2018 All People’s Luncheon

All People’s Luncheon Thursday, Oct. 25 | USU | 11:30-1:30 pm Please RSVP (Free Event) Please join the Office of Inclusive Excellence for our annual All Peoples Luncheon (APL). The APL is an opportunity to celebrate and reflect upon our commitment to inclusive excellence. President Haynes will announce the fourth recipient of the President’s Student Champion Award for Inclusive ExcellenceContinue reading “2018 All People’s Luncheon”

Bringing Public Health Information to the Homeless

By Brian Hiro Vista soup kitchen CSUSM professor Sharon Hamill (left) and Master of Public Health student Kristal Favieri (right) with Austie O’Malley, who started a soup kitchen 35 years ago at St. Francis Catholic Church in Vista.   Some people structure their lives around acronyms like YOLO (You Only Live Once) or WWJD? (WhatContinue reading “Bringing Public Health Information to the Homeless”

Kinesiology Students play Giants, Wizards, Elves & more

Dr. Laura de Ghetaldi, Adjunct Faculty in Kinesiology department has her students play games at the beginning of each semester. “We play Giants, Wizards & Elves and other fun games to generate classroom team building, support, community and inclusion. It is a powerful series of activities that positively changes the makeup of the courses KineContinue reading “Kinesiology Students play Giants, Wizards, Elves & more”

William Felty, CSUSM Student Veteran leads Battle Buddy Check-In, 22 Push-up Challenge for Suicide Prevention

William Felty challenges others to participate in today’s 22 push-up event that brings awareness about the rate of suicides taking place with our Veteran population. Among those who participated in today’s challenge lead by Felty were Dr. Marshall Thomas, Director of Veteran Services from the State Chancellor’s Office, Dr. Geoffrey Gilmore, AVP Student Services, MosesContinue reading “William Felty, CSUSM Student Veteran leads Battle Buddy Check-In, 22 Push-up Challenge for Suicide Prevention”

Clinical Practice Workshops for Cooperating Teachers & On-Site Liaisons

2018-2019: Save the Dates! Clinical Practice Workshops for Cooperating Teachers & On-Site Liaisons will be offered at Woodland Park Middle School, 1270 Rock Springs Rd.,  in San Marcos CA. Session 1: Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018, from 4-5:30 pm Session 2: Monday, Mar 11, 2019, from 4-5:30 pm The workshops consist of roundtable discussions facilitated by middleContinue reading “Clinical Practice Workshops for Cooperating Teachers & On-Site Liaisons”

Caring for the Whole Student

By Suzanne Moineau, Ph.D., CCC/SLP Editor’s note: This is a condensed version of remarks that Moineau delivered to fellow professors and to university administrators during an Academic Senate meeting on Sept. 5. Welcome to the start of a new academic year at Cal State San Marcos. I hope that you, as fellow professors, had time thisContinue reading “Caring for the Whole Student”

Veteran Still Feels Impact of 9/1

September 11, 2018 By Eric Breier Every Sept. 11, Priscilla Rodriguez’s fellow Marines would share stories about where they were on the morning of the terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people and injured more than 6,000 in 2001. For many, that meant where they were stationed at the time. For Rodriguez, who was 14Continue reading “Veteran Still Feels Impact of 9/1”

You’re invited… Population-Based Approaches to Promoting Healthy Eating presented by Guadalupe X. “Suchi” Ayala, Ph.D., MPH

CSUSM Health Disparities Working Group invites you to the Distinguished Public Health Speaker Series Population-Based Approaches to Promoting Healthy Eating presented by Guadalupe X. “Suchi” Ayala, PhD, MPH Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 Talk: 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Meet & Greet: 12:30 p.m.-1:15 p.m. California State University San Marcos University Student Union Ballroom C Light refreshments will beContinue reading “You’re invited… Population-Based Approaches to Promoting Healthy Eating presented by Guadalupe X. “Suchi” Ayala, Ph.D., MPH”