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Matt Kroner, President of the Statewide University Police Association (SUPA), issued the following statement regarding a knowingly false complaint of racial bias against a member of the SUPA employed at the Long Beach State Police Department: The statements made to the media by the California Faculty [email protected] Beach (CFA) alleging …continue reading

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Cal State Long Beach recently received a $2.5 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to kickstart the development of research classes designed to retain first-generation and at-risk undergraduate students in STEM. Many first-generation undergraduate students who initially engage in research find little relevance to themselves or their community and …continue reading

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Cal State Long Beach is just one of 10 schools across the country to receive the maximum award to help recruit, train, and place over 700 minority students into California’s public health workforce. The grant will also improve the gathering of U.S. public health information and COVID-19 data collection. The …continue reading

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A settlement agreement has been reached in a lawsuit brought by the Juaneño Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation – Belardes and the California Cultural Resources Preservation Alliance, Inc., against California State University-Long Beach (CSULB). The agreement provides permanent protection to Puvungna, a listed historical and cultural site on the …continue reading

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More than 90 English and Spanish speaking California State University, Long Beach accounting students, who are Internal Revenue Service certified, will provide free tax preparation assistance to families who make $54,000 or less, disabled people, the elderly, students, non-residents and individuals with limited English proficiency. The free service is part …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for August 18 through August 24 include embezzlement, municipal fiscal sustainability, and predatory coyotes. Top Ten Stories for August 18 through August 24 most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Former Esperanza High School clerk charged with 222 felonies …continue reading

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California State University, Long Beach police officers will conduct a multi-agency active shooter and mass casualty exercise during a “live-fire” simulation training. Officers will use non-lethal training ammunition that may sound like cap guns when fired. There will also be pretend victims with fake blood who appear to have injuries. …continue reading

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Paul Baker Prindle will join California State University, Long Beach as Director of the campus art museum, following his directorship at University of Nevada, Reno. Highly experienced in capital expansions and capacity building, Baker Prindle will work with stakeholders ahead of a significant expansion, as the University Art Museum is …continue reading

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Cypress College is one of 57 colleges to participate in the #RealCollege Survey, which evaluated access to affordable food and housing in the California Community College system in the fall of 2018. The report, which is released today and will be detailed during a conference call this afternoon, identifies a …continue reading