Internship and Volunteer Fair TODAY

30 09 2014

InternshipfairSept14From 3-6PM in St. Joe’s Lounge.  Please stop by!  Lots of interesting opportunities in various fields.





Bilingual Volunteers Needed

26 09 2014
PT ConferenceFrom Jim McGarry, Director of NDNU’s Dorothy Stang Center for Social Justice and Community Engagement:
Belle Air School in San Bruno is one of NDNU’s most important community partners. They are looking for help with their Parent/Teacher Conferences again this year. They need Spanish- English translators to insure that both families and educators maximize the benefit of these crucial conferences. This is our third year with this project.
The dates and times are as follows:

Monday , October 20 1:30-3:30pm 3 volunteers needed Parent-Teacher Conference translation

Tuesday, October 21 1:30-3:30pm 3volunteers needed Parent-Teacher Conference translation

Wednesday, October 22 1:30-3:30pm 3 volunteers needed Parent-Teacher Conference translation
Please RSVP to Diana Enriquez-Field at denriquez@ndnu.edu or 508-3462. PTconference2
Thank you,
Jim
Jim McGarry
Notre Dame de Namur University
1500 Ralston Ave., Belmont, CA 94002
(650) 508-4120





Free Webinar Today on Adult Learners

25 09 2014

Nexus

 

NDNU

Join Tish (Dr. Tish Davis-Wick) and Therese (Dr. Therese Madden) online TODAY at 11:00 if you can… we’re going to be talking with NEXUS4Change (and you too, we hope) about building a culture and community that supports nontraditional college students. It is FREE and the link to sign up is here.





Poetry Reading Tonight

24 09 2014

thistles

From Jacki Berger in Creative Writing:  Please come to Wiegand Gallery tonight at 7:30 to hear wonderful Bay Area poets Matthew Zapruder and Austin Smith, then stay for the reception and book signing.

Added benefit: viewing the Wiegand’s current show The Roots of Spirit.   Here’s a preview of the poetry, from one of the poets:

Thistles

My father would wake early and calmly
go about the business of giving himself
cancer. Red, the color itself,
sloshing in the tank behind him,
he’d drive the fencerows all morning,
spraying thistles.
I’ve always loved thistles
for how they hold their beauty
apart from us,
their purple blossoms
more beautiful for being
pain’s fountaining,
like the beauty of the pain of martyrs.
In this way also they are
like those rare creatures,
mountain lions, owls, you
never dream of seeing, much less
touching. Which is why
he had to kill them
from a distance, a spherical mist
hanging in the air, a tongueless
bell of poison. Because who scythes
anymore? I can still see my father
unmasked like an actor backstage,
breathing as deeply
as he ever breathed,
while behind him already they were
beginning to yellow
like old, old annals in a chest
of drawers no one opens anymore.

Austin Smith, Almanac, Princeton University Press





Financing Your Degree

23 09 2014
financingDo you know someone considering returning to college to complete a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or a credential, but doesn’t know how to  afford it? There are multiple options for adults returning to college to complete a degree to help finance their education.
Come to an upcoming free event TONIGHT at 6:30 p.m. to learn more!
The event will be held at our off-site location at: 350 Twin Dolphin Dr., Redwood City, CA in the Sobrato Center for Nonprofits — Redwood Shores.
To RSVP please visit our Admission Event page: http://www.ndnu.edu/admissions/events/.
If you are unable to attend, the information is also available to download as a White Paper. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Admissions office at 650-508-3600.
Image courtesy ndnu.edu




Parking Permits

23 09 2014
parkingpermitOK, not glamorous or exciting, but this definitely falls in the “need to know” category.  These are the LAST THREE DAYS that you can purchase parking permits during the evening hours.  From the Director of Public Safety Daniel Torrez:
Please pass this information along to any students who may be speaking about parking permits/registration/citations:
 
The Department of Public Safety Parking Services will once again have extended hours of operations for those students who failed to purchase a new permit or register their vehicle on campus. The extended hours were initially held August 18th – September 12th to coincide with the new semester/academic year. Extended hours of operation will be as follows:
 
Tuesday, September 23rd-Thursday, September 25th 8:00am-6:30pm.
 
Normal hours of operation, M-F 8:00am-4:00pm will resume on the 26th. This information will also be delivered to their NDNU student email account, which is the preferred method of communication for official business. Please ask your students to check their student email on a regular basis.
Respectfully,
Daniel
Daniel L. Torrez, MA
Director of Public Safety
Notre Dame de Namur University
1500 Ralston Ave.
Belmont, CA 94002
Tel: 650-508-3505
Fax: 650-508-8077
Image courtesy hollywoodfl.org




Banned Book Week

22 09 2014

bannedFrom the library:

September 21st-27th is banned books week and the library is celebrating with a photo booth! Come to the library, grab your favorite banned book, have a friend take your photo and then send it to library@ndnu.edu!

 

Image courtesy norwichlibraries.org








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