CSU Offerings

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Join your teaching peers in these upcoming faculty development offerings from the CSU

CSU Online Course Services


Summer Session 1: May 30 - June 19, 2023
Summer Session 2: June 26 - July 23, 2023
Summer Session 3: July 24 - August 13, 2023


CSU Online Course Services offers FREE professional development courses. All courses are taught by Certified CSU Facilitators3-weeks in lengthonlineasynchronous, and require 15-20 hours. 

Registration opened on March 27, 2023.  Questions? Contact ocs@calstate.edu.


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CSU Racial Equity Leadership Alliance Free Workshops

June and July 2023


SF State is one of nine CSU campuses that have joined the CSU Racial Equity Leadership Alliance, a partnership between the CSU system and the USC Race and Equity Center. Our involvement in the CSU Racial Equity Leadership Alliance will build upon efforts by many campus partners to address belonging and inclusion and to advance racial and social justice at SF State.

You are invited to attend three upcoming workshops FREE to SF State employees during Summer 2023. All sessions will be recorded and available for future viewing if you RSVP.


Tuesday, June 20, 2023, 10 am - 12 pm PST

Understanding and Confronting Anti-Black Racism.

Led by Dr. Frank Harris III, professor and co-director, Community College Equity Assessment Lab, San Diego State University

RSVP: www.uscrec.info/csu4


Tuesday, July 25, 2023, 10 am - 12 pm PST

Equity-Minded Student Affairs Practices

Led by Dr. Frank Harris III, professor and co-director, Community College Equity Assessment Lab, San Diego State University

RSVP: www.uscrec.info/csu5


Wednesday, August 16, 2023, 10 am - 12 pm PST

Resolving Racial Tensions Among Employees
Facilitator TBD by the USC Race and Equity Center
Registration link: www.uscrec.info/csu6


2023 Online Professional Learning Institute

Summer and Fall 2023


Faculty across the CSU are invited to apply for the 2023 Online Professional Learning Institute: Teaching First-Generation College Students by Drawing on Cultural Strengths.

This institute, developed and facilitated by Dr. Rebecca Gutierrez Keeton and Dr. Maritza Lozano, faculty in the Department of Education Leadership in the College of Education at CSU Fullerton, focuses on evidence-based strategies for teaching and interacting that draw on the strengths of first-generation college students (FGCS). The institute addresses emerging issues and concerns in teaching in an online environment, including building student-instructor relationships and engaging students in different modalities.

Contact Emily Magruder (emagruder@calstate.edu) with questions.

See the flyer for details.