The weeklong training workshop was put together through a partnership of the university’s Institute for Child Development and Family Relations and the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools. Organizers say it is a model for others to emulate in the effort to reduce the number of suicides.
The Aug. 8-12 training, which is free, is offered by the university’s Institute for Child Development and Family Relations, in conjunction with the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools. Space is limited; register online.
The federal grants will help the program, which works with high school students, provide one-on-one academic support and guidance, individual and group tutoring, and access to college campus visits.
Nearly 300 CSUSB students and alumni spent Saturday, April 23, to volunteer for Coyote Cares Day, a day of volunteer service on campus and in local communities.
Mildred Dalton Hampton-Henry (emerita, education) has published her memoirs, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on the rise of hate crimes in Los Angeles, and the research of Danny Sosa Aguilar (anthropology) was featured.
Mildred Dalton Hampton-Henry (education, emeritus) was featured in an article about what makes a good education, and Nancy Acevedo (education) is one of 40 instructors nationwide who will participate in a project to research and test how digital software can help close student equity gaps.
The third annual dessert-themed reception, set for Thursday, April 21, will recognize scholarship recipients and donors who invest in student success.
President Tomás D. Morales talked about the transformative power of a college education for African Americans as part of the CSU’s Super Sunday on Feb. 27 during a church service at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in San Bernardino.
CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales will speak at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in San Bernardino. He joins other California State University leaders who will visit African American churches statewide to talk about the transformative power of a college education.