CSULB FEA Department Office: UTC 104      Phone: 562-985-5404     Fax: 562-985-5405

FEA Faculty

Department Chair
Jerry Mosher

Administrative Coordinator
Donna Thomas

Academic Advisor
Lorenzo Gutiérrez-Jarquin

Faculty
Jack Anderson
Tom Blomquist
Sharyn Blumenthal
Jerry Mosher
Micheal C. Pounds
Jose Sanchez-H

Emeritus Faculty
Robert Finney

Lecturers: Media Production
Fletcher Beasley
Dennis Burke
Christopher Cain
Kent Hayward
Tina Mabry
Dave O'Brien
Kevin O'Brien
Stu Rosen
Philip Schwartz
Morgan Stiff
Jack Tucker

Lecturers: Screenwriting
Bonnie Blackburn
Morgan Land
Adam Moore
W. Reed Moran
Sarah Tatting-Kinzy

Lecturers: Critical Studies
Erica Aguero
Rowena Aquino
David O'Grady
Gary Prebula
Noelia Saenz
Larry Smith
Laurel Westrup
Jonathan Wysocki

Technical Staff
Steve Hubbert
Robert Rhyu

Lorenzo Gutierrez-Jarquin

Office:UTC-102
Office Hours:  By appointment
Phone:562-985-1857
E-mail:Lorenzo.Gutierrez-Jarquin@csulb.edu

Current CSULB students are encouraged to schedule an appointment with Lorenzo using this link:

https://csulb_fea_academic_advising.youcanbook.me/

Lorenzo Gutiérrez-Jarquin is Academic Advisor for the Department of Film and Electronic Arts and Director of Undergraduate Advising for the College of the Arts at CSULB. He previously served for two years as Associate Director of CSULB's University Center for Undergraduate Advising.

Prior to joining CSULB, Lorenzo was the Director of Academic Advising at Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan. While at Madonna, he contributed to a 6 percent increase in the year-to-year persistence and retention rate of first-year students. Before moving to Michigan, Lorenzo served as the Director of Academic Success (Title V, HSI federal grant) at Alliant International University in San Diego. Previously, as the Assistant Director at the University of San Diego, he assisted in the implementation of the TRiO Upward Bound program that helps low-income, first-generation college-bound high school students attain college admission.

Lorenzo earned a B.A. in Theology and Religious Studies and an M.A. in Counseling, both from the University of San Diego. He also completed doctoral coursework in higher education at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, while working at Madonna University. His doctoral research focuses on college persistence among first-year, under-represented, and other "at-risk" students, as well as immigration-related issues.