Gallery explores work of art detectives

An exhibit about the investigations of art detectives will provide hands-on experiences for California Lutheran University chemistry students and the public.

Center to boost global engagement opens

An associate provost has joined the California Lutheran University staff to oversee a new Center for Global Engagement and expand efforts to offer students international perspectives.

Cal Lutheran county forecast rescheduled

California Lutheran University’s Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) has rescheduled its 2018 Ventura County Economic Forecast Conference for Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Cal Lutheran president emeritus dies

Former California Lutheran University President Mark A. Mathews died Saturday in Santa Barbara at the age of 92.

Students present Columbine-inspired play

With school shootings on the minds of today’s youth, California Lutheran University students are presenting a play sparked by the 1999 Columbine High School massacre in Colorado.

Arete celebrates 10th season with concert

Areté Vocal Ensemble is marking the start of its 10th season by performing the music of several living California composers.

Cal Lutheran receives largest single gift

Former Hughes Electronics Vice Chairman Steve Dorfman is making the largest single gift in the history of California Lutheran University, pledging $6 million toward the construction of a building for the School of Management.

Deputy Mayor Gorell to discuss LA 2028

Los Angeles’ Deputy Mayor of Public Safety Jeff Gorell will discuss security for the 2028 Summer Olympics at the next California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast. 

Cal Lutheran CERF gives 2018 VC forecast

The 2018 Ventura County Economic Forecast Conference will feature analyses of local data, the Nov. 6 election results and the economic contributions of Latinos.

Cal Lutheran receives $1M to help pastors

California Lutheran University has been awarded nearly $1 million from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help pastors and church leaders throughout 14 Western states avoid burnout and thrive in their ministries.

Award-winning student film to be shown

An award-winning film that a California Lutheran University student helped produce will be shown at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, on the Thousand Oaks campus.

Students present D&D dramatic comedy

California Lutheran University’s Theatre and Dance Department is presenting free performances of a dramatic comedy set within a game of Dungeons & Dragons. 

Generous Cal Lutheran donor dies

James Swenson, one of California Lutheran University’s most generous donors and a longtime regent, died Oct. 5 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. 

Female music pros to discuss their careers

A panel of prominent women in the music industry will discuss their diverse careers and their views on the changing face of the music industry during a free public event at California Lutheran University.

Urbane Cafe CEO to speak at Cal Lutheran

The founder of Urbane Cafe and two other California Lutheran University alumni will share their paths to success at an event designed to help students connect with business leaders.

Cal Lutheran hosts zombie 'Thriller' dance

For the fifth year in a row, zombies will invade the California Lutheran University campus in the name of charity as part of the synchronized performances across the globe known as Thrill the World.

Cal Lutheran students to present research

Fifty of California Lutheran University’s top undergraduates will present their findings at the 15th Annual Student Research Symposium on Saturday, Oct. 20.

Fire-inspired art exhibit at Cal Lutheran

An exhibit that highlights the effect of flames on landscapes and cultures will be on display at California Lutheran University from Oct. 19 through Jan. 10.

Cal Lutheran gets $6.5M in federal grants

California Lutheran University has been awarded more than $6 million in federal grants to implement two new programs --- one to increase the number of Latinos and other underrepresented students who graduate from college and the other to increase the number who earn teaching credentials.

Cal Lutheran biologist on 'Science Friday'

A California Lutheran University biologist will discuss her field studies of squirrel monkeys in her native Brazil during an episode of the nationally distributed public radio show “Science Friday” to be broadcast live from KCLU in Thousand Oaks on Friday, Oct. 12.

Kinko's founder to speak to entrepreneurs

Kinko's founder Paul Orfalea will discuss the philosophy he credits for his success in business and life at the next event in California Lutheran University’s Entrepreneurship Speaker Series.

Event to help college students with autism

College students with autism and professionals who work with them will provide advice at a conference on Saturday, Oct. 6, designed to help this growing population of students in higher education.

Exhibit looks at maps as art and science

Both the science and art of maps are highlighted in the collection of a local resident on exhibit at California Lutheran University.

Panel to discuss the state of local media

Editors and reporters will discuss the state of local media at the first event in the California Lutheran University 2018-2019 Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series. 

Cal Lutheran greets record freshman class

California Lutheran University is expecting its largest freshman class ever, with nearly 700 enrolled for this fall.

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