During Move-In Day at CSULB on Saturday, Aug. 23, a new bicycle theft prevention and recovery program called “Lock & Roll” will be rolled out.
A team of five students from CSULB’s Industrial Design Program wrested a hard-won third place finish in the fifth annual 2013-14 Biomimicry Student Design Challenge.
Communication Studies’ Marc Rich received a contract from the U.S. Navy to conduct sexual assault training for sailors and Marines at bases worldwide.
The inaugural Douglas W. Robinson Student Success Scholarship at CSULB focuses on students’ experiences and efforts outside of the classroom.
CSULB participated in the American History Association’s “Tuning Project” with the goal of producing a statement called the Degree Qualifications Profile.
Begin the new academic year with colleagues from campus during the 2014 Annual Convocation on Friday, Aug. 22, at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center.