“SDSU has strong traditions in both the arts and sciences, and an innovative group of artists and scientists is taking important steps by exploring the synergies between the two.” Find out more about the ingenious way the arts and sciences are working together by reading President Hirshman’s latest blog post.
“In prior blogs, I described some of the experiences of international students at our university and more about our international partners, and here I would like to talk more about why international programs are essential to our students and to SDSU’s future.”
To read the rest of the President Hirshman’s blog post, CLICK HERE
Do you love San Diego State University? Has your college experience been enhanced by participation in a student organization? Do you want to share your experience with admitted and prospective students and their families?
Then apply online to be a part of the Student Organization Village at Explore SDSU 2015!
On March 14, 2015, SDSU opens its doors to admitted and prospective students and families, alumni, and community members. We invite you to register your student organization to participate in this event and help showcase all of the wonderful things student organizations do for the San Diego State community. For more information about Explore SDSU, visit the Explore SDSU Website.
The deadline to register to participate in the Student Organization Village is December 5, 2014. Click here to sign up your organization today!
On October 25, the American Association of University Women, San Diego Branch is presenting this multi-disciplinary panel discussion and forum on current campus sexual assault issues. The event will also include a 20 minute self-defense demonstration by Ka’imi Kuoha, a 7th degree black belt in Kara-Ho. Click on the flyer for more information about this wonderful event!
Commuter Student Appreciation Week is October 13-October 17. There will be events all week long in the Commuter Resource Center (ASU-210P). Make sure you stop by and check out all of these fun events!
Monday October 13th 4:00pm-6:00pm
Game Night: Come to the Commuter Resource Center to enjoy a night of games!
Tuesday October 14th 6:00pm
Movie Night: Enjoy a movie in the Commuter Resource Center
Wednesday October 15th 4:00pm-6:00pm
Scavenger Hunt: Learn interesting new facts about SDSU while on a fun scavenger hunt around campus. The winning team will receive 20 free pages of printing!
Thursday October 16th 11:00am-12:00pm
Bingo: Come join us in the Commuter Resource Center for a fun game of bingo. Winners will receive free pages of printing!
Friday October 17th 3:00pm-5:00pm
Trivia Night: Test your SDSU knowledge with a fun night of trivia in the Commuter Resource Center!
Like ‘SDSU Commuter Life‘ on Facebook to stay up to date with all of the wonderful events that will be happening throughout the semester!
SDSU Commuter Students,
Right now you commute to SDSU, but one day soon you will commute to your career!
SDSU Career Services Office and the Commuter Resource Center have partnered to bring to you the “Commuter to Career” series of workshops to assist you in your career development (courtesy of an Aztec Parent Association Grant).
These workshops and events were designed with you in mind. Check these out:
- Strong Interest Inventory – this online inventory contains 291 items that ask you about your preferences in regards to occupations, subject areas, activities, leisure activities, people and characteristics. It takes between 35 and 40 minutes to complete. The first 100 students will receive this $10.00 inventory FOR FREE at Career Services.
- Career Workshops (attend these to get 10 free prints in the Commuter Resource Center):
o Connecting to Career Services
o Dynamic Resumes & Cover Letters
o LinkedIn & Social Media
o Commuter Gathering 2014 with Career Services Professionals
- Professional Meet & Greet/Etiquette Luncheon – a free etiquette luncheon while networking with alumni and employers. First 50 students to RSVP only! Event date and time: Nov. 20, 2014, 11: 30am-1pm
As a reminder of the traditions of freedom of expression at San Diego State University, President Hirshman has written a new blog titled Free Speech at SDSU. The post reviews principles and policies regarding speakers and protesters on campus and explores the relationship between freedom of expression and civil discourse and politeness. It is a great read that truly reminds all of us what it means to be a member of the SDSU family!