A combination of Betty McMicken’s endless curiosity, hard work and dedication has earned her the highest honor given by the American Speech and Hearing Association.
Craig Smith, a former presidential speechwriter and director of CSULB’s Center for First Amendment Studies, will be presented a pair of awards at the National Communication Association’s 100th annual convention.
CSULB’s Yadunandan Center for India Studies and The History Project at CSULB completed the 2014 Teach India Institute, a week-long workshop on campus for middle and high school teachers.
Kristina Hancock, executive assistant to College of Education Dean Marquita Grenot-Scheyer, was named recently by her co-workers as Employee of the Month.
CSULB is ranked 12th in the nation in conferring baccalaureate degrees to minority students by Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Art’s Ken Brown’s profile of the serenity and stimulation that define Japanese gardens earned a Benjamin Franklin Award for his book titled Quiet Beauty: Japanese Gardens of North America.
CSULB will host the American Collegiate Moot Court Association Western Regional competition on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21-22, marking the 13th consecutive year the event has been held on campus.