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  • CARE Team | CSUSB Main Campus
    Campus Life Campus Life Dropdown Content Menu Column 10 Get Involved Student Services Recreation Fitness Menu Column 11 Student Health Safety Housing Dining Music Arts Menu Column 12 Student Employment Campus Safety Emergency Info Palm Desert Campus Life About Us About Us Dropdown Content Menu Column 13 CSUSB Overview Campus Maps Palm Desert Campus Menu Column 14 President s Office Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Administrative Divisions Menu Column 15 Organizational Chart Strategic Communication Mission Vision Core Values CARE Team CARE Team Home Recognizing Distress CSU Red Folder Report a Concern Mission Goals About the CARE Team FAQs When to Contact Outreach Resources Contact 909 537 3518 care csusb edu CARE Team The CARE Team is not tasked with responding to emergencies If this is an emergency and you are in need of immediate assistance contact CSUSB Police at 911 Role On Campus The CARE Team receives assesses responds to and monitors behavior on campus that is disruptive poses a campus concern or is a threat to self or others The purpose of the CARE Team is to provide a multidisciplinary centralized structure for the campus community for early intervention of at risk individuals through collaboration and effective communication with campus departments students faculty and staff Individuals exhibiting behaviors that are of concern in relation to their personal physical and emotional well being should be referred to the CARE Team along with individuals who are intimidating disruptive aggressive or violent The CARE Team will review all information available on the individual s behavior and background to determine an appropriate action plan and monitor the individual on a case by case basis Functions of the CARE Team When alerted to a concern the CARE Team will Gather and analyze information Assess needs of those impacted Determine and implement plans for the individual

    Original URL path: https://www.csusb.edu/care-team (2016-02-12)
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  • Committee Members | CSUSB Main Campus
    Connie McReynolds Professor SRC and Director Institute of Research Assessment Professional Development Jeff Tan SSP Psychological Counseling Center Jonathan Anderson Chair Public Administration Kathy Ervin Professor Theatre Arts Laurie Smith Chair Professor Social Work Matias Farre Assistant Director Accounting Monica Alejandre Senior Budget Analyst University Advancement Sharon Brown Welty Dean PDC Strategic Planning Staff Karina Alvarado Executive Assistant ITS VP Office Jolene Koester Consultant Julie Lappin Water Resources Institute Program Manager Muriel C Lopez Wagner AVP Institutional Effectiveness and Director of Institutional Research Research Subcommittee Members Dr Muriel Lopez Wagner AVP Institutional Effectiveness and Director of IR Dr Jonathan Anderson Professor Chair Public Administration Dr Jeff Tan Clinical Psychologist Psychological Counseling Center Dr Barbara Sirotnik Professor Information and Decision Sciences and Director of IAR Dr Christopher Naticchia Professor Philosophy Dr Marita Mahoney Director Office of Assessment Research College of Education Working Groups Priority 1 Student Success Jodie Ullman Professor Psychology Co chair William Vanderburgh Associate Vice President Dean Undergraduate Studies Co chair Yousef Abedrabbo student William Aguilar Emeritus Special Projects Alfredo Barcenas President ASI for AY14 15 Francisca Beer Associate Dean Graduate Studies and Student Research Kim Cousins Professor Chemistry Biochemistry Marcelle Daniels Director Veterans Success Center Alysson Satterlund Associate Vice President Dean of Students Student Affairs Qiana Wallace Director of Retention Projects Undergraduate Studies Priority 2 Faculty and Staff Success Monty Van Wart Professor Public Administration Co chair Marisol Johnson Confidential Aide Student Affairs Co chair Wendy Arroyos student Claudia Davis Associate Professor Nursing Matias Farre Assistant Director Accounting Janelle Gilbert Darius Associate Professor Advising Coordinator Psychology Vipin Gupta Associate Dean Business Public Administration César Portillo Associate Vice President Human Resources Jeff Tan SSP Psychological Counseling Center Priority 3 Resource Sustainability and Expansion Stuart Sumida Professor Biology Co chair Gerard Au AVP Operations Customer Support Information Technology Services Co

    Original URL path: https://www.csusb.edu/strategic-plan/committee-members (2016-02-12)
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  • Committee Meetings | CSUSB Main Campus
    Studies Menu Column 6 Office of the Registrar Academic Support Resources Research Palm Desert Campus Library Athletics Athletics Dropdown Content Men s Sports Baseball Basketball Golf Soccer Women s Sports Basketball Softball Cheer Dance Track Field Cross Country Volleyball Soccer Campus Life Campus Life Dropdown Content Menu Column 10 Get Involved Student Services Recreation Fitness Menu Column 11 Student Health Safety Housing Dining Music Arts Menu Column 12 Student Employment Campus Safety Emergency Info Palm Desert Campus Life About Us About Us Dropdown Content Menu Column 13 CSUSB Overview Campus Maps Palm Desert Campus Menu Column 14 President s Office Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Administrative Divisions Menu Column 15 Organizational Chart Strategic Communication Mission Vision Core Values Strategic Plan Strategic Plan Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Mission Vision Core Values Our Process Committee Members Committee Meetings Documents Timeline Campus Communications Strategic Plan Implementation Committee Meetings May 21 2015 April 23 2015 April 09 2015 March 26 2015 March 12 2015 February 26 2015 February 12 2015 January 29 2015 January 15 2015 December 12 2014 November 25 2014 November 21 2014 October 29 2014 October 14 2014 October 02 2014 September 30 2014 September 16 2014 Footer Menu Login myCoyote Blackboard

    Original URL path: https://www.csusb.edu/strategic-plan/committee-meetings (2016-02-12)
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  • Documents | CSUSB Main Campus
    PDF Town Hall Draft Strategic Plan May 7 2015 PDF Town Hall Presentation May 7 2015 PDF Town Hall View the May 7 2015 recording April 15 2015 Campus Forum Agenda April 15 2015 PDF Presentation April 15 2015 PDF View the April 15 2015 recording Raw Data April 15 2015 PDF March 10 2015 Consultant Visit 3 Community Meeting Agenda March 10 2015 PDF Community Meeting Raw Data March 10 2015 PDF Town Hall Agenda March 10 2015 PDF Town Hall Presentation March 10 2015 PDF Town Hall Draft Strategic Plan March 10 2015 PDF Town Hall View the March 10 2015 recording Town Hall Raw Data March 10 2015 PDF February 25 2015 Campus Forum Agenda February 25 2015 Presentation February 25 2015 PDF View the February 25 2015 recording Raw Data February 25 2015 PDF January 21 2015 Consultant Visit 2 Community Meeting Agenda January 21 2015 PDF Town Hall Agenda January 21 2015 PDF Town Hall Draft Strategic Plan January 21 2015 PDF Town Hall Draft Definitions of Core Values January 21 2015 PDF Town Hall Presentation January 21 2015 PDF Town Hall View the January 21 2015 recording Town Hall Raw Data January 21 2015 PDF December 2 2014 Campus Forum Agenda December 2 2014 PDF Draft Vision and Mission Statements Core Values and Strategic Priorities Handout December 2 2014 PDF Presentation December 2 2014 PDF View the December 2 2014 recording Comments received on the Draft Vision and Mission Statements Core Values and Strategic Priorities December 2 2014 PDF November 12 2014 Campus Forum Agenda November 12 2014 PDF Presentation November 12 2014 PDF View the November 12 2014 recording Comments received November 12 2014 PDF October 9 2014 Consultant Visit 1 Community Raw Data October 9 2014 PDF New Faculty Raw Data October 9 2014 PDF Deans Raw Data October 9 2014 PDF Chairs 1 Raw Data October 9 2014 PDF Associate and Assistant VPs Raw Data October 9 2014 PDF Chairs 2 Raw Data October 9 2014 PDF Faculty Raw Data October 9 2014 PDF October 8 2014 Consultant Visit 1 Fall Leadership Retreat Raw Data October 8 2014 PDF Faculty Senate Executive Committee Raw Data October 8 2014 PDF Town Hall Agenda October 8 2014 PDF Town Hall Handout October 8 2014 PDF Town Hall Presentation October 8 2014 PDF Town Hall Raw Data October 8 2014 PDF Student Leadership Raw Data October 8 2014 PDF Class 5 Raw Data October 8 2014 PDF October 7 2014 Consultant Visit 1 Class 1 Raw Data October 7 2014 PDF Class 2 Raw Data October 7 2014 PDF Class 3 Raw Data October 7 2014 PDF Cabinet Raw Data October 7 2014 PDF Class 4 Raw Data October 7 2014 PDF Class 4 Raw Data October 7 2014 PDF View the current CSU Chancellor s Office Strategic Plan In September a survey was administered by CSUSB s Institutional Research asking the campus community for their thoughts on the current Mission and Vision Statements

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  • Timeline | CSUSB Main Campus
    Plan May 7 2015 PDF Town Hall Presentation May 7 2015 PDF Town Hall View the May 7 2015 recording May 6 2015 Consultant Visit 4 Meetings with Working Groups SPAC Meeting May 6 2015 Agenda PDF April 15 2015 Campus Forum April 15 2015 Agenda PDF April 15 2015 Presentation PDF View April 15 2015 recording April 15 2015 Raw Data PDF March 10 2015 Consultant Visit 3 Community Meeting Agenda March 10 2015 PDF Community Meeting Raw Data March 10 2015 PDF Town Hall Agenda March 10 2015 PDF Town Hall Presentation March 10 2015 PDF Town Hall Draft Strategic Plan March 10 2015 PDF View the March 10 2015 recording Town Hall Raw Data March 10 2015 PDF March 9 2015 Consultant Visit 3 Meetings with Working Groups SPAC Meeting Agenda March 9 2015 PDF February 25 2015 Campus Forum Feb 25 2015 Agenda PDF Feb 25 2015 Presentation PDF View the Feb 25 2015 recording Feb 25 2015 Raw Data PDF January 21 2015 Consultant Visit 2 Community Meeting Agenda January 21 2015 PDF Town Hall Agenda January 21 2015 PDF Town Hall Draft Strategic Plan January 21 2015 PDF Town Hall Draft Definitions of Core Values January 21 2015 PDF Town Hall Presentation January 21 2015 PDF View the January 21 2015 recording Town Hall Raw Data January 21 2015 PDF January 20 2015 Consultant Vist 2 SPAC Meeting Jan 20 2015 Agenda PDF December 2 2014 Campus Forum December 2 2014 Agenda PDF Draft Vision and Mission Statements Core Values and Strategic Priorities Handout PDF December 2 2014 Presentation PDF View the December 2 2014 recording Comments received on the Draft Vision and Mission Statements Core Values and Strategic Priorities PDF November 12 2014 Campus Forum November 12 2014 Agenda PDF November 12 2014

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  • Campus Communications | CSUSB Main Campus
    May 8 2015 Dear Campus Community Please see below this week s strategic planning process updates On Wednesday the Strategic Planning Consultant President Emerita Jolene Koester visited CSUSB for her fourth official strategic planning event Dr Koester met with the individual Working Groups along with the SPAC Co chairs to discuss their respective proposed draft strategies She also met with President Morales Vice President Douglas Freer and the SPAC Co chairs about the strategic planning process At the end of the day Dr Koester met with SPAC members to prepare for the Town Hall meeting the Working Groups progress and next steps e g finalizing strategies and discuss the implementation plan Additionally we hosted another Community Member breakfast yesterday to present our proposed draft strategies and gather their feedback This meeting was broadcast to the PDC and 34 members were in attendance at both campuses The Community Engagement and Partnerships Goal 4 WG Co chairs also attended the meeting to hear community member s reactions to our proposed strategies Community members were very pleased to see their feedback incorporated into the draft strategic plan and complimented President Morales and the strategic planning process The Town Hall meeting took place yesterday afternoon in the Events Center which was also broadcast live to the PDC There were 67 participants in attendance in addition to 23 unique IP address viewers Meaningful feedback was received that SPAC and the Working Groups will analyze and consider as they finalize their strategies Please see attached presentation made by SPAC and Working Groups yesterday at the Town Hall meeting SPAC would like to sincerely thank ATI CMS Pfau Library SMSU Events Scheduling PDC Catering and everyone else who made our Town Hall yesterday a success They would also like to express their gratitude to the attendees for taking the time out of their busy schedules to provide useful feedback Remember that this draft Plan is developed with your input in mind so we appreciate your continuous engagement in the process Working Groups met today to discuss the feedback from the Town Hall and to discuss any final changes before their last meeting next Friday May 15th when they hand off their draft plans to SPAC Again when SPAC receives the Working Groups draft objectives and strategies they will spend the last couple of weeks in May reviewing them and creating a final draft Plan which will be presented to President Morales by June 1st Please continue to connect with us using Facebook and Twitter We will continue to keep you posted on the progress of the process Updates will be posted on posted on our website If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr Terry Rizzo Dr Sam Sudhakar or any of the SPAC members Have a great weekend Sincerely Terry Rizzo and Sam Sudhakar co chairs May 1 2015 Dear Campus Community Please see this week s strategic planning process updates below The WGs convened today and have been hard at work all week finalizing their draft objectives and strategies before they present their work at the final strategic planning Town Hall Meeting next week The WGs and SPAC will be meeting with our consultant President Emerita Jolene Koester on Tuesday and Wednesday next week to discuss their progress The WGs are looking forward to sharing their draft objectives and strategies and getting feedback next week The Town Hall meeting is scheduled for Thursday May 7th from 1 pm 3 30 pm You can attend in person at the SMSU Events Center or the live broadcast at the Oliphant Auditorium at the PDC or via live web stream that can be accessed through the campus homepage Light refreshments will be available at both locations Please remember to RSVP Karina Alvarado at alvarado csusb edu no later than Tuesday if you are planning on attending the Town Hall meeting Following the Town Hall meeting next week WGs will finalize their draft objectives and strategies and present them to SPAC on May 15th When SPAC receives the WGs draft objectives and strategies they will spend the last couple of weeks in May reviewing them and creating a final draft Plan which will be presented to President Morales by June 1st Please continue to connect with us using Facebook and Twitter We will continue to keep you posted on the progress of the process Updates will be posted on posted on our website If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr Terry Rizzo Dr Sam Sudhakar or any of the SPAC members Have a great weekend Sincerely Terry Rizzo and Sam Sudhakar co chairs April 24 2015 Dear Campus Community Please see this week s strategic planning process updates below SPAC met on Thursday to discuss the feedback received from last week s Campus Open Forum and to review the draft objectives and strategies Comments and questions from last weeks forum are posted on our website It is not too late to submit your own comments please use our survey The pressure is on as the WGs have less than two weeks left until they present their finalized draft objectives and strategies at the Town Hall Meeting on May 7th SPAC tasked the WGs today to fine tune all their work thus far by revising their objectives matching their strategies to their respective objectives and by providing baselines with anticipated target dates where possible The WGs made great progress and we remain on schedule to present a final draft to President Morales on June 1st Remember to save the date Town Hall meeting Thursday May 7 from 1 3 30 in SMSU Events Center and broadcasted to IW 120 at the PDC As usual the meeting can be viewed via web stream for those individuals not able to participate in person Please continue to connect with us using Facebook and Twitter We will continue to keep you posted on the progress of the process Updates will be posted on posted on our website If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr Terry Rizzo Dr Sam Sudhakar or any of the SPAC members Have a great weekend Sincerely Terry Rizzo and Sam Sudhakar co chairs April 17 2015 Dear Campus Community Please see this week s strategic planning process updates below The Strategic Planning Campus Open Forum was held on Wednesday this week with 51 colleagues attending at the San Bernardino and Palm Desert campuses and accessing the live web stream Attached is the presentation the Working Groups made during the Open Forum In addition the WGs convened today to continue working on their drafts of strategies associated with objectives tied to their respective goals The Working Groups are making significant progress on the strategic plan They are working diligently on drafting and revising their Strategies in response to the comments and feedback received at this week s open forum They are well on their way to ensure a final draft is submitted to SPAC by May 15th Again when SPAC receives the Working Groups draft objectives and strategies they will spend the last couple of weeks in May reviewing them and creating a final draft Plan which will be presented to President Morales by June 1st If you haven t already please remember to save the date Town Hall meeting Thursday May 7 from 1 3 30 in SMSU Events Center and broadcast to IW 120 at the PDC As usual both events can be viewed via web stream for those individuals not able to participate in person Please continue to connect with us using Facebook and Twitter We will continue to keep you posted on the progress of the process Updates will be posted on posted on our website If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr Terry Rizzo Dr Sam Sudhakar or any of the SPAC members Thank you all for your continuous support Sincerely Terry Rizzo and Sam Sudhakar co chairs April 10 2015 Dear Campus Community Welcome back We hope you had a restful Spring break Coinciding with the beginning of a new quarter the Strategic Planning process has started up once again with vigor Listed below are this week s updates On Tuesday the Communications Committee met to discuss a roll out plan to disseminate the finalized Strategic Plan to the campus community We will be utilizing multiple mechanisms including web social media videos and hard copies SPAC met on Thursday to discuss the Working Groups progress to date and upcoming meetings We remain on schedule to have a final draft presented to President Morales by June 1st Lastly the Working Groups met today and made good progress on their draft Strategies They will present their revised objectives and draft strategies at the Campus Forum next week Working Groups will continue to meet every Friday through May 15th at which time they present their final versions to SPAC for their review Remember we are in the home stretch of the draft Plan so please continue to stay engaged in this process Upcoming meetings include Campus Forum Wednesday April 15 from 3 4 pm in Obershaw of the Upper Commons and broadcasted to PDC in RG 303 Town Hall meeting Thursday May 7 from 1 3 30 in SMSU Events Center and broadcasted to IW 120 at the PDC As usual both events can be viewed via web stream for those individuals not able to participate in person Light refreshments will be available at both locations Please continue to connect with us using Facebook and Twitter We will continue to keep you posted on the progress of the process Updates will be posted on the Strategic Planning website If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr Terry Rizzo Dr Sam Sudhakar or any of the SPAC members As always thank you for your support and for taking time out of your day to read our updates Sincerely Terry Rizzo and Sam Sudhakar co chairs April 3 2015 Dear Campus Community Please see this week s strategic planning process updates below Due to Spring break the Working Groups did not meet this Friday but they have been very active in drafting their respective Strategies Our regular weekly Friday meetings will start up again next week Working groups will present their final drafts to SPAC by May 15th SPAC will then work on finalizing the draft for presenting to President Morales by June 1st Please continue to share with us your thoughts throughout the process Remember to keep the following dates on your calendars Campus Forum Wednesday April 15 from3 4 pm in the Obershaw Dining Room Upper Commons and broadcasted to PDC in RG 303 T own Hall meeting Thursday May 7 from 1 3 30 in SMSU Events Center and broadcasted to IW 120 at the PDC As usual both events can be viewed via web stream for those individuals not able to participate in person The link can be accessed on the campus homepage the day of the event Please continue to connect with us using Facebook and Twitter We will continue to keep you posted on the progress of the process Updates will be posted on the Strategic Planning website If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr Terry Rizzo Dr Sam Sudhakar or any of the SPAC members Have a great holiday weekend Sincerely Terry Rizzo and Sam Sudhakar co chairs March 27 2015 Dear Campus Community Please see this week s strategic planning process updates below SPAC met yesterday to discuss the Working Group s progress as they revise their Objectives in response to the comments received and continue drafting their respective Strategies Due to finals week the Working Groups did not formally meet today but they are working behind the scenes to ensure a final draft is submitted to SPAC by May 15th When SPAC receives the Working Groups draft objectives and strategies SPAC will spend the last couple of weeks in May reviewing them and creating a final draft Plan which will be presented to President Morales by June 1st Please continue providing feedback and suggestions to SPAC members and Working Group members as they finalize their drafts If you haven t already please save the following dates on your calendars Campus Forum Wednesday April 15 from 3 4 pm in the Obershaw Dining Room Upper Commons and broadcasted to PDC in RG 303 Town Hall meeting Thursday May 7 from 1 3 30 in SMSU Events Center and broadcasted to IW 120 at the PDC As usual both events can be viewed via web stream for those individuals not able to participate in person Please continue to connect with us using Facebook and Twitter We will continue to keep you posted on the progress of the process Updates will be posted on the Strategic Planning website If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr Terry Rizzo Dr Sam Sudhakar or any of the SPAC members Sincerely Terry Rizzo and Sam Sudhakar co chairs March 20 2015 Dear Campus Community Please see below our strategic planning process updates for the week of March 16th Comments from last week s Town Hall and Community Member meetings are posted on our website It is not too late to submit your own comments please use our survey The Working Groups met today and made good progress they have considered the feedback received from last week have begun revising their Objectives and have started drafting their Strategies This is a busy time for them as they will be meeting weekly through May 15th to ensure we have meaningful and reasonable Objectives and Strategies that can be presented to SPAC and ultimately to President Morales in a final draft Plan If you haven t already please save the following dates on your calendars Campus Forum Wednesday April 15 from 3 4 pm in the Obershaw Dining Room Upper Commons Town Hall meeting Thursday May 7 from 1 3 30 in SMSU Events Center As usual both events will be broadcast live to the PDC and can be viewed via web stream for those individuals not able to participate in person Please continue to connect with us using Facebook and Twitter We will continue to keep you posted on the progress of the process Updates will be posted on the Strategic Planning website If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr Terry Rizzo Dr Sam Sudhakar or any of the SPAC members Have a great weekend Sincerely Terry Rizzo and Sam Sudhakar co chairs March 13 2015 Dear Campus Community This week was very busy for SPAC and the Working Groups Listed below are this week s strategic planning process updates On Monday the Strategic Planning Consultant President Emerita Jolene Koester visited CSUSB for her third official strategic planning event Dr Koester met with the individual Working Groups along with the SPAC Co chairs to discuss their respective draft Objectives Additionally Dr Koester met with President Morales and the SPAC Co chairs about the strategic planning process Later that day Dr Koester met with SPAC members to prepare for the Town Hall meeting the Working Groups progress and next steps e g developing strategies for an implementation plan A Strategic Planning Community Member breakfast was held on Tuesday to present our draft Objectives and gather their feedback This meeting was broadcast to the PDC and 11 community members were in attendance at both campuses The Community Engagement and Partnerships Goal 4 WG Co chairs also attended the meeting to hear community member s reactions to our proposed objectives Later that morning was the Town Hall meeting in the Events Center which was also broadcasted live to PDC Over 70 participants were in attendance in addition to 43 unique IP address viewers Helpful and constructive feedback was received that SPAC and the Working Groups will analyze and consider as they progress with the next iteration of Objectives and continue on to draft their Strategies If you missed the meeting the recording can be viewed here and the draft Plan and Presentation is located on our Strategic Planning website Comments can be submitted anytime via our survey SPAC extends their sincere appreciation to TRC ATI CMS SMSU Events Scheduling PDC Catering and everyone else who made our Town Hall a success We appreciate your efforts We also thank the attendees for taking the time out of their busy mornings to provide us useful feedback remember this draft Plan is developed with your input in mind so please continue stay engaged in this process SPAC met on Thursday 12 March to discuss the Town Hall progress of the Working Groups Strategies and to develop a schedule for spring quarter SPAC will continue to meet every other week with additional meetings scheduled as we bring closure to the strategic planning process Similarly the Working Groups will continue to meet on Fridays until May 15th at which time they will present their final draft Objectives and Strategies to SPAC for their review Please save the following dates Campus Forum Wednesday April 15 from 3 4 pm in the Obershaw Dining Room Upper Commons Town Hall meeting Thursday May 7 from 1 3 30 in SMSU Events Center As usual both events will be broadcast live to PDC and can be viewed via web stream for those individuals not able to participate in person Please continue to connect with us using Facebook and Twitter We will continue to keep you posted on the progress of the process Updates will be posted on the Strategic Planning website If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr Terry Rizzo Dr Sam Sudhakar or any of the SPAC members As always thank you for your support Sincerely Terry Rizzo and Sam Sudhakar co chairs March 6 2015 Dear Campus Community Please see this week s strategic planning process updates

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  • Strategic Plan Implementation | CSUSB Main Campus
    phases to build a proposed budget associated with the strategic plan Phases of Assembling the Strategic Plan Budget Estimates and Future Expectations Phase 1 Following up on the May 2015 Town Hall meeting beginning in July and continuing through mid August 2015 the SPAC Co chairs met with campus leaders whose knowledge and expertise closely matched with goals objectives and strategies of the strategic plan The purpose of the meetings was to establish our first cost estimates associated with each goal objective and strategy of the plan Phase 2 The estimates obtained were vetted with members of the central administrative leadership and academic leaders Their feedback was reviewed and budget revisions occurred Phase 3 On two separate occasions in September the Strategic Plan Implementation budget estimates were presented at the University Budget Advisory Committee UBAC meetings Responses from the meetings were considered and resulted in further refinements of the proposed budget Phase 4 Subsequent to the presentations to UBAC and in consultation with the Vice President of Administration and Finance budget team members SPAC Implementation Team SPAC IT members revised the proposed budget and presented the estimates to various constituents of the campus community for review and comment SPAC IT sent the budget estimates to the Vice President Council VPC the Academic Affairs Council AAC Student Affairs management leadership and other units on campus for review and comment College deans presented it to department chairs and presumably department chairs shared it with faculty members Responses were used to make refinements to the estimates Phase 5 On 13 October SPAC IT sent an email with a link to a survey to the campus community for responses to the budget and requesting campus community members students faculty staff and management to review the budget associated with the strategic planning implementation plan and comment accordingly The survey closed 5 00 p m Thursday 22 October 2015 The survey had two purposes First SPAC IT wanted campus constituents to share their opinions about the proposed strategic plan budget allocation Second SPAC IT wanted to know what campus divisions departments or units should have the responsibility of implementing the goals objectives and strategies given the budget estimates Responses were collected and data analyzed with further adjustments prepared for presentation at the Academic Leadership Retreat on Thursday 29 October 2015 where SPAC IT yet again asked colleagues to review the proposed budget and suggest effective strategies to implement key elements of the strategic plan Phase 6 Following the retreat CSUSB leadership continues to review comments from the survey and leadership retreat and will adjust budget estimates and allocation accordingly Future expectations The measurement of progress toward our five strategic goals and related objectives is basis to the success of our strategic plan To measure our progress toward our goals and objectives CSUSB will develop a dashboard with clickable tabs that chart performance of our goals and objectives Tabs will be updated monthly quarterly and yearly for formative and summative evaluation by campus leadership For instance Academic

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  • Recognizing Distress | CSUSB Main Campus
    and it is concerning to you refer the incident individual to the CARE Team for follow up and assessment Marked Change in Academic Work Performance or Behavior Change in classroom work performance such as a drop in grades or productivity Deterioration in quality of work and preparation Excessive or repeated absences or tardiness Missed or late assignments or appointments Erratic or disorganized participation or performance Avoiding participation or excessively anxious when called upon in class or meetings Dominating discussions Disruptive behavior during class or meetings Unusual or Dramatic Shifts in Behavior or Appearance Dramatic change in energy level positive or negative Dramatic changes in weight lost or gained Persistent sadness and or frequent tearfulness Lethargic falling asleep in class or at their desk Hyperactivity very rapid speech or inflated sense of self Exaggerated emotional response that is obviously inappropriate to the situation Deterioration in personal hygiene or dress Strange or bizarre behavior indicating loss of contact with reality Incoherent speech or writing Inability to focus their eyes when having a conversation Obvious alcohol or drug abuse or intoxication Noticeable cuts bruises or bandages Excessive dependency on you or other individuals Social isolation from friends family and or classmates or roommates Interpersonal Behavior Lacks social connections or friends Exhibits social withdrawal and or isolation Is frequently angry exhibits loss of temper on a daily basis Is verbally hostile combative or abusive Fails to acknowledge or consider the feelings or thoughts of others Consistently shows lack of respect for the property of others Demonstrates intolerance for differences and or prejudicial attitudes Expresses frequent feelings of rejection or being alone Reports having been previously victimized or bullied Reports being currently picked on or persecuted Reported Life Stressors Problems with roommates family or romantic partners Disruption in their support system s Experiencing the death

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