Top Cal Lutheran teaching honor awarded

A criminology and criminal justice professor committed to helping students learn by serving the community has received California Lutheran University’s highest teaching honor.

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Class of 2022 commencement is May 14

California Lutheran University will hold its 2022 Traditional Undergraduate Commencement at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 14. 

Graduate, Professionals ceremony slated

California Lutheran University will hold its 2022 Graduate and Professionals Commencement at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 14. 

Musical pairs Shakespeare and '90s rock

Shakespeare meets Green Day in an original musical parody of "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" that will be performed April 28 through May 1 at California Lutheran University.

Cal Lutheran gets its largest NSF grant

California Lutheran University received its largest National Science Foundation grant to date — $307,486 for a biologist and her students to study sexual selection in tiny Brazilian squirrel monkeys.

Female composers focus of concert, debut CD

A recital of cello and piano music at California Lutheran University will consist entirely of works written by female composers.

Angel City FC will train at Cal Lutheran

Today, Angel City Football Club (ACFC) announced that California Lutheran University will serve as the inaugural training site for the National Women’s Soccer League team.

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With community backing, students take on racism

Community Scholars for Black Lives (CSBL) is a result of the current vice president of university advancement, Regina D. Biddings-Muro, EdD, and a former university staff member, Kelly D. Owens, PhD, who’s continued to lend her support. Thanks to the involvement of community and industry partners working to advance Black people in Ventura County, the program allows students to put their proposals for fighting systemic racism into action.

Women of the world unite

In the last four years, Cal Lutheran has welcomed young women from Palestine, Tanzania and Poland under the International Women Leaders (IWL) program. The Chicago-based organization identifies scholarship candidates through Lutheran churches in low-income countries.

Culture under close examination

Undergraduate student merges her passion for art and chemistry by researching the Ellsworth La Boyteaux Collection of New Guinea Artifacts to better understand the ceremonial practices of their makers.

Cal Lutheran takes leading role in teachers’ on-the-job training

Teacher candidates join forces with veteran teachers at local partner schools to gain the experience and professional development needed to excel in education.

Success story

Six years after it was launched, Cal Lutheran's Hub 101 is thriving.

Making the most of it

Cal Lutheran professors who took sabbaticals during the pandemic might have had to shift projects or plans, but they emerged energized and more enlightened.

A positive impact

Of all her many accomplishments during her 24 years at Cal Lutheran, Juanita Hall is proudest of making a difference in people’s lives.

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