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Between the time frame of June 2012 and May 2013, 16 College of Arts and Sciences collaborations occurred across three Schools, three academic programs and fourteen academic departments. A breakdown of the collaborations include: Schools School of Cultural and Critical Studies, School of Earth, Environment and Society, School of Media and Communication

Academic Programs Chapman Learning Community SETGO AIMS

Academic Departments Asian Studies, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, Environment and Sustainability, Geography , Geology, Creative Writing, German, Russian, and East Asian Languages, International Studies, Journalism and Public Relations, Telecommunications, Political Science, Psychology , Romance and Classical Studies , Sociology

The collaborations ranged in context from Career Center presentations, employer site visits, con-instruction of an internship class, company meet and greets, internship panel, committee representation, career day event and development of on-line resources. Major collaborations with student outcomes are listed below: Department of Computer Science Meet and Greet An invitation was sent to the following organizations: Eaton, Macy’s Systems and Technology, American Greetings, Hyland Software, Progressive Insurance, Marathon, Owens Corning, Nationwide, Huntington Bank, Ernst and Young, Diebold • RSVP: 9 out of the 11 companies attended (companies in bold attended) • Three companies supported the event by sponsoring food/AV. These companies included: Hyland Software, Nationwide Insurance, and Macy’s Systems and Technology • Outcomes: 80 students and 7 computer science faculty members attended the event •

US Department of State Campus Visit • Collaborated with the following academic units: International Studies, GREAL, ROCS, History, Political Science, International Business and Economics. • Also coordinated with the Office of Multicultural Affairs, NAACP, Latino Student Union and Black Student Union for visit. • Outcomes: Two classroom visits (~30 in each class), a faculty meeting (5 in attendance), and general student session (62 in attendance)

Student Conservation Association (SCA) Campus Visit • Collaborated with the following academic units: Biological Sciences, Geology, Outdoor Programs and Environmental Science

Outcomes: SCA representative visited with 4 classes totaling 125 students, and completed 3 outreach visits with faculty/administrators. A total of 12 students attended the general student sessions