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CSULB’s Hall-Biakanja Team Captures Moot Court Western Regional Title, Advances to Nationals

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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.

CSULB Receives $2.8 Million Grant to Help Hispanics Attain Graduate Degrees

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Thanks to the U.S. Department of Education’s Promoting Post-baccalaureate Opportunities for Hispanic Americans Program, Hispanics will have more opportunities to attain graduate degrees. It has approved the California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) project proposal for a grant totaling about $2.8 million over the next five years.

CSULB Joins Federal Partnership to Explore Transportation issues

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The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) recently awarded the Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) a major federal award to look at transportation issues throughout the southwestern United States and find ways in which educational opportunities can improve them.

CSULB Alumna Amy Laughlin Named California Teacher of the Year

Focus on Student Success Leads Amy Laughlin to Be Named 2015 California Teacher of the Year

Focus on Student Success Leads Amy Laughlin to Be Named 2015 California Teacher of the Year Amy Laughlin, an alumna of California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and a teacher at Hansen School in Anaheim, has been named a 2015 California Teacher of the Year by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson.

CSULB Study Finds Tongue Not Needed for Taste or Speech

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According to new research at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), we may not need our tongues to taste or speak. This information could prove invaluable when it comes to helping rehabilitate those who have lost or damaged their tongues as a result of cancer or other means.

CSULB Professor Craig Smith Receives Two National Awards

CSULB Professor Craig Smith Earns Prestigious National Awards

CSULB Professor Craig Smith Earns Prestigious National Awards Craig Smith, a former presidential speechwriter and prolific author, is the recipient of two prestigious national awards. The director of the California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) Center for First Amendment Studies will be presented with a pair of awards at the National Communication Association’s (NCA) 100th annual convention in Chicago on Nov.

CSULB Receives $22.7 Million Grant From the National Institutes of Health

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California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) has received its largest award ever — $22.7 million over five years — from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to establish an innovative research program that prepares underrepresented students for doctoral programs.

Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company to Hold Workshop at CSULB

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Members of the Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company (UCB TourCo) – one of the most acclaimed improvisation and sketch comedy troupes in the nation – will bring their specialized training and performance skills to the CSULB Theatre Arts Department on Saturday, November 8.

City Joins in Expanding, Fulfilling Long Beach College Promise

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In an event Monday at Ernest McBride High School, Mayor Robert Garcia, LBUSD Superintendent Chris Steinhauser, LBCC President Eloy Oakley, and CSULB President Jane Conoley announced a sweeping educational initiative that enhances the Long Beach College Promise by bringing the City into partnership with the three major educational institutions in Long Beach and expanding the mission of the College Promise.

CSULB University Players Present The Colored Museum

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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.

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