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Hispanic Heritage Month begins with shows on Sept. 15 in Oxnard, Ventura and Camarillo

Hispanic Heritage Month begins with shows on Sept. 15 in Oxnard, Ventura and Camarillo

The Latino Vision Group in Oxnard will hold an opening reception for the Chicano/a Art show “Latino Visions in Oxnard 2017” from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15, at the former Social Security Administration building, 424 South B St., near Plaza Park, Oxnard. Exhibits will be presented through Monday, Oct. 30 at multiple venues. In celebration...
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CSUCI one of 70+ destinations on Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA art celebration through Jan. 2018

CSUCI one of 70+ destinations on Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA art celebration through Jan. 2018

CAMARILLO — The Chicana/Chicano movement of the 1960s and ‘70s, Mexican iconography and ancient Aztec cosmic female deities are all part of a CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) art show designed to kick off the University’s participation in the Getty’s institutive Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. Led by the Getty, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (PST: LA/LA) is a far-reaching and ambitious...
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Dec. 1 — MVS School of Business & Economics Speaker Series tackles questions of prescription drug costs and medical ethics

Dec. 1 — MVS School of Business & Economics Speaker Series tackles questions of prescription drug costs and medical ethics

CAMARILLO — Why is the cost of prescription drugs so high? Should the parents of a critically disabled infant be allowed to consent to experimental treatment even if the doctors say no? And when is a prescription for medical marijuana appropriate? Difficult questions in medical ethics and pharmaceutical pricing will be fielded by two experts...
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Through Dec. 9 — Fake news; Zoot Suiters; war and peace; body and soul all subjects in CSUCI’s Library Lecture Series

Through Dec. 9 — Fake news; Zoot Suiters; war and peace; body and soul all subjects in CSUCI’s Library Lecture Series

CAMARILLO — CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) welcomes another partner this year in the University’s fall Library Lecture Series, which begins Sept. 9 and wraps up Dec. 9 and explores everything from the history of organized labor to the gulf between the young and old in Ventura County. “The lecture series this fall features a range of...
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CSUCI students team up with Oxnard Police Department, Ventura County and other volunteers to paint over graffiti

CSUCI students team up with Oxnard Police Department, Ventura County and other volunteers to paint over graffiti

CAMARILLO — Almost 150 new transfer and first year students joining CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) in the fall will get a jump on their community service with a graffiti abatement event from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26. This year’s CSUCI Student Service Summit has grown to include Ventura County Supervisor...
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Political memorabilia owned by first female mayor of Oxnard part of research project for CSUCI

Political memorabilia owned by first female mayor of Oxnard part of research project for CSUCI

CAMARILLO — A photo of Senator Bobby Kennedy campaigning in Oxnard the day before he was assassinated is one of hundreds of political artifacts recently donated to the John Spoor Broome Library at CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI). The collection was accumulated by Jane McCormick Tolmach, the first female mayor of Oxnard, who died in...
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CSUCI will soon be 100% smoke and tobacco free

CSUCI will soon be 100% smoke and tobacco free

CAMARILLO — Beginning on Aug. 23, 2017, CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) will be completely smoke and tobacco-free. CSUCI is taking this step to comply with an executive order from the CSU Chancellor’s Office declaring that all CSU campuses must be smoke and tobacco-free. The Smoke & Tobacco-Free policy prohibits smoking, the use or sale of all tobacco...
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CSU Trustees approve next phase of University Glen on CSUCI campus

CAMARILLO — The CSU Board of Trustees has given final approval to the next phase of the CI 2025 Vision Plan during the CSU Board of Trustees meeting held this week, giving a green light to development of 32 acres of the University Glen residential community on the CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) campus. “This is another step...
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National Science Foundation awards CSUCI grant to cultivate math teachers

National Science Foundation awards CSUCI grant to cultivate math teachers

CAMARILLO — CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) graduate and undergraduate students who would like to teach high school math will soon be able to apply for $10,000 scholarships, thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The NSF recently awarded CSUCI with $1,176,577 for a joint project entitled “California Coast Noyce Mathematics Partnership.” The program...
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Aspiring engineers in CSUCI’s Summer Bridge program to test the strength of their spaghetti bridges

Aspiring engineers in CSUCI’s Summer Bridge program to test the strength of their spaghetti bridges

CAMARILLO — After a month of study on various aspects of engineering design, physics and teamwork, 40 aspiring engineers from Hueneme High School will test their skills by building a bridge out of dry spaghetti, then seeing how much weight it will bear. The sixth annual Hueneme High School Academy of Engineering and Design Bridge...
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Aug. 26 — Getty conservator who restores paintings from the masters to speak at Camarillo Library

Aug. 26 — Getty conservator who restores paintings from the masters to speak at Camarillo Library

CAMARILLO — Paul Getty Museum Associate Conservator Devi Ormond revives famous works of art hidden behind layers of dirt and discolored varnish hundreds of years old. Sometimes it takes days, sometimes years, depending on the painting. “When conservators clean a painting, we’re not trying to make it look brand new,” Ormond wrote in “The Iris,”...
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Celebration of Life for Hank Lacayo to be held on June 24 at CSUCI

Celebration of Life for Hank Lacayo to be held on June 24 at CSUCI

CAMARILLO — A voice for workers, a force for seniors, a champion for education and a true friend to CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI), Henry L. “Hank” Lacayo will be honored on Saturday, June 24 on the campus. The public is invited to a Celebration of Life for Lacayo who passed away on May 1 after a long...
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Henry L. ‘Hank’ Lacayo Celebration of Life, scholarship fund kickoff, to be held June 24 at CSU Channel Islands

Henry L. ‘Hank’ Lacayo Celebration of Life, scholarship fund kickoff, to be held June 24 at CSU Channel Islands

SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2017 4-7 P.M. JOHN SPOOR BROOME LIBRARY PLAZA RSVP The Lacayo family invites you to support the establishment of the Henry L.“Hank” Lacayo Scholarship Fund at CSU Channel Islands. GIVE NOW IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT CELINA.ZACARIAS@CSUCI.EDU OR 805-437-8920.
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CSUCI Biology student Marisol Luis named 2017 Newman Fellow

CSUCI Biology student Marisol Luis named 2017 Newman Fellow

CAMARILLO — CSU Channel Islands Biology major Marisol Luis is  one of 273 students nationwide who have been named a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow. Luis, who graduated on May 20, plans to apply to graduate school in hopes of eventually going on to earn her Ph.D. and study stem cells. The Newman Civic Fellowships are awarded...
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CSUCI to graduate largest class

CSUCI to graduate largest class

Separate morning and afternoon ceremonies will accommodate largest number of graduates and guests CAMARILLO — CSU Channel Islands (CI) candidates for graduation will receive degrees in separate morning and afternoon ceremonies on Saturday, May 20. With 2,261 students eligible to receive degrees or credentials, candidates include those who have completed their degree programs during fall 2016,...
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