The George L. Graziadio Center for Italian Studies recently received $100,000 in scholarship endowments to support the program’s new Master of Arts degree.
The first of two $50,000 gifts came from businessman Mario Giannini who set up a scholarship fund in 2012 named for his daughters, the Kyera and Nicole Giannini Scholarship Endowment. The second $50,000 gift was made by CSULB alumnus Mark Cangiano in the name of his late wife Sandy Salemi Cangiano and is specifically earmarked for graduate students.
Sign-up for BeachBoard workshops at the Faculty Instructional Technology Support (FITS) Workshop website.
Faculty interested in providing individualized counseling and mentoring to second-year students are encouraged to submit applications for the Partners for Success Faculty Mentoring Students program.
The application deadline for the 2014-15 academic year is July 9.
Now entering its 26th year, the Partners for Success program has led to increased student success. If you would like further information on the Partners program and mentor responsibilities, as well as an application, please contact Carol Menard Fulthorp at Carol.Menard@csulb.edu.
CSULB’s magazine has a new look and a new name. Beach Magazine, formerly Beach Review, is available in print, online or by downloading the interactive app with exclusive digital content for iPad, tablet and Android devices.
The app is available via the Apple App Store and Google Play – search for Beach Magazine or BeachMag.
Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Ron Schmidt (Political Science) on receiving the American Political Science Association's 2014 Goodnow Award.
The Goodnow Award honors outstanding "service to the community of teachers, researchers, and public servants who work in the many fields of politics."
Dr. Schmidt taught at CSULB for 40 years. His research focused on ethnic and racial politics in the United States and comparatively. In 2009 he co-authored Newcomers, Outsiders, and Insiders Immigrants and American Racial Politics in the Early Twenty-first Century.