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.
For the mission that put the Curiosity rover on Mars last August, Jim Bodie ’98, M.S. ’06, and a small team of engineers were responsible for testing the terminal descent sensor, the crucial radar system that guided the rover’s descent.
The Office of Campus Ministry is offering a new menu of suggestions designed to provide a pause, or mini-Sabbath, for the whole CLU community on Thursday mornings at 11:15 – or whenever you can find a moment. University Pastor Melissa Maxwell-Doherty and senior Jesse McClain, last year’s Associated Students of CLU president, have worked for [...]
In August, Regals coach Debby Day became the first woman to pitch a winning game at the NAFA World Series, the largest event in men’s softball.
The young entrepreneur founded Neutral Dive Gear, a scuba diving lifestyle apparel brand, which he still owns and operates. He currently is Web marketing director at Bed|Stü, a footwear and accessories company headquartered in Camarillo.
A communication major with an emphasis in journalism, Heather Taylor ’10 didn’t expect to be supervising her own CLU interns two years after graduation.
Tricia Johnson ’11 took an interest in sustainable development as a volunteer with Amigos de las Américas in Nicaragua, where she lived with a host family and facilitated community-based projects.