The project is intended to produce university collaboration and, in particular, create a research network of HSIs interested in tackling the challenges that face their students in online settings in STEM.
The CSUSB School of Computer Science and Engineering and its military partners offer learning and job opportunities for STEM majors. A scheduled visit to Edwards Air Force Base is set for May 31 for ROTC students and STEM majors in partnership with the university’s Air Force ROTC.
When asked what motivates CSUSB professor of chemistry Kimberley Cousins, her answer is simple. “Our students,” she says.
Meredith Conroy (political science), Guy Hepp (anthropology), Frances Berdan (anthropology emerita) and Stuart Sumida (biology) were mentioned in recent news coverage, and Brittany Bloodhart (psychology) published some of her research.
Stacy Morris (child development), José A. Muñoz and Ethel Mickey (sociology) each published papers on their areas of research.
Guillermo Escalante (kinesiology) was a guest on a program focusing on professional bodybuilding, and Yunfei Hou, Amir Ghasemkhani (computer science and engineering), Hani Aldirawi (mathematics), Miranda McIntyre (psychology) and Montgomery Van Wart (public administration) collaborated on research about STEM students’ perceptions of online classes.
The CSUSB School of Computer Science and Engineering and its military partners offer learning and job opportunities for STEM majors.
Michael Chao (biology) talked about a National Science Foundation grant awarded to CSUSB, Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about extremist activity as the Nov. 8 election approaches, and Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) discussed the latest news on the region’s economy.
The goal is to support student success and retention by developing institutional culture and infrastructure at CSUSB to support language-based challenges to STEM students including multilingual English learner students.