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GLOBAL CITIZENS LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

February 17, 9:30AM, Argyros Forum

Civic Engagement Initiatives

Join fellow activists, advocates, and change-makers to discuss public issues and build a community of global citizens working to make our world a better place. The Global Citizens Leadership Summit will feature two seminar sessions, a complimentary lunch, and the Dedication & Unveiling of Chapman University’s new campus Peace Pole.

Speakers include: Dr. Whitney McIntyre Miller, the Orange County Coastal Commission, and more!

RSVP and fill out a short pre-registration form here: https://orgsync.com/22989/events/1785263/occurrences/4189440 Please contact civic@chapman.edu with any questions.


WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP FORUM: IGNITING THE FLAME

February 18. 8:30AM, Argyros Forum 209ABC

College of Educational Studies, SchoolsFirst Credit Union

We are thrilled to present an exciting opportunity to attend the College of Educational Studies inaugural Women’s Leadership Forum sponsored by SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union. Hear from two dynamic keynote speakers about how to discover your life’s passion, keep the flame lit and empower others to do the same. A panel of women from different industries will share their personal passions and career advancement advice. People of all ages, genders and backgrounds can choose from six breakout sessions of their choice, led by current leaders in their field.

The registration fee is $20 for Chapman students and $30 for the general public, which includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Networking opportunities will be available throughout the day, so don’t forget your business cards.

Login to purchase your ticket before Monday, Feb. 13: http://www.chapman.edu/womens-leadership-forum


BLACK EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ART

February 20, 4:30PM, Argyros Forum 119A

Black Student Union

Join Black Student Union for a program on Black empowerment through art as a part of Black History Month. This program will host Perry an Artist that focuses on Black Empowerment.  Attendees will get to hear Perry speak as well as be guided through an art session.


13TH DOCUMENTARY SCREENING

February 21, 5PM, Argyros Forum 209A

Civic Engagement Initatives

“From slave to criminal with one amendment.” | An in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation’s history of racial inequality.


THE SIKH SOLDIER IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

February 22, 5PM, Leatherby Libraries

Leatherby Libraries

You’re invited to attend a lecture by Dr. Santanu Das from King’s College in London titled, The Sikh Soldier in First World War Culture: Image, Music, Words – on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 5 p.m. in the Center for American War Letters Archives, Leatherby Libraries, Lower Level.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Dr. Santanu Das teaches in the English department at King’s College London. He is the author of Touch and Intimacy in First World War Literature. He is the editor of Race, Empire and First World War Writing and The Cambridge Companion to the Poetry of the First World War. He recently published a photographic history entitled 1949-1918: Indian Troops in Europe. He is currently completing India, Empire and First World War Culture which formed the basis of BBA Radio 4 series.

SPEED FAITHING

February 23, 7PM, Wallace All Faiths Chapel

Fish Interfaith Center

Explore your beliefs and build relationships across faith boundaries! The event will follow a speed-dating format with a meaningful and spiritual twist as we investigate life’s big questions. Deepen your understanding of reality as you discover new perspectives.


CHAPMAN LAW DAY/DIVERSITY DAY

February 25, 8AM, Kennedy Hall 1st Floor Patio

Chapman Law

Chapman Law cosponsored, along with LSAC’s DiscoverLaw.org Months and the Minority Law Student Association (MLSA), an event that encouraged racially and ethnically diverse students to discover the importance of college and continuing on the path to success. Current students, alumni, and special guest speakers inspired students to reach higher education.


BET GALA

February 25, 8PM, Fish Interfaith Center

Black Student Union

Join Black Student Union for a BET Gala as a part of Black History Month.


WOMEN IN WAR AND PEACE

March 7, 7PM, Wallace All Faiths Chapel

Fish Interfaith Center, Wilkinson College

This panel will highlight two key initiatives within Wilkinson College: the MA Program in War and Society and the college-level speaker series “Empowering Women Through the Creative Industries.” This event will showcase the role humanities can play in encouraging creative thinking about the problems women face when dealing with the complex topics of war and peace. Joining Peace Studies faculty member Liza Leitz will be Beth Bailey from University of Kansas, Heather Stur from The University of Southern Mississippi, and Kara Dixon Vuic from Texas Christian University.


AAHHE PRECONFERENCE WORKSHOP - RECRUITING AND RETAINING LATINO/A STUDENTS: STRUGGLES, CHALLENGES AND COMMITMENT

March 9, 9AM, Chapman University 

American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education, Office of the President, Office of the Provost, and College of Educational Studies at Chapman University

Pre-conference workshop hosted by Chapman University and AAHHE. With welcoming remarks by President Daniele C. Struppa, Ph.D., Chapman University. Featured speakers include Dr. Antonia Darder, Leavey Presidential Endowed Chair of Ethics and Moral Leadership, Loyola Marymount University and Dr. Miguel Zavala, Associate Professor, College of Educational Studies, Chapman University. Followed by a Chapman University Student Panel.

To register for this event, fill out this form: https://orgsync.com/109109/forms/234292


WORLD CAFE ISLAND SOUL: A CELEBRATION OF HAWAI'IAN MUSIC AND CULTURE

April 8, 7:30PM, Musco Center for the Arts

Musco Center World CAFE

Musco World CAFE presents Island Soul: A Celebration of Hawai’ian Music and Culture featuring Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wēkiu and the Masters of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

Come and enjoy a day-long festival of Hawai’ian culture and music, with free outdoor performances and events all afternoon featuring acclaimed local Hawai’ian musicians and dancers, craft booths, food and fun for all ages. In the evening, the Masters of Slack Key Guitar join the thrilling dancers of Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wēkiu for a dazzling theatrical experience that blends traditional and contemporary Hawai’ian music and dance.

Daytime events: FREE! Reserved Tickets for 7:30 pm concert: $25-$50 Chapman Students: $10 off with ID (any level) Chapman Faculty & Staff: $5 off with ID (any level) A limited number of VIP Tickets will be available for $65


THE HEARTBEAT OF MEXICO

May 28, 1PM: Free Events; 6PM: Concert, Musco Center for the Arts

Musco Center World CAFE

It’s fiesta time once again on the Aitken Arts Plaza! Following the huge success of last year’s Heartbeat of Mexico festival and concert, Musco World CAFE presents the 2017 edition by popular demand! Enjoy free performances by many of Southern California’s top Mexican and MexicanAmerican performing groups, plus culture and arts booths, delicious food on sale and much more.

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