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  • Faculty Development Committee | California State University Stanislaus
    member from the instructional or non instructional faculty body A sixth voting faculty member shall be a lecturer non tenure track faculty member elected by lecturers Elections shall be conducted by the Committee on Committees according to the procedures in Article VI Section 3 2 The Speaker shall be an ex officio voting member of the FDC The Vice President for Faculty Affairs and Human Resources or designee a representative from OIT Learning Services and the director of the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning shall be ex officio non voting members The FDC shall from among its members elect its own Chair each year Elected members of the FDC shall have terms of office of two years with the exception of the lecturer representative who shall serve a one year term Two year terms shall be staggered The terms of newly elected members shall commence with the final day of scheduled classes for the academic year Members of the Faculty Development Committee are not eligible to apply for FDC mini grants 5 2 The duties of the FDC shall include the following To help integrate new faculty into the University community To help faculty improve their competence as teachers and scholars To promote the professional development of the faculty To encourage faculty research scholarship creativity and artistic activity To promote an atmosphere of shared scholarly activity To advise the campus community primarily through the Director of the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and the Vice President for Faculty Affairs and Human Resources on issues related to faculty development 2015 2016 Committee Members NAME DEPARTMENT E MAIL EXTENSION Eric Broadwater 1 Theatre ebroadwater csustan edu 3458 Feng Zhou 1 MOM fzhou csustan edu 3963 Katrina Weber 1 English kweber csustan edu 3391 Anysia Mayer 1

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  • New Faculty Survival Guide | California State University Stanislaus
    creative activities Departments colleagues and the university also offer a variety of faculty development opportunities from travel funds to sabbaticals Many though not all of these are described in this guide Professional Competence Faculty members are expected to remain abreast of developments in their disciplines and maintain a high level of competency in their professional fields through means appropriate to each discipline Faculty are encouraged to read departmental Retention Promotion and Tenure RPT elaborations and discuss specific department and university expectations with their chairs Elaborations are University Retention Promotion and Tenure Committee URPTC approved descriptions of the criteria departments use to determining retention promotion and tenure Professional Organizations Most faculty belong to national and or international professional organizations but as members of a comprehensive state university it is also appropriate and important to participate in local and regional professional societies Nature of Student Body Teaching at CSU Stanislaus is exciting rewarding and challenging Our student body one of the most diverse in the nation reflects the population of the Central Valley of California Students come with a variety of backgrounds expectations and levels of preparation Many are first generation college students The average age of our student population is 23 Sixty five percent are women Some students have learned English as a second language and a cluster are international students Because most students work at jobs on and off campus the average class load of a CSU Stanislaus student is lower than on traditional campuses and the resulting degree time is slightly longer As a commuter campus Stanislaus draws most of its students from the surrounding communities The defined service area is a six county area larger than the state of Vermont In order to serve these outlying areas CSU Stanislaus has a satellite campus in Stockton a televised distance learning site in Stockton and encourages fully online web based courses Purpose of this Guide This guide is designed to give new faculty an overview of their responsibilities and to provide answers to the questions that new faculty most frequently asks We hope that you will find this guide a useful reference as you prepare and teach your classes meet with students and consider the various facets of your professional life This guide will help you with your everyday concerns as a university employee We have included information on areas such as benefits sabbaticals instructional resources and also on nuts and bolts topics such as parking and photocopying The guide is intended to inform you of your roles and responsibilities as a faculty member in the CSU system and on the CSU Stanislaus campus In writing this guide the authors considered the importance and significance of professional duties on a campus that values teaching within a diverse society We provide strategies for successful planning and teaching a class and for advising students on academic issues and areas outside the classroom We summarize rules for dealing with sticky issues such as academic dishonesty confidentiality and grade disputes And we conclude several

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  • Workshops | California State University Stanislaus
    00pm FDC 103 Bb Orientation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT An introduction to Blackboard basics browsers test student tools announcements content faculty info class roster settings Term Availability orienting students copying content Content Collection Monday February 8th 2 00 3 00pm FDC 103 Introduction to VoiceThread Presentations Facilitated by Glenn Pillsbury OIT CSU Stanislaus faculty and staff are eligible to take advantage of a campus license for VoiceThread an exciting new tool that lets you and your students communicate about course content naturally via voice and video Think of VoiceThread as a richer alternative to discussion forums for when you want students to engage with specific images or other media Or use VoiceThread as a lecture tool in an online class and let your students ask questions right at the spot where they need help This presentation will introduce the basics of creating and commenting as well as assigning and grading VoiceThreads Tuesday February 9th 2 00 3 00pm FDC 103 Bb Orientation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT An introduction to Blackboard basics browsers test student tools announcements content faculty info class roster settings Term Availability orienting students copying content Content Collection Tuesday February 9th 4 00 5 00pm FDC114 Do your Departmental RPT elaborations work Find out what others are doing across Stan State The Faculty Development Committee is pleased to host a series of round table discussions to compare departmental elaborations across the disciplines Please join your hosts on any of these dates All discussions held in JSRFDC 114 Friday February 12 from 2 3 pm join Feng Zhou and Marina Gerson Monday February 15 from 1 2 pm join Mandy Huang and Marina Gerson Thursday February 18 from 9 10 am join Anysia Mayer and Marina Gerson Assistant Professors Wouldn t you like to have a better understanding of how your WPAF RPT file will be viewed by administrators and your elected colleagues on the University Wide RPT Committee Attend one of these discussions to learn more At the request of the Faculty Affairs Committee these discussions are being held in response to the RPT Survey Report Recommendation 3 which calls for continued efforts to ensure that all tenured and tenure track faculty have a good understanding of the complexity of developing elaborations and the role elaborations play in the RPT process It also recommends using the Faculty Development Center to engage faculty in critical dialogue regarding strategies for thinking about and preparing elaborations Wednesday February 10th 2 00 3 00pm FDC 103 Bb Orientation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT An introduction to Blackboard basics browsers test student tools announcements content faculty info class roster settings Term Availability orienting students copying content Content Collection Thursday February 11th 10 00 11 00am FDC 103 Introduction to VoiceThread Presentations Facilitated by Glenn Pillsbury OIT CSU Stanislaus faculty and staff are eligible to take advantage of a campus license for VoiceThread an exciting new tool that lets you and your students communicate about course content naturally via voice and video Think of VoiceThread as a richer alternative to discussion forums for when you want students to engage with specific images or other media Or use VoiceThread as a lecture tool in an online class and let your students ask questions right at the spot where they need help This presentation will introduce the basics of creating and commenting as well as assigning and grading VoiceThreads Thursday February 11th 11 00 12 00pm FDC 103 Bb Orientation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT An introduction to Blackboard basics browsers test student tools announcements content faculty info class roster settings Term Availability orienting students copying content Content Collection Thursday February 11th 2 00 3 00pm FDC 103 Introduction to Blackboard Collaborate Web Meetings Facilitated by Glenn Pillsbury OIT Blackboard Collaborate is the university s web based presentation and conferencing service for online office hours synchronous presentations in an online or hybrid course or departmental meetings and other university business where presentations are given This workshop covers the basics of using Collaborate Friday February 12th 2 00 3 00pm FDC114 Do your Departmental RPT elaborations work Find out what others are doing across Stan State The Faculty Development Committee is pleased to host a series of round table discussions to compare departmental elaborations across the disciplines Please join your hosts on any of these dates All discussions held in JSRFDC 114 Monday February 15 from 1 2 pm join Mandy Huang and Marina Gerson Thursday February 18 from 9 10 am join Anysia Mayer and Marina Gerson Assistant Professors Wouldn t you like to have a better understanding of how your WPAF RPT file will be viewed by administrators and your elected colleagues on the University Wide RPT Committee Attend one of these discussions to learn more At the request of the Faculty Affairs Committee these discussions are being held in response to the RPT Survey Report Recommendation 3 which calls for continued efforts to ensure that all tenured and tenure track faculty have a good understanding of the complexity of developing elaborations and the role elaborations play in the RPT process It also recommends using the Faculty Development Center to engage faculty in critical dialogue regarding strategies for thinking about and preparing elaborations Monday February 15th 11 00 12 00pm FDC 103 Bb Exploration Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Exploring and managing your Bb course Users and Groups Blogs Discussion Board Journals Wikis Monday February 15th 1 00 2 00pm FDC114 Do your Departmental RPT elaborations work Find out what others are doing across Stan State The Faculty Development Committee is pleased to host a series of round table discussions to compare departmental elaborations across the disciplines Please join your hosts on any of these dates All discussions held in JSRFDC 114 Thursday February 18 from 9 10 am join Anysia Mayer and Marina Gerson Assistant Professors Wouldn t you like to have a better understanding of how your WPAF RPT file will be viewed by administrators and your elected colleagues on the University Wide RPT Committee Attend one of these discussions to learn more At the request of the Faculty Affairs Committee these discussions are being held in response to the RPT Survey Report Recommendation 3 which calls for continued efforts to ensure that all tenured and tenure track faculty have a good understanding of the complexity of developing elaborations and the role elaborations play in the RPT process It also recommends using the Faculty Development Center to engage faculty in critical dialogue regarding strategies for thinking about and preparing elaborations Tuesday February 16th 11 00 12 00pm FDC 113 or 2 00 3 00pm FDC113 Bb Exploration Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Exploring and managing your Bb course Users and Groups Blogs Discussion Board Journals Wikis Wednesday February 17th 10 00 11 00am FDC 114 or 2 00 3 00pm FDC114 Bb Exploration Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Exploring and managing your Bb course Users and Groups Blogs Discussion Board Journals Wikis Wednesday February 17th 11 30 1 30pm FDC 114 CSU Online Faculty Learning Community focused on Critical Thinking through Online Discussion Kickoff KeyNote Webinar with Dr Christine Harrington What This FLC is a cohort of CSU faculty members who engage in the scholarship of teaching and learning in an online collaborative environment structured to provide encouragement support and reflection Faculty will discuss pedagogical methods in an effort to improve engagement in the online blended classroom Kickoff KeyNote Webinar open to all CSU faculty staff and administrators Dr Christine Harrington Ph D Professor of Psychology and Student Success at Middlesex County College NJ author of Promoting Critical Thinking through Online Discussion Developing Questions and Managing Conversations Visit http www scholarlyteaching org for more information Don t miss this exciting opportunity to hear from an expert Thursday February 18th 9 00 10 00am FDC114 Do your Departmental RPT elaborations work Find out what others are doing across Stan State The Faculty Development Committee is pleased to host a series of round table discussions to compare departmental elaborations across the disciplines Please join your hosts on any of these dates All discussions held in JSRFDC 114 Thursday February 18 from 9 10 am join Anysia Mayer and Marina Gerson Assistant Professors Wouldn t you like to have a better understanding of how your WPAF RPT file will be viewed by administrators and your elected colleagues on the University Wide RPT Committee Attend one of these discussions to learn more At the request of the Faculty Affairs Committee these discussions are being held in response to the RPT Survey Report Recommendation 3 which calls for continued efforts to ensure that all tenured and tenure track faculty have a good understanding of the complexity of developing elaborations and the role elaborations play in the RPT process It also recommends using the Faculty Development Center to engage faculty in critical dialogue regarding strategies for thinking about and preparing elaborations Thursday February 18th 11 00 12 00pm FDC 103 Bb Exploration Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Exploring and managing your Bb course Users and Groups Blogs Discussion Board Journals Wikis Monday February 22nd 10 00 11 00am FDC 103 Introduction to Moodle Course Web Sites Facilitated by Glenn Pillsbury OIT This workshop will introduce you to Moodle an alternative to Blackboard for managing a course web site Moodle offers a similar set of features to Blackboard but it lets you present course materials and assignments in a variety of layouts as well as offering some features not found in Blackboard Moodle is currently being used by nearly half of the CSU campuses and OIT offers Moodle sites and training to any instructor interested in trying it out Monday February 22nd 11 00 12 00pm FDC 103 Bb Evaluation Tests Assignments Performance Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Create tests and assignments settings grading student submissions test re grading Course Reports and Performance Dashboard Monday February 22nd 2 00 3 00pm FDC 103 Get Reel Engage students with User Generated Video Facilitated by Glenn Pillsbury OIT In this workshop you will learn a number of ways to incorporate user generated video into your classes whether online hybrid or even face to face From creating online lectures with all the bells and whistles to simple weekly updates via talking head webcam videos to more personal feedback on assignments and other course material using video goes a long way toward humanizing the online course experience And it s easy and free to get started Come learn what to do and what to avoid Tuesday February 23rd 2 00 3 00pm FDC 103 Bb Evaluation Tests Assignments Performance Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Create tests and assignments settings grading student submissions test re grading Course Reports and Performance Dashboard Tuesday February 23rd 4 00 5 00pm FDC 114 Non Fiction Book Club Wouldn t you like to be part of an on going campus book club focusing on a selection of non fiction writing Please participate in our book discussions and have the opportunity to share impressions and opinions as a member of a campus reading cluster This month s selection is Flash Boys by Michael Lewis Wednesday February 24th 1 00 4 00pm FDC 114 Engage and Develop 21st Century Learning Skills through Lesson Study Co sponsored by College of the Arts Humanities Social Sciences and the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Facilitated by Noelle Won Teacher Education Faculty teaching teams will use the lesson study process to refine their 21st Century teaching practices and increase student learning This project is funded by the New Generation of Educators Grant from the Bechtel Foundation Wednesday February 24th 2 00 3 00pm FDC 103 Bb Evaluation Tests Assignments Performance Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Create tests and assignments settings grading student submissions test re grading Course Reports and Performance Dashboard Thursday February 25th 10 00 11 00am FDC 103 Get Reel Engage students with User Generated Video Facilitated by Glenn Pillsbury OIT In this workshop you will learn a number of ways to incorporate user generated video into your classes whether online hybrid or even face to face From creating online lectures with all the bells and whistles to simple weekly updates via talking head webcam videos to more personal feedback on assignments and other course material using video goes a long way toward humanizing the online course experience And it s easy and free to get started Come learn what to do and what to avoid Thursday February 25th 11 00 12 00pm FDC 103 Bb Evaluation Tests Assignments Performance Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Create tests and assignments settings grading student submissions test re grading Course Reports and Performance Dashboard Thursday February 25th 2 00 3 00pm FDC 103 Introduction to Moodle Course Web Sites Facilitated by Glenn Pillsbury OIT This workshop will introduce you to Moodle an alternative to Blackboard for managing a course web site Moodle offers a similar set of features to Blackboard but it lets you present course materials and assignments in a variety of layouts as well as offering some features not found in Blackboard Moodle is currently being used by nearly half of the CSU campuses and OIT offers Moodle sites and training to any instructor interested in trying it out Thursday February 25th 5 30 7 00pm FDC 118 Art at FDC TBD Monday February 29th 11 00 12 00pm FDC 103 Bb Calculation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Using the Grade Center Assignments and Assessments setup grade entry download upload row and column management assignment management and backups Submitting final grades to MyCSUStan Back to top March Tuesday March 1st 2 00 3 00pm FDC103 Bb Calculation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Using the Grade Center Assignments and Assessments setup grade entry download upload row and column management assignment management and backups Submitting final grades to MyCSUStan Wednesday March 2nd 2 00 3 00pm FDC103 Bb Calculation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Using the Grade Center Assignments and Assessments setup grade entry download upload row and column management assignment management and backups Submitting final grades to MyCSUStan Thursday March 3rd 11 00 12 00pm FDC103 Bb Calculation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Using the Grade Center Assignments and Assessments setup grade entry download upload row and column management assignment management and backups Submitting final grades to MyCSUStan Monday March 7th 11 00 12 00pm FDC103 Bb Instrumentation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT We have licenses for these tools We will overview them to see how each can be used with Blackboard Tuesday March 8th 2 00 3 00pm FDC103 Bb Instrumentation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT We have licenses for these tools We will overview them to see how each can be used with Blackboard Tuesday March 8th 4 00 5 00pm FDC114 Fiction Book Club Wouldn t you like to be part of an on going campus book club focusing on a selection of fiction writing Please participate in our book discussions and have the opportunity to share impressions and opinions as a member of a campus reading cluster This month s selection is Shades of Grey by Jasper Forde Wednesday March 9th 2 00 3 00pm FDC103 Bb Instrumentation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT We have licenses for these tools We will overview them to see how each can be used with Blackboard Thursday March 10th 2 00 3 00pm FDC103 Bb Instrumentation Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT We have licenses for these tools We will overview them to see how each can be used with Blackboard Monday March 14th 11 00 12 00pm FDC103 Bb Collection Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Finding using and managing the Bb Content Collection Collection and Course Copy Plus AL Textbooks Bookstore Library connections and Accessibility Tuesday March 15th 2 00 3 00pm FDC103 Bb Collection Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Finding using and managing the Bb Content Collection Collection and Course Copy Plus AL Textbooks Bookstore Library connections and Accessibility Wednesday March 16th 2 00 3 00 pm FDC103 Bb Collection Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Finding using and managing the Bb Content Collection Collection and Course Copy Plus AL Textbooks Bookstore Library connections and Accessibility Thursday March 17th 11 00 12 00pm FDC103 Bb Collection Facilitated by Bob Koehler OIT Finding using and managing the Bb Content Collection Collection and Course Copy Plus AL Textbooks Bookstore Library connections and Accessibility Tuesday March 22nd 4 00 5 00pm FDC 114 Non Fiction Book Club Wouldn t you like to be part of an on going campus book club focusing on a selection of non fiction writing Please participate in our book discussions and have the opportunity to share impressions and opinions as a member of a campus reading cluster This month s selection is Writing on the Wall by Tom Standage Back to top April Monday April 11th 11 00 12 00pm FDC 103 Introduction to Moodle Course Web Sites Facilitated by Glenn Pillsbury OIT This workshop will introduce you to Moodle an alternative to Blackboard for managing a course web site Moodle offers a similar set of features to Blackboard but it lets you present course materials and assignments in a variety of layouts as well as offering some features not found in Blackboard Moodle is currently being used by nearly half of the CSU campuses and OIT offers Moodle sites and training to any instructor interested in trying it out Tuesday April 12th 12 00 1 00pm FDC103 Introduction to VoiceThread Presentations Facilitated by Glenn Pillsbury OIT CSU Stanislaus faculty and staff are eligible to take advantage of a campus license for VoiceThread an exciting new tool that lets you and your students communicate about course content naturally via voice and video Think of VoiceThread as a richer alternative to discussion forums for when you want students to engage with specific images or other media Or use VoiceThread as a lecture tool in an online class and let your students ask questions right at the spot where they

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  • Contact Information | California State University Stanislaus
    Regional Partnership Development Speak Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Contact Information Contact Information Address Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 See Maps Directions Building John Stuart Rogers Faculty Development Center See Building 30 Map Phone 209 667 3216 FAX 209 664 6631 Director E mail Dr Marina Gerson Coordinator E mail Emy Barsley Office Hours Regular Hours Monday through Friday 8 00 a m to 5 00 p m Summer Hours June through August Monday through Friday 7 30 a m to 4 00 p m Printer friendly version Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Announcements Book Clubs Faculty Development Committee New Faculty Survival Guide Workshops Contact Information Assessment of Student Learning Library s Affordable Learning Solutions Publications Writing a Journal Article in 12 Weeks Faculty Voices vol VIII Faculty Voices vol IX Faculty Voices vol X John Stuart Rogers

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  • Faculty Affairs
    2014 2015 Academic Senate General Faculty Committee List 1 Campus Security Report https www csustan edu upd crime statistics 2 California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact Us Resources Career Opportunities Directions Parking Campus Map Campus Tours Title IX Campus Security Report Information for Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors

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  • Faculty and Staff Lunch | California State University Stanislaus
    Athletics Campus Life Giving Presidential Fund for Regional Partnership Development Speak Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Faculty and Staff Lunch Faculty and Staff Lunch Wednesday December 9 11 30 a m 2 p m JSR Faculty Development Center 118 Menu Chicken Caesar Salad Bread Sticks Vegan Soup Relax with your colleagues Share ideas and plans Feed your creativity Cheer and goodwill offered to you by Chartwells the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Faculty Affairs and Human Resources For more information contact Emy Barsley ebarsley csustan edu x3216 Printer friendly version Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Announcements Book Clubs Faculty Development Committee New Faculty Survival Guide Workshops Contact Information Assessment of Student Learning Library s Affordable Learning Solutions Publications Writing a Journal Article in 12 Weeks Faculty Voices vol VIII Faculty Voices vol IX Faculty Voices vol X John Stuart Rogers Faculty Development Center California State University Stanislaus One

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  • Human Resources
    667 3351 Faculty and Staff Lunch Wednesday December 9 11 30 a m 2 p m JSRFDC 118 Relax with your colleagues Share ideas and plans Feed your creativity 2 Skillsoft Employee online training and e books Course topics include Business Desktop Information Technology and more 3 Lynda Employee and student online training courses Course topics include technical design business and more 4 Title IX 5 My CSUStan 6 Staff Positions 7 For Students 8 College Year Calendars 2018 2019 College Year Calendar 9 2017 2018 College Year Calendar 10 2016 2017 College Year Calendar 11 2015 2016 College Year Calendar 12 2014 2015 College Year Calendar 13 2013 2014 College Year Calendar 14 CSU Resources Classification Standards 15 Compensation Calculator 16 CSYou 17 Office of the Chancellor 18 Salary Schedule 19 Collective Bargaining Agreements 20 California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact Us Resources Career Opportunities Directions Parking Campus Map Campus Tours Title IX Campus Security Report Information for Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving 2014 California State University Stanislaus Twitter Facebook RSS Vimeo Instagram Source URL https www csustan edu hr Links 1 mailto HR Assistant csustan edu 2 https www csustan edu faculty center faculty and staff lunch 3 http ds calstate edu svc skillsoft 4 http shib lynda com Shibboleth sso InCommon providerId https shibboleth csustan edu idp shibboleth amp target https shib lynda com InCommon 5 https www csustan edu title ix 6 http my csustan edu 7 https www csustan edu hr employment opportunities staff employment opportunities 8 https www csustan edu hr employment opportunities student assistants 9 https www csustan edu sites default files HR

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  • Employment Opportunities | California State University Stanislaus
    employment opportunities within Stanislaus State Please download the appropriate application based on the job posting you are applying for and follow all instructions To view and apply to any of our available employment opportunities please follow the below steps Click on any of the positions listed for a description of the position s responsibilities and how to apply Management Positions Staff Positions Student Positions Work Study Positions Financial Aid Scholarships Office Download and complete the correct application Staff Management Employment Application docx Student Employment Application docx No printer Send E mail to request that an application be mailed to you Submit application according to the instructions included on the job announcement We wish you the best of luck in your job search and also encourage you to apply for future employment opportunities at Stanislaus State Please take advantage of our Job Phone Line at 209 667 3354 Crime Statistics The annual Campus Security and Fire Report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus in certain off campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Stanislaus State and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security such as policies concerning alcohol and drug use crime prevention the reporting of crimes sexual assault and new for 2010 campus fire statistics You can obtain a copy of this report on the web at https www csustan edu upd crime statistics To request a printed copy Telephone 209 667 3572 Fax 209 667 3104 or Email Public Safety csustan edu Information regarding Campus Security Reports at other locations can be found on the web at http ope ed gov security Printer friendly version Human Resources Employment Opportunities Management Opportunities Staff Opportunities Student Assistants

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