As an expert in intercultural communication, Eriki Maeda is especially interested in the identity search pursued by many single Japanese women in the 21st century.
Robin Lee, associate director of the Career Development Center at CSULB, has been accepted to the Fulbright International Education Administrators program.
The Alumni Association at CSULB will present the 32nd season of its Concerts in the Grove series beginning in July with four Saturday night performances at the Hollywood Bowl-type atmosphere of the campusí Soroptimist House terrace.
Elaine Haglundís acceptance of the 2008 Nicholas Perkins Hardeman Award means a great deal to her, but she wants to make one thing clear... she's no Perk Hardeman.
Individuals will have the opportunity to learn the art of origami, or paper folding on July 13, at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden at CSULB. The Origami Festival will feature activities inspired by the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.
In May, the annual Service Awards reception for long-term employees was held at The Pointe in The Walter Pyramid. Staff employees with 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 years of service credit, were honored.