In Tawny Sherrill’s opinion, the fashion merchandising and design major is one of the most labor intensive programs at CSULB and she wants to make certain prospective students know that. On Friday, May 8, those who remained in the program will showcase their efforts at the 27th Annual Campus Couture Fashion Show at the Carpenter Center.
In October 2010, the California State University (CSU) convened Asian and Pacific Islander community leaders to discuss how to approach and explore the potential for collaborative interactions with their community-based organizations (CBO). From that meeting, the CSU Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Initiative was created, the goal being to improve college access and graduation rates for students from those underserved communities.
California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) has been awarded a $100,000 grant by the California State University (CSU) Chancellor’s Office for a project that will provide a better understanding of college students who experience housing instability and food insecurity across all 23 CSU campuses.
A 3-D printer boasting unique technology that can replicate bone structures created by a team of entrepreneurial Cal State Long Beach students was selected as the winner of the university’s 5th annual Innovation Challenge. The students’ company, LuxNova, will be provided with $10,000 seed funding and a variety of business services including office space, marketing services and legal assistance to get their concept off the ground.