Cleveland State University in the News: March 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. All the President's Tweets


    CSU President Ronald M. Berkman fielded questions on a wide variety of topics during his first Twitter chat:
  2. Teaming Up to Train More Nurses


    A new collaboration among University Hospitals, CSU and Cuyahoga Community College will establish a comprehensive workforce development pathway to proactively address the impending shortage of nurses in Northeast Ohio:
  3. Health Professionals: The Next Generation


    The NEOMED-CSU Partnership for Urban Health has launched Middle School Med School, a series of introductory workshops for students in grades 6-8 who are interested in the health professions:
  4. Coaches Corner


    Gary Waters, who led the Vikings over 11 seasons to more wins than any other coach in the history of the men's basketball program, announced his retirement:
  5. Dennis Felton, a coaching veteran with more than 30 years of experience, was named the 15th head coach of the CSU men’s basketball program:
  6. "Cleveland is a city on fire and we plan on becoming part of that." - Men's Basketball Head Coach Dennis Felton #GoVikes
    "Cleveland is a city on fire and we plan on becoming part of that." - Men's Basketball Head Coach Dennis Felton #GoVikes
  7. Breaking Good


    Members of Viking Expeditions hit the road over spring break for service projects:
  8. Spring break done right. @csuve is building homes for @habitatforhumanity in Santa Fe. #CLEstate
    Spring break done right. @csuve is building homes for @habitatforhumanity in Santa Fe. #CLEstate
  9. Eat Your Heart Out, Hollywood


    John Vourlis
    , an instructor in the CSU School of Communication, tapped the talents of CSU students for his documentary "Breaking Balls," which was shown at the Cleveland International Film Fest:
  10. Dannesh Moosa was a student in CSU's film, television and interactive media program when he made "The Bop Stop," a documentary short about a Cleveland jazz club that had its premiere at the Short.Sweet.Film Fest:
  11. TEDx Salon Explores Metropolitan Resurgence


    "The Resurgent City”
    was the theme of CSU's latest TEDx Salon. Among the speakers were Danette Howard of the Lumina Foundation and Ted Howard of the Democracy Collaborative, as well as Dean Roland Anglin and Associate Professor Ronnie Dunn of the Levin College of Urban Affairs and Interim Dean Lee Fisher and Associate Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law:
  12. The TEDx Salon was moderated by CSU alumnus and Cleveland City Councilman Matt Zone, new president of the National League of Cities:
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