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.
California Lutheran University is looking for minority-owned businesses that would like free advice from graduating MBA students for tackling challenges they are facing.
California Lutheran University is launching a minor in public health to help fill the growing need for professionals skilled at promoting well-being, particularly in diverse communities.
Three students are spearheading projects to increase awareness of systemic racism in health care, the media and the workplace as recipients of new fellowships launched by California Lutheran University in partnership with community organizations.
The 2020 Ventura County Economic Forecast will include in-depth analyses of the region and possible roads to recovery, as well as the effect of the election on California's political landscape.
Lacey J. Davidson, a visiting assistant professor of philosophy, believes philosophy is an active, living practice that can further honest, productive dialogue on race.
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.
Ramsey Abushahla ’16 heads Urban Pitch, a website that works to connect the world to the culture and street voice of soccer.
In search of a new class of antibiotics, a Cal Lutheran team takes advantage of its digs in Swenson Science Center.