Foundation for Cal U Presents Honors
Foundation for Cal U Presents Honors to University Supporters
Former Gates Foundation Director Named State System Chancellor
Daniel Greenstein, who led the Postsecondary Success strategy at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the past six years and who previously was a top administrator in the University of California system, will become the State System's fifth chancellor in September.
Ho Earns Academic All-district Accolades
Golfer Cai Yan Ho was selected to the Google Cloud Academic All-District At-Large Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Four Receive Faculty Merit Awards
Cal U's Faculty Professional Development Center has recognized four professors for excellence in service, grants, research and teaching.
The Journey Begins for Cal U's Newest Graduates
More than 1,200 students receive their degrees as the journey begins for Cal U's newest graduates.
She Said 'Yes!'
James Knight proposes to fiancee Chelsea Croner on the same night he earns his master's degree.
The Weekend in Pictures
Our photographers captured great moments from the Class of 2018.
Two ROTC Cadets Commissioned as Officers
Two ROTC Cadets Commissioned as Officers during May 11 ceremony in Kara Alumni House.
Robots Gear Up for National Robotics League Competition
More than 600 competitors from seven states and Puerto Rico will face off Friday and Saturday, May 18-19, when the National Robotics League returns to the Cal U Convocation Center for its national competition.
Borough to Collect Electronics for Recycling
Borough to Collect Electronics for Recycling May 18-19
Graduating Seniors Share Reflections
As our seniors are planning their next steps after graduation, a few students took a moment to reflect on the footprint they have left at California University of Pennsylvania. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
Cal U Staff Member Honored for Volunteerism
Julie Kingsley will be one of six honorees at the Zonta Washington Club's 33rd Anniversary and Rose Day Celebration Luncheon, set for 1 p.m. June 3 at the Lone Pine Country Club, in Washington, Pa.
Cal U Baseball Club Finishes 5th at NCBA World Series
Season ended with losses to San Diego State (11-2) and Longwood (11-7).
Early Childhood Educators to Earn STEM Endorsement
Early Chilhood educators will earn the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Integrative STEM Education Endorsement, an in-demand credential that documents their ability to incorporate science, technology, engineering and math concepts into classroom learning activities.
Runners Honor Old Glory
Cal U community members -- including teams from the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs and the Admissions Office -- took time May 3 to run nearly a mile in a preamble to a cross-country relay.
Softball Player Receives PSAC Champion Scholar Award
Courtney Sinclair receives PSAC Champion Scholar Award. She boasts a 4.00 cumulative grade-point average while majoring in psychology with a minor in criminal justice.
Alumni Association Hosts 'Cal U Day at Kennywood Park'
The Alumni Association will host Cal U Day at Kennywood Park June 30 at the amusement park in West Mifflin, Pa.
Golfer Suazo Competes at NCAA Super Regional
California University of Pennsylvania first-year student Sara Suazo shoots a 4-over-par 76 in the final round.
'Destination Day' Eases Transfer to Cal U
College students considering a transfer to Cal U will get one-stop assistance when they visit on June 7, a "Destination Day" at Cal U.
Fellowship Opportunities: Get Paid to Inform, Register Voters
Cal U students with an interest in grassroots organizing and voter engagement have two more opportunities to earn money during the 2018 election season.
Vulcans Earn Berth to NCAA Regionals
The Cal U men's golf team shot 58 over-par over three rounds to finish 17th at the NCAA Division II Atlantic/East Region Championships, which concluded May 9 at The Resort at Glade Springs, in Daniels, W.Va. Sophomore Ryan Smith led the Vulcans individually, finishing tied for 51st while fellow sophomore Austin Smith and junior Ian Dunmyer both tied for 58th.
$4.2 Million Gift Founds Rutledge Institute for Early Childhood Education
$4.2 million gift founds Rutledge Institute for Early Childhood Education.
Panelist Cover Range of Issues
Radio, TV and social media personality Charlamagne tha God and Pittsburgh social activist Leon Ford held a wide-ranging discussion that touched on social activism, black pride and even their favorite books April 27 at Cal U's 13th annual Hip-hop Conference.
Women United Look to Past, Celebrate Future
Student organization celebrates five years at April 27 dinner.
Take a Break From Finals Prep
Take a break from finals preparation with free coffee, donuts and pizza in Manderino Library
Strike-A-Spark: A Steppingstone for Scholars
The fourth annual Strike-A-Spark Conference, which showcased work from Cal U students and faculty, was held April 25 in the Convocation Center
'Really cool': Kids Enjoy Being Taken to Work
More than 50 kids visited Cal U on April 26 for Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day.
Students 'Walk a Mile' in Her Shoes
200 men at Cal U don high heels to symbolize their roles in preventing sexual violence.
Watch Cal U's Commencement Live
Cal U will hold ceremonies on May 11-12 in the Convocation Center. Alumnus Larry Maggi will address the graduates.