The CSU is recognized by the AASHE and Sierra Club for efforts to create greener, more efficient campuses
It’s not your imagination: Even nighttimes are warmer now. A San Francisco State professor explains how the rise in temperature could affect us.
Traffic is one of the biggest problems California has to solve. Learn how CSU campuses are working to end the state’s mind-boggling congestion.
Profile on California State Universities new Student Trustee
Six California State University campuses–Fullerton, Northridge, Pomona, Sacramento, San Diego and Stanislaus–will receive more than $10 million from the National Science Foundation to increase Latino student success in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
More than 118,000 CSU students are currently enrolled in at least one online class, yet misconceptions persist about online education. New to the idea? Here are five factors you might not know.
Twelve California State University campuses were named to Money magazine’s 2018 list of the nation’s Top 50 Best Public Colleges released August 13.
Every day, James Bowles uses 15 years of military medical experience to lead Stanislaus State’s renowned nursing simulation program. In the process he’s helping to prepare hundreds of students to change health care as we know it.
The 1970s grassroots women’s movement throughout Sonoma County and the Sonoma State community morphed into Women’s History Month, which is celebrated every March nationwide.
CSU faculty researchers find that marine plants could play a big role in reducing ocean acidification, a devastating side effect of climate change.
Student-veterans and current members of the United States military and their dependents face a unique set of challenges when attending college. Every CSU campus is committed to supporting these nontraditional students and provides benefits and resources to ensure their academic success.
Dr. Vincent Matthews’ time at San Francisco State University gave him exactly what he needed to get his dream job – head of the school district in which he was once a student.
CSU Bakersfield microbiology professor Antje Lauer says the state is tracking toward an epidemic of the infectious lung disease.
Governor Brown Announces Appointments to CSU Board of Trustees
Research by San Francisco State professor Ryan Howell says it’s what we buy that really matters to our well-being.
When the 90th Academy Awards take place this Sunday, March 4, audiences will no doubt hear about not just the cinematic achievements of the past year but also the strides made in building more diversity in entertainment.
And while there has been progress, two California State University professors in film studies say it’s not nearly enough.
Students in education, nursing, astronomy, geology and journalism — to name just a few fields — are using augmented/virtual reality technologies to learn at campuses across the CSU. And, faculty say, they’re loving it.
The California State University will honor four faculty and one staff member for their outstanding commitment to student achievement and contributions in their fields with the Wang Family Excellence Awards. As part of their recognition, honorees will each receive a $20,000 award that is established through a gift from CSU Trustee Emeritus Stanley T. Wang and administered through the CSU Foundation.
A CSU Fullerton marketing professor says “retail rage” is real — and buyers are angrier than ever. An upside to this fury may be job opportunities in brand management.
A new study, led in part by San Jose State researcher Sheryl Ehrman, indicates the virus may be passed on a lot more easily than once thought.