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California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • We will #TransformTomorrow by focusing on investing in people, like 2019 Lantis Endowed University Chairs Brian Brazeal, Chiara Ferrari, and David Stachura.

    Endowments of scholarships and faculty positions help grow the potential of our students and provide a firm foundation for the people whose work transforms our communities, region, and the world.

    Endowed professorships, like the Lantis Award, support projects that advance student success, community engagement, and scholarly or creative activity.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • We will #TransformTomorrow by building cutting-edge facilities at Chico State, helping to shape the future and accelerate the real-world impact of our future graduates' work.

    Donor support for these facilities—like the recent $300,000 gift from alum Doug Guerrero to help renovate the Concrete Industry Management program laboratory—helps equip our students for collaborative problem-solving and hands-on learning.

    Our CIM program, one of just four in the country, provides industry preparation for excellent students such as Sony Thao, the recipient of the 2018 CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • “I felt an immediate transformation transferring to Chico from a community college. At community college I felt more reserved and I didn’t really participate in any of the activities offered.

    Since I came here, everyone is so out there and friendly and I was able to get involved. I am more introverted, so when I came here I realized it’s time to come out of my shell and get to know people because that’s the only way you’re going to be able to find a job or even make it in the future.

    I have gotten involved on campus, especially with AS Sustainability. I’m in this club and found my voice. I’m more than just a business major now. I have something to offer my community and I found what I stand for. I am getting my voice out there, and being engaged with the community brought something out in me.”

    Eduardo Lara Chavez, senior, business management
    #WeAreChico #TransformTomorrow

    (Jason Halley/University Photographer)

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • The We Will Transform Tomorrow: Public Launch is right around the corner!

    CSU, Chico President Gayle Hutchinson and the University Foundation Board invite you to join us in celebrating in a family-friendly community festival on Kendall Lawn. #TransformTomorrow

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Climate change is a topic that is increasingly becoming part of the discussion about rebuilding Paradise – and recently it was a large focus, as Chico State held its annual This Way To Sustainability Conference.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • We Will #TransformTomorrow!

    CSU, Chico President Gayle Hutchinson and the University Foundation Board invite you to join us in celebrating the public launch of our capital campaign in a family-friendly community festival on Kendall Lawn.

    RSVP for the We Will Transform Tomorrow: Public Launch today!

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • “Through my education at Chico State and the CSU, Chico Multicultural and Gender Studies Department, I really learned how important it is to be inclusive and focus on diversity everywhere around me.

    After college and graduation this May, I hope to go back to my hometown and work in the community to uplift minority communities and make sure their voices are heard using my power and privilege.”

    Ruby Ferguson, senior, multicultural and gender studies/psychology

    #WeAreChico #ChicoState #TransformTomorrow

    (Jessica Bartlett/University Photographer)

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Next week, thousands of California State University, Chico and Butte College students will take part in the Chico Great Debate, an opportunity for civic engagement, civil conversation and friendly, spirited discussion.

    The goal of the Chico Great Debate is to bring members of the campus and Chico community together to explore and engage in civil dialogue around a single topic. The theme for this event is “Engaging in Our Democracy,” with discussions and topics to focus on local political and social issues.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • No matter the degree to which people were affected by last year’s Camp Fire, everyone has one thing in common: They all have a personal story to share. And next week, California State University, Chico will give those affected by the fire and the community of Butte County a chance to share their stories.

    In partnership with the Butte County Library, the Berkeley-based storytelling platform StoryCenter will visit the University’s Meriam Library to collect and record stories from the community about the Camp Fire.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Our mission is to educate the 17,500 students we have enrolled. If you can be here today, campus is ready for you (and full of spring color!).

    However, we also realize some students have been affected by flooding elsewhere across town, and we encourage those students to prioritize their immediate needs.

    Those in emergency situations can request aid through the campus Basic Needs Project: https://www.csuchico.edu/basic-needs/funds.shtml

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • 10:20 p.m. Tuesday, April 2: Some campus buildings have experienced flooding due to the heavy rains earlier tonight. A full assessment and cleanup is underway. Impacts to classes/campus business tomorrow not yet known. Updates to follow.

    11:10 p.m. Tuesday, April 2:
    No updates yet on impacts to classes tomorrow. We are still awaiting assessments from Facilities as to the extent of flood damages and impacts to campus operations. We’ll update as soon as a determination is made.

    12:25 a.m. Wednesday, April 3:
    Due to flooding, Whitney Hall is currently without power. Crews are on site now working to restore service. All other residence halls are ok. Update to follow.

    1 a.m. Wednesday, April 3:
    Though some buildings experienced minor flooding due to the rains Tuesday evening, there is no significant damage, just cleanup work. There is no anticipated impact to classes or campus business Wednesday. Unless conditions change, you should plan to attend as scheduled.

    As always, we encourage our campus community to be vigilant and informed of the changing weather conditions. We urge students and employees to use their best judgement and consider safety the top priority as you travel to school or work. If you are unable to reach campus or have an individual situation that may impact your attendance, please notify your professors or supervisors so they can support you with accommodations.

    A special thank you to our hardworking Facilities Management and Services crews are working through the night to clean and dry floors to prepare classrooms to ensure no interruptions to our students’ education.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Senior Cecilia Apolinar is majoring in international relations and Spanish. Last summer, in addition to picking bell peppers in Bakersfield to earn money for books and tuition, she interned with the United Farm Workers, the union and civil rights organization that was cofounded by César Chávez and continues to advocate for farm workers today.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • The No. 1 seeded Wildcats defeated No. 2 Stanford 47-22 in the Pacific West Rugby Conference Championship tournament finals, advancing to the USA Rugby Regional tournament for the second straight season. [via the ChicoER]

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Campus is closed today in honor of Cesar Chavez. Hundreds of students will spend the day upholding his legacy of service by volunteering with ’Cats in the Community to help out local organizations.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Dressing to impress can be a struggle for qualified but cash-strapped business students seeking jobs. That's where the Professional Attire Fund comes in.

    Thanks to the generosity of alumni donors, award recipients can focus on nailing their job interviews instead of worrying about how they'll pay for their outfit.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Today, Butte County Public Health has confirmed a case of measles in an individual we know to be a Chico State student—it is one of four cases currently known in Butte County. The student is receiving appropriate medical care away from campus, but the disease is highly contagious and there was brief exposure to the campus community. Click the link for full details.

    Butte County Public Health is the local authority on disease control, and its website has helpful information, including FAQs: www.buttecounty.net/ph/measles

    The University will continue to work with the county to follow all protocols and provide updates as they relate to campus.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • A crowd of 3,000 prospective students and family members are expected to visit the Chico State campus for Choose Chico! on Saturday, April 6.

    In the spirit of welcoming our newest potential Wildcats, tell us: Why did you #ChooseChico?

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Shining bright through the storm. ✨

    (Jessica Bartlett/University Photographer and Ryan McCasland/Student Photographer)

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Opportunities are plentiful for housing for new and returning Chico State students during the 2019–20 academic year, but for the best options, you should secure your place now!

    -On-campus housing application opens today (March 27): https://bit.ly/2CHklV3
    -Off-campus housing fair tomorrow (March 28), 10 a.m.–2 p.m. in Trinity Commons.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • "A risk I am glad I took would be coming to Chico, just because the school wasn’t in my options at first. After my application got accepted I explored it more and actually fell in love with it.

    "I originally wanted to go to a different school, but they didn’t offer my major, and after visiting the campus I didn’t feel as at home like I do at Chico. Everyone is friendly and I’ve already met some of my best friends in my first year. I committed to Chico before I even visited campus, but I’m glad I did. I love it here.”

    Sophia Oyewole, freshman, pre-nursing

    #WeAreChico

    (Jessica Bartlett/University Photographer)

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Well before the arrival of any major news outlets—the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, or Sacramento Bee included—Chico State’s student-run newspaper, The Orion, was on site to report on the Camp Fire.

    For two weeks, even with campus closed, even amid the world’s worst air quality, despite no ability to print their newspaper or access their on-campus lab, Orion reporters continued to report.

    Timely, accurate, and compelling storytelling and reporting through California’s deadliest and most destructive wildfire represented a crash course of the highest order for The Orion, technically a “news lab” class but, historically speaking, a student journalism institution of national renown.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Caitlin Davis entered the foster care system twice, at age 4 and later at 11. She’s lived in 11 different homes. The longest stretch with one family is seven years. The shortest stint was eight hours.

    Now, as the social work major prepares to graduate with a full-time job at Children First Foster Family Agency waiting for her, she feels, for the first time, that she belongs.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • This Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating the 12 female presidents in the CSU system! At a time when only 1/3 of US college presidents are women, the CSU is proud to boast more than half of their campuses are led by women.

    (Spot President Hutchinson in the video at 3:35!)

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • More than 125 speakers will tackle timely topics like regenerative agriculture, water resource usage, and the impacts of last year’s Camp Fire at the 14th annual This Way to Sustainability conference March 28–29 at California State University, Chico.

    The conference’s goal is to educate students, staff and faculty, as well as community members by providing opportunities to network, discuss and increase awareness around current and pertinent environmental social issues. As the nation’s largest student-run conferences, last year’s event attracted approximately 1,200 attendees.

California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
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  • Good news continues to roll in around campus!

    University Communications received a Grand Gold Award for Article of the Year, one of the most prestigious awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. The winning entry, “Restless Dreamers,” was written by Travis Souders, and was one of just eight to be awarded from more than 600 entries.

    P. Willey, professor emeritus from the Department of Anthropology, was honored with the Anthropology Section’s “Anthropology Section Service Award” at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences' 71st Annual Scientific Meeting last month.

    Chico State was ranked as a top-50 school on Learn.org’s Top Public Universities list.

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