Monday, September 22, 2014
1 – 3PM
Meyer Hall, Emeryville campus
Career Services is excited to welcome eight-time Grammy winner, Manny Marroquin’s. His humble approach and creative technique have positioned him among the elite in the industry. His ear for sound has helped snag Top 40 spots for artists within a wide spectrum of genres, and in 2005 his talent and hard work were acknowledged by the many Grammy nominations he received for his work on the Alicia Keys, Usher, and Kanye West albums (all were nominated for Album of the Year).
Manny took home two Grammys for his work on the Kanye West album and a Grammy for the Alicia Keys album (Best R&B). In 2011, Manny took home the prestigious award for best engineered album for John Mayer’s Battle Studies, making him a eight-time Grammy-winning mixing engineer.
To attend, RSVP at expression.edu/expert.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
KATHY PECK , H.E.A.R.
September 12th, Friday 1:30 PM – 3 PM
East End Conference Room
Kathy will be on campus to talk to you about custom musicians earplugs and in-ear monitors (IEM) ear impressions and will provide hearing tests to students for free.
Student rate for HEAR Musician Earplugs is: $180 plus tax (custom Musicianʼs Earplugs: Retail List Price can cost $400 + up). These come in custom colors with choice of one pair attenuated filters ER-9, ER-15 or ER-25. Custom ear impressions only for ($50) for all brands In Ear Monitors (IEMS) and other custom mold products are also available. Your H.E.A.R. ear impressions usually take approximately 10-12 minute for custom molding. The plugs come back from the Westone lab or other lab in 2 weeks unless you request a rush charge.
Kathy Peck, Executive Director /Co-Founder
H.E.A.R.® Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers is a nonprofit org Est 1988 with support of Pete Townshend of the Who, The Les Paul Foundation, The Bill Graham Foundation and others. H.E.A.R. is dedicated to the prevention of music hearing loss.
Although campus will be open during the Labor Day Holiday (8/30 – 9/01/14), there will be no lectures or labs running during the Labor Day weekend.
Please note specific departmental closures below…
The IT Office will close at 6 PM on Friday, August 29th, and reopen at 7:30 AM on Tuesday, September 2nd.
IT support will not be available over the holiday. Helpdesk tickets can be submitted via email@example.com.
The Library will close at 5 PM on Friday, August 29th, and reopen at 9 AM on Tuesday, September 2nd.
Any items that are up to date as of 9/29 may be kept over the long weekend. Have fun!
The ER will close at 2 AM on Saturday, August 30h, and reopen at 8 AM on Tuesday, September 2nd.
No equipment is allowed out over the break unless previously cleared through a course director and equipment room manager.
Studios will close at 2 AM on Saturday, Saturday, August 30h, and reopen at 8 AM on Tuesday, September 2nd.
Studio bookings will not be allowed over the holiday.
The doors to the Student Services area in the South Wing will be close at 1 PM on Friday, August 30th, and reopen at 10 AM on Tuesday, September 3rd.
If you need immediate assistance after 1 until 5 PM on Friday or before 10 PM on Monday, please use the courtesy phone at the entrance to the South Wing Student Services area (i.e. Financial Aid, Registrars, Office of Student Affairs, and Bursar). Here’s a link to our phone directory.
Have a non-laborious Labor Day Weekend!