SF State Celebrates Graduating Veterans
This year, San Francisco State held a special reception just for graduating veterans. CSU Troops to College Initiative Chair Bucky Peterson and President Robert A. Corrigan addressed the new grads and presented them with a medallion to honor their service and success. More.
Helps At-Risk Students
CSU Bakersfield teacher candidates are increasing local students’ academic achievement and aspirations in a grant-funded after school program. More.
Fresno State Gets $1 Million to Preserve Vanishing Language
A $1 million gift from the Chukchansi Indian tribe will provide the Fresno State Department of Linguistics with the funding to document, preserve and revitalize their language. Only a handful of fluent Chukchansi speakers remain, and the gift will support their efforts to keep the language alive. More.
CSUN Hosts Congressional Debate
The four leading candidates for the 30th Congressional District seat took the issues to CSU Northridge in a debate that was organized by the CSUN student government as part of a series aimed to inform the community and students about issues that affect the region, and encourage them to take part in the political process. More.
SJSU Gets $900,000 for Wildfire Research
The funding will allow San José State Professor Craig Clements and his team of student researchers to track wildfire-atmosphere dynamics and integrate their observations into education and community outreach. More.
CSU Channel Islands will host a symposium that will examine how businesses can help solve environmental and community problems and educate the business community about the importance of social and environmental sustainability. More.