Tomorrow commemorates the 13th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Let us remember and honor those we lost. A visit to the 9/11 Memorial website offers a virtual tour of the memorial, individuals’ stories from that day and more.
An agreement between CSULB and the Peace Corps will allow graduate students to complete an assignment as a Peace Corps volunteer after finishing some coursework in the Geography or Linguistics master's programs. Learn more.
Congratulations to Dr. Craig Smith (Communication Studies) who has received a National Association for Communication award for “Confessions of a Presidential Speechwriter.” Learn more.
CSULB’s Center for First Amendment Studies will present a program on the impact of the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United ruling, which opened the floodgates for more money in political campaigns. Learn more.
Starting Monday you can make changes to health, dental, flexcash and other benefits. Learn more.
In recognition of National POW/MIA Day, CSULB’s Veterans Services will hold a remembrance on Friday, September 19 at 10 am. Learn more.
After more than 12 years of service at CSULB, Dr. Linda Sarbo, director of the Learning Assistance Center, is retiring. Learn more.
Under the California Public Records Act all electronic and hard copy records, including business-related emails, that are maintained by the University, auxiliaries and their employees are subject to disclosure. Learn more.