Sometimes less is more. At least that’s the thinking of Economics’ Chen Ng when it comes to addressing the problem of overcrowded highways.
School of Art’s Mark Ruwedel saw the acquisition of 26 of his photographs by the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., a key addition to its holdings of contemporary landscape photographs.
English’s Suzanne Greenberg signed a contract for the publication of her latest work titled Lesson Plans, a novel about adults dealing with the challenges of homeschooling.
CSULB finished at the top of the Big West Conference Commissioner’s Cup standings, winning the award for the third consecutive year.
Douglas W. Robinson, vice president for student affairs at CSULB and currently the longest serving vice president in the CSU system, announced his decision to retire from the university on Aug. 1.
David Dowell, a 35-year campus veteran and the vice provost of planning and budgets and director of strategic planning at CSULB, will become the university’s interim provost July 1.
The ocean off Southern California, known as a birthing ground for great white sharks, also holds toxic chemicals evident in the tissues of local young white sharks, which have some of the highest levels of contaminants among all shark species.
The Alumni Association at CSULB will present the 37th season of its Concerts in the Grove series beginning in July with four Saturday night performances at the Hollywood Bowl-type atmosphere of the campus’ Soroptimist House terrace located just off Beach Drive.