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arts & letters
THE OFFICIAL E-NEWSLETTER OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & LETTERS AT CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES
|Volume I, No. 3
A NOTE FROM THE DEAN
Hello friends of Cal State LA's College of Arts and Letters!
Welcome to our new Arts & Letters newsletter, designed to keep you informed about many of the exciting developments in Arts and Letters, from student and faculty prizes to lectures and performances, alumni news, student, staff, and faculty profiles, and even job announcements. You'll find them all here, a new monthly must for you, our greatest advocates and supporters.
During this stressful and challenging time for public higher education, we hope that the outstanding accomplishments of our students, alums, faculty, and staff bring you cheer while demonstrating that despite our many fiscal challenges, fantastic opportunities still exist in the College of Arts and Letters at Cal State L.A.
I would like to thank our new Publicity, Events, and Outreach Coordinator, Noelle Leiblic, for serving as editor and lead author of our newsletter. I look forward to our monthly e-conversation.
| FEATURED STUDENT: ISABEL ROJAS-WILLIAMS
Art History graduate student, Treasurer of the Art History Society, Award-Winning Volunteer at the Cesar Chavez Celebration "Creating Community through People, Parks, and Programs," and community mural restoration volunteer, Isabel Rojas-Williams has been a driving force behind the CSULA Fine Arts Gallery Exhibit, Walls of Passion: The Murals of Los Angeles, and continues to work tirelessly to restore murals and educate communities about mural art throughout the greater Los Angeles area. Her dedication to mural art was inspired by her son who became interested in muralism as an adolescent and is now a mural artist studying at the Callifornia College of the Arts in San Francisco. The Walls of Passion exhibit is now on tour at its first off-campus stop, the gallery of the Consulate General of Mexico, due to the efforts of CSULA's Art History Professor Dr. Manuel Aguilar Moreno, dedicated faculty, and students like Isabel Rojas-Williams.
In 1973, Rojas-Williams lived in Chile, her birthplace, and was studying law while working as a secretary for an organization for business professionals. During the Chilean coup d'état of 1973, which resulted in the (presumed) assassination of then Socialist President Salvador Allende and the assumption of the presidency by General Augusto Pinochet, Rojas-Williams was a highly politically active member of her University. She fled Chile that year, knowing that, as a political activist, she would very likely have been killed. She came to the United States having no connections and speaking no English.
Now, she wields her words with a powerful ease. Last year, Rojas-Williams began work to restore CSULA Alumnus Paul Botello's mural, "La Pared que Habla, Canta y Grita," which had been badly tagged, in Salazar Park. She noticed that a few young men, dressed in what could have been gang attire, had been standing at a distance in the park, watching her for a couple of days. Fearless in her pursuits, she persisted. One day, one of the young men approached her and asked her, "why are you doing that?" An hour later, over 15 of these young men had gathered to listen to Rojas-Williams share the story of Botello's mural, explaining to them that mural art tells the story of a people's history, and in the case of these young men, their own. "La Pared que Habla, Canta y Grita" includes a depiction of the murder of Rubén Salazar, a Mexican-American journalist who was killed by a sheriff's deputy during the National Chicano Moratorium March against the Vietnam War on August 29, 1970 in East Los Angeles, California. In the 1970s, the killing of Rubén Salazar became a symbol of unjust treatment of Chicanos by law enforcement.
Rojas-Williams was approached the next day by a police officer who also inquired about her activities with the mural. To her surprise, the officer said that he had been surveying the park, and her, for the last two days, because a member of the gang suspected of tagging the mural had killed a police office near the park just one week before Rojas-Williams began her restoration.
Professor Manual Aguilar Moreno worked closely with Rojas-Williams on the murals project, and says of her talents, "Isabel is one of the most dynamic and dedicated graduate students I have worked with. Her skills and charisma, and the opportunities derived from them, helped to connect Walls of Passion with a larger urban audience."
Along with fourteen other Art History Graduate Students and Professor Aguilar Moreno, Rojas-Williams has helped to research 150 murals throughout Los Angeles. You can see the fruits of their labor exhibited as part of the Walls of Passion exhibition, curated by the Art History Society of CSULA, at the gallery of the Consulate General of Mexico, on exhibit now through April 19, 2009. (See article below for more details.)
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|WALLS OF PASSION EXHIBIT
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Cal State LA's Walls of Passion exhibit now featured at the Consulate General of Mexico, through April 19.
After a hugely successful opening exhibit at the Fine Arts Gallery at Cal State LA, Walls of Passion: The Murals of Los Angeles continues as a very special installation at the gallery of the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles, at 2401 W. 6th Street, LA 90057.
Due to the special nature of the gallery location, visitors must RSVP and will be asked to pass through a security checkpoint at the Consulate. To make a reservation, call 213-351-6845 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The murals in Los Angeles live and die everyday because some of them are whitewashed or destroyed, and at the same time new murals appear in the diverse sectors of the city. The organic quality of this form of art inspired the creation of this research project that involves the study and documentation of the social significance and the dynamic nature of the murals created by the diverse ethnic groups in our city."
--Manual Aguilar, Professor, CSULA
Exhibition Curated by the Art History Society of CSULA, the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Consulate General of Mexico. For more information, contact the Consulate at 213-351-6845.
|VICTOR HERNANDEZ CRUZ
Featured reader for the Jean Burden Poetry Series
Please join featured poet Victor Hernández Cruz at the Jean Burden Poetry Series reading, Tuesday April 7, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Eagle Ballroom. Welcome reception at 5:30 p.m.
Hernández Cruz is currently Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets
.Books by Hernández Cruz include:
For more information about the Jean Burden Poetry Series, visit the Department of English, or contact Professor Lauri Ramey, Director of the Center for Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, at (323) 343.4165. This event is made possible by the Center for Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, the CSULA Department of English, the College of Arts and Letters, the CSULA Chicano Studies Department, the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, Yankee Magazine, the Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Coffee House Press, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
- Red beans: poems
- Snaps: poems
- Tropicalization: poems
- Mainland: poems
A FESTIVAL OF THE U.S. LATINO EXPERIENCE IN FILM & ART
The 6th annual Reel Rasquache Festival of the U.S. Latino Experience in Film & Art-- a West Coast celebration of films and artworks by and about U.S. Latinos -- will be held May 15-17, 2009, at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex at California State University, Los Angeles. The Festival will showcase an array of recent U.S. Latino-produced and themed films from across the nation.The 2009 Festival theme - Reel Visions - celebrates the ways U.S. Latinos are harnessing the winds of change through film, video and digital technologies, utilizing their creative visions to shape the perceptions of Latinos worldwide through their images.Reel Rasquache is designed to involve the University's neighboring communities of East Los Angeles, and to bring together a broad base of grassroots, professional and university community members with U.S. Latino filmmakers and entertainment industry executives. For information, visit the Reel Rasquache website at www.reelrasquache.org.FESTIVAL DATES: May 15, 16, & 17, 2009
. LOCATION: The Intimate Theatre at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State L.A. TICKETS: Available through the Luckman Box Office. Availability date TBD. Film still included with permission of copyright owners.
THE DANCING DEAN: It's the Dean's Blog!
Dr. Terry L. Allison, Dean of the College of Arts & Letters at Cal State L.A., has officially entered the blogosphere with The Dancing Dean. Now you can check out the view from the dean's desk for the scoop on everything from tenure track faculty search season to the palm trees blooming down the block. Comments are welcome, so please, visit The Dancing Dean and see for yourself what makes this dean dance.
MODERN LANGUAGE MONTH
POEMS AS PICTURES, POEMS AS SONG
6:30-8:00 p.m., Salazar Hall, Room C88-89
evening of French and Spanish Poetry in translation, featuring Joseph
Chrzanowski, CSULA Emeritus Professor of Spanish, presenting "A Picture
is Worth 1,000 Words, but Which Words?" and Leon Schwartz, CSULA
Emeritus Professor of French, presenting "French Poems That Sing in
English." Both speakers will read from their recently published
translations from Spanish and French, respectively, into English.
CHINESE STRAW PATCHWORK DEMONSTRATION
4:00-6:00 p.m., in the CSULA Music Hall
Ms. Limin Liu, a renowned Chinese straw patchwork artist, will offer a demonstration of this rare artistic technique. Ms. Liu has received the national patent and won international awards for her unique skill.
NESTOR DIAZ DE VILLEGAS: A Bilingual Talk on Poetry
(English & Spanish)
6:00-8:00 p.m. at the University Student Union, Room 308A
Cuban author Nestor Diaz de Villegas has published in numerous newspapers and literary magazines in the U.S. and abroad. He is the winner of the Latino Book Award for best book of the year in 2004. Co-sponsored by the Department of Modern Langauges and the Asociacion de Estudiantes de Espanol.
KOREAN CULTURE DAY
12:00-4:00 p.m. at the USU Montebello Room and Free Speech Plaza
Featuring Taekwondo, Korean Films, and Samulnori Music. The Korean Language Program at Cal State L.A., with the sponsorship of the Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and the Center for Korean-American and Korean Studies at CSULA, will host Korean Culture Day, sharing Korean martial arts, music, film games, and art, as a window into the Korean Culture.
THE WAY OF JAPANESE KARATE
6:30-8:00 p.m. at the CSULA Music Hall
Suzuko Okamura Hamasaki presents Karate-do. A former World Karate Champion, Ms. Okamura Hamasaki will present a special demonstration and workshop on the martial art of Karate-do. Ms. Hamasaki has practiced Karate-do continuously for nearly half a century, both in the U.S. and Japan, and currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Karate-do in Japan.
ETRE ET AVOIR
4:20-6:00 p.m. in Salazar Hall, Room C88-89
A fun documentary about the French primary school system. How do we learn to live with others and their wishes? Director Nicolas Philibert poses this question in a village schoolhouse in Auvergne, where George Lopez teaches 13 children, ages 4 through 12. French with English subtitles. Introduced by Dr. Christophe Lagier.
See the full list of Upcoming Events below.
Image provided courtesy of CSULA Public Affairs.
You could be one of our next Featured Articles. If you are an A&L Faculty, Staff, Student, or Alumni, and you have exciting news or an interesting activity or achievement to share with us for upcoming issues of this newsletter, please contact Noelle Leiblic, Events, Publicity, and Outreach Coordinator: (323) 343-5061 or email@example.com.
|EQUITY & DIVERSITY TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR CSULA COMMUNITY:
Understanding and Preventing Retaliation
The Office for Equity and Diversity (OED) at CSULA is committed to providing services to all members of the campus community. As part of this ongoing commitment, OED is pleased to announce a training workshop on understanding and preventing retaliation. Participants in the workshop will be provided with basic legal principals of retaliation; information on what type of actions may be considered retaliatory, and guidance on how to treat employees to avoid retaliation claims. The workshop will include exercises to assist in illustrating how some job actions, in certain circumstances, may result in a claim of retaliation. Three sessions are being offered:
The training is available to all employees who have supervisory responsibilities. If you believe that you would benefit from receiving this training and would like to sign up, please contact the Equity and Diversity coordinator, Monica Martinez, at extension 3-3040 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- April 1, 2:00-3:30 p.m., King Hall Rm D1047. Facilitator: Federico Vargas
- April 3, 2:00-3:30 p.m., King Hall Rm D1047. Facilitator: Federico Vargas
- April 7, 2:00-3:30 p.m., King Hall Rm D1047. Facilitator: Federico Vargas
For additional information, please contact Federico Vargas, Equity and Diversity Specialist, at extension 3-3041 or email@example.com.
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WASC Capacity and Preparatory Review
A team representing the Western Association of Schools and Colleges will visit the CSULA campus for a capacity and preparatory review, a major step in the ongoing re-accreditation of the University. The Office of the President encourages the campus community to become familiar with the WASC process and be prepared to participate in it. For more details, please visit www.calstatela.edu/wasc.
DESIGN OPTION GRADUATE WALK-THROUGH at the CSULA Fine Arts Gallery
Opening Reception Saturday, April 4, 6 p.m. at the Fine Arts Gallery
Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, and Saturday,
For more information, contact the CSULA Fine Arts Gallery at 323.343.4040
ANIMATED SPACES + ANIMATED BODIES
7:00-10:00 p.m. at the USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex
Join us for a dynamic evening of pioneering animation-based
installations and performances, including radical and lyrical new works
from the John C. Hench Division of Animation & Digital Arts
[Hench-DADA] and special guests. Explore the brand new School of
Cinematic Arts theatres, lobbies, and courtyards in search of large-
and small-scale animated spaces that represent the diverse spectrum of
contemporary animation and digital arts. For more information, click HERE.
INSIDE THE INDUSTRY: Graphic Design | Thinking in Three Dimensions
1:00-3:30 p.m. at the Art Institute, Los Angeles: 2900 31st St., Santa Monica, CA 90405
Join AIGA's student groups for the straight story on design topics relating to creativity, solving design problems, and the day-to-day challenges that our industry's hottest pros face. Inside the Industry speakers Chris Berdine and Thom Schillinger will share their experiences and expertise in this special 2-hour talk followed by a Q+A session. For more info, call the UCLA extension design arts office at 310.206.1422.
FREE for current AIGA members. $10 at the door for non-members.
Now through April 19
WALLS OF PASSION: THE MURALS OF LOS ANGELES
View by reservation at the gallery of the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles, at 2401 W. 6th Street, LA
Due to the special nature of the gallery location, visitor
must RSVP and will be asked to pass through a security checkpoint at
the Consulate. Exhibition Curated by the Art History Society of CSULA,
the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Consulate General of
Mexico. To make a reservation, call 213-351-6845 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: CONFLICT RESOLUTION TRAINING
9:30-10:30 a.m. OR 11:00 a.m. - 12:00noon, in ET B108
In partnership with the University EAP Service, Community Action EAP Educational Services and Seminars, CSULA Human Resources presents a series of Staff Development Opportunities, featuring Conflict Resolution Training for the month of April.
The use of leave credits is NOT required for attendance, as this is campus-sponsored training, but please seek the approval of your supervisor prior to registering. Seating is limited, and space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
To register, contact Stacy Yoshida at extension 3.3693 or email email@example.com.
CSULA HONORS CONVOCATION
Students who were named to the Dean's List during 2008, or those who were selected for Special Recognition in Graduate Studies, General Education Honors, or Freshman Honors, are invited to attend the CSULA Honors Convocation on April 24. Recipients of the aforementioned honors should have received a letter of invitation from the Office of the Dean. If you have questions about your eligibility to attend Convocation, or if you have received your invitation and would like to RSVP, please contact the Arts & Letters Convocation Coordinator, Noelle Leiblic, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BY INVITATION ONLY
Directed by Dr. Paul De Castro
8:00pm in the State Playhouse
Contact the Department of Music for more information
April 27-May 23
UNDERGRADUATE ART EXHIBITION
Opening reception Saturday, April 27, 5:00 p.m. at the Fine Arts Gallery
Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, and Saturday, 12noon-5 p.m.
For more information, contact the CSULA Fine Arts Gallery at 323.343.4040
Directed by John Kennedy
8:00 p.m. at the Music Hall
Contact the Department of Music for more information
NOW through May 9
CERAMICA DE LA TIERRA: The Pre-Columbian Tradition
Presented by the American Museum of Ceramic Art.
Featuring contemporary works by CSULA Professor of Art Luis Bermudez
Francisco "Pancho" Jimenez. This exhibition will unveil a large,
rarely seen, private collection of Pre-Columbian ceramic works, replete
with examples of ceramic tomb sculptures, wind instruments, and vessels
from ancient western Mexico and northern Peru. Juxtaposed against the
ancient works are the contemporary ceramic scultpures of Luis Bermudez
and Francisco "Pancho" Jimenez, two California Mexican American artists
who reference Meso-American culture in their art. This program is
funded through the generous support of the James Irvine Foundation.
AMOCA, the American Museum of Ceramic Art, is located at
340 South Garey Avenue, Pomona CA 91766.
Admisison $3 adult; $2 students & seniors.
Images featured above: Mahara Sinclaire "On the Red Line", pastel on paper, 60" x 68"
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Awards, Achievements, and Activities
The College of Arts & Letters is proud of its many students recognized at the 2009 CSULA Alumni Scholarship Brunch on March 1. Benjamin Caron was featured as the Undergraduate Speaker and was also awarded the Fred & Kathleen Lopez Scholarship. Theresa Cheng was awarded a CSULA Alumni Association Scholarship. Caitlin Moss, Jennifer Thompson, and Alicia W. Tycer were awarded Graduate CSULA Alumni Association Scholarships. Anna W. Noice received the Townsend Blessing Memorial Scholarship.
Design student Josel Cruz-Arbana was awarded one of thirteen $1,000 scholarships from AIGA Los Angeles for his leadership in the Cal State L.A. Design Students group, GAUGE. GAUGE is the Graphic Artists Union of Golden Eagles. AIGA is the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the leading professional association for design.
The work of design students Joe Bautista, Yothsaran Rermraksajul, Norik Pezeshkian, Karen Hirosawa, Jane Canning, Darren Chen, Nathaniel Ng, Jennifer Perez, Gloria Lam, and Christine Cortina was featured as part of EMERGE 09, the exhibition of student graphic design, sponsored by AIGA Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University.
The Golden Eagles commemorated "A Golden Past, A Brighter Future" for Homecoming Week 2009, February 16-21. Cinematic Visions placed first in the Homecoming Float Decoration Contest, and the College of Arts and Letters placed second. Communication Studies Graduate Student Beville Constantine was awareded a Raul Henderson Spirit Scholarship. If you missed the festivities, you can view photos and read more at www.calstatela.edu/eagleslive/.
Historical photo provided courtesy of CSULA Public Affairs.
|FACULTY AND STAFF OPPORTUNITIES
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: Faculty and Staff
11th Annual Distinguished Women Awards
DEADLINE Friday, April 3, 5pm.
The Gender & Sexuality Resource Center and Cross Cultural Centers in the University-Student Union are accepting nominations for the 11th Annual Cal State L.A. Distinguished Women Awards. This event honors women faculty, staff, and administrators from Cal State L.A. for their many outstanding achievements and contributions to the community. The selection committee will look at achievements in the nominee's field, significant contributions to Cal State L.A., commitment to students, commitment to women's issues, community involvement, and professional recognition. We welcome both self-nominations as well as nominations from faculty, administrators, staff, and students of outstanding women on campus. Nominees must be full-time employees of Cal State L.A. or its auxiliaries. Past Distinguished Women Award recipients are not eligible.
To access the nomination form and a list of past award recipients, please go to www.calstatela.edu/usu/women. Please feel free to attach bios or other supporting documents to the nomination form. Nomination forms are also available at the Cross Cultural Centers, 2nd floor, University-Student Union Room 206.
DEADLINE: Please submit four (4) copies of all completed nomination forms and supporting documents to Frederick Smith, Cross Cultural Centers, King Hall D140 by Friday, April 3 at 5 pm. Nomination materials will not be returned. Applicants will not receive feedback on nomination materials submitted.
The reception will be held on Tuesday, May 19 from 3 - 4:30 pm in the Los Angeles Room, 3rd floor, University-Student Union. Introductions of women will be made at 3:30 pm.
If you have any questions, please e-mail email@example.com or call 323-343-5001.
FACULTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Human Resources Faculty Employment Links
Arts & Letters Faculty Employment
STAFF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITES
Open Positions at CSULA
CSU Employment Board
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: Governor's Employee's Safety Awards (GESA)
DEADLINE Wednesday, April 1, 5pm.
The Governor's Employee Safety Awards (GESA) was established in 1980 to highlight and encourage safety on the job by recognizing individuals and groups who have provided outstanding safety and health service to the State. Awards are presented to individuals or groups who have responded to hazardous or life threatening events, as well as those who have developed safety programs that are not part of their normal duties during the preceding year. The awards cover actions or events from January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008. State employees and State Departments are eligible. For more information, visit the GESA website. Individuals, groups or departments who are considering one or more
nomination forms should consult with the campus Risk Management &
Environmental, Health and Safety (RM/EHS) Office at extension 3-3527.
All submittals must be turned into the RM/EHS Office no later than
Wednesday, April 1, 2009. Prior consultation with the RM/EHS Office on
an award submittal is recommended as there are documentation
requirements which need to be incorporated into the actual submittal.
Responses to this information should be directed to Kevin Brady in the Risk Management & EHS Office: Office Phone: (323) 343-3527, Office FAX: (323) 343-3464, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING FOR APRIL
- Back Safety--Safe Lifting: April 7, Tuesday, 9-10:00 a.m., Admin 313.
- Power Platform Certification: April 8, Wednesday, 7-11:00 a.m., location TBA
- New Employee Safety Orientation: April 10, Friday, 9-11:00 a.m., Admin 313
- Ergonomics Training: April 14, Tuesday, 10-11:00 a.m., Admin 313
- Electric Cart Driving Safety: April 16, Thursday, 9-10:00 a.m., Admin 313
- New Employee Safety Orientation: April 28, Tuesday, 1-3:00 p.m., Admin 313
- Hazardous Communication & MSDS (IIPP): April 30, Thursday, 10-11:00 a.m., Admin 313
To register for any of these courses, please call EHS at extension 3-3531. For more information, contact Todd McIntyre, EH&S Coordinator, at 3-3549 or email@example.com.
CSULA ON-CAMPUS SCHOLARSHIPS
Cal State L.A. on-campus scholarships
are awarded by the Scholarship
Office, academic departments, and various campus organizations. The
current scholarship application is now available. The submission
deadline for new students is April 11 , 2008. Visit the Center for
Student Financial Aid for important information about Scholarship
Eligibility. INTERNSHIP: ASSISTANT COPYWRITER
College of Arts & Letters at CSULA
5-10 hours per week. Primary duties include attending Arts & Letters performance and exhibition events (Art, Dance, Film, Music, Theatre) and writing reviews. Interested applicants, please contact Noelle Leiblic, Events-Publicity-&-Outreach Coordinator, at (323) 343-5061.STUDY ABROAD
CSULA Students can earn university credit while studying abroad. Study Abroad offers amazing opportunities for travel, leadership, and a rich global education, and options are much more affordable than many students realize. For more information, visit the Office of International Programs and Services
at CSULA, or click HERE to download the NSE application. CONTACT: Amy Y. Wang, J.D., Director, International Programs and Services, California State University, Los Angeles, Administration Building 127, Telephone: 323-343-3170CSU SUMMER ARTS
SUmmer Arts offers two- and three- week workshops in theatre, dance, music, visual arts, creative writing, new media, and arts education. All workshops carry three or four units of transferable undergraduate or graduate university credit. Summer Arts workshops are very intense, usually running 12-14 hours each day, including weekends. This structure provides a unique environment for working intimately with some of the best artists and master teachers in the world today.
Come to Summer Arts for intensive artistic growth:
- work one-on-onw with professionals in your field
- receive constructive criticism of your work from professionals
- performance and exhibition opportunities
- develop personal contacts that can aid you in your career
- meet other student artists in your field and other genres
- take risks without fear of failure
- be part of a special artistic community
For more information about CSU Summer Arts, call (562) 951.4060, or visit csusummerarts.org
. JOBS ON CAMPUS
Visit EAGLEi Jobs
for jobs, mentoring, internships, and career information. UNIVERSITY STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Cal State L.A. offers a variety of professional services to support students and their academic, career, and personal goals. Visit the Support Services website
for information and links to these services and more:
- personal counseling
- academic tutoring
- peer mentoring
- health services
- career center
- child care
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR INTERNS FOR YOUR BUSINESS OR PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY?
Are you interested in mentoring college students? Internships provide structured professional experiences to help students meet their occupational goals. Many students are eligible for academic credit as compensation for their internship hours.
Cal State L.A. professors and our Career Center can help you develop an internship experience supporting
CSULA students and the future of your business. Internships are ideal for meeting temporary workplace needs.
Please contact us for more information! College of Arts and Letters, Office of the Dean: (323) 343-5061.
College of Arts & Letters at California State University, Los Angeles
5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032, (323) 343.4001
|THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & LETTERS AT CAL STATE L.A. OFFERS A VARIETY OF FREE EVENTS AND EVENTS WITH GENEROUS DISCOUNTS FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF, AND SENIORS. CHECK OUR SEASON CALENDAR FOR A SELECTION OF OUR YEAR OF EVENTS -- OR -- SUBSCRIBE TO THIS MONTHLY E-NEWSLETTER FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ABOUT EVENTS, ACTIVITIES, AND PROGRAMS. JUST CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE.
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