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Celebrating Water

Cleveland State alumni, faculty and students are working to protect a water supply that goes beyond the river’s edge.

Summer 2019

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Strategic Priorities Shape CSU’s Future

Pathway to College

CSU has broadened its ongoing partnerships with Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) and Lorain County Community College (LCCC) to make it easier for students at those two-year schools to earn a four-year degree. Read more >>

Career Empowerment

With a Viking network of more than 126,000 alumni, CSU graduates provide the brainpower and person power for successful careers in Northeast Ohio, the nation and the world. Read more >>

Parker-Hannifin Living and Learning Community Promotes Academic Success

Helping students succeed through Say Yes to Education is the Parker Hannifin Corporation, a longtime partner of CSU. Read more >>

A Crooked River Conversation


Preventing Leaks with the Internet of Things

Water leaks… burst pipes… they can be an expensive problem for homeowners and municipalities alike. But researchers at Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve University are helping the city of Lakewood stop leaks before they happen. Read more >>

When Environmental Laws Conflict

To protect the interests of residents, businesses and the environment, should the requirements of a local environmental ordinance take precedence over state laws supporting natural resources business development? Read more >>

Alum Restores Mentor Marsh

Imagine seven years of grueling work depending on one day of ideal Northeast Ohio weather. CSU alumnus David Kriska doesn’t have to imagine. He lived it. Read more >>

From Cleveland to Uganda

Alumna Erin Huber Rosen, BS environmental sciences ’09 and MS urban studies ’11, is passionate about water. Read more >>

"Doomsday Glacier" in Antartica

Mekki Bayachou was teaching his students about the physical chemistry of global warming when a National Public Radio story gave him a crazy idea. Read more >>

Engineers without Borders

Student Shaun Clark received hands-on engineering experience when he traveled to the western end of Panama to study a community’s water needs. Read more >>

Making Magic

Marketing Major and Social Media Star Elie Haoui Has Big Plans

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Waves of Inspiration

“I was born with one skill, writing,” says Mark Lantz, BA ’87 and MACTM ’90.

Some might call that an understatement.

Lantz’s deft skills were honed at CSU and have been expressed over a 30-plus-year creative career, culminating with the founding of his own ad firm, Factory Detroit Inc. in Royal Oak, Mich.

Combatting Disease Through Gene Research

Atherosclerosis, the narrowing of the arteries due to the build-up of plaque, is a primary cause of heart disease and stroke. Unfortunately, there are currently few preventative treatments that can decrease or eliminate this potential killer. Read more >>

Athletic Director Here to Win

After an intensive national search, CSU selected Scott Garrett as its seventh director of athletics, providing leadership and oversight for 18 NCAA Division I sports. For the past nine years, he was a senior athletic administrator at Kansas State University. Read more >>

A Lab Made for Dreamers, Makers and Doers

Entrepreneurs and startups have a new home in the Weston Ideation Lab, a space designed around the unique needs of venture development. Read more >>

Radiance - CSU Realizing the Promise

Surpassing $2 million for the first time, a record $2,080,510 was raised by Radiance 2019! Read more >>

CSU Salutes Outstanding Alumni

Congratulations to recipients of CSU’s third-annual Alumni Recognition Awards and to the fourth class of Fascinating Alumni. Read more >>

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