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Walter Pyramid
In this OneBeach video, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley discusses how scholarship at Cal State Long Beach has forged on despite the challenges of a global pandemic.
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Earlier this week, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that international students will not be allowed to remain in the United States if they are receiving only online or remote instruction
Walter Pyramid
In this OneBeach video, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley discusses the CARES Act distribution to address the most pressing needs of students, faculty, staff and infrastructure.
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President Conoley reflects on the road ahead to reunite the Beach community.
Walter Pyramid
While Beach Bulletin is a newsletter featuring updates for faculty and staff on a range of issues, content during Spring Semester 2020 is heavily focused on CSULB’s continuing response to COVID-19.
Walter Pyramid
In this OneBeach video, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley shares the steps being taken to fully reunite our students, faculty, and staff back on campus. When it comes to returning to campus, we must first balance a number of health and safety concerns.
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President Jane Close Conoley today issued a statement on the police abuse of power. We at the Beach are vehemently against police brutality and racial injustice. The recent deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and countless others have sparked protests across the nation. We fully support and stand by the black community at the Beach whose lives, health and safety are intimately impacted.
Walter Pyramid
President Jane Close Conoley and Director of the Faculty Center Malcolm Finney discuss a summer fellowship aimed at preparing faculty and staff for alternative instruction delivery.
Walter Pyramid
While Beach Bulletin is a newsletter featuring updates for faculty and staff on a range of issues, content during Spring Semester 2020 is heavily focused on CSULB’s continuing response to COVID-19.
Walter Pyramid
Teams of faculty, staff and students continue to work on overcoming many of the challenges caused by the COVID 19 pandemic. For example, while our Emergency Operations Committee continues monitoring regional trends, experts across campus are working through complex scenarios that will allow us to safely repopulate campus once the stay-at-home orders are lifted.