In a virtual meeting Tuesday, the California State University system launched its new program, the CSU Center to Close Opportunity Gaps, that will work to eliminate equity gaps faced by students in K-12 education and is set to be held at Long Beach State.
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Joseph I. Castro has been named the California State University’s new chancellor after current Chancellor Timothy P. White delayed his initial retirement due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In the past week, at least three members of the press have been arrested by Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputies while documenting demonstrations throughout the city.
Following the announcement made by CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White earlier in the afternoon, President Jane Close Conoley confirmed that Long Beach State will remain virtual through the spring semester.
After “careful consideration of a multitude of factors,” all 23 California State University campuses will remain online for the spring semester Chancellor Timothy P. White announced Thursday.
In an effort to “diversify the aerospace talent pipeline” and promote equality, Boeing Co. partners with the Long Beach College Promise.
As the post-Labor Day scholar strike gains traction across the nation, CSULB shows its explicit support by presenting an event schedule and ways to participate in the teach-in on racial violence in America.
Students upgraded to Zoom Pro at no additional charge, greater access to meetings, recording capabilities
Students now have the same meeting parameters as faculty members, allowing them to host meetings with up to 300 participants for as long as 30 hours.
Long Beach State will not be refunding any student fees included in tuition that are related to on-campus activities and resources, according to campus administration.
In a Q&A with the Daily Forty-Niner, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley reveals that fall semester will only have about 4% of faculty, staff and students in person. She also discussed her visions to maintain a healthy campus