This Week @ SDSU! (March 11, 2013)


Hey Aztecs, in case you haven’t had a chance to look at the Event Calendar or check your AzteCast application on your smartphone, here are some of the events that are going on next week.

Monday, 3/11:

Voting for AS Elections begins! Vote online in your WebPortal account.

Tuesday, 3/12:

This Tuesday is a big day for our Aztecs out there that are looking into becoming an entrepreneur in the future. Entrepreneur Day is just around the corner and gives our Aztecs the opportunity to meet other entrepreneurs in the San Diego area. The Entrepreneur Village that is going to be set up is the perfect way to express yourself and your ideas for the future. So feel free to come on out to Campanile Walkway and see what all the commotion is about.

Wednesday, 3/13:

This Wednesday, we have the great opportunity to host the 2013 Kyoto Prize Symposium. This event is hosting Dr. Ivan Edward Sutherland. He will be discussing advanced technologies and computer graphics. This event is free to students and will take place at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center from 10:00am-11:30pm. If you are interested in attending please feel free to register before at

Thursday, 3/14:

This Thursday, SDSU will be hosting a Korean Culture Night. The event will include Korean traditional and modern songs, dance, music, taekwondo, food, and more! The Korean Culture Night will take place in Peterson Gym 153 from 6-8PM. This event is free and open to the public. So stop on by and enjoy some of the characteristics that make the Korean culture so vibrant and exciting!

Friday, 3/15:

On Friday, SDSU will be hosting the 23rd Albert W. Johnson Research Lecture. This event will feature Dr. Emmorey, Professor of Speech, Language and Hearing Science and Director of San Diego State University’s Laboratory for Language and Cognitive Neuroscience will deliver her presentation titled “The signing brain: What sign languages reveal about human language and the brain”. The event will take place in Arts and Letters 201 from 3-5PM. The lecture is open to the university community and to the public, free of charge. Seating is limited, however, and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to arrive early!

That is all the events that you need to know about for next week. For all information about the events on campus feel free to check out AzteCast for all your on campus events!

As always stay classy Aztecs!

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