Vol. 19, No. 20
November 19, 2020
Retiring CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White shared a few words of gratitude during his final board meeting as leader of the 23-campus university. Hear his full message.
Established at Cal State Long Beach, the center is a university-wide effort to eliminate equity gaps at all levels of education. Learn more.
Richard Yao, Ph.D., currently serves as CSUCI's vice president for student affairs and will begin his new role Jan. 11, 2020. Yao, who identifies as a Chinese Filipino American, becomes the first person of color to lead the campus. Meet him.
Marinescu, who will oversee the university's Division of Audit and Advisory Services, is a product of the CSU, having earned a bachelor's degree from Cal State Long Beach. Meet him.
The CSU educates students who will eventually power California. As students, they learn the importance of ethical leadership and civic engagement, along with receiving a quality education. Take a look back at 60 years of civic engagement in the CSU. 
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