Events

22nd Annual Social Justice Colloquium

Presented By: School of Social, Behavioral, and Global Studies

Native American Gathering

Experience the rich Native American cultures and traditions through music, food, dance, historical exhibition, and free Native craft-making at the Third Annual Native American Gathering. Last year's gathering attracted approximately 1,000 visitors.

TEDdy Talks Spring 2017

May 16th, 2017 4:00pm - 5:30pm Come enjoy students conveying fresh ideas give TED-style talks to a non-technical audience

Psi Chi Finals Study Night

Study. Snacks. Swag.

Psi Chi De-Stress Event

Come release some stress at this Psi Chi Event!

Psych Society Teddy Bear Drive

Join in Psych Society’s First-Ever Teddy Bear Fundraiser for the Get On The Bus Program from the Center for Restrorative Justice Works, "a non-profit organization that unites children, families and communities separated by crime and the criminal justice system," (CRJW) . Our goal is to provide enough teddy bears to support 50 children visiting their fathers at the prisons in Soledad in June 2017.

Federal, State & Local Law Enforcement PNC

Explore potential job opportunities in federal, state and local law enforcement! This event is sponsored by the Career Development Office in collaboration with the Department of Psychology and Social, Behavioral and Global Studies as part of the professional networking conference.

Interested in pursuing a career within education?

Shawna Gannon from the Department of Education and Leadership @CSUMB will speak about careers within education. Come and learn about the school psychology program, MA credential program, special education, multiple single credentials. Everyone is welcome!

PsiChi Upcoming Events

Check out all the great events Psi Chi is cooking up!

Mindful Coloring Table as part of Mental Health Awareness Week

Mindful Madness as part of Mental Health Awareness Week will encourage mindfulness practice as a way to improve stress management and self care. Don't forget to check-out the Mindful Coloring Table sponsored by Psi Chi and Psych Society.

Psychology lecturer featured at conference on tribal issues

Dr. Kathryn England-Aytes is among the cultural and legal experts and tribal leaders invited to participate in the annual Sovereignty Symposium sponsored by the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

Study: Schools need more data on LGBT students

Dr. Shannon Snapp and researchers at the University of Texas and the Equity Project at Indiana University say that school districts across the United States have made significant strides in addressing racial disparities in school discipline, but the same attention needs to be paid to disparities for LGBT students.