Are you confused by the ever changing world of social media? At this workshop, you will learn how to develop the right content, and then determine which social networks are appropriate for your organization.
Like research and free plants? Then, come check out the ISC Sustainability Research Symposium on May 30th from 5–8 pm! Attendees will enjoy free food and coffee, and will also be entered to win plants, sustainability prizes, and more!
CARTA’s May 31, 2019 symposium, “Anthropogeny: The Perspective from Africa” focuses on the contributions of scientists and scholars who live and work in Africa to the understanding of our species’ evolution.
Money Essentials Series: Affordable, Unbiased Financial Advice
Whether you’re starting your first job, moving into a new career or beginning retirement, managing your finances is an essential part of life.
UC San Diego Staff Discount. Free parking.
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Join the Division of Arts & Humanities and the Cultural Heritage Engineering Initiative at UC San Diego for public presentations by Nannina Spanò, Andrea Maria Lingua and Filiberto Chiabrando from the Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy).
In this module we will frameworks and tools designed to address these questions and practice using them. In particular, we will use positioning analysis as the axis around which the rest of the strategy and tactical decisions revolve.
On Wednesday, June 5, the 2018-2019 Holocaust Living History Workshop series will conclude with Christopher Browning, a professor emeritus at UNC-Chapel Hill and an internationally recognized authority on Nazi policy and decision-making.
This course will help you be more creative, teach you how to manage teams, and help you understand key design elements that lead to creative workers. Importantly, we will discuss themes of creativity that are common to individuals and teams.