Thousand Oaks campus
The Center for Global Engagement will host activities to celebrate Lunar New Year.
Join us for an evening of networking with Cal Lutheran students, faculty, staff and ICMA (International City/County Management Association) members.
Join us for a 30-minute organ concert of Baroque music from composers such as Bach, Buxtehude, Telemann, Pachelbel and more presented by university organist Adan Fernández.
Margo Groenewoud, PhD, is a Dutch Caribbean lecturer who talks about interactions between the Dutch and the Spanish-speaking Caribbean were mostly centered on business transactions and labor migrations, resulting in various forms of cultural exchange.
Join the Graduate School of Education for a virtual event on Cal Lutheran’s Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership program, admission requirements, financial aid and course offerings. Attendees will receive an application fee waiver.
Join Alexander Balkin, an expert in federal policy and operations, for an examination of the Federal budget process, current Federal spending and debt, and a discussion of how public spending reflects public policy and national values.
Join the artists, Brian Paumier and Vanessa Wallace-Gonzales, at a reception for "Sacred Residue." The exhibition runs through Saturday, March 25.
After two years of taking place online, the 2023 symposium will be an in-person event that will feature talks on Scandinavian design, with topics ranging from contemporary architecture to furniture and ceramics.
This conference will present a comprehensive socio-economic profile of undocumented immigrants and their regional and statewide economic impacts in each of the two counties and statewide.
The Syrinx Reed Quintet, an ensemble of five teaching artists from across the nation including faculty member Micah Wright, clarinet, brings a new voice to the Southern California chamber music scene.