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Stalwart Educator and Champion of CSUSB History Students, Professor Pedro Santoni Retires

Dr. Pedro Santoni

Ths History Department will miss the Latin American History expert and his rigorous guidance and mentoring of CSUSB History students.

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CSUSB and National History Day – San Bernardino County Partnership

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Students from CSUSB and Dr. Michelle Lorimer have been working to support regional 4-12th grade students for National History Day (NHD), with great success!

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Professor Tiffany Jones (History) to present research in an interdisciplinary panel on contemporary Africa.

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The panel, planned for April 24 at 10am, will be live in CGI 281 and on Zoom.

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Associate Professor Cary Barber invited to deliver guest lecture while conducting research in Italy

Cary Barber

Dr. Barber lectured as part of a new degree progam that explores "the relevance of studying Ancient Civilizations for critically assessing the complexities of today's world."

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Assistant Professor Daisy Ocampo Diaz (History) Receives Outstanding Junior Faculty Award

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Dr. Ocampo Diaz has excelled in all areas of her work making remarkable contributions to the department, the college, and the university, as well as the wider community.

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"Washington State Rising" Brings a Media Spotlight to CSUSB History Professor Marc Robinson

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"Washington State Rising" by Professor Marc Robinson has made a splash in the academy as well as in the public conversation.

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CSUSB History Professor's Recent Study Contributes to Our Understanding of Ancient Egypt and Nubia

Iconic “Nubian” pottery from Site 1 showing that small groups of independent miners worked about a kilometer away from where the Ancient Egyptian Expeditions mined amethyst

A recent article by a Dr. Kate Liszka has made a significant contribution to our understanding of the interactions between ancient Nubians and Egyptians.

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Future Teachers! Join for a pre-credential History Information Session, in-person and on Zoom

Pre-credential History Information Session  IN-PERSON AND ON ZOOM  TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 2024  12-12:S0PM IN-PERSON AT MAIN CAMPUS: SB-127 AT PDC: IW-303  OR JOIN WITH THIS ZOOM LINK: https://csusb.zoom.us/j/87397621315  FOCUS:      What is the History Social Science Subject Matter Competency Equivalency Program (CSET Waiver)?     Course and GPA pre-requisites to qualify     How to prepare for a credential program     Other questions answered!  CONTACT: PROF. MICHELLE LORIMER (MAIN CAMPUS) MLORIMER@CSUSB.EDU

Join this session in-person on the main campus, in-person at PDC, and on Zoom to learn details about the pre-credential program, including the CSET waiver!

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10 Upcoming Weekly Monday Evening Events in the CSUSB "Careers for History Majors" Series, starting Feb 26

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Join us for a series of 10 events (Zoom and in-person), Mondays at 5:30pm starting Feb 26, on topics ranging from museums, to publishing, to National Parks, to teaching at different levels.

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"Taiwan's Democracy: A Report Card," a lecture with leading Taiwan expert, Dr. Shelley Rigger

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Join us for "Taiwan's Democracy: A Report Card," a lecture with leading Taiwan expert, Dr. Shelley Rigger (Davidson).

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China scholar Dr. Daria Ho (U of Waterloo) to Speak on the History of the South China Sea

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Join us on Wednesday February 7 at 2:30pm, either in-person (SB210) or on Zoom (https://csusb.zoom.us/j/388207496), for a timely and insightful talk with China historian, Dr. Daria Ho of the University of Waterloo.

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CSUSB History BA and MA Grad, Michael Chavez works at UCLA's Fowler Museum to repatriate thousands of Native American remains and artifacts

A vendor sells pottery items at the California Native American Day celebration at the state Capitol on Sept. 22, 2023. Photo by Miguel Gutierrez Jr., CalMatters

California is pressing universities to repatriate thousands of Native American remains and artifacts. How two campuses are succeeding.

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CSUSB History Professor Marc Robinson Returns to Alma Mater, Washington State, to Speak at MLK Celebration

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Civil Rights and Black Power movements scholar, Dr. Marc Robinson (CSUSB, History) will deliver the keynote address at January 18 MLK celebration at his alma mater, Washington State University.

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History Club End-of-Semester Trip, Planes of Fame Air Museum, Dec 20

The History Club invites you to join us on our end of semester trip to the Planes of Fame Air Museum, Dec. 20. Meet at the museum 10am. First 3 students to sign up will have admission covered! Scan QR code for more info. 14998 Cal Aero Dr. Chino, CA 91710

The History Club invites you to join us on our end of semester trip to the Planes of Fame Air Museum, Dec. 20.

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The Provost Presents Faculty Research: Where We Belong, a book presentation and signing by Dr. Daisy Ocampo Diaz, Assistant Professor of History -- Nov. 15, noon to 1 p.m., in person (PL-4005) and on Zoom

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Meet the author of "Where We Belong: Chemehuevi and Caxcan Preservation of Sacred Mountains" (University of Arizona Press, 2023), and 20 copies of the book will be given away.

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3 Upcoming Fall Student Workshops for History Majors

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These information sessions will connect History students with alumni, faculty, administrators, and other professionals in the region. We will allow Zoom attendance and we will record the sessions and share the recordings.

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Book by Marc Robinson focus of inaugural ‘Provost Presents Faculty Research’ series

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Dr. Jones Leads South Africa Study Abroad Program

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The program focuses on making a difference

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Dr. Jeremy Murray Awarded Wilson China Fellowship

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Dr. Kate Liszka Awarded National Grant

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What is a History Major Podcast with Dr. Tiffany Jones

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Congratulations to our 2022 Graduates and Award Winners!

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MA History Student, Brittany Mondragon, Wins Top CSU Competition Prize

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Dr. Murray wins the 2021/22 Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award



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Dr. Marc Robinson selected as one of the 2022 class of Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders AND the College Outstanding Junior Faculty Award

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Dr. Marc Robinson Nominated as MVP

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Faculty Appreciation ceremony on April 14th. Congratulations Dr. Robinson!

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Modern China Lecture Series presents talks on weather experiments, and mate choice and marriage

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Meredith Brand is the 4th W. Benson Harer Egyptology Scholar in Residence

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Prof. Pytell publishes Psychology Today article on the anniversary of January 6th

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Student-run history journal again earns national recognition

History in the Making Journal Cover, Issue 14

History in the Making: A Journal of History has been awarded third prize in the 2021 Gerald D. Nash History Graduate Journal competition, given by the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society.

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CSUSB History Palm Desert Campus student and faculty member attend conference in Washington, D.C.

PDC student Armando Bolaños (left) and faculty member Michael Karp (history) visit the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Student Armando Bolaños and history professor Michael Karp attended the World Affairs Councils of America National Conference, which took place on Nov. 17-19 and brought together prominent political leaders, leading journalists, intellectuals and diplomat

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Congratulations Class of 2021

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CSUSB History Student, Fernando Sanchez Accepted into UC Berkeley Doctorate Program

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Dr. Daisy Ocampo Participates in the Inaugural FCE and Pfau Inaugural FCE and Pfau Library Faculty Video Series

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Conversations on Race and Policing Presents: "Pride Denied: Homonationalism and the Future of Queer Politics"

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Conversations on Race and Policing Present: "A Shot in the Moonlight: How a Freed Slave and a Confederate Soldier Fought for Justice in the Jim Crow South"

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Conversations on Race and Policing Presents: "Let the Fire Burn," a film screening and discussion of the 1985 MOVE bombing

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Wednesday, March 24 at 3 p.m

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Dr. Robinson Panelist at Inside the Lines: Voices of the Civil Rights Movement Panel

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‘Route 66 Women’ and how they overcame obstacles to build fulfilling lives for themselves is focus of program

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Modern China Lecture Series

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Slavery by Another Name Film Screening

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Conversations on Race and Policing Series: The Perils of Policing

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Johnson to speak at next Modern China Lecture

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Johnson will discuss the current state of relations between the U.S. and China, which have deteriorated recently, and the role of his profession, journalism, in the ongoing crisis.

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CSUSB History major, Erika Kelley, holds Ancient Egyptian internship at Digital Giza Project through Harvard University

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Dr. Timothy E. Pytell Writes about Historians' Views on Storming the Capitol

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History in the Making Wins First Prize National Prize for the Second Consecutive Year

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A Career in Editing and Publishing: A Conversation with Professionals from the Diverse Fields of Editing and Publishing, with Q&A



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CSUSB History Department Holds Graduation and Honor Society Induction Ceremony

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The CSUSB Modern China Lecture Series Presents

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Future History Teachers Information Panel, Nov 12, 4 p.m.

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History in the Making Call for Papers

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The History Club Presents: "Brown Church: Five Centuries of Latina/o Social Justice and Identity"

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Conversations on Race and Policing Series Continues: Police Unions in the U.S.: Perspectives in Historical Context

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Conversations on Race and Policing Series - White Supremacists and Militia Extremists in Police Departments

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Race and Policing Series: Policing of Indigenous Communities

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Dr. Pytell Writes about the Appeal of Trumpism in Psychology Today

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Anti-Racism Resources for #ScholarStrike

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Department of History Welcomes Two New Full-Time Faculty

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Conversations on Race and Policing: "Cops on Film"

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Conversations on Race and Policing Series: DACA

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Dr. Kate Liszka to lecture on "Tomb Robbery in Ancient Egypt," Aug 15, 1:30 pm

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Dr. Ryan Keating Interviewed about Confederate Monuments in California

Statue of Francis Scott Key Pulled Down by Protestors, June 19, 2020



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Dr. Marc Robinson Interviewed about Blackface and Golden Girls for Byrdie Magazine

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Conversations on Race and Policing series continues - July 22, 2020

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Conversations on Race and Policing series continues, July 8, 2020 4 pm

Still we Rise



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Conversations on Race and Policing series continues this Wednesday, June 24 at 4 p.m.

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Dept of History Virtual Graduation and Awards Ceremony

Congratulations Class of 2020!



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Dr. Marc Robinson and Dean Mohamed Interviewed on NBC Palm Springs

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Congratulations to the Dept of History Class of 2020

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Michael Hawkins, Named University's Outstanding Lecturer 2019/20

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Conversations on Race and Policing

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A Student-Hosted Panel Presentation and Campus Conversation Featuring Students, Staff, Administrators, Faculty, and Campus Guests

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Race & Policing Panel Presentation & Campus Conversation

Race & Policing: A Panel Presentation and CSUSB Campus Conversation, Wednesday, June 3, 2020, 4 pm

Wed, June 3, 2020

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CSUSB Modern China Lecture Series - Dr. Maggie Greene Lecture

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Resisting Spirits: Drama Reform & Cultural Transformation the People's Republic of China

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Coffee with the Chair

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April 30, noon - 1 p.m. on Zoom

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Dr. Jasmin Young, "She Stood There By Him With a Gun" Lecture

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May 13, 2020 Research Talk

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History in the Making Wins First Place Journal Award

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The department's student-run journal won first place in the Gerald D. Nash graduate print journal competition

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David Yaghoubian Interviewed on US Defunding of WHO

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Prof. David Yaghoubian interviewed by Mehr News Agency

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Marmar Zakher awarded prestigious UC Davis Fellowship

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MMUF Fellow, Marmar Zakher, awarded prestigious UC Davis Ph.D. fellowship

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"Relevancy and History" Project at Citrus State Historic Park

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Marmar Zakher's paper wins award

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Undergraduate history student, Marmar Zakher's paper wins award at student research conference

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Richard Rothstein discusses his bestselling book, "The Color of Law" in Dr. Robinson's class

Richard Rothstein, author of "The Color of Law" was a guest speaker in Dr. Marc Robinson's course.



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Dr. Eddy Francisco Alvarez's Presents "Sequin Archives: Memories of Space Migration and Style in Queer Latinx Los Angeles"

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Dr. Tyler Parry's Lecture "From Bloodhounds to German Shepherds"

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Dr. Ruixue Jia's Lecture, "When History Matters Little"

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CSUSB's History Journal Wins Third Prize in National Competition

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Mellon Mays Fellowship Winners and CSUSB Alum Celebrate Their Success

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Dr. Lyon and Student Researchers Digitize Chinese Exclusion Act Case Files



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Prof. Yaghoubian Interviewed by Press TV



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Prof. Saavedra and Huacuja Alonso to present at CSUSB Women of Color in Academia panel



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Information Session for Future History Teachers



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Dr Chelsea Zi Wang Lecture on Friday April 19



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Dr. Huacuja-Alonso named 2019 ACLS Fellow



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Ability Awareness Fair, May 21, 2019



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Dr. Thomas Long Wins Outstanding Service Award



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CSUSB Professor Emeritus Donates to his Scholarship to Help Students



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Dr. Keating Selected as Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellow



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Congratulations to our 2018/19 Award Winners!



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Welcome to new faculty and students!



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Dr. Yaghoubian Interviewed about Sept 14 drone attack on Saudi Oil fields



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Nov 6 Lecture: "Fully Human and Fully Divine"

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CSUSB History Alumni Headed to Elite Graduate School Programs



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Jason Garcia presents his research at the Latin American Social & Public Policy Conference



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Tristian Arrieta accepted to UCR's graduate program in education!



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Danny Cervantes and Jacqulyne Anton and Dr. Huacuja Alonso win OSR grant!



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CSUSB history students and Dr. Liszka participated in an Egyptology conference!



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Dr. Liszka wins Outstanding Junior Faculty award!



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Dr. Saavedra elected to the National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS)



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Dr. Cherstin Lyon wins BOTH Outstanding Professor and Outstanding Advisor Awards!!



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Dr. Robinson attends oral history workshop at UC Berkeley



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PressTV interviews Dr. Yaghoubian on US-Venezuela relations



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Dr. Jones attends seminar in Ghana



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CSUSB Students Give to Orphanage to Honor Nelson Mandela's Life



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Dr. Jones Promoted to Full Professor



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Dr. Saavedra publishes new book about Pasadena, California



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CSUSB History Alum, Lauren Kirschke, Interviewed by San Diego Union Tribune



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Egyptology Scholar in Residence Program at CSUSB



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History Department welcomes Dr. Robinson!



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CSUSB History Club/Alpha Delta Nu Chapter Wins National Best Chapter Award Again



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