Unwind and unplug at the ACC! A new study that compared the different brain processes used for writing by hand and typing has found that there are cognitive benefits to putting a pen to paper. Psychology Today published that writing can help the brain to develop the logical functions required for successful math and science learning, in addition more »
Asian Cultures Around Campus featuring Japanese Origami and Paper Crafts
September 02 4:00pm
Learn the art of Japanese origami and other paper crafts! Beginners are welcome and encouraged, and lessons are free and open to the public. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Informal classes will meet every Wednesday during the semester to practice. Instructor: Chiaki Arai.
Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Latinos and Native Americans in Science Call-Out Meeting
September 03 6:30pm
Are you interested in research, medicine, or just LOVE science? Join our supportive open community! Who: Students and scientists at any level. What: Mentoring, professional development, local outreach, and national conference attendance. Questions? Email email@example.com
Latino Studies Brown Bag Series
September 04 12:00pm
Dr. Sylvia Martinez, Associate Professor in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, and the Latino Studies Program will be presenting her work on The College Information Gap among Latino/a High School Students. More info contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
La Casa Retreat
September 04 4:30pm
Designed for current and new students, La Casa’s Retreat aims to provide an opportunity to connect with other Latino students, Latino faculty and staff and other campus leaders. To sign up, please stop by La Casa by August 28, 2015 at 5pm. A $5.00 (check) commitment fee per person will be due when you sign up. Meals and transportation more »