CSUSM NewsCenter

2018
June
19,
2018
Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Scholars! Sally Casanova was the driving force in the creation of the California Pre-Doctoral Program in 1989. Among her posthumous honors is the designation of recipients of awards from the California Pre-Doctoral...
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June
19,
2018
CSUSM's All-Sport Kids Camp provides a unique summer experience for kids ages 6-12 and promises to be a blast! The All-Sport Camp provides campers the opportunity to experience a variety of sports and recreational activities such as soccer, basketbal...
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June
19,
2018
Cigarette smokers: Want to use electronic cigarettes instead of cigarettes? Eligible smokers will be compensated up to $120 in a study conducted by the CSUSM Psychology Department. Please call or text (760) 542-8552 or email projectswitchCSUSM@gmail....
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June
13,
2018
As a reminder, we are always accepting nominations for Employee of the Month. For your nominee to be considered for the next month’s award, please submit your nomination by the 20th of every month. The nomination form can be found at: http://www.c...
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June
13,
2018
Clear the Air Ambassador Program is looking for student volunteers/interns to work as ambassadors promoting a healthier campus community and environment. Ambassadors will participate in education activities and outreach events and must attend mandato...
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June
13,
2018
The CSUSM Career Center is excited to announce our upcoming transition to Handshake - a modern platform for college recruiting. Handshake will replace our current system, CougarJOBS, and offer your team many great new features including a mobile expe...
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June
12,
2018
Researchers at UCSD and Cal State San Marcos are looking for participants who live in San Diego county to help understand the influence of cigarette packaging. We are looking for people who: smoke regular-size cigarettes every day are 21-65 yea...
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June
12,
2018
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Clint Roberts to the permanent position of Associate Vice President for Business & Financial Services (BFS), effective June 15, 2018. Clint has been at CSUSM for almost five years, serving as University Con...
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June
11,
2018
Leave your legacy with a personalized brick located in the Library Plaza near Starbucks. Brick purchases go to the CSUSM Annual Fund, supporting the University's greatest needs. Orders are being accepted through June 30, 2018. $100 Current Student...
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June
07,
2018
Have you ever wondered what a real 6.0 to 7.0 magnitude earthquake feels like, well join us for your chance this Thursday, June 7 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. We will have The Big Shaker (earthquake simulator) located in parking lot H. Learn firsth...
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June
07,
2018
June Employees of the Month Dana Pruett Operations Analyst University Advancement Krysti Langeloh Advising and Admissions Coordinator Extended Learning   Please take a moment to congratulate these outstanding employees. ...
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June
06,
2018
Summer Greetings Cougars. June is Pride Month and we are excited to participate in the San Diego Pride one more time. We will be walking in this year’s Pride Parade and we would love for you to join us. The Pride Parade is a family friendly eve...
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June
06,
2018
Student Financial Services invites you to celebrate Marietta Kimball's Retirement Party on Thursday, June 21 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Cougar Central Welcome Center. For more details, please contact Cassandra Stone at cstone@csusm.edu ...
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June
05,
2018
Breeze Bus 347 will be temporarily detoured June 5-10. The bus stop on Craven Circle will be temporarily set up by the corner of Craven Road and Twin Oaks Valley Road. If you have any question or concerns, please contact Parking and Commuter Servi...
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June
05,
2018
The CSUSM Lost and Found Dept. has items turned in at the end of the semester, as well as from our last commencement ceremonies. To claim a lost item, a valid description along with a photo ID will need to be presented at the University Police Buildi...
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May
31,
2018
For those of you who have not yet had an opportunity to participate in Vet Net Ally training, there will be a chance to learn more about how to better support our military-connected students on Thursday, June 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Markstein Hal...
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May
30,
2018
Beginning June 1, the USU Activity Center will be open on Fridays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to sell discount Regal movie tickets.The cost is $8.50 per ticket, with a purchase limit of 10 per person per day. This offer is available to current students, s...
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May
24,
2018
CSUSM day camps are the place for young players to improve their basketball skills and have fun doing it. Our day camps are designed to be the place for kids who have a foundation in the game of basketball but also for the player who is just beginnin...
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May
24,
2018
Employee Appreciation Picnic June 27, 2018 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Kellogg Plaza   Mark your calendar for CSUSM’s 2018 Employee Appreciation Picnic. Bring your picnic blanket and join us for another great year of food, fun and games as we celeb...
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May
24,
2018
Cigarette Smokers: Want to use electronic cigarettes instead of cigarettes? Eligible smokers will be compensated up to $120 in a study conducted by the CSUSM Psychology Department. Please call or text (760) 542-8552 or email projectswitchCSUSM@gma...
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May
24,
2018
Starting June 6, the Department of Athletics will be hosting basketball open game from 12–1 p.m. every Wednesday in The Sports Center. Bring your basketball shoes and join us during your lunch hour to get some exercise and friendly competition in you...
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May
24,
2018
Classes begin Monday, June 4 and run until Friday July 27 - with the exception of no classes on Wednesday, July 4. All classes are held in CFH 113 unless noted. Find your Fit! 7:45-8:30 a.m.:  T - Upper Body Sculpt W- Kickboxing Th- Lower Bo...
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May
23,
2018
June $20 transit passes on sale Friday, May 25 through Friday June 15 during normal business hours. Only CSUSM students with a valid identification are eligible. Bring your compass card in to reload or purchase one. Be sure to have your ID card va...
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May
17,
2018
Inactive women who are Caucasian or Hispanic-Latina are needed to take part in a short-term exercise study ongoing on the CSUSM campus, overseen by Dr. Todd Astorino, Dept. of Kinesiology. Eligible participants must currently perform less than 150 mi...
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May
17,
2018
The spring 2018 “Careers in Spanish-Speaking Fields,” a special speaker series relating students' majors to their Spanish skills, had exceptional success......so it will be expanded for fall 2018. The series needs speakers who use Spanish in ANY f...
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May
17,
2018
Campus Community: In recognition of the many organizational activities that occur during the summer months in preparation for the new academic year, I am authorizing a casual dress standard effective May 21 through August 17, 2018. As in the pa...
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May
16,
2018
Come learn about how to flip a class while integrating Open Educational Resources (OER) into active learning activities. The flipped classroom is a pedagogical model in which the typical lecture and homework elements of a course are reversed, allowin...
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May
16,
2018
Virtual permits will be here soon. What do you need to do? Log on to your parking account through the CSUSM App or csusm.aimsparking.com to verify your vehicle information is correct. Starting June 1, 2018, your license plate registered under your...
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May
15,
2018
We are pleased to announce that College Assistance Migrant Program has surpassed 15 years of providing services to CSUSM students. As we reflect on those 15 years of service, we could not omit our campus community from the conversation. Therefore, we...
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May
14,
2018
May 14, 2018 Dear California State University Community: Our budget request messaging to date has been very well received by the California state legislature, both in public and private conversations. It is inspiring to see the impact of indivi...
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