Emeriti & Retired Faculty and Staff (ERFAS)
CSULB Emeriti & Retired Faculty and Staff provides opportunities for maintaining professional relations with colleagues; works to address concerns and preserve the rights and benefits of emeriti and retired faculty and staff; provides a voice for retired faculty and staff through an elected representative to the Academic Senate; and, keeps up-to-date with the statewide organization, CSU-ERFA, which protects the rights of retired California State University faculty and staff.
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Next Meeting and Luncheon
May 11, 2018 will feature:
Dr. Amy Cabrera Rasmussen, an associate professor of Political Science at CSULB, teaches courses in American politics and public policy. She also serves as one of her department’s undergraduate advisors and she was recognized by the University in 2017 with the CSULB Distinguished Faculty Advising Award. Her research seeks to contribute to practical solutions on issues of both national and local importance.
“Can’t catch your breath in Long Beach? Find out Why”
Democracy, expertise, and environmental health outcomes: lessons from the Long Beach context.
Attendant pollution makes its way into Southern California more broadly, which is ranked among the nation’s worst in air quality. Long Beach, a port city, is one of the cities most affected, and the overall pollution burden is highest in its north, west, and central neighborhoods. This presentation will engage such issues of environmental health in the Long Beach context grounded in examples drawn from recent and ongoing debates concerning infrastructure and industrial development.
Meetings are usually scheduled for fall and spring. Check here for announcements of dates and topics.
If you are an emeritus or retired faculty or staff member from another CSU campus and live near CSULB, you are most welcome to join us.