Will false allegations raise trust issues within the community?

As a result of where we choose to live, work and learn, theft can happen more often, and certainly more often than we think on college campuses. Continue reading Will false allegations raise trust issues within the community?

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CSU Elects to End Graduation Incentive

The graduation incentive is aimed at addressing the university’s low graduation rate, which has hovered around 30 percent. That figure is beneath the 59 percent national average, as reported by the National Center for Education Statistics. Continue reading CSU Elects to End Graduation Incentive

Professor Shares Experience Writing CSU’s 50th Anniversary Book

This school year marks the 50th anniversary of Cleveland State University’s founding. From block parties to presidential forums, the university isn’t shying away from honoring its roots, traditions and evolution in big ways. One of those ways is with “Cleveland State University: 50 Years,” a commemorative book that captures the people and events of the university’s last five decades. The Cleveland Stater sat down with “50 Years” author Dr. Regennia Williams, Cleveland State alumna and associate professor of history, to discuss her role in creating the anniversary book, as well as its significance during this year of celebration and beyond. … Continue reading Professor Shares Experience Writing CSU’s 50th Anniversary Book