Ride United raises funds for United Way
Ride United and their founding sponsor Kaiser Permanente headed to Cleveland for their third annual bicycle tour in an effort to raise money for the nonprofit organization, United Way of America.
New interim vice provost puts focus on student success
Following the announcement of Dr. Rosemary Sutton’s retirement on July 1, Cleveland State University appointed Dr. Peter Meiksins as interim vice provost for academic programs, effective that same day.
Creative voices come to Cleveland
“From now on, when we think creative voices we’ll think Radiolab.”
CSU sorority to merge with national Phi Mu
Phi Mu, a national fraternity for women, will be merging with Cleveland State's Gamma Delta sorority as part of its plan to colonize seven new schools in the spring.
Cleveland State students win study abroad scholarship
The Gilman Scholarship Program, established in 2000, offers undergraduate awards for study abroad to students receiving Federal Pell Grants.
Awards highlight CSU's commitment to diverse fields of research
The research awards, presented annually by Cleveland State, encapsulate the university's ever-increasing dedication to a wide breadth of research topics.
Conference discusses future of shale gas production in Ohio
On June 17-18 company leaders, distinguished scientists, educators, landowners and researchers all gathered in Severance Hall on the campus of Case Western Reserve University to discuss the future of the business of gas and energy.