EDUCATION: Seeks donations to fund health, tech, museum
The University of California-Irvine wants to raise $2 billion by 2024—the largest-ever fundraising campaign in the history of Orange County.
EDUCATION: STEM, housing, research plans
Chapman University is preparing for growth, and the Orange-based school is optimistic that the city of Orange will support its plans to expand.
Brandman Enrollment Up, Nabs Corporate Partners
Traditional MBAs are in decline across the country.
Westcliff Adds, Moving Law School
Orange County’s oldest law school, Western State College of Law, is on track to get a new base of operations and a new lease on life.
INNOVATION: Blast tackles micro saving
Some of Walter Cruttenden’s biggest ideas begin with very small numbers.
Institutions Get Grants, Join With Groups on New Work
Local community colleges saw full- and part-time enrollment drop this year, by 0.6% and 3.5% respectively, for an overall decline of 2.6%.
More students; $175M Campaign
California State University-Fullerton is the biggest campus in the Cal State system. It wants to get bigger.
Lab Co-Op Tests Get Insurance OK
Genomic Testing Cooperative added insurance approval for two cancer tests, a move it said will cut medical costs and boost care.
Irvine-based GigX Inc., an online job directory that caters to professionals seeking part-time, long-term work at a variety of C-level positions, has launched.
INNOVATION: K5, Edwards vets involved
Koa Accel, a recently unveiled accelerator for early-stage medical device startups, is betting on its experienced team to achieve success.