professional-development

History Roundtables

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The mission of the Department of History is to provide students with knowledge about the origins and development of peoples in the past, as well as to develop their ability to conduct research, analyze evidence, and express defensible conclusions orally and in writing. History majors will be prepared for successful professional careers as secondary teachers, college or university professors, journalists, lawyers, civil servants, and historians in government and private agencies.

Computer Graphics Club Speakers

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The Department of Computer Science and the Computer Graphics Club prepares students for successful professional careers in applied science, engineering, and technology. The faculty educate their students to be successful leaders and innovators, capable of meeting complex challenges. The goal is to shape the college mission through their values: teach, mentor, motivate and challenge students in a rich learning environment, focusing on engagement and creativity for a new generation of problem solvers for a sustainable future.

Connect • Learn • Engage

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Regional & Continuing Education is home to Connect • Learn • Engage, a forum that aims to Connect campus faculty, staff, and students; Learn from subject experts from around the globe; and Engage the content. Using webinars past and present, recorded forums, and two-way video, Connect • Learn • Engage aims to strengthen and expand the resources of the University to provide access to personal and professional development resources and respond to lifelong learning needs.

Sustainability Presentation Recordings

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Sustainability Presentations

CSU, Chico's Institute for Sustainable Development sponsors talks on campus by current faculty and guest speakers. In our continuing effort to bring more on-campus events to our online students -- and to the community at large -- we are recording these talks and putting them online. The Institute also features guest speakers at the annual This Way to Sustainability conference at CSU, Chico.

Religious Studies Forums

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Religious Studies is an academic discipline devoted to the study of religion in general and to specific world religions in particular, investigating such dimensions of religion as scripture and myth, experience, belief, ritual, ethics, institutions, and material culture. It employs an interdisciplinary and comparative methodology that borrows from and has influenced a broad array of other fields.

Political Science Forums

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The mission of the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice is to provide students with the educational experiences and environment to become familiar with and competent in the attitudes, subjects, and skills of the discipline of political science, the capacity to attain career success that allows them to utilize the knowledge, skills, and judgment acquired in our programs, and a sense of civic responsibility.

 

Philosophy Forums

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Philosophy majors address the fundamental questions by developing foundational cognitive skills. They learn to question the things most people take for granted and they learn how to go about pursuing the answers to those questions. The great virtue of philosophy is that it teaches not what to think, but how to think. Because of this, a philosophical education is a valuable foundation for just about any career and just about any sort of life. The Philosophy online forums gives everyone that same opportunity.

 

Interdisciplinary Center on Aging Presentations

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CSU, Chico's Interdisciplinary Center on Aging (ICOA) sponsors talks and workshops on campus by current faculty and guest speakers.

The ICOA was established to serve the ever-growing aging needs of Northern California. With the assets and unique characteristics of CSU, Chico and its service region, the ICOA strives towards developing and demonstrating the best practices for meeting the challenges and maximizing the opportunities of an aging society

Humanities Center

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The Humanities Center in the CSU, Chico College of Humanities and Fine Arts was founded in 1999. Its mission is to stimulate the life of the mind among faculty, students, and the community at large, by creating and nurturing an interdisciplinary intellectual culture of ideas. Towards that end, it chooses each year a theme to explore and invites speakers from within and outside the University to speak on topics related to this theme.

Geological & Environmental Sciences Seminar: The Japan Disaster

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The CSU, Chico Geological and Environmental Sciences Department offers three bachelor’s degrees and two master’s degrees in the academic disciplines of environmental science, geology, and geosciences. The Department also provides training for students who wish to become single-subject science teachers as well as for a certificate in hydrology. All disciplines within the department are directed toward understanding the terrestrial system from the core of the Earth to beyond our solar system.