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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.
Calling Center Students Set School Record, Reach $1 Million in Pledges in One Year
For the first time in the 20-year history of the calling center at California State University, Chico, student callers have generated more than $1 million in gift pledges in a single fiscal year.
Ability First Sports Camp Welcomes Youth with Disabilities June 21-27
Young people with physical disabilities will be making California State University, Chico their home June 21–27 as they participate in the 30th annual Ability First Sports Camp on campus.
‘Frugal House’ Benefits North State Symphony
Frugal House returns to Chico on June 19–20 as a fundraiser for the North State Symphony. Now in its seventh year, Frugal House offers designers a challenge: to create a memorably unique room in the Frugal House, without spending much money.
Kids to Go to Infinity and Beyond at Gateway Science Camps
Local school-age children will explore the final frontier during two weeklong camps in July at the Gateway Science Museum at California State University, Chico. Themed “Astro Camp,” the program aims to provide campers with hands-on investigations of astronomy, space exploration, our solar system and meteorology.
ALVA-Produced Film Wins Emmy Award
A documentary film created in the Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology (ALVA) at California State University, Chico, “Impact of the Frolic,” has been selected for a Northern California-area Emmy Award for 2014-2015.
Local High School Students Experience College During Summer Residential Program
Upward Bound Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Supporting College-Bound Students
Approximately 230 area high school students will be moving into Lassen and Shasta halls starting June 14 as part of California State University, Chico’s Upward Bound program.
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