Professor receives top teaching award

An international organization for business schools is honoring California Lutheran University professor Vlad Vaiman for best exemplifying teaching excellence among university faculty in the Western United States.

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Nearly 800 receiving bachelor's degrees

California Lutheran University will hold its 2019 Undergraduate Commencement at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 18.

First-generation graduates to keynote

Two first-generation college students who found their career paths as undergraduates at California Lutheran University will speak on behalf of more than 500 people picking up advanced degrees at the 2019 Graduate Commencement on Friday, May 17.

Students documenting nuclear shelters

California Lutheran University students will go door-to-door May 4 in search of Cold War-era nuclear fallout shelters in a Thousand Oaks neighborhood that offered them as a unique option in the early 1960s.

LA deputy mayor to discuss security

Los Angeles’ Deputy Mayor of Public Safety Jeff Gorell will discuss security in the nation’s second largest city at the last event in the California Lutheran University 2018-2019 Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series.

Provost gives $100,000 for scholarships

California Lutheran University Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Leanne Neilson and her husband, George, have donated $100,000 to establish an Emergency Support Scholarship Endowment.

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New light on art

In a spring chemistry course, undergraduates are learning how to uncover forgeries, predict aging, attribute work to a specific artist, preserve ailing pieces and work with restorations.

The losses at tennis did not go to waste

Ventura County Superior Court Judge Ronda McKaig came to trust her own abilities during college, and not first of all in the classroom.

Biographer of the stars

As an observational stellar astrophysicist, assistant professor Mary Oksala uses telescopes located around the globe to tell the full life stories of the biggest, hottest stars.

Their journeys and ours

Under new scholarships, high-achieving undergraduates from foreign countries are broadening the range of perspectives on campus.

Quilts for humanity

"There’s so much color. It’s a powerful image of unity and diversity and love overcoming hate."

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