CSULA’s Dr. Mauricio Castillo says because metro L.A. leads the pack in the business areas of manufacturing and production, it’s a great place to launch a career as an industrial designer.
Dr. Hengchun Ye, of CSULA, says in order for geographers to compete for a projected blast of upcoming job openings in LA.
Veteran criminalist Donald Johnson says the criminal justice system is in need of sharp forensic scientists that excel in science, math and computer technology.
Dr. Flavia S. Fleischer, of California State University, Northridge, discusses how CSUN is now preparing students for a huge spike in the number of projected job openings for sign language interpreters.
Dr. Lorie H. Judson, professor and director of the School of Nursing at California State University, Los Angeles, discusses how CSULA is now readying nurse practitioners for anticipated job growth.
Dr. Joseph Otto says the university is now preparing students for a projected explosion of job opportunities in the fast-growing field of information security.
The feud erupted over a pro-life poster that Mireille Miller-Young, an Associate Professor of Feminine Studies, allegedly took from a group of friends sharing their views against abortion on March 4.
Sixty-four-year-old Mark McQueen, who teaches English at the school, was conducting class on October 31 when a student allegedly stood up, shouted expletives and raised his fist.
College officials said in a statement they accepted Hugo Schwyzer’s resignation that was effective Wednesday.
Protesters voiced their concerns to CSU officials Wednesday about alleged misuse of public university property to support a boycott of Israel.
A theology professor at Azusa Pacific University may be leaving her post of 15 years after announcing last week that she identifies herself as a transgender man.
A former University of California, Irvine professor pleaded guilty Tuesday to multiple counts of arson and other charges in a plea deal after setting fires at his teenage son’s high school and other locations following the boy’s suicide.
Authorities released new details on the capture of a former USC professor in Mexico Tuesday, one day after he was added to the FBI’s Most Wanted List.
A former USC professor listed on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List was arrested in Mexico Tuesday evening, according to authorities.
A former University of Southern California professor and author has become the 500th person to be added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list, it was announced Monday.