FIND OUT HOW GOOD YOU REALLY ARE. After seeing how children in NYC Schools are sometimes incorrectly diagnosed and overly medicated, I decided to do something about it. LIU Brooklyn gave me the resources I needed to become a school psychologist. Before I knew it, I'd begun an externship at a local elementary school. Utra Budhu, M.S.Ed. in School Psychology, Class of 2014 LIU Long Island University liu.edu For more things to do this week and every week, check out our campus calendar. Submit your events to event@brooklyn.liu.edu Polk Awards’ Steinberg Seminar Focuses on Corruption in China -  The George Polk Awards’ Steinberg Seminar — newly named this year to honor the work of retiring LIU President David J. Steinberg — takes place Wednesday, April 10, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Kumble Theater. Entitled “A Revolution Betrayed: Covering Corruption and Human Rights in China,” the seminar will feature three 2012 Polk  Award winners, all of whom were honored for groundbreaking reporting on high-level corruption in China. Author and longtime journalist John Darnton, curator of the Polk Awards, will moderate a panel discussion with Holly Williams of CBS News, David Barboza of The New York Times and Wenxin Fan of Bloomberg News. A 5:30 p.m. reception will precede the free event, which is open to the public. LIU Brooklyn to Host Relay for Life Cancer Walk  - The campus will conduct a Relay For Life event April 23, offering students, faculty and other employees – in addition to people from the local communities — the opportunity to team up in the fight against cancer. Relay teams from the university and the community will participate in the three-hour walk benefitting cancer research on April 23, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., inside LIU Brooklyn’s Arnold & Marie Schwartz Gymnasium. The teams will collect donations before and during the relay, which will feature live music and entertainment. Brooklyn, N.Y. – WABC-TV, the FBI and the New York City Department of Education are among the more than 75 employers already signed up to participate in the Best of Brooklyn Job/Internship Fair at LIU Brooklyn on April 18. Bebe Miller Dance Company at Kumble Theater -  651Arts and New York Live Arts this month will present “A History,” a celebration of the last decade of Bebe Miller and her dance company’s work. Viewed through the lens of a partnership, veteran Bebe Miller dancers Angie Hauser and Darrell Jones appear live and virtually to create a dynamic theatre-based performance and archeological inquiry. Under Miller’s direction, their nuanced dancing relationship is an opportunity to look at the way past ideas and experiences lead us forward. A History runs Friday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20. For more information, call the Kumble Theater Box Office at (718) 488-1624. 4/9 ­ Careers in Health Panel 4/12 ­ Social Work Department Presents Grandparents' Coalition Workshop 4/15 ­ “Communication: The Faculty and You”