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April 19 - May 2

Thursday, April 20
10 am - 10:45 am, ED 4108

Contracts & Grants Office, Reading Your Recaps

Get an update on grant management policies and procedures. Zoom link:https://zoom.us/j/3942992596


Thursday, April 20
4:30 pm - 7 pm, ED Bldg.

Teacher Education Program
2nd Annual School Maker Faire

This event will celebrate hands-on activities related to robotics, circuits, crafts, building, and other pursuits. This particular Faire will be distinguished by showcasing how the Maker Movement exhibits the new move in Science Education to engage students of all ages in engineering and in the practices of science and engineering practices. It will provide a fun learning experience for local school children and provide inspiration and resources for local teachers.


Friday, April 21
12 pm - 1 pm, ED 1217

Pete Flores III, Why the Hell Are White People So Mad?

Pete Flores III, Director of Student Services of Santa Maria Joint Union High School District, will draw parallels to years of institutional and systemic barriers that continue to exist for students of color and their families in the P-12 public schools. He will share his personal experiences of dealing with bias, prejudice, and discrimination, while on his cultural proficiency journey to include his present day struggles advocating for much needed social justice change both in the district and community. This presentation will invite reflection and dialogue from participants.


Sunday, April 23
11:40 am - 12:25 pm, SRB

Evelyn Plumb, Using Positive Psychology to Enhance Happiness & Wellbeing

CCSP student Evelyn Plumb presents a workshop as part of the UC Mental Health Conference.


Monday, April 24
2 pm, ED 1217

TEP Information Meeting

For applicants: this meeting provides information regarding the structure of the credential program with the Master’s Degree in Education (M.Ed.); university, program, and state requirements for admission; and instructions for completing the online E-App.


Tuesday, April 25
1 pm - 2 pm, ED 1215

GSAE, Open Meeting


Tuesday, April 25
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm, ED 1215

GSAE, The Social Brew

Free food, caffeine, and time to connect for students, faculty, and staff.


Tuesday, April 25
6 pm, MCC Lounge

Bernd Reiter, Bridging Scholarship and Activism

By reflecting on his own trajectory from being a social justice activist and social worker turned scholar and researcher, Reiter describes how moving through various spaces around the globe exposed him to further explore intellectually the contingencies between the freedoms associated with globalism and the desires to find social connection. In these journeys Reiter, now Professor of Political Science at the University of South Florida, redefines what constitutes activism without constraints that tend to define both the traditional ivy-tower and the neoliberal university.


Wednesday, April 26
6 pm, SRB MCC Theater

Starving the Beast: The Battle to Disrupt and Reform America's Public Universities

Should higher education be a profitable commodity or a public good? This film examines the ongoing power struggle on college campuses across the nation as political and market-oriented forces push to disrupt and reform America’s public universities. Financial winners and losers emerge in a struggle poised to profoundly change public higher education.


Thursday, April 27
7 pm, Pollock Theater

Maryam Kia-Keating, Moderates Panel after Screening of In Utero

CCSP Professor Maryam Kia-Keating moderates a panel of UCSB faculty who will discuss the film In Utero. In Utero is a cinematic rumination on what will emerge as the most provocative subject of the twenty-first century – life in the womb and its lasting impact on human development, human behavior, and the state of the world. The event is free but a reservation is recommended in order to guarantee a seat; reservations may be made online.


Saturday, April 29
7 pm - 9 pm, Salon Del Rey A, Hilton Palacio Del Rio

AERA 2017 - San Antonio, TX, University of California Schools of Education Reception