Volcano ID'd as culprit in cooling event

A new California Lutheran University faculty member is the lead author of a study published today that helps solve a scientific mystery about the cause of a pronounced period of global cooling in the sixth century.

Int'l admissions director honored for work

California Lutheran University’s director of international admission received the Distinguished Service Award from the International Association for College Admission Counseling (IACAC).

Expert examines college retention for men

A California Lutheran University faculty member co-authored a just-released book on addressing the difficulties that men from underrepresented groups encounter in college, and he will discuss the topic during a livestreamed interview next week.

Festival features 'Richard II' for first time

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company will present “Richard II” for the first time in its history this summer, with women playing many of the traditional male roles.

KCLU journalist wins 5th national award

KCLU Radio News Director Lance Orozco will receive his fifth national award for excellence in journalism on June 21 in Washington, D.C.

Shakespeare festival starts with comedy

The 23rd Annual Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival will start on a light note with a staging of the comedy "The Merry Wives of Windsor."

Top Cal Lutheran teaching honor awarded

A political science professor who sends her students into the community to study issues and advocate for solutions has received California Lutheran University’s highest teaching honor.

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.

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.

Cal Lutheran presents epic 'Pirate Queen'

The departments of music and of theater and dance at California Lutheran University are joining forces to present "The Pirate Queen," an epic musical adventure featuring two powerful women of the 16th century.

Cal Lutheran wins national theater honors

The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival awarded California Lutheran University’s “columbinus” a Distinguished Performance and Production Ensembles Award and a Citizen Artist Award. This is the first time a Cal Lutheran production has won national awards.

Scandinavian Festival slated April 6-7

The largest Nordic festival in Southern California will return to California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on April 6 and 7.

Artists to transform Cal Lutheran concrete

Some of California’s most talented sidewalk artists will transform flat concrete pathways across California Lutheran University into colorful masterpieces on April 1 and 2.

International art gathering returns to Ventura

After traveling to the Netherlands in 2017 and Miami in 2018, The Representational Art Conference is returning to the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach, where two California Lutheran University faculty members launched it seven years ago. 

Hack-a-thon to seek autism solutions

Teams will compete to design the most creative solutions to challenges faced by people on the autism spectrum during a free event at California Lutheran University.

Clean-energy expert to speak at breakfast

A Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) executive who oversaw a four-county energy innovation initiative will speak at the next California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast.

Cal Lutheran to add film and TV major

California Lutheran University is launching a film and TV major in fall in response to strong student interest in related classes, activities and careers.

Clothing swap highlights exhibit message

California Lutheran University is hosting a free clothing swap in conjunction with an art exhibit that examines the harmful effects of fast fashion.

Cal Lutheran, MATES form unique alliance

California Lutheran University and Meadows Arts and Technology Elementary School (MATES) have formed a unique partnership to provide undergraduates with more fieldwork opportunities and the public charter school staff and students with additional support and resources.

New options for Cal Lutheran commuters

At the request of commuter students, California Lutheran University is offering traditional undergraduate classes at off-campus centers for the first time this semester.

Cal Lutheran's 'columbinus' is festival pick

California Lutheran University has been invited to stage "columbinus" at the Region VIII Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, a particularly meaningful honor after the Borderline shooting rocked the campus and curtailed the originally scheduled public performances.


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