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On the Belmont Campus:
Professional Ethics and Social Responsibility, Ladine: CU 23
Modern France, Laroche-Davis, SM202
Marketing for NPOs, Barsi, CU7
At Mission College:
Stress in the Workplace, Bedford-Carter, MT 17B
Social Research Methods, Arbore, MT 17A
Looking forward to seeing you soon!
Alicia is a wonderful instructor and you are sure to learn a lot while enjoying an interesting day.
If interested, see your adviser!
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Our Wednesday Mission College class will meet in the same location – the President’s conference room. Your instructor is new to that classroom, so please show him around. You’ll welcome two new students to the class, too. Have fun!
The Tuesday Human Services class with Ralph Barsi will be in Cuvilly 7. Cuvilly is freshly remodeled; enjoy!
The Thursday Managing EAPs class with Ralph Barsi will be in Cuvilly 1.
For other classes that begin this week, check your course schedule on The Portal or check in with us in Tabard. We’re glad to show you where to go and it is always nice to see you.
Classes started last night; sorry to post this a day late and glad that everyone seems to have found their classes anyway. Cuvilly is a construction zone right now, so our classes have shifted to other parts of the campus. See below: GH refers to “Gavin Hall,” which is above Tabard (up the steep stairs) and SM is Saint Mary’s, which is where the Registrar and Business offices are.
Also, ‘grab n’ go’ food service is available in the cafeteria from 4-8PM. Not a huge selection, but students last night reported that the food was good.
Welcome to summer! (Now let’s hope for some sun before July!)
BUS2600-08 Operations and Tech Systems, Nellis, SM 208
HSP 2248-08 Managing Cultural Diversity, Madden, SM115
HSP 2203 -08 Communciation Skills, Arbore, SM117
BUS 2250-08, Personal Financial Planning, Hua, GH9
REL 2260-08 Islam Faith and Pratice, Lipowitz, SM204
HST 2020-01 World History, Andrews, SM207
BUS 2010-08 Professional Ethics and Social Responsibility, Ladine, GH2
CUL 2248-08, Latin America in Film, Gomez, SM204
PHL 2420-08, Philosophy of Love, Delaporte, GH9
MTH 1114-08 Algebra for College, Wong, SM208
HST 2020-03, World History, Andrews, SM207
Wednesday at Mission College
BUS 2006-08, Professional Writing, Ross, SE3-401 (Main Building, NOT where we’ve been meeting)
BUS 2300-08 Marketing Principles, Holtzman, GH9
HSP 2218-08, Social Research Methods, Arbore, SM208
BIO 2108-08, Contemp. Environmental Issues, Shellabarger, SM207
Thursday at Canada College
PSY 2157-08, Abnormal Psychology, Nyland,
Saturday, June 20
BUS 2079-08, Workplace Coaching, Santamaria, CU6
The following is the University’s recently updated Diversity Statement:
- We have had a written policy Diversity Statement for almost two decades.
- We include a Diversity Council representative on all hiring committees to ensure fair and inclusive processes and consideration of candidates.
- The Core Curriculum for undergraduates has long required Cultural Diversity coursework.
- Our faculty has named Inclusive Excellence as a criterion for evaluation during the tenure and promotion processes.
- Our Diversity Council periodically evaluates the climate of the campus and makes recommendations for improvement.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Judy King at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up and for the location.
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Contemporary Professional Writing, Larragoiti, SM 208
Business Policy, Barden, CU9
Human Relations in Organizations, Davis-Wick, CU21
Human Services, Barsi, CU1
Tuesday at Canada
Prof. Ethics and Social Responsibility, Rende, Canada 5-227
Islam Faith and Practice, Lipowitz, Canada 5-223
French Cinema, Laroche-Davis, SM208
Linguistics, Larragoiti, SM118
Human Services Financial Management, Kaplan, CU7
Legal Environment of Business, Ladine, SM207
Wednesday at Mission
Managing Cultural Diversity, Madden, Mission MT18A
Philosophy of Science, Ortiz-Bautista, CU23
Management Principles and Organizational Behavior, Davis-Wick, CU22
Counseling Skills, Arbore, CU 7
Women’s Spirituality, Lipowitz, CU6
Alternative Spring Break applications are now available. If you are interested in participating in an alternative spring break in either Mendocino, CA or at St. Bonaventure Indian Mission in New Mexico, you can pick up an application in the Sr. Dorothy Stang Center (behind the Chapel). For a flyer on the Mendocino trip, click here. Both look like excellent opportunities to learn, contribute, and have fun; students in the past who have participated have been very enthusiastic and the faculty who are leading each trip are lovely, inspiring people.
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