The event gives students the opportunity to develop their presentation and communication skills while showcasing their scholarly achievements.
CSUSB professor and glass master Katherine Gray credits the university's diversity for allowing her teaching to have a broader impact.
Jason F. Reimer (psychology) co-wrote a paper on a tool measuring how people concentrate, Jess Block Nerren (communication studies), Becky Sumbera and Shannon Sparks (education), J. Chad Sweeney (English) will participate in the public reading of a new book on Feb. 2, and Stuart Sumida (biology) reached a milestone as a film consultant.
The book, which includes several CSUSB contributors, explores the scholarly research related to autism inclusion, disability inclusion, disability studies, communication, critical scholarship, education, education reform and educational leadership.
Daniel MacDonald (economics), Beth Steffel (art), Tony Coulson (cybersecurity) and Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) were included in recent news coverage.
Veronica Manzanera, the only CSUSB student to participate in the event, guest conducted “Sleigh Ride” during the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra’s holiday concert, “Cirque de la Noel.”
Jeremy Murray and Tiffany Jones (history) Brian Levin (criminal justice), Sina Bastami (lecturer, geography and environmental studies), and Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) were mentioned in recent news coverage.
The virtual exhibit features ancient Egyptian art and artifacts related to death and the afterlife. Its new online version includes audio and video guides, as well as detailed 3D images of each object on display.