Bill McKibben is a renowned environmentalist and founder of 350.org, a grassroots climate change movement that has organized 20,000 rallies around the world. He is the author of 18 books, including "The End of Nature," which has been translated into 24 languages and is widely considered to be the first book on climate change for a general audience.
Learn techniques to help students get the most out of online discussions. Learn and discuss with online teaching and learning experts how to provide rubrics, create reflection activities, provide strategic feedback and more.
Opportunity for architecture students to learn a little bit more about life after school through panel discussions, workshops, and guest speakers.
Every day, patients of all ages are in critical need of blood. To increase the available blood supply in the area, two SDSU health organizations are teaming up with American Red Cross and hosting a blood drive on campus. Help save lives by coming to donate!
Donors can go towww.redcrossblood.org to register for the drive. To find the drive, enter 57007 into the search bar in the upper right hand corner of the page.
Winter/Spring Lunch & Learn #4 - Articles of a Treaty: An Educational Art Exhibit about the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868 - featuring a live video conference discussion with exhibit curator, Dr. Craig Howe, and artists who created works for this powerful Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS) exhibit.
Join us 12:00 - 1:00. Bring your own lunch and a friend and we'll supply plates, cutlery and beverages. We'll move to the auditorium for the video conference discussion from 12:15-12:50 (you can eat while we talk).
This year's speaker is Linda Garrelts MacLean, Interim Dean at Washington State College of Pharmacy. This event is open to everyone.
Be inspired to show the earth some love and join UPC in watching the documentary “Bag It”. Enjoy appetizers and refreshments along with the screening.
After the movie there will be a Q&A with the SDSU Sustainability Club, Earth Day themed trivia, and prizes!
Questions? Contact Abby Mikel atSDSU.UPCLectures@sdstate.edu. Sponsored by the University Program Council and SDSU Sustainability Club.
There are many ways to assess student success in the modern higher education class. But how do instructors determine the best assessment method (or methods) for learners? And how do instructors know if the assessment has been effective?
Join us for this brief demonstration of the assessment tools in D2L’s Brightspace platform. We’ll highlight how these tools can help accommodate different learning and instructional styles.
Discover how to:
Join us in the VBR from 6-9pm for Open Mic Night! Sign up at Info Exchange or show up ready to perform!
Questions? Contact Saloni Singh at SDSU.UPCShowcase@sdstate.edu. Sponsored by the University Program Council.