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Weekly Wednesday Message

March 27, 2013


Current Dates and Deadlines

Today Deadline to register for Summer Institute on Teaching and Learning
Today Reception for Alumni Association Grant Recipients
Today Last day to order lunch tickets for Staff Day
4/1 Deadline to RSVP for Donald P. Lauda Wellness Lecture
4/1 Deadline to submit applications for Faculty Research Training Fellow Positions
4/1 Deadline to submit poster/s, exhibits, books, published works to display at the University Achievement Awards April 18
4/3 Staff Day
4/3 Staff nominations for Academic Senate due

Farmer’s Market on Campus Today

Associated Students, Inc. is partnering with 49er Shops, Inc. and LA City Farm to host CSULB’s first-ever farmers’ market today from 11 am – 2 pm in front of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center. The event will welcome nearly a dozen farmers and feature free giveaways and music.

Vendors may be accepting cash only for this first-time event. For more information, contact Beach Pride Programs at 5-2535.

 

Change in Library Hours, Campus Road Closures on Saturday

The University Library will open at 11:30 am and close at 5 pm this Saturday, March 30 due to road closures on campus for the Compete 4 Causes 5K Run/Walk.

Road closures are expected on East Campus, South Campus and West Campus Drives as well as Beach Drive, Earl Warren Drive, Merriam Way, Deukmejian Way and State University Drive from 9 am to 11 am.

 

Support the University Library through its new Amazon Wish List

Budget cuts have put a strain on the University Library's Best Sellers Collection. Help the Library restore it by making a donation through its Amazon Wish List. You can also be the first person to check out the book.

Titles on the Wish List are chosen from the Los Angeles Times Best Sellers lists, and include:

  • Non-fiction
  • Biography
  • Children and Young Adult
  • Fiction

For more information please visit the website, or contact Cathy.Outten@csulb.edu.

 

CSULB Hosts Academic Technology Staff Conference April 5

The CSU-sponsored Community of Academic Technology Staff Conference (CATS) will take place in the Anatol Center (AS 119) on Friday, April 5. There is no registration fee. View the program. Register to attend.

 

2013 Women's Research Colloquium is April 10

The President’s Commission on the Status of Women invites the campus community to attend the 2013 Women’s Research Colloquium on Wednesday, April 10 from 5 – 7:30 pm at The Pointe in the Pyramid.

The Colloquium features two presentations by CSULB faculty and/or staff about research they conducted related to women's issues. This year’s presenters are:

  • Dr. Kim Vu and Dr. Panadda Marayong (College of Liberal Arts and the College of Engineering): "Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists and Engineers by Combining Research and Outreach."
  • Dr. May Ling Halim (College of Liberal Arts): "When Women Perceive Discrimination."


The event includes dinner and costs $20.

To RSVP, contact Cynthia Angiuli at 5-1688 or Cynthia.Angiuli@csulb.edu.

 

Child and Family Center Open House

The Child and Family Center, a NAEYC Accredited program, will be hosting its annual Open House on Friday, April 5 from 11 am – 1 pm in the Family and Consumer Sciences building (FCS) Preschool classroom FCS 107 and Toddler Classroom FCS 109.

The Child and Family Center provides childcare services to CSULB employees whose children are between 18 months and 5 years of age. The Open House serves as an opportunity for families to receive Fall 2013 enrollment applications and information, meet the lead teachers and administrators, tour the classrooms, and learn about the Center’s curriculum.

For more information, please visit the Center's website.

 

Did You Know?

Five years after CSULB, the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) and Long Beach City College (LBCC) joined together to create the Long Beach College Promise, data shows encouraging results in three key measurements of student achievement—college preparation, college access and college success.

LBUSD Superintendent Christopher Steinhauser, LBCC Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley and CSULB Provost Don Para shared the data, which are compiled in a progress report titled, “A Breakthrough in Student Achievement,” on Thursday, March 21 at an anniversary celebration. To view the full report, visit the Long Beach College Promise website.

 

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