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Academic Affairs Newsletter, Week of November 27

Important Dates:

  • Nov. 27-Dec. 3: Student Evaluations of Learning Available through Blackboard and Email
  • Nov. 27: Open Forum on Student Success with Dr. Inch in UU102 at 3 pm
  • Dec. 5: Holiday Party for All in New Union MPR
  • Dec. 12: Grades Due

1. International Opportunities:

Two very interesting opportunities exist for faculty who are want to participate in international education.  Deadline to apply for both is Dec. 1; for more information, please contact Sukari Ivester.

2. Call for Papers:

The International Association of Sustainable Tourism will hold its conference at the Hayward Campus.  Papers are being sought on a variety of areas both for presentation and possible publication.  More information on the call is in the ATTACHMENT or you may contact

3. Martin Luther King Internship:

Looking for 2 paid interns.  Please contact Mariaelena Mercano if you have students who you believe would be good candidates for these opportunities.  Please see the ATTACHED for more information

4. Training Notice:

If you have not finished your "Eliminate Sexual Misconduct" Training on Skillport, please do so today.  Thank you.

5. From Office of the Online Campus:

Fall Second Five Week surveys will open on Saturday, November 25th at 11:59 pm and close on Saturday, December 2nd at 11:59 pm. Fall 10 Week surveys will open on Sunday, November 26th at 11:59 pm and close on Sunday, December 3rd at 11:59 pm.Some courses will be evaluated at a different time before final. Students can complete their evaluations by logging into the Blackboard. A separate link for each of your course evaluations, with an embedded password, will also be sent to your Horizon email account. For more details, please click here: Student Survey of Learning Experience.

AND Please don't forget, if you have a Monday ONLY Evening class in Winter, you will be meeting with your class on Wed., Jan. 17.  Please note this on your syllabus.

6. Two Funded Opportunities for Faculty: 

Academic Programs and Services is pleased to announce two separate funded opportunities for faculty from various disciplines to work collaboratively to develop the University’s Institutional Learning Outcome measurement rubrics of Sustainability and Social Responsibility/Citizenship.  

All faculty and lecturers who have implemented a graded course assignment requiring students to include a social responsibility or sustainability component are eligible to apply. A $350 stipend and letter of recognition are available for each project.  The full call for proposals are ATTACHED for each separate project.

Have a great week and rest of the Quarter

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