|Thursday, April 26, 2017 | 5:00 – 7:30 pm|
|Accounting Club Announces BPM Visit|
|Burr Pilger Mayer (BPM) is one of California’s largest accounting and consulting firms. They are visiting Skyline College on Wednesday, April 26, to network with students at Skyline and NDNU and to share insights about the firm and careers in the financial industry in a fun and informal family feud-style setting. They are happy to discuss internship and career opportunities. Free food provided! See the flyer.|
Contemporary Professional Writing, LARRAGOITI, SM 204
Business Policy, MULVEY, CU 9
Human Services, BARSI, CU 7
Marketing Principles, LIM CU 6
Tuesday at Canada:
Professional Ethics and Social Responsibility, RENDE, Building 5, Room 227
Tuesday at Tracy:
International Business, GOHAR, Transit Center
French Cinema, LAROCHE DAVIS, SM 208
Religions of the World, LIPOWITZ, SM 204
Wednesday at Mission College:
Human Relations in Organizations, BEDFORD CARTER, MT 17A
Professional Ethics and Social Responsibility, REYNOSO, MT 17B
Counseling Skills, ARBORE, CU1
Management Principles and Org Behaior, DAVIS WICK, CU23
Thursday at Canada:
Abnormal Psychology, NYLAND, Buildin 5, Room 227
Hybrid: Managing Cultural Diversity, DAVIS WICK, CU 6
March 25 Only: Facilitation Skills, SANTAMARIA, CU9
I saw this sign posted today outside of the Registrar’s office and thought that it offered inspiration and a vision of hope. Sister Julie Billiart founded the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, who of course in turn founded our university. She faced many challenges, but throughout her life spoke up for those who were fleeing persecution, ministered to those who were hungry, and created institutions by which education was made accessible to those who would otherwise have been excluded from such opportunities.
The social justice and community engagement mission of NDNU carries on this legacy though our many passionate and determined students who apply innovation,ethical action, intelligence, and compassion to serve others and bring justice to today’s world.
Just imagine what’s next!
A reminder to get your syllabus, text books, and complete your first night assignment. Come to class next week prepared!
Advising for summer and fall classes will begin in April. Classrooms will be posted soon.
Looking forward to seeing everyone next week!
This is a reflection shared by David Muir, a Human Services student:
Enjoy this week off…Term II classes will begin the week of March 13. We will have your classroom posted for you soon….
For those who have asked about summer and fall classes, registration begins at the end of March. Look for an email in your student account from “Sign Up Genius” with available dates to meet with your advisor.
See you soon!