While navigating through the coronavirus pandemic since March 2020, the Cal State LA community has been adapting to a new normal of online learning, teleworking, social distancing and sheltering in place.
Each of the tens of thousands of students, faculty, staff and alumni who make up that community potentially has a unique or personal story about life under COVID-19.
With that in mind, Cal State LA is inviting every member of that vast, varied community to contribute digital diaries to a project that will collect and archive firsthand accounts of this historical moment.
“The Cal State LA community is very…
From promoting childhood education to improving company strategy and customer service, Ruchi Singh sees the vast potential of using data to improve lives.
“I have a vision to use my knowledge and passion to solve real-life problems using data science,” Singh says. “I believe that by analyzing the data being collected will help make better business decisions, equip children to learn and elders to live comfortably.”
The West Los Angeles resident will graduate with honors in May with a Master of Science in Information Systems from Cal State LA.
Born and raised in India, Singh traces her interest in computers…
California State University, Los Angeles has been awarded a nearly $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to increase degree completion and career readiness among students in engineering and computer science majors.
The grant is funded through the NSF Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S-STEM) Program.
“With this grant, we’ll continue our great success in educating and preparing students for success in STEM fields,” said Cal State LA President William A. Covino. “Our graduates are diversifying STEM professions across the nation.”
The five-year grant will help launch the Culturally Adaptive Pathway to Success (CAPS) program at…
Eagle-Con 2018 will explore issues of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, identity, and representation in science fiction and fantasy across media
Los Angeles — California State University, Los Angeles will honor fiction writer and editor Nalo Hopkinson and writer and producer Cheo Hodari Coker during Eagle-Con, an event that celebrates science fiction, fantasy, comic books, and superheroes.
The theme of this year’s Eagle-Con is “Aliens, Monsters and Others!” The event will be held March 8–10 on the campus of Cal State LA.
The three-day convention will explore issues of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, identity, and representation in science fiction and fantasy…
California State University, Los Angeles honored a civil rights legend and an education champion, and celebrated two outstanding student-athletes during the 20th Billie Jean King & Friends Gala.
Legendary labor union trailblazer Dolores Huerta was awarded the California State University, Los Angeles Presidential Medallion and STEM education leader Tam O’Shaughnessy, Ph.D., received the Joe Shapiro Humanitarian Award.
“You know what I love about this university? I love the fact that we came out №1 for upward mobility,” Billie Jean King said to the crowd gathered in the ballroom of the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena for the Oct. 21 fundraiser…
Cal State LA recognized Nanda Ganesan for excellence in the classroom and service to the community during the 2017 University Fall Convocation at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex.
Ganesan, a professor of information systems in the College of Business and Economics at Cal State LA, was one of four Outstanding Professors honored for excellence in teaching and significant achievement in scholarly inquiry or creativity, as well as professional activities and community service, during a festive ceremony on August 17.
Born in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Ganesan was one of the founding faculty members of the Semnan Institute of Technology in Iran…