When COVID-19 prompted the Kingsmen Shakespeare Company to cancel its 2020 festival on the California Lutheran University campus, the professional troupe moved its 35-year-old summer workshops to the virtual world and expanded the target audience to include preschoolers and adults.
In a policy believed to be the first in the nation, California Lutheran University is giving all students who took Advanced Placement classes and registered for exams in spring 2020 the maximum credit, regardless of scores or test completion, to account for COVID-19-related challenges.
Lori E. Varlotta, the president of Hiram College in Ohio, will become the eighth president of California Lutheran University on Sept. 30.
After California Lutheran University revamped its annual online fundraiser in response to the COVID-19 crisis, it raised more than three times as much money as last year and brought to light more than 100 stories of students, faculty and staff caring for others.
A quick pivot to virtual learning worked so well for the launch of California Lutheran University’s Fifty and Better program that an expanded schedule of online summer classes is planned.
Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, a Cal Lutheran connection brought about a campaign to deliver handmade personal protective equipment to nurses at Los Robles Hospital.
Community Counseling Services adapted quickly to coronavirus crisis with telehealth technologies to ensure their clients continued to receive care.
Growing numbers of people from the workforce are returning to attend post-traditional programs, earning bachelor’s degrees at 29 and 69.
Arcenio Lopez ’19, an accounting graduate and community organizer, founded an Oxnard-based corps of professional indigenous-language interpreters.
Chia-Li Chien ("Jolly Jan," she’ll tell you to say) has convinced her husband to keep working, but couldn’t get her mother-in-law to delay Social Security. She has ideas to help the rest of us outlive the money.