CSUCI to Launch Institute for Global Economic Research
The Martin V. Smith School of Business & Economics at CSU Channel Islands announced the official launch of the Institute for Global Economic Research - the first of its kind within the region, helping to link regional economy more closely to the global economy. More.
Weather Device Rolls Out New Research Possibilities at SFSU
SF State meteorology and oceanography students were the first class to work with the CSU Mobile Atmospheric Profiling System, a unique tool acquired by SF State and San Jose State as part of a joint research initiative. More.
CSUN Releases DVD Outlining Benefits of Sign Language
Cal State Northridge, working with the California Department of Education, released a DVD that stresses the benefits of American Sign Language for all babies. More.
CSULB to Host Former Governor's Archives
Former California Governor George Deukmejian chose the CSU Long Beach University Library as the repository for more than 3,000 boxes of historical documents chronicling his decades of public service. More.
Pledge Supports Chemistry Research at Cal Poly Pomona
Students and faculty in Cal Poly Pomona's chemistry department will have increased opportunities to expand their knowledge and expertise because of a $100,000 pledge to the Goldstein endowment, which was created to honor the memory of Professor Elisheva "Chevy" Goldstein. More
The NFL in L.A.? Cal State L.A. Leads the Debate
In a component of the Edmund G. “Pat” Brown Institute’s Public Policy Education Program at Cal State L.A., vice presidents of the two companies vying to build a new NFL stadium in Los Angeles joined in a panel exploring the benefits and potential risks. More.