In the first week of November, the CDU website will have a brand new look! Thanks to the input from many across the University, we'll have a website that showcases our current dynamic work. The first phase will feature a new homepage and new content in most sections of the site.
The second phase, to be launched in February 2014, will feature improvements in the Research, Faculty/Staff, and Alumni sections of the site. The CDU Advancement office will be launching a Web Users group to keep the website up-to-date. Contact our webmaster, Ali Roshan, with any concerns or feedback: email@example.com.
|Dr. Carlisle delivers "State of the University" address|
On October 7, 2013, Dr. Carlisle delivered his second state of the university address. Speaking before an audience of students, faculty, staff, and community members, Dr. Carlisle recognized the university's achievements over the last year in education, community involvement and research. Read more about the speech here.
|Welcome new Chief Budget and Planning Officer|
Join us in welcoming our new Chief Budget and Planning Officer, Paul Craig. He will provide direction and supervision for campus budget processes, operations, reporting and Board of Trustee budgetary actions. He will take the lead role in the development of the University’s budget, the implementation and maintenance of budget systems, and training of campus budget users. Mr. Craig has more than 30 years of financial and operational leadership experience.
Please join me in welcoming Paul to the community!
|Dr. Paul Torrens lectures on "ObamaCare"|
This month, Dr. Paul Torrens, MPH, Professor Emeritus, Health Policy and Management, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health conducted a seminar entitled "Understanding ObamaCare: What It Is and What It Isn’t." Dr. Torrens discussed the historic origins of healthcare reform, which dates back to 1916 when Theodore Roosevelt introduced it to a turbulent labor environment.
Dr. Torrens also explained Obamacare according to four major themes: reducing the uninsured; regulating private insurance; controlling rising costs of healthcare; and changing the healthcare delivery system. Learn more about Dr. Torrens.
Dr. Gail Orum hosted a “Pizza with the Dean," an interactive session with College of Science and Health (COSH) students. Students appreciate the informal setting as the Dean addressed their concerns and proffered immediate solutions to their needs. CDSG would like to thank Dr. Gail Orum for such an excellent meeting and providing lunch to the students. Join us next month!
Over the course of several campus improvement vetting sessions, the community discussed numerous suggestions for making CDU a better place. We'll be exploring making campus maps available in CDU facilities and erecting directory kiosks around campus.
Stay tuned for future campus improvements, and please continue to give your suggestions for improving CDU.
|CDU alumnus wins SALEF scholarship|
Join us in congratulating Veronica Aguilar for receiving the Salvadoran American Leadership & Educational Fund (SALEF) scholarship last month. Veronica is a CDU Urban MPH Program alumnus MPH, Vice President, Pre-Med Society and current post baccalaureate student. As a scholarship recipient, Veronica will have the opportunity to become a mentor in SALEF's programs, and will participate in various community service events throughout the year.