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The university received a record-breaking 91,268 applications.
The university received its second educational grant to help boost the number of underrepresented minority students enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics programs.
Resources and programs for Hispanic students and faculty helped earn the university recognition.
Assistant professor Ted Stankowich and CSULB student assistants joined a team of biologists from UC Davis to look into why pandas are black and white.
Increasing graduation rates, low sticker price and robust financial aid helped earn the university a spot on the list.
Campus’s outdoor attraction reaches maturity thanks to community support.
The school was recognized as one of the healthiest campuses among U.S. colleges and universities in 2016.
CSULB was one of 14 CSU campuses named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Community members and state dignitaries honor the 50th anniversary of the Educational Opportunity Program and its founder Dr. Joseph White.
The Bob Cole Conservatory Chamber Choir took the top prize at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod held in Llangollen, Wales.
A $105,000 gift to the College of the Arts marks the 12th year the school has received support from HFPA.
Undergraduate, post-baccalaureate and master’s students in the biotechnology program will be trained in the theory and techniques of stem cell research thanks to a new grant.
a $1.1 million donation by longtime supporter of Italian Studies Mario Giannini will support research in romance languages and translation studies.
A nearly $2 million grant to CSULB from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help create a research training institute that will enhance the readiness of early career faculty at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).
The 35,000 square-foot building, located near Health and Human Services, is expected to be completed by Summer 2018 and ready for students that fall.
Shark Lab’s Chris Lowe helped develop a high-tech tracking system to follow ocean animals as they migrate along the Pacific coast.
Caitlin Dickerson (2011, B.A., international studies), and Joseph “Joe” Serna (2006, B.A., journalism), bring home prestigious journalism awards.
It was a memorable moment for the U.S. men’s volleyball team, who took home an Olympic bronze medal at the Rio Games.
Narsiso Martinez’s work portrays the struggle of the farmworker, painted or drawn on discarded produce boxes he collects from grocery stores.
Breathe Campaign promotes awareness of the health risks of tobacco use.
Campus-wide effort to care for students has captured national attention.
The University Library was ranked as one of the best in the city by Longbeachize.com.
CSULB’s Southwest Transportation Workforce Center is launching a pilot career pathway demonstration program to encourage post-graduate students to consider transportation careers.
Former Dirtbags players and long-time supporter Marilyn Bohl donate to Blair Field’s renovation projects.
A generous gift to the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is making a huge impact.
Dancers, all over the age of 30, took part in a two-day Master Pro Dance Workshop organized by Dance professor Andrew Vaca.
Three Cal State Long Beach faculty and staff members had the same goal in the Jet Blue Long Beach Marathon races – to cross the finish line.
Local kids test out adaptive tricycles donated by CSULB’s Physical Therapy Club.
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