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May 28, 2010

CNR News 5.28.10

OISA/Computer Lab Summer Availability
The CNR Resource Center computer lab will be closed for the summer beginning Monday, May 17th. The Office of Instruction and Student Affairs will be open during the summer, however in June we will have six student orientation programs for new students and the advising offices will be closed. Please check directly with your major advisor for their availability. Have a great summer!

Job & Internship Opportunities 5.28.10

I. Recreation Specialist Position at Stanislaus National Forest
II. Science Instructors needed for Science Research Institute

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May 14, 2010

Upcoming CNR Events & Announcements 5/14/10

I. Hans Jenny Memorial Lecture: Filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia
II. OISA/Computer Lab Summer Availability

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Course Offerings for Summer/Fall 2010

City College of San Francisco Geographic Information Systems Summer/Fall 2010 Workshops
We will be offering our GIS Quick Start during Summer 2010 beginning June 2nd through June 30th.

In addition, the GIS Education Center is offering seven courses this fall, beginning August 16th.

> GIS Theory & Practice (free)
> Geodatabases
> GIS Quick Start
> GIS Quick Start II
> GIS and the Urban Environment
> Introduction to Spatial Statistics
> Map Design & Data Visualization
> Public Health Analysis using GIS

- Hands-on training using ESRI’s ArcGIS
- Receive a free 1yr copy of ArcGIS and free ESRI Virtual Campus course
- Network with other professionals in the area!
- Strengthen your resume with spatial analysis skills

Discount: $30 off when registering one week prior to start date.

Please visit for workshop information and registration.

Internship Opportunity 5/14/10

Online Adventure Travel Marketplace Seeks Talented Individuals ASAP
Attention undergraduate students interested in:

- Tourism marketing
- Tourism destination management
- Adventure travel
- Ecotourism
- Cultural heritage tourism
- Sustainable resource management

We are an online adventure travel marketplace with openings for several summer interns. Our website’s launch date was May 10, 2010 and we are looking to rapidly expand our network of partnering local tour operators on all seven continents.

We need dedicated individuals to help us identify local tour operators offering outdoor adventure activities such as hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing. Applicants will be interested in working in a vibrant, dynamic, and expanding field, and will demonstrate the following qualifications:

- Passion for the environment, culture, adventure, and travel
- Ability to work in a unstructured, start up environment
- Self-motivated, proactive, and able to multi task and work remotely
- Strong research skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills

Responsibilities to include:

- Identifying local tour operators servicing cool destinations for adventure travel
- Picking itineraries offered by local tour operators to market on the site
- Marketing the website on social networking websites and college campuses
- Working remotely four days per week
- Completing a 10-week commitment from June through August.

The position is unpaid, but there are multiple prizes available to interns, including but not limited to a prize for finding the most extreme adventure itinerary.

College credit is available according to the rules and regulations of your university.

To apply please submit resume to Ian Matthews at

Check out our website at

Upcoming Career Center Event 5/14/10

Medical School Admissions Panel, Wednesday, May 19
Join us on Wednesday, May 19, at 1 p.m. in Room 2060 VLSB to hear from a panel of medical school admissions representatives from Stanford and UCSF, and a Cal alum in residency at UCSF, for tips on succeeding during the upcoming medical school application season.

Panelists will discuss:
- what makes for a strong applicant
- personal statements
- how to represent what you're currently doing on your application
- how to manage being waitlisted
- common myths and misconceptions
- common mistakes and how to avoid them

Bring your questions because we will make time for group as well as individual Q&A.

Please RSVP on Callisto so we can anticipate audience size. To RSVP: Log in to Callisto at then select Programs & Workshops under the Shortcuts menu.

May 7, 2010

CNR News & Upcoming Events 5/7/10

I. Peer Advisor Leadership Program (PAL) Applications Due May 14th!
II. Hans Jenny Memorial Lecture: Filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia
III. Computer Lab Closed for Summer

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Summer Course Offering 5/7/10

Interested in rhetoric and still need to fulfill American Cultures Breadth Requirement? Consider this summer course offering!

Rhetoric 139AC: Autobiography and the Rhetoric of Individualism in America
Instructor: Michael Mascuch
Time & Location:
MWF: 9am - 11:30am (209 Dwinelle)
Summer session A

This course is intended to fulfill the American Cultures Breadth
Requirement. Its basic purpose will be to introduce students to American
autobiography and American cultures by means of exploring how
representations of personal experience by writers of diverse cultural
groups respond to or are otherwise informed by the American rhetoric of
individualism. We will begin with a general, critical discussion of
"individualism" as an ideology and of "autobiography" as a literary
genre with a particular rhetorical function for Americans, and then move
on to explore the complex relationship between genre and ideology in
American cultures through rhetorical analysis of particular
autobiographies. We will examine a series of primary works drawn from
three distinct American cultures: African Americans, European Americans,
and Asian Americans, in order to see the ways in which writers have
responded to the imperatives of ideology and genre.


* Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, ed
David W. Blight, 2nd paper edn. (New York: Bedford/: St. Martin’s Press,
2002). ISBN-10: 0312257376
* Richard Wright, Black Boy: A Record of Childhood and Youth. (paper
edn., New York: Harper Perennial Modern Classics, 2008). ISBN-10: 0061443085
* Maxine Hong Kingston, The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among
Ghosts (paper edn., New York, Vintage, 1989) ISBN-10: 0679721886
* Loung Ung, Lucky Child: A Daughter of Cambodia Reunites with the
Sister She Left Behind (paper edn., New York: Harper Perennial, 2006)
ISBN-10: 0060733950
* Joan Didion, Where I Was From (Paper edn, New York: Vintage, 2004) ·
ISBN-10: 0679752862
* Luc Sante, The Factory of Facts (Paper edn., New York: Vintage, 1999).
ISBN-10: 0679746501

Jobs, Internships & Enrichment Opportunities 5/7/10

I. Now Accepting Applications for the CACS Administrative Intern
II. New Leaf Paper Internships
III. San Francisco Department of the Environment Seeking Clean Air Associate
IV. Real Goods Solar Seeking Inside Sales Assistant
V. Vice Chancellor Student Advisory Committee Recruiting Students
VI. Outdoor Nation Youth Summit

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