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Take a Look Inside City Management With CSULB’s Notable Speakers Series

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Two officials from the City of Long Beach will lead an interactive discussion on Inside City Management: A Discussion of the Structure and Practice of Long Beach City Management at the next Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) Notable Speaker Series. David Gonzalez, Long Beach’s leadership and organizational development manager, and Tom Modica, the city’s manager [...]

Fusion: A Performance of Dance and Live Orchestra


Six musical masterpieces performed by a full orchestra, contemporary dance, and multimedia come together in Fusion: A Performance of Dance and Live Orchestra. For the first time in the history of the College of the Arts, the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music and the Department of Dance collaborate on a concert that brings cutting-edge choreography [...]

Two Guards Sign Letters of Intent to Play Basketball at LB State

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Long Beach State men’s basketball coach Dan Monson announced on Wednesday the signing of two high school players to National Letters of Intent. Michael Caffey (Centennial HS/Corona, Calif.) and Shaquille Hunter (Villa Park HS/Villa Park, Calif.) will join the 49ers next fall after finishing their senior seasons. “We feel like we got two really good [...]

Strega Nona the Musical at Carpenter Center


Strega Nona the Musical, based on the popular books by Tomie de Paola and set to a fresh, original score, will be performed at Carpenter Center on Sunday, December 5, 2010. Strega Nona is the musical tale of a friendly magical witch with a funny name who strives to cure the ills of her tiny [...]

CSULB Professor to Discuss Promising Research into Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment at CNSM Fellows Colloguium on Nov. 16

Vasanthy Narayanaswami Promising Research into Alzheimer's Disease Treatment

The degenerative brain condition of Alzheimer’s disease currently affects more than 5.3 million Americans and could occur in more than 25 million people worldwide by 2025, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Alzheimer’s researcher Vasanthy Narayanaswami, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), is among scientists [...]

Grant will Help LB Math Teachers Improve Student Learning Experience


Cal State Long Beach Gets Nearly $1 Million CPEC Grant to Work with Local Algebra Teachers, Increase Students’ Achievement The California Postsecondary Education Commission (CPEC) has awarded Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) a four-year, $996,284 grant for a project that will have university professors working with algebra teachers from five Long Beach high schools in an effort to [...]

Port Grants $4.7M to Schools, Youth Centers for Cleaner Air

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Port of Long Beach officials have kicked off the first round of a new community grants program with approval of $4.7 million for 73 projects designed to improve air quality for Long Beach children. The grant program helps schools, day-care centers and other youth facilities to install air-filtration systems and additional improvements that can control [...]

Graduate Student at California State University, Long Beach Among Winners of 2010 Minerva Scholarships Presented at Women’s Conference

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Patrice Collins, a graduate student at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), was named one of 20 recipients of the 2010 Minerva Scholarships, which seek to meet the needs of dedicated college students and assist outstanding California women in their pursuit of higher education. The $5,000 awards were announced by California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and [...]

Looking for a Future Career? Prepare Now with No-Cost Training In Environmental Safety or Construction

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The Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network’s hands-on Environmental Safety and Remediation Training Program and Construction Skills Training Program will begin new training sessions soon. Federal funding provides training at no cost to the participants. To find out details, interested individuals should attend an orientation session at 4:00 p.m. on November 3 at the Career Transition [...]

Pre-season Poll Picks 49ers to Place Second in Men’s Basketball

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The Long Beach State men’s basketball team has been picked to finish second in a vote of the Big West Conference’s media, while LBSU juniors T.J. Robinson and Casper Ware were named to the preseason all-league team. The 49ers received 180 points and two first-place votes, trailing only preseason favorite UC Santa Barbara’s 204 points [...]

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