The university hopes the minor will prepare students to be able to help protect their employers from cyber attacks in the future.
Cal State Long Beach professors will be hosting a series of “teach-ins” this semester in response to concerns surrounding the rhetoric and actions of the country’s new president, Donald J. Trump.
The first week of classes at Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) are over, allowing students to rest from what was no doubt a stressful couple of days, as many tried to find parking, textbooks, classrooms and good food.
Cal State Long Beach students and staff will no longer have to worry about displaying their parking permits on their car’s dashboards, beginning next week. The university’s parking and transportation services will upgrade their parking technology to a paperless system starting Monday, August 15, the school announced last week.
A recent spike in vehicle burglaries at Cal State Long Beach has prompted university officials this week to remind individuals to properly secure their belongings. In each recent case the vehicle’s window was smashed and personal property was taken, according to a crime alert posted Thursday on CSULB’s website.
While many have been celebrating the graduation of several thousand Cal State Long Beach students this week, the College of the Arts commencement ceremony held a bittersweet moment Thursday morning as the parents of design student Nohemi Gonzalez—the only American killed in the recent Paris attacks—walked across the stage to accept her posthumous degree.
Following the widely reported deportation of an undocumented man from Long Beach in February, Cal State Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley announced an order last week that helps direct campus police who encounter undocumented foreign nationals.
This week Cal State Long Beach’s class of 2016 will graduate, and for those seeking more information on who’s graduating at what time and where, here’s a brief guide to help.
Cal State Long Beach’s (CSULB) Delta Lambda Phi fraternity will host its ninth annual Draglicious drag show fundraiser Friday night, with a portion of the proceeds going to the university’s LGBT Resource Center to help replace computers stolen a few months ago.
Cal State Long Beach officials said they are in the process of changing the university’s weapons policy, after a number of individuals expressed concern in the days and weeks following an incident in February, during which a student displayed a knife in class.