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Office of the Provost, Division of Academic Affairs
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Division of Academic Affairs

Did You Know?

CSULB's Arts and Science programs offer among the nation's best return on investment, according to PayScale's latest College Salary Report. The return on investment for CSULB arts majors is third in the nation and the best west of New York. For physical and life science majors it's ninth in the nation. Learn more.

New Associate Deans Appointed

Four colleges are starting off the year with new associate deans. Learn more.

Search Underway for Graduate Studies Director

Applications are being accepted for a Director of Graduate Studies to provide support for graduate students and leadership to graduate student success initiatives. Learn more.

Upcoming Instruction Workshops

These September workshops are available for faculty:

  • Writing-to-Learn Community of Practice
  • Efficient & Effective Course Preparation Strategies
  • Easy Ways to Digital Age Learning workshop series
  • Green Thread Workshop - integrating sustainability across the curriculum
  • Construction and Alignment: Making the Most out of Your Course Syllabi

Learn more.

Federal Grant Funding Trends and Opportunities

Representatives from two federal agencies will be on campus this month to discuss grant funding trends and opportunities for the academic year. Learn more.

Apply for Research Stimulation Grants by September 18

Applications are now available for the BUILD Collaborative Research Stimulation Grant (CRSG) and the Research Stimulation Grant (RSG). The deadline to apply is Friday, September 18 at 5 pm. Learn more.

Lost and Found Auction

iPods, iPads, laptops, bikes, backpacks, jewelry and more will be available at the Lost and Found Auction on September 10 at Friendship Walk East. Learn more.

Transportation Night at Universal Studios Supports CCPE Students

Faculty and staff can raise money to support students in the College of Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE) by attending the annual "Transportation Night" private party on Saturday, September 12 at University Studios. Learn more.