Inter-Quarter Break Until Monday, April 3

Inter-Quarter Break Until Monday, April 3
We are Different. We are Able

 

Latest & Greatest

*CAA 2nd Annual Staff Showcase:  Saturday, April 1st at the Downtown Hammer Theater, 7:30pm. Local community celebrities Chad Bojorquez and Eliza Riley are going to be the emcees. This evening is going to be an amazing celebration of artistic expression and ability!  The CAA Professors and Staff are back this year at the Hammer Theatre to dazzle you with their incredible artistic expressions they use throughout the year to bring out the best in their students:https://donate.collegeofadaptivearts.org/san-jose/events/2nd-annual-caa-staff-showcase/e120975

Spring Quarter Registration is now open for prospective new CAA students.  Here is the Updates Spring Quarter Schedule and Course Catalogfor reference and circulation.  All past balances must be paid in full before registering for the Spring Quarter.  

Honorary CAA Theatre Professor Steve Dini's very last show Footloose will be his last show at Pioneer and he'd like to invite the CAA Family out:  The dates are March 24,25,29,30,31 and April 1 at 7 pm.  

College of Adaptive Arts is now on Mid-Quarter Break until Monday, April 3rd.  Enjoy your 2 week break, and have fun signing up for some new and engaging classes for the Spring Quarter! :)

Stanford University Research is conducting a research study of adults with Asperger's or Autism.  If interested, here's more information.

A doctoral student at the University of Maryland is conducting a research study on the use of robotics/adaptive technology.  If interested in possibly participating in her study, here's information:

Are you interested in assistive robotics research?

 

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the UMBC Computer Science program and have Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), a neuromuscular disorder that affects the control of muscle movement.
 
My goal is to develop robotics aids to increase independence for people with physical disabilities and seniors. As part of my research, I am conducting a survey on attitudes toward robotic aids and how they may improve the quality of life for those with physical disabilities and seniors.
 
If you are interested in the advancement of assistive robotics, you can help me with my research by participating in our survey.
Participation is voluntary and anonymous. The participant must be 18 years or older. You can access the survey here: https://goo.gl/H9lLGQ.
 
This study has been reviewed and approved by the UMBC Institutional Review Board (IRB). A representative of that Board, from the Office.for Research Protections and Compliance, is available to discuss the review process or my rights as a research participant.
Contact information of the Office is (410) 455-2737 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you,
Kavita
Website: http://www.csee.umbc.edu/~kavi1/



Donations always very welcomed and dearly appreciated: Coffee creamer Bottled Water flats, Sugar packets, insulated cups with lids, Paper towels, Coffee K Cups decaf and regular, Lined paper, Post it notes, Clorox Cleaning wipes

Upcoming Events for the Calendar:

 

Mission Moment: 

This past Saturday the CAA Superstaff established a professional development model whereby they are going to share their skills formally with each other so that everyone continues to grow professionally to best support the CAA Student Body.   
 
This Week at CAA
 
  • Saturday, April 1, 8:30am:CAA Walking Team meets at Los Gatos Trail
  • Saturday, April 1:  CAA Staff Showcase Night, 7:30pm, Hammer Theatre, Downtown San Jose.