New VP for advancement

Regina D. Biddings-Muro is the new vice president for university advancement at California Lutheran University.

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Cal Lutheran offers new graduate degree

California Lutheran University is launching a master’s degree in management, providing non-business majors with a convenient and effective way to acquire the skills they need to advance in their fields.

Cal Lutheran in new student transfer pact

California Lutheran University is joining with 35 other independent universities in California to provide a guaranteed pathway for community college students wanting to transfer to their institutions.

Cal Lutheran launches $1 million program

Several of the first participants in a $1.16 million federally funded California Lutheran University effort to diversify the pool of people with doctorates will present their research at UCLA this week in an important step toward graduate studies.

Cal Lutheran students research at CERN

Three California Lutheran University physics majors concluded three weeks at one of the world’s largest and most respected centers for scientific research, contributing to a massive project examining the makeup of the universe, on Saturday.

Kingsmen season concludes with 'Othello'

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company will close its 22nd season with "Othello," a popular play that has become even more so as the world grapples with some of its central issues.

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Open space

The Inside-Out Prison Exchange program brings college students and inmates together as peers and helps both groups to find their voices.

School for headliners

Producers are artists and stars in the modern music industry, with business acumen.

Staying alive

Jackson slowly found the footing to pursue his passions, including his charitable his Heroes and Zeroes Initiative.

Leave the Bentley, take the degree

A case study in both grit and gratitude, Allison Clago ’18 began her undergraduate work at Cal Lutheran 38 years ago. Instead of satisfying whims, she’s repaid debts with loads of interest.

Common charity

A native of India who has worked in Dubai and Washington, D.C., assistant professor of management Sabith Khan sees answers to American problems in our acts of generosity.

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