March 2023

Archives for March 2023.

Honoring Cesar Chavez Day

On Friday, March 31, the university will be closed in honor of César Chávez Day. Chávez, an advocate of nonviolence, is best remembered for spearheading a grape boycott in 1965 that went nationwide in 1968 and lasted until 1978, resulting in higher wages…

Phishing, Scamming & Fraud — Oh My!

The university has received an uptick in numerous phishing attempts for personal information, including personal email addresses and cell phone numbers. Recent messages are about fake job opportunities, IT support requests and asks for your campus credentials. Responding could increase the likelihood of…

‘Unconscious Bias’ Workshop

Wednesdays, April 5 & April 12 / 9 a.m. to Noon PT / SSB, 121-W, 1965 Bias is a natural part of the human condition and how the brain works. It affects how we make decisions, engage with others and…

‘Leading at the Speed of Trust’ Series

Thursdays, April 6, 13 & 20 / 9 a.m. to Noon PT / Zoom “Leading at the Speed of Trust” has been identified as the most critical competency for today’s leaders. It affects everything you try to accomplish as an individual…

Financial Literacy: Homeownership Workshop

Tuesday, April 11 / 6 to 7 p.m. PT / Virtual Join the Latin Alumni Network to learn more about money management and how to prepare to purchase your first home. You will learn the benefits of owning real estate, what…

‘Crucial Conversations’ Series

Starting Tuesday, April 18 / Various Times / Zoom “Crucial Conversations” teaches skills for creating alignment and agreement by fostering open dialogue around high-stakes, emotional and risky topics for all levels of an organization. By learning to speak and be…

Wall of COOL Awards

Friday, April 21 / 9 a.m. to Noon PT / CBA Rm 1015 or Zoom Join the Center for Advancement of Faculty Excellence (CAFE) to recognize the 2023 recipients of the Wall of COOL (Celebrating Outstanding Opportunities for Learning) recognition. This year’s…