CSU to get $14.6 million for academic space
Cleveland State University has seen its fair share of construction in the last few months, and often it seems to be perpetual. Don't expect it to end anytime soon.
RASHAD presents Sunday hymnals for Black History Month
The Cleveland Orchestra's Mark Dumm and Cleveland State University alumna Dr. Sharon Brown Cheston performed music from an eclectic variety of composers at the Black History Month concert in Trinity Cathedral February 9.
Starfish offers scheduling for tutoring
Starfish, the advising software implemeted by Cleveland State University last year, added a new function that allows students to schedule tutoring appointments online.
Education to make courses more clinically based
According to Sajit Zachariah, the dean of the School of Education and Human Services, the school was looking at changing its curriculum even before Cleveland State decided to switch to a three-credit model.
Students network with multipe businesses at career fair
On Feb. 7, the Cleveland State University Department of Career Services hosted a career fair in the Woodling Gym. The gym was lined with booths from a variety of businesses.
Campus closes again after more winter weather
Cleveland has seen especially harsh winter conditions this year, forcing Cleveland State University to shut down three seperate times since the beginning of January.
CSU chemistry professor earns award for innovation
Dr. Anthony Berdis won Cleveland State's first Faculty Innovation Fund award with his proposal, "Diagnostic Kits to Quantify Pro-Mutagenic Replication in Hyperproliferative Diseases," which will advance cancer treatment using diagnostic technology.
Liberal arts alumni give career advice
On Feb. 6, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences organized a panel discussion titled "What Can I Do With a Liberal Arts or Social Sciences Degree?" in the Student Center from noon to 1 p.m.
ESL program looking for volunteers
Conversation Partners is looking for volunteers. The program allows students whose first language is English to help international students who are learning English as their second language.
Remembering Lester Mitchell, former CSU police chief
Former Cleveland State University Chief of Police Lester D. Mitchell passed away after being struck by a passing vehicle while changing a tire along Interstate 480 westbound Feb. 2.