Getting Local Students Psyched About Science
CSU Chico’s Society of Women Engineers educates local grade school students about the various fields of engineering with hands-on lab experiments;
CSU East Bay is hosting a STEM career awareness day for area high school students.
Tackling Water Woes
CSU Stanislaus recently hosted a public forum to discuss growing concerns over the region’s groundwater supply;
A CSU Monterey Bay professor and grad student are collaborating with federal and state resource agencies to develop a plan to protect the Big Sur River.
A partnership between CSU Long Beach and a local medical center has created the Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center, which will focus on providing comprehensive mental health services for survivors of trauma and victims of crime;
Sacramento State and community partners have developed a new Family Justice Center to serve victims of family violence;
A new program at Cal State L.A. enables students with associate degrees in nursing to earn baccalaureate degrees in nursing in 12 months.
Maritime Cadets to Make Special Delivery at Korean Orphanage
Cal Maritime cadets will deliver needed supplies to an orphanage in South Korea during their 2014 Training Cruise aboard the Training Ship Golden Bear. More.
SF State Astronomer Helps Discover Earth-like Planet
San Francisco State astronomer Stephen Kane and an international team of researchers have announced the discovery of a new rocky planet that could potentially have liquid water on its surface. More.
CSUSM Celebrates New Student Union
The student union at CSU San Marcos includes new dining options, an open-air amphitheater and a student activity center, creating a stronger sense of community for students. More.