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Did You Know?

College of Education Associate Dean Cynthia Grutzik, Dr. Felipe Golez (Teacher Education) and CSULB student teachers Katie Rogers and Kelly O'Connor were recently interviewed by National Public Radio's Adolfo Guzman-Lopez about recent increases in teacher hiring and the credentialing process amid increasing demand.

Dr. Barbara LeMaster (Linguistics) appeared on a recent episode of PBS' Studio SoCal that explored the changes in the way we communicate today.

Dream Success Center Open House

The campus community is invited to attend an open house for CSULB's Dream Success Center on March 9 at 11:30 am in the University Student Union. Learn more.

LA Times Pulitzer Prize Winner to Speak at Ethics at The Beach

Please encourage students to attend the annual Ethics at The Beach seminar on March 20 featuring keynote speaker Ruben Vives, the Los Angeles Times reporter who won a Pulitzer Prize for his investigation into government corruption in the City of Bell. Learn more.

Learn how to Support Students with Autism

Faculty and staff can gain a better understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder and learn about the challenges students face as well as how to support them at the next Autism Ally Training on March 20. Learn more.

Development, Launch of CSULB Website Part of Panel Discussion

Andy Hoang, associate vice president for Marketing and Communications, will discuss the development and launch of the new university website on Friday, March 6. Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend. Learn more.

Travel Workshops Focus on Procedures and Claims

Get an overview of campus travel procedures and what you need to do before, during and after your trip to ensure a successful travel claim transaction during workshops on March 18 and 25. Learn more.

Your BeachID Password is Getting Longer

Starting March 10, whenever students or employees change or reset their BeachID passwords, the minimum length must be at least 10 characters, instead of the previous eight characters. Learn more.

Did You Graduate from CSULB?

Are you a proud Beach alum? Help Alumni Relations update their records by letting them know you went to school here. Learn more.