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Did You Know?

This week the Carpenter Performing Arts Center kicked off its second season of Arts for Life - a comprehensive education program that provides free or low-cost arts activities for all ages.

Learn more about the program in the Long Beach Press-Telegram or visit the schedule of events on the Carpenter Center website.

Faculty Granted Tenure, Promotion

Congratulations to the 46 faculty who were recently granted tenure and/or promotion. Learn more.

Funding Available for Ethics Research

Faculty are invited to apply for ethics research stipends worth $2,000. Learn more.

Workshops Focus on Teaching Large Classes

All faculty are invited to a series of workshops focused on best practices for managing and communicating in large classes and personalizing the student experience. Learn more.

BeachBoard Workshops for Faculty

Faculty are invited to sign up for BeachBoard workshops in October and November. Learn more.

Are we Still Fighting Separate and Unequal?

On Wednesday, October 1, two events will look at the 1954 landmark Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education and discuss whether we are still fighting separate and unequal in schools. Learn more.

Become Part of the World’s Largest Yearbook

Did you graduate from CSULB or another CSU campus? Sign up to be part of the world’s largest yearbook celebrating 3 million graduates from the CSU system. Learn more.

Learn How to Live Well Without a Car

Kick off Rideshare Week on October 6 with a free lunch and a presentation from Chris Balish, an award-winning journalist who wrote a book on how to save money and live well car-free. Learn more.

Microsoft Office will be Free for Students, Faculty, Staff

Students will be able to install Microsoft Office on their devices for free beginning October 1. Faculty and staff will be able to install it for free in December. Learn more.

New Card Needed Next Week for UPASS Program

Beginning next Wednesday campus ID cards will not be accepted for UPASS, the program that lets you ride free on Long Beach Transit (LBT) buses. Learn about the new TAP card.