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In Tune with the Impact
of Mexican Women Singers

As far as Antonia Garcia-Orozco is concerned, it all goes back to a prior queen. More

Former CIA Operative Valerie Plame
Wilson to Lecture, Sign Books

Valerie Plame Wilson, a former CIA officer who worked as a classified covert intelligence agent for more than 20 years before her cover was blown by controversy surrounding the Iraq war, will present a lecture and book signing on Monday, Nov. 5th.More

CSULB to Take Part in New
U.S.–China Bilateral Trade
Internship Program

CSULB has been selected as one of only three U.S. universities whose students are eligible to take part in The Washington Center’s new U.S.–China Bilateral Trade Internship Program. The program is funded by The Boeing Company. More

Shadle Honored by UCEA
for Professional Contributions

Carolyn Shadle, Associate Dean of University College and Extension Services at CSULB, was honored by the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) with the 2007 Award of Excellence for Professional Contributions in Continuing Education at the UCEA Association West Region Conference held in Palm Springs on Oct. 11. More

College of Business Administration
Again Featured in Princeton Review

The College of Business Administration at CSULB has been named an outstanding business school by The Princeton Review and is featured in the just-published 2008 edition of its "Best 290 Business Schools." More

Documentarian To Screen
“To Touch The Soul” on Nov. 14

To Touch the SoulOn Wednesday, Nov. 14, the documentary “To Touch The Soul” will screen at 8 p.m. in the University Theatre at CSULB as part of Odyssey and the campus’ International Education Week (Nov. 12-16). More

Educational Opportunity Center
Receives $1.33M Grant from DOE

The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) at CSULB was recently awarded a five-year, $1.33 million from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) to continue its efforts in identifying and assisting adult participants who want to enter, re-enter, continue or enroll in a program of post-secondary education.More

Whitson Honored as
Employee of the Month

Portrait of Marvel WhitsonMarvel Whitson, assistant to Dean of the College of Education Jean Houck, was recently named by her coworkers as employee of the month.More

Turn Clocks Back

Portrait of a ClockYou can pick up an extra hour of sleep on Sunday, Nov. 4, when daylight-saving time ends. As always, it’s recommended you turn all your clocks back one hour before you go to bed Saturday night.