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Dr. Gach, Women’s History, Adverb Clauses and More!!!

CAMPUS EVENTS

ALL EVENTS ON SAN MARCOS CAMPUS UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

 

Tuesday, March 10, 2015:

  • Alcohol Awareness Event – Every day in America, another 28 people die as a result of drunk driving crashes. Learn how you can take action to keep yourself and your friends safe in social situations where alcohol may be present at our Alcohol Awareness event. Palomar College Health Services Center, Police Department, Counseling Department, Office of Student Affairs, ASG, Vista Community Clinic, the Women’s Resource Center and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) will have great education and resources on topics related to alcohol use and spring break safety. – 11am-1pm SU Quad

 

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

  • Informational Meeting for Transitional/Kindergarten Program – T/K program only. Refer your family and friends. They get priority, and if they enroll, you will be entered into a drawing for a $50 credit toward your bill. Pre-enrollment begins at the meeting. PLEASE RSVP to Pam at pkeinath@palomar.edu or (760) 744-1150 ext. 2758. Adult supervision offered for children ages 2 and up while parents attend meeting. (Parents, please RSVP with names and ages of children by Monday, March 9th). http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/ECELabSchool/kindergarten-program – 5:30pm, Palomar College Early Childhood Education Lab School, Room 6.
  • Resume II Workshop – These workshops will be interactive with hands-on experience in creating a Resume, Cover Letter and adding a resume online by creating a LinkedIn profile. You will be ready to apply for jobs upon completing the workshop series. – 2pm, SU-17 (Career Center)
  • Finding the Right Career for You! (ESCONDIDO CAMPUS) – Free TLC Workshop. – 12:30pm, Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) ESCONDIDO CAMPUS

 

Thursday, March 12, 2015:

  • Women’s History Month Event! – TBD. Hosted by the Associated Student Government. – 10am, SU Quad
  • Come talk 1-on-1 with the CSUSM Admissions Representative! To discuss your future at CSUSM, call 760-744-1150 x2552 to set an appointment. – 9am Transfer Center (SSC-24A)
  • Concert Hour: Patton & Sprague – “Freedom is one of the perks of being a duo,” guitarist Peter Sprague wrote as he and vocalist Leonard Patton prepared this performance. “We frequently start one song, make up some new sonic material, create some loops and then attempt a safe landing in another aural vista.” Look for jazz, samba, Americana and music from The Beatles! – 12:30pm, D10 (Performance Lab)

 

Friday, March 13, 2015:

  • Free HIV Testing – Free & confidential HIV testing is provided by Vista Community Clinic and all participants will receive an incentive! The Health Centers also provide appointments for women’s and men’s health, birth control, pregnancy tests, breast exams and more! Please call to make an appointment: (760) 744-1150, extension 2380. – 9am-12pm, Health Services Center (HC building)
  • Palomar Symphony Orchestra/Brass Ensemble with Dr. Peter Gach, Piano – Music that navigates emotional waters, from tears of joy to fierce longing and homesickness to deep connections with important waterways during times of cultural repression. Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1 Smetana: The Moldau Weller: Flow My Tears Directed by Ellen Weller Tickets:$15 General, $12 Seniors and Staff, $10 Students available online @www.palomarperforms.com or 760.744.1150×2453. – 7pm, Howard Brubeck Theatre
  • Adverb Clauses: A FREE ESL Workshop – What is a clause? What is an adverbial clause? What ideas can an adverbial clause express? If you want answers to these questions, if you want to really take your sentence production to the next level, then come to this free English Learners’ Friday (ELF) workshop. You will review and learn a great skill to write multiple ideas in the same sentence. – 11am, H-118 (ESL Computer Lab)

 

Saturday, March 14 2015:

  • Palomar Symphony Orchestra/Brass Ensemble with Dr. Peter Gach, Piano – Music that navigates emotional waters, from tears of joy to fierce longing and homesickness to deep connections with important waterways during times of cultural repression. Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1 Smetana: The Moldau Weller: Flow My Tears Directed by Ellen Weller Tickets:$15 General, $12 Seniors and Staff, $10 Students available online @www.palomarperforms.com or 760.744.1150×2453. – 7pm, Howard Brubeck Theatre

 

MONDAY, MARCH 16 – SUNDAY, MARCH 22 2015: SPRING BREAK!!!!!

 

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