Posted December 05, 2019 in Articles
Three deserving students have received CSU’s School of Film and Media Arts first scholarship, established by longtime Clevelanders Ageleke and Lee Zapis, to support students who are close to graduating but need additional support to compete their degree.
With an extensive background in art, music and theater, Kate Gammons-Nardi is in her second year with a 4.0 GPA and has been on the President’s list, carrying an arduous 18-credit load.
Ciarlene Torres Burkhalter, also on the Dean’s list, is a first-generation student, seeking to model the importance of higher education to the rest of her family. She is currently working on a... read more
Posted September 20, 2019 in Articles
Steve Minter, a giant in the Cleveland community and a leading figure in the development of Cleveland State University over the last 15 years, passed away September 19. Below is a statement from Cleveland State... read more
Posted September 13, 2019 in Articles
As part of Homecoming festivities, Cleveland State University’s Distinguished Alumni Awards program will take place on Friday, Oct. 4. Twelve outstanding graduates will be honored for their service, leadership and career achievements.
The 29th annual... read more
Posted August 19, 2019 in Articles
Dr. Julie Rehm, a respected and results-driven development executive with extensive experience in university and non-profit fundraising, has been named vice president of advancement for Cleveland State University and executive director of the CSU Foundation.... read more
Posted July 22, 2019 in Articles
Cleveland State University’s Steve Minter is the 2019 recipient of the Distinguished Friend of Education Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).
He is one of just six individuals honored for extraordinary... read more