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First Generation Faculty & Staff Association

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More than 50 percent of CSU, Chico students will be the first generation in their family to complete a four-year degree. With that in mind, the University’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion has launched an awareness campaign to support the first-generation community. Faculty, staff, and students who are first-generation themselves participate in the campaign, showing their diversity, solidarity, and support of students who are striving toward the same goal.

In 2017, the group began the Annual 1st Gen Trailblazer Symposium. Below are recordings of presentations from that event.

Social Justice Series

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In 2017, the CSU, Chico Chapter of the California Faculty Association began hosting discussions about social justice issues. These events feature panels of experts sharing their experiences, followed by questions and discussion from the audience.

 

Salam Association

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Salam Association is a CSU, Chico organization that aims to create a wide range of events, including speakers, to promote cross-cultural dialogue, discussion, and free exchange of ideas. In addition, the organization intends to provide a better understanding of different concepts of Islam and Islamic culture.

 

 

Campus Alcohol & Drug Education Center (CADEC)

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The Campus Alcohol & Drug Education Center (CADEC) is committed to providing evidence-based educational programs and services that raise campus awareness about alcohol and drug misuse. CADEC strives to engage, enable, and empower students to make responsible and healthy choices, especially in areas where substance misuse is a concern. CADEC’s goal is “to create a campus-wide, pro-active approach to alcohol prevention, which will result in a healthier and safer campus for our students.”

Library Brown Bag Lunch Talks

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Meriam Library at California State University, Chico, is the largest library in Northern California from Sacramento to the California-Oregon border. To help students, faculty, and staff use this resource to its fullest, Library staff present a series of “brown bag lunch” workshops. These presentations explain library services, research options, standard information management practices, and more.

 

Black Lives Matter Teach-In: Let's Keep the Conversation Going

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During fall semester 2016, a “Black in Chico” rally on campus and the Black Student Union’s candlelight vigil highlighted incidents of police brutality and officer-involved homicides within African-American communities in the United States. During two full days in October, faculty and students from various academic disciplines on campus held a “teach in.” Organizers described this event as “a series of practical, participatory, action-oriented lectures, presentations or discussions aimed at raising awareness” of this social/political issue. Below is a sampling of these sessions.

The Peace Institute at California State University, Chico

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The Peace Institute at CSU, Chico

The Peace Institute at California State University, Chico was founded in 2004 by faculty and members of the community. Its purpose is to present speakers and activities addressing peace and war, social justice, sustainability, reconciliation, and peace education.

Learn more and see upcoming events on The Peace Institute's website.

Book in Common

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A Book in Common is chosen each academic year by a group of university faculty and staff and community members. The Book in Common is a shared, community read, designed to promote discussion and understanding of important issues facing the broader community. Drawing on the themes of the book chosen, California State University, Chico, Butte Community College, the City of Chico, and Butte County sponsor a variety of events: panel discussions, lectures, and other public events.

Cross-Cultural Leadership Center

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Cross-Cultural Leadership Center - "Passing on the Legacy" Series

The Cross-Cultural Leadership Center at CSU, Chico values and respects the richness and understanding that diversity brings. The Center exists to create an environment in which all students, regardless of their ethnicity, culture, or differences, feel safe and respected.

Academic Presentations from the CSU, Chico Department of Journalism & Public Relations

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The CSU, Chico, Department of Journalism and Public Relations offers a structured, rigorous program to prepare students to learn both through classroom and through professional journalism experience. The Orion, the campus newspaper, has received numerous national awards. The department is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications.