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Events

Friday,
Apr 12
Second Week Deadline
Avoiding Plagiarism Workshop(9AM - 10AM)
This workshop provides an overview on the various forms of academic dishonesty regarding plagiarism. Participants will learn when, where, and why it is important to cite properly. Students will also learn how to avoid plagiarism and the information presented will stress the need to attribute work to the original author and the potential outcomes for plagiarizing. Additionally, paraphrasing, and direct quoting will be discussed.
This is part 1 of a 2 part workshop, please also register for Python Intro for Libraries Part 2 This lesson introduces programming in Python for library and information workers with little or no previous programming experience. It uses examples relevant to a range of library use cases. It is designed as a prerequisite for other Python lessons that will be developed in the future (e.g., web scraping, APIs). The lesson uses the JupyterLab computing environment and Python 3. Prerequisites: Learners need to understand what files and directories are and what a working directory is. Learners must install Python and JupyterLab, and download the dataset used in the lesson, before the workshop begins.
Swing by for a turbo-charged 15-minute career advising session to gear up for the Career Fair like a pro! The Career Center is your ultimate pit stop for a confidence boost as you rev up to connect with employers. Join us over Zoom for lightning-fast insights on the following pit crew services: ?? Tune up your Resume for a smooth ride! ??? Craft the perfect Elevator Pitch to leave 'em speechless! ?? Dive into Research Companies and discover your dream ride! ?? Master the art of Networking and cruise toward success! Don't miss this pit stop opportunity to fine-tune your career engine. Drop in and let's race toward success together! For more information about Career Center events and services, please visit our website at : https://career.ucla.edu .
Are you a freshman looking to make early connections? Are you a sophomore, planning ahead for next year? Are you a junior, still looking for an internship or a senior looking for an internship? Schedule 1:1 sessions with employers or group sessions any time between 12:00-4:00 PM Join us on April 12th anytime between 12-4pm! This is a virtual event, facilitated by Handshake so you can connect from anywhere! No standing in lines! Schedule your sessions ahead of time and talk with employers 1-on-1. Feeling a little shy? Sign up for a group session and gain insight from the employers, directly. This is the last open industry career event of the academic year to find an internship, so don't miss out! Don't miss out!
Drop-In With Josh(1PM - 3PM)
Feel free to drop by and chat with RISE staff! Whether you want to discuss campus mental health resources, get connected to CAPS, manage academic stress, or just need someone to talk to, we're here for you.
Anderson School of Management’s Technology Business Association and Entrepreneur Association present the 2024 Embracing AI Summit, which showcases the intersection of business and technology. Leaders from both sectors will join UCLA Anderson to explore the impact of AI, as well as the potential for change it can bring into industry. The summit will include panel discussions with investors, innovators, and industry practitioners.
As we move into spring quarter, join the LGBTQ CRC on Friday, April 12 from 1:30-3:30pm in the John Wooden Center Games Lounge for an open discussion on the intersections of community care, public health, and disability justice! Come learn from from one another how we can continue to show up from a place of holistic care. This will be a 2-hour facilitated program that will include goodie bags and a giveaway or two, as well as a sharing of resources for the community. High-quality masks will be provided and are strongly encouraged. You do not need to identify as LGBTQ to attend this event — all are welcome!
Learn how to navigate faculty mentorships while working on your research or creative project.
Men's Soccer vs TBA(2PM)
2024 WCSA Regionals
Learn how to navigate faculty mentorships while working on your research or creative project.
Designed as a follow-up to Secrets to Winning College Cash Part 1, this workshop walks participants through the strategic process of conducting routine online searches for scholarships. Participants who wish to enroll in this workshop must attend Secrets to Winning College Cash 1 prior to this Workshop Date. Enrollment closes at 10:50am PT on the day of the workshop. Enrolled participants can access the Zoom link for this workshop in my.ucla.edu Academics -> Advising and Academic Services -> Workshops: https://be.my.ucla.edu/groupmanager/Events/Event/Reservations PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER FOR REMINDER EMAILS. At the beginning of the workshop, you must provide your UID number to verify your status as a UCLA student who is on the Workshop Roster. CSSE workshops are protected intellectual property and recording is not allowed.
Presentation- UCLA Latinx Admit Weekend Tesoros Event(6PM - 6:45PM)
First To Go will be presenting at the UCLA Latinx Admit Weekend Tesoros Event. We will be sharing helpful information and first-gen resources with newly admitted students. Prepare your questions and feel free to ask us. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Q&A with "Masc" series co-curator Jenni Olson; Dan Bustillo, incoming assistant professor, UCLA Department of Gender Studies. Based on the life of Brazilian poet Anderson Bigode Herzer, who committed suicide at the age of 20, this intense drama tells the story of Bauer (Ana Beatriz Nogueira), a trans man who navigates a difficult life in an orphanage before finding love with a young librarian, Clara (Aida Leiner).
Saturday,
Apr 13
Bruin Day is an exclusive, annual event designed for admitted freshmen and their families to learn about our world-class academic programs, research opportunities, financial aid and campus resources. You can also take guided campus tours, explore housing, connect with fellow students and experience Bruin life. UCLA is yours to discover!
UCLA's Annual Dangling Bruin Climbing Competition is open to climbers of all levels, including those who have never competed in indoor bouldering before. All participants will receive a Dangling Bruin commemorative t-shirt.
Triathlon at Club Triathlon Teams
Nationals[LINK]
Men's Soccer vs TBA(8AM)
2024 WCSA Regionals
Women's Lacrosse vs Stanford(9AM)
WWLL Playoffs
Women's Lacrosse vs UC Davis(9AM)
WWLL Playoffs
Tabling/Presentation- UCLA Bruin Day(9AM - 3PM)
First To Go will be presenting and tabling at UCLA Bruin Day. and event aimed at incoming students. Feel free to prepare any questions you may have, we are excited to share first-generation student information with incoming students. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
“Love’s Labour and the Angelic Beloved: Voices from Cypriot Renaissance Poetry” Lecture by Irene Papadaki, University of Cyprus on the occasion of National Poetry Month Event is free; Advance RSVPs requested at link below The reception of Italian lyrical poetry in Cyprus during the time of Venetian rule (1489-1571) yielded rich fruits. The precious collection of Cypriot love poems, preserved in a unique manuscript at the Marciana Library in Venice, is a mature expression of Renaissance reflections and artistic sensitivity. Simultaneously, it reveals a convergence of the island’s intellectual milieu with the vibrant life of the Italian peninsula. Themes such as the superiority of the beloved and her parallelism with the sun, the lover’s attraction to the sublime, his obsession with her idealized image, communication through the gaze, conflicting feelings, melancholy, and the tendency for isolation, the experience of a endless death, the loss of self, or the exchange of souls if love is reciprocal—all reflect not only in poetry but also in the philosophy of the Italian Renaissance. The identity of the lyricist or lyricists who composed this high-quality poetry remains a mystery to this day, despite scholars’ interest since the late 19th century in the authorship of the collection. The recent discovery of a musical score of one of the Cypriot love poems and its Italian prototype, has opened new research horizons. The score is the work of the Calabrian composer Giandomenico Martoretta, who visited Cyprus in the mid-16th century and dedicated his works to members of noble families on the island. This event attests to the existence of a circle with literary and artistic interests, within which we could place, if not the composition itself, at least an aspect of the reception of Cypriot Renaissance love poems. Eirini Papadaki studied Greek Philology at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Crete. She was a fellow researcher at the Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Studies in Venice. In 2005 she submitted her doctoral dissertation at the Department of Philology at the University of Crete. She has taught courses in Modern Greek Literature at the University of Crete and at the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Cyprus, where she has been working since 2014. She has also taught at the Hellenic Open University. She participated in various research projects of the Hellenic Institute in Venice, the Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation, the Sylvia Ioannou Foundation, the A.G. Leventis Foundation and the University of Cyprus. This event is held under the auspices of the Embassy of Greece in the USA, the Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus in the USA, the Consulate General of Greece in Los Angeles, and the Honorary Consul General of Cyprus in Los Angeles.
Men's Soccer vs TBA(12PM)
2024 WCSA Regionals
Sunday,
Apr 14
Men's Rowing vs USC Dual
Men's Soccer vs TBA - Semifinal(8AM)
2024 WCSA Regionals
UCLA School of Nursing Hike Day at Temescal Canyon(10AM - 1PM)
Get excited- UCLA SON is going hiking! Join your Faculty, Staff, and peers for a hiking day at Temescal Canyon. Let's bring the UCLA SON community together by enjoying the outdoors and promoting healthy lifestyles! RSVP via QR code. ~Light lunch provided~
Men's Soccer vs TBA - Final(12PM)
2024 WCSA Regionals
Seats for the Gryphon Trio concert will go on sale at 12 noon on Tuesday, March 12, 2024. $40 General Public/$10 current UCLA students with valid UID. Please note, seats are very limited and will sell out within minutes. The program includes Shostakovich, Wijeratne, and Mendelssohn. Please see our website for full event details.
Monday,
Apr 15
The UCLA First-Gen College to Career Pathways (FGCCP) is a newly launched initiative developed by the Career Center designed to intentionally engage and guide First-Generation College Undergraduate Students (FGCUS) in achieving career success. As part of the FGCCP programming, we will be hosting First-Gen (FG) Career Drop-Ins throughout the academic year to support FG undergraduate students with the topics listed below. Seeking career advising as a first-generation student? Drop-in for a 1:1, 15-minute undergraduate career advising appointment in the Career Center Studio! Stop by to speak with the Career Center about your career journey this quarter! *Drop-Ins are first come, first serve! Drop-In Topics: • Resume + Cover Letter Review • Career Exploration + Job/Internship Search • Graduate and Professional School Preparation • Networking + Interviewing Tips • And More!
We invite you to join Staff Assembly on Monday, April 15, 2024 at 12 PM, for our virtual event, Meet the Leaders: The Doctor Is In: A Conversation with Dr. John Mazziotta, Vice Chancellor of UCLA Health Sciences and CEO of UCLA Health. Ten staff members will be randomly selected from across the UCLA Health and UCLA campus. Please complete the online application by 3:00pm on Wednesday, April 10, 2024. If your application is selected, you will be notified by Friday, April 12, 2024. Eligibility: •All staff members who have at least one year of service and currently hold career or contract appointments may apply to attend. •Staff classified as Senior Management Group are not eligible. •Staff who have not attended a Meet the Leaders event in the past will be prioritized for consideration in the random selection process to ensure new staff members have the opportunity to participate.
Food/Giveaways/Prizes and much more!!! Stop by the Career Center (2nd floor) to learn about all the fun and informative events taking place during Pre-Health Application Week (April 15- 20)! Meet with student organization representatives, campus and external partners to learn about pre-health resources and opportunities! Students who attend can enter into a raffle for an MCAT Test Prep Book Bundle ($200+ value)! Invited organizations (list subject to change): • COPE HEALTH SCHOLARS Program • CTSI-RAP UCLA • David Geffen School of Medicine (DGSOM) Admissions • HEALTH PROFFESSIONS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: US ARMY • Peace Corps • Princeton Review • Kaplan Test Prep • ScribeAmerica • UCLA Care Extenders Program • UCLA PREP and SHPEP Programs
Self-Care for Caregivers Luncheon(12PM - 1:30PM)
Join the RISE Center for FREE lunch and stay for an interactive workshop on Self-Care for Caregivers. Whether you are a parent or take care of a loved one, you are invited!
Selfcare for Caregivers Luncheon(12PM - 1:30PM)
We joining the RISE Center for lunch & selfcare! Lunch provided on a first come, first served basis - SwD attendees will have a chance to win a SwD Backpack (woohoo)! NO RSVP NEEDED
Drop-In with Val(1PM - 3PM)
Feel free to drop by and chat with RISE staff! Whether you want to discuss campus mental health resources, get connected to CAPS, manage academic stress, or just need someone to talk to, we're here for you.
In this workshop Kaplan Test Prep will guide you through identifying the necessary test prep resources for your law school journey. Join us as we learn how to best prepare for the law school admissions test. Additionally, please register on Kaplan's website here: https://bit.ly/uclakaplanlsat
Already Friends: Crochet Night(5PM - 6PM)
Join us for an all levels crochet hangout. Are you already a skilled crocheter? Feel free to bring what you’re working on. Always wanted to learn? Just bring yourself. We will have a tutorial, someone to help & supplies to learn on. All are welcome!
Dental school admissions officers demystify the admissions process. Gain inside perspectives to help you navigate your journey and shine as a candidate. Participating Schools/Programs (subject to change): Corey Allen Berry Admissions Counselor, Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry, USC Sarah Campos Recruiter- Graduate Health Professions Programs Western University of Health Sciences Basic Dental Principles Courses UCLA uclabdp@gmail.com Agenda (subject to change): • 5.30 - 5.45pm: Welcome Students & Career Center Services • 5.45 – 6.00pm: Basic Dental Principles Presentation • 6.00 - 7.00 pm: Dentistry School Admissions Q&A Rotations
The need to nurture connections and build a broad supportive environment at UCLA is more important than ever. The Jewish holiday of Passover is a unique opportunity to extend a hand of camaraderie and explore all of our stories of oppression and freedom. With the partnership of UCLA's Dialogue Across Differences, the UCLA Interfaith Living Learning Cooperative, the University Religious Conference (URC) the Chaplains Council, and the Hillel at UCLA, we look forward to having you join in this Jewish and community tradition of retelling the story of liberation at our UCLA Interfaith Passover Seder. This program is participatory and we will invite each participant that would like to have a role in the program. This seder is by invitation only and will be attended by Jewish and non-Jewish student leaders, UCLA administration and staff, UCLA faculty and key community Hillel stakeholders. Seats are limited at this very special event and will be released first come, first serve. You must RSVP to claim your seat at the seder table (see below).
Tuesday,
Apr 16
Pancakes with Police(8AM - 11AM)
UCPD is inviting the UCLA community over for breakfast on Tuesday, April 16, from 8-11 a.m. Join them for free pancakes and coffee while you meet their officers and enjoy interactive displays, photo opportunities, and station tours. BruinCards are required for entry by participants and their guests.
Reflect with RISE(11AM - 12PM)
Come to the RISE Center for a moment of stillness. Grab a cup of tea, meet community members, and practice mindfulness, spirituality, thoughtfulness, and stillness.
This is the "official" AAP New Student Orientation Workshop - mandatory for students interested in becoming members of AAP. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
Applicants to medical school now have to take the PREview and Casper, which are situational judgement tests (SJTs) schools are using to screen applicants. Come learn more about the logistics of these tests and the purpose of SJTs. We will take a closer look at both tests as we go through a Casper prompt and a PREview question together to unpack how to approach the answers. Presenter: Joanne Snapp CEO, My Honest Advisor
Presented by the UCLA Library and the Jacob Marschak Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Mathematics in the Behavioral Sciences Speaker: Aaron Kaufman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Political Science at New York University, Abu Dhabi Virtual Reality is a powerful technology with broad applicability to many domains: it is used in professional training for pilots, surgeons and the military; in academia, researchers in cognitive, developmental and social psychology use it productively. As VR hardware becomes cheaper and more accessible, it will expand to even more areas of professional life. This talk introduces the use of Virtual Reality as a tool for behavioral research in political science and economics, showing how VR compares favorably to both lab and field experiments across two recent applications. The first application studies perspective-taking, a key component of building empathy and reducing discrimination and prejudice. Using a stray dog shelter as a case study, the VR interventions improve empathy more effectively than standard laboratory interventions, and nearly as effectively as field interventions at significantly lower cost. The second application develops a toolkit for inducing emotions using VR interventions paired with haptic, vibrotactile vests. VR interventions can produce emotions, especially fear, relaxation, and surprise, much more effectively than standard tools. In doing so, the long-standing relationships between those emotions and important political and economic outcomes fail to reproduce, particularly conservativism and risk aversion. This talk will be held in person and via Zoom. Light refreshments will be served.
Drop-in for a 1:1, 15-minute career advising appointment at the Students with Dependents Office in the Bruin Resource Center (BRC)! The Career Center will be popping in the BRC throughout the fall quarter to support students with dependents on the topics listed below. Stop by to speak to the Career Center about your career journey! *Drop-Ins are first come, first serve! Drop-In Topics: • Resume + Cover Letter Review • Career Exploration + Job/Internship Search • Graduate and Professional School Preparation • Networking + Interviewing Tips • And More!
Learn all about the URC-HASS RAP Lab Fellowship, Undergraduate Research Fellows Program (URFP), Undergraduate Research Scholarship Program (URSP), UCLA/Keck Humanistic Inquiry Undergraduate Research Awards (Keck Fellows), Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF), Research Revealed, Summer Fellows Program, and the Summer Research Incubator, as well as how to apply!
We receive questions about the MCAT everyday: When do I take the MCAT? How do I study for the MCAT? What's a good MCAT score? We’ve compiled some of our most commonly asked questions and are here to answer them for you to help you better understand what to expect from the MCAT and how to set yourself up for test day success. Attendees can enter a raffle to win the following prizes: MCAT Qbank, MCAT Admissions Consulting package, $1,000 Delta gift card and $1,000 hotels.com gift card. Also, attendees can schedule 1:1 time with Kaplan MCAT experts! Registration Link: https://bit.ly/kaplanuclaphaw24
UCLA students can apply for $300-$17,000 scholarships through the Undergraduate Research Center - Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. Learn all about the URC-HASS RAP Lab Fellowship, Undergraduate Research Fellows Program (URFP), Undergraduate Research Scholarship Program (URSP), UCLA/Keck Humanistic Inquiry Undergraduate Research Awards (Keck Fellows), Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF), Research Revealed, Summer Fellows Program, and the Summer Research Incubator, as well as how to apply!
Twenties Talk w Julia & Josh(4PM - 5:30PM)
Join us for a "Twenties Talk" where you can engage in conversation about the unique experiences of navigating your 20s! Whether you're seeking advice, sharing your journey, or simply looking to connect with fellow peers, we want to offer a space to bring students together to talk about this transformative decade!
Wheelchair Basketball(4PM - 7:30PM)
UCLA Wheelchair Basketball is open to all students, faculty, staff and non-UCLA community members with or without physical disabilities. All levels of experience are welcome! Individuals without disabilities are encouraged and welcome to play! You will not be "taking a spot" from someone with a disability. This inclusive program allows students of ALL abilities to participate together in an Adaptive Sport. It is a fun, friendly environment. Come out, try a new sport, and meet some new people! Instructors provide safety information and instruction to all participants. Basketball wheelchairs are provided, but feel free to use your own if you have one. You are not required to play the entire time. Drop in and out when you can!
The personal statement can be an intimidating part of any scholarship application! In this workshop, you’ll learn brainstorming and writing techniques that can help focus and hone your writing skills for well-written scholarship statements and essays. Enrollment closes at 10:50am on the day of the workshop. Enrolled participants can access the Zoom link for this workshop in my.ucla.edu Academics -> Advising and Academic Services -> Workshops: https://be.my.ucla.edu/groupmanager/Events/Event/Reservations PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER FOR REMINDER EMAILS. At the beginning of the workshop, you must provide your UID number to verify your status as a UCLA student who is on the Workshop Roster. CSSE workshops are protected intellectual property and recording is not allowed.
Join us for a Q&A with admissions representatives from esteemed MD/DO schools. Attendees will be entered into a raffle for an MCAT Test Prep Book Bundle ($200+ value)! Schools invited (list subject to change): UCLA DGSOM Keck School of Medicine of USC The Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix CHSU College of Osteopathic Medicine Western University of Health Sciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine
Wednesday,
Apr 17
Movement and Meditation(10AM - 11AM)
Take some time to relax, stretch, and breathe through movement and meditation.
Do you have legal immigration questions, and want to get professional answers? The UCLA Legal Services partners with the Dashew Center on a monthly basis to offer free legal services. This is a free consultation with an immigration lawyer hosted via Zoom. No RSVP required. Sessions for April: 17th from 10-12pm Zoom Meeting ID: 98924654582 Passcode: 526311 Contact: intlprograms@saonet.ucla.edu Cost: Free
Attendees will learn about UCLA's Pharmacology program, the field of pharmacology and potential career opportunities. AGENDA (subject to change): 12.00PM – 12.15PM: Welcome and Review of Career Center Services/Resources 12.15PM – 12.30PM: What is Pharmacology? (Pharmacology vs. Pharmacy) & How can undergraduates get involved in research - Dr. WU 12.30PM – 1.00PM: UCLA’s Pharmacology Program: Admissions Process and Requirements/Undergraduate Research Opportunities – Emily Fitch 1.00PM – 1.30PM: Q@A with Dr. Wu and Graduate Students of the Program • Shirley Zhang and Alfredo Gonzalez
Generative AI is having a moment. As tools like ChatGPT, Bing and DALL-E grow in popularity, how can we cut through the hype and engage them critically? In this workshop, we will explore how consumer-facing AI tools perpetuate bias and discrimination, discuss strategies for ethical use and challenge the inevitability of robot overlords. The workshop is open to learners of all backgrounds and experience. This workshop will be offered via Zoom. If you're registered, you'll receive the Zoom invitation information the day of the workshop. Instructors: Shelby Hallman, Physical Science and Engineering Librarian; Alexandra Solodkaya, Rothman Family Food Studies Librarian; Ashley Peterson, Research & Instruction Librarian, Media and Data Literacy
Drop-In with Jaci(1PM - 3PM)
Feel free to drop by and chat with RISE staff! Whether you want to discuss campus mental health resources, get connected to CAPS, manage academic stress, or just need someone to talk to, we're here for you.
This is the "official" AAP New Student Orientation Workshop - mandatory for students interested in becoming members of AAP. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
Learn quantitative methods for conducting north campus research. Click here to join us on Zoom: https://bit.ly/urcworkshop
Learn quantitative methods for conducting north campus research.
Learn research methods for interviewing subjects including question design, how to do an interview, and project management at this free virtual workshop for undergraduates. This workshop is hosted on Zoom (https://bit.ly/urcworkhop).
Learn how to interview research subjects and design questions.
Looking for a job or internship in industry, government, or a nonprofit? Join us to learn and practice strategies for identifying what elements of a job or internship are most important to you, efficiently using online tools, and creating systems to find, apply to, and track jobs or internships. Registration opens two weeks before the event date and is limited to graduate students.
UCLA Spring 2024 Health School Fair Wednesday, April 17, 2024 from 4:00 - 7:00 PM at Ackerman Grand Ballroom Interested in applying for Health/Medical School? Then this fair is for you. Meet with some of the top Institutions in the country and find out about the best programs and admission details, such as: Ask in-depth questions about the application and selection process Learn about financial support options Network with admissions representatives Save on travel costs by comparing schools side-by-side *Don't miss the additional events taking place during Pre-Health Application Week on Monday, April 15th thru Friday April 19th!*
Does the scholarship search confuse you? Do your web searches yield thousands, if not millions, of useless links? Guided by the CSSE's experts, you’ll learn techniques to help you save time and hone your research skills so you can find the right scholarship opportunities for you! You’ll also learn how to think about your profile and strengths the way scholarship donors do. Enrollment closes at 10:50am PT on the day of the workshop. Enrolled participants can access the Zoom link for this workshop in my.ucla.edu Academics -> Advising and Academic Services -> Workshops: https://be.my.ucla.edu/groupmanager/Events/Event/Reservations PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER FOR REMINDER EMAILS. At the beginning of the workshop, you must provide your UID number to verify your status as a UCLA student who is on the Workshop Roster. CSSE workshops are protected intellectual property. Recording is not permitted.
Ask a Psychiatrist(5PM - 6PM)
Interested in psychology? Taking pre-med courses? Curious about psychiatry services at CAPS? Then join us for a Q&A with Dr. Yancey!
2024 - Native Cultural Cuisine Night(5PM - 9PM)
De Neve Dining, The American Indian LLC, and The American Indian Student Association invite you to the Native Cultural Cuisine Night De Neve Dining Hall.
Tatreez Tutorial(6PM - 8PM)
A guided demonstration on how to create tatreez, a Palestinian form of embroidery, will be provided to all participants as well as items to create the tatreez themselves.
Co-presented by the Hammer Museum at UCLA. Celebrate the intersections of Armenian musical heritage with exquisite performances of works by Armenian classical composers in Western and Ottoman music traditions. The concert will feature an exciting lineup of musicians including Antranig Kzirian, known for his innovative style of oud interpretation, and the UCLA VEM Ensemble under the directorship of violinist and UCLA music professor Movses Pogossian. Enjoy an evening of music by Gomidas Vartabed, Kemani Sebuh Simonyan, Kemani Tatyos Ekserciyan, Koharik Gazarossian, Tigran Mansurian and other composers brought to you by the UCLA Armenian Music Program in observance of the Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day. ATTENDING THIS PROGRAM? Ticketing: Admission is FREE. Your seat will be assigned to you when you pick up your ticket at the box office. Seats are assigned on a first come, first served basis. One ticket per guest. Box office opens one hour before the event. Seating is not guaranteed.
Thursday,
Apr 18
This is the "official" AAP New Student Orientation Workshop - mandatory for students interested in becoming members of AAP. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
Botany Brown Bag: Dr. Felipe Zapata - "Trees of Trees"(12PM - 1PM)
Join us for a new Botany Brown Bag lunch and learn series! This free public lecture series is continued by Dr. Felipe Zapata, who will give a talk entitled "Trees of Trees" on April 18 at 12pm. Stop in on your lunch break and take home some historical insights about trees in the Mathias Botanical Garden. RSVP not required. Bring your own lunch!
Botany Brown Bag: Public Lectures at the Garden(12PM - 1PM)
Bring your lunch to the Garden and enjoy casual science talks! "Trees of Trees: Historical insights about trees in the Garden" by Dr. Felipe Zapata April 18 at 12pm in the La Kretz Garden Pavilion
Are you interested in working for a global, family-owned company that places high value on diversity and strives to create an inclusive environment where everyone can be their best? How about a company that creates a pipeline for diverse leadership by striving to ensure their company leadership reflects the diverse world in which they do business? Enterprise Mobility operates a global network that covers nearly 100 countries, nearly 90,000 dedicated team members, and 2.1 million vehicles taking customers wherever they need to go. We will be hosting an information session on Thursday, April 18th at 12pm (PST). Come learn about our origin story, philanthropy, culture and about our award winning business management trainee position. as well as internship opportunities.
Attendees will have the opportunity to network with students who were admitted to a variety of healthcare professional programs (MD, PA, PH, DDS, etc.) across the nation.
Drop-In with Nadine(1PM - 3PM)
Feel free to drop by and chat with RISE staff! Whether you want to discuss campus mental health resources, get connected to CAPS, manage academic stress, or just need someone to talk to, we're here for you.
Learn the most effective search strategies for finding what you need. Cornerstone Research Workshops support you in all stages of the research process, from developing a research question to presenting your work! Learn all about the research process and research opportunities at UCLA. Join us in Powell Library CLICC C (room 320C) and Zoom (Click here to join us on Zoom: https://bit.ly/urcworkshop)
Learn the most effective search strategies for finding what you need at the UCLA Library for your research or creative project during Cornerstone 3: Finding Sources at the UCLA Library Workshop. The Cornerstone Research Workshops support you in all stages of the research process, from developing a research question to presenting your work!
We Make 2024(4PM - 8PM)
Vamos a We Make! We Make unites UCLA and Los Angeles makers of all skill levels and disciplines to showcase their inventions, crafts, talents, and innovations. We Make is experiential, and we hope that you will leave inspired to create!
Designed as a follow-up to Secrets to Winning College Cash Part 1, this workshop walks participants through the strategic process of conducting routine online searches for scholarships. Participants who wish to enroll in this workshop must attend Secrets to Winning College Cash 1 prior to this Workshop Date. Enrollment closes at 10:50am PT on the day of the workshop. Enrolled participants can access the Zoom link for this workshop in my.ucla.edu Academics -> Advising and Academic Services -> Workshops: https://be.my.ucla.edu/groupmanager/Events/Event/Reservations PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER FOR REMINDER EMAILS. At the beginning of the workshop, you must provide your UID number to verify your status as a UCLA student who is on the Workshop Roster. CSSE workshops are protected intellectual property and recording is not allowed.
Meet with recruiters and learn about the various opportunities at Skechers!
Health Career Networking Night(5PM - 9PM)
Health Career Networking Night is an event that hosts around 50 healthcare professionals and around 250 undergraduates. Pre-health undergraduates can come to network with professionals in the fields of their interests or explore possible career paths
In this program, students will learn about the application process and requirements of Optometry programs and have the opportunity to network with graduate students and/or accomplished professionals from this fields. Attending Schools and Programs (subject to change): UC Berkeley Ardi Samonte, MA Associate Director of Admissions Marshall B. Ketchum University Thomas Rainey Director of Optometry Admissions Mobile Eye Clinic UCLA Pamela Duarte and Anne L. Coleman https://www.uclahealth.org/departments/eye/mobile-eye