CSULB emeritus friends Marion Petty, Irene Daniel, Sue Elliott and Howard Hitchcock enjoy the 2009 Fall Association of Emeriti luncheon.
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Join the Association of Emeriti for its upcoming luncheon, reconnect with your fellow colleagues and learn about the new and exciting things that are happening at CSULB. The Oct. 30, 2009 luncheon had a record attendance, with approximately 70 faculty and staff emeriti. Guest speaker David Carlberg, professor emeritus of biological sciences, shared details of his experiences and knowledge about one of our most popular local areas, the Bolsa Chica Wetlands. The presentation was based on his recently completed fifth book, Bolsa Chica: Its History from Prehistoric Times to the Present and What Citizen Involvement and Preservation Can Achieve. In addition, Chris Lowe, professor of biological sciences, and graduate student Carrie Espasandin shared their expertise and information about the experimental projects they are conducting for the wetland restoration project in Huntington Beach. They showed how CSULB continues to work in partnership with local communities. For any questions about upcoming luncheons, contact Leticia Lozoya at 562-985-2539 or email@example.com.
Take this opportunity to join the CSULB chapter of the Emeritus and Retired Faculty Association (ERFA) for its upcoming luncheon meeting (RSVP to Noemi Guevara by Monday, May 3). ERFA provides its members opportunities for maintaining professional relations with colleagues, works to address concerns and preserve the rights and benefits of emeritus and retired faculty, and maintains a voice for retired faculty through an elected representative to the Academic Senate. ERFA is also in the process of compiling e-mail addresses of their members for future announcements. To provide or update your current e-mail address, contact Noemi Guevara at 562-985-7536 or firstname.lastname@example.org.