Cal Lutheran plans in-person graduation

California Lutheran University will honor 2020 and 2021 graduates at drive-in, in-person ceremonies attended by their classmates and families at the Ventura County Fairgrounds.

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Cal Lutheran presents poet laureate series

California Lutheran University is presenting a free three-part webinar series on U.S. poets laureate that will include a reading by one of the writers.

AmeriCorps Fellows begin county service

California Lutheran University’s first AmeriCorps Civic Action Fellows have begun serving low-income and immigrant populations throughout Ventura County as part of a first-in-the-nation program.

Cal Lutheran SOM receives accreditation

The international Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) has granted California Lutheran University's School of Management full accreditation without conditions. 

Donor redirects $4.8M for immediate impact

In response to the economic challenges spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, former Hughes executive Steven Dorfman has decided to redirect $4.8 million donated to the California Lutheran University School of Management in order to immediately support students and entrepreneurship. 

Networking on virtual breakfast menu

California Lutheran University’s first virtual Corporate Leaders Breakfast will provide a rare opportunity for face-to-face networking during the pandemic, allowing participants to hop from “table to table” to talk to the people they chose.

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"Slow it down"

Lacey J. Davidson, a visiting assistant professor of philosophy, believes philosophy is an active, living practice that can further honest, productive dialogue on race.

Sharing the vision

Cal Lutheran’s new president, Lori E. Varlotta, understands the vision, and sometimes pain, necessary to bring about change. She arrived on Sept. 1 to three major challenges: a global pandemic that limits in-person instruction; national social unrest that intensified calls for greater equity for students, faculty and staff of color; and a budget shortfall that required immediate, tough decisions.

Teaching with a tech twist

Faculty and students up their game as learning continues mostly online during the fall semester.

Style points

Ramsey Abushahla ’16 heads Urban Pitch, a website that works to connect the world to the culture and street voice of soccer.

How to thwart an iron thief

In search of a new class of antibiotics, a Cal Lutheran team takes advantage of its digs in Swenson Science Center.

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