I am pleased to share news of two new endowments by Richard D. Green for the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Learn more about the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics receiving gifts.
Faculty and staff are invited to attend a campus-wide presentation on how to develop best practices in integrating academic and career preparation for our CSULB students on Tuesday, February 7. Learn more about upcoming presentations on Internships, Experiential Learning, & Student Sucess.
I want to thank the faculty who have agreed to serve on the Highly Valued Degree Initiative/Graduation 2025 Initiative Task Forces, which focus on raising the four-year graduation rate and eliminating the achievement gap. Learn more about Faculty serving on HVDI/Graduation Initiative Task Forces.
Dr. Jason Jicheng Wang has joined the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs as the Director of Research Integrity and Compliance. Learn more about the New Director of Research Integrity and Compliance.
Discover research conducted by faculty at the Second Annual BUILD Research Symposium on Friday, February 3. Learn more about the BUILD Symposium Highlights Faculty Health-Related Research.
Faculty, please share the following opportunity with students in COE, CHHS, CLA and CNSM: Undergraduate students interested in advanced degrees in health-related fields are invited to learn more about the BUILD, MARC U*STAR and RISE programs at an upcoming information session. Learn more about Info Sessions on CSULB Mentored Research Programs.
CSULB was selected as a “Best Value College” in ratings announced by Kiplinger and was one of 14 CSU campuses to be named this fall to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that the annual contribution limits for 401(k), 403(b) and 457(b) plans will remain unchanged. Learn more about 2017 Tax-Deferred Retirement Plan Information.
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