Cal Lutheran CERF to present VC forecast

The California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research and Forecasting will share its once-a-year Ventura County forecast during a seminar from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Serra Center.

Event connects students, business leaders

Four California Lutheran University alumni who graduated between one and four decades ago will share their success stories at an event that helps students connect with business leaders.

Cal Lutheran launches building campaign

California Lutheran University has raised $20.8 million toward the $30 million it needs to build a new state-of-the-art science building and is now launching the public phase of the campaign to bring in the final dollars. 

Muslim college buys seminary campus

The hilltop property where a Lutheran seminary stood for 65 years before moving downtown will now house a Muslim college.

Cal Lutheran receives $195,000 NSF grant

The National Science Foundation awarded two members of the California Lutheran University faculty a $195,000 grant to work with undergraduate students to research proteins that enable pathogenic bacteria to thrive.

Drug company chiefs to discuss biotech

Top executives of three drug development companies will discuss biotechnology at the first event in the California Lutheran University 2017-2018 Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series. 

Cal Lutheran undergrad numbers hit high

The fall semester begins this week at California Lutheran University, where the largest undergraduate student body to date will find a new $8 million William Rolland Art Center open for classes.

'Caesar' to go on after director's death

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company is mourning the unexpected death of John Slade, who was directing this summer’s production of “Julius Caesar,” but the show will go on with the festival’s founder stepping in to bring his colleague’s vision to the stage.

Grants fund Cal Lutheran student research

California Lutheran University has awarded grants to 30 undergraduate students so they can spend the summer researching questions ranging from why Brazilian squirrel monkeys wash their hands and feet in their urine to whether the gut bacteria in green sweat bees on Santa Rosa Island differ from that in those living on the mainland. 

Cal Lutheran research in Shark Week

Research conducted by a California Lutheran University marine biologist into the DNA of great white sharks will be featured in Shark Week’s kickoff episode this summer.

'Julius Caesar' closes Kingsmen season

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival will close its 21st season with a modern-day “Julius Caesar” featuring a female Cassius among other gender-swapped and untraditionally cast roles.

KCLU journalist wins 3rd national award

KCLU Radio News Director Lance Orozco received a national award for excellence in journalism on Friday.

First-of-its-kind water market launches

California’s first formal, centralized market for individual landowners to buy and sell groundwater has been launched on the Oxnard Plain, and the United States Department of Agriculture has awarded a $1.9 million grant to expand the pilot project later this year. 

Bard festival opens with early comedy

The 21st season of the Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival will open with one of the Bard’s early comedies.

Cal Lutheran hosts Shakespeare art show

William Shakespeare-inspired art will be exhibited this summer at California Lutheran University while the annual Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival takes place on the Thousand Oaks campus.

Class has record number of valedictorians

California Lutheran University’s Class of 2017 has four valedictorians among its traditional undergraduates graduating Saturday, more students sharing the honor than in any previous year.

Dragon Boat Festival to be held May 20

The second annual Dragon Boat Festival will be held at California Lutheran University at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 20.

Top Cal Lutheran teaching honor awarded

California Lutheran University faculty members honored one of their own for her enthusiasm and dedication as a teacher and adviser.

4 professors named emeriti

Four professors with a combined total of 150 years of service to California Lutheran University are retiring in May.

Cal Lutheran educator wins state honor

The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) has named California Lutheran University faculty member Trudy Tuttle Arriaga its Professor of Education of the Year.

Cal Lutheran presents free dance concert

A performance highlighting California Lutheran University’s growing dance program, which will be marked by the addition of a minor in fall, will be presented on Friday, May 5, and Saturday, May 6.

Cal Lutheran presents free jazz concert

Student jazz musicians from California Lutheran University will present a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4, in Overton Hall on the Thousand Oaks campus.

Holocaust Memorial creator to speak

A scholar, rabbi and filmmaker who played a leading role in the creation of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., will speak at the California Lutheran University Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemoration on Sunday, April 30.

Public invited to startup competition finals

The public is invited to watch California Lutheran University students pitch their startup projects in the finals of the New Venture Competition on Thursday, April 27.

'Amelie' concludes foreign film festival

California Lutheran University will close the fourth season of its International Film Festival with a free screening of the highest-grossing French-language film released in the United States.


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