Academic Affairs Newsletter, Week of April 1
WELCOME to a new Quarter.
Just a few reminders, updates, and announcements of opportunities for you to consider:
1. Dear CSU East Bay Faculty, Deans, Staff and Students,
The Faculty Affairs Committee (FAC) of the Academic Senate would like to announce the open call for nominations to four awards for exceptional faculty:
FAC hopes that the entire campus community will participate in submitting nominations for CSUEB's most deserving faculty members. To view the call letter, criteria for eligibility and submission instructions, please download the attachment or follow this link to the Senate News and Elections web page: http://www20.csueastbay.edu/faculty/senate/news.html
The deadline for nomination submission is Friday April 4, 2014.
Please see THE ATTACHED for more information.
2. Your Help is Needed:
Do you know a post-doc or faculty scholar who might be interested in helping us judge the CSU Systemwide Research Conference? Jurors are particularly needed in the Behavioral (Psychology, Anthropology) and Social Sciences (Political Science, Sociology) areas. The individuals may not be CSU faculty. More information is available on the ATTACHED letter or contact: email@example.com. Thank you.
3. Faculty Development:
FYFE: The Scholar's Mind and Body
Scholarly work takes its toll on the scholars' body as does the pace of teaching three classes. Back pain, fatigue, stress, and other physical manifestations are common. Come hear colleagues share their research and insights on preventative strategies and ways to manage the physical and emotional challenges of faculty life. ..RSVP
Presenters: Jennifer Sherwood, Kinesiology; Mary D'Alleva, Director, Center for Community Engagement; Rita Liberti, Kinesiology
4. From the Fulbright Foundation:
Fulbright Scholar Program Presentation: Online
To download a version of the workshop presentation Fulbright gives when it visits campuses, please visit the Campus Representative Virtual Toolkit Page: http://www.cies.org/virtual-toolkit
It is the first document listed for download: http://www.cies.org/document/2014-workshop-power-point-presentation
5. Carnegie National Outstanding Professor Competition:
Nominate a professor today. Deadline: April 14
Visit the U.S. Professors of the Year website for additional information, including advice from institutions that have successfully nominated a winner.
Nominees compete with their peers in one of the following categories (based on the Carnegie classification of their institution):
Judges will select one national winner from each category. Plus, awards will also be given on the state level.
Nominations will be accepted through April 14, 2014. Each campus can nominate up to three professors.
Enjoy the first week back.
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