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International Education Week Activities Scheduled


nternational Education Week, November 17-21, offers more than a dozen opportunities to celebrate California State University, Long Beach’s commitment to global engagement. More

Medical Withdrawal Form Needed to Withdraw in Last Three Weeks of Semester

According to CSU and CSULB policy, withdrawal during the final three weeks of instruction is permitted only in cases such as accident or serious injury where the circumstances are beyond the student’s control and the assignment of an Incomplete is impractical. More

Faculty, Students & Staff Highlights

Caroline Potter, a science education student, received the 2008 California Science Teachers Association Future Science Teacher Award at the recent California Science Teachers Association Conference.  Potter has completed her multiple subject teaching credential and is in the process of completing the added authorization to teach science. In addition, she has participated as part of a seventh/eighth grade team, teaching forensic science to middle school students at CSULB’s 2007 Young Scientists Camp, and as a college aide in kindergarten and first grade classrooms while completing her student teaching assignments. She is the fourth CSULB student in as many years to win this award.

Since graduating from CSULB in 2006, two film and electronic arts students, Marlowe Greenlee and Josh Stone, have started their own production company.   336 Productions ( the name was inspired by their FEA 336 course) is directing, producing and editing a self-help feature-length documentary titled The Compass.  The film aims to inspire people to live the life of their dreams.  The Compass' world premiere will be Feb. 8, 2009 at the Grove of Anaheim.  The film will be available in stores in March, 2009. More

Message from the Provost

Dr. Karen L. Gould, Provost and SVP

Dr. Karen L. Gould, Provost & SVP

This month California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) is hosting two exciting events for the entire campus community, and we are welcoming finalists for two important academic leadership searches. More

Final Week for University-wide Food Drive

This is the last week to donate food or clothing at most of the CSULB Foundation’s food drive locations. 

The Foundation is accepting non-perishable foods through November 24.  High demand items include canned meats like tuna, salmon and chicken, canned stew, rice, beans and individually packaged juices. Canned foods with pull tops are preferred.  Pre-packaged plastic utensils are also needed. Clothing, such as T-shirts, sweatshirts and socks will also be accepted.