The Cal Maritime Library hosts and coordinates a variety of events and programs on campus throughout the academic year.
Maker Days are a series of monthly workshops for students, faculty and staff to make new things. Past events have included Arduino microcontrollers, 3-D printing, marlinspike, screenprinting, globe making and much more. Think with your hands!
Contact Margot Hanson (email@example.com) for more information.
Learn about upcoming events or read about past events.
Faculty at Cal Maritime share their expertise and research interests in these informal lectures, which include an interview and Q&A session moderated by a faculty member from another discipline. The series was launched in 2015 to promote a culture of research and scholarship on campus. It aims to share the excitement of research projects happening right now at Cal Maritime. Sponsored by the Cal Maritime Library and Faculty Development.
Contact Michele Van Hoeck (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
TED Talk discussions are a collaboration between the library and Residence Life. Topics are chosen and discussions are moderated by student leaders, with a variety of students, faculty and staff participating. These small group discussions give us an opportunity to discuss topics beyond the classroom setting with members of the whole campus community.
The Common Reading program involves all new Cal Maritime students and the campus community in reading a shared book, with the goals of acquainting new students with Cal Maritime’s academic environment, including its mission and values; initiating relationships between students and the campus community; introducing students to academic discussion; and inspiring a lifelong love of learning.
Learn about the Common Reading program or read about past Common Reads.