Chico State News
University Receives A- Grade from Money Magazine for Value
In its recent “Best Colleges for Your Money” rankings, Money magazine gave California State University, Chico an A- for added value, landing it among the nation’s top 50 colleges in that category.
Peach Picking Time is Here
The public is invited to pick their own peaches beginning Monday, Aug. 3, at California State University, Chico’s University Farm and continuing weekdays, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to noon, until the peaches are gone.
Admissions Open for Spring 2016
Beginning Aug. 1, 2015, California State University, Chico will accept applications from fully eligible upper-division transfer students for the spring 2016 semester.
Gateway Science Museum Hosts Solar Cooking Workshop
California State University, Chico’s Gateway Science Museum will host a hands-on solar cooking workshop from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 1. The workshop will be led by Todd Harris, a local solar cooker advocate.
Chemistry, Physics Students Solve Science Problems at Summer Institute
Three local high school students, 11 faculty mentors also participating
Trading sunglasses for safety glasses and tank tops for lab coats, 17 undergraduate students are spending their summers developing solutions to real-world science problems at the 2015 Chemistry Summer Research Institute (CSRI) at California State University, Chico.
Students to Conduct Field Research on Effects of Gold Mining
In the wake of receiving The Sierra Fund’s Sierra Crest Award for its research contributions to the effects of toxic mining in the Sierra Nevada, the CSU, Chico Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences’ (GEOS) has started a new field research partnership this summer with the California Department of Conservation’s Abandoned Mined Land Unit (AMLU).
Industry Leaders Bring Talents, Enthusiasm to University Foundation Board
The University Foundation, California State University, Chico, has added eight community members to its Board of Governors that bring outstanding knowledge and expertise in areas such as finance, community service and philanthropy.
Summer Session Offers Accelerated Learning Options
Nearly 3,000 Enrolled in CSU, Chico Summer Courses; Program in 96th Year
Nearly 3,000 students are earning university credit this summer through Regional & Continuing Education’s (RCE) summer session at California State University, Chico.
North State Symphony Announces New Music Director Scott Seaton
Award-winning conductor Scott Seaton has been named as the new music director of the North State Symphony. The announcement was made Wednesday, June 17, at a North State Symphony Board of Directors meeting in Redding.
University Police Chief Appointed
John Feeney, a captain and longtime member of the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD), has been appointed chief of California State University, Chico’s University Police Department. He begins his new position July 1.
More News Stories