CSU adopts 'passive enforcement' to keep campus tobacco free
For years to come, the Cleveland State University community will look back at fall 2013 as more than just another routine semester.
Student researchers present findings
Undergraduate students and their respective faculty advisors came together on Thursday, Sept. 5, to present their research in a poster session organized by the division of Undergraduate Engaged Learning Research/Creative Achievement Awards.
Engineers Without Borders wins award
In June 2013, students from Cleveland State University's chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) won the top award in a national competition for their work in the August Pine Ridge community in Belize, a country on the north-eastern coast of Central America.
Researchers working on waste heat recovery
Industry is a major part of Ohio's past and present, but its future seems threatened by the necessity to reduce carbon emissions and meet new EPA guidelines for steam and heat generation, which have created additional costs for manufacturers.
Emporium focuses on developmental math
Another piece of the student success puzzle was put in place this fall when the Math Emporium at Cleveland State University opened.
National law association makes home in CM-Law
The Educational Law Association (ELA) has established in the premises of Cleveland Marshall College of Law, using CM-Law as the national headquarters of the ELA.
LaGrange says credit conversion ahead of timeline; Kosteas disagrees
While Cleveland State University is only a few months away from finalizing its new curriculum, university officials have mixed feelings on the progress and the ultimate outcome of the restructuring.
NEOMED admits new cohort of premed students
Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) and Cleveland State University has admitted its second class of 35 pre-medical students for a collaboration established to address health care needs within urban areas.Read More