Social networks and women had a relationship prior to the Internet, according to Romance/German/Russian Languages and Literatures’ Jeannette Acevedo Rivera.
Chizuko Asada believes in getting closer to her audience. To do that, she was willing to establish her own musical venue called Hoson House.
Health Care Administration’s Yang Lu knows that the U.S spends more than 17.5 percent of its gross domestic product on health care. However, with what results?
His great working relationships with coaches, staff and student athletes earned Department of Athletics’ Oscar Hernandez Employee of the Month honors.
Communication Studies’ Phatana Ith discusses “Out of the Shadows,” a research project that focuses on the stories of female survivors of the Cambodian genocide.
Going to college for eight years didn’t deter 2002 CSULB graduate Jaylene Westfall from doing what she likes to do—help people.
CSULB alum Joanne Liu “feels lucky” to have her year-long term as the Physical Therapy Department’s first-ever orthopedic resident.
- Education Week Set For March 20-24
- Nobel Laureate Lecture
- PCSW Seeking Nominations
- Ninth Annual Bowling For Books Event
- Upcoming CalPERS Retirement Workshop
- PCSW Elections Begin April 3
- Beach Family Day @ Dodger Stadium
- VITA Continues Tax Help Through March 24
- Author of the Month: David Hernandez
- Laurels: March 2017