Posts Tagged ‘2012 Spring’
Museums cannot decide by themselves how to tell indigenous communities’ stories.
When Edlyn Vallejo Peña, a specialist in equity and inclusion in higher education, learned that her son had autism, she set out both to understand his world and to push for faster change at universities.
The number of military veterans enrolled at CLU has tripled in three years, as troops return and Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits kick in. Communication major Jeanette Zimmerman and other veterans are working on a smooth transition.
If you catch the CLU campus looking and feeling like an all-outdoor space, or maybe a great green indoors, the credit goes to a coastal climate and CLU’s first architect.
A $1.2 million federal award will help put 48 teachers for deaf and hard-of-hearing students through CLU’s Graduate School of Education.