CSU Social Media Portal
The various CSU social media platforms highlight unique programs from all 23 CSU campuses and systemwide news and updates. Whether it is receiving real-time news through Twitter and Facebook or learning about the impacts our students and faculty are making on the science frontier from the Science & the CSU blog, the CSU's social media sites and blogs detail the latest happenings around the CSU.
By Dr. Karen S. Haynes President, CSU San Marcos I never intended to become a university president but in 1995, after serving as the only female dean at the University of Houston for ten years, I was provided with the unexpected challenge and opportunity to become the president of the system’s Victoria campus. Today I […]
By Mark Scott CSU Channel Islands Alumnus When I graduated with an associate’s degree at Ventura Community College in 2008, I had no idea where to go next. Furthering my education at a four-year university crossed my mind, but affording it made obtaining a bachelor’s degree a far-fetched goal. In search of direction, I decided […]
By Jeffrey Cabanez 2014-15 CSU STEM VISTA Member Alumnus, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo When you hear the word PEEPS, what comes to mind? Probably five yellow marshmallows shaped as tiny chickens, or five pink marshmallows shaped as tiny bunnies, placed in a box wrapped in plastic that you eat during Easter. When I hear […]
The CSU’s Water Resources and Policy Initiatives (WRPI) leverages the expertise of about 250 researchers from throughout the CSU to help solve the state’s complex water issues. Due in part to this system-wide initiative, the CSU is now recognized as a critical resource working to solve the state’s water challenges. One of WRPI’s goals is […]
In a small, multipurpose electrical engineering lab located at the heart of campus, a team of 27 California State University, Northridge students, four professors and a Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) scientist eagerly gathered around a table covered with circuit boards. They were witnessing a historic first rehearsal between the custom-made CSUNSat1 cube satellite and a […]
California State University Bakersfield provides Fruitvale Junior High School students access to the campus Fab Lab. The opportunity has enabled the junior high school to offer Project Lead the Way Class, the nation’s leading provider of STEM programs, with students beginning projects in the classroom and completing their design work in the Fab Lab. “A […]