BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//ZContent.net//Zap Calendar 1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76808 DTSTART:20200604T113000 DTEND:20200604T121500 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition will give a 45-minute bike-safety and bike-commuting presentation that provides maintenance\, repair\, and safety tips\, information on the law\, and a question and answer portion with a certified bike mechanic. Seasoned commuters will be encouraged to share their perspectives and helpful tips with fellow Toreros. If you plan on riding a bike anywhere\, there will be tips for you! Follow the provided link to register.  Upon registration you will receive the Zoom link to join the discussion.  Check out sdbikecoalition.org for more info.  SUMMARY:Bike Basics Lunch and Learn END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76819 DTSTART:20200610T083000 DTEND:20200610T153000 LOCATION:Virtual DESCRIPTION:Join us for the 8th Semi-Annual City of San Diego Nonprofit Academy\, a one-day comprehensive virtual program presented by The Nonprofit Institute at the University of San Diego and sponsored by the City of San Diego. An award-winning educational program\, the City of San Diego Nonprofit Academy has been redesigned to educate and support local nonprofit leaders in ways to maximize their operational efficiency\, better compete for grant funding\, and explore leadership in these uncertain times caused by COVID-19. SUMMARY:City of San Diego Nonprofit Academy: Leading a Nonprofit Through Uncertain Times END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76102 DTSTART:20200611T080000 DTEND:20200611T050000 LOCATION:ONLINE DESCRIPTION:The University of San Diego School of Law's Children's Advocacy Institute is pleased to offer a 12-hour training program on promising and effective practices and strategies to accelerate permanency\, and improve permanency outcomes\, with a special focus on the first 90 days of a child welfare case.  Sponsored by the California Judicial Council\, this training is intended for judicial officers\, attorneys\, child welfare professionals\, probation officers\, tribal representatives and advocates\, community advocates\, CASAs\, and parents and children. For the initial pilot training\, we will seek continuing education credit approval from the State Bar and the Board of Behavioral Sciences. This training is offered at no cost to the participants. Please note that this pilot training session will be presented online. Information about accessing the training will be provided to registered attendees. The topics for the June 11-12\, 2020 pilot training program are listed below. Because this is a pilot training program\, we will seek feedback from participants with regard to the curriculum\, content\, and format. We will incorporate those comments into future training programs that will be offered throughout California\, including offerings in Redding\, CA (dates TBD) and San Francisco on Sept. 2-3\, 2020. The Pursuit of Permanency: The First 90 Days Day 1: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Welcome / Overview of Training Program Cornerstone Advocacy Training  Improving Dependency Court Performance and Accelerating Permanency: Panel Discussion  Strategies/Efforts/Advocacy in the First 90 Days: Ethical Considerations  Participant feedback re Day 1 curriculum Day 2: 8:00 am - 12:20 pm Population-Specific Permanency Issues  How Recent Policy Changes (Family First\, CCR) Effect Permanency  Identifying and Addressing Bias and How it Impacts Permanency Efforts Participant feedback re Day 2 curriculum/closing remarks   SUMMARY:The Pursuit of Permanency: The First 90 Days END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76592 DTSTART:20200611T110000 DTEND:20200611T114500 LOCATION:webinar DESCRIPTION:Register now for this opportunity to learn from Professor Dave Pyke as he guides you through this interactive supply chain webinar.  This is the third presentation in a four-part webinar series. On the menu: Thursday\, May 14 at 11 a.m. - Professors of Business Law Craig and Linda Barkacs on Managing Business Negotiations in Uncertain Times with Skill and Finesse Thursday\, May 28 at 11 a.m. - Lecturer in Finance Carl Wiese on Financial Markets in Crisis: Past\, Present and Future Thursday\, June 11 at 11 a.m. - Professor of Operations Management Dave Pyke on Rethinking Global Supply Chains Thursday\, June 25 at 11 a.m. - Lecturer Vicki Halsey on Cultivating Your Brilliance by Design in Challenging Times Each session is 45 minutes long. You will learn new ways to think about these subject matters and get to ask our professors questions – the format is designed for two-way engagement. *BONUS: For current students\, this series is approved for COMPASS/CONNECT/PASSPORT Points! SUMMARY:USD School of Business Lifelong Learning Webinar Series: Rethinking Global Supply Chains END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76260 DTSTART:20200611T160000 DTEND:20200611T170000 LOCATION:Online DESCRIPTION:The MBA Online Information Session is a great opportunity to clarify any questions you may have about the University of San Diego's MBA degree or application process. Please join us and our director of admissions online to get answers and learn more about our MBA program. We look forward to seeing you!  The final application deadline for Fall 2020 is coming up quickly. Application fee waivers are now available to all applicants\, which will also be discussed during the session. SUMMARY:MBA Online Information Session END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:75494 DTSTART:20200613T170000 DTEND:20200613T200000 LOCATION:Virtual DESCRIPTION:Join us to cheer on the Global Finalists from 25+ universities and 12 countries as they compete for $50\,000 in seed funding and showcase their world-changing social enterprise ideas. All of the participants in the Global Finals placed in the top two teams at their respective universities. Network with finalists and other social impact leaders. Vote for your favorite team and leave inspired to continue to work for social impact and change! Participating teams hail from the following institutions: Australian Catholic University CETYS Universidad Davis College Akilah Campus Duke University Ewha Womans University Fordham University Haverford College Heritage Christian College (Ghana) Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración International Islamic University Malaysia National University of Management (Cambodia) NewSchool of Architecture and Design North Dakota State University Rollins College San Diego State University S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research Sunway University Thammasat University School of Global Studies The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda Trinity University Dublin Universidad de Antioquia Universidad de Las Américas Universidad del Desarrollo Universidad del Pacífíco Universidad Francisco de Vitoria University of California San Diego University of Kentucky University of Minnesota University of St. Thomas University of San Diego University of Texas at Austin SUMMARY:Fowler Global Social Innovation Challenge Global Finals END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76835 DTSTART:20200616T160000 DTEND:20200616T170000 LOCATION:Online DESCRIPTION:The Master's in Finance Online Information Session offers a great opportunity to clarify any questions you may have about the program or application process\, including the new GMAT/GRE waiver policy. Please join us and our director of admissions online to get answers and learn more about our MSF program. We look forward to seeing you!  The final application deadline for Fall 2020 is coming up quickly. Application fee waivers are now available to all applicants\, which will also be discussed during the session. Ready to advance your career? At the University of San Diego School of Business\, we have set the stage for you to be a successful financial practitioner in today's global workplace. In just 10 months\, our STEM-designated Master's in Finance Program will prepare you to take the first two levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam. SUMMARY:Master's in Finance Online Information Session END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76748 DTSTART:20200624T170000 DTEND:20200624T180000 LOCATION:Virtual Webinar - See RSVP link 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/paralegal/connect SUMMARY:USD Paralegal Program Virtual Info Session - Free! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76593 DTSTART:20200625T110000 DTEND:20200625T114500 LOCATION:webinar DESCRIPTION:Register now for this opportunity to learn from Dr. Vicki Halsey as she guides you through this interactive webinar: Cultivating Your Brilliance by Design in Challenging Times. This is the last presentation in a four-part webinar series. On the menu: Thursday\, May 14 at 11 a.m. - Professors of Business Law Craig and Linda Barkacs on Managing Business Negotiations in Uncertain Times with Skill and Finesse Thursday\, May 28 at 11 a.m. - Lecturer in Finance Carl Wiese on Financial Markets in Crisis: Past\, Present and Future Thursday\, June 11 at 11 a.m. - Professor of Operations Management Dave Pyke on Rethinking Global Supply Chains Thursday\, June 25 at 11 a.m. - Lecturer Vicki Halsey on Cultivating Your Brilliance by Design in Challenging Times Each session is 45 minutes long. You will learn new ways to think about these subject matters and get to ask our professors questions – the format is designed for two-way engagement. *BONUS: For current students\, this series is approved for COMPASS/CONNECT/PASSPORT points!   SUMMARY:USD School of Business Lifelong Learning Webinar Series: Cultivating Your Brilliance by Design in Challenging Times END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76749 DTSTART:20200721T120000 DTEND:20200721T130000 LOCATION:Virtual Webinar - See RSVP link 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/paralegal/connect SUMMARY:USD Paralegal Program Virtual Info Session - Free! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76765 DTSTART:20200731 DTEND:20200731 LOCATION:Virtual DESCRIPTION:Check our latest YouTube video to hear Kristen Lemaster (Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life)\, Rhonda Harley (Assistant Director of Career Development for the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering) and Dr. T.J. Tallie (Assistant Professor of African History) discuss resilience and hope in the face of COVID-19 inequities. Conversation hosted by The Commons (Black Student Resource Commons\, LGBTQ+ & Allies Commons\, United Front Multicultural Commons and Women's Commons).  SUMMARY:Collective Conversations: Table Talk Edition END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76104 DTSTART:20200924T120000 DTEND:20200924T150000 LOCATION:1414 K Street\, Suite 500\, Sacramento\, CA DESCRIPTION: Background / General Information The Children's Advocates Roundtable\, established in 1990\, is an affiliation of statewide and local 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 quarterly by the Children's Advocacy Institute\, and is committed to providing a setting where advocates gather to share resources and information 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 date of the next full Roundtable is September 24\, 2020\, from 12:00-3:00 pm at the California Endowment\, 1414 K Street\, Suite 500\, Sacramento CA. [agenda to be posted closer to date] Each Roundtable consists of: A detailed discussion of an emerging area of significance for children's advocates. This is a great opportunity for Roundtable member organizations to inform and educate others about new issues of importance!  If your organization is interested in suggesting topics for discussion at a future Roundtable\, please contact Melanie Delgado at (619) 260-4806. A discussion of timely matters important to all children's advocates\, such as the budget\, elections\, or "inside the horseshoe" information. An opportunity for Roundtable members to briefly discuss their legislative and advocacy priorities\, and seek support and assistance from other members. CAI provides a call-in option for Roundtable members unable to attend in person (see agenda for info). For more information on the Roundtable\, or to sign up for our email list\, please contact Melanie Delgado at (619) 260-4806.   SUMMARY:Children's Advocates Roundtable END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:75171 DTSTART:20201011T120000 DTEND:20201011T150000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Garden of the Sea DESCRIPTION:You and your family are invited to join the University of San Diego Jacobs Institute for Innovation in Education on October 11\, 2020 as we celebrate Remake Learning! This exciting hands-on STEAM painting workshop entitled\, “The Surprising Lessons a Paintbrush Can Teach\,” led by Artist Richard Gallego\, will teach a simple\, fun approach to creating a landscape painting using acrylic paints. The surprise? Along the way\, participants will learn a bit about physics and philosophy\, math and music\, and the important role beauty can play in our lives. A brunch reception will occur before the lesson begins. Parents are encouraged to work with their younger children as they follow the instructor’s step by step process while older participants may work on their own. You may reserve your ticket at https://bit.ly/2NqJuIW. SUMMARY:Free Family Paint Workshop & Brunch with Jacobs Institute for Remake Learning San Diego! END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72897 DTSTART:20201016 DTEND:20201016 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:Due to the ongoing stay-at-home orders and restrictions on gatherings issued by the State of California Governor's Office\, the University of San Diego must postpone our May commencement ceremonies until October 16-18\, 2020. Should there be similar restrictions on gatherings at that time\, USD will regroup and decide how and when to later hold commencement. Visit the university’s COVID-19 website for the most current information for the USD community.  SUMMARY:POSTPONED: SMSE Graduate Commencement Ceremony END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72899 DTSTART:20201016 DTEND:20201016 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:Due to the ongoing stay-at-home orders and restrictions on gatherings issued by the State of California Governor's Office\, the University of San Diego must postpone our May commencement ceremonies until October 16-18\, 2020. Should there be similar restrictions on gatherings at that time\, USD will regroup and decide how and when to later hold commencement. Visit the university’s COVID-19 website for the most current information for the USD community.    SUMMARY:POSTPONED: SMSE Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76140 DTSTART:20201105T080000 DTEND:20201105T183000 LOCATION:Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theater DESCRIPTION:Please join us at University of San Diego’s Institute for Peace & Justice for our 3rd annual Cyber Law\, Risk & Policy Symposium on Thursday\, November 5\, 2020. Globally regulators are enforcing the growing number of privacy and security laws through repeatedly targeting security failures as their key mechanism to protect confidential and personal information\, including consumer data. Passage of data protection and cyber laws like the California Consumer Privacy Act require lawyers to make informed decisions about “reasonable security measures\,” and technologists to understand the legal risk for failing to implement and comply with such.  The importance of hybrid cyber professionals and collaboration across organizations and industries is critically important.  The University of San Diego's Center for Cyber Security Engineering and Technology will host the Third Annual Cyber Law\, Risk and Policy Symposium to be held at the Institute for Peace & Justice on November 5\, 2020. This one day Symposium explores the intersection of cyber and law and will provide legal skills to technologists\, and technology skills to legal professionals.  Learn about the threats\, solutions\, technologies\, strategies\, and challenges facing the global cyber arena from world thought leaders and industry experts across a wide range of different sectors including critical infrastructure\, insurance\, healthcare\, retail\, government\, and more!  Cyber Law Attendance Certificates will be provided to attendees that attend the entire day. SUMMARY:3rd Annual 2020 USD Cyber Law\, Risk and Policy Symposium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:75862 DTSTART:20210107 DTEND:20210108 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:Please join the University of San Diego School of Law’s Center for Public Interest Law\, Children’s Advocacy Institute\, and Veterans Legal Clinic\, as well as advocates\, policymakers\, public prosecutors\, and others from across the nation\, at a unique convening to discuss promising policy efforts\, key litigation activities\, and effective strategies to protect students from unfair practices and predatory postsecondary institutions. Leading off with a keynote address from Carrie Wofford\, President of Veterans Education Success\, this event is sure to be a compelling call to action for all those working to ensure that schools do not over-promise and underdeliver when it comes to their educational offerings. This special event will take place in San Diego on Jan. 7–8\, 2021. Travel stipends will be available on a limited basis. For more information about the Summit\, please contact Melanie Delgado at mdelgado@sandiego.edu or (619) 260-4806. SUMMARY:Student Defense Summit: Protecting College Students from Unfair Practices and Predatory Institutions END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76634 DTSTART:20211231T090000 DTEND:20211231T210000 LOCATION:Via Podcast DESCRIPTION:The USD Alumni Association is happy to present Tiny Toreros Story Time for your little ones! SUMMARY:Tiny Toreros Podcast END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR