In the News
- Drought documentary to be screened
Tue April 10, 2018
A documentary on California’s historic drought produced by a California Lutheran University professor and his students will be screened on April 18 as part of Thousand Oaks’ Arbor/Earth Month celebration.
- Cal Lutheran research in Shark Week
Wed July 5, 2017
Research conducted by a California Lutheran University marine biologist into the DNA of great white sharks will be featured in Shark Week’s kickoff episode this summer.
- First-of-its-kind water market launches
Tue June 13, 2017
California’s first formal, centralized market for individual landowners to buy and sell groundwater has been launched on the Oxnard Plain, and the United States Department of Agriculture has awarded a $1.9 million grant to expand the pilot project later this year.
- Students create mini exhibit on oceans
Tue April 4, 2017
A small interactive exhibit created by California Lutheran University students to educate people on the state of the world’s oceans will be on display April 22 through May 13.
- A dry spell to remember
Fri March 17, 2017
Ramifications of and local responses to California's worst drought in a millennium are the subject of a documentary by two students and a professor.
- Food for worms
Fri March 17, 2017
Vermicomposting is the latest piece of a strategy to discard less and grow more on campus – toward a food system we can live with.
- Expert will discuss the future of food
Thu February 2, 2017
Food systems of the future and the ethical questions they raise will be the topic of free lectures at California Lutheran University.
- Great work of our time
Wed November 30, 2016
As the Reformation turns 500, some see the climate crisis as cause for a new one.
- Environmentalist to discuss global warming
Wed September 14, 2016
An environmentalist will give a free public presentation at California Lutheran University as part of the First-Year Experience program.
- There are holes in our buckets: Q&A with Andy Pattison
Wed November 5, 2014
Everything you can do to save water helps, as long as you start with the big things, explains Andy Pattison, a visiting instructor in the Master of Public Policy and Administration program.