Shapira Extends Congratulations to Graduates
The chair of the Board of Governors of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education extends well wishes to the Class of 2020.
Four Receive Faculty Merit Awards
The honors are presented by the Faculty Professional Development Center for excellence in grants, research, teaching and service.
The Show Must Go On
The annual Summer Experience theater program at Cal U will be staged virtually this year.
Golfer Earns Academic Honors
Ryan Smith is selected to the to the College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District At-Large Team.
Student Journalists Honored
One national award and two regional awards are presented by the Society of Professional Journalists.
Student Earns National Fellowship
Taylor Kodric receives the award from Alpha Lambda Delta for her graduate studies at Cal U.
New Officers Commissioned
Three cadets from Cal U are commissioned as officers in a virtual ceremony.
Social Work Faculty Produce Helpful Content
The Intermediate Unit 1 is using the audio and video content to help its staff and area school districts navigate issues related to COVID-19.
Accepted Students Meet Virtually
The virtual events are for students interested in attending Cal U and those already accepted by the University. A session for those interested in a business degree will be held in June.
Student Earns Carter Award
Psychology major Cynthia Obiekezie, who graduated in May, wins the Jennie A. Carter Distinguished African American Student Award.
Students Develop Transit Tracker
The technology can be used to determine when a Vulcan Flyer is due to arrive.
Dr. Patrica Milford discusses the state of interpersonal communications when screens and masks are the norms.
A year like no other: Cal U celebrates May graduates
May graduates have been invited to participate in Commencement ceremonies in December.
Three Professors Honored for Academic Excellence
Sheri Boyle, Kimberly Vanderlaan and Louise Nicholson earn Presidential Merit Awards for their outstanding work at Cal U.
Chancellor Congratulates Grads
It's not the day we planned for, but it is nonetheless significant, Dr. Dan Greenstein says.
Grad Information Sessions Set
Learn more about Cal U's master's and doctoral programs May 13 or June 24.
Group Supports Online Educators
Cal U's Dr. Marcia Hoover starts a group for teachers who have had to make rapid adjustments to provide online education.
Grant to Benefit Parkinson's Patients
Cal U's free Speech and Hearing Clinic will become a provider of SPEAK OUT!® & The LOUD Crowd® training.
Virtual Open Houses Set for May
Students who want to keep their college searches on track are invited to attend online events on May 7 or May 20.
Downtown Trash Pickup, Electronic Recycling
Students and residents may bring recycling to the California Public Library parking lot.
Social Media Campaign Promotes Voter Engagement
Student Chris Lisle uses the platforms to complete his requirements as with the Campus Election Engagement Project.
State System Freezes Tuition for Second Straight Year
The Board of Governors takes additional actions toward significant fiscal sustainability.
Board of Governors to Meet
The virtual meeting will take place April 29 and be available on YouTube.
A Semester of Adjustments
Education majors find creative ways to complete requirements in order to earn their degrees on time.
Professors Helps with Food Delivery
Dr. Sean Madden's efforts benefit those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor to Present Arctic Views
Jim Bove will share his experiences from his expedition last fall.
Student Leadership Awards Set
Virtual recognition of Cal U's student leaders is planned April 27-May 1.
Professor to Speak at International Conference
Dr. Gary DeLorenzo will present information on the COVID-19 impact on higher education.
Center Continues Educational Support for Families
The Village Early Childhood Education Center's virtual communications provide educational ideas and a sense of connection while the facility is closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mask Makers Help Colleagues Stay Safe
Working remotely, the team is making the necessary protective gear,
Cal U Student Is Business Plan Finalist
Business major Alex Dalton develops financial education platform.
Center Announces Research Grants
The Center for Undergraduate Research at Cal U welcomes research proposals for the fall semester.
Professor to Participate in Virtual Earth Week Event
Plant expert Dr. Sarah Meiss will explain how to identify mushrooms as part a collaboration with the Carnegie Science Center.
Leadership Groups Keeping Students Engaged
Student Government and Student Activities Board plan events and activities during remote operations.
Cal U Adds Chat Feature to Key Pages
Admissions and Academic Success staff will answer questions in real time.
Professor Named Educational Associate
Dr. Thomas Mueller, an expert in geography and geographic information systems, earns the designation from ACLED, a leader in data collection, analysis and mapping.
President's Message - Celebrating Graduating Seniors
Although we won't be holding a formal ceremony this spring, we will be celebrating this important turning point in your life.
Data Science Expertise Earns Digital Badges from SAS
A Cal U professor says web-enabled images 'convey competence' to future employers.
Career Centers Team Up
Cal U's Career and Professional Development Center is among those participating in the PASSHE-West Virtual Recruitment Campaign.
Digital Storytelling Premiere Goes On
The event will be broadcast live via Zoom at 7 p.m. April 28.
Two Vulcans Chosen to All-Decade Team
Rontez Miles and Eric Kush were both selected to the D2Football.com All-Decade Teams.
Student Ships Face Shields to Hospital
Luke Melcher uses 3D printing skills to produce protective gear for health care workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Creative Flight Plans
Video software allows Professor Jeff Sumey's students to proceed with drone technology education.
Greek Life Provides Important Social Support
Sororities and fraternities at Cal U are staying connected as students finish spring classes online.
Courses Help Teachers Master Online Education
Current students and educators build skills and develop online teaching strategies with summer courses at Cal U.
Peer Mentoring Program Adapts
Cal U’s Peer Mentoring Program uses virtual resources for fall recruitment.
Cal U Grad Leads 'Miss Macee's Morning Meeting'
Elementary education major Macee Graham takes to Facebook Live to keep the littlest learners engaged.
Student Newspaper Adapts Online
The Cal Times continues to provide information on the University, students, faculty, staff and alumni as Cal U continues with remote operations.
Here to Help: Counseling, PARC Services
The two offices are available to meet student needs. The Counseling Center plans a Zoom event on April 1 to help students with the transition to online education.
A Message from President Geraldine M. Jones
President Jones encourages students to "keep your eye on the prize" - a Cal U degree. This semester is unlike any other, but with hard work and commitment, it will bring you one step closer to graduation.