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  • Facilities Services | California State University Stanislaus
    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 Facilities Services Facilities Services Facilities Services is responsible for the operation and maintenance of University buildings physical infrastructure and grounds to provide an aesthetic and comfortable environment which is conducive to promoting excellence in the teaching and learning of the faculty student and support staff Facilities Services manages the planning budgeting financing and construction of capital projects including new construction and the renovation of existing structures Facilities Services is also responsible for building code compliance and building standards The Facilities team works together to build a safe and welcoming environment for the campus community Miscellaneous Gender Neutral Restroom Locations pdf Irrigation Storm Water Reclamation Use on Campus Organizational Chart pdf Posting Policy pdf Science I Photovoltaic Energy Production Website Printer friendly version Facilities Services Custodial Service Customer Service Center Design Construction Energy Management Events Support Hot Cold Landscape Service Maintenance Planning Finance Recycling Service Transportation Service Staff Directory Forms Key Access Request Form Work

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/fs (2016-02-15)
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  • Event Services | California State University Stanislaus
    Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Financial Support Services Gateway Event Services Event Services Planning an Event on Campus Planning is a key element in a successful event Major events require that thought and actions take place 6 to 12 months before the event Smaller events may be successful with a shorter preparation time but will still involve the following basic planning components What are the goals and objectives What is the event s primary message and theme Is the event to be formal or casual How many people will be attending What is the budget for the event What is the event program CSU Stanislaus Event Services staff are experts in planning successful events on the Turlock campus They will assist you with all of the details Staff Faculty Event Services Information to help Staff Faculty get started planning an event on campus Students Event Services Information to help Students get started planning an event at CSU Stanislaus Visitors Event Services Information to help visitors get started planning a private event at CSU Stanislaus Printer friendly version Contact Information Address California State University Stanislaus Event Services One

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/event-services (2016-02-15)
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  • Faculty Mentor Program | California State University Stanislaus
    graduation rates of educationally disadvantaged students Join FMP The Faculty Mentor Program is for undergraduate students who are first generation college students To join FMP it s simple and easy fill out the Protege Application and email it to Dr Clarissa Lonn Nichols at clonn csustan edu or drop it off at the Office of Student Leadership and Development University Student Union Building room 103 Students applying to the program during the fall semester must do so by the first Monday in November Students applying to the program during the spring spring semester must do so by the first Monday in March Faculty Mentor Program is a part of the Office of Student Leadership and Development located in the University Student Union USU room 103 History With the use of lottery funds allocated by legislature the California State University Chancellor s office initiated the pilot program Faculty Mentor Program in January of 1987 at eight of the CSU campuses During spring semester that same year the program was implemented at Stanislaus under the administration of Fred Edmonson Associate Vice President Dean of students with Dr Fred Hilpert professor of communication studies as Coordinator The original list of potential student participants protégés was received from the EOP Educational Opportunity Program One hundred twenty names were identified as the target population Eventually through personal contact written responses and or attendance at orientation sessions a total of 70 students volunteered to participate in the program The Faculty Mentor Program provides faculty mentors and educational and recreational programs to first generation and educationally environmentally or economically disadvantaged students Mentors must receive training before they are matched with student protégés From the beginning the program has encouraged one on one interactions between the mentor and student protégé This mentoring relationship improves academic achievement increases the

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/sld/faculty-mentor-program (2016-02-15)
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  • Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning | California State University Stanislaus
    Learning Our Goals The Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning FCETL is dedicated to building a learning centered community and to improving student learning by supporting faculty in ways that make teaching a more satisfying and productive activity This is done by coordinating consolidating enhancing and expanding existing faculty development services at Stanislaus State The center Provides practical advice on the integration of innovative pedagogies designed to improve instruction Finds ways to support and encourage research scholarship and creative activities as well as other related professional development activities Assists faculty interested in integrating instructional technology to improve their teaching Works to create a collegial environment of shared purpose and mutual support and to cultivate a conversation about teaching and learning on campus Our Mission The primary mission of the Stan State Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is to support faculty in their roles as teacher learners scholars and members of the university and wider community as a means of enhancing student learning Enhancement of faculty skills professional fulfillment and promotion of collegiality and a sense of campus community are integral to this mission Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning staff take a visionary role to promote the spirit of innovation and collaboration among faculty staff students and administrators at Stanislaus State Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning services are available to all university faculty at all stages of their professional careers as well as student teaching assistants Academic Senate 16 AS 97 Our Vision The Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning FCETL is a vibrant high profile easily accessible facility combining a variety of current faculty support offices in a location where faculty can meet to get to know each other discuss issues of mutual concern discover faculty development

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/faculty-center (2016-02-15)
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  • Faculty Affairs | California State University Stanislaus
    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 Affairs Faculty Affairs Our Mission to serve and support the professional needs of our university s faculty from recruitment to retirement Announcements The list of Academic Senate and General Faculty committees and their respective rosters for the 2014 2015 Academic Year is now available 2014 2015 Academic Senate General Faculty Committee List Campus Security Report https www csustan edu upd crime statistics Printer friendly version Faculty Affairs Background Check Information Benefits Leaves Pay Forms Employment Evaluation of Temporary Faculty Recruitment Information IRA Proposal Information Part Time Faculty Information Post Tenure Review Information Retention Promotion Tenure Information RPT Special Consultant Information Unit 11 Academic Student Employee Hiring Information Workload Information Contact Information Faculty Handbook Collective Bargaining Agreements Salary Schedule Title IX Human Resources ERFA American Disabilitites Act Information Additional information and resources about ADA can be found at http www eeoc gov eeoc publications index cfm California State

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/fa (2016-02-15)
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  • Human Resources | California State University Stanislaus
    resources information records management compensation policies training and labor relations The goal of the department is to provide support for the faculty and staff to achieve the mission of California State University Stanislaus We have designed our website for you and hope you will find the information and resources you need about jobs benefit programs policies and services Please send us an email at HR Assistant csustan edu if you have any questions or give us a call at 209 667 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 Skillsoft Employee online training and e books Course topics include Business Desktop Information Technology and more Lynda Employee and student online training courses Course topics include technical design business and more Title IX My CSUStan Staff Positions For Students College Year Calendars 2018 2019 College Year Calendar 2017 2018 College Year Calendar 2016 2017 College Year Calendar 2015 2016 College Year Calendar 2014 2015 College Year Calendar 2013 2014 College Year Calendar CSU Resources Classification Standards Compensation Calculator CSYou Office of the Chancellor Salary Schedule Collective Bargaining Agreements Printer friendly version

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/hr (2016-02-15)
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  • Academic Senate | California State University Stanislaus
    Life Giving You are here Home Faculty Handbook Academic Senate Academic Senate The Academic Senate is the official representative body of the General Faculty composed of the members of the Executive Committee of the Senate the General faculty s representatives to the Statewide Academic Senate an elected faculty representative from each academic department the library counseling unit and one representative from the Emeritus and Retired Professors Association one lecturer representative one coach representative one staff representative two students the Provost VPAA and the VP of Student Affairs It is constituted to formulate and evaluate policy and procedures on academic personnel and fiscal matters and make recommendations to the President There are six standing committees of the Academic Senate four subcommittees and a varying number of ad hoc committees The function of these committees is to consider all aspects of any matters referred by the Senate Executive Committee or Academic Senate and recommend action for the Academic Senate The Academic Senate meets alternate Tuesdays during the academic year from 2 00 4 00 pm in the John Stuart Rogers Faculty Development Center JSRFDC The Senate Office is located in JSRFDC 109 The telephone number is 209 667 3400 Correspondence should be sent to Office of the Academic Senate CSU Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock CA 95382 2015 2016 Speaker of the Faculty Chair of the Academic Senate is Dr Mark Thompson Professor of English E mail mthompson csustan edu Questions or comments should be directed to Isabel Pierce Executive Assistant to the Speaker of the Faculty E mail ipierce csustan edu Academic Senate Publications UEPC Academic Calendar Report pdf UEPC Meeting Schedule pdf 2015 16 Academic Senate List of Senators pdf SEC AS Meeting Schedule pdf Organization Chart pdf Graduate Council Schedule pdf Standing Rules of the Academic Senate pdf Speakers

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/faculty-handbook/academic-senate (2016-02-15)
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  • Faculty Handbook | California State University Stanislaus
    to be University policy is identified Local University policy is subject to change through normal University policy making procedures Academic and academic personnel policies are required to be consistent with the Collective Bargaining Memorandum of Understanding MOU approved by the California State University CSU system and the California Faculty Association CFA For information please refer to the contract titled Agreement Between The Board of Trustees of the California State University and the California Faculty Association Unit 3 Faculty dated November 12 2014 June 30 2017 All academic employees are expected to adhere to University policies and procedures Dates of the CSU CFA Agreement should be changed to November 12 2014 June 30 2017 Any errors corrections or omissions which would significantly hinder the functioning of the General Faculty should be reported as soon as possible to the Office of the Academic Senate Publications Forms List of Academic Senate and General Faculty Committees 2015 2016 Academic Senate General Faculty Committee List pdf University Strategic Plan pdf Acronyms Initialisms Definitions pdf Assigned Time Code Definitions pdf Calendar Leaves Awards pdf Constitution of the General Faculty Constitution pdf Faculty Governance Presentation by Mark Thompson ppt Guidelines Community Service Award pdf Guidelines Outstanding Faculty

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/faculty-handbook (2016-02-15)
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