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June 2010 News

  • 2010 Athletic Hall of Fame class

    June 30, 2010

    President Armenti has announced that seven past Cal U stars will comprise the 2010 Athletic Hall of Fame class. Official inductions will be held during a banquet on Friday, Oct. 15, inside the Elmo Natali Student Center.

  • Annual Staff Recognition Dinner

    June 29, 2010

    Provost Geraldine Jones was recognized for 35 years of service at Cal U’s 29th annual Staff Recognition Dinner on June 25. The University also honored more than 100 people who have retired recently or reached service milestones.

  • No. 2 in Directors' Cup

    June 28, 2010

    Cal U finishes second in the final standings of the 2009-2010 Learfield Sports Directors' Cup - the highest finish ever by a PSAC school. The standings were determined by a scoring system based on the national finishes of seven men’s and women’s sports teams.

  • Urban high school students to participate in robotics camp

    June 24, 2010

    Cal U will host a three-week robotics camp for urban high school seniors as part of the R. Benjamin Wiley Partnership Program of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. The camp will take place throughout July.

  • Radio show features 'Grow Up Great' event

    June 17, 2010

    The Allegheny Front radio show profiles a Cal U initiative that teaches young children to explore the natural world. Education majors, led by Dr. J. William Hug, participated in the program, made possible by a PNC Grow Up Great With Science grant. Click “more” for a link to the broadcast.

  • Last day for Parking Pre-registration!

    June 03, 2010

    Students, faculty and staff who wish to park on campus or at Roadman Park in Fall 2010 must pre-register for parking between June 21 and July 6. Drivers ALSO must complete final registration, which begins August 2 at noon. Click “more” for details!

  • Roberto Clemente Exhibition Continues Through Aug. 24

    June 02, 2010

    The Roberto Clemente exhibition runs through Aug. 24 in Manderino Gallery. The exhibition, in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Services, examines the life of the legendary Pittsburgh Pirate.