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Did You Know?

New research shows that flipping the classroom may be particularly beneficial for students with low grades and women. A five-year study done by researchers at Yale University and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst found that students in a flipped upper-level biochemistry course scored 12 percent higher on exams than students in sections that used lectures. The flipped sections also showed a smaller gap between exam scores earned by men and women. Learn more.

Learn About Designing and Leading a Study Abroad Program

Recognizing that Study Abroad is a High Impact Practice for student success, CSULB has committed in its strategic plan to double study abroad participation by 2018. Faculty-led study abroad programs, which account for 71 percent of participation, are a key to meeting this goal. Learn more.

Submit Hybrid or Flipped Teaching Incentive Program Proposals

A new study supports the connection between student success and flipped classrooms. Faculty who are interested in creating hybrid or flipped classes can submit proposals for Academic Technology Services' Hybrid or Flipped Teaching Incentive Program through Friday, October 30. Learn more.

Funding Available for Ethics Research, Teaching Ethics

The Ukleja Center for Ethical Leadership is offering stipends to support faculty ethics research as well as stipends to support the development of an ethics module in the courses. Learn more.

Library Adds Science Streaming Video Journals and Databases

The Library has added the Journal of Visualized Experiments and Science Education Databases to its collection. Learn more.

2015 CSULB Staff Halloween Spooktacular

See how scary and creative CSULB staff can be with Halloween costumes, office decorating and skillfully carved jack-o-lanterns at the 2015 Staff Halloween Spooktacular on Friday, October 30. Learn more.