California State University, Chico’s Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology already supports one of the country’s premier museum studies programs. The museum’s educational and community impact will now transform more lives, thanks to a new $250,000 donation from CSU, Chico Department of Anthropology Professor Emerita Valene L. Smith. Her donation will be used to expand the museum.
Students, staff, faculty, and visitors to California State University, Chico will soon be able to pay for hourly and daily campus parking from their smartphone through a partnership with the mobile app PassportParking.
Leaders for a Lifetime, a youth academic outreach program at California State University, Chico, will open the “We Are Hmong: We Are Your Neighbors” exhibit at the Chico Museum on Jan. 15 from 1–5 p.m. While admission to the exhibit is free, Sunday’s opening is a fundraiser to benefit the Chico Museum and Leaders for a Lifetime, and a donation of $5 is requested.
To inspire new strategies to encourage community well-being, the Center for Healthy Communities (CHC) at California State University, Chico will host the North State Healthy Communities Leadership Summit on November 1.
The Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology invites you to attend a film festival. In Focus: Films of Human Diversity, is an event showcasing three movies created by California State University, Chico faculty and students. The film showcase will take place on November 6 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at the Chico Women’s Club, 592 East Third Street in Chico.
California State University, Chico’s Society of Physics Students (SPS) will present the 29th annual Pumpkin Drop on Monday, Oct. 31 at noon on the south side of Butte Hall.
California State University, Chico student Claudia Martinez Pureco has been selected to receive the 2016 California State University Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement. The Board of Trustees selects students from throughout the state to receive the annual award, which is given to one student from each of the CSU’s 23 campuses.
Regional & Continuing Education at California State University, Chico has invited re-entry students to apply for $108,000 in scholarships made possible through support from the Bernard Osher and Crankstart foundations.
California State University, Chico’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, an honorary organization for financial information students and professionals, will offer free tax-preparation services in partnership with the Internal Revenue Service, starting Feb. 1.
California State University, Chico has named Debra Larson as its new provost and vice president for academic affairs, following a three-month nationwide search. Larson will being her position March 1.
The Associated Students Gender and Sexuality Equity Center (GSEC) is hosting the 18th Annual Women’s Conference: Space for EveryBODY.
Life on Earth now, life on Earth after a potentially catastrophic meteoric impact, and careers in renewable clean energy are all on the schedule during the next few weeks at the Gateway Science Museum.
Cubanabooks, a book publisher founded by California State University, Chico Spanish Professor Sara E. Cooper, recently collected five awards at the International Latino Book Awards (ILBA).
California State University, Chico continues its strong showing in national publications that rank colleges and universities. CSU, Chico climbed to eighth place in the most recent ranking of master's level public universities in the western United States by U.S. News & World Report. The magazine's ranking was published this week.
California State University, Chico is celebrating Black History Month in February with a collection of films, musical performances and discussions.
The Chico Student Success Center provides help for current California State University, Chico students. A recent donation from a University alum is designed to ensure that future students will continue to receive help.
California State University, Chico’s College of Behavioral and Social Sciences recently celebrated some of its remarkable and deserving students with scholarships.
California State University, Chico has been named to the latest President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the ninth time in 10 years that the University has received the distinction.
From a blood drive to a charity walk to raise money for breast cancer research, California State University, Chico’s social Greek organizations set records for philanthropic contributions during Greek Week 2016, which took place from October 9-16.
One hundred school-aged athletes from six surrounding counties will attend the 16th annual Adapted Physical Education Sports Day being held at California, State University, Chico on Oct. 28.
Visit the Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology at California State University, Chico now through October 8 to see a student-curated exhibition, Dragons: Tails of Myth and Meaning.
California State University, Chico’s School of Social Work has declared its intention to change the admissions status for its BSW Program to ‘impacted.’ If the University receives final approval from the Chancellor’s Office this spring, impaction would take effect for the start of the 2018–2019 academic year for incoming freshmen.
In an effort to reduce food insecurity among students throughout the California State University system, CSU, Chico’s Center for Healthy Communities (CHC) has partnered with the Office of the Chancellor in a systemwide effort to conduct CalFresh Outreach with students on college campuses. With CHC serving as lead contractor, the CalFresh Outreach program will operate at 11 campuses to develop resources to increase awareness about this important nutrition assistance program, help eligible students apply for CalFresh, and partner with county social service offices to identify and reduce barriers associated with student enrollment.
As more California State University, Chico students choose to study abroad, the University has again been deemed one of the best options available for college students who wish to study overseas.
Small businesses in Siskiyou County now have access to even more small business development services. Expanded resources will be provided by the Siskiyou Economic Development Council (SEDC), in partnership with the Northeastern California Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at California State University, Chico.
A month after U.S. News named California State University, Chico one of the top public schools in the West Region, the Northern California institution’s academic reputation has received another boost.
California State University, Chico received word Sept. 27 that it had received a five-year, $4.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will support students pursuing studies in the Colleges of Agriculture, Natural Sciences, and Engineering, Computer Science and Construction Management.
Several events are planned this fall around the 2016-2017 Book in Common, My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem, including a community kickoff event on Thursday, Sept. 29. The event will take place from 6-7 p.m. in front of the Chico Municipal Building, 411 Main Street. The Book in Common is a joint project of California State University, Chico; Butte College; the city of Chico; and Butte County.