The Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center was awarded the California Arts Council's "Arts Education Exposure" Grant for the third year in a row.
Cal State Long Beach is entering the 2019-2020 school year with spirits high and plenty to boast about — at least that's according to the tone last Friday during the annual convocation event.
Long Beach State has scheduled an active shooter and mass casualty exercise from 9 to 11 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 9, at the University Student Union, the west campus turnaround and the north lawn of the student union.
It's graduation season and Long Beach State graduates — an estimated 11,000 of them — are taking center stage next week, with the first graduation scheduled for Tuesday.
Long Beach State University enrolled nearly 3,800 transfer students for the Fall 2017 term, a number that placed the campus among the top 10 in the country, according to a release.
Long Beach's higher education establishments went face to face with some changes and challenges in 2018. Here's an overview of some big — and small — things that happened last year at California State University, Long Beach, and Long Beach City College.
Long Beach State University has transitioned students holding overflow parking permits to parking on campus, according to a release.
Technology offers plenty of opportunities, but it also creates more outlets for abusers to take advantage of others.
Artist panelists are leading Cal State Long Beach's Zines Are Us workshop from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday, July 28, at the University Art Museum, 1250 N. Bellflower Blvd.
People can leave reality behind — perhaps for a bit — with the California State University, Long Beach, Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship's (IIE) campus-wide Virtual Reality (VR) Day.
An exhibit celebrating African American women is on display now through Friday, March 9, at the the CSULB University Student Union (USU), 1250 N. Bellflower Blvd.
California State University, Long Beach, was listed as number 70 among public colleges and universities and 184 among all colleges in the 2018 Kiplinger's Best Values in Public Colleges rankings.
"This is the play of the moment," "Dreamers: Aquí y Allá" ("Here and There") co-director Andrea Caban said. "We as human beings learn from story. We connect to each other with story."
The big, bright yellow "Go Beach" letters near West Campus Circle at California State University, Long Beach, just might've been a good selfie opportunity for students at the beginning of spring semester Monday.
California State University, Long Beach's student radio station, 22 West Radio (formerly KBeach Radio), ranks second among Great Value College's website's 30 Amazing College Radio Stations.
The admissions office at California State University, Long Beach, — and all other CSU campus — is open to applications through Thursday, Nov. 30, for the fall 2018 semester.
Nominations are open for California State University, Long Beach's Distinguished Alumni awards. The deadline to submit a nomination is Monday, Nov. 6.
The two involved parties — CSU and the California Faculty Association (CFA) — have reached a tentative agreement, extending contracts through June 30, 2020. Negotiations will continue to take place in that time.
Solar panels are have been installed at California State University, Long Beach, and the school is hosting a public ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate.
Although usual business would mean discussing the current state of the school's academics, funding and programs, the tone was widely political, with an emphasis on student safety.
The Migrant Education Program is a federally funded program that operates at Smith Elementary School, and offers programs for parents and students on Saturdays. Students and families are able to receive informational and educational assistance while enrolled in school.
More than 10,000 — a school record — will receive their degrees for California State University, Long Beach's 2016-2017 year, with many of those walking the stage at commencement next week. Eleven ceremonies will be from Tuesday through Friday, May 23 to 26, at the school.
California State University, Long Beach, named Shireen Pavri as college of education dean starting July 3. She has been interim dean since August 2016, when former dean Marquita Grenot-Scheyer took a position at the CSU chancellor's office.
There are many careers within the transportation industry. Thomas O’Brien said he wants to help define them and make sure students to know about them.
Foreign language studies aren’t new at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB). The school has offered classes such as French, German, Spanish and translation for at least 40 years.
The year in education featured some new faces, buildings, unrest, money —or lack thereof — and more at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), Long Beach City College (LBCC), and Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD). Here are some of the news stories in education 2016.
California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics has received a $2.3 million anonymous donation to create an endowed dean position — the first at CSULB — at the college as well as a graduate fellowship.
The California State University Chancellor’s Office announced last Thursday, Dec. 8, that 17 of its 23 campuses — including Long Beach — received Integrated Program Grants.
A four-year freeze on California State University tuition ends in a few months and CSU Chancellor Timothy White recently released a proposal that includes a 4.9 percent tuition increase for all students.
Part of what’s considered the California State University’s most comprehensive system for addressing students’ housing and food needs — the Student Emergency Intervention Program — celebrated a landmark.
Three area campuses in the Cal State University system and one University of California school in the region received warnings this week from a free speech group that says some of their institutional policies restrict student and faculty expression.
Smartphones, tablets electric cars, city power grids and more rely on lithium-ion batteries or other means of storing energy, but with that amount of power in a condensed area, safety may be a concern.
California State University, Long Beach’s department of film and electronic arts has received a $70,000 upgrade to its studio and equipment.