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Marcus Studies
Politics of Water
in Madagascar, Kenya

Map of Africa and Madagascar

International Studies’Richard Marcus knows the United States can learn from Kenya and Madagascar when it comes to water use. More

Pasztor Honored by Child Welfare
League of America

Portrait of Eileen Mayers Pasztor

Eileen Mayers Pasztor, a social work professor at CSULB, was recently honored by the Child Welfare League of America with an award for “Outstanding Curricular Design” for her efforts in the design and implementation of a comprehensive competency-based curriculum for the development and support of foster and adoptive parents. More

Financial Aid’s Brewster
Named Employee of the Month

Portrait of Trisha Brewster

Trisha Brewster, a counselor for Financial Aid, was recently named by her coworkers as Employee of the Month. More

Green Named 2008 Outstanding Staff Member

Portrait of Nancy Green

CSULB’s Nancy Green received a double salute in 2008 for 30 years of service to the university and for her recognition as this year’s outstanding staff member. More

Largest, Most Diverse Graduating
Class in Campus' 59-Year History

Largest, Most Diverse Graduating Class
Photo by Victoria Sanchez
Last week, CSULB concluded its 2007-08 academic year by graduating the largest-ever and most diverse class in its 59-year history. A total of 8,225 students received or will receive their bachelor's, master's or doctoral degrees by year's end while 1,233 will have earned teaching credentials. More

Sworn In, His Military Duty Now Begins

Portrait of Cleddhy ArellanoTo say that Cleddhy Arellano is a busy guy would be quite the understatement. But, despite working two full time jobs, he recently found the time to be sworn in as an officer of the United States Air Force Reserves. More