CSUDH Associated Students, Inc. President Obioha “Obi” Ogbonna speaks on his goals, challenges, and accomplishments.
Dean Mi-Sook Kim of the College of Health, Human Services and Nursing sees greatness ahead.
From coast to coast, Toros from the College of Health, Human Services and Nursing are improving the health of their communities.
Student fashion has transformed from bell bottoms and turtlenecks to skinny jeans and Doc Martens…and beyond.
For over five decades, CSUDH has provided health-related courses that directly impact the community.
CSUDH launches new strategic plan focused on social justice and equity.
Amalia Medina Castañeda was selected as one of 15 fellows for 2022-24.
CSUDH was awarded millions in grants during 2022, which will fund outreach efforts, new equipment, research studies, and more.
The campus welcomed an impressive array of experts, activists, and scholars for the inaugural CSU symposium.
CSUDH names Dr. Bobbie Porter its first vice president and chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer.
CSUDH named one of 45 California universities to take part in new college statewide college service program.
The former College of Extended and International Education has a new name and strategic focus.
In March 2022, the CSUDH Gerth Archives launched the new archive to preserve the history of the local Filipino community.
The CSUDH journalism program earned a six-year accreditation from the education association.
CSUDH students vote to fund a new on-campus Health, Wellness, and Recreation Center.
New Campaign invites non-degreed students to return.
New faculty projects released for 2022.
Dr. Horace Crogman wants to transform traditional pedagogies and make learning physics fun again.
Feb 13 – 18
Toro softball’s incredible post-season run provided plenty of memorable moments.
New associate vice president/athletic director brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to the university.
New funds will help establish a Health Professionals Pathway Program in the College of Health, Human Services and Nursing.
CSUDH received $700,000 for much-needed upgrades to CHHSN facilities, including new equipment and supplies.
Successful business school graduate sets his sights on helping the next generation of Toros thrive.
The Toro alum and new Long Beach mayor gives a voice to the voiceless.
The latest news and successes of Toro alumni.
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