Commission Selects Students of the Year
The award recipients were chosen for their support of women's issues on campus.
Panel Discusses Winter Break Strategies
There are ways to minimize the stress of being home after living independently.
Soccer Teams Sends Jerseys to Africa
Uniforms benefit school in Nigeria.
Holiday Donations Fill Cupboard
The Cal U Cupboard helps with issues of food insecurity.
Pottery Sale, Art Exhibition Set
The pottery sale will be Dec. 4-5 in the Ceramics Studio, while student artwork will be on display in Vulcan Hall through the end of finals.
Winter Commencement Dec. 13-14
Alumnus Col. Lance D. Oskey will address graduate and undergraduate students.
Choir to Perform with Washington Symphony Orchestra
The concerts are Dec. 7 and Dec. 8 at Trinity High School in Washington, Pa.
Holiday Shopping? Think Globetrotters Tickets!
Discounted tickets will be available for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Students Analyze Artifacts
Cal U is working with the Greene County Historical Society on the project to examine bones believed to be from Native Americans.
Chancellor's Blog: Signs of Systemness
Our universities will be stronger, better, and offer even greater value to their students and communities by working together, Chancellor Dan Greenstein writes.
Email Addition Promotes Security
External sender tag will be added to emails beginning Nov. 25.
Football Player Makes Academic Team
The Vulcans have now featured at least one academic all-district honoree in 11 of the last 12 seasons.
Musicians, Choirs to Perform This Week
The Jazz Ensemble performs Nov. 21, and choir concerts will be Nov. 23-24.
Food Bank Worker Shares Insights
Amber Deemer, with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, spoke to the Cal U community as part of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
Cal U Hosts Parks and Recreation Conference
The workshop brought professionals to campus for student networking opportunities.
Donations Fill Manderino Spot
The food collection is part of Cal U's observation of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Events continue though Nov. 21.
From Stats to Mysteries
Dr. Melissa Sovak, a professor in the Department of Math, Computer Science and Information Systems, is set to release a novel.
Cal U Honored for Voter Engagement
The University was recognized for its success in encouraging students to vote during the 2018 midterm election.
Cal U Hosts State System Summit
Faculty, staff, students and administrators from the 14 schools in Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education gathered at Cal U to discuss student success.
Students show their pride and sense of achievement as first-generation students during the national #IAmFirst campaign.
Soccer Player Makes Academic Team
Anna Billey was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District Team.
Speaker Praises Student Veterans' Impact
'While many schools receive this recognition, I can say without hesitation that Cal U is a place where veterans feel welcome and appreciated,' says Cal U's vice president for Enrollment Management.
Donations Wanted for Cal U Cupboard
The University is collecting items as part of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. It's one of several initiatives to bring attention to the issues that are being planned by the Center for Volunteer Programs and Service Learning.
Thank You for Your Service
A proclamation designates Nov. 11-15 as 'Military and Veterans Appreciation Week' at the University.
Cal U to Host Personal Finance Seminar Nov. 12
Sponsored by the Cal U Finance Club, the event will feature expert information from federal agencies on debt, loans, budgeting and identity theft.
Men's Rugby Headed to Region Championships
Cal U plays Nov. 9 in Missouri in the team's first appearance in the tournament.
First-Generation Student Events Nov. 8
National #IAmFirst campaign, mentoring program will bring attention to the needs to this population of students.
Chancellor's Blog: 'Achieve More. Together.'
Dr. Dan Greenstein shares observations from his fall 2019 campus visits.
'Elf The Musical' Anticipation, Excitement Build
Cal U is the first educational theater in the area to secure the rights to the stage version of the holiday classic. Performances are Nov. 21-24 in Steele Hall.
A Delight to the Senses
Cal U's Learning and Language Center preschool program uses a new sensory garden to enhance the children's development. The garden is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the departments of Communication Disorders and Biological and Environmental Sciences.
Cal U Plans 46th Veterans Dinner
The annual event will be held Nov. 7 in the Performance Center
'Elf The Musical' Nov. 21-24
The stage adaptation of the Will Ferrell holiday classic will be performed by the Department of Music and Theatre.
Eberly Scholarship Recipients Say Thanks
13 students attend a luncheon to recognize the generosity of the Eberly Foundation and president Robert Eberly Jr.
Men's Soccer Team Volunteers at Walk
The Down Syndrome Association of Pittsburgh Buddy Walk was held recently in Pittsburgh.
Vulcans Administrators Have NCAA Roles
They are serving on NCAA Division II committees for basketball and volleyball.
Spring 2020 Registration Begins Nov. 4
Students are encouraged to check V.I.P. for more details about how to register.
SAB, Adviser Win Awards
The Student Activities Board and adviser Melissa Dunn are honored for their work by the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activity.
State System Redesign Efforts Advance
The Board of Governors approves budgetary, policy measures in support of System Redesign initiatives.
Internship Prepares Student for Law School
Christopher Gentile is working for the Board of Pardons for 15 weeks as part of The Harrisburg Internship Semester.
Watch the Board of Governors Meeting Live
The leadership of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education will meet Oct. 16-17.
Vulcan Fest Homecoming: Beautiful Finish
The Cal U community and friends of the University have a wonderful time at the second Vulcan Fest Homecoming Weekend. The event included the first 5K and a surprise proposal.
Comedy Spotlights New Actors and Technicians
'Save the Greeks' will be on stage in Steele Hall Oct. 24-26.
Mueller Honored for Curriculum Development
The 2019 Holodomor Research and Education Consortium, a project of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies at the University of Alberta, awarded the geography professor the 2019 HREC Educator Award for his work.
And They're Off ...
Over 100 runners and walkers took their marks on Oct. 12 at the inaugural Vulcan Fest 5K. The event was part of Saturday's festivities for Vulcan Fest Homecoming Weekend.
Greenstein Addresses Campus Community
State System chancellor discusses innovation, inclusion and engagement as part of his fall visit to Cal U.
Kirtland's Warbler No Longer Endangered
The removal of the bird is the 'highlight of my career,' says Dr. Carol Bocetti, who has been a member of the recovery team since 1998.
STREAM Fest Makes Learning Fun
Cal U students and kids from The Village and the Rutledge Institute preschool have a fun time learning science, reading, engineering, arts and math.
Harlem Globetrotters Return
Discounted tickets for the Jan. 9 show are available to the Cal U community.
Students Flock to Career Fair
Hundreds take advantage of the on-campus opportunity to find jobs and internships.