Have you ever seen a water sprinkler on in the middle of a driving rainstorm and wonder how in the world that could happen? Well, with the newly installed weather station called Evolution DX2 at CSULB, you should never see such an occurrence on campus.
The Alumni Association’s 32nd season of its Concerts in the Grove series continues with Saturday night performances at the Hollywood Bowl-type atmosphere of the campus’ Soroptimist House terrace.
Mohammed R. Forouzesh , whose commitment to student achievement along with his dedication to giving back to students, the university and the health science field, earned the university’s 2008 Outstanding Professor Award.
Members of the Dance Department faculty at CSULB brought home multiple honors in the recent Lester Horton Awards, earning recognition for their performances and choreography.
CSULB's Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies had a banner year in 2007-08 when 20 of its majors brought back top scholarship honors from six state and nationwide competitions.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education magazine has ranked CSULB No. 7 in the nation in conferring bachelor's degrees to students of color. The university awarded undergraduate degrees to more than 2,927 minority students, who made up nearly 48 percent of its 2007 graduating class.
A five-member team representing CSULB’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) recently returned from this year’s Bateman Competition in Detroit bearing its best placement in years with a second-place finish.