Faculty, staff and students are invited to learn what our economy will look like five years from now and which occupations and job training will be most in demand. Learn more.
We may be asked by the Chancellor’s Office to increase enrollment next year. If we grow, we will grow primarily with transfer students and secondarily with graduate students. Learn more.
The University Library has launched an online repository intended to make faculty work, including articles, books, interviews, photographs and musical compositions, accessible to the world. Learn more.
Several events are scheduled on campus this month to promote safety and wellbeing.
Living Well @ the Beach: Living Well @ the Beach offers a week of activities focused on health, wellness and safety. Active shooter response presentations, information fairs, a fun walk and workshops on stress, nutrition, happiness and work/life balance are among the events taking place. Learn more.
Two Safety Drills - Great ShakeOut & Shelter-in-Place: The California Great ShakeOut is taking place Thursday, October 16 at 10:16 am. On Tuesday, October 21 from 2:30 to 2:45 pm CSULB is participating in a campus-wide Shelter-in-Place Drill. Learn more.
Walk to Benefit Arthritis Foundation: The LifeFit Center @ The Beach is hosting a walk to benefit the Arthritis National Research Foundation on Monday, October 27 at 10 am. Learn more.
Faculty are asked to help document ethics training across the curriculum and determine resource needs by completing a brief survey from the Ukleja Center for Ethical Leadership. Learn more.
The Degree Planner that lets students map their entire academic path to graduation is now available to students in 26 undergraduate majors. Learn more.
Staff Council is hosting its annual Spooktacular on October 31 with a department decorating contest, a pre-carved pumpkin contest and individual and group costume contests. It has also started accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys for the Bob Rodgers Cherishing Children Toy Drive. Learn more.