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Sheley appointed president of CSU Stanislaus

Sheley appointed president of CSU Stanislaus

TURLOCK –  Joseph F. Sheley has been named president of CSU Stanislaus, the university announced Wednesday. Sheley had served as interim president of the campus since June 2012. His appointment…

New Science Center to open at Modesto Junior College

MODESTO – The new Science Community Center at Modesto Junior College on the West Campus will officially open May 21, the college announced. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony…

McShane and Redmond join Pacific Board of Regents

McShane and Redmond join Pacific Board of Regents

STOCKTON – Two members are joining the University of the Pacific’s Board of Regents – one new regent and one returning regent. Joining the board are Rev. Kathleen McShane and…

Lemonade Day turns kids into entrepreneurs

Lemonade Day turns kids into entrepreneurs

MODESTO — In this challenging economy, you might be tempted to think entrepreneurship opportunities have gone sour, but many local business owners are getting together to give Modesto’s kids a…

Traditional colleges, universities change with changing times

Education is crucial for people currently in, entering or re-entering the labor market in today’s hyper-competitive economy. At the same time, colleges across the state are faced with some of…

CSU Stanislaus science building gets $18.5 million facelift

TURLOCK – The first ever science building on the California State University, Stanislaus campus is getting an $18.5 million makeover. The 51,000-gross-square-foot Science I building was built in 1971 and…

Luncheon celebrates local business, medical and university partnership

It’s called the Kaiser School of Allied Health Sciences and is now part of the California State University, Stanislaus campus in Stockton’s University Park. “Here we are,” said CSU-Stanislaus President…

CSU-Stanislaus research adds to understanding endangered species

TURLOCK – Interactive displays at a new national wildlife refuge visitor center were made possible in part by nearly two decades of research by California State University, Stanislaus scientists. Research…

CSU Stanislaus meets demand for public higher education

By Guest Columnist MICHELE LAHTI CSU, Stanislaus It was standing room only in the Carolyn and Bill Ahlem Conference Center at California State University, Stanislaus as faculty and staff gathered…

Pacific president seeks closer ties with Stockton

Pacific president seeks closer ties with Stockton

Pacific President Pamela A. Eibeck wants to strengthen the bonds between the university and Stockton.