Cleveland State University in the News: June 2017

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. President Berkman to Retire in June 2018


    CSU President Ronald M. Berkman, whose tenure at the University has been marked by a commitment to student success, dramatic campus transformation and robust community partnerships, announced that he will step down next year:
  2. President Berkman has announced his plan to retire in June of 2018. Thank you for all that you have done for our students! #CLEstate #EngagedLearning
    President Berkman has announced his plan to retire in June of 2018. Thank you for all that you have done for our students! #CLEstate #EngagedLearning
  3. AHA! Moments Aplenty


    The inaugural Arts and Humanities Alive! Festival, presented by CSU in partnership with Playhouse Square, brought luminaries from the worlds of literature, music, theater, dance and more to town:
  4. Four-Year Tuition Guarantee Worthy of Consideration


    "The critical support needed to sustain Ohio's network of state universities -- one of the finest in the nation -- will require more than a quick fix," President Berkman and Inter-University Council of Ohio President and CEO Bruce Johnson wrote in a timely op-ed:
  5. Teaching the Teachers


    The College of Education and Human Services earned prestigious recognition from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation:
  6. Students in Need Have a New Resource


    The Dash Emergency Grant provides emergency aid:
  7. A Law Degree for Less


    Cleveland-Marshall College of Law ranks among the most affordable law schools in the U.S.:
  8. Viking Pride


    Take a look back at the remarkable 2016-2017 seasons for CSU Athletics:
  9. Volleyball powerhouse Grace Kauth, who graduated summa cum laude in May with a bachelor of business administration degree in marketing, is a nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award:
  10. More CSU in the News


    The Big Creek watershed is cleaner, thanks to a group of volunteers that included 10 CSU students:
  11. Things were looking up (as usual) for CSU astronomer Jay Reynolds:
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