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Calendar of Events



Jan  Feb  March  April  May  June  July  Aug  Sept  Oct  Nov  Dec
(To post an event, please email details to webmaster@highline.edu)
Recurring Events
April 2014 National Poetry Month ~ poets.org ^top^
April 1 - May 31 Library Art Gallery ~ Letterpress-printed Poetry Broadsides by Joseph & Marquita Green of The Peasandcues Press ~ Building 25, 4th floor ~ learn more
Thursday - Saturday,
April 17-19
Students of Color Conference ~ learn more
Friday,
April 18
Earth Week ~ Science Seminar ~ Former Mayor of Burien Dr. Arun Jhaveri—Carbon Reduction ~ 2:20 – 3:23pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
Tuesday,
April 22
Earth Day ~
9am ~ Invasive Plant Removal or Digging in the Garden ~ In front of HSU (East Side), Building 8

10am ~ Sound Transit- South King County Route Selection and Community Involvement ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Constance Room

11am ~ Laura James - Cleaning Up Puget Sound - Don’t feed the Tox-Ick Monster ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Constance Room

12pm ~ Campus Clean Up ~ In front of HSU (East Side), Building 8

1pm ~ Bird Walk ~ In front of HSU (East Side), Building 8

3pm ~ Movie – Blackfish ~ Building 7
Wednesday,
April 23
Honors Colloquy ~ Finding Your Passion: Sustainable Pathways presented by Michelle Harvey, food justice advocate and Creative Director for JoyFoodly.com ~ Examine common career myths and explore the ways people combine their education, life experiences, and passions to develop meaningful careers. ~ 12:10 - 1:13pm ~ Building 10, Room 101

Center for Leadership & Service Annual Leadership Luncheon ~ 1 - 3pm ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Constance/Mt. Olympus Rooms ~ learn more

History Seminar
~ Rick Harkavy: The Nuremberg Trials ~ 1:30-2:40pm ~ Building 3, Room 102

Student-Led Creative Writing Workshop ~ Poetry Across Cultures ~ 1:30pm ~  Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ learn more
Thursday,
April 24
Power of One LGBT+ Leadership Conference Talk Back Session ~ 1:30pm – 3pm ~ Building 14, Room 106 ~ learn more
Friday,
April 25
Earth Week ~ King County Council Member Dave Upthegrove: County and State Environmental Policies and Citizen Action ~ 9am & 10am ~ Building 2

Earth Week ~ Movie Friday – Eleventh Hour ~ 12:30pm ~ Building 29, Room 107

Science Seminar
~ Neil Andrews—Wolfram|Alpha ~ 2:20 – 3:23pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
Monday - Friday,
April 28 - May 2
SeaTac Municipal Court Law Week ~ learn more
Wednesday,
April 30
Honors Colloquy ~ Finding Your Passion: Sustainable Pathways ~ Examine common career myths and explore the ways people combine their education, life experiences, and passions to develop meaningful careers. ~ 12:10 - 1:13pm ~ Building 10, Room 101

History Seminar
~ T.M. Sell: Hammering Hoover, Reinventing Roosevelt: A Reassessment of the Great Depression ~ 1:30-2:40pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
May 2014 Asian-Pacific Islander (API) Month ~ asianpacificheritage.gov ^top^
Thursday,
May 1
Ice Cream Social ~ for women who want to explore careers in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) ~ 2:30 - 4:30pm ~ Building 2 ~ Raffle Prize
Friday,
May 2
Science Seminar ~ TBD ~ 2:20 – 3:23pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
Saturday,
May 3
Science on the Sound ~ "NW Diving History - Lore, Lies and Other Fun Sea Stories" presented by Tom Hemphill, Ryan Spence, and Randy Williams, Northwest Diving History Association ~ 12pm (noon) ~ MaST Center
Monday,
May 5
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for April
 Monday - Friday,
May 5-10
Unity through Diversity Week ~ learn more
Wednesday,
May 7
Honors Colloquy ~ Finding Your Passion: Sustainable Pathways presented by Dido Balla, Teach For America corps member (Florida) ~ Examine common career myths and explore the ways people combine their education, life experiences, and passions to develop meaningful careers. ~ 12:10 - 1:13pm ~ Building 10, Room 101

History Seminar
~ Ed Morris: Family’s Migration from Mobile, Alabama, to Boston ~ 1:30-2:40pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
Thursday,
May 8
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Friday,
May 10
Global Fest ~ 1-5pm ~ Outside Building 2 ~ FREE ~ learn more

Science Seminar
~ Eric Baer—The Oso Landslide Makes Earth Weak ~ 2:20 – 3:23pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
Monday,
May 12
Highline employees: financial services month end close for April
Tuesday,
May 13
Graduation Fair ~ 8:30am - 5:30pm ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Constance Room (Lower Level)
Wednesday,
May 14
Honors Colloquy ~ Finding Your Passion: Sustainable Pathways presented by Ashymin Ssemakula, nursing student at WSU ~ Examine common career myths and explore the ways people combine their education, life experiences, and passions to develop meaningful careers. ~ 12:10 - 1:13pm ~ Building 10, Room 101

History Seminar
~ Bill Mullins: How Seattle Lost the Pilots ~ 1:30-2:40pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
Thursday,
May 15
Phi Theta Kappa Academic Boot Camp ~ 10am – 1pm ~  HSU, Building 8, Mt. Constance/Mt. Olympus rooms ~ Boost your GPA in five minutes a day! Phi Theta Kappa presents this series of lifehacks, mini-seminars, hints, and tips designed to help boost students’ study skills. Improve your study habits using proven techniques used by honor students. Anyone can do it! Free resources and snacks.
Friday,
May 16
Science Seminar ~ Jerry Freilich—The Elwha Dam Removal Project ~ 2:20 – 3:23pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
Wednesday,
May 21
Honors Colloquy ~ Finding Your Passion: Sustainable Pathways presented by Peter Han, undergraduate research participant in the Polaris Project (Siberia) and student at SUNY-ESF ~ Examine common career myths and explore the ways people combine their education, life experiences, and passions to develop meaningful careers. ~ 12:10 - 1:13pm ~ Building 10, Room 101

History Seminar
~ Nancy Rawles: The Influence of the Haitian Revolution on U.S. History ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, Room 102

Student Awards Ceremony ~ 5:30 - 7:30pm ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Townsend Room ~ Opportunity to applaud student contributions for both academic achievement and campus involvement.
Friday,
May 23
Science Seminar ~ Erik Scott—The Unknown Dimension ~ 2:20 – 3:23pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
Monday,
May 26
Memorial Day ~ no classes, all offices closed
Wednesday,
May 28
Honors Colloquy ~ Finding Your Passion: Sustainable Pathways presented by Robert Lamirande, project owner at Microsoft ~ Examine common career myths and explore the ways people combine their education, life experiences, and passions to develop meaningful careers. ~ 12:10 - 1:13pm ~ Building 10, Room 101

History Seminar
~ Chris Foertsch: The Spice Trade in Indonesia ~ 1:30-2:40pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
Friday,
May 30
Science Seminar ~ TBD ~ 2:20 – 3:23pm ~ Building 3, Room 102
June 2014 ^top^
Monday - Tuesday,
June 2-3
Portfolio Show ~ Art & Design Programs ~ details pending
Wednesday,
June 4
Honors Colloquy ~ Finding Your Passion: Sustainable Pathways presented by Susan Landgraf, HCC writing instructor ~ Examine common career myths and explore the ways people combine their education, life experiences, and passions to develop meaningful careers. ~ 12:10 - 1:13pm ~ Building 10, Room 101
Thursday,
June 5
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for May
Saturday,
June 7
Science on the Sound ~ "Mountaineering in the Cascades" presented by Ryan Strong, Operations Manager, Seattle Bouldering Project, & Mountain Guide, KAF Adventures ~ 12pm (noon) ~ MaST Center
Tuesday,
June 10
Highline employees: financial services month end close for May
Thursday,
June 12
Spring quarter ends

Board of Trustees meeting
~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.

Commencement ~ 6pm ~ ShoWare Center ~ learn more
Friday,
June 13
HCC T-Bird Golf Tournament ~ 9:30am ~ Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club ~ learn more
Monday,
June 23
Summer quarter begins
July 2014   ^top^
Thursday,
July 3
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for June - Preliminary
  Friday,
July 4
Independence Day ~ no classes; all offices closed
Monday - Friday
July 7-11
Marine Summer Camp at the HCC MaST ~ for students CURRENTLY in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade ~ deadline to apply Friday, April 11th ~ $75 per student ~ Application (PDF) ~ More information
Tuesday,
July 8
Highline employees: financial services month end close for June - Preliminary
Thursday,
July 10
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
August 2014   ^top^
  Thursday,
Aug. 14
End of 8-week summer quarter session ~ no classes; most faculty are off campus
  Aug. 25-Sept. 19 Quarter break ~ no classes; most faculty are off campus
Sept. 2014   ^top^
Tuesday - Friday,
Sept. 16-19
Opening Week ~ details pending
Monday,
Sept. 22
Fall quarter begins
Wednesday,
Sept. 24
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Oct. 2014 Disability Awareness Month  ~ www.loc.gov/disabilityawareness
Domestic Violence Awareness Month ~ www.ncadv.org
Hispanic Heritage Month ~ hispanicheritagemonth.gov
LGBPTQIA History Month ~ www.lgbthistorymonth.com
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Nov. 2014   ^top^
Sunday,
Nov. 2
Daylight Saving Time ends. Turn clocks back one hour.
Tuesday,
Nov. 11
Veterans' Day Observed ~ no classes; all offices closed
Thursday,
Nov. 20
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Wednesday
Nov. 26
The college closes at 4 p.m.  Classes that begin at 5 p.m. or later do not meet.
Thursday, Friday
Nov. 27, 28
Thanksgiving Holiday ~ no classes, all offices closed, no Science Seminar
Dec. 2014 ^top^
Thursday,
Dec. 11
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Friday,
Dec. 12
Fall quarter ends
Dec. 15-Jan. 2 Quarter break - no classes
Thursday,
Dec. 25
Christmas Day ~ all offices closed
Jan. 2015   ^top^
Thursday,
Jan. 1
New Year's Day ~ all offices closed
Monday,
Jan. 5
Winter quarter begins
Monday,
Jan. 19
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day ~ no classes, all offices closed
Tuesday - Friday,
Jan. 20 - 23
Martin Luther King, Jr. Week ~ details pending
Feb. 2015 National Eating Disorder Awareness Month ~ www.nationaleatingdisorders.org
^top^
Monday,
Feb. 16
President's Day Holiday ~ no classes, all offices closed  
March 2015 March is National ...
Red Cross Month ~ seattleredcross.org
Women's History Month  ~ nwhp.org/whm
^top^
Sunday,
March 8
Daylight Saving Time begins. Turn clocks forward one hour.
March 23-27 Quarter break - no classes
Monday,
March 30
Spring quarter begins
April 2015 National Poetry Month ~ poets.org ^top^


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