000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall Warren Auditorium\, MRH 116 DESCRIPTION:USD's Counseling & Marital and Family Therapy department invites you to an inspiring lecture by Dr. James L. Griffith about the "Hope Modules" and the mental health needs of refugees and asylum seekers. The lecture is free of charge. 1.5 CEs will be offered and refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by June 20th.   We hope you can join us. Click here to register!   SUMMARY:Instilling Hope: Mental Health Needs of Refugees & Asylum Seekers END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72418 DTSTART:20190628T083000 DTEND:20190628T160000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall DESCRIPTION:SAVE THE DATECHARACTER EDUCATION CONFERENCE CHARACTER MATTERS: Lessons for Your Classroom DATE: Friday\, June 28\, 2019   TIME:  8:30am–3:00 pm LOCATION: School of Leadership and Education Sciences (SOLES)\, Mother Rosalie Hill Hall (MRH)\, University of San Diego Campus Hosted by the Character Education Resource Center                        3 Keynote Speakers  Leading With Purpose Through Authentic Relationship - Neville Billimoria\, Senior Vice President and Chief Advocacy Officer\,Mission Federal Credit Union Multidisciplinary Approaches: Civics\, Civility and Active Engagement - Dr. Fran Chadwick\, Project Director for Literacy and the Law: MockTrials to Meet the Common Core The Mythic Journey of Huck & Miguel - Tim DeRoche. Author\, consultant\, recently featured on CBS Sunday Morning 2 Workshops Why the Brain Likes Character Education - Bobbi Hansen\, Ed.D.\, Associate Professor\, University of San Diego  Which texts work as windows and mirrors for yourstudents? - Kimberly Athans\, Ed.D.\, Point Loma Nazarene University Registration Fee Educators/Others = $30  via  Eventbrite Students with ID: $15 Questions\, pleas contact: SUMMARY:Character Education Resource Center Conference END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71222 DTSTART:20190628T083000 DTEND:20190628T123000 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:72186 DTSTART:20190628T143000 DTEND:20190628T153000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall DESCRIPTION:Sign-up for a guided tour of Mother Rosalie Hill Hall\, which houses the SOLES departments\, institutes\, and centers. This is followed by a guided tour of the USD campus\, highlighting key points of interest for prospective and incoming graduate students. Tour Highlights:  SOLES Global Center Bert's Bistro  SOLES West Plaza Program Departments Reading Room  Garden of the Sea Copley Library  Aromas University Center  SUMMARY:SOLES: Graduate Campus Tour 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 I & II) END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72026 DTSTART:20190708T120000 DTEND:20190708T143000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice D DESCRIPTION:A roundtable for C-level women\, interested in connecting and learning from other women in scalable\, fast-growing businesses. Topic: Born To Build Are you born to build? Yes! Each of us is born to build\, and we all have specific talents unique to us. Born to Build\, based on Gallup's Strengthfinder\, inspires entrepreneurs and ambitious\, self-motivated people to build something that will change the world. Your venture could be a small business that grows into a mammoth enterprise\, a thriving new division in an existing company\, a nonprofit\, a social enterprise or a church -- anything that makes a lasting impact. To fully participate\, you will need to take the Born to Build assessment ahead of time.   If you already have the book\, great! If you don't\, you can order it as part of the event registration.   Cost: $35 100% discount\, if you already have the book   Guest speaker: Michelle A. Youngers Vision + Execution = Success   About: As a cross-functional Executive\, I bring over 30 years diverse experience in both financial and operational strategies to improve organizational effectiveness of early stage\, high growth companies across multiple industries. Throughout my career I have served as a Company Co-founder\, President and CEO\, and various roles as a trusted financial and operational partner to CEOs\, leadership teams\, Board of Directors and investors. Highly-driven and possessing a strong work ethic\, I have an acute understanding of the start-up environment and work with teams to develop a management strategy that is appreciative of individual differences and the strengths each member contributes to the success of the organization.    Light refreshments will be provided. *The program will continue to take place monthly on the 2nd Monday. SUMMARY:She Founder's Group: Born To Build END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72464 DTSTART:20190710T100000 DTEND:20190710T110000 LOCATION:Belanich Engineering Center (Loma Hall) Outside patio between Guadalupe Hall and BEC DESCRIPTION:The Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering will be celebrating the installation of two new EnergiPlants on the University of San Diego campus at an informal Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. SUMMARY:EnergiPlant Ribbon Cutting Ceremony END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71725 DTSTART:20190712T090000 DTEND:20190712T213000 LOCATION:Mother Rosalie Hill Hall DESCRIPTION: Friday\, July 12\, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday\, July 13\, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sunday\, July 14\, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 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:71928 DTSTART:20190713T180000 DTEND:20190713T210000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Garden of the Sea DESCRIPTION:Early-bird tickets are available for the eleventh annual USD Wine Classic. Join USD alumni and friends for our annual wine tasting fundraiser\, benefiting student scholars! Don't miss your chance to enjoy tastings from 25 USD affiliated wineries.  Purchase your tickets today! Early-bird pricing ends April 30.  SUMMARY:USD Wine Classic - Buy Your Early-Bird Tickets Today! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71687 DTSTART:20190713T180000 DTEND:20190713T210000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Garden of the Sea DESCRIPTION:The Wine Classic is the University of San Diego Alumni Association’s signature scholarship fundraising event and has become San Diego’s “can’t miss” event of the summer. You're invited to join us for 2019 event! SUMMARY:USD Wine Classic 2019 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72228 DTSTART:20190715T080000 DTEND:20190719T163000 LOCATION:Belanich Engineering Center (Loma Hall) DESCRIPTION: This year\, in collaboration with San Diego Law Enforcement agencies\, USD is launching the inaugural Cybersecurity Law Enforcement Investigations and Digital Forensics Camp; a week-long program lead by our San Diego law enforcement partners from the FBI\, US Secret Service\, San Diego Police Department\, San Diego DHS/Harbor Police\, US Customs and Border Patrol\, and the San Diego District Attorney's Office. The program will focus on technical aspects of cybersecurity investigations and digital forensics from a law enforcement perspective.   SUMMARY:USD Law Enforcement Cyber Investigations and Digital Forensics Camp 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:71891 DTSTART:20190804 DTEND:20190810 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:We are excited and pleased to announce that applications are now open for S(TEAM)^2 Academy 2019\, a School of Leadership and Education Sciences\, Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering and College of Arts and Sciences collaboration.   S(TEAM)^2 Academy is a University of San Diego Strategic Initiative.   STEAM TEAM Summer Academy for entering 6th- 8th- graders and for entering 9th-12th-graders Dates and Times: Sunday\, August 4th\, 2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.: Orientation for students and families Monday\, August 5th - Friday\, August 9th\, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Saturday\, August 10th\, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Lunch & snacks will be provided daily   Course Fee: $375.00. 10% discount is available for USD Employees.   Apply for priority consideration by April 30th:   For more information\, contact: steamteam@sandiego Dr. Odesma Dalrymple Dr. Joi Spencer Dr. Perla Myers   What is STEAM Academy? The STEAM Team Summer Academy is a week-long quality educational experience for middle and high school students. Students are engaged in hands-on learning in science\, technology\, engineering\, arts and mathematics (STEAM). Participants engage their creativity\, enhance their approach to problem solving\, and develop communication and critical thinking skills. The daily activities include discussions around the United Nations Goals for Sustainable Development\, designing and building complex chain reaction machines\, exploring mathematical concepts through folding and visualization\, team building through fitness activities\, arts\, sciences\, and goal setting in preparation for transition to high school\, college and career. The experience begins with a pre-Academy orientation for students and their families on Sunday\, and culminates with the Youth and Community conference on the Saturday following the week of activities. The Academy is a collaboration of faculty from the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering\, the School of Leadership and Education Sciences\, and the College of Arts and Sciences. A short video from last year's academy:     Nos emociona y complace anunciar que las solicitudes están disponible para la Academia S(TEAM)^2 de 2019\, organizada por la Escuela de Liderazgo y Ciencias de la Educación\, la Escuela de Ingeniería Shiley-Marcos y el Colegio de Artes y Ciencias.   La Academia S(TEAM)^2 es una iniciativa estratégica de la Universidad de San Diego para estudiantes que van a ingresar a 6º - 8º grado y para alumnos de 9º - 12º grado.   Fechas y horarios:         Domingo 4 de agosto a las 2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m .: Orientación para estudiantes y familias.         Lunes\, 5 de agosto - viernes\, 9 de agosto\, de 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m.         Sábado\, 10 de agosto\, de 9:00 a.m. a 3:00 p.m.   Almuerzo/refrigerios serán provistos diariamente.   Precio del programa: $ 375.00. 10% de descuento está disponible para empleados de USD.   Solicite consideración prioritaria antes del 30 de abril:   Para obtener más información\, comuníquese con: steamteam@sandiego Dr. Odesma Dalrymple Dr. Joi Spencer Dr. Perla Myers   ¿Qué es STEAM Academy? La Academia de Verano STEAM es una experiencia educativa de una semana de duración para estudiantes de secundaria y preparatoria. Los estudiantes participan en actividades interactivas en ciencias\, tecnología\, ingeniería\, artes y matemáticas (STEAM). Los participantes usan su creatividad\, mejoran su enfoque para la resolución de problemas y desarrollan habilidades de comunicación y pensamiento crítico. Las actividades diarias incluyen discusiones sobre los Objetivos de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo Sostenible\, el diseño y la construcción de máquinas de reacción en cadena complejas\, la exploración de conceptos matemáticos a través del plegado y la visualización\, la formación de equipos a través de actividades físicas\, artes\, ciencias y establecimiento de metas en preparación para la transición a la escuela preparatoria\, universidad y carrera. La experiencia comienza con una orientación antes de la Academia para los estudiantes y sus familias el domingo\, y culmina con la conferencia de Jóvenes y la Comunidad el sábado despues de la semana de actividades. La Academia es una colaboración de profesoras de la Escuela de Ingeniería Shiley-Marcos\, la Escuela de Liderazgo y Ciencias de la Educación y el Colegio de Artes y Ciencias de USD. Un video: SUMMARY:STEAM Summer Academy for Middle School and High School Students END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71686 DTSTART:20190804T090000 DTEND:20190810T160000 LOCATION:Belanich Engineering Center (Loma Hall) DESCRIPTION:We are excited and pleased to announce that applications are now open for STEAM Academy 2019\, a School of Leadership and Education Sciences\, Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering and College of Arts and Sciences collaboration. STEAM Academy is a University of San Diego Strategic Initiative.   SUMMARY:STEAM Summer Academy for Middle School and High School Students END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72260 DTSTART:20190812T120000 DTEND:20190812T143000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice A DESCRIPTION:A roundtable for C-level women\, interested in connecting and learning from other women in scalable\, fast-growing businesses. Topic: A Walk in Your Customer's Shoes: Understanding Your Customer\, The Hero Do you want to provide products and/or services that your customers will respect\, appreciate\, and love you for?  The more you understand your customer’s behaviors\, motivations\, and needs\, the more effective you will be at delivering an exceptional experience.   During this interactive session\, you will: Understand Customer Experience and why it matters Create the first iteration of a Customer Persona - to guide the choices you make around how you engage your customers Utilize concepts from Customer Journey Mapping with a hero/guide story Learn how storytelling can impact your brand  Guest speaker: Lauren Feehrer\, Founder and President of LoyaltyCraft Consulting   About: Light refreshments will be provided. *The program will continue to take place monthly on the 2nd Monday. SUMMARY:She Founder's Group: A Walk in Your Customer's Shoes: Understanding Your Customer\, The Hero END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72027 DTSTART:20190829T120000 DTEND:20190829T150000 LOCATION:California Endowment\, 1414 K Street\, Suite 500\, Sacramento California 95814 DESCRIPTION: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. The Children's Advocates Roundtable meets quarterly. The agenda for the event will be posted closer to the event date. SUMMARY: Children's Advocates Roundtable END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72058 DTSTART:20190904 DTEND:20190904 LOCATION:Locations vary DESCRIPTION: National Wildlife Day (February 22 and September 4) founded in 2005 by animal behaviorist and philanthropist Colleen Paige\, serves to bring awareness of endangered animals nationally as well as globally\, that need to be preserved and rescued from their demise each year\, but also to acknowledge zoos and outstanding animal sanctuaries globally for everything they do to help preserve this planet's animals and educate the public about conservation — especially to children\, who are our animal's future caretakers and conservationists.‚Äč National Wildlife Day will be celebrated on two dates\, to double the effort to help bring awareness of the plight of wild animals around the globe. NWD encourages wildlife lovers to stand up and fight for animals that need a voice\, to visit their local zoo and donate what they can to make a difference in the lives of our beloved animal friends. This day\, formerly celebrated and observed on September 4th\, has added February 22nd to honor the memory and birthday of Wildlife Warrior\, Steve Irwin. HELPING ANIMALS IS SO EASY    There are many ways that you can celebrate National Wildlife Day!     Partner with a local animal sanctuary to host a fun and educational event.     Helping to promote an event at your local zoo or library by handing out flyers and posting info on your website if you have one.     Partner with us to host an event at a local zoo or sanctuary.     Help support our work by promoting our social media pages to your friends.     Draw or paint your favorite wild animal and share it with us for a chance to be featured on one of our tees.     Suggest to your local zoo\, school\, library\, nonprofit organization or animal sanctuary about hosting a National Wildlife Day event. We do require that all event coordinators contact us for permission to use our name and branding for events\, press releases and advertisements.Please note that Business and Corporate Partnerships are a monetary basis only to help support our work. For more information on partnership\, click here. Colleen & Denali\,a black Mackenzie Valley Wolf. National Wildlife Day Founder Colleen Paige is a Pet Lifestyle Expert\, Animal Advocate\, Conservationist\, Animal Behaviorist\, Author and founder of a myriad of other animal related holidays such a National Dog Day and National Cat Day\, to bring public awareness to the plight of animals around the globe.Colleen thrives off the special connection she has with animals and has spent countless hours working to rehabilitate bears\, tigers\, wolves\, bobcats and more.  For more information about Colleen\, click here.     SUMMARY:National Wildlife Day END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72093 DTSTART:20190906 DTEND:20190906 LOCATION:Locations Vary DESCRIPTION:When you wake up on the first Friday in September make a commitment for National Food Bank Day to contribute to the cause that believes no one should go to bed hungry. Hunger may be as close as your neighbor or your coworker in the next cubical. Bare cupboards and empty stomachs look just like yours and mine behind closed doors. Food banks across the country help some of the 42 million men\, women and children who struggle with putting food on the table. The reasons range from illness to job loss and a general change in circumstances. Circumstances that can happen to anyone of us. For parents struggling to make ends meet\, the ability to look their children in their eyes over a meal instead of into hungry eyes is a difference made by supporting food banks. Food banks fill the gap for those living on a meager budget. Many food banks offer educational opportunities that help people change their situation and begin anew. Often\, those who have benefited from the programs return to volunteer and contribute to the very food bank that staved off hunger to do the same for others. HOW TO OBSERVE Help a neighbor\, a friend\, coworker or a child by making a donation or volunteering at your local food bank. Food banks take nonperishable food items and cash donations every day. Check their needs list for the fresh items they are seeking. Use #NationalFoodBankDay to give your local food bank a shout out and to share on social media. HISTORYSt. Mary’s Food Bank founded National Food Bank Day to recognize the outstanding contributions of food banks around the country and to commemorate the establishment of St. Mary’s Food Bank by its founder John ven Hengel in 1967. John van Hengel came up with the idea of grocery rescue and food banking and the idea spread throughout the country making St. Mary’s Food Bank the very first in the world! In 2017\, St. Mary’s celebrates its 50th anniversary! They distribute 250\,000 meals on a daily basis through the efforts of dedicated staff\, partner agencies\, and volunteers.Their mission is to alleviate hunger through the gathering and distribution of food while encouraging self-sufficiency\, collaboration\, advocacy\, and education. The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed National Food Bank Day to be observed annually on the first Friday of September beginning in 2017. DATESSeptember 6\, 2019September 4\, 2020September 3\, 2021September 2\, 2022September 1\, 2023September 6\, 2024September 5\, 2025September 4\, 2026September 3\, 2027September 1\, 2028September 7\, 2029 There are over 1\,500 national days. Don’t miss a single one. Celebrate Every Day with National Day Calendar! SUMMARY:National Food Bank Day END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72416 DTSTART:20190907T100000 DTEND:20190907T170000 LOCATION:Warren Hall Room 2A DESCRIPTION:With a goal of providing important and useful information on special education law and practice\, the University of San Diego School of Law will offer its Special Education Law and Advocacy Series (SELAS) again this fall. This specialized program not only educates participants about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)\, but also offers practical\, hands-on experience in special education advocacy. Past participants have included parents of children with disabilities\, professionals working in related fields\, school district staff\, related services providers (such as speech and language pathologists)\, attorneys and others. Appropriate for attorneys\, paralegals\, special education and other professionals\, as well as parents\, the series includes six law and practical training seminars\, which may be taken individually or as a complete program. Each Saturday seminar is broken up into a morning and afternoon session with a one-hour lunch break. The seminars are taught by experienced special education attorneys as well as a licensed clinical psychologist. Participants leave each seminar with knowledge in special education law as well as practical training that gives them hands-on skills. No textbook is required and each seminar includes handouts. A “Certificate of Completion” will be given to all enrollees who complete all six seminars. Seminars are open to anyone who wishes to enroll.  MCLE credit is available for attorneys and paralegals at no additional charge.  Seminar dates and topics: September 7\, 2019 - Seminar 1: Intro to Law\, Education & Disability September 21\, 2019 - Seminar 2: Eligibility\, Entry & Assessments October 12\, 2019 - Seminar 3: IEP Process October 26\, 2019 - Seminar 4: Section 504\, FERPA\, OCR & Idea Dispute Resolution November 9\, 2019 - Seminar 5: Student Discipline\, Behavior\, Manifest Determinations & IEP Implementation & Compliance November 23\, 2019 - Seminar 6: Early Intervention & Adult Transition SUMMARY:2019 Special Education Law and Advocacy Series (SELAS) END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72254 DTSTART:20190918T190000 DTEND:20190918T200000 LOCATION:Camino Hall Shiley Theatre DESCRIPTION:In The Nickel Boys\, his remarkable follow-up to the Pulitzer Prize-winning and #1 New York Times bestseller\, The Underground Railroad\, Whitehead dramatizes another strand of American history through the story of two boys sentenced to a hellish reform school in Jim Crow-era Florida. The Nickel Boys is a devastating\, driven narrative that showcases a great American novelist writing at the height of his powers. Hear Whitehead read from his new book and discuss with the audience the ideas and aims of his latest work. Colson Whitehead is the author of nine books of fiction and non-fiction\, including The Underground Railroad\, which was a #1 New York Times bestseller and won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. A recipient of MacArthur and Guggenheim Fellowships\, he lives in New York City. SUMMARY:An Evening with Colson Whitehead END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72095 DTSTART:20191005 DTEND:20191005 LOCATION:Locations Vary DESCRIPTION: The second Energy Efficiency Day is fast approaching. Here’s what you can do. Looking to get involved in the second annual Energy Efficiency Day on October 5th? Last year’s first-ever national event was a big success\, and we welcome your help in expanding the reach of this year’s event. Energy Efficiency Day is a collaborative effort of regional and national organizations that promote energy efficiency. More than 175 government agencies\, companies\, utilities\, cities\, and other organizations were official supporters in 2016. This year we are amplifying our efforts with a website\, a Facebook account\, more official declarations\, and a challenge to save energy in homes and businesses. Here are four ways you and your organization can spread the word about the benefits of energy efficiency. Visit our new website and sign up. You can sign up as an individual or as an organization. As we get closer to EE Day\, we’ll send you more ideas on how to get involved\, including fun facts to share on social media. Take the Lightbulb Challenge or the Office Lighting Challenge. By taking the challenge\, you agree to replace at least one light bulb with an LED. If each US household purchases just one LED bulb\, consumers could save $500 million annually. Share your experience with friends and colleagues. Encourage mayors/governors to officially proclaim October 5 Energy Efficiency Day. In 2016\, Hawaii Governor David Ige did so\, and this year Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has already followed suit. Check the link above for a sample proclamation that you can share with your mayor and governor. Create and share your own content. You can share the news about Energy Efficiency Day and the benefits of saving energy—and money—through blog posts\, emails\, newsletters\, and social media. Tell your own energy efficiency success story with videos\, photos\, graphics\, or other content. Or share this blog post. When you sign up on the EE Day website\, we will send material you can use. Last year\, EE Day participants generated more than 5\,000 social media posts that were seen by millions of viewers. We were blown away by the creativity and humor of the 2016 posts\, and can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with next month. We believe we can make an even bigger impact this year with your help. Send any questions to me at   SUMMARY:Energy Efficiency Day END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72094 DTSTART:20191007 DTEND:20191007 LOCATION:Locations vary DESCRIPTION: The U.N.’s annual day recognizing the importance of shelter. More than 30 years ago\, the United Nations General Assembly took an important step in promoting the idea that everyone deserves a decent place to live by declaring that the first Monday in October would be World Habitat Day. Every year Habitat for Humanity joins our partners around the world to rededicate ourselves to recognizing the basic right of everyone to adequate shelter. Habitat for Humanity asks everyone to join together as one global network in communicating the message that every one of us deserves the opportunity for a better future\, and that a decent place to live can remove barriers to opportunity\, health and success that might have been part of a family’s life for years\, and in many cases for generations. Join us for World Habitat Day and year round by lifting your voice to help people in need of decent and affordable housing. Learn how you can take action through our Solid Ground global advocacy campaign. SUMMARY:World Habitat Day END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71713 DTSTART:20191011T180000 DTEND:20191011T200000 LOCATION:USD Madrid Center DESCRIPTION:Seven-by-Seven is the University of San Diego unique version of TED Talks where alumni share their inspirational stories highlighting leadership\, creativity and innovation. This year we are launching the first global Seven-by-Seven event in Madrid\, where you will have the opportunity to hear from alumni who have overcome cultural barriers\, navigated complex settings\, and have ignited tremendous impact in our global community. The event will include drinks\, appetizers and networking with European VIP's\, USD faculty and students. Seating is limited. RSVP today: SUMMARY:Seven-by-Seven Madrid END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72096 DTSTART:20191020 DTEND:20191020 LOCATION:Locations vary DESCRIPTION:Eight Ways to Reduce Waste on National Reuse Day  START SLIDESHOW › Celebrated on October 20\, National Reuse Day aims to encourage people to join the movement toward creating a cleaner environment and a greener economy.   Many communities across the globe share the common goal of achieving zero waste. And in order to reach those goals\, waste reduction\, reuse and recycling are musts.   In an effort to encourage more people to join the movement toward creating a cleaner environment and a greener economy\, October 20 has been dubbed National Reuse Day. The day helps raise awareness about how much material Americans waste and how buying\, using or donating reusable\, reclaimed and remanufactured products can make a difference.   In this gallery\, we highlight eight ways to reduce waste this National Reuse Day. Have a reuse tip to share? Head on over to Twitter and mention @Waste360 with the hashtag #NationalReuseDay!  START SLIDESHOW ›     SUMMARY:National Reuse Day END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70589 DTSTART:20191023T073000 DTEND:20191023T100000 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:72136 DTSTART:20191024 DTEND:20191024 LOCATION:Locations vary DESCRIPTION:National Food Day is observed annually on October 24. One of the targets that Food Day aims to help people is to “Eat Real\,” which is defined by them as “cutting back on sugar drinks\, overly salted packaged foods and fatty\, factory-farmed meats in favor of vegetables\, fruits\, whole grains and sustainably raised protein.”  National Food Day involves some of the country’s most prominent food activists\, united by a vision of food that can be healthy\, affordable and produced with care for the environment\, farm animals and the people who grow\, harvest and serve it.  In 2012\, there were 3\,200 events taking place from community festivals to a national conference in Washington\, D.C. to thousands of school activities.  HOW TO OBSERVE Enjoy some of your favorite healthy foods and use #NationalFoodDay to post on social media. HISTORY The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) initiated National Food Day 2011. It is a nationwide celebration of healthy\, affordable and sustainably produced food and a grassroots campaign for better food policies.  This project builds throughout the year and culminates on October 24 of each year. There are over 1\,500 national days. Don’t miss a single one. Celebrate Every Day with National Day Calendar! SUMMARY:National Food Day END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72422 DTSTART:20191114 DTEND:20191116 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice DESCRIPTION: BORDERLANDS: DIVIDING AND BRIDGING COMMUNITIESWITH TECHNOLOGY\, STORYTELLING AND ARTS Build Peace brings together practitioners\, activists\, academics\, policy makers\, artists and technologists from around the world to share experience and ideas on using technology\, arts and other innovations for peacebuilding and conflict transformation. SUMMARY:Build Peace Conference 2019 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72124 DTSTART:20191115 DTEND:20191115 LOCATION:Locations Vary DESCRIPTION: The national recycling rate has increased over the past 30 years. The current recycling rate is 34%. JOIN US IN RECYCLING MORE. For America Recycles Day 2018\, I pledge to: Learn I will find out what materials are collected for recycling in my community. Act Within the next month\, I will reduce the amount of waste I produce\, I will recycle more\, and I will buy products made with recycled content. Share In the next month\, I will encourage one family member or one friend to take the #BeRecycled pledge. SUMMARY:America Recycles Day END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72125 DTSTART:20191129 DTEND:20191129 LOCATION:Locations Vary DESCRIPTION: #OPTOUTSIDE – WILL YOU GO OUT WITH US? Last year we started a movement for people to reconnect outdoors over the holidays. We closed on one of the most popular shopping days of the year\, paid our 12\,000+ employees to spend time outside\, and invited America to join us. The response was overwhelmingly positive. More than 1.4 million people and 170 organizations chose to #OptOutside. Will You Go Out With Us? REI is committed to helping people tap into the joy\, renewal and connection that comes from spending time outside with friends and family. This year\, we are again closing our doors on Black Friday and paying our 12\,000+ employees to spend time outdoors. And we’ve asked our nonprofit partners\, government agencies and a short list of companies who care deeply for the outdoors to join us. These amazing organizations are listed below\, and we’re grateful to say the list is growing every day. Read more about what we are doing from our CEO\, Jerry Stritzke\, here. #OptOutside We close our doors on Black Friday. We pay our employees to get outside\, instead of going to work\, and invite the world to join. Because we believe a life outdoors is a life well lived. And we want to help everyone discover the benefits of spending time outdoors. SUMMARY:Opt Outside END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:70586 DTSTART:20191205T073000 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 BEGIN:VEVENT UID:71840 DTSTART:20191207T193000 DTEND:20191207T204500 LOCATION:Founders Chapel DESCRIPTION:Lessons and Carols A Festival of Word and Song to Prepare for ChristmasSaturday\, December 7\, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.Sunday\, December 8\, 2019 at 2 p.m. SUMMARY:Lessons and Carols END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72450 DTSTART:20200318T173000 DTEND:20200318T193000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre & Rotunda DESCRIPTION:USD School of Law is holding a reception and panel discussion commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote.  SUMMARY:Bergman Memorial Lecture: 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR