Chico State News
Kickoff Event to Be Held for 2014-15 Book in Common ‘The Distance Between Us’
A community kickoff event for the 2014-15 Book in Common will be held Thursday, Sept. 4, in the Chico City Plaza from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
University Ranks High on Sierra Club’s Cool Schools List
California State University, Chico has been named to the Sierra Club’s Cool Schools list, highlighting the nation’s greenest colleges and universities. CSU, Chico ranked No. 39, the highest of any CSU.
‘Wildcat Welcome’ Enhances Students’ Transition to University Life
California State University, Chico continues to expand its efforts to provide entering students with activities and information that will assist them in a successful start of the academic year.
Student’s Bat Box Project Aims to Fill Data Gap
You could say Aithne Loeblich is batty about bats.
The California State University, Chico biology student is spending much of her summer building shelters to attract the tiny winged creatures so she can study them more closely.
Students Seek 2015 Community Service Project Proposals
Students from California State University, Chico’s College of Engineering, Computer Science and Construction Management and a board of community advisors are seeking proposals for the students’ 2015 Community Service Project. The proposal deadline is Monday, Aug. 18.
Autism Camp Receives Support From Business
A California State University, Chico summer camp to aid autistic teens and adults through the arts is receiving unexpected funding from a prominent area business.
Music Students Recognized for Service to North State
Music education students at California State University, Chico earned an honorable mention in the National Association for Music Education’s Collegiate Chapter of Excellence awards program.
Journalism Student Wins National Speech Contest
When California State University, Chico student Morgan Dixon gave an example of an informative speech to her peers last spring, she never imagined it would land her first place in a national competition.
Summer Program Attracts Top-flight Math Students
California State University, Chico is once again hosting some of the best mathematics students in the country in June and July as part of a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to provide them and high school math teachers with an opportunity to do challenging math research.
Kids Crack the Case at Gateway Science Camp
Junior investigators from Oroville School District got a crash course in forensics last week at the Gateway Science Museum’s Discovery Summer Camp held at California State University, Chico.
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