May 30, 2000 Vol. IV, No. 17
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Meets 6 p.m. Wed., June 14, in the Intercollegiate Athletics Building. For reservations and additional information, call x4197.
North Campus/University Park Development Corp. Board
Meets 9 a.m. Mon., June 26, in President's Conference Room A.
The HazMobile will be in the San Fernando Valley on Thu.-Sat.,
June 22-24, in Van Nuys. The HazMobile will collect paint products and solvents, motor oil and antifreeze, aerosol products, household and garden chemicals, pesticides and fertilizers, and car batteries and pool cleaners. fmi-Cyndi Signett, x2477, the hotline (800) 988-6942, or TDD (213) 473-5664.
Our Deepest Sympathy
The campus community extends its sympathy to Rosentene Bennet-Purnell (Pan African Studies) and her family on the loss of her mother.
MFA in Creative Writing
The College of Extended Learning offers classes this summer that lead to a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. Classes include poetry and narrative writing, dramatic literature and studies in literacy periods. With faculty approval, students may take individual classes without seeking the MFA. fmi-Daniele Diebie, x4769.
College of Extended Learning MPA Graduation Ceremony
The College of Extended Learning's Master of Public Administration program will hold its graduation ceremony at 11 a.m. Wed., May 31, in the USU Grand Salon. fmi-Veena Bassi, x5635.
French Theater Posters
of the Early 20th Century
Features original lithographs by various artists celebrating stage performances in the first decades of the 20th century. Organized by the Jane Moufflet Galleries of Paris and Los Angeles, this exhibit underscores the continued popularity and esthetic accomplishments of entertainment posters in urban settings.
Dates: Through Sun., Aug. 27
Place: Performing Arts Center Lobby
Students are invited to join the Volunteer Council. Meetings are held at 1 p.m. every Wednesday in the USU Ventura Room. There are many one-time and ongoing volunteer experiences available. fmi-Council hotline, x4106, or visit www.csun.edu/volunteer or VolunteerTrak in the Career Center. The following are upcoming volunteer opportunities:
- L.A. Works Day: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat., June 3. This is a help-a-thon. Get pledges for planting, painting, removing graffiti, etc. to beautify the city. fmi-Larry, (213) 630-2198.
- College Success Conference: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat., June 3, at Mission College in Sylmar. The conference is for parents and children (K-12) who are interested in making college a reality for their children. Volunteers will receive lunch.
- AIDS Ride 7: Sat., June 3, through Sat., June 10. One-week bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Volunteers are needed as support staff. fmi-Patrick (323) 874-7474, x25. To volunteer for opening or closing ceremonies, call Gilbert, same phone number, x13. Or visit www.AIDSRide.org.
Goodwill Donation Drive
The University Recycling Program and Goodwill Industries are collecting items at CSUN for the annual Check-Out Donation Drive from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Sun., June 4, in parking Lot N at the corner of Zelzah Avenue and Lassen Street. The donation drive is geared to students moving out of the dorms and offers everyone an opportunity to recycle no longer needed items. Funds raised will provide local vocational rehabilitation and job training programs. An attendant will be on duty daily to issue receipts for tax purposes. fmi-Cyndi Signett, x2477.
Grad and Alumni Job Fair
The Career Center is sponsoring a job fair for recent grads and alumni from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wed., June 7 in the USU. Entry-level through experienced full-time career opportunities will be available. fmi-x2878.
The Career Center is offering career workshops. Space is limited, so reservations are suggested via x2878. Those attending should check in at the reception desk in the Career Center on the day and at the time of the workshop. The schedule is as follows:
- Job Fair Success: 9-10 a.m., Tue., May 30 (Barbara Cobin); 10-11 a.m. Mon., June 5 (Jan Potzmann),
and 1-2 p.m., Tue., June 6 (Jan Potzmann). Learn what to do before, during and after a job fair.
- Resume Results: 2-3 p.m., Wed., May 31. Ross Berg will teach techniques and strategies for writing a targeted resume. Sample resumes and tips on cover letters and thank-you letters will be provided.
- Intelligent Interviewing I (Preparation): 9-11 a.m. Thu., June 1. Ross Berg will discuss how to prepare for an interview, emphasizing the employer's perspective.
- Intelligent Interviewing II (Practice): 9-11 a.m., Fri., June 2. This workshop with Ross Berg will include mock interviews and critiques to strengthen your skills. (Interview I required.)
- Get Hired: 2-4 p.m. Fri., June 2. John Arany will provide an overview of the job search process with strategies to help you find the job you really want.
From Conflict to
The Office of Human Resources is offering a workshop titled "Moving From Conflict to Collaboration" from 8 a.m. to noon, Thu., June 1, in Business Building 4117. This workshop gives participants the skills to turn conflicts into opportunities to achieve positive, productive results. fmi-x3820.
New Employee Orientation
Every employee new to the CSUN campus should attend an orientation workshop. Three will be offered during the summer from 8 a.m. to noon Tuesdays, June 13, July 11, and Aug. 8, in Student Services Building 535A. The workshop covers a campus overview, employment and benefit information, the compensation system and public safety and parking information. Reservations are required. fmi-x3820.
Overview of Optional
Tax Sheltered Annuities
The Office of Human Resources' training and development program offers CSUN faculty and staff a personal financial management class titled "Overview of Optional Tax Sheltered Annuities" from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wed., June 14 in Student Services Building 535A. Participants will learn the rules, advantages and differences between 401k, 403b and deferred compensation 457. A representative of Lincoln Financial will present the material. fmi-x3820.
Summer Session Registration
Walk-in registrations will be taken through Thu., June 15, for Summer Session II, and through Thu., July 6, for Summer Session III. If registering for Summer Session I, a late fee of $25 will be charged (registration deadline was May 25). Students may register at the lobby of the Student Services Building. fmi-x2504 or x2644.
Few Waiver Programs
State employees interested in participating in the Employee Fee Waiver or Faculty Dependent/Spouse Fee Waiver Programs for fall 2000 should contact Cathy Salazar (x2173, email@example.com) for an application/
enrollment packet. Packets will be sent automatically to continuing participants in both programs. The application deadline for new participants and continuing participants with changes in admission status is Wed., May 31. The deadline for continuing participants is Fri., June 30. Participants in the Faculty Dependent/Spouse Fee Waiver Program should follow the deadlines and procedures in the schedules of classes and their fee waiver packet. The Fee Waiver Program is located in the Office of Human Resource Services in Administration Park 702 and operates 8 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday.
Faculty Senate Election Results
Diane Schwartz, Computer Science
Michael Neubauer, Mathematics
Michael Barrett, Library
Statewide Academic Senator
Barbara Swerkes, Kinesiology
Senators-at-Large Jay Christensen, Management
Cynthia Desrochers, Elementary Ed.
Richard Mesaros, Special Education
Elliot McIntire, Geography
Bruno Osorno, Electrical and
Judy Schmidt-Levy, University
Standing Committees Matt Harris, Music
Educational Equity Committee
Educational Policies Committee
Roberta Madison, Health Sciences
Michael Neubauer, Mathematics
Educational Resources Committee
Marcia Henry, Library
Mingfang Li, Management
Sandor Reichman, Chemistry
Extended Learning Committee
Sandra Donohue, Health Sciences
Bonnie Faherty, Health Sciences
Graduate Studies Committee
Beth Lasky, Special Education
Rick Moore, Management
Janet Reagan, Health Sciences
Sandra Stanley, English
Linda Stone, Music
Brenda Timmerman, Computer
Advisory Committees Matt Harris, Music
Learning Resource Committee
Marci Henry, Library
Heidemarie Lundblad, Accounting
May 30, 2000
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