In addition to three new exhibits, Community Day, to be held Aug. 26, will feature a variety of activities that are family-friendly and relevant to people of all ages, such as print making demonstrations, arts and crafts, prizes, refreshments and more.
Designed, created and installed by students, “Eternal Learning” consists of 850 square feet of ceramic tile that depicts humans at work, study and play among larger-than-life books. The project took five years to make with the help of 20 CSUSB students.
Alison Ragguette (art and design) discussed the installation of “Eternal Learning” at the of James R. Watson and Judy Rodriguez Watson College of Education, and Oraib Mango (world languages and literatures) collaborated with a local teacher for the upcoming an upcoming art exhibit.
The Garcia Center for the Arts in downtown San Bernardino presents smARTshow, a conceptual art exhibit featuring fourth-grade work from students at Manuel A. Salinas Creative Arts Elementary School. An opening reception will be on Friday, May 5.
Evangeline “Angie” Fangonil-Gagalang (nursing) has been named to a American Association of Colleges of Nursing fellowship, Jane Chin Davidson (art) will be a guest speaker at an Asian American Women Artists Association art event in San Francisco, and Dionisio A. Amodeo (psychology) led a team of researchers who published a study on restricted, repetitive behaviors.
Alumnus Pat Person created the character “Mista Pat” as a way to reach underrepresented school children to learn about science and other ESTEAM subjects in an entertaining yet instructive way.
Marc Robinson (history) was interviewed about the Black History Month programs at CSUSB, Fabian Borges (political science) published a paper on social affinities and attitudes on the redistribution of wealth, Sant Khalsa (art, emerita) is presenting an exhibit on the Joshua trees, and an interview with Stuart Sumida (biology) about the Avatar franchise was cited.
Daniel MacDonald (economics), Beth Steffel (art), Tony Coulson (cybersecurity) and Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) were included in recent news coverage.