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    Summer Environmental/Ecology Studies

    New scholars in the Southern California Ecosystems Research Program conducted field research in the desert, canyon shrub lands and the ocean this summer to learn more about issues affecting the local environment and ecosystems.

    Federal Official Discusses Job Opportunities

    Katherine Archuleta, director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, met with students this week to discuss career opportunities within the federal government that graduates may wish to explore.

    Partnership Focuses on Training Artists for Industry Careers

    Art students are getting real-world experience through a campus partnership with UST Global that includes a competition in which students pitch software application designs.

    Examining the 'Great War'

    The Pollak Library presents "The Great War: A Community Remembrance of the First World War, 1914-1918," an exhibit of photographic and historical artifacts commemorating the 100th anniversary of the war.

    Online Course Arms Educators and Parents Against Bullying

    When her then-17-year-old daughter was threatened with rape and murder by some football players five years ago, Karyl Ketchum took action: developing an online course for teachers, administrator and parents.

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     Last Published 7/25/14