The Long Beach College Promise has earned a $5 million prize as part of California Governor Jerry Brown’s Awards for Innovation in Higher Education. Learn more.
The deadline for several opportunities with the Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity (BUILD) program is Friday, April 6. Learn more.
Faculty and students are invited to submit posters, exhibits, books and/or published works to be displayed at the University Achievement Awards on Wednesday, April 22 at the Pointe in the Pyramid. Learn more.
Workshops that focus on writing and high impact practices for diverse learning environments are scheduled in April. Learn more.
Faculty and administrators are invited to a presentation on Tuesday, April 7 that will look at ways professional associations work to enhance the retention of a diverse faculty. Learn more.
Approximately 90 parking spaces across lots 17, 18 and parking structure 1 will be used by participants of a university event taking place Friday, March 27. Learn more.
Providing timely textbook requisitions is critical to ensuring our disabled students have access to course materials and allows us to comply with both University Policy 08-11 and the Higher Education Opportunity Act, which was signed into federal law in 2008. Learn more.
Online elections to add members to the President’s Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) will be held Monday, April 6 through Friday, April 17. Learn more.
Learn more about the Child and Family Center when it hosts its annual Open House on Friday, April 3. Learn more.
Two faculty members from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor will speak on Thursday, April 9 about the Armenian Genocide that began in 1915 and caused the death of more than a million Ottoman Armenians. Learn more.
Staff Day, which is traditionally held on the Wednesday of Spring Break, will NOT be held on this coming Wednesday, April 1. No fooling! Learn more.
The next Safe Zone Ally Training, sponsored by the College of the Arts, will be held Friday, April 17. Learn more.