CSU Leader
News and Information for California State University Leaders
Vol. 12, No. 7, April 4, 2013

Student Films Leading Social Change

Student Films Leading Social Change

CSU students and graduates have created hundreds of films that document social issues and embed a message of the need for reform. With the help of professionally active faculty and facilities filled with state-of-the-art equipment, students are able to make productions that promote social change. More.

CSU Staying Sustainable

CSU Staying SustainableCampuses continually implement sustainable practices that further the CSU’s commitment to promoting a more economically and ecologically viable California. Whether it’s constructing buildings that have earned LEED gold certifications, hosting events and classes that focus on green living or encouraging composting in the dining halls, each of the 23 CSU campuses has made efforts to significantly reduce its carbon footprint. More.

CSU Staff Touching Lives

CSU Staff Touching Lives

This is the shuttle operator who helps you get on the bus and find a seat. This is the maintenance worker who smiles and waves to you every morning. This is the counselor who listens to your problems and guides you to make the right decision. This is the CSU staff member who touches hundreds of students’ lives, helping create an unforgettable university experience. More.



Campus Tweet Roundup

@CSU_CI: CI Students Win Internships at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) bit.ly/13RLpvh

@chicostate: Come to the free speech area to celebrate the Holi Festival of Colors! #ChicoStateHoliFestival pic.twitter.com/qbKhwfbh28

Chico State Tweet

@CalStateLA: CSULA President James M. Rosser honored with 2013 Golden Torch Award by National Society of Black Engineers. ow.ly/jKXik

@SDSU_NewsTeam: SDSU researchers are working independently and collaboratively to find cures for heart disease. ow.ly/jKi4U

@csunorthridge: Thanks to #CSUN alumni Daniel and Cindy Chernow for their $25,000 planned gift to endow future #teacher #scholarships!

@SacState: New system allows students to purchase parking passes – and even add time – with smartphones. bit.ly/10mEpkR

CSU Voices & Views

Decked out in an elaborate dress of plastic bags, Health Education major Alexandria Gipson (center) quizzes and informs students with trivia about the impact of plastics in the environment.

Featured Post: This Way for a Healthier Planet

Chico State students help make way for a healthier planet by hosting the 8th Annual This Way to Sustainability Conference.


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