CSU Leader
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Vol. 12, No. 14, July 25, 2013

Report Highlights Alcohol Education Efforts

C.E.A.S.E. program at San Francisco StateThe sixth biennial report on Campus Alcohol Education and Prevention Programs presented to the Board of Trustees July 23 outlined some of the CSU's most effective alcohol prevention programs. More.


Brown Appoints
Talar AlexanianStudent Trustee

Governor Jerry Brown recently appointed CSU Northridge student Talar Alexanian to the CSU Board of Trustees.

Alexanian will serve as the non-voting student trustee in her first year and assume the voting student trustee position in her second year. Read more about her here.


Making a Global Impact

In order to address a global problem like climate change, faculty and students at CSU Dominguez Hills and San Diego State are collaborating with international peers. More.

SDSU students partnered with students at Xiamen University.


CSU, UC Hold Shared Services Conference

The CSU and UC systems recently met to discuss their innovative approaches to shared services. More.

 

Noteworthy

Electric Upgrades
This summer, San Francisco State became the 17th CSU campus to have an electric vehicle charging station. San Jose State's police department also added a couple electric motorcycles to its patrol fleet.

Sac State Students Foster a Father's Recovery
Sacramento State physical therapy and speech pathology grad students helped a father who had suffered a devastating cerebral hemorrhage work toward a very special goal: dancing with his daughter and giving a speech at her wedding. More.

CSUF Gets $1.25 Million for Teacher Training
Cal State Fullerton has been awarded a U.S. Department of Education grant to provide training and support to early childhood special education teacher candidates. More.

CSU Voices and Views blog

Incredible Dreamers
CSU East Bay Professor Emeritus Terry Jones reflects on his 40 years of service to the CSU. More.

Terry Jones

     
   

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