Changes for Reserving the Anatol Center
We are pleased for Academic Events coordinator Tammy Sung, who has taken a new position with USC’s Price School of Public Policy. Effective today, all Anatol Center reservation requests and questions should be directed to Carmen Arreola at extension 5-7019 or Carmen.Arreola@csulb.edu until the position is filled.
End the spring semester with colleagues on a boat tour of the Long Beach Harbor. All faculty are invited to bring a guest on the free boat tour on Tuesday, May 21. The boat departs from Shoreline Village Dock at 6:45 pm. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org; please indicate whether you are bringing a guest. This event is sponsored by the Faculty Center for Professional Development.
“Goodies for Kiddies,” a supply drive to support the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center, has been extended to Friday, May 17. Items needed include baby wipes, sunblock, and compact boxes of facial tissue. A complete list of suggested items may be found online.
Drop off donations at one of 17 donation boxes available on campus. Locations include BH-320, the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, Mail Services, AS-133, University Bookstore and the Women’s Resource Center LA1-102.
For more information, call the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center office at extension 5-5333.
Upcoming Tree Removal/Replacement Project
Physical Planning and Facilities Management (PPFM) is committed to sustaining the health and safety of the nearly 7,000 thousand trees planted across campus. In addition to routine maintenance, PPFM removes failing and hazardous trees as necessary, and replaces them on at least a one-to-one basis in accordance with the approved Landscape Master Plan.
For more information, contact Genetric Brown at Genetric.Brown@csulb.edu or call extension 5-8886.
Technical resources and legal informational sources are available to address issues of academic integrity such as Turn It In, a plagiarism prevention service available in BeachBoard, the CSULB Copyright and Fair Use Policy, and Teach Act legislation.
Did You Know?
The College of Education has received a $20,000 gift from the Fluor Foundation to support the Transforming Teaching and Learning Through Technology (T2L2T) Program.
The program strengthens beginning elementary school teachers’ understanding of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) content and strategies. It teaches them to identify technologies, such as free software and open educational resources, that align with their fields of interest, develop and refine ways of using these technologies in their teaching, and then begin integrating the new technologies into their classrooms.
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