Archive for the ‘Campus Highlights’ Category
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will accept and catalog a collection of items owned by the late mother of a CLU librarian and Ed.D. alumnus.
The Chemistry Department will receive a $500,000 grant for summer fellowships from the John Stauffer Charitable Trust, but only if alumni and friends match that amount within four years.
Gerhard Apfelthaler collects cautionary tales of international business ‘sins.’
The first cohort of seven students in CLU’s first program north of Ventura County, a one-year master’s degree in educational leadership, graduate in May.
The task of preparing more than 20 singers and instrumentalists to stage CLU’s first full-length opera over four nights fell to a mother and daughter, both alumnae, who often work as a musical team.
In Texas and the Midlands of England, two artists who paint women almost exclusively had to stop and consider what to do about “The Man Show.” The exhibit features 13 artists and runs through April 18 at the Kwan Fong Gallery.
Last year Troy Tittlemier of Palmdale, Calif., told his girlfriend that she would have to read the admission letter aloud to him when it finally came from CLU, because he wouldn’t be able to look.
A CLU Graduate School of Education initiative to use drama techniques to teach any school subject won this year’s Ventura County Arts Council Art Stars Award for Arts Education.
Within days of the death on Aug. 2 of John “Jack” B. Gilbert, 91, his wife, Carol, and son, Rod, were back on campus extending his generosity to CLU.
Enrollment at CLU stands at an all-time high of 2,804 undergraduates and 1,401 graduate students. That’s more than a 100-student increase from last year.