When CSULB Professor of Spanish Maria Carreira saw her father’s tears, it inspired her to write a book titled Voces: Latino Students on Life in the United States.
The California Science Teachers Association announced the recipients of its 2014 awards, honoring CSULB’s Laurie Gillis with its Future Science Teacher Award.
POW/MIA Remembrance Sept. 19
There will be a POW/MIA remembrance on Friday, Sept. 19 at 10 a.m. This flag raising ceremony will take place at the flag pole on the north end of the upper campus quad.
Employee burnout is real, according to Information Systems’ Lori Brown, who feels the issue deserves a higher priority on the national agenda.
Engineering’s Shadi Saadeh spent his sabbatical writing on how to help Southern California highways better resist burning heat and crushing loads.
The open enrollment period for any changes to health, dental or additional benefits begins Monday, Sept. 15.
The Center for First Amendment Studies at CSULB will present its annual celebration of Constitution Day on Wednesday, Sept. 17, from 4-5 p.m., in the Anatol Center.