For a fighter pilot, a cockpit is all about interaction with the environment and the next generation will have man and machine working together to achieve goals.
Biology’s Theodore Stankowich knows the answer to a question even evolutionary genius Charles Darwin couldn’t solve—Why do zebras have stripes?
After 50 years, the popular 49er Summer Camp at CSULB is still going strong.
Newly-elected Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia will visit CSULB July 18 to launch his policy priorities with the CEOs of the city’s educational institutions at his side.
Chemistry and Biochemistry’s Stephen Mezyk and School of Nursing’s Kathleen Engberg were honored as CSULB’s 2013-14 outstanding professor and staff member, respectively.
Geography’s Hyowon Ban is using Geographical Information Science to better understand samba dancers.
The 2014 Animation School Rankings from Animation Career Review placed CSULB as the No. 7 animation school program on the West Coast and No. 22 nationally.
CSULB was one of nine universities to receive a grant for study abroad and exchange programs under President Obama’s 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative.