The Board of Regents of California Lutheran University has named John Sladek, Ph.D., as CLU's President and Chief Executive Officer.
Christopher Kimball, Ph.D., is the new Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at California Lutheran University.
California Lutheran University has been ranked 17th on the U.S.News & World Report list of top schools in the West (from Texas to the West Coast) offering quality bachelor's and master's degrees.
Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center — The four-decades dream of a new athletic center came true last month when the finishing touches on Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center construction were completed and faculty and staff moved in.
The Rev. Dr. Howard Wennes, who recently stepped down as Interim President of California Lutheran University, was one of several dignitaries presented with honorary doctorates by Lutheran University of India.
CLU's landmark statue of Martin Luther is back on firm footing since reconstruction of the base was completed in May.
The CLU Community Leaders Association's 2006 auction, set to the theme "Passport to the World," will be held Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza in Westlake Village.
CLU conferred its first Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degrees on 13 candidates at the 2006 Commencement exercises in May.
Mariclare and Marvin Suomi of Beverly Hills, parents of three small children, have pledged a $500,000 gift for the construction of a new Early Childhood Center on CLU's north campus.
John Dillon of Thousand Oaks was awarded the 2006 Mark Van Doren Poetry Prize at the Honors Day Convocation in April.
The California Lutheran University Choir conducted by Wyant Morton is pleased to announce the release of two new recordings.
For most people, the mention of Iraq conjures up thoughts of war and destruction. But, for a group of CLU musicians and their conductor, the mention of Iraq brings to mind a band without instruments or music to play.
The Board of Regents has granted tenure and promotions to two professors and promotions to five others.
Along with a new president and new provost, 17 new faculty members started the fall semester on Aug. 30.