The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a program designed for adults 50 and older who want to experience learning for the fun of it.
Tony Coulson (information and decision sciences) discussed the need to train more cybersecurity professionals, and Mike Kohout, geography, and Jeremy Murray, history, were each quoted in an article about an upcoming forum focusing on the Inland Empire’s warehouse and logistics industry.
The forum, “Warehouses in the Inland Empire: Struggle for Our Communities,” will take place at noon in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences building, room SB 128, and on Zoom.
The event will be specifically geared toward teachers, school administrators and staff, parents, and government officials, and will showcase a self-assessment approach that has been successfully used by the FBI and other organizations seeking to prevent a tragic event from occurring. There is no charge to attend, but advance registration is required.
The Coyote Cares Day volunteers worked on campus packaging dry soup mix for the needy and also out in the field at a domestic violence shelter, a food bank and community centers.
CSUSB’s annual volunteer event, Coyote Cares Day, will be held on two days – Feb. 17 from 1-4:30 p.m., and Feb. 18 from 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Palm Desert High School took first place at the event at the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus. It was facilitated and coordinated by Michael Karp, assistant professor of history at the Palm Desert Campus and member of the Board of Directors of the World Affairs Council of the Desert.
Panelists will discuss their professional observations and the long-term impact on the wellbeing of this highly effected demographic.
The annual Day of Remembrance memorial honored the 14 people, including the five College of Natural Science alumni, who were among the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health employees killed on Dec. 2, 2015.