Upgrade Enhances Software Access
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure will allow students to access certain programs from any device and location.
Group to Provide Cultural Competency Training
The Cultural Humility & Equity Collaborative will begin work with the City of Pittsburgh's Department of Public Safety.
Alumni Spotlight: A Design for Success
Graphic design professional Desiree Tomich makes her mark with PepsiCo's Beverage North America team.
More than a Mentor
Two non-traditional students share their experiences in the Peer Mentoring Program.
Mentor Makes College Transition Easier
Shared academic and extracurricular interests help two students connect.
Cal U Congratulates Stock Market Challenge Winners
The competition and related curriculum is designed to build financial literacy and personal finance skills.
Student Delivers Food, Human Connection
Junior social work major volunteers for Meals on Wheels.
Cal U Collaborates on School Program
Monessen Positive Action is funded by a two-year, $153,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency
GACO Plans January Webinar
Officials to provide guidance on ALCOSAN contracts
Head Trainer to Serve on Social Justice Task Force
The group will assist the PSAC on policies, programs and other initiatives.
Grants Help Students Balance Classwork, Parenting
Income-eligible Cal U students can apply now for free, quality child care.
Ready for New Roles
Transitions in Student Affairs, Administration and Finance begin in January 2021.
Amazon Donation Stocks Cupboard
Food, school supplies and toiletries will be available for students in need. The Cal U Cupboard will be open over winter break.
Cal U Honors August, December Grads
A congratulatory message from University President Geraldine Jones highlights the achievements of more than 1,000 students. Celebratory items also will be mailed to graduates' homes.
Our Grads: Building Better Fitness
David Friedman, a Doctor of Health Science graduate, envisions ways to help clients achieve holistic health.
Our Grads: Tech Ed Major Builds Skills
Student-teaching during a pandemic prepared Colin Phillips for whatever comes next.
Our Grads: Putting Patients First
Moriah Miller, a communication disorders major, possesses practical ability and natural compassion, her professor says.
Spreading Holiday Joy
Cal U Relay for Life student members send letters from Santa as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
Cal U Wins 'Best Venue' Category
The University wins as best venue for youth retreats and camps in a competition sponsored by Unique Venues.
The Castle Is His Classroom
Secondary education major Sam Lucas taps into his love of history as a volunteer tour guide at Nemacolin Castle.
Health Science Grads to Present Work
The newest class of doctoral graduates will present their portfolios via Zoom on Dec. 11.
Cal U Students Reach Out
Students find ways to give back to their communities despite challenges and restrictions during the pandemic.
'What Makes the Season'
The show goes on for the theater program, which mixes talent and technology to prepare Cal U's annual holiday performances.
Official Proclamation for President Jones
An official proclamation from the state House of Representatives is presented to President Geraldine Jones as she conducts her final regular meeting of the Cal U Council of Trustees before her retirement in January.
$2.1 Million Federal Grant Promotes Student Success
The five-year project will enhance advising, create work-based learning experiences and more.
M.B.A. Student to Present Research
Michael Carney will present 'Management's Inception: Creating a More Conscious Learning Environment' at a national conference.
Students Prepare Digital Premieres
The videos will be shown Dec. 1, continuing Cal U's partnership with the Heinz History Center Affiliates Program.
Fall Conference a Success
The Creative Works virtual presentations of undergraduate research showcase student projects and offer a preview of the spring Strike a Spark event.
Choir Concert Nov. 29
The virtual event will be at 3 p.m. on Facebook.
Under the Microscope
Student Jennifer Miller uses a scanning electron microscope to analyze rock samples for more accurate dating.
First-year Show Turns 25
Cal U students take a virtual stage for 'Gooserumps: Goosed Up Tales and Fables Gone Wrong.'
Students, Faculty Serve Communities on Election Day
They volunteered their time to serve as poll workers on Nov. 3.
Fitness Pro to Headline Next Graduate Speaker Series Event
Technogym executive brings health and wellness focus to virtual event hosted by Cal U's School of Graduate Studies and Research.
Students Team Up for Audiobook Recording
Theater, commercial music technology students work on Cal U professor's audiobook.
Cal U Plans Financial Webinars
The events will be Nov. 19 and Dec. 1 and will focus on credit and student loans.
Election Forum Panelists Weigh In
Experts offer opinions on the general election at the Dr. Melanie Blumberg Post-Election Analysis Forum.
Chancellor Provides Integration Update
The System Redesign site is the source for progress reports.
Virtual Veterans Day Program Planned
The ceremony will continue a long-standing tradition at Cal U.
GACO Webinar Nov. 18
Participants will learn more about doing business with Allegheny County.
Student Research on Virtual Display
The Fall Creative Works and Research Event is set for Nov. 16-20.
Spring Semester 'All About Choice'
Cal U will teach labs, hands-on courses in person this spring, but students still have a remote learning option.
Post-Election Analysis Forum Livestreams Nov. 10
Experts will analyze results just one week after Election Day at virtual event organized by Cal U.
Agreement Keeps Permanent Faculty at Cal U
In a message to the campus community, President Geraldine Jones shared "good news" about an agreement that moves Cal U closer to financial sustainability while avoiding faculty retrenchment. Her message:
Sorority Continues to Give Back
Sigma Kappa at Cal U stays active and engaged during remote operations this fall.
Virtual Series to Address Suicide
Sam Lonich, formerly a Cal U psychology professor, will present 'Demystifying Suicide' at 11 a.m. Nov. 10.
Rutledge Scholars Plan Fall Activities
Students in the program plan events to make the week before Halloween memorable for children enrolled at the Rutledge Institute for Early Childhood Education preschool.
Watch Election Results Nov. 3
Cal U is hosting an ElectionWatch event for faculty, staff and students from 8-11 p.m.
Cal U Plans Virtual Visit Sessions
Those interested in graduate and undergraduate degree programs may register to attend.
Creative Works Event Nov. 16-20
Students are invited to submit their undergraduate research from an individual project, class project, capstone experience or senior thesis.