Chico State News
Book in Common for Academic Year 2015-16 Announced
Butte College and California State University, Chico, are pleased to announce the Book in Common selection for academic year 2015-16: “Just Mercy,” by Bryan Stevenson.
Model United Nation Team Named Outstanding Delegation at National Conference
For the eighth time in nine years, California State University, Chico’s Model United Nations (MUN) team received the Outstanding Delegation award at the National (MUN) conference in New York City March 29—April 1.
Vela Named Dean of College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Eddie Vela has been selected as the Dean of the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSS) at California State University, Chico, where he has served as interim dean of the college since 2013.
Professor Selected for Outstanding Dietetics Educator Award
California State University, Chico nutrition and food science professor Michelle Morris has received the regional Outstanding Dietetics Educator Award from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, a national organization.
CLIC Hosts Water Awareness and Conservation Week
‘Where Your Water Comes From’ a Theme April 20-24
Environmental advocates (EA) at California State University, Chico’s Community Legal Information Center (CLIC) will host the University’s first Water Week April 20-24.
Construction Management Students Reroof Durham Memorial Hall
HVAC Units, Other Features Installed As Part of 2015 Community Service Project
Construction management students at California State University, Chico are reroofing the 6,000 square-foot Durham Memorial Hall and installing four heating and air conditioning (HVAC) units as part of the College of Engineering, Computer Science and Construction Management’s 2015 Community Service Project.
Founders Week Features Special Events, High Achievers
California State University, Chico will once again recognize its long history and honor outstanding students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the University during the annual Founders Week celebration held each April.
Richmond Appointed Acting President; Zingg Recuperates From Surgery
Rollin Richmond, retired president of Humboldt State University, has assumed the position of acting president at California State University, Chico while President Paul Zingg recovers from bypass surgery.
Technology Issues in Spotlight for Students in Chico Great Debate
Technology-related issues and policies will be in focus for nearly 2,000 students from California State University, Chico and Butte College who will participate in the Chico Great Debate on Friday, April 3, in the Chico City Council Chambers. Topics to be discussed include social media addiction, drones in combat, artificial intelligence and genetic modification.
Students Address Policy Issues at Town Hall Meeting April 16
California State University, Chico students will tackle issues ranging from the environment to the economy at a town hall meeting Thursday, April 16, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Bell Memorial Union (BMU) Auditorium and other campus locations. Event coordinators anticipate more than 800 student and community participants.
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