Welcome to 2016 Benefits Open Enrollment
This is your opportunity to review your benefit choices and make changes for the 2016 year. Click the announcement flyer for more information. Open Enrollment will close on Friday, October 9 at 5 p.m. Health plan rates are on the Payroll, Benefits, Retirement page. New this year, all benefit eligible faculty and staff will receive a confirmation statement of 2016 benefit elections the week of October 12. This confirmation statement will help you verify the choices you made and the dependents enrolled in your benefit choices.
Join us at the HRDI Expo on Thursday, October 1 at the TSU from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. More than 60 wellness vendors are participating, wellness presentations, opportunity drawings, healthy snacks, and fun for everyone.
Lori Gentles welcomed U.S. Congressman Ed Royce to the Campus at the Seventh Annual Women's Conference
Congressman Royce is a CSUF alumnus and currently represents California's 39th Congressional District. He had the honor to introduce and welcome Dr. Condoleezza Rice, former Secretary of State, as the keynote speaker at the Seventh Annual Women's Conference. Addressing a crowd of more than one-thousand women, Rice described what it was like growing up in segregated Alabama. Her parents, both educators, encouraged their only daughter to focus on education as a means to advance not only her career, but her world view. Today, Rice is a faculty member at Stanford University, as a professor of political science and a professor of political economy in the Graduate School of Business, as well as the Thomas and Barbara Stephenson Senior Fellow on Public Policy at the Hoover Institution. She is also a founding partner of Rice Hadley Gates LLC., an international consulting firm based in Silicon Valley and Washington D.C. The conference reemphasized that education is the key component to achieving success.
Vice President Lori Gentles Tours Boeing
Vice President Lori Gentles enjoys a tour of the Boeing facility in El Segundo, CA with local Orange County high school STEM students. These students are part of “Leaders of Tomorrow,” a mentoring program through the National Black MBA Association. This program, chaired by Vice President Gentles, provides mentors for high school students to encourage and support their academic success and facilitate their development as leaders in their field.
Tuffy Bucks Pizza Party a Success!
The Tuffy Bucks program celebrated 47 chemistry teaching labs with a Pizza Party at the Titan Bowl and Billiards for having received perfect records on three safety inspections throughout the semester.