CSUSM NewsCenter (Staff Announcements)

2019
June
26,
2019
Seeking families to host Chinese high school students, ages 15-16, from July 25-July 31 and/or July 26 to Aug. 1. Families are compensated $30 per night for each student and provided a $16 transportation stipend per day. Families provide breakfast & ...
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June
21,
2019
Sent on behalf of Dr. Geoffrey Gilmore, AVP Student Academic Support Services I am very excited to share with you the news that Major General Anthony Jackson, USMC (Retired) has accepted an offer to join the Student Affairs team, and the CSUSM com...
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June
20,
2019
The USU Dining Hall West Pavilion, Green Roof and East Pavilion will be reserved for dining events throughout the summer. Most notably, June 27 through June 30, Jack and Jill of America will be on campus with over 500 attendees. Dining space will be ...
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June
13,
2019
Nearly one out of 10 US adults over the age of 18 currently take antidepressant medication, which can also treat other conditions such as anxiety. Combining pharmaceutical treatment with exercise may yield even greater benefits than using drugs alone...
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June
12,
2019
Update: Beginning Monday, July 1, Jazzman's will be closed until Aug. 5. Starbucks, Coffee Cart, and Panda Express will continue to be open during their posted hours. Hours for all campus retail dining can be found on the CSUSM Corporation Dining ...
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June
12,
2019
The last day to submit deposits to the Cashier's Office is June 28 at noon. Any deposits made after this time will be posted to the 19/20 fiscal year. If you have any questions, please contact the Cashier's Office at 760-750-4490.  ...
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June
07,
2019
The Division of Student Affairs is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Betina Scott as the interim director of ACE Scholars Services effective June 15. Dr. Scott serves as a full-time lecturer in the CSUSM Department of Social Work and has ove...
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June
05,
2019
Student Life, a unit of the Division of Student Affairs, is pleased to announce that Mr. John Rawlins III has been appointed as the associate director for the Black Student Center effective July 1. The mission of the Black Student Center is to pro...
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June
03,
2019
Seeking men and women between the ages of 18 and 50 to take part in an exercise study. It is four separate sessions over a three-week period. You will be paid $70 upon study completion. Please contact Dr. Todd A. Astorino at astorino@csusm.edu for mo...
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June
03,
2019
The last day to submit petty cash vouchers for reimbursement to the Cashier's Office is June 14 by 4:30 p.m. The Cashier's Office will begin disbursing petty cash again after July 1. If you have any questions, please contact the Cashier's Office at 7...
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June
03,
2019
Angela Baggett Lead Operations analyst College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences Jeff Caudill Officer University Police Please take a moment to congratulate these outstanding employees. ...
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June
03,
2019
Sedentary women who are Caucasian or Hispanic-Latina are needed to take part in a five-week exercise training study sponsored by the Department of Kinesiology. Sessions are held three days per week in Academic Hall 113 at the same time of day and las...
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May
30,
2019
Telephone Services has started the migration to a new campus phone system. This phased project will be completed over the next three years. In order to minimize the impact, we must make some changes to the functionality of our existing phone system. ...
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May
29,
2019
Ensure proximity parking through the summer! All carpool parking permits are valid in the reserved proximity carpool parking spaces in the general lots. Carpool permits will be available for the summer 2019 semester. Permits go on sale Monday, May...
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May
21,
2019
The Office of Graduate Studies and Research is pleased to announce that Dr. Michael McDuffie has been appointed Faculty Director of the Institute for Palliative Care at CSUSM, effective July 1st, 2019. Dr. McDuffie succeeds the founding Faculty Direc...
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May
21,
2019
On June 7 the USU Activity Center will resume its summer hours for discount Regal movie ticket sales. Tickets are $9.00 each with a purchase limit of 10 per person per day. The Activity Center is located on the 4th floor of the USU and will be open f...
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May
15,
2019
Zipcar carshare vehicles are now available for CSUSM departments. Departments may rent the vehicles for off-campus meetings, events, and activities. Vehicles may be rented on an hourly or daily rate. Users must be at least 18 years of age and have a ...
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May
15,
2019
Looking to get SMART about weight loss? Come be a part of SMART 2.0! (Social Mobile Approaches to Reducing weight) Researchers at UCSD are looking for overweight adults for a 2-year study aimed at reducing weight through technologies, social media...
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May
09,
2019
The 11th annual Digital History Showcase features the work of graduate students and faculty on individual and collaborative digital history projects, including work by students in the class HIST 502: History and Applied Media Technology, and MA thesi...
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May
08,
2019
Join CSUSM students, faculty and staff for the Anti-Defamation League’s 2nd annual Walk Against Hate on Sunday, May 19 starting at 8:30 a.m. at Ingram Plaza/NTC Park at Liberty Station. Sign-up to be part of the CSUSM team or contribute to the team’s...
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May
02,
2019
VetWalk through Campus Tuesday, May 7 at 9 a.m. Veterans Center Led by student veterans William Felty and Tacoma Parris, the VetWalk welcomes all members of the campus community to walk side by side and share experiences and break down barriers. W...
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May
01,
2019
Any bicycles left on campus bike racks after Sunday, May 19 will be considered abandoned and tagged for removal in accordance with the Campus Personal Mobility Device Policy. Please contact Parking and Commuter services if you have questions at 760-7...
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April
29,
2019
Starting on May 10, OnBase will be moving to the upgraded version OnBase 17. Users will need to download the new version in the software center. Please contact IITS or Human Resources with any questions regarding the OnBase upgrade. ...
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April
26,
2019
From July 13- Aug. 1, 2019 the American Language and Culture Institute of CSUSM is hosting a group of 25 Iraqi university students— The Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program— sponsored by the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad and implemented by World Learning N...
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April
25,
2019
Parking Lot Set-Up for Commencement Set-up for Commencement will occur in Parking lots B, C, X, Y and Z on Wednesday, May 15 and Thursday, May 16 in preparation for Commencement ceremonies. While the lots will remain open, some areas may be restri...
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April
25,
2019
Please join us as we celebrate the retirement of Dr. Andrea Liss on Tuesday, May 7 from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on the Kellogg Faculty Center Deck.  ...
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April
25,
2019
The results are in! Next year’s campus common read will be Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover. Take a look at some of the book’s reviews: Amazon goodreads New York Times The New Yorker Westover website Stay tuned for programming and event...
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April
25,
2019
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 20 through August 16, 2019. As in the pa...
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April
22,
2019
We want you to be a part of CSUSM’s largest annual event! Commencement 2019 will take place Friday, May 17;  Saturday, May 18; and Sunday, May 19. As a Commencement staff member, you will play a critical role in making this celebration a succes...
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April
22,
2019
PCBO is a forum for providing an open dialogue among the administrative departments and the folks they serve, campus community members like you! These administrative groups include Budget Office, Accounts Payable & Travel, Accounting, Procurement, Fi...
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