Taking notes from lectures presents many challenges for college students. Some of the challenges students may face include not having an organized system for taking notes, not being able to keep up with the instructor, not knowing what to write down, and not having an effective and efficient means to study the lecture notes. This presentation will offer some suggestions for meeting these challenges. Handouts will be provided. Call the University Tutorial Center at (323) 343-3971 for more information.
Interested in being more involved on campus? Looking to make a difference? Running for office might be the perfect opportunity. As a part of student government, you’ll have the opportunity to network, gain leadership experience, and be the voice for students campus-wide. Attend one of these informational workshops to find out what it means to advocate for students and be a part of change on campus. More information is available on the ASI website.
This workshop will guide you through the entire process of setting up and optimizing your profile, how to connect with other professionals and help you build your career brand.
Stop by for some free pizza, networking opportunities and learn the ins and outs of a career in maternal, child, adolescent and women’s health.
Prescription drug misuse has become an epidemic in the United States and the age group with the highest number of opioid deaths in L.A. County in 2016 was 20-29. This workshop will cover opioids, sedatives and stimulants. You will learn what these medications are prescribed for, how they work, side effects, risk for addiction, what to do in case of an opioid overdose and resources for substance use disorder treatment.
The National & International Scholarships and Fellowships Program (NISFEP) invites you to this workshop to learn more about the Harry S. Truman Scholarship.