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August 7, 2017 Issue
Debra Satterfield and son John

For Her, The Work Is Personal

Design’s Debra Satterfield has a personal reason to examine the quality of life of children with autism spectrum disorders.

40-year Service Award Honorees

2017 Service Awards

Long-term employees were recognized in June at the 2017 Staff Service Awards event in the University Student Union.

Emily Berquist Soule

Book Research Continues

Emily Berquist Soule is on her way to completing her next book, thanks to a recent Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Internal Research Award.

Teresa Puente

Dangerous Times For Journalists

Only Syria and Afghanistan are more dangerous for journalists than Mexico. That grim fact convinces journalism and mass communications’ Teresa Puente that American asylum is their best hope.

Can You Hear Me Now?

Speech-Language Pathology’s Edward Garcia talks about how young America’s love affair with earbuds could lead to hearing loss. Click here for related story.

CSULB Students at outreach event

Having Grassroots Success

CSULB’s Master of Social Work degree program finds grassroots success in neighborhood/community outreach with its implementation of a yearlong Capstone project.

Asphault highway

CSULB, Caltrans Team For Training Program

Caltrans and CSULB are introducing a Joint Training and Certification Program in an effort to increase quality and reduce delays on construction projects statewide