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Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? CSULB Faculty Member Helps Answer The Question

Photo Courtesy of UC Davis

California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) biology faculty member Theodore Stankowich knows the answer to a question even evolutionary genius Charles Darwin couldn’t solve—Why do zebras have stripes? 

CSULB’s Maridith Janssen Receives Lifetime Achievement Award for Work in Recreation Therapy


Maridith Janssen, past chair of the Recreation and Leisure Studies Department at Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) was honored recently at the California Parks and Recreation Society’s State Conference in Ontario, where she received the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the society’s Recreation Therapy Section.

2010 Nobel Prize Winner Ei-ichi Negishi to Deliver CSULB’s 35th Nobel Laureate Lecture

2010 Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry, Ei-ichi Negishi

Purdue University Professor Ei-ichi Negishi, co-winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize in chemistry, will present California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) 35th Nobel Laureate Lecture on Tuesday, April 8.

Beach Daze…Kicking it Old School: 23rd Annual Long Beach State Step Show March 29


The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) will host the 23rd annual Long Beach State Step Show on Saturday, March 29, beginning at 2 p.m.

Spotlight on Educational Opportunity Center

educational-opportunity-cen recently spoke with Curlgin Robertson, Assitant Director of Educational Opportunity Center, via email. They talked about the inspirations and challenges of running a nonprofit organization in Long Beach.

Kelp Watch 2014 Evaluates the Extent of Contamination from Fukushima Disaster to West Coast Waters’ (VIDEO)

Courtesy of Cal State Long Beach

On a cool, partly cloudy March afternoon, Dan Crear and Connor White headed out beyond the break wall in one of California State University, Long Beach’s boats to fish out some 25 pounds of kelp from the Pacific Ocean.

CSULB’s Ryan Freedman Named 2014 California Sea Grant State Fellow

Ryan Freedman

Ocean tidal flow has improved at Huntington Beach seashore wetlands thanks to several restoration projects in recent years, but just how much those efforts are benefiting sea life is one focus of California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) marine biologists.

CSULB Pow Wow Celebrates American Indian Studies


California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) annual Pow Wow, an American Indian social celebration, returns to the campus’ Central Quad on Saturday and Sunday, March 8-9.

Lecture: How Japanese Investment Builds Southern California

Jun Niimi, the Consul General of Japan in Los Angeles.

Jun Niimi, the Consul General of Japan in Los Angeles, will discuss “How Japanese Investment Builds Southern California” beginning at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 5, in The Pointe of the Walter Pyramid at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB).

CSULB Theatre Arts Department Presents Celebration: LGBT Rainbow Cabaret

Celebration: LGBT Rainbow Cabaret

As part of its new Affinity Series initiative, the CSULB Theatre Arts Department is proud to announce a devised performance on February 22nd, conceived and directed by Theatre Arts MFA graduate and faculty member Alexandra Billings and undergraduate Theatre Arts student Richard Rodriguez, and benefitting The Trevor Project.

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