PLNU Events Calendar

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01
Apr
Colt Forum
Discipleship Ministries
02
Apr

Re:Focus Chapel

Various Locations
Chapel
02
Apr

PLNU is hosting a Career and Internship EXPO this spring and would like YOU to be there!

 

Wednesday, April 2 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


Information for Employers

Come meet with 3,500 students from over 60 undergraduate areas of study and graduate programs; including communication, engineering, science, nursing, psychology, sociology, social work, criminal justice, kinesiology, math, music, interior design, business, accounting and others. Students will be seeking regular full-time, part-time, seasonal, and internship opportunities.

Thank you for participating in our Career and Internship EXPO! We look forward to seeing you there!

Information for Students

Claim your prize at the Career and Internship EXPO on the day of the event.

Plan to attend the Career and Internship Expo and network with professionals from a variety of companies to learn about their internships, summer employment, and permanent employment.

Participating Companies:

ACCESS Destination Services

Ace Parking Management, Inc.

Advent Group Ministries

AMN Healthcare

Bay Alarm Company

BOOST Collaborative

Capital Real Estate Ventures Inc.

CARR

Chula Vista Police Department

CISabroad

Clear Channel Media + Entertainment

Coffee Ambassador

Cupertino New Life Church of the Nazarene

Ember Arts

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Epiq Technologies

Frontier

Grace Church San Diego

Gymboree Play & Music

Jack in the Box

Layer Seven 

Mount Miguel Covenant Village

Natural Baby Pros

New Venture Christian Fellowship and School

Northwestern Mutual

PASS AmeriCorps Program

Peninsula Shepherd Center

Plant with a Purpose

Restoration One Music

San Diego Center for Children

San Diego Housing Commission 

Sherwin Williams

Southwestern Advantage

St. Andrew's by the Sea Episcopal Church

The Intern Group

The Waldorf Institute of Southern California

Torrey Pines Bank

TrendSource

U.S. Marine Corps

Verengo Solar

Vivint

WestPac Wealth Partners

YMCA of San Diego County

Questions?

Please contact Sandy Ische at SandraIsche@pointloma.edu or (619) 849-2446.

Campus Mall
Offices of Strengths & Vocation
03
Apr
Locations determined by team leaders
International Ministries
03
Apr

Dining and Networking Etiquette

Learn the do's and dont's of dining and networking over a 3-course meal.

Dining etiquette can be critical to career and job search success!  OSV has hired a professional who trains on etiquette for a living to help you navigate through these rough waters.  There will also be professionals from the community with whom you may practice.  

Employers want to see you in social situations to observe how you conduct yourself, particularly if the job you want requires a certain standard of conduct with clients and superiors. You could be critically scrutinized on your table manners and conduct.

On a practical level, interviews that last for several hours extend through mealtimes, and the employer is gracious to host you for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner. The meal is a time to visit and interact; this is always more important than the function of eating.

When

Thursday, April 3, 2014
Time: 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Check-in and networking:  6:00 to 6:30 p.m.
Networking:  6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Dinner:  7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Q&A: 8:30 to 9:00 p.m.

Location

University Club atop Symphony Towers
750 B Street, Suite 3400 
San Diego, California  92101

Who

The event is for Point Loma Nazarene University undergraduate students in any major or academic level.

Cost

The cost to you is $20, which is less than the overall cost of the meal.

The full cost of this event is much higher than what your registration fee covers.  Students who register pay only a small portion of the actual cost. 

Cancellation &

Refunds

 

Attendance expectations, courtesy and professionalism

The cancellation deadline is Friday, March 28, 2014, by 4:30 p.m., in order to receive a full refund.  You may cancel in person at The Offices of Strengths and Vocation (located on the 3rd floor of the Ryan Learning Center) or by phone at 619-849-2446.  Note:  The office closes at 4:30 p.m.  No refunds are given after this date and time.

If for any reason you realize you cannot attend, up to the day of the event, contact The Offices of Strengths and vocation between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., in person or by phone at 619-849-2446.

Signing up for this event constitutes your commitment to attend. The purpose of this event is to help you learn to conduct yourself professionally in the workplace and elsewhere. We would be remiss in our duties to you as students if we did not let you know that failing to attend any meal or other business (or social) appointment to which you commit, without calling to cancel, is considered extremely discourteous to other individuals. A significant expense is made by others of your dinner expense. When individuals no-show, this impacts and is a discourtesy to hosts, planners, sponsors, and the other students assigned to be seated at the same table. True emergencies, which are rare, with prompt contacts to explain, are understood. Changing your mind about attendance at the last minute does not constitute an emergency.

This excellent article points out the importance of an R.S.V.P. and your reputation: The topic of the RSVP and no-showing on presentation-pointers.com

Attire

Business attire required.

 "Women's Guide to Professional Dress"

Just remember that "professional" and "sexy" don't go together.  Make sure you can walk comfortably in your shoes!

"Men's Guide to Proefessional Dress"

Remember the dark socks should match the shoes.

Register

 

Register here today!  Limited seating.  Advanced registration required.

Let us know if you need a ride to the event sandraische@pointloma.edu

Registration deadline is Thursday, March 27, 2014, or when event is fully booked.

Contact for questions

Ms. Sandy Ische
sandraische@pointloma.edu
(619) 849-2446 
Offices of Strengths & Vocation
04
Apr

Praise & Worship

Brown Chapel
Chapel
04
Apr

Come ye lords and ladies, lads and lasses to this Springtime celebration of good food, gay laughter and gladsome music.

Friday, April 4th and Saturday, April 5th at 7:00pm in Nicholson Commons - Point Loma Nazarene University

Tickets:  $23 and $29.  Reservations are required.  Please call 619-849-2325 to make a reservation or to inquire about group rates.

Nicholson Commons - Point Loma Nazarene University
Music
05
Apr
Hang out with us at Casa Hogar Niños de Fe, an orphanage that is home to 30 kids children ages 3-17.  The Casa is a warm, welcoming place and you've never heard prayer the way these kids pray! We will leave PLNU in the morning and spend the day playing and crafting with the kids. Join us!

Find out more and sign up now at Las Casas' Event Page

Tijuana, México
International Ministries
05
Apr

Come ye lords and ladies, lads and lasses to this Springtime celebration of good food, gay laughter and gladsome music.

Friday, April 4th and Saturday, April 5th  at 7:00pm in Nicholson Commons - Point Loma Nazarene University

Tickets:  $23 and $29.  Reservations are required.  Please call 619-849-2325 to make a reservation or to inquire about group rates.

Nicholson Commons - Point Loma Nazarene University
Music
06
Apr

Point Loma Nazarene University Women's Auxiliary and Friends
invites you to attend their spring luncheon and annual meeting:

For the Science Plaza

Join us a for a time of music, fun, laughter, and purpose.  

Click here for more information and to register online.  

Talega Golf Club, 990 Avenida Talega, San Clemete, CA 92673
Alum
07
Apr

Becky Tirabassi

Brown Chapel
Chapel
07
Apr

Monday, April 7th at 7:30pm in Crill Performance Hall

Admission is free.  No ticket is required.

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music
08-12
Apr

See How They Run

by Philip King

"Breathless show, fast tempo, plenty of laughs." - Variety

Performance times:  

Tuesday-Thursday, 7:00 pm; Friday - 5:30 pm; Saturday - 7:00 pm

To purchase tickets on line please visit:

http://www.pointloma.edu/experience/academics/schools-departments/department-communication-theatre/salomon-theatre/2013-2014-season 

Salomon Theatre - Friday April 11 Performance time 5:30
Communications & Theatre
09
Apr

Tim Whetstone

Brown Chapel
Chapel
09
Apr

Commencement and After Graduation Information.

PLNU Alumni Association, ASB, and OSV invite you to this year's Senior Dessert for the class of 2014.

Must RSVP by April 7th to be eligible for door prizes!  Click here.

Alumni Lawn
Alum
09
Apr

Learn about the graduate programs at PLNU.  Enjoy inspiring conversation with faculty, current students and potential classmates.  Dinner is provided.   Click here to RSVP

Liberty Station Conference Center
Admissions (Graduate)
09
Apr
Nicholson Commons Loading dock
Community Ministries
09
Apr

Purchase Tickets

An Evening with Paul Farmer--Physician, Activist, and Humanitarian to Haiti and Beyond

Known as "the man who would cure the world," Farmer works  to provide first world health care for third world peoples and is one of the founders of the worldwide organization Partners in Health. This evening will provide the rare opportunity to hear from the man himself, followed by an interview with Dean Nelson, founder of PLNU's Writer's Symposium by the Sea.

Author of "To Repair the World" and "Pathologies of Power Health, Human Rights, and the New War on the Poor," Farmer was also the subject of Tracy Kidder's  "Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, a Man Who Would Cure the World." Learn more about Dr. Farmer's mission and Partners in Health here.

Prefer to order from a box office? Call PrimeTix at 866-745-0575. Thank you!

 

Brown Chapel
Literature, Journalism & Modern Languages
10
Apr

At our annual "Dealmakers of the Year" Business Breakfast we honor those unique individuals, firms, and collaborations that exemplify creativity, innovation, and ethical practices that create long term value for the business community in the San Diego region.

For more information on the "Dealmakers of the Year" Business Breakfast, please visit the Dealmakers event page. 
Liberty Station Conference Center
Fermanian Business & Economic Institute, MBA
10
Apr

 

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The Appian Way from the ports of Brindisium and Tarentum to Rome. 
This was the path of Scholars, Missionaries, and Government Officials
traveling between Greece and Rome.  The rocky floor of the plaza
of Colt Hall is designed to recall this Roman road.

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Each year the department awards a few
Clara Colt Research Scholar Awards
for the best presentations of research
in our annual student research conference.

Paper presentations should be only 15 minutes --or 10 double spaced pages.
Powerpoint maps and images are encouraged!
If your papers are longer, just give us the best part. Do your best!

Starts at 4:30pm.

Those who give papers and attend the conference are invited to a reception afterwards at my house
where we will honor also recent book publications by Dr. Beail and Dr. Cordilione.

SEND PAPER TITLES TO ME BY FRIDAY APRIL 4!

Come talk to me or your other professors if you have questions.

Sponsored by
PLNU Chapter of ΦΑΘ: The History Honor Society
PLNU Chapter of ΠΣΑ: The Political Science Honor Society
Clara Colt Endowment

 

                                   

 

 

 

 

 

The Forum of Colt Hall
History & Political Science
10
Apr

Learn about the Teaching Credentials and Graduate Degrees in Education offered at the Bakersfield Regional Center.  Enjoy inspiring conversation with faculty, current students and potential classmates.  Dinner is provided.  Click here to RSVP

Bakersfield Regional Center
Admissions (Graduate)
10
Apr

Christian, Latino/a and Politically Active: Bringing the Life of Faith and Activism Together For the Common Good

7pm (6:30 coffee) 

Rev’s. Jeanette and Gabriel Salguero

Rev. Jeanette Salguero provides leadership with Urban Strategies’ efforts to promote national health and wellness initiatives that empower Hispanic communities. She works on projects with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to reduce mental health and health care access disparities in the Hispanic community. She also provides leadership in education, outreach, and communications to grassroots organizations including community- and faith-based organizations that assist underserved and underrepresented constituencies. Rev. Gabriel Salguero, president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition, is a powerful voice on issues that affect Latino communities in the United States. Focusing on poverty, immigration, and education, Salguero’s leadership of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC) offers an important voice for growing diversity and changing demographics in our country. Salguero has been named as one of the most prominent Latino evangelical leaders by the Huffington Post, the Center for American Progress, El Diario, and Jorge Ramos’ Al Punto.

Fermanian Business Center
Center for Justice & Reconciliation
10
Apr
Brown Chapel
International Ministries
11
Apr

Gabriel & Jeanette Salguero

Brown Chapel
Chapel
11-13
Apr

Come join us in exploring the border wall and learning about the complexities of this fascinating region. Interview with border activists, border patrol agents, and pastors. The cost for lodging, food and transportation is only $50!

To learn more & register today, please visit:

http://pointloma.edu/borderpilgrimage

 

*THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED FOR THE FALL 2014.

Tijuana, México
Center for Justice & Reconciliation
11
Apr

PLNU's talented students perform music reflective of the golden era of American song.

Friday, April 13th at 7:30pm in Crill Performance Hall

Admission is free.  No ticket is required.

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music
12
Apr

Come with us and spend time with the 23 young children who live at Eunime. The home has been running for five years and is the only orphanage in the state of Baja for orphaned children who are HIV positive. We leave PLNU for Tijuana in the morning and return in the afternoon.

Find out more and sign up at Eunime's Event Page

Tijuana, México
International Ministries
12
Apr

We'll be going down to spend the day with our neighbors in Tijuana and help with a construction project.

To find out more, visit La Iglesia's Event Page

Tijuana, México
International Ministries
12
Apr

The PLNU Jazz Band in Concert - a capstone event of the PLNU Jazz Band Festival

Saturday, April 12th at 7:30pm

Admission is free.

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music
13
Apr

Glen Campbell - cello

Jim George - clarinet

Paul Kenyon - piano

Sunday, April 13th at 7:30pm in Crill Performance Hall

Program details will be coming soon.

About Catalina Trio.....

The idea of replacing the violin, in the traditional Piano Trio, with a clarinet is not new. The young Beethoven thought it was a good idea and produced the elegant Op. 11.  Time and again, through the years, composers have come to this combination to blend and contrast the rich round sounds of the clarinet, the soul of the cello with the power of the piano.

Glen having a long history of playing with both Paul and Jim suggested that they combine their talents to explore this wonderful literature.  With their inaugural performance earlier this year, The Calalina Trio is already in demand at chamber music venues around San Diego county.

Glen Campbell is a member of both the San Diego Symphony and the San Diego Opera and is adjunct teacher of cello at Point Loma Nazarene University.  He holds an undergraduate degree in music education from Ball State University and a masters degree from Hartt College of Music, University of Hartford. Glen was a member of the Feld String Quartet for 12 years, and was previously director of the Suzuki String program at San Diego State University. He is the founding co-director of Strings by the Sea Music Camp, a camp for Suzuki string students.

Paul Kenyon is a member of the music faculty at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California, where he teaches piano and has served as department chair. Born in upstate New York, Paul earned the Doctor of Musical Arts in piano performance from Michigan State University. He also holds degrees from Mansfield University and Bowling Green State University, with additional studies at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.

Jim George began his music training at age 5 when his father started teaching him the secrets of the clarinet.  He earned a Bachelor & Master of Music degrees from Duquesne University, studying clarinet with Nestor Koval and Bernard Cerilli.  He studied chamber music with Bernard Goldberg and Marcel Moyse and completed his formal clarinet studies with David Weber in New York.  Jim maintains an active solo & chamber music schedule & freelances in San Diego as a woodwind doubler, where he adds flutes & saxes to his arsenal to play Broadway shows.

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music
14
Apr

Mary Paul

Brown Chapel
Chapel
15
Apr

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Dr. Kevin Burns, (Professor of Ornithology and Evolutionary Biology, San Diego State University, and Curator of Birds, SDSU Museum of Biodiversity)

 

Seminar Title:  "On the Origin of Darwin's Finches:  An Unexpected Perch on the Evolutionary Tree."


Webpage:  http://kevinburnslab.com/

To learn more about Perspectives on Science and to register for the event, please click here

Questions?  Contact Dr. Michael McConnell, either at mmcconnell@pointloma.edu or at (619) 849-2304.


PLNU Fermanian Business Center - Conference Room and Cunningham Dining Room
Biology
16
Apr

Tenebrae

Brown Chapel
Chapel
16
Apr

A Night of Romantic Comedies features Rita by Donizetti and Daphnis et Chloe by Offenbach.  Rita is directed by Phillip Dannels and Daphnis et Chloe is directed by Krista Wilford.

Wednesday, April 16th at 7:30pm

 

Tickets:  $12.00

Click here in order to buy tickets online.

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music
22
Apr
Fermanian Conference Center
Fermanian Business & Economic Institute
23
Apr

Easter Celebration

Brown Chapel
Chapel
23
Apr

SustainPLNU and Plant With Purpose are proud to present… 

Rooted in Resurrection
The Art of Rebirth
An art show celebrating Creation's cycle of birth and rebirth.
As trees take root, lives are transformed. By planting trees, Plant With Purpose is working to see God’s kingdom here on earth. Join us for an evening of art and story.
Wednesday, April 23rd in The ARC | 7-9 pm
voting | live music | art | food | stories
Sponsored by SustainPLNU and Plant With Purpose
Submit your literary or visual art to the Office of Sustainability by Monday, April 14th

Submission Details:

Who can submit?
You! We invite Point Loma students, faculty, and staff to put their creative talents to use and submit literary and visual artwork.

What do I submit?
Literary Art:
Poetry
Prose (1,000 word maximum)
Visual Art:
Painting/drawing (2-dimensional medium)
Carving/weaving/sculpture (3-dimensional medium)
Electronic/photographic art (digital medium)

*In keeping with the theme, we encourage you to reuse or repurpose materials to create your piece.

How can I submit?
Step 1: Brainstorm. We’re looking for art that touches on themes of rebirth, resurrection, rootedness, and revival.
Step 2: Fill out the Registration Form. Click Here
Step 3: Submit artwork to the Sustainability Office by Monday, April 14th

A judging panel of PLNU and Plant With Purpose staff will select submissions to be displayed at the Rooted in Resurrection Art Show on Wednesday, April 23rd. Invite your friends to the event and cast your vote for the winning submissions!

What do I win?
Winning submissions will be featured in Plant With Purpose’s blog, as well as social media sites. Winners will also receive a gift package with Plant With Purpose merchandise.

Anything else?
3 dimensional pieces larger than 4 ft. by 4 ft. will not be accepted. Limit two submissions per person.

The ARC
Sustainability
24
Apr
Locations determined by team leaders
International Ministries
25
Apr

Excel Basics 

Everyone can benefit from learning and applying these techniques in their daily work and personal lives. Click_Here_to_Register.png

 

Objectives:

  • Learn basic excel formulas
  • Design and organize workbooks
  • Learn to use macro/ visual basic editing
  • Solve formatting issues
  • Improve your overall efficiency

 

 

PROGRAM DATE FOR EXCEL BASICS

April 25th, 2014*

Price $199**

* Program from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm 

**fees include workbook  & lunches







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Everyone can benefit from learning and applying these techniques in their daily work  lives.

Objectives:

  • Uncover the easiest ways to collect and format data
  • Learn to develop PivotCharts©
  • Learn to conceal data in cells
  • Learn if/then and an array of formulas
  • Use absolute and mixed formulas


PROGRAM DATE FOR BEYOND THE EXCEL BASICS

May 2nd, 2014*

Price $199**

* Program from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm 

**fees include workbook  & lunches

 





All courses will be held at Liberty Station Conference Center 2600 Laning Road, San Diego, CA 92106

2600 Laning Road San Diego, CA 92106
Extended Studies
25
Apr

Mary Paul

Brown Chapel
Chapel
25
Apr

An evening of glorious choral music.

Friday, April 25th at 7:30pm in Crill Performance Hall

Tickets:  $6 General Admission

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music
27
Apr

Hadyn's signature contribution to sacred music places this mass in a setting reflective of the turbulence of the Napoleonic wars.

April 27th at 3:00pm in Crill Performance Hall.

Admission is free.  No ticket is required.

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music
28
Apr

Retiring Faculty

Brown Chapel
Chapel
30
Apr

Senior Reflections

Brown Chapel
Chapel