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We dedicated our new, state-of-the-art engineering facility, Donald E. Washkewicz Hall, last night. The building was made possible by a combined $20 million gift from Donald and Pamela Washkewicz and the Parker Hannifin Foundation. As part of the festivities, Mr. and Mrs. Washkewicz also announced a new $1 million gift for the Washkewicz Scholars Program.

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President Berkman joined Tri-C's Alex Johnson and University of Akron's Matt Wilson at The City Club for a discussion on the future of higher education. Watch the enlightening discussion!

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For Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Professor David Forte it's all about mysteries. The self-proclaimed "academic sleuth" researches Constitutional, Islamic and Natural Law.

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Our University Marketing Office won "Best in Show" at the 15th annual Cleveland Rocks Awards sponsored by the Public Relations Society of America’s Cleveland Chapter.

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We're excited to announce the creation of the Weston Ideation Lab! Made possible by a gift from Weston Inc., the lab is designed to foster creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship across our campus.

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Congratulations to CSU alum Ray Strimaitis on being named Vice President of Corporate Development & Global Strategy at AST!

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Join us at the third annual Cleveland Internship Summit hosted by the Greater Cleveland Partnership on Feb. 27. Swagelok Chairman and CEO Arthur F. Anton will deliver the keynote.

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Faculty Spotlight: Economics professor Maksim Isakin develops models to analyze the impact of collateralized debt obligations on the banking system.

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"I think my experience here prepared me to go to Los Angeles and do yoga with Charlize Theron." CSU actually did a little more for Scott Raab. It helped him become the phenomenal writer he is today.

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In his new book, professor Richard Perloff chronicles the transformation of political communication during the 2016 election.
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