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CSULB Confirms One Case of Measles, Class Schedule Unaffected

According to Dr. Michael N. Carbuto, Lead Physician, Student Health Services at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), the university has confirmed that a student who does not live on campus was diagnosed with the measles and a small group of students were exposed. The exposure took place at an off campus site during winter break, the […]

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Film Series Explores Immigration Issues

“Border Crossings and Crossroads in Recent Hispanic Cinema: A Film Series” continues at CSULB with “La Yuma” on Monday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m. in Lecture Hall 151.  At the same place and time “El Regreso” will be shown on Monday, Feb. 9, “Contracorriente” on Monday, Feb. 16, and “Aqui y Allá” on Monday, Feb. […]

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Helping Link Today to Tomorrow

In general, school is where individuals prepare for real-world careers. Today, that preparation is more important than ever and CSULB is leading the charge to do so. “For most of the 20th century, federal funds for vocational education were focused on a two-track system,” said Jared Stallones, a professor in CSULB’s College of Education who […]

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Faculty Member Whitcraft and Students Working to Preserve and Improve Wetlands

Christine Whitcraft, associate professor of biological sciences, is an expert in coastal wetland ecosystems, and points with pride to work with the Huntington Beach Wetlands Conservancy. Beginning in 2012, the conservancy provided funding to support Whitcraft’s work in coastal wetland restoration. Other support came from the California Sea Grant and the Montrose Settlements Restoration Program which […]

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