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Seven California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) students were recognized in Seattle, Wash., this past week for their juried research presentations, which were part of the 15th Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Scientists (ABRCMS), sponsored by the National Institute for General Medical Sciences (NIGMS).
A California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) Moot Court Team won the Western Regional competition and is advancing to nationals. The team of Ashley Hall, a senior political science major from Long Beach, and Krist Biakanja, a senior political science major from Huntington Beach, won all seven of its matches to capture the regional title.
In Busch’s cheeky satire of philosophy and art, a worldly old friend interrupts a culture-saturated Manhattan housewife’s nervous breakdown. With this production set in 2000, the director, Gavin Cameron-Webb aims to look back at life during that time while still bringing out the laughs in the piece.
The CSULB Theatre Arts Department University Players is proud to present The Colored Museum, written by George C. Wolfe, music by Kysia Bostic, and directed by Trevor Biship. Playing October 17th through November 1st, The Colored Museum, in a series of vignettes, explores stereotypes through African American stories and history.
Cal State Long Beach senior Andrew Carnes (at left) receives the Howard H. Baker Leadership Award from Mark E. Timmes, CEO of Pi Kappa Phi, at the fraternity’s Supreme Chapter conference in Atlanta.
Andrew Carnes, a senior at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), has been honored by the Pi Kappa Phi Supreme Chapter as this year’s recipient of the Howard H.
California Repertory Company concludes its 2013-2014 season with the Tony® and Pulitzer prize-winning musical Next to Normal, running April 18th through May 10th at the Royal Theater aboard the Queen Mary. With music by Tom Kitt, and book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey, this groundbreaking contemporary musical is an emotional powerhouse that centers on a family’s ability to cope with crisis and their attempts to preserve their love for one another.
The Radio and Television News Association of Southern California has named “Daily 49er Radio News” on KBeach at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) the Best Radio News Public Affairs Program of 2013. The 64th Annual Golden Mike Awards were presented to producer-anchor James Delahoussaye, writer-anchor Shereen Lisa Dudar, entertainment editor Enedina Cisneros and sports contributor Jason Clark.
California Repertory Company continues its 2013-2014 season with a production of The Goat or, Who Is Sylvia?, by Edward Albee, performing February 14th through March 8th on the Queen Mary. Albee’s award-winning tragic comedy tells the story of Martin, a compassionate family man and successful architect, whose earth-shattering secret affair is revealed in a letter to his wife, Stevie, and son, Billy, by his best friend, Ross.
Tania Hughes Named 2013 Winner of Future Science Teacher Award by California Science Teachers Association
California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) alumna Tania Hughes turned her background in art and architecture toward creating engaging ways to teach elementary school science, which led the California Science Teachers Association (CSTA) to select her as its 2013 Future Science Teacher Award winner.
The School of Art at California State University, Long Beach is celebrating the 46th year of this annual holiday tradition – the CSULB Holiday Art Sale. From December 1-5, the students and faculty of this nationally recognized visual arts program provides a very special holiday shopping opportunity for area lovers of art and fine craft – thousands of unique and individual pieces will be on display and available for purchase in the CSULB School of Art Student Galleries.