Sharla Berry teaches in a hybrid program and does research on creating inclusive online learning communities.
Q&A

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August 27, 2020

Sharla Berry, an assistant professor of educational leadership and expert in the dynamics of online classes, talks about teaching through and beyond an emergency. It turns out that videoconferencing is exhausting. Are people learning… Read More

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Campus Highlights

Steady and Ready

August 27, 2020

The Swenson Science Center is an essential component of Cal Lutheran’s vision to educate future STEM leaders. Fortunately, California officials declared construction of the $34 million facility essential under COVID-19 restrictions. While… Read More

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Features

Whatever It Took

August 26, 2020

When COVID-19 struck, the Cal Lutheran community met the moment.… Read More

Taiwo Ande started in July as the new associate provost for Educational Effectiveness. Tabatha L. Jones Jolivet was hired this summer to serve as director of the new Ethnic and Race Studies major.
Campus Highlights

Diversity / Equity / Inclusion

August 26, 2020

Cal Lutheran enhances antiracism initiatives.… Read More

Lori E. Varlotta, with 35 years of highereducation experience, will become Cal Lutheran president Sept. 30.
Campus Highlights

Educational Philosopher and Concrete Practitioner

August 26, 2020

Varlotta to lead Cal Lutheran as eighth president.… Read More

Third baseman and then-senior Ryne Yamashiro tripled in his last game before the COVID-19 pandemic ended the Kingmen's season.
Features

‘QuaranTeams’

August 25, 2020

Pandemic stops short championship seasons… Read More

Colleen Robertson, ED '12, recently retired superintendent of the Somis Union School District, greets student Landon Calhoun during a STEM night on the campus before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alumni News

A Mouse in Every House

August 25, 2020

By Colleen Cason Colleen Robertson, EdD ‘ 12, found herself perplexed by an analogy she heard often in early March: If Disneyland was shutting down due to the COVID-19 crisis, why were… Read More

Cal Lutheran alumnus Gabe Laizer fights global hunger in his work with the United Nations.
Vocations

A Chance Encounter

August 25, 2020

Hungry for knowledge, an African youngster entered a door 'Mama Ruth' opened and pursued his path to ending global famine.… Read More

Central Americans proceed into Mexico on foot after crossing the Guatemalan border in October 2018. The migrant caravan’s movements were sensationalized and viewed as threatening by some U.S. news outlets. Professor Fogg asks, How do stories like this look from the migrants’ side? (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
Campus Highlights

Crossings

March 17, 2020

In her new book, professor of religion Julia Lambert Fogg tells the stories of people caught up in the U.S. immigration system, putting today’s stories in dialogue with boundary-crossing by Jesus and… Read More

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Vocations

I see you

March 17, 2020

Because of the people who’ve helped me in my struggles with past trauma, I try to be a person who acknowledges others, and I work to end the silence and stigma around… Read More