Meet some CSU students who made the decision to return to school and persevere in earning their degree.
New and soon-to-be CSU graduates are well positioned to navigate the post-COVID economy with resilience.
When the earth shakes, there’s a chance the walls will come tumbling down. CSU engineering faculty are working to make sure California’s structures can withstand the quaking.
Supporting its mission of public service, the CSU is hosting COVID vaccination clinics statewide to help end the pandemic.
As the health crisis appears to plateau, CSU faculty and students continue to pool their time, talents and resources to fight the spread.
Annual Wang Family Excellence Awards honor extraordinary dedication and contributions in teaching, scholarship and service to CSU students.
Exemplary faculty and students from Cal State Fullerton, CSUN and Sacramento State were honored during the virtual university-wide symposium.
CSU geology experts study the active land California inhabits to better understand earthquakes and predict the location and intensity of future temblors.
As we bid 2020 farewell–perhaps with a sigh of relief–we reflect on the year’s joys and accomplishments despite the challenges.
2020 has been one of the most daunting years for California businesses. But as small business owners continue to push forward through economic challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, several allies across the state are there to help–many ancho…