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Nov. 4, 2021
The San Andreas fault’s “Mission Springs strand,” which runs right under Desert Hot Springs, is slipping faster than scientists had believed. That makes a significant earthquake more likely.
Sally McGill, a geology professor at Cal State San Bernardino, said she’d be surprised if it doesn't happen in her lifetime — and she’s in her late 50s.
Of course, there’s nothing we can do to prevent an earthquake.
Read the whole article at "The Coachella Valley's earthquake risk is higher than we thought, so be prepared."
National Student Clearinghouse Research Center
Oct. 20, 2021
Rachel Beech, associate vice president for enrollment management at California State University, San Bernardino was quoted in a report called “Bucking the Trend: How Some Institutions Grew Their Transfer Enrollment Amid a Pandemic.”
While an Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) ensures that an upward transfer student will be admitted to a Cal State campus, it doesn’t guarantee them admission to a specific campus. Some campuses accept more ADTs than others.
“They’ve been really successful, but they’re not equitably distributed,” said Beech, where the number of students entering with ADTs grew from 2 in the fall of 2013 to 1,192 this fall.
Read the whole report at "Bucking the Trend: How Some Institutions Grew Their Transfer Enrollment Amid a Pandemic."
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