Upon completion, the students would have acquired some quite powerful tools of analysis. This is also an introductory course on differential equations.
Topic includes first order ordinary differential equations ODEs. Students will learn how to classify and solve first order ODEs. The course is an introduction to statistics, reviewing some descriptive statistics which includes probability and random variables. Then, the topic of sampling distributions and inferential statistics which include estimation procedures and hypothesis testing is covered.
The latter using the method of analysis of variance when more than two means are involved. Also, simple linear regression and contingency table are introduced. This course encompasses the basic principles and techniques involved in molecular biology which will enable students to apply these techniques in the genetic engineering laboratory.
The introductory lecture will expose students to genetic engineering and its application in various sectors of the industry such as agriculture, medical, pharmaceutical, environmental, etc. The following lectures will revolve around techniques in genetic engineering, cloning of heterologous genes in the Escherichia coli host which will include common procedures in molecular biology, enzymes important in molecular biology, plasmids and bacteriophage as cloning vectors, gene libraries preparation and screening for gene of interest.
Before semester ends, students are to produce a group poster relevant to genetic engineering as a form of teamworking experience. Peer group evaluation is mandatory.
Some of the concepts taught will be applied in this laboratory practical. Students will have the opportunity to hands on the isolation of genomic DNA, agarose gel electrophoresis, PCR amplification, DNA ligation, preparation of competent cells, transformation, and lastly verify the clones of interest by plasmid DNA extraction and DNA restriction digestion.
Introduces the structure of fungi, development of reproduction system, mechanisms of spore release and classification of fungi based on life cycle.
Interaction of species in community of fungi will be discussed. The influence of fungi towards stability of plant community, nutrient cycle and environment will be taught.
The benefits and disadvantages of fungi in economic, agriculture, medical and industrial will be explained in details. Biosafety regulation when working with fungi will be explained.
Genetics is the science of heredity. Various concepts and branches will be introduced. This course is designed to expose the student to the knowledge and understanding in cell organization that developed the animal involving the structure and function of its body system. They will be introduced to basic structures and functions of the mammalian system. This includes the human body, biochemistry,cell biology, and histology, principles of support and movement, and nervous system.
Lectures will focus on events occurring at the molecular, cellular, organic and systemic levels and will address how structure and function are interrelated at these different levels.
This course will be applied to several other courses including mammalian cell and tissue culture, microbiology, immunology, biochemistry and bioenergetic. This course provides an introduction into algae and its application in industry. Topics include the definition of algae, techniques in applied phycology, characteristics, seaweed properties on morphology, life history, physiology, genetics and ecology are provided for the further understanding of healthy and continuous utilization of coastal environments and seaweed resources.
Transformations of energy in biological systems will be discussed in this course. Essential features of cell metabolism and thermodynamic principles underlying biological processes will be described to relate processes by which energy is made available.
Since most of the energy generated by heterotrophs is derived from the oxidation of substrates and plants from photosynthesis, processes related to oxidative phosphorylation and photophosphorylation will be emphasized.
Generation and consumption of energy in central metabolic pathways of carbohydrates and lipid metabolism will be illustrated and compared. This course introduces the students to the role of microbes and how some of them may be isolated from the environment. The course aims to address the following topics such as identification of potential industrial microbes, microbial growth requirements, enumeration techniques and preparation of stock culture, isolation of strict anaerobes, hyperthermophiles, fungi, alkalophiles, acidophiles and actinomycetes from the environment.
Important biotechnological application and benefits of each microbe will also be discussed. This course is designed to expose the student to the knowledge and understanding of the food and nutrition. Food is defined as a substance that can be metabolized and used by an organism while nutrition is the usage of food and other nourishing material by our body.
The metabolism of macro, micronutrient and functional food as well as the role of nutrition in influencing cell growth and gene function will be explained to the students. This course discussed about principle and philosophy of biological control agents and methods in implementing this technique, in order to develop alternatives for conventional pesticides that may be more acute in some commodities than in others. Various specific aspects in this course are; i the conceptual of agents types and mechanisms and targets on quantitative techniques, ecology and behavior of selected natural enemies, ii measures focus on beneficial arthropods, entomopathogenic nematodes, viruses and microorganisms, iii as well as on the interaction between crop, pest and beneficial organisms, iv the future and factors that limit the biological control.
The study case and current issues also will be discussed to guarantee the student alert with the effectiveness and benefit of this application.
It is useful in encouraging student ability in debating biological control function of cultural and natural ecosystem management. This course will introduce students to the major concepts, principles and elements of ecology i. Students will then examine ways in which ecology can be applied to solving crucial environmental problems like global climate change, sustainability, agroforestry, biodiversity and conservation, invasive species, ecotoxicology, biomonitoring and bioremediation, and restoration ecology.
Case studies are examined in detail. While some sociological and economic issues are discussed, the emphasis is on the biological aspects of these crucial problems. Students will learn the fundamental concepts of genomics and proteomics.
Lectures will cover the structure, function and evolution of the human genome, strategies for large-scale sequencing projects, Human disease genes and expression.
This course offers an introduction to systems biology. This course is designed for students who have an interest in bioengineering at the cellular network level. Students will be introduced to the field of systems biology and its application in applied engineering. Students will understand in quantitative terms the basic principles of operation of regulation at the cellular level, including metabolic, signaling and gene networks; discover how cellular networks can be reengineered and its applications such as metabolic engineering; learn how to build computer models of cellular networks and how these can be modeled and studied experimentally.
An introductory toxicology course emphasizing on principles and applications of toxicology. Techniques of measuring toxicity, differentiating ecotoxicity tests and bioassays. Characterization of natural and chemical toxins.
Natural toxins are those produced by microorganisms and plants; toxins produced by a variety of microorganisms such as bacterial toxins, marine toxins, aflotoxin and phytotoxins will also be discussed. Toxicity due to heavy metals and radionuclides will also be included apart from physical, chemical and biological factors that can influence the dose-response relationships. Chemical and biological transformation of toxins; and the ecological, toxicological, and molecular biological responses associated with exposure.
Case studies focusing on toxicity effects of natural and chemical toxins on human health, animals and other biological systems will be discussed. This subject will facilitate students to understand and visualize processes in cell biology and those responsible for DNA transmission and expression hence mechanisms by which bacteria inherit genetic information as the blue print of life.
The lectures will explain relationship between structure and function in molecular biology and how this relationship operates to control biochemical processes. Topics include macromolecules like DNA, RNA and proteins and how processes like replication, transcription and translation operate, eukaryotic genetics. Students will cover related aspects such as mutation and mutagenesis, effects of mutation and how cells overcome mutation. Students will also learn about basic techniques in molecular biology as the basis for genetic engineering.
PowerPoint presentation by each group will be done at the end of the semester on designated topics. This course focuses on theory and practical in basic biochemistry.
Practical are arranged in separate sessions to give students enough time to develop their skills in biochemical analysis. Discussion on properties of water as medium for most of the biochemical reactions is also conducted. This also includes the introduction to metabolism, glucose catabolism, glycogen catabolism and synthesis and gluconeogenesis, citric acid cycle, oxidative phosphorylation and electron transport chain. Important aspects of lipid breakdown and synthesis, protein metabolism, amino acid and nucleotide synthesis are also covered in detail.
This course explores how biology is used in both academic and commercial settings within the fields of biotechnology, pharmaceutical and clinical sciences. The debate surrounding subjects such as cloning, stem cells, and genetically modified foods will also be discussed. This course provides a basic introduction to quantitative chemical analysis, with emphasis on wet chemical methods. Topics include introduction to analytical chemistry, sampling, sample preparation, data analysis and method validation, gravimetric analysis and volumetric analysis.
The subject introduces students to Good Laboratory Practices in classical wet chemistry methods. Experiments are designed to complement the topics covered in Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry SSCH , which include gravimetric and volumetric techniques.
Part of the course consists of a short laboratory project. The course of enzymology deals with the general theoretical basis, with some industrial applications. The mechanisms of enzyme action are studied, with rates of enzymatic reactions: Special interest is devoted to structure-function relationship of enzymes with examples of enzymes with known structures. This course will move on to cover allosteric interactions of enzymes, enzyme regulation and finally the applications of enzymes in biotechnology and industry in particular the use of immobilized enzymes for industrial processes.
Plant Physiology is an integrative discipline that answers questions about plant form and function. In this course, several aspects of plant physiology which include plant water relations, transpiration, phloem transport, photosynthesis, respiration, growth and development will be focused.
This course will also emphasize on the roles of hormones in plant development and secondary metabolite in plant defenses. Introduces the basic concept of immunology and mechanism of immune response for better understanding on the development of immune system.
Mechanism of natural and acquired immune, structure and function of antibody will also be discussed further. Upon completion, students should be able to define and describe the role of immune system against infection and disease and their example. The course is designed for student in order to be able to distinguish between viruses and other organisms based on its identification, disease caused and life cycle.
Replication of different type of viruses will be discussed. Students will also be taught on the impact of viral infections towards society. Current issue on viral research and its applications for curing diseases will also be studied. This course is a comprehensive introduction to the study of proteins and their importance to modern biochemistry. This course will start with a brief historical overview of the subject then move on to discuss the building blocks of proteins and their respective chemical and physical properties.
This course will also explore experimental and computational methods of comparing proteins, methods of purification and protein folding and stability. More specifically this course will describe the environments where these organisms reside and shed light, at the molecular level, on the mechanisms that enable these unique organisms to survive.
Covering all known types of extremophiles including thermophiles, psychrophiles, halophiles, acidophiles, piezophiles, and alkaliphiles. This course is designed to expose the students in understanding the molecular mechanisms in the expression and regulation of gene in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
A brief introduction will be included and the overview of the molecular genetics will be discussed. Regulation and the control of gene expression will be discussed by using several selected operons as model. This course provides an overview of current understanding of the biological roles of extracellular molecular chaperones.
First the structure and function of molecular chaperones, their role in the cellular response to stress and their disposition within the cell will be discussed.
It also questions the basic paradigm of molecular chaperone biology - that these proteins are first-and-foremost protein-folding molecules. The role of exogenous molecular chaperones as cell regulators is examined and the physiological and pathophysiological role that molecular chaperones play is described.
In the final section, the potential therapeutic use of molecular chaperones is described and the final chapter asks the question - what does the future hold for the extracellular biology of molecular chaperones?
This course will provide an understanding of basic and applied aspects of macromolecular structure including structure-function relationships and structure determination techniques. This course will provide knowledge that would enable students to interpret typical structural data in terms of biological function, and to use structural data bases. Finally, this course will provide the students with knowledge of the applications of structural biology in the areas of biotechnology and in particular in the field of drug design and discovery.
This course offers an introduction to synthetic biology. It is designed for final year students who have an interest in bioengineering at the cellular network level. Students will be introduced to the field of synthetic biology and its application in systems biology and applied engineering. Students will be taught in quantitative terms the basic principles of operation of regulation at the cellular level, including metabolic, signaling and gene networks; discover how cellular networks can be reengineered, applications in metabolic engineering; building computer models of cellular networks systems and how these can be modeled and studied experimentally.
The course will introduce the students to the background and basic principles of gene therapy. Current gene therapy approaches and strategies which include the use of a variety of vectors useful for gene delivery and non-viral vectors. The advantages, limitation, ethical issues, clinical trial and future of gene therapy will also be discussed. This course in general acts as an introduction to the student to get an overview of the equine sports and industry.
Students will learn the economic aspect of equine as well as the different entities that define the equine industries as a whole. Students will be able to evaluate and analyze domestic equine industry in terms of its impact and economic performance.
The aim of this course is to provide a general introduction in management to students whose field of study is not management, but whose careers are likely to have a significant managerial component. Students will be able to understand the concepts and language of management and to be aware of the relationships among all management disciplines.
This course aims to provide you with an overview of the role of management thereby giving you an appreciation of the key issues associated with achieving purposeful activity within organisations. This course is an introduction to the basic skills necessary for daily care and maintenance of the horse.
Topics include safety, stall care, feeding and basic nutrition, handling and restraint, vices, common cause and treatment of lameness, equine emergencies and first aid, bandaging, basic medications, and trailer safety. Preventative health care, deworming and vaccination programs, and dental and farrier care are introduced. This course focuses on the knowledge and development of basic skills pertaining to Endurance riding.
Students will acquire knowledge and understanding which covers the aspect of the horse as well as the rider on the subject of Endurance riding. Students will develop the skills required to be able to conduct Endurance with a sound base of knowledge to reflect equine performance. This course aims to equip the students with the knowledge of basic equine healthcare that covers the fundamental aspects to be considered in equine healthcare such as physical condition of the horse, routine care, feeding and exercise.
Students will learn management practices and routine preventive care of horses which will contribute to equine healthcare and welfare. This course focuses on the design and construction of various types of private and commercial equine facilities. Topics include property layout, construction options, equipment, hay production and pasture management, water and waste management, zoning requirements, environmental impact of stables, legal obligations, contracts and liability, and economics and business management of facilities.
The module aims are to build on knowledge gained within the horse management module, to develop knowledge of nutritional requirements in a wide variety of horses, recognise the significance of poor ration formulation within the industry and the environmental management of arable crops. This course aims to expose the students with the principles of the clinical evaluation and interpretation of lameness disorders of the fore-and hind limbs of horses.
Methods used in large-animal radiography and the latest techniques for managing and treating equine lameness. Anatomy and pathology of some areas of the musculoskeletal system. This course focuses on the knowledge and development of basic skills pertaining to Show Jumping. Students will acquire knowledge and understanding which covers the aspect of the horse as well as the rider on the subject of Show Jumping.
Students will develop the skills required to be able to conduct show jumping with a sound base of knowledge to reflect equine performance. This course is open to opportunities for students to experience practical training in any institution or industry related to the field of equine. Students have the opportunity to practice the knowledge they have learned in real-life situations and at the same time learn more about the knowledge, skills, management and technology of the industry.
In addition to providing a record of daily work in the industry, at the end of the course, students should prepare a written report and reflect on the training industries that have been implemented. This module is designed to aid the students who wishes to take an instructional role in the industry.
Student will gain knowledge on the coaching perspective, how to organise, conduct, demonstrate and evaluate performance of the rider and the horse. Students will be able to do an assessment and provide solutions during their class lessons. This course aims to provide students with a knowledge from function aspect of performance and anatomy, breed standards in the equine industry, components of judging various breeds and judging various disciplines.
This course also provides the students with behavioural observation techniques, effective measuring techniques, interpretation of behavioural monitoring, developing potentials, training programmes and specialist training equipment.
Students will also acquire knowledge for veterinary and farriery procedures, examination for purchase, identify the causes and treatment of lameness, hoof structure and function. This course aim to provide a student to the knowledge, concepts, principles and theories involved in equine for disabled.
The modern horse is subject to a wide range of uses. These all have the potential to cause physiological stress and strain on the horse, particularly the musculoskeletal system. This course aims to build on existing knowledge and give the student an understanding of the types of susceptibilities that the horse may be subjected to and of the therapeutic and rehabilitation techniques currently practised.
This course aim to prepare students the knowledge in risk management for equine industry. This course expose the students with the principles of risk management, risk management strategies, identifying the risks, assessing the risks, and managing the risk that will occur in various parties such as riders, staffs, horse, equipments, facilities and managing the incidents.
Student also able to discuss about the issues related to managing the risk in equine industry. The aim of this course is to further previous knowledge gained in other courses and recognise the qualities needed in a competition horse.
This course also aim to develop an understanding on the foundation of equine performance in order to produce and sustaining performance horse at a competitive level. This module aims to build the knowledge and understanding of the mechanisms of energy metabolism and means of monitoring performance.
This module also aims to understand and clearly define the anatomical features of the horse and develop the ability to identify the anatomy of the musculoskeletal system.
The student will develop the ability to identify anatomical features and relate its structure to function. An in-depth understanding of equine physiology is vital when training horses to a high level whilst minimising the risk of injury.
Management of horse stable requires particular skills and understanding. The horse is a complex animal whose psychology is vital to its effective husbandry. The routine of this husbandry is vital, as is the understanding of different methods. The basic principles of horse care are fundamental and underpin the requirements of whichever area of the horse industry the student finds employment. This course aim to address the types of organisation that require commercial managers within the Equine sector and the responsibilities that are fundamental to the role of a commercial manager.
The course address the complexity of the equine market and the influence this will have on the strategic aims of a business or the entry to market of new business.
The course also address the relevance of sustainability within a commercial context. This course focuses on understanding and determining the horse behaviour.
Students will acquire the knowledge and skills to identify and observe the horse behaviour to ensure well being and soundness of the horse. Modern day management of horses often results in equine behavioural problems and the range of behavioural problems has a wide impact on equine welfare. Developing understanding of innate equine behaviour and methods of behavioural training could vastly improve equine welfare for the horses concerned.
This module aims to develop application of training techniques as a solution to given behavioural problems. This will be achieved through developing an understanding of a range of training methods and behavioural modification techniques. This course focuses on the knowledge and development of basic skills pertaining to Dressage.
Students will acquire knowledge and understanding which covers the aspect of the horse as well as the rider on the subject of Dressage. Students will develop the skills required to be able to conduct Dressage with a sound base of knowledge to reflect equine performance. This course aims to equip the student with the knowledge of equine diseases and health management of horses.
Students will be more knowledgeable and proficient at recognizing and managing some of the major health problems associated with equine. The emphasis of this course will be on preventive maintenance and necessary managerial practices needed to keep the equine health and welfare.
This course introduces undergraduate students in education as an informal training in handling research. Basically, this research describes on the nature of educational research and also introduces the steps in the research process.
Relevant topic in this course includes identification of research problems, ethical issues in conducting a research, the definition of research and importance of research in the field of education. This course also covers an important characteristics of research mainly the research problems, questions and objectives, hypothesis testing and implementing a research, literature review, research design, sampling methods, research instruments qualitative and quantitative , collecting and data administration, data analysis qualitative and quantitative including descriptive and inferential statistics.
This course also provides students with information and suggestions on how to put a report together in a correct and efficient manner.
The main aim of this course is to enable the learner to identify and evaluate the factors that affect the demand for recreational facilities and special events, considering social and environmental concerns with a long term strategic view. In addition, the on-going processes involved in facility management are emphasised whilst considering organisational constraints.
Also the aim is to provide learners with the skills necessary to plan, manage, deliver and evaluate an event. This course is to develop students understanding of biomechanical factors influencing the athletic horse.
The specific aims are to understand the relationship between equine anatomy, movement and performance; and to develop understanding and practical skills in the methodologies for measuring biomechanical parameters.
Students also will be able to do an analysis to evaluate equine performance within biomechanical parameters. This course aims to equip the student with the knowledge of equine quarantine which covers the aspect of legal requirements and the whole procedure and process of quarantine in Malaysia.
This course touches on the management of horses which contribute to equine healthcare and welfare. This course will equip students with the knowledge and skills to write papers and articles related to organizing seminars on current issues in the field of sports science. Course content covering aspects of producing writing seminar papers or academic articles, poster presentation, present papers and discuss current issues in the field of equine in Malaysia and internationally.
This course is to provide an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of reproduction in the mare and the stallion. The course also aims to develop the ability to care for a range of breeding and young stock and to allow the student to develop an understanding of the principles of breeding management.
This course focuses on theory and practical in basic microbiology. Practical are arranged in separate sessions to give students enough time to develop their skills related to microbiological techniques, particularly in aseptic techniques and microscopy. Discussions are mainly on different classes of microorganism especially bacteria: Metabolic diversity in microorganisms, classes of fungi, algae, protozoa and their benefit and applications are also looked into. Discussion on physical and chemical control of microbial growth is part of the role of microorganisms in controlling diseases caused by microorganisms.
Application of microbes in industries such as food, beverages and in environment will also be included. This course presents the principles and methodology frequently applies in bioprocess engineering. It emphasizes the application of biological knowledge in the industry. This course introduces the principles and chemical engineering calculations for unit operations commonly found in industries.
Laboratory sessions are also incorporated to allow students to develop their hands-on skills and their ability to interpret laboratory data. This course is the continual lectures for the course encoded SQBI The concepts and applications of energy balance, thermodynamic and fluid mechanics are introduced in this course.
All these theories will be applied later by looking at a few bioprocess case studies. The usual practices in industry such as the plant design, instrumentation control, costing and scaling up, as well as the knowledge in CGMP, GLP, ISO are also introduced in this course.
This course covers historical aspect of plant and animal tissue culture, biology of cultured cells, design and layout of the cell culture laboratory, equipments and handling of the tissue culture.
Aseptic technique, general safety, culture vessels and media preparation and sterilization will be discussed. Other topics will include cultivation of plant and animal cells and tissues and some important applications. Laboratory sessions will be included to provide students experiences in handling and cultivation of plant and animal tissues. Introduces students to techniques in gene manipulation, protein expression, genomic cloning, cDNA, site directed mutagenesis, PCR and microarray.
It will emphasize on the basic concepts in genomic and proteomic studies, DNA sequences as well as application of genetic therapies. Upon completion, students should be able to define concepts and theories on molecular biology techniques and some application of techniques used in molecular biology.
Laboratory hands-on will be carried out on selective topics. This course will emphasize on the study of both beneficial and detrimental effects of micro-organisms in food. Initially this course will introduce the types of micro-organisms found in food, factors that affect their survival and growth in foods, and effects of microbial growth in foods.
Discussion focuses on microorganisms related to food spoilage and food preservation. Disease-causing micro-organisms are studied in the context of food safety. General principles of food preservation, contamination and food deterioration will be discussed in greater details. Pathogenic microorganisms and useful microbes in food will be differentiated for the industrial application. Halal issues are also addressed in relation to food safety.
This course emphasizes on the application of microorganism, plant and animal cell culture at various type of industry. The mechanism and processes of microbes at industrial level will be explained, which include production of primary and secondary metabolites by microbes, plant and animal cell culture using fermentation technology in commercial scale.
These also include antibiotic production, brewing process in beverages industry, food production, microbial spoilage of food and factors influencing. Microbes and biogeochemical cycle such as nitrogen cycle, sulfur and phosphate, immobilization technology and its uses in industry are also discussed. Current issue related with industrial microbiology will be highlighted.
This course is the first part of the Final Year Project. Each student will be assigned a topic and a supervisor at the beginning of Semester 1 of year 3. The students will also be trained to make a literature survey.
At the end of the semester, each student is required to write a satisfactory progress report to be allowed to take SQBU in the following semester. The evaluation of this course will be based on the progress report, evaluation by supervisor, and a possible oral presentation as required. In this course, fundamental knowledge of protein structure: Different techniques of extraction and purification using will be described.
The efficiency of the protein purification technique is then evaluated in order to maximize protein recovery and purity. This course elaborates the principles and application of plant and animal cell and tissue culture.
The potential and the usage of tissue culture in biotechnology, research and industry involve transformation techniques, in vitro breeding, genetic engineering and germplasm conservation. The course will also provide knowledge in protoplast fusion, embryo rescue, haploid, and somaclonal variation. Upon completion, students should be able to explain some useful techniques in improving the quality of animal and plant including their health and development.
Discussion on the physiology of microorganisms, primary metabolic pathways, microbial metabolic diversity and secondary metabolism in microorganisms. The secondary metabolites with important application to health, industries and the environment will be described. In addition, microbial transformation of synthetic and naturally occurring recalcitrant molecules will be explained and outlined. Heavy metals biotransformation will also be included. The biorefinery technology course will emphasize on the global issue of value added product from biomass.
The benefit of chemical, enzymatic and microbial pretreatment will be identified. The criteria of biofuel and biomaterials from several substrates through several processes will be explained.
The selection and criteria of microoganisms which involved in biorefinery will be identified. Student will have an exposure on the utilization of green technology and global model of biorefinery. This course provides students with principle knowledge on waste management of different types of industrial wastes. Highlight will be given on the types of waste and their characteristics, pollution prevention technology and pollution reduction in various types of industry and industrial estate, including resource management in both regional and local areas.
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The total was again the highest in the CSU system, as well as one of the highest among all universities in the nation. In turn 8, With a Fall acceptance rate of nearly The average high school GPA of incoming freshmen for Fall was 3. USNWR graduate school rankings . USNWR departmental rankings . Money Magazine ranked Cal State Long Beach rd in the country out of the nearly schools it evaluated for its Best Colleges ranking.
Cal State Long Beach was the only campus in the 23 school California system to make it to the top The university has three student publications: The first issue of the Daily 49er , the campus newspaper, was published on November 11, It publishes Monday through Thursday during the fall and spring semesters, and once weekly during the summer sessions.
It was one of the first college newspapers in the country to have an Internet edition, starting in August The Union Weekly , which is partially student-funded, and affiliated with ASI, publishes every Monday during fall and spring semesters. It began on April 22, , when it was formed in response to the Daily 49er.
The Union Weekly focuses on being an alternative voice on campus and features a satirical section called "The Grunion" not to be confused with the Long Beach paper the Grunion Gazette. During the late s through s, the Union was a daily newspaper, giving heavy competition to the Daily 49er. Journalism majors who worked on the "Union" did so under a pseudonym as it was a practice forbidden by the dean of the Journalism department.
DIG Magazine , the campus magazine, has gone through many changes throughout the years. It started off as The Lantern , a magazine for night-time students, before transforming to UniverCity in Then, it turned into University Magazine.
Kbeach Radio , also known as KBeach. It is also an HD Radio station via The radio station is operated year-round. The station has been around in various forms since the mids, then known as KSUL which went defunct after Each March since , the university has hosted the largest pow-wow in Southern California.
This free two-day event, which attracts more than 6, persons each year, features Native American dancing, arts, craft and native foods. Eight national sororities on campus are governed by the Panhellenic Association and are members of the National Panhellenic Conference.
Thirteen general fraternities are members of and governed by the Interfraternity Council. There is also a Cultural Greek Council which governs over six sororities, six fraternities and one co-ed fraternity.
In the realm of sports the school is referred to as "Long Beach State. Unofficially, "The Beach" is used to refer to Long Beach State and its sports teams as it is the only university on the West Coast with the word "Beach" in its name.
One can see the cheer "Go Beach! The school colors have been black and gold since , when they were changed by a student referendum after George Allen changed the football uniform colors from the original brown and gold.
CSULB has more than , alumni as of [update]. Alumni have written, acted and directed screenplays that have attracted Oscar-caliber talent. Former students have won at least five Academy Awards. Emmy Award -nominated director Chris Carter BA created the series The X-Files , which garnered several awards during its nine seasons on television. Former student Steve Martin , whose philosophy classes at the university inspired him to become a professional comedian,  is an Emmy Award winner and a Disney Legend.
Alumni and former students have also participated in the world of sports. Former students Karen Carpenter and Richard Carpenter Class of , Honorary Doctorate  of The Carpenters are the namesakes of the Carpenter Performing Arts Center , a 1,seat performance hall on the campus of the university  that also houses an exhibit on the Carpenters.
Pooler also introduced Richard to fellow undergraduate and future song-writing collaborator John Bettis. The Carpenters sold over million records,  won three Grammy Awards  out of eighteen nominations, and created numerous gold and platinum albums.
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