Super Saturday Empowers Families
With more workshops, volunteers, sponsors, and future college students, this year’s Super Saturday was bigger and better than ever.
Nearly 3,000 middle and high school students and their families gathered at CSU Dominguez Hills for the event, which aims to equip students and their families with the tools and resources it takes to get to college. More.
Demolition Yields Research Opportunity
When CSU East Bay demolished its seismically unsafe Warren Hall August 17, the building's implosion produced energy similar to a small earthquake—creating the perfect opportunity to research the nearby Hayward Fault. More.
The CSU lost an influential leader when Dr. Lee R. Kerschner passed away August 5 at the age of 82. Kerschner’s dedicated 45-year career in higher education began in 1961 at CSU Fullerton, where he was a founding member of the political science department.
Kerschner continued to serve the CSU in many roles including as statewide dean of faculty, CSU vice chancellor for administrative affairs, senior vice chancellor for academic affairs, interim president of CSU Stanislaus, and special assistant to the President of the Cal Maritime.
Read his obituary here.