Cal State San Bernardino is one of 25 institutions across the country supporting timely analysis on Latino students. Excelencia in Education’s analysis, “Latino College Completion: United States 2023,” is the most comprehensive, up-to-date information available on Latino enrollment and graduation rates as well as programs proven to work for Latinos.
“Afróntalo introduces you to four communities in Mexico and twenty-one Californians, all in their own words, to explore the depth and breadth of Afrolatine histories, cultures and identities.” The exhibition will run through June 19 at CSUSB’s Anthropology Museum.
The space was redesigned after it was heavily damaged by flooding brought by remnants of Tropical Storm Kay in September 2022. The program begins at noon, Wednesday, Sept. 20.
In addition to the top ranking in social mobility, U.S. News ranked CSUSB at No. 27 – up from No. 31 last year – in its national Best Value Schools category.
The new Student Services Building will be able to accommodate up to 4,000 students and is designed for maximal flexibility as the campus continues to grow.
The Mary Stuart Rogers Scholarship Fund was established to provide financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at Cal State San Bernardino’s Palm Desert Campus.
Dorene C. Dominguez, chairwoman and CEO of Vanir Construction Management and the Vanir Group of Companies, Inc., will discuss “The Impact of Women Entrepreneurs” on Monday, Oct. 2, at 6 p.m. in the Santos Manuel Student Union Theater.
“The realization of the $200 million milestone is attributed to the invaluable support of CSUSB’s exceptional faculty and staff, dedicated friends and loyal alumni,” said CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales.
“We, as the nation’s largest public university, need to do the very best we can in advancing tribal relations, enhancing the education of Native American students, expanding the academic knowledge of indigenous communities, and preserving their cultural heritage,” said CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales.
Three university-wide awards – Distinguished Alumni, Emerging Leader and Coyote Spirit – will be presented, as well as the Paw Print Awards, which honor esteemed alumni from each of the university’s five colleges.
“This year, I wish to focus on where we are with two major campus initiatives, which were launched at last year’s Convocation: our new 2023-28 strategic plan, which will shape our work and efforts across all segments of the university; and the ongoing ‘Our Defining Moment: The Campaign for CSUSB.’ Its success will also have a tremendous impact on how we are able to grow and serve our students and our region,” CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales said.
Mihaela Popescu (communication studies) discussed the new CSUSB-Annenberg Pipeline Program with the Annenberg School for Communication, Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) introduced the new Entrepreneurial Resource Center, a partnership with the city of San Bernardino, Andrea Giuffren (criminal justice) coauthored a study on the long-term impact of juvenile crime, and Donna Garcia (psychology) coauthored research on claims of bias by “high-status” groups.