Fairman Named Academic All-American
The Cal U senior first baseman was chosen as a Google Cloud Third-Team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Heslop Walks On to Memorable Sports Career
Softball star to be inducted into Cal U's Hall of Fame.
Sales 'Brisk' for Bow Ties & Pearls Ball
The June 29 event supports legacy projects and student scholarships.
Strategic Planning Underway, Trustees Told
President Geraldine M. Jones provided an update on the strategic planning process at the June 5 meeting of the Council of Trustees.
Geology Trip Gives Students Context
Stops included sites in New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and California.
Spring 2019 Dean's List
Congratulations to students at California University of Pennsylvania who have been named to the Dean's List for the 2019 spring semester.
Summer at Cal U: One Year in for First Rutledge Scholars
Seven students — the first class of scholars at the Karen and Tom Rutledge Institute for Early Childhood Education — finished their academic year at Cal U with a three-week summer workshop.
191 Students on Athletics Honor Roll
Overall, the Vulcans posted a cumulative GPA of 3.258 last semester, while 23 student-athletes boasted a perfect 4.00 GPA.
Staff Honored at Luncheon
Service milestones from five to 35 years were recognized at the Staff Recognition Luncheon held May 30 in the Natali Performance Center.
Anglers in National Tournament June 4-6
Two members of Cal U's Bass Fishing Club will compete in the championship.
Pinardi Earns State System Honor
The vice president for Student Affairs accepts the Suzanne S. Brown Distinguished Service and Outstanding Professional Award.
Alumnus Nurtures Nature
Todd Sampsell is president of the Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park.
Dr. Lester 'Les' Bakos, who learned to pitch a long baseball throw from campus, will be inducted into the Cal U Athletic Hall of Fame on June 29.
Summer Experience Jr. Shines Spotlight on Children
The camp for kids ages 5-7 will be held June 10-14 at Cal U.
Means to Compete at NCAA Championships
The Cal U standout will be making his fourth career appearance at the NCAA Championships and will be competing in the 200-meter dash.
Suazo Receives Academic All-District Honors
Cal U sophomore Sara Suazo was named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District At-Large Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Sure Sign of Summer
June 15 is Cal U Day at Kennywood Park.
Grad School Information Session June 19
The graduate school at Cal U offers both face-to-face classes and degree programs delivered 100% online.
WCAL, the University’s student-run station, marks 50 years on the air.
Receiver Catches Hall of Fame Nod
Former star receiver Nate Forse will be the fourth player from Cal U's 2007 national semifinalist football team to be inducted into the University's Athletic Hall of Fame.
Three Receive Presidential Merit Awards
The awards honor excellence in teaching, service and research.
Robotics League Competition This Weekend
The National Robotics League event will be held in the Convocation Center May 16-18.
First Class Graduates from D.C.J. Program
Graduates say the degree blends the theoretical with the practical for maximum career advancement.
Speaker to Grads: Author Your Own Story
Nearly 1,200 students graduated from Cal U at the 188th Commencement. Graduate and undergraduate ceremonies were held May 10-11 in the Convocation Center.
New 1852 Society Unites Cal U Family
Current students and alumni are encouraged to nurture their ties with the University through service and philanthropy.
Two ROTC Cadets Commissioned as Officers
ROTC cadets Whitney Ptak and Nicholas Miller were commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army.
3 Earn Spring Person of the Year Awards
The President's Commission for the Status of Women honored three members of the Cal U community with its Person of the Year awards for the Spring 2019 semester.
Graphic Design Students Shine
Two students take home awards from the Pittsburgh chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts.
$23.5 Million in Grants for Geology Software
The funds will be used for software that integrates geoscience, geophysics and engineering assessments.
HR Program Earns Professional Society's Recognition
At California University of Pennsylvania, students and HR professionals can prepare to take the Society for Human Resource Management's certification exam.
Borough Cleanup May 6-18
California Borough is helping Cal U students clean house before they leave their off-campus rentals for summer break.
Students Dress for Success
The Career and Professional Development Center event helps to equip students for great first impressions.
Students Discuss English Language Learner Topics
Deputy secretary Noe Ortega, from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, joined the discussion among education majors.
Hundreds attend outdoor concert
"Idol," "Voice" stars entertain outside the Convocation Center.
200 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes'
Students participate in the event to take a stand against sexual assault.
Suazo Returns to NCAA Super Regional
The sophomore was selected as an individual qualifier to the event being held May 6-8.
Cal U Golf Team Earns Berth
University will host the NCAA Division II Atlantic/East Region Championships May 9-11.
Cal Gals Meet Rutledge Preschoolers
Eighteen members of the Cal Gals -- an alumni affinity group of retired educators -- stopped by to say hello to 14 children enrolled at the Rutledge Institute preschool.
Pittsburgh Passion at Cal U May 4
Cal U will welcome the Pittsburgh Passion, of the Women's Football Alliance, to campus for a game against the Baltimore Nighthawks.
Theater Season Concludes with One-Acts
California University of Pennsylvania's Department of Music and Theatre concludes its spring season by presenting 'An Evening of One Acts' at 7 p.m. May 2-3, and at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. May 4.
Cal U Students Help to Stage 'Bots Battles
Team of students puts on the show during BotsIQ at the Convocation Center.
Hip-hop Message: Don't Be Silent
At Cal U's 11th annual Hip-hop Conference, two figures with national stature reminded Cal U students to stand up for their rights, work together and continue the fight against racism.
Women's Rugby Club at Nationals
The 16-team event runs from April 27-28 at Founders Field in Cheswick, Pa.
TV Executive to Address Cal U Grads
Cal U Commencement speaker Terence Carter, who developed 'Empire' and other shows, is a descendant of Jennie Adams Carter, the school's first African-American graduate.
Kids, Parents, Grandparents Enjoy Day at Cal U
The campus community celebrated Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day on April 25.
Chancellor Reviews Sharing System
Chancellor Dan Greenstein updated Cal U on the progress of the redesign of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education during an open forum on April 24.
Chancellor Applauds Undergraduate Research
The fifth annual Strike a Spark Conference featured a record number of student participants and research presentations.
Students Research Raptors on Chestnut Ridge
Brothers Calvin and Peter Livengood conducted an investigation into migration patterns through the Center for Undergraduate Research at Cal U.
Choir Concert April 28
Admission is free to the event, which will be held at 3 p.m. in Morgan Hall.