professor of sociology and director of the Center for Indigenous Peoples Studies at CSUSB, will be part of the panel, “The Roots of Our Resistance: Indigenous Peacemaking and the Current Crisis,” at 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21. The panel will convene virtually. Advance registration is required to participate.
Community leaders from education, business, government, and nonprofit sectors will gather on Sept. 21-22, for the Growing Inland Achievement’s (GIA) 4th Annual Toward a Shared Vision conference. CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales is the GIA board co-chair.
The university’s Model UN team maintains its tradition of excellence at the National Model United Nations Conference, despite the annual gathering being canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Francisca Beer (finance), with CSUSB MBA candidate Danny Chung, discussed the topic of “free credit cards,” and James Fenelon (sociology) will be the keynote speaker at the 41st Annual Hawai’i Sociological Association Conference.
About 100-150 Latino and African-American high school seniors will visit CSUSB for the fifth annual Black & Brown Young Men’s Conference on Nov. 22.
Brian Levin (criminal justice), Breena Coates (management, emerita) and David Yaghoubian (history) were included recently in news coverage on various topics.
The 8th annual Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit is set for March 30, with the focus on “Sin Fronteras — Education Beyond Borders.”
The free, one-day summit will take place Thursday at the university’s Santos Manuel Student Union with the focus “Sin Fronteras — Education Beyond Borders.”