msgisci_banner_v2_600.jpgGeospatial sciences, remote sensing, and cartographic visualization may sound like esoteric terms, but they have an everyday impact on anyone who’s ever used Google Maps.

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(L-R) Juliet Hidalgo, CSULB Senior Communications Strategist; Dr. Brian Jersky, CSULB Provost and Senior VP; and Ho-Sung Chang, President of Dankook University


CSULB Senior Vice President and Provost Brian Jersky and Senior Communications Strategist Juliet Hidalgo visited South Korea to celebrate Dankook University’s 70th Anniversary in November 2017. The celebration honored guests, alumni, and faculty from the top-tier university, which is a key partner of CSULB’s Study Abroad student exchange programs in Asia.

 

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PHOTO (L-R): SBWIB Award recipients and CCPE representatives Tim Mozia, Associate Dean; Penni Wells, Associate Director of Professional Programs; and Regina Cash, Director of Academic and Professional Programs; with Wayne Spencer, SBWIB Chairperson

CCPE was honored by the South Bay Workforce Investment Board (SBWIB) at its 22nd Annual Awards Ceremony last fall. The award recognized 100% job placement for CCPE’s Human Resources Management Certificate Program for the academic year. Every student who took the course was able to secure and maintain employment, utilizing their HR certificate and SBWIB’s support services. 

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PHOTO: CCPE grad Sarah Winston working with textiles at Mingei International Museum in San Diego
Many museum patrons enjoy the art on display without realizing that many more masterpieces are hidden away in the building’s storage facilities.

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PHOTO (L-R): Sport Management student Caleb Kephart and IndyCar driver Graham Rahal


Caleb Kephart knew nothing about auto racing when he began his internship at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. The CSULB graduate student, pursuing a Master of Arts in Kinesiology with an option in Sport Management, was excited to gain experience. Soon enough, his speed in learning was matched only by the cars zooming around the track.

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The world is getting smaller, even as the connections between people and places are getting more complicated. The U.S. economy is growing, but the consumer shift towards online commerce has permanently altered the supply chain that moves products from factory floors to customers’ front doors.

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