Faculty and staff are invited to begin the new academic year at Convocation this Friday.
A breakfast reception will be held in the Dance Courtyard from 8 to 8:45 am with the program beginning at 9 am in the Carpenter Performing Arts Center. If you require special accommodations, please contact Disabled Student Services at extension 5-5401.
This event is an opportunity for the campus community to come together to welcome new colleagues, celebrate recent achievements and share ideas as we look to the future.
Michelle Terry has joined CSULB as the Academic Events Coordinator, responsible for coordinating Commencement, Convocation, Faculty Supper Club, the Student Research Competition and other division events.
Michelle will also be handling reservations for the Anatol Center. You can check the Anatol Center’s availability in Outlook by following these steps:
You can submit a reservation request for the Anatol Center through the Scheduling Assistant in Outlook or by emailing AE-AnatolCenter-AS119@csulb.edu.
To contact Michelle directly, email Michelle.Terry@csulb.edu or call extension 5-4546.
The Tech Squad provides one-on-one technology support to CSULB instructors who would like assistance with training and technical support for BeachBoard, clickers, Collaborate (formerly Elluminate), Respondus, wikis, and Turnitin.
The Tech Squad is located in the Academic Services building, room 120. Hours are 8 am - 8 pm Monday through Thursday and 8 am - 5 pm on Fridays during the fall semester. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment or drop by. For online assistance, email the Technology Service Desk or call extension 5-4959.
A CSULB program that provides laid-off Long Beach Unified School District teachers with additional training and credentials to become math or science teachers has received the Association for Continuing Higher Education’s Distinguished Program Award.
Congratulations to the College of Continuing and Professional Education, the College of Education and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, which developed the program with LBUSD and the Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network.
Please send submissions for the Wednesday Message by 5 pm Monday.