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HHD Week

 

 

 

HHD Week is a college-wide event that spotlights relevant topics on human health, development, and lifelong learning. The three-day program showcases speakers from related disciplines and provides students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to connect with community partners and to network with professionals in the field.

Wednesday, April 4

  • "Overtaken" Film Screening 10am-12:30pm TSU Theatre
    Presented by the Substance Abuse Awareness Prevention Student Association
    This documentary highlights battles against addiction through the lives of young adults. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions to the film director.
  • “Resilience" Film Screening 4pm – 6pm TSU Theatre
    Presented by the Child and Adolescent Studies Department & Student Association
    This film will touch on adverse childhood experiences (ACES) and its relation to destructive behavior and medical diseases. A discussion about overcoming ACES will be held after the movie screening.
  • Mindfulness and Self Care Workshop 1pm - 2pm TSU Pavillions A & B
    Presented by Active Minds
    In this two part event, Charles Royston will lead a mindfulness session.Charles Royston is an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist and works for OMID Multicultural Institute for Development.
  • Professional Spotlight 6:30pm-7:30pm TSU Pavillions A & B
    Presented by the Human Services Student & Alumni Association
    A panel of Human Services faculty will answer questions regarding their career path and provide advice to students. The second half of the event will overview non-profit organizations created by CSUF students and their steps to success.

Thursday, April 5

  • Road to Recovery Panel 8:30am-10am TSU Ontiveros A & B & C
    Presented by the Substance Abuse Awareness Prevention Student Association
    Drug and Alcohol professionals will give a presentation and lead a discussion forum on addiction.
  • Careers Outside the Classroom 12:30pm – 1:30pm TSU Ontiveros A & B & C
    Presented by the Child & Adolescent Studies Department & Student Association
    Panelists will educate students about their career paths outside of teaching and share helpful insights; Networking and Q & A will follow.
  • OT/PT/AT Speakers 2pm - 4pm TSU Ontiveros A & B & C
    Presented by the Kinesiology Student Association
    Three guest speakers will highlight different professional paths in the field of Kinesiology.
  • Resume Workshop 8pm-9pm Fig Housing 3rd Floor: Active Room
    Special Guest: Elizabeth Bobadilla, College Career Specialist for the College of Health & Human Development
    Learn how to strengthen your resume and receive guidance from a professional career advisor. A Q & A panel with theme floor Alumni will follow.

Friday, April 6

  • Breakfast with the Board 8:00am-10am KHS 193F
    Special Guest: Dr. Laurie Roades
    A special Q & A session will be held with the Dean of the College of Health & Human Development. The opportunity to meet and network with the representatives of the Health and Human Development Inter-Club Council over breakfast.

  • Fishbowl 10:30am – 12:30pm TSU Alvarado A & B
    Presented by: Master of Social Work Association & Graduate Counseling Student Association
    Participants will experience a facilitated open fishbowl group discussion.
  • Graduate Student Panel 1pm - 3pm TSU Alvarado A & B
    Presented by: ESG Honor Society
    Gain insight and experience from current and past master’s program students.
  • Titan Nurses Across Generations 5:30pm - 9pm TSU Gabrielino & Titan Theatre
    Presented by: Nursing Student Association, School of Nursing & Nursing Alumni Chapter
    This event features an innovative and translational science convention for all nursing students, faculty, CSUF alumni, and the community. Speakers include faculty, alumni, & community leaders in the field of nursing.

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