CSULB’s smart classrooms were featured in the Orange County Register last week. See what students, faculty and staff had to say about these active learning spaces.
Nominations for the following achievement awards honoring faculty and students for their research, scholarly and creative activity are due Friday, February 21:
Awards will be presented at the University Achievement Awards & Celebration of Instruction, Research, Creative Activity and Service on Thursday, April 17, 2014.
The Campus Assessment, Response and Evaluation for Students (CARES) Team is a new campus resource for early intervention of at-risk students who pose a concern, potential threat or actual threat to self or others.
Students exhibiting behaviors that are of concern in relation to their personal, physical and emotional well-being should be referred to the CARES Team along with students who are intimidating, disruptive, aggressive, or violent.
The CARES Team will review all information available on the student’s behavior and background to determine an action plan and monitor the student on a case-by-case basis. To make a referral or view guidelines and recommendations for faculty and staff, visit the CARES website.
The 20th annual Jewels of the Night Food and Wine Festival to raise money for student-athlete scholarships will be held on Saturday, May 3 beginning at 5 pm in the Walter Pyramid.
The event will include a silent auction, live entertainment, delectable food from area eateries, wine tastings and a cigar lounge.
For more information, visit jewelsofthenight.com.
Student applications are being accepted for the Panetta Institute for Public Policy Congressional Intern Program. Please share with students this opportunity to work as an intern for a California member of the U.S. House of Representatives.
The program, which includes a two-week training course and an 11-week, full-time internship in Washington D.C., is designed for undergraduate (junior and senior) student leaders who have a strong academic record and a demonstrated interest in community and public service. Any academic major may apply. The cost of the program is fully funded to allow participation by any qualified student.
Application materials must be received in the Office of the Vice President for Student Services, Brotman Hall-377, by 5 pm on Monday, February 24.
The Educational Leadership Department will host a forum with alumnus and Long Beach Vice Mayor Robert Garcia on Tuesday, February 18 at 7 pm in the University Theatre.
This is a free event open to students, faculty, and staff. Faculty are invited to attend with their students. For more information, contact the Educational Leadership Department at extension 5-4987.