Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program operating out of the Office for Teaching, Learning and Assessment. Supplemental Instruction aims to help students successfully complete historically difficult classes. The student manager position oversees the day to day operations of the SI program and assists in supervising the student program assistant and the SI leaders. He or she will also advise the Peer Education Achievement Council (PEAC).
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Wednesday, August 7, 2013
The recent focus by the Supreme Court, state legislatures and the media on same-sex marriage and LGBT rights is great news, but the information may have your head spinning!
Join us at IntraSpectrum Counseling for an informal workshop on LGBT and Legal Rights covering recent trends, history and statistics, the Supreme Court’s key decisions this summer, federal and state legislation, case law, and government agency information and resources.
We will include a special focus on LGBT issues in the workplace, including harassment and discrimination based on gender, actual or even perceived sexual orientation, disability discrimination rights including accommodations and privacy, transgender protections (and limitations), employment benefits and practical Issues and tips covering dress code, bathrooms, code, policies, negotiating, and communicating/asserting rights.
Lori Goldstein, an employment attorney since 1984, represents employers and employees on a wide range of workplace issues, including discrimination and sexual harassment, employment practice audits, wage-hour issues, worker classification, reductions-in-force, hiring and firing, and severance and employment agreements. Lori regularly presents and writes on employment topics, and handles claims before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Labor, and other administrative agencies.
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Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Hi CSL Students:
I hope you are enjoying the summer and getting ready for the fall quarter to start. As you think of returning for fall classes, please be aware that those of you who have not yet registered for classes should do so right away. Without more enrollment, courses may be cancelled.
Specifically, if you have not yet registered for CSL 467, Counseling Theories, please be advised that enrollment at this time is low, which puts the course in jeopardy of being cancelled. If more students do not register for it (at least six more students), the course will be cancelled. A decision about course cancellation will be happening in the next two weeks. Please speak with an advisor if you need help in deciding about your courses.
Best, Dr. Whitman