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Cal Lutheran launches new school

California Lutheran University has formed a new school focused on education beyond traditional bachelor’s and graduate degrees.

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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. 

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Featured Stories

Behind every scientist

When our graduates put their names on discoveries, they’ll remember mentors.

One step closer to equal pay

A Denver employment lawyer who focuses on sex discrimination, Charlotte Sweeney '91 is a principal author of Colorado’s new Equal Pay for Equal Work Act.

Hope in all climates

From Cal Lutheran's seminary in Berkeley, Cynthia Moe-Lobeda helps people in faith communities and secular society to be agents of justice.

The marvelous Mr. Amodei

The illusionist and onetime marketing major has embarked on a nationwide tour, the most ambitious phase of his career in confounding the senses and transforming the world for audiences.

Panic rooms

As the Cold War fades in memories, students go on a search for private underground shelters constructed to protect Thousand Oaks homeowners from the effects of a Soviet nuclear strike.

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