Announcements

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Payday

Faculty and staff paychecks for the October pay period will be available for release to authorized individuals at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 30 in Room T6-5 (6th floor) of the CLA building.

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Flu Shot Clinic

Student Health Services will hold a Flu Shot Clinic during the Wellness Fair on Oct. 24, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Marketplace, Room B. The cost is $2.50 for students, and $5 for faculty and staff. Students meeting certain high risk criteria are free of charge. Other flu shot clinics can be scheduled by appointment beginning Sept. 28, at Student Health Services, Bldg. 46, by calling (909) 869-4000.

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Presidential Search Advisory Committee

Information was distributed by campus mail on Monday, Oct. 7 encouraging
employees to complete a self-nomination petition if interested in serving on the search advisory committee to assist the presidential selection committee in finding a successor for President Suzuki. This is a reminder that completed self-nomination petitions are due to Pam Shedd,
Office of the Vice President for Administrative Affairs, by Friday, Oct. 11. For more information or to obtain a copy of the self-nomination petition, please
contact Pam Shedd at (909) 869-3019 or psshedd@cpp.edu.

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Teach-In on War in Iraq

A group of faculty members and students concerned about the impending war against Iraq will hold the first of a series of Iraq teach-ins on Wednesday, Oct. 9, noon to 1 p.m., in the University Quad. The teach-in will focus on educating the campus community about the serious issues at stake and why war should be opposed. John Moore, of the history department, Sidney Silliman, of the political science department, and students Danny Wang and Farrah Hassen will speak on issues including the United Nations, pre-emptive first strike and facts vs. fiction about the war. For more information, contact Saul Landau, the director of Digital Media and International Outreach Programs

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Intellectual Property and Distance Learning

Professor James L. Wood, from the sociology department at San Diego State University, will speak on Intellectual Property and Distance Learning: Which Policy to Chose? from noon to 1 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 10 in the Silverwood Room, University Union. The event is sponsored by CFA and IIT. With the advent of widespread use of the Internet to convey information, there has been considerable interest in formulating college and university policies concerning intellectual property (IP), especially as it relates to distance learning (DL). When professors' lecturers are put on the Internet to be distributed to potentially numerous students at a physical distance from the academic point of origin, who owns and

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Wellness Fair 2002

Student Health Services will host its 23rd annual Wellness Fair on Oct. 24, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the University Quad. This is a "One-Stop-Shop" opportunity to receive a wide variety of information on health issues impacting one's life, as well as information about the scope of services provided by Student Health Services. Attendees will receive free health assessments, nutritional food samples and prizes for participating in health games. Beginning at noon, the final competition for the Wellness Challenge games will begin on stage as the top two student clubs match wits for a grand prize of $500. For more information, call (909) 869-5309.

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Colloquium on College Teaching & Learning

The Faculty Center will sponsor six faculty members to participate in the
7th annual Colloquium on College Teaching & Learning
Feb. 23-25, 2003 at the Lake Arrowhead Conference Center. Applications are due in the Faculty Center (Building 1, Room 227) by Oct. 15. A yellow tri-fold brochure with the application should be in your campus mail. You can access a word or pdf document on-line at the following sites:
Application in Word, Application in Adobe Acrobat (pdf).
For more information, contact Marian Sherman in the Faculty Center at (909) 869-4640 or by e-mail at mksherman@cpp.edu.

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Faculty Reading Group on Teaching and Learning

The Fall 2002 Faculty Reading Group on Teaching and Learning will be reading and discussing Beverly Daniel Tatum's "Why are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race." Paivi Hoikkala from the history department will be facilitating the group for seven Tuesdays, beginning Oct. 8, from 3-4:30 p.m. For more information, call Marian Sherman at (909) 869-4640 or Vicky Abilez at (909) 869-2890 in the Faculty Center for Professional Development.

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Fire Alarm Testing

On Saturday, Oct. 5 , starting at 7 a.m. and continuing throughout the day, Facilities Management's electricians will be testing campus fire alarms in all major buildings, except those in the residence halls, University Union, Kellogg West and CLA buildings. The testing has been scheduled to cause the least interference with campus activities. For more information, call the Facilities Customer Service Center at (909) 869-3030.