BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//ZContent.net//Zap Calendar 1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77049 DTSTART:20200813T130000 DTEND:20200813T140000 LOCATION:Virtually DESCRIPTION:Do you believe teenagers can build a better world? The Jacobs Institute for Innovation in Education at the University of San Diego is inviting teachers to join us in our effort to make a local and global impact. Through the Build Your Own Teen Innovation Challenge Teacher Summer Camp in July 2020\, educators will learn how to build and run their own innovation challenges in their classrooms and communities. SUMMARY:Free Virtual Teacher Summer Camp END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77431 DTSTART:20200813T170000 DTEND:20200813T180000 LOCATION:Zoom Virtual Event DESCRIPTION: TEDxSanDiego is gathering a global virtual audience for powerful conversations\, inspiring performances\, insightful interviews\, and didactic audience participation. Led by veteran TEDx organizer Jack Abbott with a team of volunteers and in collaboration with the University of San Diego's Kroc School and graduates of its Master's in Social Innovation program\, this virtual event – the first of its kind in TEDxSanDiego history – will run on successive evenings from 5 to 6 p.m. on Monday\, August 10\, through Thursday\, August 13. No speakers on red carpets talking to large theater audiences. Instead\, join us online as we dig deep into the hearts and minds of these extraordinary presenters and activate the power of possibility in each of us. SUMMARY:Re:Think | Re:Imagine | Re:Create - TEDxSanDiego END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77339 DTSTART:20200826T160000 DTEND:20200826T171500 LOCATION:Virtual Event via Zoom DESCRIPTION:Feared enough to figure among the four dreaded horsemen of the Apocalypse\, pandemics bring with them both destruction and rebirth. This multi-faceted and interdisciplinary series of panel discussions explores how pandemics forever change the worlds of those who survive their metamorphic energy. This week's discussion\, Transforming a Country\, is introduced by: Del Dickson\, PhD\, JD | Political Science and International Relations Alan Gin\, PhD | Economics   SUMMARY:All Change Here: Pandemics and Transformation // Transforming a Country END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76967 DTSTART:20200827T083000 DTEND:20200827T110000 LOCATION:Virtual Event via Zoom DESCRIPTION: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. Make sure to register – you won’t want to miss it!    For more information and to register\, visit: https://www.sandiego.edu/cas/humanities-center/u3a/program.php.   Due to COVID-19\, the 2020 Summer Program will be hosted online viz Zoom and will consist of a 1-week program in June\, July and August\, providing participants to enjoy one week of U3A each month during the Summer.   Each U3A session is a three-week unique university experience that exposes attendees to some of the most sought-after experts in areas including medicine\, technology\, health\, religion\, government\, business\, military\, not-for-profits\, humanities and the arts. Each presentation will be followed by a rich Q&A dialogue with the expert. You can also participate in an optional Technology Workshop where you learn how to operate your smart devices\, including phones\, tablets and social media applications\, walking you through settings and general digital setup.     SUMMARY:Registration Open for University of the Third Age (U3A) Summer Session 2020 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77340 DTSTART:20200902T160000 DTEND:20200902T171500 LOCATION:Virtual Event via Zoom DESCRIPTION:Feared enough to figure among the four dreaded horsemen of the Apocalypse\, pandemics bring with them both destruction and rebirth. This multi-faceted and interdisciplinary series of panel discussions explores how pandemics forever change the worlds of those who survive their metamorphic energy.   This week's discussion\, Transforming Teaching\, is introduced by: Jeffrey Malecki\, DMA | Music and Director Bands and Music Education Joe Provost\, PhD | Chemistry SUMMARY:All Change Here: Pandemics and Transformation // Transforming Teaching END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77631 DTSTART:20200903T123000 DTEND:20200903T140000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:Please join us via Zoom for the Catholic Perspectives on Racism and White Supremacy Series Dr. Constance Carroll\, Chancellor\, San Diego Community College District "The American Catholic Church in the Shadow of Slavery" September 3\, 2020\, 12:30-2:00 p.m. Register here: USDfall2020series co-sponsored by University Mission and Ministry\, the Franciscan School of Theology\, and the Center for Catholic Thought and Culture SUMMARY:Catholic Perspectives on Racism and White Supremacy Series\, Dr. Constance Carroll\, Chancellor\, San Diego Community College District END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77662 DTSTART:20200903T123000 DTEND:20200903T140000 LOCATION:Please note that all fall Cropper readings and craft talks will take place on Zoom. DESCRIPTION:On Thursday\, September 3\, 2020\, at 12:30 p.m.\, the Lindsay J. Cropper Memorial Writers Series welcomes Jericho Brown\, the 2020 Pulitzer Prize winner for poetry\, for a craft talk and reading at our first Cropper event of the 2020-2021 academic year. SUMMARY:Lindsay J. Cropper Memorial Writers Series: Jericho Brown\, Poet END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77341 DTSTART:20200909T160000 DTEND:20200909T171500 LOCATION:Virtual Event via Zoom DESCRIPTION:Feared enough to figure among the four dreaded horsemen of the Apocalypse\, pandemics bring with them both destruction and rebirth. This multi-faceted and interdisciplinary series of panel discussions explores how pandemics forever change the worlds of those who survive their metamorphic energy.   This week's discussion\, Transforming a City: London’s Great Plague of 1665\, is introduced by: Cynthia Caywood\, PhD | English Terry Bird\, PhD | Biology SUMMARY:All Change Here: Pandemics and Transformation // Transforming a City: London’s Great Plague of 1665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77414 DTSTART:20200909T173000 DTEND:20200909T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:Join us for the kickoff of the Entrepreneurs Track of the San Diego Angel Conference. Each week\, founders gather\, network\, and explore topics critical to successfully raising money from angel investors. The Entrepreneurs Track culminates with the application deadline on December 16\, 2020. Those who apply will compete for a $200\,000* investment from ~40 SEC accredited investors.   *Amount of investment depends on the number of units purchased by investors. SUMMARY:SDAC: Kickoff | Deck Development & Storytelling END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77444 DTSTART:20200910T090000 DTEND:20200910T154500 LOCATION:Virtual Conference DESCRIPTION: Join us for the City of San Diego Virtual Nonprofit Academy on Sept. 10\, designed to support nonprofits build resilience & sustainability   SUMMARY:The City of San Diego Nonprofit Academy END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77621 DTSTART:20200914T123000 DTEND:20200914T133000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:Persons experiencing homelessness may encounter legal issues that create obstacles to their ability to secure housing. For example\, misdemeanors such as jaywalking can result in growing fees and fines that only deepen an already dire economic situation. Join us for a conversation with Steve Binder\, Esq.\, co-founder of San Diego’s Homeless Court\, and Judge Marian Gaston to learn more about the complicated relationship between homelessness and the court system here in San Diego. This event is part of the Urgent Challenges Collective's Fall 2020 Speaker Series and is co-hosted with the USD School of Law. Learn more about our other events on our online calendar! *Note: In order to attend this event\, you will need to register in advance. The Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees 24 hours prior to the event start.* SUMMARY:Homelessness and the Court System END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77342 DTSTART:20200916T160000 DTEND:20200916T171500 LOCATION:Virtual Event via Zoom DESCRIPTION:Feared enough to figure among the four dreaded horsemen of the Apocalypse\, pandemics bring with them both destruction and rebirth. This multi-faceted and interdisciplinary series of panel discussions explores how pandemics forever change the worlds of those who survive their metamorphic energy.   This week's discussion\, Transforming History\, is introduced by: Colin Fisher\, PhD | History Derrick Cartwright\, PhD | Art\, Architecture + Art History and Director of University Galleries SUMMARY:All Change Here: Pandemics and Transformation // Transforming History END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77415 DTSTART:20200916T173000 DTEND:20200916T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:This session focuses on identifying the potential risks for your company\, understanding how much time\, money\, expertise and other resources it will take to minimize those risks\, and using that information to build the Use of Funds and back into the rest of your deck. Join Doug Komen and Christopher Rowan from Arscientia to learn more about this unique strategy. SUMMARY:SDAC: Devising a Compelling Pitch by Starting With the Use of Funds END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77635 DTSTART:20200917T173000 DTEND:20200917T190000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:Please join us via Zoom for Dan Misleh\, Catholic Climate Covenant "Laudato Si at 5 and the Coming Election" September 17\, 2020\, 5:30 p.m. SUMMARY:Dan Misleh\, Catholic Climate Covenant\, "Laudato Si at 5 and the Coming Election" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77555 DTSTART:20200922T131500 DTEND:20200922T141500 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:The San Diego Housing Federation\, in collaboration with other stakeholders\, has proposed a $900 million housing bond for the November 2020 ballot. Among other things\, this measure would provide homes for approximately 2\,500 homeless people currently living on San Diego's streets\, waterways\, and parks. Join us for a discussion with Stephen Russell\, Executive Director of the SDHF\, to learn more about why there is a housing crisis\, how the proposed measure could help to address the crisis\, and the strategies that the SDHF is using to generate support for it. This event is part of the Urgent Challenges Collective's Fall 2020 Speaker Series and Homelessness & Food Insecurity Action Week programming. Learn more about our other programs on our online calendar! This event is also co-sponsored by the USD Votes initiative. *Note: In order to attend this event\, you will need to register in advance. The Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees 24 hours prior to the event start.* SUMMARY:Understanding the Upcoming Ballot Measure on Affordable Housing END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77380 DTSTART:20200923T120000 DTEND:20200923T140000 LOCATION:Via Zoom DESCRIPTION:CLICK HERE TO GO TO WOMEN'S VOTE CENTENNIAL WEBSITE TO REGISTER AND FOR INTERACTIVE EVENT DETAILS USD School of Law is pleased to present a panel discussion commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote. This event is open to the public\, USD faculty/administrators\, and all undergraduate\, graduate\, and law students. SUMMARY:Bergman Memorial Lecture: 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77465 DTSTART:20200923T130000 DTEND:20200923T140000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:*Zoom link will be sent the day of the event* This event is part of the USD Just Read! program. This event is also aligned with Homelessness and Food Insecurity Action Week 2020\, which is hosted by the Urgent Challenges Collective and a number of partners on and off campus.  Join us as we welcome Conor Dougherty\, author of "Golden Gates: Fighting for Housing in America" for a moderated Q&A. Conor Dougherty is an economics and housing reporter at The New York Times\, based in San Francisco. He is originally from the Bay Area and grew up in San Francisco and Napa. Dougherty took a circuitous route to journalism\, majoring in chemistry at U.C. San Diego and teaching high school math in Berkeley before getting a job as a researcher at the Los Angeles Business Journal in 2000. He made his way up to reporter and worked for the San Diego Union-Tribune and The Wall Street Journal before joining The Times in 2014.   If you would like a question to be considered for the moderated session\, please submit your question(s)\, anonymously\, here. There will be an opportunity to ask additional questions from the audience during the last 15 minutes of the session.  SUMMARY:Fighting for Housing: In Conversation with Conor Dougherty END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77343 DTSTART:20200923T160000 DTEND:20200923T171500 LOCATION:Virtual Event via Zoom DESCRIPTION:Feared enough to figure among the four dreaded horsemen of the Apocalypse\, pandemics bring with them both destruction and rebirth. This multi-faceted and interdisciplinary series of panel discussions explores how pandemics forever change the worlds of those who survive their metamorphic energy.   This week's discussion\, Transforming Faith\, is introduced by: Mike Kelly\, PhD | Philosophy Jamall Calloway\, PhD | Theology and Religious Studies SUMMARY:All Change Here: Pandemics and Transformation // Transforming Faith END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77416 DTSTART:20200923T173000 DTEND:20200923T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:This session focuses on developing a way for your company to scale by creating a clear sales funnel and customer development path that takes into account your TAM and SAM and helps you focus on developing the segments of your SOM to execute a strategy that builds users or revenue that is appropriate for you industry and captivating to investors. SUMMARY:SDAC: Market Opportunity as the Foundation of the Business Model 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:77466 DTSTART:20200924T123000 DTEND:20200924T133000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:*Zoom link will be sent the day of the event* This event is part of the USD Just Read! program. This event is also aligned with Homelessness and Food Insecurity Action Week 2020\, which is hosted by the Urgent Challenges Collective and a number of partners on and off campus.  In the midst of the Great Depression\, Dorothy Day co-founded the Catholic Worker\, a movement of people inspired by the teachings of Jesus to address poverty\, war\, religious and racial injustice\, and more. Join us for a conversation with local members of the San Diego Catholic Worker to discuss the life and legacy of Dorothy Day\, the work of the CW movement historically and today\, and Catholic responses to homelessness in our city. This event is part of Homelessness and Food Insecurity Action Week 2020 and is co-sponsored by the Urgent Challenges Collective and the Center for Catholic Thought and Culture.   Attendees are encouraged to watch Dorothy Day: Don't Call Me a Saint (2007) prior to this event. View the film for free using your USD One credentials at this link: https://video.sandiego.edu/Watch/Gt6q9B8T SUMMARY:The Catholic Worker Movement Then and Now: A Call to Action END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77349 DTSTART:20200929T160000 DTEND:20200929T173000 LOCATION:Virtual Event via Zoom DESCRIPTION:Focusing each week on a particular theme – Water\, Energy\, Food\, Extinction – speakers from the arts\, humanities\, sciences\, and social sciences will reflect on environmental issues of immediate and long-term concern\, model diverse approaches to the climate crisis and the urgent challenges it poses to our civilizations\, and share ideas on how we can adapt to the changes in an increasingly turbulent world.   The Care for Our Common Home series is held on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. PST starting September 29 - October 20. Discussion Topics September 29: Water October 6: Energy October 13: Food October 20: Extinction SUMMARY:Care for Our Common Home: Environmental Justice and Sustainability Across Disciplines END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77417 DTSTART:20200930T173000 DTEND:20200930T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:This session focuses on understanding the unique role of competition in your growing business. Competitors can help you understand where the market is headed\, how you measure up\, and competition can provide some potential exit opportunities for you down the road. SUMMARY:SDAC: Competition\, What it Tells Investors About the Present and the Future END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77636 DTSTART:20201006T140000 DTEND:20201006T150000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:Please join us via Zoom for Dr. Maureen Day\, Franciscan School of Theology Book Launch: Catholic Activism Today October 6\, 2020\, 2:00 p.m. To register and for the Zoom link\, please email us at: cctc@sandiego.edu SUMMARY:Dr. Maureen Day\, Franciscan School of Theology\, Book Launch: Catholic Activism Today END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77488 DTSTART:20201007T123000 DTEND:20201007T140000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:Why is the price of housing so high in San Diego\, New York City\, and London but not in central Tokyo? How have housing policies intended to help low-income families actually made things worse for them? What are some of ways land-use regulations have contributed to homelessness and insecurity? In this talk\, Professor Sanford Ikeda of Purchase College will explain how economics can help us to better understand these problems and find effective solutions to them. This Zoom webinar is free and open to all. Registration is required. SUMMARY:"Using Economics to Untangle the Housing Paradox\," with Sanford Ikeda END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77418 DTSTART:20201007T173000 DTEND:20201007T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:A pitch practice event for anyone engaged or preparing to raise funds with angel investors. Come prepared to pitch! We will have several judges and/or investors and we will do as many 1-miniute pitches as we can. You don't need to sign up separately\, just show up and be prepared to pitch. We'll do the 1-minute round (no slides) then we'll vote. The top 3-4 presenters will come back to do their 3-minute pitch (with slides) Then we'll do a deeper dive on those projects. This is learn-by-doing at its best. SUMMARY:SDAC: Pitch Deconstruction END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77632 DTSTART:20201008T123000 DTEND:20201008T140000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:Please join us via Zoom for the Catholic Perspectives on Racism and White Supremacy Series Bishop Mark Seitz\, Diocese of El Paso "Night Will Be No More: Racism and Hope on the Border" October 8\, 2020\, 12:30-2:00 p.m. Register here: USDfall2020series   SUMMARY:Catholic Perspectives on Racism and White Supremacy Series\, Bishop Mark Seitz\, Diocese of El Paso 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:77489 DTSTART:20201014T123000 DTEND:20201014T140000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:Join Gary Geiler\, Deputy Director for San Diego’s Development Services Department\, for a discussion of housing through the lens of affordable\, inclusionary\, and accessory development. Moderated by Daniel Lopez-Perez\, associate professor of architecture at the University of San Diego. This Zoom event is free and open to all. Registration is required. SUMMARY:A Conversation About Housing with Gary Geiler\, Deputy Director of Development for the City of San Diego END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77419 DTSTART:20201014T173000 DTEND:20201014T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:In this workshop learn more about the intricate balancing act of providing sufficient financial information without overwhelming investors. We will cover key financial topics and how to present information in a way that’s useful. SUMMARY:SDAC: Developing Strong and Realistic Financials END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77633 DTSTART:20201015T123000 DTEND:20201015T140000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:Please join us via Zoom for the Catholic Perspectives on Racism and White Supremacy Series Dr. Tia Noelle Pratt\, President and Director of Research at TNPratt & Associates\, LLC — an Inclusion and Diversity consulting firm. Curator of the #BlackCatholicsSyllabus "The Call is Coming From Inside the House: How Can the Catholic Church Become Anti-Racist?" October 15\, 2020\, 12:30-2:00 p.m. Register here: USDfall2020series SUMMARY:Catholic Perspectives on Racism and White Supremacy Series\, Dr. Tia Noelle Pratt 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:77638 DTSTART:20201019T100000 DTEND:20201019T120000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:Please join Esteban del Rio\, Communication Studies\, David Miller\, History\, Victor Carmona\, Theology and Religious Studies\, and Dr. Jeffrey Burns\, Director\, Center for Catholic Thought and Culture via Zoom for a roundtable discussion on Immigration after our January 2020 Faculty Travel Seminar.  The Frances G. Harpst Center for Catholic Thought and Culture held its 2020 Faculty Travel Immersion Seminar in January. Each year the CCTC takes a small group of inter-disciplinary USD faculty to a place connected in a broad sense with the Catholic intellectual and/or cultural and social traditions. This year the Travel Seminar took place in New York City\, San Francisco\, and San Diego. Give me your tired\, your poor\, your huddled masses\, yearning to breathe free.The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.Send these\, the homeless\, tempest-tost to me.I lift my lamp beside the Golden Door.The current “national emergency” has enflamed the ongoing debate on immigration. For all the sound and fury\, the debate has paid scant attention to the historical roots of immigration to the United States. What does it mean that the United States is “A Nation of Immigrants?” What role has the Catholic Church played? The great historian Oscar Handlin once stated famously\, “I set out to study the role of the immigrant in American history and found the immigrant was American history.” The same may be said of the Catholic Church in the United States—the immigrant was and is U.S. Catholic history. The Church in the United States was\, and continues to be\, an immigrant church. To register and for the Zoom link\, please email us at: cctc@sandiego.edu SUMMARY:Faculty Travel Seminar: The Historical Roots of the Current Immigration Crisis from a Catholic Perspective END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77420 DTSTART:20201021T173000 DTEND:20201021T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION: SUMMARY:SDAC: Valuation\, Cap Tables\, Term Sheets\, and Other Legal and Financial Considerations END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77634 DTSTART:20201022T123000 DTEND:20201022T140000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:Please join us via Zoom for the Catholic Perspectives on Racism and White Supremacy Series Pedros Rios\, San Diego Program Director\, American Friends Service Committee “Federal Enforcement Parameters that should Bridge Border Communities with the Movement for Black Lives” October 22\, 2020\, 12:30-2:00 p.m. Register here: USDfall2020series SUMMARY:Catholic Perspectives on Racism and White Supremacy Series\, Pedros Rios\, San Diego Program Director\, American Friends Service Committee END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77421 DTSTART:20201028T173000 DTEND:20201028T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:A pitch practice event for anyone engaged or preparing to raise funds with angel investors. Come prepared to pitch! We will have several judges and/or investors and we will do as many 1-miniute pitches as we can. You don't need to sign up separately\, just show up and be prepared to pitch. We'll do the 1-minute round (no slides) then we'll vote. The top 3-4 presenters will come back to do their 3-minute pitch (with slides) Then we'll do a deeper dive on those projects. This is learn-by-doing at its best. SUMMARY:SDAC: Pitch Deconstruction END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77467 DTSTART:20201028T173000 DTEND:20201028T183000 LOCATION:Zoom DESCRIPTION:*Zoom link will be sent the day of the event* This event is part of the USD Just Read! program. This event is also aligned with Homelessness and Food Insecurity Action Week 2020\, which is hosted by the Urgent Challenges Collective and a number of partners on and off campus.  More than 1\,500 teens and young adults in San Diego are homeless. What is it like to be young and homeless or housing insecure? What is the impact on health? What is available to help these youth? Join us for a conversation with three panelists about homelessness of teens and young adults and the health consequences. SUMMARY:Youth\, Homelessness\, and Health END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:76888 DTSTART:20201029T090000 DTEND:20201029T140000 LOCATION:Zoom Webinar DESCRIPTION:USD-PITI Conference To Be Held October\, 29th\, 2021  There has been much uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.  For the safety and well-being of the participants this year’s University of San Diego School of Law – Procopio International Tax Institute conference will be held virtually on Thursday\, October 29\, 2020. MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION COMING SOON During the interim period\, we thank you for your continued support of USD-PITI  and encourage you to review our video library of past USD-PITI conferences. This information is now available at no charge for past members and attendees of the conference\, simply click here to get access. SUMMARY:16th Annual USD School of Law-Procopio International Tax Law Institute WEBINAR END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77639 DTSTART:20201029T190000 DTEND:20201029T200000 LOCATION:Virtual Event DESCRIPTION:The University of San Diego’s Humanities Center is honored to host Mark Z. Danielewski\, award-winning author of House of Leaves and National Book Award Finalist for Only Revolutions\, for a discussion of his work\, his latest release\, The Little Blue Kite\, and the new adventure ahead. Danielewski will be in conversation with Joshual Hall\, Department of English. Register for tickets at www.MZDatUSD.eventbrite.com. SUMMARY:An Evening with Mark Z. Danielewski END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77422 DTSTART:20201104T173000 DTEND:20201104T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION: SUMMARY:SDAC: Cultivating Relationships with Investors and Investor Forecasting 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:77423 DTSTART:20201111T173000 DTEND:20201111T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION: SUMMARY:SDAC: Presentation Skills\, Deck Design\, Public Relations END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77507 DTSTART:20201116T183000 DTEND:20201116T200000 LOCATION:via Zoom DESCRIPTION:We are excited to share the artifacts from our November 2019 and January 2020 events! This third event welcomes all for an opportunity to connect with members of your faith community\, discuss what gives us hope in these difficult times\, and creatively envision new ways of working together as a church community to be co-responsible for a future in which all of us can participate fully. We will meet via Zoom. To register: https://tinyurl.com/zoomfaithmeetingusd SUMMARY:SHARING OUR GIFTS TOGETHER: Towards a Participatory and Co-Responsible Church END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77424 DTSTART:20201118T173000 DTEND:20201118T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION: SUMMARY:SDAC: Funding Alternatives to Angel Investing END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77425 DTSTART:20201202T173000 DTEND:20201202T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION:A pitch practice event for anyone engaged or preparing to raise funds with angel investors. Come prepared to pitch! We will have several judges and/or investors and we will do as many 1-miniute pitches as we can. You don't need to sign up separately\, just show up and be prepared to pitch. We'll do the 1-minute round (no slides) then we'll vote. The top 3-4 presenters will come back to do their 3-minute pitch (with slides) Then we'll do a deeper dive on those projects. This is learn-by-doing at its best. SUMMARY:SDAC: Pitch Deconstruction END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77426 DTSTART:20201209T173000 DTEND:20201209T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION: SUMMARY:SDAC: Being Prepared for Due Diligence END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:77427 DTSTART:20201216T173000 DTEND:20201216T210000 LOCATION:TBD DESCRIPTION: SUMMARY:SDAC: Celebration and Application Deadline 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