Campus Event

LIVE Music: Lakin

Student LIFE and Programs Board is excited to present Lakin a young singer/songwriter with a voice sweeter than honey. Her passion shows in the beauty and warmth of her songs. A musical pioneer, Lakin combines Alternative Rock, Jazz and R&B with a gene defying sound that is sure to entertain all. She will be preforming in the beautiful Parks Café, a perfect complement to her genre-deifying musical style. Truly this is an artist that should not be missed!

Welcome Table

Welcome to Winter Quarter! Visit the welcome table and talk to a Student Ambassador, pick up a campus map, and your Student LIFE Winter Quarter Calendar!

STEM & Humanities Café: In Defense of the "Grid": The Sequel

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. These presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Dr. Steven Horn, Political Science

STEM & Humanities Café: Surfaces of Revolution

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. Today's lecture will cover the topic, "Surfaces of Revolution: Mathematics meets the potter's wheel. These presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. NOTE: Alternate location for this event only. Presenters: Thom Lee, Art, and Mike Story, Mathematics

STEM & Humanities Café: Book Nerd, Meet Tech Geek

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. Today's lecture will cover the topic, "Book Nerd, Meet Tech Geek: How Open Educational Resources (OER) and Educational Technology Support the Liberal Arts. These presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Alyson Indrunas, Director of eLearning

STEM & Humanities Café: Science is Not Our Friend

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. Today's lecture will cover the topic, "Science is not our friend: why the good life needs the humanities." These presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Mike VanQuickenborne, Philosophy

STEM & Humanities Café: Science of Mars and Science Fiction

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. Today's lecture will cover the topic of the feedback loop between the science of Mars and science fiction. These presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Dr. Andrew Vanture, Physics

STEM & Humanities Café: Frankenstein: The dark side of STEM

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. Today's lecture will cover how the marriage of technology and capital devasted labor and undermined basic human rights. These presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Dr. Charles Fischer, English

STEM & Humanities Café: Genetics & Aesthetics

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. Today's lecture will cover the topics of artificial selection, eugenics, and gene therapy. These presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Dr. Fayla Schwartz, Biology

STEM & Humanities Café: FIRE! (Biology-Environment-Culture)

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. These lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Cynthia Clarke, Anthropology

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