Archive for December, 2011
Over the last decade, the Graduate School of Education has conferred advanced degrees and teaching or counseling credentials on a series of former Migrant Education Program students who are now using their CLU training to serve current migrant learners in Ventura County.
Something happened under the new William Rolland Stadium lights on Oct. 1, and by some accounts what happened wasn’t just memorable football.
North of Olsen Road, the newest symbols of CLU are a 70-foot clock tower and a 7-foot-2-inch bronze football player. The specially commissioned statue, titled “Heading for the End Zone,” greets visitors to CLU’s new $8.9 million stadium and art gallery.
The CIA shows its academic side in a pioneering collaboration with history and political science majors to analyze declassified documents from the Reagan years.
In the Los Angeles film and television music scene, Marshall Bowen has worked as arranger, orchestrator, conductor, copyist, proofreader and librarian with top professionals on hundreds of projects.
Bettina Hodel brings her own case studies of mentally ill prisoners at Atascadero State Hospital to graduate psychology courses.
Edgar Terry’s demanding day job all comes back to economics, particularly in the evenings.
Realist painter Tony Pro moved his studio this fall to CLU, where he teaches basic design and mentors students on careers in art.
Announcing the Athletic Hall of Fame 2011: Mariko “Mo” Coverdale ’06, Cathy (Fulkerson ’82) Waltrip, Tim Lins ’85, M.A. ’94, Justin Muth ’01 and Doug Rihn ’76.
The CLU Alumni Association Board of Directors is pleased to recognize Ronald Scrofano as the 2011 Outstanding Young Alumnus.