'Dear Edwina' Dispenses Life Advice
Cal U theatre program spring play will be presented April 23-25.
Strike a Spark Sessions Set
The Strike a Spark Conference on Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity will be held virtually on April 21.
Build Trust in Science
A paid fellowship focuses on communicating facts about COVID-19 vaccine.
Research and Debate Days Set
Cal U students and faculty will participate in the Douglass Research and Debate Days event from the Frederick Douglass Institute Collaborative.
State System Quarterly Meeting
The Board of Governors of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education will hold its quarterly public meeting at 9 a.m. April 15.
Cal U Students Reach Finals
Dylan Shanaberger and Alex Dalton will compete in the 2020-2021 State System Startup Challenge.
Cal U Grad is A.S.A. Fort Dix Commander
Col. Jon Brierton takes charge at the New Jersey, base, home to 6,500 military members and their families.
Speaker to Discuss Path to Success
Dr. Maria Scott-Bollman, an educator and Cal U grad, will speak at 7 p.m. April 22.
'American Cartel' Producers Share Insights
Cal U students interested in law enforcement careers benefit from insights into a high-profile police investigation.
Unabomber Case Papers Donated to Cal U
James R. Fitzgerald, a pioneer in forensic linguistics, gives UNABOM documents to the Center for Investigative and Forensic Sciences at California University of Pennsylvania.
Three Win Sunshine Awards
The President's Commission for the Status of Women presents the new award and the spring 2021 Person of the Year award as Women's HIstory Month concludes.
Dr. Cornel West, Jeff Chang Headline Hip-hop Conference
The virtual event will be April 13 and April 15, featuring two panels that will explore issues surrounding politics and social justice.
Exceptional Staff Members Receive Awards
Ron Lincoski and Eric Sabo earn Vulcan Staff Awards for their commitment and service to Cal U.
Cal U Welcomes GAO Analyst
Sarah Farkas will speak April 1 as part of the University's Research and Real Life Series.
Vet Tech Lab Opens
Students enjoy learning in the state-of-the-art space in Eberly Hall.
Speakers to discuss 'American Cartel' documentary
A retired law enforcement officer and a producer for the streaming series will speak to students on April 1.
Interim President Holds First Convocation
Cal U is projected to end the year on 'strong financial footing,' interim President Thorn reports in his address to faculty and staff.
'Women Paving the Way'
Successful women discuss career paths as part of Cal U's celebration of Women's History Month
Marketing Students Hear from Industry Pro
In business classes and beyond, Cal U students benefit from hearing real-world experiences.
Event To Feature Local Trailblazers
Panel presentation is part of Women's History Month.
Student Works To Be Staged
Cal U theatre majors write, direct and act in two one-act plays March 26-28.
Professor's Diagnosis Makes a Difference
For Dr. Rueben Brock, an autism diagnosis in his 40s sheds light on patterns of behavior.
President's Message: Continue to Do Your Part
Interim University President Robert Thorn shared a video message urging students to continue practicing safety measures.
Cal U Welcomes Lieutenant Governor
John Fetterman will speak about the importance of student civic engagement at 4 p.m April 12.
Cal U trims costs for Westmoreland County Community College Grads
The Cal U Educational Alliance partnership offers a 20% tuition discount for Westmoreland graduates who enroll here.
Women's History Month Features 'Yoga Roots'
The March 18 event will explore a holistic approach to daily life.
Engaged in Research
Knowledge meets interest for senior chemistry major Tyler Shaffer, who will present his research at Cal U's Strike a Spark conference on April 21.
Google Engineer Part of Research Series
Brady Hunsaker will speak March 25.
Hear President Thorn's Interview on KDKA Radio
Cal U's leader discusses the fall semester and integration with Edinboro and Clarion universities.
Cal U Dedicates Softball Field
The Vulcans played the Gannon Golden Knights in the first game at the renovated Lilley Field.
Experts to Discuss Autism
Cal U's John Massella and Stephanie Stern will speak at 11 a.m. March 16.
Cal U a Voter Friendly Campus for 2021-2022
The University is honored for efforts to engage student voters.
Cal U Celebrates National TRIO Day
The federally funded program at Cal U serves students in Fayette, Greene and Washington counties.
M.S.W. Grad to Speak at Cal U
Ashley Potts is a senior project manager for strategic initiatives at Highmark Health.
California, Clarion, Edinboro Provide Western Integration Updates
University presidents share emerging plans with their campus communities.
Trustees Hear Latest on Integration
Interim President Robert Thorn provides details about the process in his first report to the council.
Since 2014, students in Dr. Sean Madden's history class have checked in with students in Russia as part of a cultural exchange.
Cal U Plans On-Campus Open House Events
Those interested in an undergraduate degree can visit campus March 20 and April 24.
Panelists to Celebrate Beloved Professor
Cal U's Women's History Month celebration continues March 11.
Event Prepares Students for Fall Registration
The 'Cal U Ready Online Adventure' opens March 15.
Clients Return to Cal U Clinic
Communication disorders graduate students provide important in-person therapies as tele-health services continue at the Speech and Hearing Clinic in Morgan Hall.
Public Defender Shares Career Experiences
Research and Real Life series continues March 25.
Graduate School? Attend an Information Session
Online sessions are March 3, April 7, May 5 and June 2.
Speaker to Discuss Business Practices
Michael Carney earned his M.B.A. from Cal U and is part of the University's Graduate School Speaker Series.
Chancellor's Blog: Facts Drive Integration Steps
'We will grow our way into the future,' Dr. Dan Greenstein says in his latest update.
Suffrage Expert Kicks Off Women's History Month
Lisa Tetrault to discuss women's suffrage on March 2 during virtual event.
Remote Day? Decision-makers Consider Professor's Forecast
Dr. Mario Majcen considers weather data from around the area to develop his forecast.
Cal U Plans for On-Campus Experience This Fall
Interim President Robert Thorn outlines a plan to resume more in-person classes, activities in Fall 2021. Read his message to the campus community below.
Cal U Named Military Friendly School
The 2021-2022 designation recognizes the University's commitment to military members, veterans and their families.