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Did You Know?

This year 59 new tenured and tenure-track faculty have been hired – the most since 2007-08. You can meet them at Convocation and learn more about them in upcoming messages.

Getting Around Campus: Traffic Signal, Off-Campus Parking

The overhead traffic signal at the West Campus turnaround near Brotman Hall will be fully activated on Friday. Once classes begin, there will be additional parking at the Marina Lot, just south of Second Street and Marina Drive. Learn more.

Getting Ready for Classes: Your Syllabus, BeachBoard, Important Dates

These resources make it easier for faculty to create an accessible syllabus, upload it to BeachBoard and plan the semester. Learn more.

Update Your Contact Lists: Several People Move into New Administrative Positions

People serving in new positions this year include the interim director of the University Art Museum and associate deans in the colleges of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and Continuing and Professional Education. Learn more.

Events: Convocation & Reception for President Conoley

On Friday, August 22, faculty and staff will come together at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center for Convocation. Enjoy breakfast, hear from campus leaders about the upcoming year and meet President Jane Close Conoley. Learn more.

Don’t Forget: Power Outage Will Affect Technology on Saturday

A power outage is scheduled for the Library and the Academic Technology Services (ATS) Data Center on Saturday, August 16 from 4 am to 6 pm. Learn more about the systems and servers that will be shut down..

Welcome to the New Semester

The Spring 2014 semester has gotten off to a good start. Once again, CSULB's popularity is evident as Spring enrollments are running ahead of forecasts. We expect about 1,000 more students this Spring than last.

Applications for Fall 2014 admission also reached an all-time high, with 83,500 applications for undergraduate admission received by December 1. We believe that Long Beach received the 5th largest number of applications of any U.S. university. Get the entire message.

 

Provost's Wednesday Message

 

Academic Affairs 2013 Annual Report

 

Don't Forget... Dates & Deadlines

1/27 Supporting Materials for Faculty Awards Due
1/29 Deadline to submit abstracts for the Women’s Research Colloquium
2/21 CSULB Student Research Competition