CSU Leader
News and Information for California State University Leaders
Vol. 12, No. 5, March 7, 2013

Helping Preserve Wildlife

Helping Preserve Wildlife

California is home to an amazing collection of creatures and the CSU is helping preserve the state’s wildlife through hands-on courses, conservation facilities and research partnerships. More.

Honoring Women Leaders of the CSU

CSU San Marcos President Karen S. Haynes, Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García and Cal State Northridge President Dianne F. Harrison

Recently, CSU San Marcos President Karen S. Haynes, Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García and Cal State Northridge President Dianne F. Harrison were commended for serving as exemplary models for women in higher education. More.

Bringing Words to Life

CSU Summer Arts Writing CourseWriters have the ability to construct words in ways that evoke emotions, bring characters to life and allow audiences to visualize places they have never been. The CSU hosts a variety of writing programs that tap into and enhance a student’s talent for expressing and creating compelling narrative with words. More.

Expanding the Transportation Industry

San José State’s Department of Aviation and TechnologyWhether it is working with airplanes for an airline or navigating a vessel full of cargo, the CSU provides students with the education and training they need to excel in careers in transportation. More.




Fresno State Offers New Online Writing Tutorial Program

Fresno State has created a new, first-of-its-kind Self-Paced Online Tutorial, which allows students to hone their writing skills. More.

SFSU Increases LGBTQ Education with $500K Grant

With a $500,000 grant, San Francisco State researchers will implement a new initiative to help high schoolers discuss lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer sexuality using multimedia storytelling. More.

HSU’s Schatz Lab Expands its Clean Energy Work to India

Humboldt State’s Schatz Energy Research Center has extended its reach to India in a partnership to help accelerate development of a solar energy market for millions who have little or no electric power. More.

Cal Poly Pomona Benefactors Pledge $210,000 Toward CBA

Longtime benefactors Mickey and Lee Segal have pledged an additional $210,000 toward the College of Business Administration complex at Cal Poly Pomona, bringing their total support of the state-of-the-art facility to more than half a million dollars. More.

CSU Voices and Views

At West Angeles Cathedral, CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White (right) meets with the actors who portrayed the story of Autherine Lucy, the first African American student to enroll at the University of Alabama.

Featured Post: Lifting Up Communities

Participating in his first CSU Super Sunday this year, Chancellor Timothy P. White reflects on how the CSU and congregations throughout California are working together to show youth the importance of higher education.


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