New provost Brian Jerky sees CSULB as a shining example of what’s right with the CSU and knows the campus can rise to even greater heights.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HPFA) presented CSULB’s College of the Arts with more than $100,000 in scholarships and technological support.
CSULB’s Emergency Medical Technician program was recently gifted a working ambulance from the former owners of Gerber Ambulance Company.
The campus moves to License Plate Recognition for parking and a second off-campus shuttle route has been added, free for all CSULB students and staff with a university ID.
CSULB has appointed Keith Freesemann as its new permanent University Ombuds, a resource on campus who deals with a wide range of university-related issues.
Beginning this fall, the CSULB is a 100 percent smoke-, vapor- and tobacco-free campus with prohibited areas including buildings, sidewalks and campus parking lots.
Facilities Management’s Al Vaca, who joined the campus at the age of 19, was recently selected as CSULB’s plumbing supervisor.