In the News


  • Cal Lutheran grad students number 1,220
    Wed September 9, 2020

    The pandemic and the temporary move to virtual classes have had no impact on overall interest in California Lutheran University’s graduate programs, with enrollment remaining the same as last year at about 1,225 students at the start of the fall term.

  • Speaker to address dealing with eco-grief
    Tue March 3, 2020

    An expert on ecological grief, also known as eco-grief or climate grief, will give a free public talk at California Lutheran University on building the emotional resilience needed to deal with environmental loss and work toward a sustainable future.

  • Hope in all climates
    Mon November 25, 2019

    From Cal Lutheran's seminary in Berkeley, Cynthia Moe-Lobeda helps people in faith communities and secular society to be agents of justice.

  • Clean-energy expert to speak at breakfast
    Mon February 25, 2019

    A Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) executive who oversaw a four-county energy innovation initiative will speak at the next California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast.

  • Clothing swap highlights exhibit message
    Thu February 14, 2019

    California Lutheran University is hosting a free clothing swap in conjunction with an art exhibit that examines the harmful effects of fast fashion.

  • 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.

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