Lawyer to discuss cannabis challenges

An attorney who has worked on cannabis-related issues since Californians voted to legalize recreational marijuana in 2016 will discuss the industry’s local impact at the California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast in Santa Barbara.

Art activities, therapy free for fire victims

California Lutheran University is offering free art workshops, counseling and presentations designed to help those who have moved past the immediate crisis of wildfires to a stage where they can process the experience and begin healing.   

Swedish consul and entrepreneur dies

Former honorary consul general of Sweden, successful businesswoman and generous California Lutheran University supporter Siri Eliason of Thousand Oaks died Sunday of cancer at age 87. 

New director leading Cal Lutheran MPPA

A professor who has worked for nonprofit, for-profit and government sectors of the United States, India and United Arab Emirates has taken the helm of California Lutheran University’s Master of Public Policy and Administration (MPPA) program.

County economic contraction continues

The California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) released its 2019 Ventura County Economic Forecast on Thursday, Nov. 14. 

Provost honored for academic leadership

The Council of Independent Colleges awarded California Lutheran University Provost Leanne Neilson its 2019 Chief Academic Officer Award.

Cal Lutheran CERF gives 2019 VC forecast

The 2019 Ventura County Economic Forecast Conference will feature analyses of local data and a panel discussion of innovative ideas for improving the region’s economy. The event will also include the Ventura County release of the 2019 Latino Development Collaborative U.S. Latino GDP Report. 

Play recounts revolt by a Spanish village

California Lutheran University is staging a historical play by Spain’s most popular Golden Age playwright that speaks to the power of people to overcome oppression, both then and now. 

Youth leadership efforts to be discussed

A nonprofit leader who has spent his career working to improve underprivileged communities will discuss his current work in Los Angeles at the California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series in Woodland Hills.

Cal Lutheran president to step down

After leading California Lutheran University through more than a decade of growth and success, President Chris Kimball has decided to step down at the end of the academic year.

State's former poet laureate to read verse

A free Oct. 23 event at California Lutheran University will feature a reading and lecture by California’s most recent poet laureate and a choral performance of one of his poems.

Book gives voice to 10 autistic authors

Ten nonspeaking people with autism explain how they found their voices through alternative communication methods in a new book edited by the director of the Autism and Communication Center at California Lutheran University.

Events to mark KCLU's 25th anniversary

KCLU Radio will mark the 25th anniversary of its launch with events in Santa Barbara and Thousand Oaks

Latinos' economic output quantified

Researchers from California Lutheran University’s Center for Economic Research and Forecasting and the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine released the 2019 Latino Development Collaborative U.S. Latino GDP Report today. 

Cal Lutheran students to present research

More than 60 of California Lutheran University’s top undergraduates will present their findings at the 16th Annual Student Research Symposium on Saturday, Oct. 12.

Cal Lutheran starts cybersecurity program

California Lutheran University has launched a graduate program in cybersecurity to help fill the growing demand for professionals who can safeguard organizations' technology systems.

University adds ethnic/race studies major

California Lutheran University is adding an ethnic and race studies major to help students gain a deeper understanding of communities of color in the United States and build cultural competence in working with diverse groups.

US News ranks Cal Lutheran 9th in West

California Lutheran University has jumped to its highest spot ever in the U.S. News Best Colleges rankings, ninth among regional universities in the West.

Cal Lutheran welcomes new students

More than 900 new California Lutheran University students will descend on a campus humming with construction this weekend.

City manager panel to discuss challenges

Four city managers will discuss current challenges and opportunities at the first event in the California Lutheran University 2019-2020 Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series. 

Exhibit pushes printmaking boundaries

An art exhibit that expands the concept of prints to include those on porcelain, recycled wood and even melting ice has taken over both of the galleries at California Lutheran University.

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.


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