Fernando Sanchez credits the foundation he received at CSUSB as playing a major role in getting into the prestigious Near Eastern Studies doctorate program at UC Berkeley -- one of the oldest and most distinguished in the country. CSUSB "helped me immensely, in more ways that I can say.”
Meredith Conroy (political science), Ryan Keating (history), and Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) were included in recent news coverage.
Four CSUSB students have been selected for the 2020-21 Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, a two-year program that provides financial support, research mentorship and assistance with graduate school applications.
Four CSUSB students have been selected for the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, a two-year program primarily for underrepresented students who intend to pursue a doctorate in the humanities.
Francisca Beer, a professor of accounting and finance, was honored for her work in promoting and facilitating student scholarly research and creative activities.
A group of CSUSB students are the inaugural recipients of the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, a two-year program that provides support to underrepresented students to pursue a doctorate in the humanities.
“From Bloodhounds to German Shepherds: The Racist History of Interspecies Policing in American History,” will be presented by Tyler Parry, an associate professor of history at Cal State Fullerton.
José M. Aguilar-Hernández, assistant professor from Cal Poly Pomona, will present on May 23, and Freddy Francisco Alvarez Jr., assistant professor from Portaland State University, will speak on May 29.