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A student’s mortarboard at a LatinX Graduation Recognition Ceremony at Coussoulis Arena.
October 16, 2023

The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine ranking looks at institutions that not only enroll the highest number of Hispanic/Latino students, but also the proportion of these students on a campus.

Two students working on a laptop
May 26, 2023

The project is intended to produce university collaboration and, in particular, create a research network of HSIs interested in tackling the challenges that face their students in online settings in STEM.

Gregory Gondwe
April 6, 2023

Assistant professor of journalism studies, Gregory Gondwe, will focus on increasing reporting on the Hispanic community, including coverage of new immigrants and their hopes and challenges.

Faculty in the News, Student Housing
March 27, 2023

Kelly Campbell (psychology) was interviewed for an article about dealing with stress related to personal finances, Kate Liszka and Kasia Szpakowska (history) are featured in a new mini-series on ancient Egypt, Yunfei Hou (computer science and engineering) is helping to organize a data science summer fellowship, and Leslie R. Amodeo and Dionisio A. Amodeo (psychology) led a team of researchers that published a study on selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), medications that are commonly used by pregnant women.

A female student working on a project.
March 20, 2023

The Data Science Summer Fellowship Camp for undergraduates and graduate students will provide data science training and team-based projects based on real-world data sets under the supervision of faculty and industry advisors. The application deadline is March 31.

Students at the LatinX Graduation Recognition Ceremony at Coussoulis Arena in May.
November 29, 2022

The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine ranking looks at institutions that not only enroll the highest number of Hispanic/Latino students, but also the proportion of these students on a campus.

Watson College of Education, Faculty in the News
November 17, 2022

Enrique Murillo Jr. (education) was quoted in an article about Hispanic-Serving Institutions, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) defined what constitutes extremism.

Brian Heisterkamp, CSUSB professor of communication studies and the grant’s principal investigator
November 8, 2022

The grant will help develop a studio incubator, where students from various disciplines and departments will work together on different projects.

Chemical Sciences building, Faculty in the News
November 3, 2022

Michael Chao (biology) talked about a National Science Foundation grant awarded to CSUSB, Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about extremist activity as the Nov. 8 election approaches, and Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) discussed the latest news on the region’s economy.