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As the nation’s largest and most diverse university system, the California State University seeks faculty and staff who reflect our diversity and commitment to inclusion. Faculty who join one of our 23 campuses will work with gifted and recognized colleagues, and all positions at the CSU offer competitive compensation and benefits, a supportive working environment and the chance to advance professionally.
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The California State University – one of the most ethnically, economically, and academically diverse university systems in the United States – is seeking its next Vice Chancellor of University Relations & Advancement.
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