A neurologist and MBA alumnus says that advances in computers and imaging will transform the treatment of brain diseases. Dr. Lorne S. Label will speak on campus April 10 at the third annual Cell Biology Symposium.
Terry Rommereim ’78, M.Div. ’86, makes his rounds on a Friday morning at the VA hospital in Fresno.
Terry Spehar-Fahey, who teaches drawing, watercolor and a course titled Art and Psychology, used her painting to emerge from major depression.
Born with cystic fibrosis, Scott Klein ’90 was already living beyond his life expectancy when he started ice hockey at age 4. He stayed with the sport – in college, on the day after his father died, and throughout the biggest second chance of his life.
High-level athletes are remarkable human beings. I ought to know. But my experience with cancer and the example of other survivors have taught me most of what I know about strength.
Dr. Laureen L. (Spinas ’83) Hill was part of the team that successfully treated the first two U.S. Ebola patients. Now she advises far-flung colleagues on how to run a department during an outbreak.
While exposing a lot of unmet need, the Web and online social networks offer new twists on old ways to help friends, family and also strangers.
During dry years, farms and cities depend even more than usual on sources of water far beneath our feet. Graduates of Cal Lutheran’s geology, MBA and public policy programs are working to keep fresh water in the ground now and for the future.
An 8-year-old soccer lover and cancer survivor joins the Kingsmen team, with help from a former player.
Erin Boettcher ’11 monitors purification systems at schools and a training program to help women in Somali refugee camps protect themselves and their families from water-borne diseases.