CSU, Chico News
Community Invited to Participate in Public Arts Project
Photography Sessions Planned March 7-10
California State University, Chico’s Campus Public Arts Committee is seeking the community’s participation in photography sessions for the campus’ new public art project, “Facewall.” The project by artist team Walczak & Heiss has been selected for installation on the south-facing wall of the new arts and humanities building at Second and Normal streets.
Students Prepare to Present in Annual Research Competition
California State University, Chico is hosting the 29th Annual CSU, Chico Student Research Competition on March 4, 2015, from 5 to 9 p.m. in Colusa 100A.
Professor Named President of National Organization
California State University, Chico construction management professor Lori Brown was named president of the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) professional organization on Feb. 1, 2015.
Local Students to Compete in Annual MESA Day
California State University, Chico’s MESA Schools Program will host its annual MESA Preliminaries Day on March 7, when more than 120 local middle and high school students will to campus to compete with their prepared projects including gliders, airplanes, bridges, mousetrap cars and prosthetic arms. Students will arrive at CSU, Chico at 8 a.m., with competitions and events taking place across campus.
Graduate Student Selected for Public Policy Award
California State University, Chico graduate student Taylor Herren has been selected for the 2015 American Institute of Biological Sciences’ (AIBS) Emerging Public Policy Leadership Award.
Visiting Professors to Speak on Iraq War and Future of Middle East
War experts Allen Weiner and Allan Stam will give a presentation on Thursday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. as part of the political science honor society Pi Sigma Alpha’s sixth annual spring lecture. The program, “Iraq: Looking Backward, Moving Forward,” will take place in the Bell Memorial Union Auditorium (BMU 100).
‘Love Every Body Week’ Brings Body Positivity, Promotes Healthy Living
The California State University, Chico student organization Embodied is proud to be hosting Love Every Body Week Feb. 23-27 on the CSU, Chico campus.
Students Create App that Rewards Students for Not Using Phones in Class
Two California State University, Chico students are offering an incentive to students to put their phones down during class: discounts and free food at local businesses.
University Selects Nine for Professional Achievement Honors
The Faculty Recognition and Support Committee at California State University, Chico has selected nine professors for its 2014-2015 Professional Achievement Honors. The awards recognize faculty who have exemplified the teacher-scholar model over the past three years.
Ribbon Cutting Planned for University’s 2014 Community Service Project
Dedication Event Scheduled for Feb. 18
WHAT: The Salvation Army will host a dedication event to celebrate the new Ann and Emmett Skinner Transitional Living Program (TLP), constructed in 2014 by student volunteers from California State University, Chico and by community and business volunteers.
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