On Friday June 9, from 1:00 to 2:30 in Orbach 240, Jolene Redvale will show how including more vegetables in your meals can be fun and satisfying while adding variety, flavor, and healthy nutrition to your plate. Samples will be available for tasting! A handout will highlight UCR Library resources on healthy eating.
Jolene is a Certified Nutrition Consultant with a robust background in education, having served many years as the Education Curator at the San Bernardino County Museum.
Pick up some flavorful, easy, healthy eating tips on the last day of instruction for the Spring Term.
What: “Diversity, Inclusion, and the UCR Library”
Panel Presentation and Discussion/Q&A
When: Monday, May 15, 2017, 1:00-3:00 pm
Where: Rm. 240, Orbach Science Library
Who: UCR librarians, library staff, and open to audience members interested in diversity, inclusion, and academic libraries
Diversity and inclusion have been discussed in the academic and library settings for some time. Our panel of speakers will provide a snapshot of where we are today, in the profession and at the local campus level. What can UCR librarians contribute to diversity and inclusion? Let’s have an open dialogue about areas we can impact and actions we could take to enhance our roles in the library and contribute to the academic environment.
Panelists: Melissa Cardenas-Dow, Social Sciences Librarian at Sacramento State University (formerly UCR) and active in professional library organizations on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion; Mariam Beevi Lam, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion at UCR; and two panelists from UCR student services centers: Arlene Cano Mutate, Program Coordinator from Chicano Student Programs and UCR alumna, and Nancy Jean Tubbs, Director of the LGBT Resource Center.
Deadline reminder: MARCH 30, 2017 is the final day for requesting LAUC-R funded professional development requests for this fiscal year.
NOTE: All LAUC-R funded requests for this fiscal year should either be entered in the Travel App or formally email approved by your supervisor for non-Travel App appropriate requests by March 30, 2017. LAUC-R R&PD committee will then start the process of determining what funds are available for further distribution this year.
Requests for supplemental funding should be completed by April 15, 2017
For more professional development funds and process information, please visit here. If you have any questions please contact Tiffany Moxham.
Come celebrate LAUC’s 50th Anniversary at the LAUC Assembly at UCI on April 20. Hotel & Registration deadlines are approaching. If you need hotel accommodation at the LAUC rate, please register by March 26. General registration for the Assembly is due by April 10. Please share your LAUC story and photos on the website at https://lauc.ucop.edu/calendar/lauc-statewide-assembly-2017.
The LAUC-R Programs Committee is sponsoring a presentation by Trina Ray of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. She’ll be speaking about the Cassini-Huygens Mission to Saturn on Tuesday, May 9, from 2:00 to 3:00 pm in Orbach Science Library Room 240.
LAUC-I will be hosting the LAUC Statewide Assembly and 50th Anniversary Celebration at UCI to be held Thursday, April 20, 2017, at the UC Irvine Student Center, Pacific Ballroom C and D.
All relevant information, including a section to gather your LAUC memories in celebration of the 50th Anniversary, is available here.
The LAUC-R programs committee invites you to an informal lunchtime brown bag session on Thursday, March 2, from 12pm-1pm in Rivera 403.
We’ll hear from UCR librarians who attended and presented at the National Diversity in Libraries Conference (NDLC) at UCLA in summer 2016. We’ll be discussing highlights of NDLC presentations, including projects from colleagues at other institutions, and the current national landscape of library diversity work from a librarian perspective. Light refreshments provided.
New professional development funds timeline is available here
iTravel is the UCR application used for travel planning and expense reporting system
iTravel information/ amounts must be completed in iTravel AND submitted AND receipts provided to the library’s travel coordinator or Director of Planning and Budget designee in order to be considered a complete travel re-imbursement provision.
Individuals may start a “new” trip and enter the details without actually submitting for re-imbursement until a later time/when the trip is complete.
Travel Request App: this is the in-house library app for gaining approval to travel/partake in other professional development activities.
CAPA-L will be holding a workshop on the librarian review process on Wed., Nov. 16, 3-4 PM in Orbach 240. This meeting is open to any LAUC-R member who is interested in attending, but it will be especially important for candidates up for review this year and their review initiators to be present. Please mark your calendars and make every effort to be there. An agenda will follow within the next few days.