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Did You Know?

CSULB has received a $188,470 grant from the U.S. Department of Education to fund five projects aimed at strengthening international education. Learn more.

CSULB Commits to Producing More Graduates

CSULB committed to producing 4,400 additional baccalaureate degree holders by 2025 at the White House College Opportunity Day of Action last week. Learn more.

Provost's Reflections on the Day of Action in D.C.

It was an honor for President Conoley and me to represent CSULB at the White House College Opportunity Day of Action in Washington DC last week with President Obama, the First Lady, Vice President Biden, and Secretary of Education Duncan. For me, the most impactful aspect was hearing, first-hand, the passion that both President Obama and the First Lady have for student success in college. Learn more.

January Workshops for Faculty

NIH Proposal Development Workshop

Learn how to develop better research proposals for the National Institutes of Health at a one-day interactive workshop on Jan. 14. Learn more.

Scholarly Writing Institute in January

Work on your writing projects at the Scholarly Writing Institute Jan. 6-8 at the Anatol Center (AS-119). Learn more.

Earn a Stipend at Sustainability Workshop

Find out how to connect sustainability issues to core concepts in your disciplines at the Green Thread Workshop on Jan. 23. Faculty will receive $250 for attending the workshop and completing a fully revised standard course outline. Learn more.

Trade in Outdated Electronics for Credit

Exchange your phones, tablets and computers for newer items or receive cash on your CSULB ID card. Learn more.

Phishing Email Scam Targeting University Employees

Some universities outside of California have been targets of a phishing email scam. Employees are reminded that CSULB never solicits employee banking information electronically nor do we maintain this information electronically in MyCSULB. Learn more.