One of the hottest topics in education is the value of parental involvement and one of the nation’s top experts in the topic is Teacher Education’s William Jeynes.
Posting an impressive 65 percent increase in annual giving over the last two years, CSULB officials announced another strong gain in their fundraising efforts over the past year as the campus reported raising nearly $34 million.
As testament to their commitment to the Jewish community and the study of its history and culture, Ray and Barbara Alpert have donated $1 million to CSULB's Jewish Studies Program in its College of Liberal Arts. The university has named an endowed chair in perpetuity in their honor.
Officials at CSULB and Long Beach Transit announced a month-long partnership program that allows students, faculty and staff to ride unlimited all Long Beach Transit buses and Passport shuttles for free through Sept. 30.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked CSULB the fourth best university among all public master's universities in the western United States in its 2009 edition of America's Best Colleges Guide.
An on-campus memorial service for Penny Peterson is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. in The Pointe at The Walter Pyramid. The event will be hosted by Disabled Student Services and the Office of the Vice President for Student Services.
CSULB welcomed its newest dean to the fold on Aug. 18, as Jeet Joshee began his tenure as dean for University College and Extension Services.
The open enrollment period for health and dental insurance, flexcash, health and dependent care reimbursement account changes will be Sept. 15-Oct. 17.