Evelyn Knox, coordinator of the Cal State San Bernardino Pan-African Collegiate Scholars Program, talks about the mentoring program in the Winter 2021 edition of the CSUniverse, as part of the highlights from the CSU’s 23 campuses.
In the Voices segment “Avenues to Black Student Success,” Knox explains how the program helps prepare students for careers or academically and how it focuses on the retention and support of students through personal and academic mentorship.
In the “23” segment, CSUSB Associated Students Inc. President Graciela Moran is among the students from the 23 CSU campuses who are quoted on “how virtual learning brought on by the pandemic readies them for success.”
CSUSB news and accomplishments were also listed in other sections of the CSUNIVERSE that included:
- In Case You Missed it – CSUSB Receives National Cybersecurity Designation From NSA
- Notables, under “Funding Feats” – CSUSB Assistant Professor Receives NIH Grant To Lead Eye-Cancer Research
- Books – “The Chicana/o/x Dream: Hope, Resistance and Educational Success” by Gilberto Q. Conchas; and Nancy Acevedo, CSUSB associate professor of education
CSUSB also listed a number of virtual events in Events.
For more information, visit CSUniverse Volume 6 Winter 2021.