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(To post an event, please email details to webmaster@highline.edu)
Recurring Events
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
^top^
Wednesday,
Oct. 1
History Seminar ~ "Historical Geography of Big Kick Crops" presented by Jennifer Jones ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Wednesday - Thursday
Oct. 1-30
Art Exhibit ~ "The Incredible Intensity of Just Being Human" – Seattle artists examine the stigma and silence surrounding mental illness ~ Building 25 (Library), 4th floor
Thursday,
Oct. 2
Highline Cares ~ 8am - 2pm ~ Building 2 ~ Collecting donations of clothing, shoes and household supplies for ABE/ESL immigrants and refugees. Items must be useable and in a good shape.

Academic Success Centers Open House ~ 10:30am - 3:00pm ~ Building 26, Room 319 ~ Iced Tea, Lemonade, Treats, and Tours

Diverse Voices: Open Mic ~ 1:30pm – 2:25pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ more info
Friday,
Oct. 3
Science Seminar ~ "When the Earth moves, what will you do?" presented by Eric Baer (Geology) ~ 1:30 - 2:35pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Saturday,
Oct. 4
Science on the Sound ~ "Invertebrates of Puget Sound" presented by Woody Moses (HC Biology Instructor) ~ 12:00 - 12:45pm ~ FREE ~ MaST Center ~ more info
  Monday,
Oct. 6
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for September.
Tuesday,
Oct. 7
Art Exhibit Opening Reception ~ 12:00 - 1:30pm ~ Building 25 (Library), 4th floor
Wednesday,
Oct. 8
History Seminar ~ "The Phoenicians" presented by Sam Alkhalili ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Thursday,
Oct. 9
Highline employees: financial services month end close for September.

Disability Awareness Month Workshop ~ "Recognize and Refer: Depression 101" presented by Dr. Gloria Rose Koepping ~ 1 – 2pm ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Skokomish room
Friday,
Oct. 10
Science Seminar ~ "Ebola, morbidity and mortality" presented by Joy Strohmaier (Biology) ~ 1:30 - 2:35pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Monday,
Oct. 13
Disability Awareness Month Workshop ~ "Recognizing and Responding to Stress and Anxiety" presented by Demetrius Hatcher, Highline Veterans 45 program ~ 12:00 - 1:30pm ~
Building 6, room 151
Wednesday,
Oct. 15
History Seminar ~ "Deluge: The Great Ice-Age Missoula Floods" presented by Eric Baer ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Thursday,
Oct. 16
Disability Awareness Month Event ~ "Voices Up: Writing Our Grit and Silk" poetry reading and workshop by Ann Teplick ~ 9- 11am ~ Building 7
Friday,
Oct. 17
Professional Development Day (PDD) ~ no classes; all offices closed; no science seminar ~ details pending
Saturday,
Oct. 18
Team HC walks for cause! ~ Making Strides of Puget Sound ~ 9am ~ Seattle Center ~ more info
Tuesday,
Oct. 21
Disability Awareness Month Workshop ~ "Threatening Students—Debunking Myths" presented by Allison Lau, Highline Counseling department ~ 1 - 2pm ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Skokomish room
Wednesday,
Oct. 22
History Seminar ~ "Immigration Policy in the US" presented by Ben Gonzalez ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102

Disability Awareness Month Workshop ~ "Domestic Violence Awareness 101" ~ 10 - 10:50am ~ Building 7

Disability Awareness Clothesline Project
~ 10am - 2pm ~ Building 6, (Outside of Women’s Programs) ~ Women’s Programs will supply the paints and shirts, come & create your own art on T-Shirts ~ more info

Disability Awareness Month Workshop ~ "Living a Disabled Life" presented by Steve Ferreira ~ 1 - 2pm ~ Building 7
Thursday,
Oct. 23
Campus Safety & Precautions Workshop ~ 10 - 10:50am ~ Building 7 ~ Director of Public Safety & Emergency Management, Jim Baylor, will discuss the importance of campus and personal safety.

Disability Awareness Clothesline Project
~ 10am - 2pm ~ Building 6, (Outside of Women’s Programs) ~ Women’s Programs will supply the paints and shirts, come & create your own art on T-Shirts ~ more info

Disability Awareness Month Event
~ "Mother for You I Made This" performance by Ezra Dickinson ~ 1pm ~ Building 2

Disability Awareness Month Event ~ "Hollywood Got Us All Wrong" talk presented by Lynn Schirmer ~ 1:20pm ~ Building 2
Friday,
Oct. 24
Science Seminar ~ "Octopuses, are they smarter than a fifth grader?" presented by Rus Higley (Biology) ~ 1:30 - 2:35pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Tuesday,
Oct. 28
Disability Awareness Month Event ~ Wellness screening conducted by the Highline Counseling department staff ~ 10am - 2pm ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Constance/Mt. Olympus rooms
Wednesday,
Oct. 29
History Seminar ~ "Parkinson's Disease" presented by Aaron Moehlig ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Friday,
Oct. 31
Science Seminar ~ Green Week Speaker ~ 1:30 - 2:35pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Nov. 2014   ^top^
Sunday,
Nov. 2
Daylight Saving Time ends. Turn clocks back one hour.
Wednesday,
Nov. 5
History Seminar ~ "The United States in World War II" presented by Emmanuel Chiabi ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Thursday,
Nov. 6
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for October.

Diverse Voices: Open Mic ~ 1:30pm – 2:25pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ more info
Friday,
Nov. 7
Science Seminar ~ "Working toward the fountain of youth" presented by Tim Vagen (Health) ~ 1:30 - 2:35pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Saturday,
Nov. 8
2nd Annual Squid-A-Rama ~ "It's the running of the squid in the Puget Sound" ~ 5-9pm ~ MaST Centermore info
Monday,
Nov. 10
Highline employees: financial services month end close for October.
Tuesday,
Nov. 11
Veterans' Day Observed ~ no classes; all offices closed
Wednesday,
Nov. 12
History Seminar ~ "Seaplanes on Lake Union, 1914-1935" presented by Jules James ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Friday,
Nov. 14
Science Seminar ~ "Acquiring a telescope using the Galileo method (with a Newtonian twist)" presented by Gregory Reinemer (Physics) ~ 1:30 - 2:35pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Wednesday,
Nov. 19
History Seminar ~ "King Arthur" presented by Teri Balkenende ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Thursday,
Nov. 20
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Friday,
Nov. 21
Science Seminar ~ "The Second Unknown Dimension" presented by Erik Scott (Mathematics) ~ 1:30 - 2:35pm ~ Building 3, room 102
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. 4
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for November.

Diverse Voices: Open Mic ~ 1:30pm – 2:25pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ more info
Tuesday,
Dec. 9
Highline employees: financial services month end close for November.
Thursday,
Dec. 11
Christmas Ships Open House ~ 8-10pm ~ MaST Center ~ details pending
Friday,
Dec. 12
Fall quarter ends
Saturday,
Dec. 13
Nursing Program's 50th Anniversary Celebration ~ details pending
Dec. 15-Jan. 2 Quarter break - no classes
Wednesday,
Dec. 17
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
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
Wednesday,
Jan. 7
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for December.
Monday,
Jan. 12
Highline employees: financial services month end close for December.
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
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Monday,
Feb. 16
President's Day ~ 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^
   
May 2015 Asian-Pacific Islander (API) Month ~ asianpacificheritage.gov ^top^
Monday,
May 25
Memorial Day no classes; all offices closed
June 2015 ^top^
Thursday,
June 11
Spring quarter ends

Commencement ~ details pending
Friday,
June 12
HCC T-Bird Golf Tournament ~ details pending
Monday,
June 22
Summer quarter begins
July 2015   ^top^
  Friday,
July 3
Independence Day Observed ~ no classes; all offices closed
August 2015   ^top^
  Thursday,
Aug. 13
End of 8-week summer quarter session ~ no classes; most faculty are off campus
  Aug. 24-Sept. 18 Quarter break ~ no classes; most faculty are off campus
Sept. 2015   ^top^
Tuesday - Friday,
Sept. 15-18
Opening Week ~ details pending
Thursday,
Sept. 17
Campus Welcome Fair ~ details pending
Monday,
Sept. 21
Fall quarter begins


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