Announcements

Reporting a Positive COVID-19 Test

If you receive news of a positive COVID-19 test for yourself, a student or an employee, please follow the university’s reporting procedures. If a student reports a positive test to an employee, public health guidelines require you to report it…

NSF I-Corps Spring Course

CPP is one of three CSUs that earned a National Science Foundation (NSF) Innovation Corps Grant in 2018. As an I-Corps site, our campus coordinates projects through the various stages of commercialization. Faculty, staff, students, alumni and community entrepreneurs are invited to participate in…

AHIMSA Center Celebration

President Soraya M. Coley and Provost Sylvia Alva invite you to celebrate the establishment of the Shri Shantinath Endowed Chair in Ahimsa Studies and the appointment of Tara Sethia, professor of history, as the inaugural chair. This event on Feb.…

Step Up with the Step Challenge

ASI wants to encourage you to be active and get outside this semester by inviting you to be part of the Be Active CPP Step Challenge starting on Feb. 15. Compete individually or in teams of three to five colleagues.…

Faculty & Staff Campus Campaign

The Faculty and Staff Campus Campaign offers you the opportunity to contribute to student success by making a gift to scholarships, student and academic programs, or department needs. New or increased payroll deduction gifts of up to $300 to any…

Imagining Health Insurance

Amy Dao, assistant professor of anthropology, published the essay “Imagining Health Insurance” in the Journal of Vietnamese Studies. Her research examined how the implementation of universal health insurance coverage was mediated by kinship relations, risk perceptions and temporal frames in Vietnam,…

CEIS Professor Celebrates Book Debut

For six years, Maya Stovall, assistant professor of liberal studies, staged “Liquor Store Theatre,” a conceptual art and anthropology video project in which she danced near the liquor stores in her Detroit neighborhood as a way to start conversations. In…

Girl Boss

Isabel Gutierrez (’19, mechanical engineering) loved Legos so much as a girl that her father suggested a career in engineering. They had no idea that by the time she graduated she’d already be the “Girl Boss” at Vistendo, a digital…

Money Worries?

The pandemic has brought about financial challenges in all shapes and sizes. Some obstacles, such as job loss or income reduction, are obvious. Others, such as fear or uncertainty about the future, may be more subtle but still can disrupt…

Leadership Transition in CEIS

After four years leading the College of Education and Integrative Studies (CEIS), Dean Jeff Passe has decided to complete his tenure as dean and return to his scholarly and teaching endeavors. In an announcement to faculty and staff, Provost Sylvia…