Erika Camacho, director of some of the National Science Foundation programs dedicated to increasing the number of women and underrepresented groups in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines, will deliver her talk on Monday, April 12, on Zoom.
CSUSB's 5th annual Tech Talks will be held virtually on April 6 and 7 where faculty, staff and students can learn about various learning technologies.
As the COVID-19 pandemic curtailed large gatherings of any kind, Lacey Kendall saw a need to help local churches stream their services. With technology she and three friends developed, and with help from some CSUSB students and the community, Kendall is seeking to help historic Black churches in Riverside and San Bernardino counties go virtual.
Thambi, a junior biology STEM major at CSUSB, shares her experience as an exceptional student and active community member.
Qingquan Sun (computer science and engineering) co-authored a paper on the new technology revolution and Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on the ongoing federal investigation of right-wing extremist groups tied to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Tony Coulson (information and decision science) was interviewed about guarding against identity theft online, and Stacey Fraser (music) was included in a review about the newly released recording, “Voices of the Pearl Volume 3.”
CSUSB students pursuing full-time study in STEM degrees may be eligible for scholarships thanks to recently awarded generous grant of $75,000 from Edison International.
CSUSB’s Information Technology Services will hold Tech Fest 2020, Oct. 6-9, for CSUSB students, faculty and staff to learn about its technology services.
As the COVID-19 pandemic curtailed large gatherings of any kind, Lacey Kendall saw a need to help local churches stream their services. With technology she and three friends developed, Kendall is seeking to help three historic Black churches in Riverside and San Bernardino counties go virtual.