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Current Service Opportunities

 Current Service Opportunities are listed below

College-Specific Service Openings

  • Please contact your college Nominating Committee representative for current openings:
    • COB- 
    • CED-
    • CHHS-
    • CLA- 
    • CNSM- 
    • COE- 
    • COTA- 
    • UL- 
    • CAPS- 

Lecturer Faculty Service Openings

  • If you’re interested in  these councils or boards, please send us two or three sentences (no more than 100 words) on why you’re interested in serving in this capacity and how you’re qualified.  The applications should be sent to the Academic Senate office at ann.kinsey@csulb.edu. ​
  • Curriculum and Educational Policies Council (CEPC- 1 opening for a 1 year term. Meetings are 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month, 2-4 pm in AS-119 (Anatol Center)
  • University Resource Council (URC- 1 opening for a 1 year term. Meetings are 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from 1-3 pm in AS-119 (Anatol Center)
  • Faculty Center for Professional Development Advisory Board (FCPDAB) - 2 openings for a 1 year term. Meets as needed, TBD

    If you are interested in serving on these committees, please send your name and a short statement of how you are qualified to: Ann Kinsey (ann.kinsey@csulb.edu) in the Academic Senate. Thank you
  • AS INTERNSHIP TASK FORCE:

    The Academic Senate Internship Task Force needs one faculty representative with knowledge, expertise, or interest in graduate and/or undergraduate internships. The Task Force is charged with developing campus policies and procedures for internships in accordance with the Chancellor’s Executive Order No. 1064.  The Task Force will:

  • Develop a campus-wide definition of internships that
    1. differentiates internships from service learning and volunteer work;
    2. differentiates internships from clinical internships and teacher preparation
    3. Includes researching other CSU and other definitions to use as guides.
  • Create a general policy that addresses:
    1. How internships are planned including benchmarks for awarding academic credit, accommodation plans for students with special needs, and the implementation of student orientations.
    2. How internship placement sites are assessed including the identification of potential site risks, securing individuals from host organizations to supervise students, the execution of official placement agreements between the university and internship sites, and ways to evaluate sites’ abilities to provide educationally appropriate experiences for students.
    3. When and how internship site visits must be completed.
  • Establish best practices/ criteria for internship courses;
    1. Examples of criteria may include, but are not limited to, the number of internship hours to be completed and degree of faculty supervision.
  • This opportunity is open to tenure-track, tenured, and lecturer faculty. To apply please send your name and a 100-word statement of interest to Ann Kinsey (Ann.kinsey@csulb.edu) by noon on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. Please email Jessica Pandya (Jessica.pandya@csulb.edu) with any questions!

  • TITLE IX WORKING GROUP

    The Title IX Prevention & Awareness Working Group (hosted by the Office of Equity and Diversity) needs two faculty members with expertise in sexual misconduct prevention and educational work. The Working Group will focus on building an effective, sustainable prevention and awareness educational programming and partnerships across CSULB for student, faculty, staff, and community partners that address sexual misconduct prevention services.  Members will help the working group stay informed on cutting edge sexual misconduct prevention research as well as provide guidance on research-based practices that are effective in bystander prevention programming.

    This opportunity is open to tenure-track, tenured, and lecturer faculty. To apply please send your name and a 100-word statement of interest to Ann Kinsey (Ann.kinsey@csulb.edu) by noon on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. Please email Jessica Pandya (Jessica.pandya@csulb.edu) with any questions!

University Service Opportunities

AS INTERNSHIP TASK FORCE:

The Academic Senate Internship Task Force needs one faculty representative with knowledge, expertise, or interest in graduate and/or undergraduate internships. The Task Force is charged with developing campus policies and procedures for internships in accordance with the Chancellor’s Executive Order No. 1064.  The Task Force will:

  1. Develop a campus-wide definition of internships that
    1. Differentiates internships from service learning and volunteer work;
    2. Differentiates internships from clinical internships and teacher preparation
    3. Includes researching other CSU and other definitions to use as guides.
  2. Create a general policy that addresses:
    1. How internships are planned including benchmarks for awarding academic credit, accommodation plans for students with special needs, and the implementation of student orientations.
    2. How internship placement sites are assessed including the identification of potential site risks, securing individuals from host organizations to supervise students, the execution of official placement agreements between the university and internship sites, and ways to evaluate sites’ abilities to provide educationally appropriate experiences for students.
    3. When and how internship site visits must be completed.
  3. Establish best practices/ criteria for internship courses;
    1. Examples of criteria may include, but are not limited to, the number of internship hours to be completed and degree of faculty supervision.

This opportunity is open to tenure-track, tenured, and lecturer faculty. To apply please send your name and a 100-word statement of interest to Ann Kinsey (Ann.kinsey@csulb.edu) by noon on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. Please email Jessica Pandya (Jessica.panday@csulb.edu) with any questions!

 

TITLE IX WORKING GROUP

The Title IX Prevention & Awareness Working Group (hosted by the Office of Equity and Diversity) needs two faculty members with expertise in sexual misconduct prevention and educational work. The Working Group will focus on building an effective, sustainable prevention and awareness educational programming and partnerships across CSULB for student, faculty, staff, and community partners that address sexual misconduct prevention services.  Members will help the working group stay informed on cutting edge sexual misconduct prevention research as well as provide guidance on research-based practices that are effective in bystander prevention programming.

This opportunity is open to tenure-track, tenured, and lecturer faculty. To apply please send your name and a 100-word statement of interest to Ann Kinsey (Ann.kinsey@csulb.edu) by noon on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. Please email Jessica Pandya (Jessica.pandya@csulb.edu) with any questions!