aythee Rojas of Women’s Studies used her skills as a scholar to help bring proper recognition to the only woman ever hung in the state of California.
The Museum of Teaching and Learning debuted recently in the lobby of the College of Education at CSULB.
Hung Chung was chosen recently by her colleagues in Student Health Services to be employee of the month.
CSULB has been designated one of the nation’s leading colleges and universities committed to diversity.
Interim Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Dee Abrahamse caps her nearly 40 years of service to the university.
The Chicano and Latino Studies Department was honored as the 2006 recipient of Excellence in Higher Education Service Award.
The College of Business Administration at CSULB has been named an outstanding business school by The Princeton Review.
The Career Development Center (CDC) provides the solution.
Applications for grants awarded by the Alumni Association, ranging from $1,500 to $5,000, are now available.
Nominations for faculty awards to be presented next spring are now being accepted through the Academic Senate.