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Recurring Events
April 2015 National Poetry Month ~ poets.org ^top^
Monday - Friday,
April 20-24
Earth Week ~ more info
Tuesday,
April 21
Earth Week: Campus Cleanup ~ 9am - 4pm ~ HSU, Building 8, first floor

National Poetry Month: Joseph Green Poetry Reading
~ 9 - 11am ~ Building 2

Women of Vision ~ Sexism in Academia—Rosemary Thairu ~ 12:15 - 1:15pm ~ HSU, Building 8, room 204 (ICC) ~ more info

Earth Week: Sustainability in Lifestyle Talk ~ Speaker: Jonathan Betz-Zall ~ 12:15 - 1:30pm ~ Building 2
Wednesday,
April 22
Earth Week: Bottle Exchange ~ 2 for 1: Bring in 2 disposable water bottles & exchange 2 disposable water bottles for 1 refillable water bottle. ~ HSU, Building 8, 2nd Floor

ORCA Reduced Fare & Health Benefit Info
~ 10:30am - 1pm ~ HSU, Building 8, lower level ~ Kent Public Health Outreach Specialist Cindy Mai will be here to answer questions.

27th Annual Community College/UW Advising Conference
~ 10:30am - 4pm ~ UW-Seattle campus, Alder Hall ~ FREE event and lunch is provided, if requested on your registration.

Honors Colloquy
~ Presented by Michelle Harvey ~ 12:15 - 1:20pm ~ Building 10, room 205

Earth Week: Sustainability Workshop ~
Conservation in the Galapagos—Bronwyn Scott ~ 1–2pm ~ Building 2

National Poetry Month: A Student Led Workshop
~ Poetry Across Cultures ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center)

History Seminar ~ "U.S. Entry into World War I" presented by Tim McMannon ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Thursday,
April 23
Evergreen State College (Olympia) Rep ~ 10am - 1pm ~ HSU, Building 8, 1st floor ~ An Admissions representative from Evergreen will be at Highline to speak with students who may be interested in transferring to the school. Come by with your questions about admissions requirements, application deadlines, programs and scholarship opportunities. Stop by the Evergreen table anytime during these hours.

Rape For Profit ~ The documentary about Sex Trafficking in Seattle ~ 10am - 12pm ~ Building 7 ~ FREE showing

Earth Week: Water Bottle Recycling and Repurposing Demonstration ~ Provide a showing of “Tapped” ~ 12:15pm ~ Building 7

Communication Seminar ~ The Elephant in the Newsroom: Agendas & Perceptions ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~HSU, Building 8, Mt. Constance/Olympus rooms
Thursday - Saturday,
April 23-25
Student of Color Conference ~ Yakiama, WA ~ more info ~ Students that are accepted will have all costs paid for. Applications are due February 27.
Friday,
April 24
Advising & Info Session ~ Various health related programs at Bastyr University ~ 8:05 - 8:50am ~ Building 2

Open Educational Resources (OER) Interest Group Meeting ~ 10-11am ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Skokomish room

Flick Fridays
~ 10am - 12pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info

Science Seminar ~ Helen Burn—Randomization-based approaches to probability and statistical inference ~ 1:30 - 2:35 pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Monday,
April 27
Unity Through Diversity Week: Race and Classism in Sports ~ 11am - 12:30pm ~ Lectures presented by Dave Zirin, Political Sports Writer for Nation Magazine. ~ more info

WA State University (TRI-CITIES CAMPUS) Rep ~ 12-3pm ~ HSU, Building 8, 1st floor ~ An Admissions representative from WSU Tri-Cities Campus will be at Highline to speak with students who may be interested in transferring to the school. Come by with your questions about admissions requirements, application deadlines, programs and scholarship opportunities. Stop by the WSU table anytime during these hours.

Unity Through Diversity Week: Race and Classism in Sports ~ 1:30pm - 3:30pm ~ Lectures presented by Dave Zirin, Political Sports Writer for Nation Magazine. ~ more info

Boot Camp ~ 5:00pm - 5:50pm ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.
Tuesday,
April 28
Unity Through Diversity Week: Theater of the Oppressed ~ All day ~ Various student performances throughout campus. ~ more info

UW Tacoma Office of Admissions Rep
~ 9am - 3pm ~ Students can meet with the UWT Admissions representative for 30 minutes to discuss their transfer to UW Tacoma. The representative will be able to answer questions regarding majors, admissions and GPA requirements, when to apply and also review transcripts unofficially. To set up an appointment time, students should send an email to transfer@highline.edu.

Pacific Lutheran University Rep
~ 10am - 1pm ~ HSU, Building 8, 1st floor ~ An Admissions representative from Pacific Lutheran University will be at Highline to speak with students who may be interested in transferring to the school. Come by with your questions about admissions requirements, application deadlines, programs and scholarship opportunities. Stop by the PLU table anytime during these hours.

National Poetry Month: Brian Turner Poetry & Memoir Reading and Writing Workshop ~
11am - 1:30m ~ Building 2

Unity Through Diversity Week: (Dis)Unity in Diversity Rhetoric ~ (Dis)Unity in Diversity Rhetoric: The Ableism Crisis & Disability Justice ~ 12:15pm - 1:30pm ~ Lecture presented by Lydia Brown, Disabilities Rights Activist. ~ more info

Unity Through Diversity Week: Unveiled ~ Unveiled: A One Woman Play ~ 1:30pm - 3:30pm ~ Written and Performed by Rohina Malik. ~ more info

Applied Bachelor's Degrees Open House ~ 5:30 - 7pm ~ Building 8 ~ Learn about two of Highline’s new applied bachelor’s degrees—Cybersecurity and Forensics and Global Trade and Logistics—and enjoy free pizza.
Wednesday,
April 29
Boot Camp ~ 7:00am - 7:50am ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.

Unity Through Diversity Week: Design Yourself
~ 10am - 11:30am ~ Lecture presented by Louie Gong, Seattle Based Native Artist, Activist and Educator. ~ more info

ORCA Reduced Fare & Health Benefit Info ~ 10:30am - 1pm ~ HSU, Building 8, lower level ~ Kent Public Health Outreach Specialist Cindy Mai will be here to answer questions.

Honors Colloquy
~ Presented by Paul Hyun Park ~ 12:15 - 1:20pm ~ Building 10, room 205

Unity Through Diversity Week: Retaining Culture in Eurocentric World through Asian Pacific Islander Experiences
~ 12:15pm - 1:30pm ~ Lecture presented by Michael Tuncap, Director of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion at Green River College. ~ more info

History Seminar ~ "Changing Demographics of South King County" presented by Jeff Wagnitz ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102

Unity Through Diversity Week: Health, Wellness & Pacific Islander Performing Arts ~ 2pm - 3:30pm ~ Workshop presented by Carmen Tuncap. ~ more info
Wednesday - Friday,
April 29 - May 1
Assessment, Teaching & Learning Conference (ATL) Conference ~ Spokane Convention Center ~ more info
Thursday,
April 30
Unity Through Diversity Week: Empowerment through Words ~ 12:15pm - 1:30pm ~ Creative Writing Workshop presented by local Hip-Hop artist Sharp Skills. ~ more info

Unity Through Diversity Week: Open Mic Night ~ 6pm - 8:30pm ~ Featuring Sharp Skills and local performing arts non-profit organization Freshest Roots. ~ more info
May 2015 Asian-Pacific Islander (API) Month ~ asianpacificheritage.gov ^top^
Friday,
May 1
Advising & Info Session ~ Demetrius Hatcher will present material on his roles in helping Veterans and his work in the TRIO program & representatives Cathy and Rebecca from the CWU Business School will share some updates. ~ 8:05 - 8:50am ~ TBD

Flick Fridays
~ 10am - 12pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info

Science Seminar
~ Carla Whittington—Landslides in Washington State ~ 1:30 - 2:35 pm ~ Building 3, room 102

Unity Through Diversity Week: Modern Activism On and Offline
~ 2pm - 4pm ~ First Fridays Leadership Institute Workshop presented by Shaun Knittle, Founder of Social Outreach Seattle. ~ more info
Saturday,
May 2
Science on the Sound ~ "Annual MaST Writers Workshop" presented by Susan Landgraf ~ 12pm ~ MaST Center ~ more info
Monday,
May 4
ASHC Elections Packet Due ~ 12pm ~ more info

Boot Camp ~ 5:00pm - 5:50pm ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.
Tuesady,
May 5
Give Local America ~ details pending

Saint Martin’s University Rep ~ 9am - 12pm ~ HSU, Building 8, 1st floor ~ An Admissions representative from Saint Martin’s University will be at Highline to speak with students who may be interested in transferring to the school. Come by with your questions about admissions requirements, application deadlines, programs and scholarship opportunities. Stop by the Saint Martin’s table anytime during these hours.

ASHC Candidates Forum ~ 12:30 - 1:30pm ~ Building 7 ~ All students invited to attend.
Wednesday,
May 6
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for April

Women In Action Award Ceremony ~ 1pm ~ Nominate a student, staff, faculty and community member! Deadline is April 24 by 5pm! Please recognize women achieving their dreams and those who continue to pave the way for others to keep their dream alive ~ more info

Women’s Programs 33rd Annual Celebration ~ Bridging Tides: "Bridging Hope Through Education" ~ 10am - 2:30pm ~ more info

Boot Camp ~ 7:00am - 7:50am ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.

Counseling Wisdom Series
~ Death of Socal Skills—Jasmine Bravo ~ 11am - 12pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info

Honors Colloquy
~ Presented by Che Dawson ~ 12:15 - 1:20pm ~ Building 10, room 205

History Seminar ~ "Women in American Higher Education" presented by Maureen Murphy Nutting ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Thursday,
May 7
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.

Achievement Social & Celebration
~ 12 - 1pm ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Townsend Room ~ Join, cheer, and celebrate our students as they are recognized for reaching 15 credits, 30 credits, and 45 credits milestones.

UW Tacoma Urban Studies Program Info Session
~ 12:15pm ~ Building 6, Room 164 (Transfer Center) ~ An advisor from the UWT Urban Studies program will be at Highline to give a presentation on the major. There is no need to sign up. Just show up and learn about this excellent major!

Open Mic Readings
~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.

Public Hearing on Federal Way Link Extension ~ 4-7pm ~ HSU, Building 8 ~ The public hearing will give you the chance to comment on the environmental impacts of the Federal Way Link Extension, which will extend light rail from SeaTac to Kent/Des Moines by 2023 and to Federal Way when more funding is secured. ~ more info
Friday,
May 8
Flick Fridays ~ 10am - 12pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info

Science Seminar
~ Dusty Wilson—Where Mathematics Comes From ~ 1:30 - 2:35 pm ~ Building 3, room 102

CORE Services Leadership Team Applications Due ~ 5pm ~ more info
Saturday,
May 9
GlobalFest ~ 1-5pm ~ HSU, Building 8 ~ FREE ~ Annual event that includes food, performances and interactive displays from around the world. Guests can visit country-themed booths, see talented students perform, learn fun games and crafts and meet people who have an interest in sharing and exploring different cultures. ~ more info
Monday,
May 11
Highline employees: financial services month end close for April

Boot Camp ~ 5:00pm - 5:50pm ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.

Career Connections ~ 5:30 - 7:30pm ~ Building 2 ~ Receive free hiring, career and resume tips from experts at KeyBank! Also, network and catch up with fellow Highline alums and current students. More details will be available soon.
Tuesday,
May 12
Women and Men of Vision ~ Earning Allyship—MCA Professional Staff ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info
Wednesday,
May 13
Boot Camp ~ 7:00am - 7:50am ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.

Grad Fair ~
8:30am - 5:30pm ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Constance/Mt. Olympus room

ASHC Election Day
~ 9am ~ more info

Honors Colloquy
~ Presented by Tessa Olmstead ~ 12:15 - 1:20pm ~ Building 10, room 205

History Seminar
~ "The Magna Carta" presented by Teri Balkenende ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Thursday,
May 14
ASHC Election Day ~ all day ~ more info

UW Tacoma Office of Admissions Rep ~ 9am - 3pm ~ Students can meet with the UWT Admissions representative for 30 minutes to discuss their transfer to UW Tacoma. The representative will be able to answer questions regarding majors, admissions and GPA requirements, when to apply and also review transcripts unofficially. To set up an appointment time, students should send an email to transfer@highline.edu.
Friday,
May 15
Advising & Info Session ~ "Veteran Services Office" presented by Brian Galloway & "New BAS programs at HC" presented by Tanya Powers. ~ 8:05 - 8:50am ~ TBD

Flick Fridays ~ 10am - 12pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info

Science Seminar ~ Eugene Disney—Nudibranch Population Densities at the MaST ~ 1:30 - 2:35 pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Monday,
May 18
Boot Camp ~ 5:00pm - 5:50pm ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.
Tuesday,
May 19
Men of Vision ~ Reality vs. Comedy—Sydney Saari ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info
Wednesday,
May 20
Boot Camp ~ 7:00am - 7:50am ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.

City University of Seattle Rep ~
10am - 1pm ~ HSU, Building 8, 1st floor ~ An Admissions representative from City University of Seattle will be at Highline to speak with students who may be interested in transferring to the school. Come by with your questions about admissions requirements, application deadlines, programs and scholarship opportunities. Stop by the City U table anytime during these hours.

History Seminar
~ "Alan Turing and Enigma" presented by Kurt Giessel ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102

Highline Student Awards Ceremony
~ 5:30 - 7:30pm ~ HSU, Building 8, Mt. Townsend room ~ Awards will be granted to students who have made outstanding contributions to academic departments and student activities.
Friday,
May 22
Flick Fridays ~ 10am - 12pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info

Science Seminar
~ Kurt Giessel—Alan Turing and the Enigma Machine ~ 1:30 - 2:35 pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Monday,
May 25
Memorial Day no classes; all offices closed
Wednesday,
May 27
Boot Camp ~ 7:00am - 7:50am ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.

History Seminar
~ "American Sign Language" presented by Roman Wright ~ 1:30 - 2:40pm ~ Building 3, room 102
Thursday,
May 28
Counseling Wisdom Series ~ Leading from Within—Jasmine Bravo ~ 11am - 12pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info
Friday,
May 29
Flick Fridays ~ 10am - 12pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info

Science Seminar
~ Steve Lettic—The Science of CSI ~ 1:30 - 2:35 pm ~ Building 3, room 102
June 2015 ^top^
Monday,
June 1
Boot Camp ~ 5:00pm - 5:50pm ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.
Wednesday,
June 3
Boot Camp ~ 7:00am - 7:50am ~ Building 27 ~ The workouts will be modified for all levels. Open to the entire Highline community. No need to sign up, just show up ready to go.
Thursday,
June 4
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for May

Poetry Lounge
~ Happily Ever After?—ICC Staff ~ 12:30 - 1:30pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info

Open Mic Readings
~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
Friday,
June 5
Flick Fridays ~ 10am - 12pm ~ ICC, Building 8, room 204 ~ more info
Saturday,
June 6
Science on the Sound ~ "Wind Energy" presented by Bryan Stumpf ~ 12pm ~ MaST Center ~ more info
Tuesday,
June 9
Highline employees: financial services month end close for May
Thursday,
June 11
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 ~ details pending
Friday,
June 12
HC T-Bird Golf Tournament ~ Annual fundraiser to support Thunderbird Athletics ~ 9:30am ~ Twin Lakes Golf & Country Club ~ more info
Monday,
June 22
Summer quarter begins
July 2015   ^top^
Thursday,
July 2
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
  Friday,
July 3
Independence Day Observed ~ no classes; all offices closed
Monday,
July 6
Highline employees: last day to submit transactions to be processed for June Preliminary
Thursday,
July 9
Highline employees: financial services month end close for June Preliminary
Thursday,
July 16
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Wednesday,
July 22
Nursing Info Session ~ 1:00pm ~ Building 26, room 213 ~ Learn about the nursing pathways that are offered at Highline and hear from one of the instructors about the Registered Nursing program at Highline. The information session is appropriate for current students or prospective students.
August 2015   ^top^
Thursday,
Aug. 6
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
  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^
Thursday,
Sept. 3
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
Monday,
Sept. 7
Labor Day ~ all offices closed
Tuesday - Friday,
Sept. 22-25
Opening Week ~ details pending
Thursday,
Sept. 24
Campus Welcome Fair ~ details pending
Monday,
Sept. 28
Fall quarter begins
Wednesday,
Sept. 30
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Oct. 2015 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^
Thursday,
Oct. 1
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
Thursday,
Oct. 15
Great Washington Shakeout Drill ~ Round 2 ~ Entire College community; students, faculty and staff will be asked to perform the Drop-Cover-and-Hold On drill when they hear the emergency alert.
Friday,
Oct. 16
Professional Development Day ~ no classes; all offices closed
Nov. 2015   ^top^
Thursday,
Nov. 5
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
Wednesday,
Nov. 11
Veterans Day ~ no classes; all offices closed
Thursday,
Nov. 19
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Wednesday,
Nov. 25
The college closes at 4 p.m.  Classes that begin at 5 p.m. or later do not meet.
Thursday, Friday
Nov. 26, 27
Thanksgiving Holiday ~ no classes, all offices closed, no Science Seminar
Dec. 2015 ^top^
Thursday,
Dec. 3
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
Thursday,
Dec. 10
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Monday,
Dec. 14
Fall quarter ends
Dec. 21-Jan. 8 Quarter break - no classes
Thursday,
Dec. 24
The college closes at 4 p.m.
Friday,
Dec. 25
Christmas Day ~ all offices closed
Thursday,
Dec. 31
The college closes at 4 p.m.


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