Breaking ground on NEOMED site
Peabody’s and the old Rascal House building on Euclid and East 21st street will be demolished before Christmas, and early stages of construction on the new health and science building will begin right after the demolition, according to Joseph Han, assistant vice president of facilities and safety at Cleveland State.
Faculty worry over future of research at CSU
Cleveland State University is known for the extensive amount of research being performed here, even ranking in the top twenty percent of all universities in the United States despite being a mid-sized school, according to the National Science Foundation.
CSU names Powis as the valedictorian
The president’s office has announced Richard T. Powis is the university valedictorian for the fall 2013 graduating class. Last month, Powis was named College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) valedictorian.
Cleveland looks to develop the lakefront
In an attempt to make downtown Cleveland a more viable community of at least 20,000 residents and raise the district’s revenue, the city of Cleveland will embark on lakefront development projects.
CM-Law to host event on JFK assassination
It has been five decades since that tragic afternoon on November 22, 1963, when the world was stunned as one of America’s greatest presidents was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, while riding in his black Lincoln Continental.
Law school professors join faculty union
Until this year, none of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law faculty belonged to the American Association of University Professors, a union that ensures academic freedom, shared governance and faculty voice across college campuses.
Opportunity theft on the rise at CSU
Opportunity theft has become a monstrous problem around Cleveland State University. According to campus safety’s crime statistics reports.
MC2STEM celebrates grand opening
MC2STEM, a Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) high school on Cleveland State University’s campus, celebrated its grand opening on Monday, Nov. 18.
Viking Shield app launch
The Cleveland State University community has a new way to call 911 using smart phones: the Viking Shield app.
X-Lab studies human and computer interactions
At the crossroads where computer and behavior sciences meet, an emergent field of study seeks to understand the interaction between human users and computers.
Students compete in Cleveland Clinic Solutions
On Nov. 14 and 15, five Cleveland State LINK Program students competed in the Cleveland Clinic Solutions event.
CSU now has WEF student chapter
A student organization whose purpose is to help students build a professional network within all water quality professions had a Kickoff Event on Nov 20.