Sonoma State Receives Largest Gift in History
Sonoma State University received a $12 million gift for the Green Music Center from philanthropists Joan and Sandy Weill, enabling the university to complete the spectacular concert hall and adjoining lawn and commons performance venues. More.
Obama Town Hall to Cap CSU Latino Summit
Cal State San Bernardino's second annual Latino Education and Advocacy Days summit will be highlighted by an interactive town hall discussion with President Barack Obama. More.
CSUB Builds Futures, Brick by Brick
CSU Bakersfield will host hundreds of 6th through 11th graders and their parents for an educational forum stressing the importance of early academic and financial planning to prepare for college. More.
SF State Spearheads Novel Way to Train Teachers
The College of Education at San Francisco State teamed up with a middle school in one of the city's toughest neighborhoods. Together, they will pilot a novel approach to preparing California's public school teachers. More.
CSU Chico Educators Finalists in National STEM Competition
A science inquiry class at Chico State was selected as one of 12 finalists in a national competition that seeks to change the way science is taught. More.
Current and Past Aztecs Gather at Annual Entrepreneur Day
San Diego State student and alumni entrepreneurs assembled on campus to showcase their businesses for Entrepreneur Day. The annual event is part of the Lavin Entrepreneur Program, which gives SDSU students interested in starting their own businesses the opportunity to work with alumni who have done the same. More.