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Prof Shares Experiences
on Immigrant Upbringing

Xin Li had a front row seat for China's Cultural Revolution when she, her scholar parents and brother were exiled to the Chinese countryside and left to plant rice while many starved to death.

Angel Leads Community Group
to "Neighborhood of the Year" Honors

'Neighborhood of the Year' Honor
Laurie Angel portraitLaurie Angel, Division Fiscal Manager of CSULB's Office of Physical Planning and Facilities Management, led a cheer recently as the president of the volunteer North Long Beach Community Action Group when the organization won the national "Neighborhood of the Year" Grand Prize for documenting and permanently archiving the history of North Long Beach since 1924.

2008 Annual Conference for Academy of Legal
Studies in Business

College of Business Administration faculty members will be taking part in the national conference of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business Aug. 12-16 at the Westin Hotel in Long Beach.

2008 Convocation Scheduled for Aug. 29

CSULB Seal

Begin the new academic year at the 2008 Annual Convocation on Friday, Aug. 29 at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center. President F. King Alexander, Provost Karen L. Gould and Academic Senate Chair Praveen Soni will reflect on the university's recent successes and outline their initiatives for 2008-09. All faculty and staff are invited to the reception and continental breakfast from 8-8:45 a.m. and the program from 9-10:30 a.m.

CSULB Partnership Finds Balances
Between Theory and Practice

A five-year partnership between CSULB's Multiple Subject Credential Program, the Bilingual Cross-Cultural Language and Academic Development Program and a new public charter school in Long Beach has seen the hiring of 10 College of Education student teachers.

Geography Hosts Major International Conference

Map image

A major international conference on how questions of space affect the social sciences and humanities arrives at CSULB on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 4 and 5.