Marianne Venieris’ impact on port-related industries and the region as a whole is well documented.
The Science Education Department at CSULB is working hard to help young women jump into the world of science with a combination of hands-on help and role models.
CSULB’s Women and Philanthropy program continues to award scholarships to re-entry students.
Women’s History Month events on campus promise discussions on a wide variety of topics such as sex, social media and Chinese Gardens.
CSULB’s 44th annual Pow Wow, a two-day American Indian social celebration, will feature native dancing, arts, crafts and food.
The Long Beach College Promise partnership is among the new partner organizations aligned with 100Kin10.
Jun Niimi, the Consul General of Japan in Los Angeles, comes to The Pointe in the Walter Pyramid on March 5.
Affordable Care Act (ACA) organizers take to the classroom before open enrollment ends.