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    • PROFESSOR HONORED FOR CONSERVATION EFFORTS

      March 31, 2016

      The U.S. Forest Service has honored Dr. Carol Bocetti, a professor in the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, and her team for their efforts to save an endangered songbird species. It is Bocetti's second national award for her work with the Kirtland's warbler.

    • FISHING FESTIVAL SET FOR APRIL 23

      March 31, 2016

      Cal U and the California community again will collaborate to present the 21st annual Pike Run Youth Fishing Festival, set for 8 a.m.-3 p.m. April 23 at Rotary Park, off Route 88 (Third Street) in California.

    • AGREEMENT CLEARS PATH TO ASSOCIATE DEGREE

      March 30, 2016

      If you transferred to Cal U from a community college, you may have already earned enough credits to apply for your associate degree. Learn more about how a new agreement among State System schools and 14 community colleges in Pennsylvania makes this possible.

    • ALUMNUS RETURNS TO DISCUSS FILM WRITING

      March 29, 2016

      The English Department welcomes screenwriters Don Ammon '97 and Kristopher Veenis, who discuss screenwriting and the technical side of filmmaking April 13 in Eberly Hall. The trailer for their film 'Summerlings' was shown last fall at the Three Rivers Film Festival.

    • CAMPUS EVENTS INTRODUCES NEW DEPARTMENT

      March 28, 2016

      High school and Cal U students are invited to discover the new Department of Communication, Design and Culture at Cal U. Meet department faculty and alumni at this series of free 'Generation Communication' events beginning April 11.

    • THE JOURNAL: MUSICAL PREMIERES IN STEELE

      March 28, 2016

      A new edition of the Cal U Journal is available online. The latest headlines include: Student's original musical premieres in Steele Hall; Alumnus will address top scholars at convocation; President candidates introduced. Click 'more' to read the latest Cal U Journal online.

    • CELEBRATE ST. GEORGE'S DAY APRIL 5

      March 28, 2016

      Cal U marks 'Diada de Sant Jordi,' or St. George’s Day, with a celebration that includes free food, music, fencing and a book sale by faculty authors. Explore the legend of St. George and find out why UNESCO has declared this holiday the International Day of the Book.

    • STUDENT'S ORIGINAL MUSICAL ONSTAGE APRIL 7-9

      March 28, 2016

      The Department of Music and Theatre presents 'Yet Another Funeral,' an original musical created by commercial music technology major Dominic Carrola. The dark romantic comedy is onstage April 7-9 in Steele Hall Mainstage Theatre. Alumni hold a reception on opening night.

    • VULCAN FLYER ON HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

      March 24, 2016

      Although Cal U is open, the Vulcan Flyer shuttle will operate on a holiday schedule during Easter weekend. Bus service on March 25 (Good Friday) will run from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday hours are 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m. There will be no Vulcan Flyer service on Easter, March 27.

    • CAL U TO HOST TRAINING FOR WEATHER SPOTTERS

      March 24, 2016

      Learn to identify and report severe weather with the National Weather Service's SKYWARN training program. The public may attend the free class at 6 p.m. March 30 in Eberly Hall, Room 110.

    • LAMBDA BRIDGES MARKS SPRING PRIDE MONTH

      March 23, 2016

      Each April, the Lambda Bridges LGBTQA Program Office celebrates Spring Pride Month. Click 'more' for information about the biannual drag show, an appearance by YouTube sensation Todrick Hall and the third annual Lavender Graduation.

    • COLLOQUIA SERIES WELCOMES CLIMATOLOGIST

      March 17, 2016

      The Meteorology Club speaker series welcomes Nolan Doesken, state climatologist for the Colorado Climate Center. Learn more about his work with climate monitoring and long-term climate trends at 5 p.m. March 24 in Eberly Hall, Room 255.

    • RECEPTION OPENS 'VOICES OF THE MON VALLEY'

      March 16, 2016

      'Voices of the Mon Valley: Oral History and Local Resources' features projects from Cal U students and archival materials from historical societies and libraries. An opening reception on March 23 is open to the public. The exhibit continues through April 10.

    • SPRING CHILDREN’S EVENT OFFERS FAMILY FUN

      March 16, 2016

      California area families may attend a Spring Children's Event March 23 at the Vulcan Village Clubhouse. Children ages 12 and younger are invited to join the egg hunt or have a photo taken with the Easter bunny! Click 'more' to register.

    • THE JOURNAL: WIFI UPGRADE IMPROVES ACCESS

      March 16, 2016

      A new edition of the Cal U Journal is available online. The latest headlines include: WiFi upgrade improves access; Cal U students on primary ballot; Conference focus: sustainable communities. Click 'more' to read the latest Cal U Journal online.

    • HONORS CONVOCATION SET FOR APRIL 2

      March 10, 2016

      David D. Gustovich '83, founder, president and CEO of IQity Solutions LLC, will deliver the Honors Convocation address April 2 in the Convocation Center. Presidential Scholars who have been invited to participate in Honors Convocation must RSVP by March 25.

    • STATE HOUSE CANDIDATES INVITED TO FORUM

      March 09, 2016

      The League of Women Voters of Washington County and the American Democracy Project at Cal U host a candidates forum March 22. Voters will hear from Democratic and Republican candidates vying to represent the 49th Legislative District in the state House.

    • BEYOND INSULTS: SPEAKER LOOKS AT 2016 ELECTION

      March 08, 2016

      Political scientist and author Alan Abramowitz goes 'Beyond Trump's Insults and Clinton's E-mails' to discuss how polarization and negative partisanship are shaping the 2016 presidential election. The free talk on March 31 is open to the public.

    • UPDATE: WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SEASON ENDS

      March 07, 2016

      Cal U's women's basketball team lost 68-62 to West Liberty in the second round of the NCAA Division II National Tournament on March 12.

    • DOCUMENTARY TOPIC: CAMPUS SEXUAL ASSAULT

      March 04, 2016

      The Office of Social Equity will screen ‘The Hunting Ground,’ an award-winning documentary that takes a candid look at the issue of sexual assault on campus. Two screenings are set for March 29 in the Vulcan Theater. Admission is free.

    • CAL U HOSTS SCIENCE OLYMPIAD MARCH 16

      March 03, 2016

      Cal U welcomes the 2016 Science Olympiad to campus March 16. About 600 students from 42 schools will be on hand for a daylong series of contests in science, technology, engineering and math.

    • UPDATE: ZANELLA PLACES 14TH IN PRELIMS

      March 02, 2016

      Senior Alex Zanella placed 14th in the 1-mile preliminary event at the NCAA Division II Indoor Women’s Track and Field Championships on March 11.

    • UPDATE: ARGANBRIGHT NOW A FOUR-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

      March 02, 2016

      Junior swimmer Jade Arganbright finished 8th in the 200-yard breaststroke finals at the NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships March 12, earning All-American honors for a fourth time.