5 Students in the German MA program moving up

German Studies MA student Dionne Agawu has been accepted to the Austrian Fulbright English Teaching Associate program for 2020-2021. Dionne Agawu received her BA from Bryn Mawr College in 2017 in German and Anthropology. There she served as class co-president and German major representative. In 2018 she began her MA in German Studies at California […]

Beach Forensics has qualified two teams to the National Debate Tournament (NDT)

Beach Forensics has qualified two teams to the National Debate Tournament (NDT). For those unfamiliar, the NDT is akin to “March Madness,” or the NCAA Tournament for intercollegiate policy debate. CSU Long Beach has not qualified to this tournament since 2005, and the tournament is the nation’s most prestigious debate competition between the top 72 […]

History Department Faculty Member Receives NEH 2020-2021 Fellowship

History Faculty member, Patricia Cleary received a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for 2020-2021 to work on her next book, Mound City: The Place of the Indian Past and Present in St. Louis (under contract with University of Missouri Press). Below is a brief introduction: In the mid-1800s, early daguerreotypist Thomas […]

Beach Forensics Wins at the Hannie Shaft Invitational at Southwestern College

The last regular season tournament for Beach Forensics’ policy debate team concluded this afternoon, the Hannie Shaft Invitational at Southwestern College. In the rookie division, the team of Natalie Lahney and Chris Steveson finished with a 3-3 record. At his debut tournament, Chris was recognized as the 4th speaker in the division, an impressive feat […]

Sociology Faculty Honors – Dr. Jan Haldipur

Two Books Named as Co-Winners of Goddard Riverside Stephan Russo Book Prize for Social Justice For a digital press packet including author and book jacket photos, associated logos, and a photo of the judges’ panel, go to goddard.org/packet2019 [NEW YORK CITY — October 22, 2019] Two exceptional books about violence and criminal justice in America have been […]

Beach Forensics Wins!

The CSULB Forensics team has returned from their season opener at Arizona State University with multiple wins. The team had multiple individual awards: Novice, Maggie Franckhauser and Catherine Lucas-Castillo; Junior Varsity, Brad Schindler and Christian Vazquez; and in Varsity, Georgie Suico and Noah Christiansen all received awards. In the team competition, the varsity freshman/freshman team […]

CLA Congratulates 2019 University Achievement Award Recipients

CLA is proud of our faculty, staff and students who were this year’s award winners. Please join me in congratulating: For the complete list of award recipients, please read the article: https://www.csulb.edu/office-of-the-provost/university-achievement-awards

Two CLA Students Win 1st Place in the 33rd Annual California State University Student Research Competition

California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) played host to the 33rd Annual California State University Student Research Competition on Friday, April 26th and Saturday, the 27th, 2019. This system-wide competition showcased the innovative research and creative activities of CSU undergraduate and graduate students in the full range of academic programs offered by the CSU. Student participants made […]

CAL STATE LONG BEACH RANKS IN TOP THREE IN NATIONAL PUBLIC RELATIONS STUDENT COMPETITION

Five Students Named Finalists in the National Collegiate PRSSA Bateman Competition   LONG BEACH, Calif. (April 19, 2019) – For the second year in a row, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) students from the Department of Journalism & Public Relations are national finalists in Public Relations Student Society of America’s (PRSSA) 2019 Bateman Case […]

Cal State Long Beach Ranks No. 3 in Zippia’s Best Colleges for Human Development Majors in California

LONG BEACH, Calif. (Nov. 7, 2017) – A key attraction to choosing human development as a course of college study is the flexible career choices it provides, with futures possible in fields like social work, counseling, criminal justice, nursing, law and medicine.  For California State University Long Beach’s human development majors, these myriad career choices […]