This semester the Office of Student Engagement has the following events and workshops planned. If you have any questions about the events below please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All events will be hosted via Zoom. We look forward to connecting with you soon!
Wednesday, October 28 | IMS Pre-colloquia colloquia fall social | 3 – 4 PM | Register here
Virtual learning and social distancing have posed extra challenges to connecting this semester with faculty and friends, that’s why the IMS department and the Office of Student Engagement invite you to form community with your colleagues this Fall and join us for our “Pre-Colloquia Fall Social” preceding the CCMS Colloquium Event.
Join the IMS Faculty, Students and Staff for an hour of socializing that includes breakout rooms with logic/crypto puzzles, and games! Get your mind fired up with Graduate Assistant Ryan O’Dowd and Student Support Specialist Violet Luxton.
Thursday, October 29 | Drucker school of management empower social hour | 4 – 5 PM | Register HERE
Come get revived with a social hour of re-engagement and empowerment with the Office of Student Engagement and The Drucker School of Management with Student Support Specialist Amir Woods and Assistant Director of Programs and Student Life Brittany Pervorse.
Join us for an interactive sharing exercise, success stories, and Q&A sessions with our student panelists and Associate Director from the Drucker Office of Career Strategy Jeff Boian. This is an opportunity to learn more about the resources to help you navigate the mid-point in your semester and hear from fellow students in Drucker on their perspectives in grad school. We hope this session will empower and revive you!
Bring your cup of coffee or beverage of choice and join us for an afternoon of community, connection, and rejuvenation!
Creative Zoom background is optional.
Friday, October 30 | CISAT skills share lab | 12 – 1 PM | Register HERE
The Center for Information Systems & Technology (CISAT) and the Office of Student Engagement welcome you to a “Skills Share Lab” with Graduate Assistant Temitayo Arikenbi and Student Support Specialist Violet Luxton. Come prepared to learn and share practical knowledge and skills pertinent to your interest in the field of IS&T. Each student attending will have 5 minutes to share their practical skill, article or information and how it relates to their overall academic and professional success. Open to both MS and PhD students, presentation is optional and not required to attend!
tuesday, november 10 | fright night: the role of gender and race in horror films | 12 – 1 PM | Register HERE
Halloween may have passed but the horror genre is here to stay. This discussion, hosted by the Office of Student Engagement, will include students from the School of Arts and Humanities and be centered on an examination and critique of the horror genre and its promotion of gender-based stereotypes and racial injustice. This panel will be facilitated by staff members David Altman, MA in Humanities with a concentration in Cinema & Media Studies and David Estudiante, Assistant Director of Student Engagement.
thursday, november 12 | community coffee break for parent scholars | 10:30 – 11:00 AM | Register HERE
Are you a Parent Scholar looking to build community with other parents. Join the Office of Student Engagement for 30 minutes on Thursday, November 12, from 10:30 am-11:00 am and hear from Claudia Caceres, a Ph.D. candidate in Information Systems & Technology. Claudia holds a master’s degree in Information Systems and Technology from CGU. Claudia will share her experience being a parent and graduate student while also leading the CGU Student Parent Organization.
thursday, november 12 | Happy Hour and fun with the division of behavioral and organizational sciences | 4:00 – 5:00 PM | Register HERE
Come join the Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences (DBOS) and the Office of Student Engagement for an evening of fun and games! Bring your beverage of choice and get ready for some good laughs and vibes!
thursday, november 12 | public health talk wrap up | 5:00 – 5:15 PM | Instagram live
Join as the Office of Student Engagement takes over the School of Community and Global Health Instagram account. Student Support Specialist, Allyssa Ungrue, MPH will go live via IG at the conclusion of the Racism in Public Health Talk. Allyssa will facilitate conversation around Dr. Lindsey Treviño’s talk on “Environmental Racism”.
Wednesday, December 2 | How do social justice movements influence your field or art? | 4 – 5:30 PM | Register HERE
2020! Not only were we impacted by a global pandemic, but we also saw a rise in social justice movements across the nation. Join the Office of Student Engagement and a panel of SAH students to discuss how 2020, specifically the pandemic and social justice movements have impacted their field or artwork. Come engage in a conversation regarding ways you can reinterpret movements and create equitable practices in your field. This discussion will be facilitated by David Estudiante, Assistant Director of Student Engagement.
Friday, December 11 | community coffee break for parent scholars | 12:30 – 1:15 PM | Register HERE
Are you a Parent Scholar looking to build community with other parents. Join the Office of Student Engagement for a community coffee break on Friday, December 11 at 12:30 pm. Let’s talk final papers and projects and tips on self-care over the winter break.
Ask Me Pop-ups
The Office of Student Engagement hosts monthly pop-ups to engage with students and build community. During these virtual drop-ins we partner with resources, campus and consortium wide, and share information regarding upcoming events, workshops, programs and much more. We hope that you take the time to join us for an upcoming pop-up to meet with your student support specialists and hear about all of the amazing events and resources that are forth coming.