More Long Beach Unified School District Graduates Pursue College with Help from Long Beach City College, CSULB
A progress report released Monday on a three-year-old, local initiative to prepare more youngsters for college success revealed promising results, though education officials cautioned that California’s budget cuts seriously threaten further gains.
Three years ago, leaders from the Long Beach Unified School District, Long Beach
CSULB Receives Grant for ‘My Daughter is an Engineer’ Program to Encourage Girls to Enter Engineering Careers
Statistics show that only about 20 percent of engineering students are women, and that women make up only about 10 percent of professional engineers. Three women in the College of Engineering (COE) at Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) are trying to change that.
Bei Lu and Panadda Marayong, both assistant professors from CSULB’s Department of Mechanical and
Lisa Flynn lives in a two-room dwelling without electricity, refrigeration or running water. The borehole where she pumps water is a kilometer away. Although she has lived for three months in Magada, the Uganda village where she works as a
Cal State San Bernardino’s Water Resources Institute has announced a new program funded by a $527,000 Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program Grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
The program is aimed at increasing the retention and graduation rates of
underrepresented students enrolled in science, technology, engineering and mathematics – collectively known as STEM disciplines. A three-dimensional physical terrain model of the Santa Ana
In June 2010, Americans owed more than $825 billion in student loan debt—more than what they owed on revolving debt balances such as credit cards1. Scholarships are one way students can minimize their reliance on long-term loan debt and still be able to afford higher education. Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Southern California (RMHCSC) will award more than $200,000 in