CSUSM NewsCenter (Student Announcements)

2018
December
14,
2018
Dear Colleagues, As we continue to examine our existing structures and practices to ensure that they serve the needs of our diverse student population, we have focused on three key areas to meet our campus’ Graduation Initiative 2025 goals: • R...
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December
13,
2018
The innermost left-hand turn lane on Campus Way to Barham Road will be closed due to road construction and lane realignment on Barham. This lane closure will be in effect until August 2019. ...
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December
13,
2018
An annual day of service in honor of the life and legacy of social leader and civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. CSUSM Students, Faculty, and Staff are invited to participate. This event is a collaboration of North County San Diego NAAC...
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December
13,
2018
In compliance with the California State Education Code, Chapter 16, of the Donahue Higher Education Act, Section 67380, the 2019 Campus Safety Plan Report is now available. Download here The Campus Safety Plan contains information on how to locate...
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December
06,
2018
Please join us in making a difference with your donations for the migrant caravan. Drop-off boxes are located in the following locations: Latin Center in USU 3300, CAMP/PASO Center in CRA 2209, and CSUSM Receiving Dock at 441 La Moree Road (behind US...
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December
06,
2018
Housing for the spring 2019 semester is available at both the University Village Apartments and The QUAD. For more information, please contact us at quad@csusm.edu or uva@csusm.edu. ...
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December
06,
2018
Craven Road and parking lots B and C will be closed from Monday, Dec. 17  through Thursday, Dec. 20 for the road to be repaired. During this time, there will be signs directing traffic to alternate entrances to access the campus. Please plan on parki...
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December
06,
2018
To facilitate building maintenance and painting projects, the fourth and fifth floors and central stairwell of Kellogg Library will be closed to public traffic from 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14 to 5 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 18. Floors 1-3 of the library wil...
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December
06,
2018
Graduating students are entering the strongest job market in a decade, but it takes preparation and planning to stand out in a competitive pool of applicants. CSUSM students have two resources available to accomplish this prior to graduation: the Car...
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November
28,
2018
Effective Jan. 21, 2019, the CSUSM Institutional Review Board (IRB) office will implement the revised and updated federal regulations to human subjects research. To prepare for this transition, we removed application and consent form templates fro...
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November
28,
2018
CSUSM's National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association chapter is running a children's book drive. Literacy counts from day one and lays the foundation for a child's success in school and in life. Donate any new or used books to the CSUSM S...
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November
28,
2018
CSUSM Sustainability Services is seeking spring 2019 volunteers and interns for our Clear the Air Ambassador Program. The program's mission is to educate the campus community about our 100 percent Smoke, Tobacco and Vapor Free Campus Program and prov...
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November
21,
2018
This year, why not try something different for the holidays? There are families out there that need help. The families that are fighting for our right to vote, our freedom. Spirit of Sharing (SOS) has families in need of adopters. The organizatio...
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November
20,
2018
IITS is hosting a remembrance in honor of Candie Halstead on Monday, Dec. 10 from 3-4 p.m. on the Faculty Center Patio. This is an informal get-together with an open mic for everyone to share their stories and memories of Candie. IITS has establis...
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November
09,
2018
Share your experience and help guide our campus Smoke, Tobacco, and Vapor Free program. Please check your email for a survey invitation from Dr. Kim Pulvers with "smoke free survey" in the subject line. The survey link is unique to you. You'll be ...
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November
09,
2018
The Latino Association of Faculty and Staff's annual online auction is now live and runs through Friday, Nov. 16. It is a new site, so you will need to create a new account to bid on the auction items. All proceeds from the auction will go to the...
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November
08,
2018
Get 25 percent off cold-weather gear, accessories, emblematic drinkware, diploma frames and more when you shop at the University Store or online at csusmshop.com during the three-day sale, from Tuesday, Nov. 13 through Thursday, Nov. 15. Also take...
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November
08,
2018
Do you have any gently used blankets in your home that you've been thinking of getting rid of? Or would you like to make a fleece blanket that you can take or donate? Join the ASI Cougar Pantry on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in USU 3700. ...
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November
01,
2018
Come listen to a presentation about research for a treatment for survivors of trauma who have post-traumatic stress disorder. The treatment has been approved by the FDA and is starting Phase 3 of the clinical research process. The Multidisciplinar...
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November
01,
2018
Are you a study abroad returnee dreaming of going back abroad? Or have you ever wanted to go abroad but have been unable due to schedule or budget restrictions? If so, International Career Pathways is for you. Come to the Career Center, Craven 14...
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November
01,
2018
This message is to share some sad news regarding the passing of a retired member of the campus community known to many. Candie Halstead passed away on Saturday, Oct. 27 after a brief illness. Candie was a much-beloved member of the campus community s...
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October
25,
2018
The Office of Undergraduate Studies is conducting a survey to learn more about second-year students and how we can help you reach your academic goals. The survey will ask questions about your experiences so far in your second year at CSUSM. Your answ...
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October
25,
2018
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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October
25,
2018
I am very excited to share with you the news that Maria Chiem has accepted an offer to join the Student Affairs team, and the CSUSM community, as our new DREAMER Resource Office Coordinator. Chiem started on Oct. 15 and has already begun to settle in...
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October
24,
2018
During the season of Halloween celebrations, we offer the following friendly reminder from the Office of Inclusive Excellence. As you know, here at CSUSM we value inclusion, civility and social justice. We encourage all members of our community to ma...
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October
18,
2018
Do you have any gently used items in your home that you've been thinking of getting rid of? Would you like to find a new outfit, book or kitchen supplies? Come to Sustainability Club's Autumn Swap Shop! All items are free to take and do not need to b...
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October
18,
2018
Parking and Commuter Services is excited to announce that the MTS adult regional monthly transit pass will be offered to students and faculty/staff for $65 starting on Thursday, Oct. 25. The Sprinter/Breeze transit pass will continue to be sold fo...
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October
18,
2018
Join us for the sixth annual California's American Indian and Indigenous Film Festival, which is the largest film festival held on tribal lands in the country. The CAII Film Festival will feature films for three days, Nov. 1-3 at Pechanga Resort & Ca...
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October
18,
2018
Please join us for a meet and greet as we welcome the new associate director of the Latin@ Center, Dr. Renzo Lara. This event will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 30 from noon to 1 p.m. Light refreshments will be served on a first-come, first-served basi...
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October
18,
2018
CSUSM's National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association chapter will be hosting a movie screening of "The Listening Project" on Friday, Oct. 26 from 6:30-9 p.m. in Academic Hall 102. There will be a panel of guest speakers from the community...
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