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President responds to student concerns

President Ronald Berkman addressed student concerns on CSU issues ranging from student involvement to scheduling challenges during the second presidential town hall meeting of the academic year.

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Library Offers LibQUAL+ survey to improve services

Cleveland State University is one of over 160 institutions participating in LibQUAL+, a national online survey designed to assess users to evaluate the overall quality service and the collection that the Michael Schwartz Library provides to the Cleveland State community.

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Viking investment fund takes first place at RISE conference

The Viking Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) received first place in the category of growth strategy among graduate level teams at the national Redefining Investment Strategy Education (RISE) conference, held in late March at the University of Dayton.
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Survey Returns to Assess Attitudes on Diversity

Until April 16, the division of institutional diversity (DID) is conducting a climate survey that explores attitudes on diversity and discrimination at the University.

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Men's Tennis Undefeated in League Play

Cleveland State’s Men’s Tennis team is 4-0 against league opponents, with shutouts against Youngstown State and Valparaiso.

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Is Football in CSU's Future?

On March 24, the Student Government Association held an hour long open forum for students to ask Athletic Director Lee Reed and Budget Director Tim Long questions on the possibility of having a football program at Cleveland State.

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Women's Tennis 4-1 in HL games

CSU’s Women’s Tennis team is 4-1 in Horizon League play after a 6-1 loss to UIC on Easter Sunday that broke their five-game win streak.

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Strong Round Ends Men's Golf Invite

The CSU men’s golf team capped off a successful weekend with two players carding rounds of 71 and the team finish in 10th place out of 19 teams.

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Butler nearly wins NCAA tourney

Butler, Cleveland State’s main men’s basketball rival was one win away from their first “current tournament era” NCAA championship on April 5.

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Meal Plan Causes Tension

CSU students living in Heritage Suites have drafted a petition against new lease terms and have arranged a meeting on April 8 with President Berkman to discuss their concerns, as the current lease expires June 30.

This is the first time that residents have had to renew their leases since Heritage Suites was purchased by Euclid Avenue Housing Corporation (EAHC), a non-profit affiliate of CSU, in September 2009.

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Upcoming Election focuses on the issues

Student Government Association elections commence at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, April 12 and run for 72 hours until 11:59 p.m. on April 14. During that period, Cleveland State University students must determine the future of student government.

The options for the 2010-2011 academic year are the Party of One Voice and the Students Opportunity for Success Party (S.O.S.), both comprised of students active in a broad spectrum of university endeavors. What follows is a brief outline of each party’s plan for the upcoming year.

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Team Led by CSU Professor Receives $1.16 million in grants

Cutting-edge research being done by Anton Komar by CSU’s Center for Gene Regulation in Health and Disease and his international collaborators was recently awarded a combined $1.16 million in grants from The Human Frontiers Science Program (HFSP) and the American Heart Association (AHA).

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CSU to Open Center to Meet Demand for Science, Math Professionals

CSU will establish a Center for STEMM Education. The STEMM Center will focus on activities both here at the University and in the local community, says Provost Geoffrey S. Mearns.

“STEMM” refers to science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medical, which is the center’s main objective in order to become successful and talented professionals in these fields.

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