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If you plan to graduate in the Spring, your audit is due!
Not sure if you need to complete one? Check with your advisor.
Not sure if you’ve already completed one? Check with your advisor.
Just feeling like checking in about your progress? Check with your advisor.
She misses you!
Welcome to Fall! REMEMBER THAT CLASSES START NEXT WEEK, the week of August 29!
- Do you have your syllabus?
- Do you have your textbook?
- Have you prepared your first night’s assignment (see syllabus)?
See below for classrooms.
Looking forward to seeing you next week!
|Day||AUGUST 29 – OCTOBER 15 Labor Day 9/5/16|
|Mon||HSP2221-08 SENIOR SEMINAR – MADDEN Cuvilly 1|
|HSP2203-08 COMMUNICATION SKILLS – DAVIS WICK Cuvilly 23|
|Tues||HSP2218-08 SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS – ARBORE Cuvilly 1|
|REL2250-08 RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD – LIPOWITZ SM 204|
|CANADA||PSY2180-08 HIST/SYSTEMS OF PSYCH – NYLAND Bldg 5, Room 223|
|CANADA||BUS2008-08 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUS – LADINE Bldg 5, Room 227|
|Wed||ENG2624-08 CHILDREN’S LIT – VISSER KNOTH Cuvilly 21|
|CUL2124-08 MODERN FRANCE – LAROCHE DAVIS SM 208|
|BUS2224-08 CORP FINANCE – HUA Cuvilly 22|
|HSP2227-08 MARKETING FOR NPO’s – BARSI Cuvilly 7|
|PSY2101-08 PERSONALITY THEORY – NYLAND Gavin Hall 2|
|MISSION||BUS2006-08 PROFESSIONAL WRITING – STREICHER MT 18B|
|HSP2218-10 SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS – ARBORE MT 18A|
|Thur||BUS2600-08 OPERATIONS AND INFO TECH SYS – FREEMAN Cuvilly 6|
|BUS2048 HUMAN RESOURCE MGMT – MADDEN Cuvilly 1|
|on-line||BUS1100-08 MACROECONOMICS – VERMA (on-line)|
|Sat||REL2620-08 WAY OF THE EARTH – ASHLEY 10AM – 2PM Cuvilly 7|
|BUS2079-08 – WKPL COACH SANTAMARIA SEPT 17 9AM – 4PM SM 113|
Fabulous Human Services student (now graduate) Chris Lee put together this video to highlight the work of as many of our capstone projects as he could this year. Not all are there and we will have another post soon highlighting each of them, but the ones who are there are showcased beautifully. Thanks, Chris for this great video, thanks to all who participated for letting us highlight your work, and thanks to all of the 2016 capstone students for the amazing work that you are doing in the community.
A few weeks ago San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White spoke to our class (see Facebook post for details). We’re also pleased to have had the chance to learn from Fire Chief Bruce Martin (an alum), Belmont City Engineer Leticia Alvarez, local attorney Leticia Toledo, and SF General Hospital Children’s Asthma Clinic founder Nan Madden. This past week we welcomed NDNU President Dr. Judi Greig for a wonderful conversation about her career journey, her experience as a woman in leadership roles, and the classes’ observations about what they have learned thus far in the course. The overall theme was one of inspiration, learning from each other and from leaders in various settings about various opportunities and approaches. Thanks so much to this awesomely interesting and inspiring class and to all of our guest speakers.
Looking for a job or think you might be in the future? Want to learn about emerging trends that help distinguish you from the competition in networking and presenting your qualifications? Come to this (FREE) workshop to learn the value of creating e-portfolios (mandatory for Human Services students in the Senior Seminar course; valuable for all); get tips on how to make an e-portfolio interesting using innovative technology; and discuss the clinical, professional, and ethical implications for using them, especially for those interested in a career in psychology.
Also! Tips on using digital/social media in a job search; best practices for writing cover letters, resumes, and prezumes.
Intrigued? We hope so….! Presenters will include Dr. Helen Marlo, Program Director of the Clinical Psych department; Dr. Therese Madden, Program Director of the Human Services program; John Tran, Clinical Psych Master’s student (and technology wizard); Dr. Craig Brewer, Dean, School of Business and Managmenet; and Hannah Yanow, Advising Analyst, Clinical Psych department. Presented by the Clinical Psych Department.
Location: Sobrato, Bay Room, at 350 Twin Dolphins Drive, Redwood Shores. (From 101, turn East from the Ralston/Marine Parkway exit (instead of West, which you would choose if going to campus). Make a right at Twin Dolphins Drive, which is at the second stop light. 350 Twin Dolphins Drive will be a few blocks down, on the right. Lots of parking available!
Date: Tonight, Monday, November 3, 2014.
Need to improve your study skills? Confused about APA requirements for a paper? Struggling with writing or research strategies? The University Center at Cañada College and the A2B Program offers a series of FREE evening workshops that can help.
Open to all and free!
See information below and on the attached: Canada Workshop Flyer Fall 2014