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Zebras - photo courtesy of UC DavisWhy do zebras have stripes? Biological Sciences’ Theodore Stankowich has the answer to the question that has puzzled scientists, including Darwin, for more than a century. Learn more.

Academic Affairs Recognizes Departments for Student Success

Nineteen departments are being recognized for high performance and improvement with respect to student success. Learn more.

Display RSCA at Awards Event

Faculty and students who would like to display posters, exhibits, books and/or published works at the University Achievement Awards should send in their submission form today. Learn more.

Funding for Transportation Research

Funding from METRANS Transportation Center is available to conduct research directed at solving significant metropolitan transportation problems. Learn more.

Summer BeachBoard Workshops

Let Instructional Technology Support Services know when you are available to enroll in a workshop on the upcoming BeachBoard improvements. Learn more.

Scholarly Writing Institute is June 10-12

Registration is underway for the three-day intensive writing experience designed to help faculty complete scholarly writing projects. Learn more.

Staff Needed to Help with Commencement

Staff volunteers are needed to help make Commencement ceremonies special for graduates and their families. Learn more.

Event Kicks off Earth Week Activities

Kick off campus Earth Week activities at the Green Generation Mixer and Sustainability event. Learn more.

Support Student-Athletes at Jewels of the Night

The event on May 3 includes auctions, entertainment, food from area eateries, wine tastings and a cigar lounge. Learn more.

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