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Friends and Neighbors Calendar

September 17, 2019

Webinar: Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Substance Awareness Coordinator programs

The Counseling programs at Montclair State University prepare students to become multiculturally competent counselors in a variety of work settings. The academic preparation follows guidelines established by state licensure and certification boards.

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Group counseling

September 17, 2019

Films and Filmmakers Series

Dan Mirvish is a director, screenwriter, producer, and author. He’s just finished the award-winning, critically-acclaimed feature Bernard and Huey, scripted by Oscar/Pulitzer-winner Jules Feiffer, and starring Oscar-winner Jim Rash and David Koechner which screened in over 30 film festivals on 5 continents and had a 20-city theatrical release by Freestyle Releasing/Entertainment Studios in the US, and has sold to over 49 countries.

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Dan Mirvish

September 18, 2019

Musician’s Health Workshop with Joe Smeck

Peak performance is physically, mentally and emotionally demanding. Kick-start your new academic year with vital information to optimize your physical health and well-being.

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Joe Smeck

September 18, 2019

Information Session: Teacher Education Programs

Join us on Wednesday, September 18th at 6:00 p.m. in the University Hall Conference Center to learn about our Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) and Post-Baccalaureate Initial Certification programs.

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September 24, 2019

Films and Filmmakers Series

Michael J. Burg is a film, television and stage actor and a longtime member of the Actors Studio. He is also active in the world of independent film producing. Having served as executive producers for the 2011 feature film, Turbine and the 2017 feature film The Eyes.

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Michael J. Burg

September 25, 2019

Information Session: Counseling (MA)

The M.A. in Counseling Program prepares students to be culturally competent social justice counselors to work with diverse populations of all ages in the following four areas: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Addictions Counseling, School Counseling, and Student Affairs/Higher Education. Students are prepared to work with diverse populations in elementary and secondary schools, community mental health agencies, student affairs positions in colleges and universities, and substance abuse treatment facilities. The academic preparation follows guidelines established by state licensure and certification boards.

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Counseling

September 25, 2019

Faculty Showcase Recital

This event is part of the Cali School’s Wednesday at One series. This series presents a wide variety student and faculty vocal and instrumental performances throughout the academic year.

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Leshowitz Recital Hall

September 25, 2019

Information Session: Graduate Business Programs

Attend this information session to learn about our ‘Business Suite’ programs and the graduate admissions process.

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Dean Cant with Graduate Business students

September 25, 2019

The SCM Colloquium Series presents: A Film Screening of Award-Winning “Life With Layla”

Life with Layla world premiered at the ReelAbilities NJ Film Festival in May and was awarded the 2019 Montclair Film Festival New Jersey Films Competition. ReelAbilities programming is made possible by generous funding from the Kessler Foundation.

Life with Layla, a ReelAbilities NJ Film Festival selection, will be screened as part of the School of Communication and Media’s colloquium series

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Life with Layla film

September 25, 2019

Department Colloquium: Quantum Gravity in a Nutshell

Nature is full of interactions which can be described in terms of four fundamental forces: electromagnetic, weak, strong and gravitational. It is the most ambitious goal of theoretical physics to provide a unified quantum mechanical description of all four interactions, and quantum field theory provides a partial success. As a consistent framework describing the first three forces, quantum field theory passed numerous experimental tests, including the recent discovery of the Higgs boson. However, we do not have a quantum mechanical model of gravity yet, and quantum gravity has been the “holy grail” of theoretical physics. In this talk, we review the history of gravitational theory and the current status of quantum gravity.

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Wheeler's spacetime foam

September 26, 2019

Decolonizing Language Education: Ofelia Garcia

Ofelia Garcia is Professor Emerita of the Ph.D. Programs in Urban Education and Latin American, Iberian and Latino Cultures at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York. She has published widely on issues dealing with language and education, and is a member of the National Academy of Education.

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Ofelia Garcia

September 26, 2019

The SCM Colloquium Series presents: How to Land a Great Internship

Come hear from current students and recent grads about their co-op internship experiences and what they’re doing post-graduation. We talk about the good, the bad and the ugly. Bring your questions!

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"You're hired" graphic

September 26, 2019

Critical Made in Italy 5: Environment and Nutrition

A Panel Discussion with Dr. Maurizio Cellura (University of Palermo, Italy) and Wayne DeFeo (DeFeo Associates Environmental Consulting, NJ). The panel includes two presentations: “Sustainability in the Food Sector: an Italian case study, TERRAVITA” by Dr. Cellura and “Food Loop Cycle in New Jersey: Ideas Suitable to Italy and the U.S.” by Wayne Defeo.

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vegetables

September 26, 2019

Public Seminar: The Scientific Legacy of Apollo

The primary goal of the Apollo missions was “landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth.” But the Apollo astronauts also left several scientific experiments on the Moon and returned with 842 pounds of lunar materials. What did we learn from this? I will focus on a few scientific questions that were informed by the scientific efforts of the Apollo astronauts: (i) the formation of the Moon, (ii) the seismology and composition of the Moon, and (iii) Lunar Laser Ranging (LLR) and its role in testing general relativity.

Event will be followed by Public Telescope Night outside of CELS building, weather permitting.

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Apollo on the moon

September 27, 2019

SCM Information Session & Tour

We look forward to welcoming you to our School on the Montclair State University campus.

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School of Communication and Media