and winter break
This is the final fall semester edition of CampusMemo. CampusMemo
will return Monday, Jan. 23. Items for the Jan. 23 edition should
be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17.
The Center for the Integration and Improvement of Journalism (CIIJ)
invites the campus community to a 15th anniversary fundraiser
at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, in the Seven Hills Conference Center.
Tickets are $60.
CIIJ founder and former Journalism Department Chair Betty Medsger
is the guest speaker for the fundraiser, which is part of the center's
efforts to match a $38,000 grant from the Challenge Fund for Journalism.
To sponsor a table or purchase an individual ticket, contact CIIJ
at ext. 8-2083.
Spring fee-waiver applications
Applications and information for employee and dependent fee-waivers
for spring 2006 are available in Human Resources, room 252 of
the Administration building (ADM).
Employees should submit their completed applications and fees
to the Bursar's Office, ADM 155. Dependent applications and fees
should be submitted to Human Resources, ADM 252. Students who wish
to avoid paying a late-registration fee should complete and submit
their applications before Friday, Dec. 23.
iLearn winter workshops
Faculty, staff and graduate teaching assistants are invited to
participate in a winter workshop on teaching and learning with
iLearn, an online system for instruction, collaboration and managing
Weeklong workshops will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 9-13
and Jan. 16-20. Lunch will be provided by Academic Resources. Participants
will develop an online component for their courses. Prerequisites:
experience using the Web and in sending and receiving e-mails with
R.S.V.P. by 5 p.m. Dec. 21 to Noelia Mendoza at email@example.com or ext. 8-6906.
Students, staff or faculty who painted T-shirts for The Clothesline
Project during Domestic Violence Awareness Month may retrieve
their shirts from The SAFE Place, room 205 of the Student Services
The Village Fitness Center invites everyone on campus to get an
early start on New Year's health and fitness resolutions. Anyone
joining the Village Fitness Center by Dec. 16 will pay no monthly
fees until February.
details and to sign up, drop by the Village Fitness Center or
and Mrs. Robert A. Corrigan
invite you to a
and Staff Holiday Reception
Hills Conference Center
Tuesday town hall on graduate programs
The campus community is invited to discuss the proposed Indicators and
Criteria for Graduate Program Viability and Quality from 2 to 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 13, in the Nob Hill room of the Seven Hills Conference
To comment on the proposal, visit the Academic Senate Web site: www.sfsu.edu/~senate
For details, call the Academic Senate office at ext. 8-1264.
Helping students deal with sexual violence
The SAFE Place reminds faculty and staff that the end of semester is
a time when some students may bring up problems related to sexual violence.
The SAFE Place has resources for relationship violence, sexual assault
and sexual harassment. Faculty and staff are invited to consult with
the SAFE Place at ext. 8-2819 should the need arise.
The University policy on sexual assault can be found at: www.sfsu.edu/~safe_plc/Assault_Policy.htm
The University policy on sexual harassment can be found at: www.sfsu.edu/~ohr/noindex/ccmr/shpp.html
Online ordering at Campus Graphics
The Campus Graphics online ordering system is now fully functional. Currently
SFSU business cards can be ordered online at: www.campusgraphics.sfsubookstore.com
Online ordering for letterhead and envelopes will be available soon.
For details, contact Campus Graphics at ext. 8-2434.
Insiders include a paper by Bernard Wong, Anthropology, on Chinese cuisine
in America; an outstanding professor award for James Edwards, Design
and Industry; a presentation by Susan Zieff, Kinesiology, on youth sports
in Sao Paulo; and a presentation by Ned Fielden, Library, on University
libraries in late medieval Europe.
Friends of the Library sale
The Friends of the Library invites the campus community to a half-price
book sale. New DVDs will also be offered. The sale is open 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. through Friday in room 113 of the HSS building.
The exhibit "Yayoi Takizawa: Paintings based on the 'Tale of
Genji'" is on display through Thursday in room 481 of the Humanities
building. Admission is free.
For details, contact Midori McKeon at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 8-7413.
Illustrating for children
Artist Sarah Klise will speak on "Illustrating Children's Books" at
1:15 p.m. Monday in the Rosa Parks Room of the Cesar Chavez Student
The event is sponsored by the Beta Chapter of the Sixty Plus club.
A Student Health Service Immunization Clinic will be held from 10
to 11:15 a.m. Wednesday. Flu vaccines are still available.
Professors 'Peace Dreams'
The San Francisco chapter of the International Animation Film Association
presents the world premiere of "Peace Dreams," a new film
by Martha Gorzycki, assistant professor of cinema, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Gorzycki has spent 15 years sketching images from her dreams and
assembling them into a cohesive seven-minute journey into her mind's
eye. The event will be held at 42 Decatur (off Bryant Street between
Seventh and Eighth streets) in San Francisco. Admission is free.
details, contact Karl Cohen at: email@example.com
The University Budget Committee will meet from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Friday
in the NEC Room of the Administration building. The campus community