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  • Speakers Bureau | Cal State Monterey Bay
    CSUMB Cost Calculator Tuition Fees Financial aid Housing Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search News News Menu Toggle navigation Media News Releases Faculty experts Speakers Bureau Magazine Emergency Social Media Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory News Releases Faculty experts Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory CSUMB Home News Speakers Bureau The Speakers Bureau provides speakers at no cost to service clubs schools senior centers and other groups in the local area Our speakers offer insights on a broad range of topics local and global cultural and political scientific and literary Check out our topic list If you don t see what you re looking for let us know and we will work to find a speaker in your area of interest Booking a speaker is easy Just fill out the speaker request form below and e mail it to Joan Weiner CSUMB s news and public information officer at jweiner csumb edu at least six weeks in advance Book a speaker Embed google form Is there anything wrong with this page

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/news/speakers-bureau (2016-02-11)
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  • Emergency | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Search Main menu Log in Search Search News News Menu Toggle navigation Media News Releases Faculty experts Speakers Bureau Magazine Emergency Social Media Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory News Releases Faculty experts Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory CSUMB Home News Emergency In case of local emergency up to date information will be available to members of the CSUMB community by calling the

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  • Official University Accounts | Cal State Monterey Bay
    us to keep up with campus news and events ask questions make comments see photos and videos and interact with CSUMB students alumni staff and faculty Twitter Follow us on Twitter to keep up with the campus buzz 140 characters at a time We post news and events Q As pics links community RTs and other fun stuff Youtube You ll find student interviews and testimonials and videos featuring our academic programs campus life events and more If you like what you see subscribe LinkedIn Check out our company profile to network with Otters Join the group to find job postings career advice and other opportunities Flickr Hundreds of photos of campus buildings student life special events and more Need an image Many of our pics are licensed through Creative Commons for public use and if not just ask us Plus share your CSUMB related images in our group Google Add California State University Monterey Bay to your Google circles More news and events campus pics and social chatter among students and university folk Pinterest Pin CSUMB on to your board See what otter nonsense is going on around campus and the community Ideas for day trips and creative tips

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  • Social Media Guidelines | Cal State Monterey Bay
    as a forum for thoughtful discussion of opposing ideas Some online communities can be volatile tempting users to behave in ways they otherwise wouldn t Your reputation and CSUMB s are best served when you remain above the fray Be responsive If a question or comment is directed toward you via your social media site or page you should do your best to reply in a timely and appropriate fashion If the comment is a complaint or critique follow these tips to resolve the situation http www socialmediaexaminer com 7 tips for dealing with upset faceboo Be transparent If you participate in or maintain a social media site on behalf of the university clearly state your role and goals Discuss with your supervisor when you are empowered to respond directly to users and when you may need approval Be thoughtful Before you jump into a discussion thread or respond to a posting think about the implications Will your response stimulate positive discussion provide new information or insight or inflame If you have any questions about whether it s appropriate to enter into a social media discussion or write about certain kinds of material in your role as a CSUMB employee ask your supervisor before you post or contact University Communications Know the rules Comply with FERPA the CSUMB honor code and policies related to Conflict of Interest Privacy Security Safety Intellectual Property Computing and Technology Resources and Human Resources Become familiar with the terms of service and policies of sites and networks in which you participate Pay attention to updates If the legal language is hard to follow follow a respected blogger or two who discuss service changes in their posts You are responsible for gaining the expressed consent of all involved parties for the right to distribution or publication of recordings photos images video text slideshow presentations artwork and advertisements whether those rights are purchased or obtained without compensation Keep your personal views separate Uphold the university s mission and values in your activities Don t include political or personal comments This includes changes to your photo or avatar in relation to political or social issues Do not use CSUMB s name to promote or endorse any product cause or political party or candidate Personal Site Guidelines Be authentic Be honest about your identity In personal posts you may identify yourself as a CSUMB faculty or staff member but please be clear that you are sharing your personal views not representing CSUMB This parallels media relations practices at CSUMB A common practice among individuals who write about the industry in which they work is to include a disclaimer on their site usually on their About Me page If you discuss higher education on your own social media site we suggest you include a sentence similar to this The views expressed on this blog Web site are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of CSUMB Don t be a mole Never pretend to be someone else and

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  • Social Media | Cal State Monterey Bay
    will arrive via OtterAlerts Official announcements will arrive first through email using mailing lists for students staff or faculty Additionally announcements may appear as Dashboard messages For all other announcements see the Google Communities below including General News requires log into Gmail For access to mailing lists or Dashboard messages please submit an IT service request using Accounts Other for the request type CSUMB Google Communities Note These communities are open to all students staff faculty but restricted to csumb edu accounts Make sure you login to your email account to access them General News Deals or Freebies For Sale Text Books for Sale Roommates Needed On Campus Roommates Rentals Off campus What s Happening Off Campus more communities in CSUMB Official ish Accounts A S Environmental Affairs Facebook Admissions Facebook Alumni Facebook Associated Students Athletics Facebook Athletics Instagram Baseball Facebook Blue Crue Facebook Book Store Facebook Commencement Facebook Communication Design Facebook Cross Country Facebook Cross Cultural Center Facebook Cycle Center Facebook Dining Services Facebook Have a Heart Facebook Intramurals Facebook Liberal Studies Facebook Mascot Facebook Mascot Instagram Men s Golf Facebook Men s Soccer Facebook Otter Student Union Facebook Personal Growth and Counseling Center Facebook Service Learning Facebook Service Learning Flickr Service Learning Google Service Learning Instagram Service Learning Twitter Service Learning YouTube Softball Facebook Student Disability Resources Student Housing Residential Life Facebook Student Housing Residential Life Instagram Study Abroad Facebook Teledramatic Arts and Technology Facebook TRIPwise Facebook TRIPwise Twitter University Center Facebook UROC Facebook Visual and Public Art Facebook Volleyball Facebook Water Polo Facebook Web Services Twitter Women s Basketball Facebook Women s Golf Facebook Unofficial Accounts Area 1 Council Facebook Area 2 Council Facebook East Campus Housing Facebook Society of Student Archaeologists at CSUMB Facebook California Faculty Association Facebook National Residence Hall Honorary Facebook Project Higher Ground

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  • CSUMB joins effort to re-imagine freshman year | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Home News CSUMB joins effort to re imagine freshman year SCHOOLS WILL TEST PROGRAMS FOR HELPING STUDENTS SUCCEED Cal State Monterey Bay is one of 44 colleges nationwide selected for a pilot program coordinated by the Association of American State Colleges and Universities AASCU The three year program Re imagining the First Year of College RFY aims to transform the freshman year in order to improve students chances of success in school and in the 21st century workplace It is funded through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and USA Funds We are honored to be involved in such a prestigious and worthwhile project said CSUMB Provost Bonnie Irwin The Re imagining the First Year of College project will allow CSUMB to continue to work on student success on campus and it will align nicely with Monterey County s cradle to career partnership Bright Futures The first year of college is a critical barrier to student success the point at which schools experience the greatest loss of students The goal of the RFY is to help the 44 participating colleges implement changes that enhance the first year experience increase retention and improve graduation rates particularly among historically underserved populations low income first generation and students of color AASCU has put together a list of what it calls the most promising practices based on tested strategies from across the country Each campus has to commit to at least one strategy at four levels institutional curriculum faculty staff and students CSUMB will also participate in a learning community with the other colleges and universities selected for the RFY By the end of three years the goal is for each campus to have a better strategy for student success with measurable results on things such as retention and credits earned plus a broader

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  • 'Latino Americans' documentary to be screened Feb. 17 | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory CSUMB Home News Latino Americans documentary to be screened Feb 17 Talk by director Ray Telles will accompany the film showing During the 2015 16 school year Cal State Monterey Bay has been showing films and offering public programs to celebrate Latino Americans 500 Years of History an exploration of the rich and varied experiences of the country s largest minority group The six part documentary was created for the Public Broadcasting Service PBS in 2013 The local screenings are made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association At 6 p m Feb 17 another installment in the series will be shown at the CSUMB Music Hall on Sixth Avenue and Butler Street Peril and Promise takes viewers through the years from 1980 to 2000 It examines how the nature of the Latino Diaspora changed with a second wave of Cuban refugees and hundreds of thousands of Central Americans fleeing death squads and mass murders By the early 1990s a political debate over illegal immigration had begun Globalization empowered by NAFTA means that as U S manufacturers move south Mexican workers head north in record

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  • CSUMB expands its presence in Salinas | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Street off Alvin Drive The building includes 11 classrooms several of which can serve as labs and a number of offices The facility will be known as CSUMB North Salinas The building is located on North Main Street off Alvin Drive Leasing the building previously occupied by Heald College will allow us to increase our outreach and our course offerings to Salinas and the Salinas Valley said CSUMB President Eduardo Ochoa With the space crunch on our main campus and the need to expand higher education opportunities in Salinas this seemed to provide an ideal opportunity The building has been vacant since last April when the for profit college s parent company Corinthian Colleges Inc announced it was closing its remaining campuses Last week university officials faculty and staff visited the building and began the discussion of what courses could be offered there CSUMB currently works with Hartnell College in Salinas on a number of academic programs including nursing the CS in 3 computer science program and agriculture technology Some of those classes could be offered in this building As CSUMB has grown to its current enrollment of about 7 100 academic leaders have also discussed launching new programs For example courses toward a potential new criminal justice major could be housed in the new building Office space is available for enrollment financial aid and other outreach programs as well The university will announce more specific plans as their development moves forward The first CSUMB classes to be available at the facility will be through Extended Education with other academic classes likely to be available for the fall semester which begins in August Extended Education offerings could include summer session courses non credit professional development workshops and certificate programs and master s degree completion programs Meanwhile the university is also

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/news/csumb-expands-its-presence-salinas (2016-02-11)
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