Academic Affairs Newsletter, Week of September 18
1. From the Executive Director of the Online Campus:
Online & Hybrid Course Quality Transformation Grants
Cohort 7 (final cohort) application deadline: 10/01/2017
Here is the link to the application and instructions:
2. From the University Diversity Office:
Diversity and Inclusion Funded Faculty Opportunity
Are you considering incorporating newdiversity and inclusiveness; perspectives into a course that you will teach winter quarter?
Do you enjoy sharing diversity and inclusiveness ideas with your colleagues?
Would you like this investment of your time to be funded?
Are you available to meet in person on one Friday morning in the fall, winter, and spring quarters?
If your answers are yes, the Office of Diversity encourages you to consider applying for the attached Faculty and Inclusion Curriculum Development Grant. Questions? Rocio Camarena, firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
3. Introducting our New Internships Coordinator:
East Bay has hired a new Internships Coordinator, Mariaelena Marcano. Mariaelena comes to us from San Jose State University where she served in a variety of capacities within Student Affairs. She has an extensive background counseling students and providing programming for them at SJSU, Columbia University and the City College of New York. At East Bay, Mariaelena will help build an umbrella website through which students can get connected to classes, internal and external opportunities, and other options if they wish to participate in an internship. In addition, she will be working with the many campus offices that offer internships to try and coalesce our opportunities in a way that makes it easy for students and potential partners to find internships or advertise them. Please join us in welcoming Mariaelena to East Bay!
4. Back to the Bay: THANK YOU
Just a quick note to thank all of the many faculty and staff presenters, and all of the faculty and staff helpers who made Back to the Bay such a success. We had over 250 registrants and many, many sessions which attracted audiences of 30 or more. It was a great day, and hats off to Faculty Development, the Online Campus, ITS, and others for coordinating a great community effort. If you still have an attendance sheet from your session, please pop it in the mail to Roger or Jessica. And, thank you to all who presented, helped, or attended!
Have a great first week of Fall Quarter!
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