April 27, 1998 Vol. II, No. 15


For Your Information publishes announcements of public meetings, notices, events, deadlines and classes and courses of interest to the university community. The deadline for the May 11 issue is Mon., May 4.

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Public Meetings

Status of Women

Commission meets noon-1 p.m. Wed., April 29, in the Education Building, room 3118.

Educational Policies Committee

Meets 2 p.m. Wed., April 29 and May 6, in the Business Building, room 2224.

Faculty Executive Committee

Meets 1 p.m. Thu., April 30, in President's Conference Room A.

USU Board of Directors

Meet 5 p.m. Mon., May 4, in the Satellite Student Union, Pieza de Celis Room.

University Budget Advisory Board

Meets 2-4 p.m. Mon., May 4, in President's Conference Room A.

Campus Planning Board

Meets 10 a.m. Wed., May 6, in Business Building, room 4117. Agenda includes softball stadium siting, North Campus bio-tech design, campus construction update.

Statewide Academic Senate

Meets 1:30-5 p.m. Thu., May 7, and 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Fri., May 8, at CSU headquarters, 400 Golden Shore, Long Beach.

University Corp. Directors

Meet 3 p.m. Mon., May 11, in the University Club.

CSUN Alumni Assn.

Annual meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thu., May 21, in the University Club, Lambs Lounge.


Approved Policies

The Faculty Senate voted at its March 12 meeting to approve the following policy statements: The new policy statements were approved by CSUN President Blenda J. Wilson on March 31.

Parking Lot C Renovations

Parking Lot C is going through renovations in its southern corner to increase the number of spaces in the lot. The renovations began April 23 and should be completed by the latter part of May.

Who's Who Among Students

The 1998 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" will include the names of 39 students from Cal State Northridge who have been selected as outstanding campus leaders. Students nominated by faculty and staff will be recognized at the Associated Students/SD and IP Awards Ceremony at 5 p.m. Wed., May 6, in the University Student Union Grand Salon.

The following students will be recognized: Nancy Bellew, Tamara Benefield, Elizabeth Bennett, Victoria Berman, Monika Birgel, Diana Castle, Richard Cortes, Aylin Derkrikorian, Jeannine Di Pasquale, Shereen Elhilu, Jennifer Goodwin, Sarah Gray, Cedric Hackett, Edith Hoffmann, Julie Hughes, Janelle Jalbert, Doris Javidzad, Jennifer Jelin, Kelly Kuchenbrod, Kelly Martinez, Gabriel Ortiz, Nicole Pacheco, Jill Pollack, Alva Posada, Angela Rad, Pantea Rad, Julia Ramos, Delea Rayburn, Michael Rice, Elisa Schoenfeld, Sonya Scott, Renee Shulman, Lorraine Snipper, Sheila Sofian, Jeremy Sonenschein, Jeremy Villar, Emily Wargo, Jonie Watanabe and Cynthia Weston.

Summer Session Registration

The College of Extended Learning sponsors the summer session program at the Northridge and Ventura campuses, with hundreds of credit classes offered in three separate sessions beginning Mon., June 1. Mail-in registration is now underway. Other summer programs offered are certificate programs, test preparation classes and the master of public administration program. Catalogs are available at the College of Extended Learning office, Bookstore Complex room 100, at the main entrance of the bookstore.

Volunteers Needed

The Career Center needs volunteers for the following events: