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Past Messages

This is an archive of all past messages for the campus community concerning COVID-19.


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Walter Pyramid
In difficult times like the one we’re living through, there is the understandable temptation to turn to the familiar: old sayings, reassuring effects and established practices. At best, these comforts offer temporary relief from immediate troubles.
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While Beach Bulletin is a newsletter featuring updates for faculty and staff on a range of issues, content during Spring Semester 2020 is heavily focused on CSULB’s continuing response to COVID-19.
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The sacrifices you make now will help protect the health — and, quite likely, even save the lives — of people you may never know. That is something we can all feel good about. 
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Keep the suggested six feet of distance between you and anyone else you see. It's critical you keep to these recommendations.
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The challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic continue make it is obvious that we are all called to make shared sacrifices, exhibit extraordinary teamwork and look out for one another.
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While Beach Bulletin is a newsletter featuring updates for faculty and staff on a range of issues, content during Spring Semester 2020 is heavily focused on CSULB’s continuing response to COVID-19.
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Due to the rapidly changing circumstances regarding coronavirus and the Governor's recent 'stay at home' directive, the Chancellor's Office has made the decision to implement the contractual emergency pay provisions for CSUEU (BU's 2, 5, 7 & 9) and Teamsters 2010 (BU 6) employees system-wide.
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With Spring Break beginning next week, this is a time that many of you traditionally look forward to a break from classes and a time for relaxation. We know that this has been a period of great adjustment for you as well, including shifting to alternative instruction, following “Stay at Home” orders, and many of you may have had to alter upcoming plans for travel.
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The California State University (CSU) system has authorized a new program that will provide up to 128 hours of paid administrative leave (prorated if less than full time) to university employees, academic student employees (prorated by scheduled hours), and non-represented student assistants (prorated by scheduled hours) who are unable to work due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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As we are leveraging Zoom for an alternative method of instruction, a cybersecurity attack called “Zoom-bombing” has come to our attention, in which the bad guys crash Zoom meetings to cause disruption and security concerns.