Cleveland State University in the News: January 2018

CSU is making headlines. Check out the latest roundup of newsworthy stories and engaging buzz from the home of Engaged Learning:

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  1. Harlan M. Sands Named 7th President of CSU


    Harlan M. Sands
    will become the seventh president of Cleveland State University on July 1, 2018. With nearly two decades of experience as an administrator and faculty member at urban research universities, Sands is a highly regarded and widely respected higher education leader. He comes to CSU with a proven track record of advancing academic excellence, elevating faculty endeavors, championing research and aligning strategies and operations to meet the emerging needs of higher education in the 21st century.
  2. Harlan M. Sands Appointed 7th President of CSU
    Harlan M. Sands Appointed 7th President of CSU
  3. Welcome Back!


    Spring 2018 semester got off to a great start:
  4. Research to Watch in 2018


    The cutting-edge work of CSU faculty may someday cure deadly diseases and make it possible for paralyzed children to walk:
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  6. A research team led by Dr. Anthony Berdis of CSU's Center for Gene Regulation in Health and Disease is making inroads in the fight against brain cancer:
  7. The Shape of Things to Come


    A $1.75 million grant from the Cleveland Foundation will help attract top academic talent and create research labs for the Internet of Things Collaborative between Case Western Reserve University and CSU:
  8. Cultivating Sales Excellence at CSU


    A $1 million gift from CSU Board of Trustees Chair Bernie Moreno will create a hub for innovative research and education in sales management in CSU's Monte Ahuja College of Business:
  9. A Bright Future After Foster Care


    A $500,000 gift from Thomas and Marsha Hopkins will enhance academic support services for former foster youth at CSU:
  10. Viking Creed Unveiled


    All together now: "As a Cleveland State Viking, I will practice personal and academic integrity...."
  11. More CSU in the News


    U.S. News & World Report ranked the CSU School of Nursing's Online Master of Science in Nursing program at No. 45 in the nation and No. 3 in Ohio:
  12. In his latest book, prolific CSU professor Richard Klein examines the history of drugstores in Cleveland:
  13. Alumnus Ben King, founder of 1487 Brewery, is bringing authentic German beer to central Ohio:
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