Our physical campus may have been temporarily closed, but the CSUSB community’s resilience and ingenuity threw our virtual classroom doors wide open. Adjustments had to be made quickly in order to deliver what CSUSB promises its students: affordable excellence. Read about this, and more, in the CSUSB Magazine.
While discussing first-generation student characteristics and experiences, instructors will learn what strategies can create a more transparent, inclusive and equitable classroom experience for all students. The session is set for noon, Tuesday, April 20.
A panel of local educators will discuss issues of academic equity, equity in restorative practices and cultural competency in both the classroom and in school counseling. The program will take place on Zoom at 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 24.
The Center for the Study of Muslim & Arab Worlds (CSMAW) is among the organizations that will co-host a program on Zoom focusing on academic autonomy and freedom for university students and faculty at Boğaziçi University in Turkey. The webinar will be at 9 a.m. Thursday, March 4.
Joseph I. Castro, the first Mexican American appointed Chancellor of the California State University will virtually visit CSUSB on Wednesday, March 3.
The 10 students who won at the CSUSB competition will showcase their work when they represent the university at the 35th annual California State University Student Research Competition on April 30-May 1, to be held virtually by Cal Poly Pomona.
Lacey Kendall (communication studies) is part of the initiative, the Black Church Media Project, assisting historic houses of worship, and a newly published study co-authored by Bree Putman (biology) is highlighted in an article about citizen science.
The John M. Pfau Library and University Archives encourages members of the campus community to document their personal experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic and contribute their stories to the University Archives.
CSUSB’s College of Natural Sciences will hold a Day of Remembrance event at 2 p.m. on Zoom to honor the memories of the individuals – including five alumni – who were killed five years ago during a mass shooting in San Bernardino.