Long Beach lecture
In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site is presenting Remembering the Civil War: Perspectives on Race, Place, and Movement, a four-part Saturday morning lecture series featuring renowned scholars who bring unique insights to this tumultuous era.
If a friend of yours has limited vision, let him or her know that the Low Vision Center at St. Mary Medical Center will host topical lectures in September and provide access to free specialized telephones.
The Low Vision Center provides free services to the Southern California community and helps children and adults enhance their vision to its fullest potential.
The Queen Mary, in association with the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles (ADSLA), celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Art Deco Festival with a robust program of activities extended to five days August 28, 2014 – September 1, 2014.
On Saturday, May 10, at 2:00 PM, the El Dorado Neighborhood Library will host an LA Opera Lecture Series featuring the opera, A Streetcar Named Desire. This program is part of the LA Opera Lecture Series, presented by LA Opera’s Community Educator Anne Russell Sullivan and hosted by John Spear.
“Madness and Migration in Gold Rush California,” is scheduled for Saturday, April 12, as part of Rancho Los Cerritos’ 2014 lecture series, “California – A Land of Many: The Immigrant Experience & Its Legacy.” Presented by Professor Angela Hawk, Ph.D., the program begins at 10:00 a.m.
2010 Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry, Ei-ichi Negishi
Purdue University Professor Ei-ichi Negishi, co-winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize in chemistry, will present California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) 35th Nobel Laureate Lecture on Tuesday, April 8.
Reflective parenting is much more than just the “newest” parenting fad or buzzword. It’s the result of ground breaking research in child development and the study of neurobiology of the developing mind.
Rancho Los Cerritos’ 2014 lecture series, “California – A Land of Many: The Immigrant Experience & Its Legacy,” focuses on the legacy of key immigrant groups in 19th century California – Spaniards, Mexicans, Chinese, and those who came from many lands in search of California gold.
Cameron Munter, former U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan, addressed a crowd of nearly 300 people on “U.S.-Pakistan Relations in 2014 and Beyond” at a lecture sponsored by the Yadunandan Center for India Studies at California State University, Long Beach.
Over the last several years, engineering has empowered numerous innovations in the field of medicine that have improved the lives of many.