Reality redefined in design course

This year, California Baptist University received its first taste of emerging technologies education. Emerging technologies are a collection of futuristic possibilities that blurs the line between the real world and virtual reality. The College of Architecture, Visual Arts and Design began the first of hopefully many experimental classes this semester, a course vaguely titled GDM […]

Interviews equip students

To prepare students of all majors for the professional world, California Baptist University’s Career Center has set up staged interviews. The mock interviews are scheduled with career counselors, who critique all aspects of the interview starting with the actual interview and followed by a 20-minute assessment. The assessment gives the career counselor opportunity to critique […]

Engineering students follow example of CBU professor

This July, Dr. Matthew Rickard was named chair of bioengineering at California Baptist University and has been inspiring engineering students with his inventions. Two years after graduating from the University of California at Irvine in 2005 with a Ph.D. in mechanical and aerospace engineering, Rickard worked for Alcon, a global medical company. During his time […]