The 2014-15 One World Initiative theme is Global Perspectives on Happiness
The success of the One World Initiative depends on the contributions of campus departments and organizations hosting a range of activities (lectures, films, performances etc.). The One World Initiative will help promote your activity across the campus and beyond. Funds to help support campus activities are also available. To submit your event to the One World calendar and request funding, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you, your program, club, or center, is organizing an event linked to the One World Initiative's 2014-15 theme of Global Perspectives on Happiness. Please email a description of the event, the date and location to email@example.com. We will be happy to include your event on our website and assist with promoting it across the campus.
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Spring 2015 Past Events
Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is a growing movement in education in which students are explicitly taught skills like impulse control and empathy. By learning how to self-manage and get along socially, classrooms become safe and managed and teachers can prompt kids to take the kind of learning risks necessary to grasp high-level concepts that colleges and employers want.
Join Sacramento community leaders for an SEL summit titled “The Power of Relationships” and learn how positive life skills can prepare students for college and 21st century careers.
California State University, Sacramento sponsors include College of Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Studies, College of Education, Department of Psychology, Asian Studies Program, Department of Ethnic Studies, Department of Sociology, Community Engagement Center, Full Circle Project, 65th Street Corridor Collaborative, One World Initiative.
For more information and to register, visit http://www.scusd.edu/post/power-relationships-conference-registration.
“In Buddhist teaching, our life is compared with a single piece of sand in the ocean,” says Pat Chirapravati, vice director of the Asian Studies Program. “The sand mandala is an ancient Tibetan art form that creates an intricate diagram of the enlightened mind and the ideal world.”