Int'l scholar awarded endowed position

California Lutheran University has named longtime faculty member Gregory K. Freeland to the endowed Uyeno-Tseng Professorship in Global Studies. 

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Executives to discuss social responsibility

Company executives will discuss employee-driven corporate social responsibility at the final event in California Lutheran University’s 2020-2021 Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series.

State approves bilingual teaching program

As the result of a rare interdisciplinary collaboration between undergraduate and graduate programs, California Lutheran University has become one of the first institutions in California where undergraduate students can begin earning their bilingual teaching authorization through coursework.

2020 grads return to celebrate in person

One year after the pandemic forced California Lutheran University to hold commencement virtually, more than 300 members of the Class of 2020 will return to celebrate their achievements at an in-person ceremony just for them.

Top Cal Lutheran teaching honor awarded

A faculty member who has prompted many students to engage in advanced studies of Spanish and Latin American culture has received California Lutheran University’s highest teaching honor.

Graduate, Professionals ceremony May 15

California Lutheran University will hold its 2021 Graduate and Professionals Commencement in person at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 15, at the Ventura County Fairgrounds in Ventura.

Nearly 700 receiving bachelor's degrees

California Lutheran University will hold its 2021 Traditional Undergraduate Commencement in person at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 8, at the Ventura County Fairgrounds in Ventura. 

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Major Impact

New public health minor helps students promote well-being in diverse communities.

Searching for humanity in a digital ecosystem

A pilot course in the School of Management follows the path that shoppers and clients take online.

Accept the Challenge

Alumnus Wes McCurtis’14 learned to embrace life’s lessons — including failures, because you never know where they might take you.

A Lens on Equity

In the recently published “Leading While Female,” author Trudy T. Arriaga, associate dean of equity and outreach and Distinguished Educator in Residence in Cal Lutheran’s Graduate School of Education, and co-authors Stacie L. Stanley and Delores B. Lindsey aim to help both female and male educational leaders close the gender equity gap in schools.

Unexpected honor

For her years of painstaking work and her contribution to science, alumna Kathleen Ritterbush ’06 has ancient ammonite named after her.

Public service

AmeriCorps program helps students engage with the community, develop professional skills and earn money for college.

Expanding Awareness

New Community Scholars for Black Lives program is part of Cal Lutheran’s commitment to service and justice.

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