Cleveland State to add new honor’s college
Cleveland State University recently received a $3.6 million gift from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation and the Mandel Supporting Foundations that will introduce a new college at Cleveland State.
CSU scales up Student Affairs
Cleveland State University appointed Ernest “Boyd” Yarbrough to Vice President of Student Affairs and Clare Rahm to Associate Vice President of Student Affairs.
CSU Health Science degree program among top 25 in country
Cleveland State University’s Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences program received some positive press recently after being named among the top 25 programs in the country for a health science degree by TheBestSchools.org.
Unemployment rises among college graduates
The time has finally come; after four, five, maybe even six years of perspiration, dedication and preservation (of sanity) it’s finally here — college graduation.
Urban researchers explore Cleveland’s ‘Brain Gain’
Cleveland State University’s Center for Population Dynamics report discovers that Cleveland is on the incline, not the picture most Clevelanders imagine, and these results are going national.
Study shows video games influence learning behaviors
There is a correlation between learning behaviors of children and young adults who play video games and the approaches they take to learning in classrooms.
CLASS continues to grow, looks to ‘chart new territory’
Coinciding with the Cleveland State University’s 50th anniversary, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) is making history with its 10th anniversary in 2014.
Facilities updates campus security systems
Over the last few years, Cleveland State University has been upgrading the security features on the campus in stages. In the ongoing improvements, the door locks are being updated to the new safer industry standards for mechanical and digital key systems and the security camera network is being expanded.
Busbey Natatorium renovations complete
Cleveland State University facility’s crews finished upgrades to the Busbey Natatorium pools in May to maintain high quality of the facility.
CSU, Case offer first hacking classes for protection
Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve University will begin offering cybersecurity courses this fall as part of a new cybersecurity curriculum for undergraduates.
Obama talks rise of college debt, tuition
Tuesday, June 10 President Barack Obama sat down in his dining room with David Karp — the founder of Tumblr — for the first-ever Tumblr Q&A addressing the issue of student loan debt in today’s society.