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Direct Relief CEO to discuss charity work

The president and CEO of Direct Relief will discuss the international humanitarian medical aid group’s work, including its response to recent local disasters, at the California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast in Santa Barbara on Thursday, Feb. 1.

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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.

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Nobody remembers the goofs

Tom Herman has been injured on the football field, confused on the sidelines, and fired for eating on the job. Now he's one of football’s leading lights.

Quiet, equipped, well-lighted place starts new era for art

Visual arts students in two majors now have the kind of modern building they always wanted.

Conductor of business

Cal Lutheran’s MBA in Europe program helps working professionals like Nora Pötter broaden their perspectives and skill sets for leading teams

Things I've Learned: Tracy M. Downs '88

This former Kingsmen running back and Truman Scholar, now a University of Wisconsin–Madison surgeon specializing in urologic cancers, is at the top of his game.

Fourth movement

Assistant professor of music Yoshika Masuda – master cellist, director of string studies at Cal Lutheran and the fourth director of the University Symphony – feels the emotional weight of every performance.

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