Campus construction slows traffic
Students, faculty and staff traveling north to the campus on East 22nd Street have noticed a new traffic pattern has emerged on the one-way street at Euclid Avenue this semester.
CSU to host first TEDx conference in fall
On October 3, 2014 the Monte Ajuha College of Business will host TEDxClevelandStateUniversity. TED, which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design is owned by the Sapling Foundation, non-profit organization, and is dedicated to ideas worth spreading.
Interim Dean of Students is no stand-in
Cleveland State University recently welcomed Dr. E. Boyd Yarbrough as Interim Vice Provost of Student Affairs and Dean of Students. Yarbrough has years of leadership experience in higher education.
Modern Languages to try new courses, time blocks
This issue, we talked with Professor Tama Engelking, the chair of the Department of Modern Languages.
Parking director sympathizes with customers' frustrations
Cleveland is held in the grip of another tempest of snow. Roads are slippery and cars are bouncing from lane-to-lane on the street, jockeying for the fastest route around town.
Students more likely to succeed when involved
The struggle is real for black college students not only at Cleveland State but across the nation-the struggle not just to go to college, but to stay in college.
Civic engagement to support partnerships
Since 2008, Cleveland State University has branded itself as a place of "Engaged Learning." Engaged Learning is a way of teaching that incorporates classroom work with real-world experiences and partnerships within the community.
New harrassment policy open to comment at CSU
Cleveland State University's discrimination/harassment policy is currently in the comment period. During the comment period, the university community may provide feedback on draft policies via email.
Facilities and Safety Team conducts satisfaction survey
The Facilities and Safety Team (FAST) at Cleveland State University administered their second annual customer satisfaction survey to the campus community last week.