2021

Archives for 2021.

Outstanding Dissertation Award

The American Educational Research Association recently presented the Outstanding Dissertation Award to Taylor Allbright, assistant professor in the educational leadership department. Her manuscript, “Tough Conversations and Missed Opportunities: Implementing District Policy for Racial Equity” notes that while numerous district-level policies claim to…

Harvard Fellow Appointee

Álvaro Huerta, associate professor of urban and region planning, and ethnic and women’s studies, has been appointed to the inaugural cohort of Religion and Public Life Fellows 2021-2022 at Harvard Divinity School (HDS). The cohort is part of HDS’s Religious…

Whistleblower Protection

In accordance with the California Whistleblower Protection Act, President Soraya M. Coley shared with campus employees’ information about reporting the improper activities of state agencies, including what, where and how to report incidents of fraud, waste or abuse. California law…

University to Recognize Best in Team

The nomination period kicks off today for a new, campus-wide award that recognizes the achievements of cross-departmental teams. The inaugural One Team Award will be presented at Fall Convocation. The award seeks to honor projects and initiatives led by teams…

“Guest” Wi-Fi on Campus

The campus Wi-Fi for guests was replaced last week with a more secure network called “cppguest.” Students, faculty and staff should continue to use the eduroam network, which was not affected by this change and is the fastest campus Wi-Fi and…

ASI Aquatics Offers Certification Courses

ASI’s Aquatics program at the BRIC is excited to provide in-person summer aquatics courses for lifeguarding and other American Red Cross certifications. The courses are for students and recent graduates. No more than 10 participants per class. Registration closes on…