Some of the exciting programs awaits you this Spring, here is just a sneak peak. For complete listing, please check Campus Events on the SMC website for most updated information.
Thanks to the support of the SMC Associates, these wonderful lectures, featuring some well-known authors and researchers, are COMPLETELY FREE TO THE PUBLIC ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS. Please take advantage of this great opportunity and expand your horizon right here in your community!
- Alephonsion Deng will be the speaker for 2012 Black History Month; he was one of the original "Lost Boys of Sudan." Come hear him tell his powerful personal journey, February 23, 11:15 a.m. in ART 214
- Tupelo Hassman (03/08), Tom McNeal (04/17), Lory Bedikian (05/01), and Cassandra Love (05/10) are the speakers for the Literary Series. All are held in HSS 165 at 11:15 a.m. Come listen to the intimate readings of their own works from these respected authors
- Want to know the secrets to happier life? Dr. Rakesh Sarin will be the UC Press lecture speaker in the Spring,sharing exactly just that. "Engineering Happiness: A New Approach for Building a Joyful Life" is the title of his talk: March 20, 11:15 a.m. in HSS 165
- From our signature Global Connection Lecture Series, we will hear from Lisa Napoli, author of Radio Shangri-La (04/19), and Wolfgang Drautz, the German Consul General, will talk about Europe and the German Perspective, a timely topic you will not want to miss (05/24) Both lectures will be held in HSS 165 at 11:15 a.m.
- Our annual Rocky Young Lecture is scheduled for April 27 at 7 p.m. in HSS 165. This year we have the pleasure of Christine Schultz, Chair of the Social Science Department, as our speaker. "The Millennials: The Most Consequential Generation" is her topic. Intrigued? Slightly curious? You know where to find her!