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Thursday, April 17, 2014
Meet the Alliant University Representative Kevin McMackin!:
Come talk with Kevin about all that Alliant University has to offer as a transfer option university
Student Union Quad
Dress For Success:
A Workshop Series to prepare you for success at the Palomar Job Expo or any Career Fair Event.
Career Center (SU-17)
Academic Pathways In Music:
"Academic Pathways In Music" for all music majors. Both Palomar and High School students. Registration deadline: April 18, 2014. Please see website for more information and to register online,http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/academic-pathways-in-music/ Free Food, free t-shirts, free ticket to the Palomar Symphony Orchestra's evening concert and pre-concert activities. General informational sessions on the major-specific coursework for vocal, instrumental and composition tracks required for music majors at most institutions. (including Palomar College)
Presentations on careers in music, the Audition and building a composition portfolio. Opportunity to perform individually for music faculty. Meet with music area advisors to explore options in academia: conservatories, universities. Opportunity to speak with current Music majors at Palomar College. Register for summer music classes. Tours of the Palomar College Performing Arts Department classrooms, computer music lab, practice and rehearsal rooms and the newly renovated Howard Brubeck Theatre. Q & A sessions regarding any aspect of majoring in music. Hear performances by Palomar College Music Ensembles
Palomar College San Marcos Campus
Spring 2014 Political Economy Days:
Spring 2014 Political Economy Days. The purpose of Political Economy Days, now in its fourth year, is to broaden students’ exposure to political, economic and historical topics. Lectures on a variety of topics feature faculty from Palomar College, Mesa College, CSU San Marcos, UCSD, and other colleges and universities and will be held during regular class time.
Please go to the Economics, History and Political Science department website for more information.
San Marcos Campus
Summer 2014 online registration appointments have been issued! :
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Concert Hour: Neave Duo: Anna Williams, violin; Mikhail Veselov, cello
Currently in residence at San Diego State University as part of the Neave Piano Trio, these two fine musicians step outside their duties to present an exciting program as a string duo. Hailed by critics as an “up-and-coming ensemble” (WQXR Radio, New York City), praised for its “heart on-sleeve performances” (Classical New Jersey) and nominated by the Boston Phoenix as the “Best of Boston”, the duo will present works by Beethoven, Handel-Halvorsen and Glier.
Doors open at 12:20. See you in the Brubeck!
(Please Note: Pamela Narbona Jerez, originally scheduled for this date, will not perform.)
Howard Brubeck Theatre