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National Hispanic Heritage Month Activities 2019

MODA Better Together Fashion Show & Career Expo

MODA Better Together Fashion Show & Career Expo

Fashion Merchandising & Design Program event

Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our fashion students at the MODA Fashion Show! This annual event highlights the creativity, passion, and dedication that our students have for the fashion industry!

 

Fashion Merchandising & Design Programs host SNEARKERKIT USA Tour, Saturday, November 4th!

THIS SATURDAY, NOV. 4th come join the Palomar College Fashion Programs at Palomar College for the SNEAKERKIT USA TOUR. Learn how to DESIGN and CREATE your own pair of SNEAKERS!!! The One day workshop is open for Students and the Public to enroll. It will go from 9am – 5pm, Cost is $160 for the full day workshop. Sign up today as space is limited. VISIT web page to enroll today.
https://www.sneakerkit.eu/

Saturday, November 4th, SNEAKERKIT USA TOUR

Political Economy Days – October 25 & 26, 2017

PE Schedule – Fall 2017

Political Economy Lectures October 25 & 26

Wednesday, October 25

8:00 –

9:25 a.m.

Marquesa Cook-Whearty, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Palomar College: #takeaknee: A Visual History of Kneeling as Rhetoric”

 

MD – 157

9:35-

11:00 a.m.

Michael Byron, Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Palomar College & Mira Costa College: “The Political Economy of Global Warming: Science, Realism and Denialism”

MD – 157

Anastasia Zavodny, Adjunct Professor of Economics & Business Administration, Palomar College: “Fun & Games with Economics: Everyday Applications of Game Theory”

 

 

SSC – 1 (Governing Board Rm)

11:10 a.m.-

12:35 p.m.

Sanford Lakoff, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, UCSD: “The Language of Politics”

 

MD – 157

Angel Garcia, Political & Election Campaign Strategist: “Local Government: The Different Layers and its Impact on our Daily Lives”

 

 

SSC – 1 (Governing Board Rm)

12:45 –

2:10 p.m.

David Lake, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, UCSD: “International Legitimacy Lost: Rule and Resistance When America Is First”

 

 

 

MD – 157

Ranjeeta Basu, Professor of Economics, CSU San Marcos: “The Economics of Happiness: Does Higher Income Always Lead to Happiness?”

 

 

 

 

SSC – 1 (Governing Board Rm)

Ian Ruskin: Trained as an actor in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Performed on Stage and on TV

 

Performing his one man show:

“From Wharf Rats to Lords of the Docks”

 

 

 

Brubeck Theatre

2:20-

3:45 p.m.

Jennifer Herrera, Adjunct Professor of History, Miramar College: “Race, Rage, and Unrest in the Media: A Historical Analysis of the 1992 Civil Unrest”

MD – 157

Devon Smith, Associate Professor of Sociology & Marsha Trigas, Adjunct Professor of History, Palomar College:American Association of University Women Start Smart Workshop”

 

MD – 315

 

Thursday, October 26

8:00 –

9:25 a.m.

Pippah Getchell, CSU San Marcos, Former Congressional Staff & Policy Advisor: “The Unraveling of the West: “Russian Kleptocracy & The Trump Administration”

MD – 157

9:35-

11:00 a.m.

Ronald Bee, Managing Director, Hansen Institute on Leadership & International Cooperation, University of San Diego: “Until Death Do US Part: The New Geopolitics of Nuclear Weapons”

 

MD – 157

Susan Miller, Professor of Sociology, Palomar College & Jennifer Myhre, Professor of Sociology, De Anza College: “1500 Stories: Giving Voice to Economic Inequality”

 

 

 

 

SSC – 1 (Governing Board Rm)

11:10 a.m.-

12:35 p.m.

Mike Levin, Environmental and Energy Law Attorney: “Make America Green Again: Moving Towards 100% Clean Energy”

 

SSC – 1 (Governing Board Rm)

James Nee, Palomar College: “Anarchy, Antifa, and the Modern Radical Left.”

 

MD – 303

 

Abbie Cory, Martin Japtok, Barbara Kelber & Clare Rolens, Professors of Humanities, Palomar College: “What is Whiteness? A Panel”

 

MD – 157

12:45 –

2:10 p.m.

Brandan Whearty, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, Palomar College & Nicholas Thomas, Adjunct Professor of Communication Studies, Palomar College: “NAZI Punching: A Debate”

SSC -1 (Governing Board Rm)

Fred Glass, Communications Director, California Federation of Teachers & Jim Miller, Professor of Labor Studies, San Diego City College: “What California Labor History Has to Tell Us in the Time of Trump”

 

MD – 157

2:20-

3:45 p.m.

Dirk Mateer, Lecturer in Economics, UCSD: “The Five Foundations of Economics”

 

SSC -1 (Governing Board Rm)

Suzanne Szames & Deborah Walsh, “Holocaust Testimony: One Family’s    Story”

 

 

MD – 157

Media Studies Open House

Learn about the exciting programs Palomar offers in Media Studies. Join us on Monday, Thursday, Oct. 26 from 1 – 3:30 p.m. for an Open House.

Schedule/Locations

1 – 1:30 p.m. Presentations Media Studies Program Presentations,  P-32

1:30 – 3 p.m. Tours

Journalism – Telescope Newsroom, H-103

Photo – Photography Lab, F-26 and MD-223

Digital Broadcast Arts: PCTV – Room P-31; KKSM Radio Room Q-3

3 – 3:30 p.m. Light Refreshments, patio near P-32

Cinema – Editing Suites, Room Q-9

 

There will be sign in sheets for professors offering extra credit. For more information, call 760-744-1150, ext. 2440 or email Wendy Nelson, Media Studies Dept. chair, wnelson@palomar.edu

 

Public Safety Community Outreach Event

The Palomar College Police Department and the GEAR-UP program are co-hosting the first annual Public Safety Community Outreach Event

Wednesday, April 5
5 – 8 p.m.

Student Union
Palomar College
1140 West Mission Road, San Marcos 92069.

The event, held during Sexual Assault Awareness Month, will include information about crime prevention, K-9 demonstrations, and opportunities to meet with local law public safety representatives.

The event is designed to promote police-community partnerships, and create a positive environment. By enhancing relationships between students, staff , the community, and law enforcement organizers aim to meet the goals of building trust and mutual respect.

Agencies scheduled to attend at press time include: Palomar College Police Department, San Diego Sheriff’s Department, Mira Costa College Police Department, Cal State University San Marcos Police Department, Oceanside Police Department, San Diego Police Department, California Highway Patrol, San Marcos Fire Department, San Diego City College Police Department, San Diego Unified School District Police Department, Carlsbad Police Department, and Oceanside Police Department.

Parking:

Parking will be available in Lots 1 and 2 without a permit during the hours of the event. In addition, there will be no permit citing in student lots starting at 4 p.m. for the event.

 

 

Media Studies Open House

Learn about the exciting programs Palomar offers in Media Studies. Join us on Monday, Nov. 14 from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. for an Open House. Then stay for Keynote Speaker Matt Black, master of documentary photography at 7 p.m.

Schedule/Locations

3:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Digital Broadcast Arts: PCTV – Room P-31; KKSM Radio Room Q-3

Journalism – Telescope Newsroom, H-103

Cinema – Editing Suites, Room Q-9

Photo – Photography Lab, F-26 and MD-223

5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Pizza Party Reception – Patio at P-32

 

This event is brought to you by a grant from NCH3A (North County Higher Education Alliance)

Parking is free after 5 p.m. in Lots 1 & 2. There will be sign in sheets for professors offering extra credit. For more information, contact Erin Hiro at ehiro@palomar.edu

Dental Assisting Orientation

Learn about the Dental Assisting Program and how to become an Registered Dental Assistant (RDA)

The next Orientation is September 23rd at 3:00pm in HS 108

Reservations are NOT required. Please arrive on time.

For more information about becoming a Registered Dental Assistant go to www.palomar.edu/dental