Santa Rosa Junior College
February 18, 2013
BearFacts TOC
WeGo Sonoma
Student Parents!
Athletics
Transfer Center
SRJC Scholarships
Dental Program Applications
Study Abroad
Upcoming Events for Week of February 18, 2013
Monday, February 18, 2013
Washington's Day Holiday
(NO CLASSES)

Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Petaluma Cinema Series showing of Beasts of the Southern Wild
for more info go to petalumafilmfest.org

Know Your Rights in Education Lecture
Rm 602 Petaluma Campus (Teleconferenced to Doyle 4245 Santa Rosa Campus)
3:30-4:30 pm

Thursday, February 21, 2013
Black History Month Lecture
Panel discussion on Restorative Justice in Education
Bertolini Student Center, 12:30-1:30 pm

Sunday, February 24, 2013
Last Day to opt for P/NP

Wednesday, February 28, 2013
Center for Student leadership Lecture with Frank Kobayashi, Ed.D.
Bertolini Student Center, East End 1st floor, 12-1 pm

Friday, March 1, 2013
Green Jobs Rebuild California Conference.
All day conference will examine green job possibilities in Sonoma County and California.
Bertolini Student Center from 8 am-4:30 pm 
Register now at www.greenjobsevent.com.
Stop circling for parking and share a ride to campus!

Sign-up with WeGo Sonoma, the SRJC's new Real-Time Ridesharing program. Now is the time, WeGo is sharing the love by covering the cost of riding until Valentines Day. Create your schedule today and start using your smartphone to connect with other riders and drivers!

The Children's Center and Child Development Department

is offering a workshop for student parents on Kindergarten.

We are opening this up to the SRJC community - please spread the word.

 

Kindergarten Here We Come!

On Friday, February 22nd from 9 - 10:30 a.m. in Room 3862, John Eberly, Child Development instructor, former kindergarten teacher and elementary school principal, will lead a workshop for parents on Kindergarten. The workshop will be held in room 3862, upstairs in the Robert Call Child Development Center from 9:00-10:30 a.m. Come learn about what's required to register for kindergarten, the skills children should develop by the time they enter kindergarten, and how to help your child transition from a preschool setting into the "big school." John will also talk about the intra- district and inter- district transfer process, charter schools, and transitional kindergarten programs. To sign up for this workshop or for more information, call the Children's Center office at 527-4224.

February 2013 - SRJC Athletics Home Schedule
 
Baseball
Thur, Feb. 21...........................vs Solano (2pm)

Softball
Tues, Feb. 19............................vs Miarin (1:30pm)

Women's Basketball
Tues, Feb. 19..............................vs Delta (5:30pm)

Men's Tennis
Fri, Feb. 22.................................vs Folsom Lake (1pm)

Women's Tennis
Fri, Feb. 22.................................vs Folsom Lake (1pm)

Track and Field
Fri, Feb. 22.................................vs Blue vs. Red Scimmage (12pm)

Only home games are FREE to ASP Members.
Please refer to the SRJC Athletics website for updates.

Transfer Center Upcoming Events

The Transfer Center is offering a series of Spring 2013 Workshops and Events to provide you with the information you need to prepare for a bachelor's degree program. Take advantage of what we can teach you about the transfer process.

 

Need Money for College?  

Check dates and times of seminars to find out about scholarships and financial aid available for transfer students:

http://www.santarosa.edu/instruction/prepare_for_transfer/pdf/workshops-and-seminars.pdf.

 

University Representatives are available to answer your questions in the SRJC Transfer Center. http://www.santarosa.edu/instruction/prepare_for_transfer/pdf/university-reps.pdf
  

Did you apply to Sonoma State for Fall 2013?

Please check MySSU http://www.sonoma.edu/admissions/online_services/self_service.html
on a weekly basis to see if your application file is complete and ready for review. Any needed documents will be posted to your To-Do List and it's your responsibility to submit these documents by the posted deadlines.    
  

How to start a Career in Veterinary Medicine

Learn more about what is required to become a veterinarian.

Presentation by Dan Famini DVM: www2.santarosa.edu/f/?nCMMXQPK.  

 

How to Choose a Major

Not sure about a major? Find out how to decide based on your career goal and education:

Wednesday, March 6th from 2 - 3:30 pm in Room 4875, 3rd Floor, Bertolini Student Center.

SRJC Scholarship Programs

    

Now is the time to apply for Fall 2013!

 

SRJC Foundation Scholarships application deadline is March 1, 2013 (postmark) and award letters mailed in late June 2012.

 

2013-14 Doyle Scholarships application deadline is March 14, 2013 (postmark). 


For more information about scholarships and their deadlines, drop by the Scholarship Office in Plover Hall, Santa Rosa Campus or visit our web site! You may also call (707) 527-4740 (Santa Rosa) or (707) 778-2461 (Petaluma).

Dental Assisting Program Applications
  
Applications will be available beginning November 1, 2012 through April 1, 2013. For more information about the program and application process, please go to: www.santarosa.edu/healthsciences or call (707) 527-4272.

Information Meetings for Fall 2013 Study Abroad Program in London

www.santarosa.edu/sa 

   

Wednesday

Feb. 27, 2013

5:15-6:15 pm

Rm. PC 726, Mahoney

Petaluma

Thursday

Feb. 28, 2013

12-1 pm

Rm. 4245, Doyle Library

Santa Rosa

Wednesday

March 6, 2013

12-1 pm

Rm. 4245, Doyle Library

Santa Rosa

Thursday

March 7, 2013

1:30-2:30 pm

Rm. PC 726, Mahoney

Petaluma 

Contact Prof. Nicole Slovak-Villano: nvillano@santarosa.edu, 707-521-7884

or Patty Warne: pwarne@santarosa.edu, 707-527-4469.

 
Bear Facts
 

The California grizzly bear (Ursus californicus) was designated official State Animal in 1953. Before dying out in California, this largest and most powerful of carnivores thrived in the great valleys and low mountains of the state, probably in greater numbers than anywhere else in the United States. As humans began to populate California, the grizzly stood its ground, refusing to retreat in the face of advancing civilization. It killed livestock and interfered with settlers. Less than 75 years after the discovery of gold, every grizzly bear in California had been tracked down and killed. The last one was killed in Tulare County in August 1922, more than 20 years before the authority to regulate the take of fish and wildlife was delegated to the California Fish and Game Commission by the State Legislature.

Photo credit: Tom Myers Photography  

Info found on library.ca.gov   

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