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Weekly Wednesday Message

April 24, 2013


Current Dates and Deadlines

4/22-4/25 Chinese Food and Culture Festival
4/25 Deadline for 3ET Proposals
4/27 Annual Multicultural Dinner and Show
4/30 Novel in the Drawer: From Manuscript to Published Book: How to get your creation out of the drawer and into the world of readers!

HSI STEM: Increasing Student Participation in Research at CSULB

CHHS and CNSM faculty can receive information and training on campus funding, external grants, and opportunities for student research on Monday, April 29.

This training will introduce participants to:

  • Barriers and Facilitators to Student Involvement in Research
  • Student Research Opportunities in CHHS and CNSM
    • Sanos y Fuertes, H2OLA, MARC, RISE, RIMI
  • Undergraduate Pipeline
  • University Resources

Lunch will be provided.

Date Monday, April 29
Time 10 am – 2 pm (Lunch Served)
Location Faculty Center for Professional Development, LIB 507
RSVP Mara.Bird@csulb.edu

 

From Manuscript to Published Book, Professor Turned Novelist Speaks on Campus

Critically acclaimed author Dr. Barbara Corrado Pope presents “Novel in the Drawer: From Manuscript to Published Book: How to get your creation out of the drawer and into the world of readers!”

This event is open to faculty, staff and students.

Date Tuesday, April 30
Time

12 - 1 pm Writing & Publishing Process

5:30 - 6:30 pm Reading & Book Signing

Location Faculty Center for Professional Development, LIB 507
RSVP fcpd@csulb.edu

The event is sponsored by the NCLR/CSULB Center for Latino Community Health and the CSULB Faculty Center for Professional Development.

 

Faculty Information Luncheon to be Rescheduled

The Bookstore’s Faculty Information Luncheon scheduled for April 24 and 25 has been cancelled.  The event will be rescheduled at a future date, which will be announced through a future Weekly Wednesday Message and direct communication to each college.

 

If any support or assistance is needed, please feel free to contact our Textbook Office at (562) 985-7780 or via email at textbook@csulb.edu.

 

Did You Know?

Dr. Jonathan Talberg and the Cole Conservatory Chamber Choir will be performing with the Rolling Stones.  Yes, the Rolling Stones.

Dr. Talberg will conduct 26 members of the choir on May 3 at the Staples Center as they join Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the rest of the band in performing “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”

This isn’t the first non-traditional appearance the Chamber Choir has made this year. In March, the Choir joined composer Eric Whitacre and two other Southern California area choirs on stage at the TED Conference.  Led by Whitacre, they performed with other singers from more than 30 countries via Skype. You can watch their performance online.



 

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