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Weekly Wednesday Message

August 7, 2013


In This Edition


Current Dates and Deadlines

8/13 Campus Emergency Preparedness Drill
8/15 Memorial for Bob Rodgers
8/15 RIMI Training
8/22 RIMI Training
8/23 Convocation

 

Campus Emergency Preparedness Drill on August 13

University Police will conduct a multi-agency response exercise to an active shooter event on campus on Tuesday, August 13.


In partnership with the Long Beach Police Department, Long Beach Fire Department, St. Mary Medical Center and other community agencies, the emergency preparedness drill will be held on the upper part of campus. Most of the activity will be centered at the south turnaround in front of the College of Education and McIntosh Humanities buildings with additional activity taking place in front of the University Library and Liberal Arts 1 Building.


The areas mentioned above will be impacted from 6 am to 2 pm, but the actual exercise is scheduled from 9:30 am to about 11:30 am. More information will be provided to faculty, staff and students as the event draws nearer.

 

Nearly $500,000 is Returned to Campus to Promote Research

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce that it has returned $492,025 to principal investigators and departments within individual colleges or academic units in accordance with the Provost’s Indirect Return Policy and the agreed distribution formulae used for the allocation of indirect return funds. In total nearly $1 million dollars will be returned for the 2012-13 fiscal year. The funds became available in Research Stimulation accounts on August 1.

 

Tech Tip

Don’t forget to create automatic email replies to let others know you will be out of the office for an extended period of time.  The IT Knowledgebase has a video to show you how to create Out of Office replies in Outlook.

 

Did You Know?

Thirty-seven girls and mothers from homeless families in Long Beach are spending the week on campus, living in student housing while learning about college life and the field of engineering. 

This is the first year for “Engineering Girls — It Takes a Village,” which is part of a collaborative educational outreach program with Long Beach Unified School District and Long Beach City College.

 

 

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