The book continues to document the history of Latino baseball and softball focusing on the South Bay area of Southern California and is the 18th book produced by the Latino Baseball History Project, housed at CSUSB’s John M. Pfau Library.
The summit, which will be attended by U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, is the sixth in a series of in-person events across the country designed to highlight the Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to advancing equity and economic empowerment and to connect local Latino community members directly with federal leaders and resources.
Robert Santos, who has led the U.S. Census Bureau since 2021, will talk about his experiences growing up in the barrios of San Antonio, Texas, to becoming the bureau’s first Latino director.
Daisy Ocampo, Marc Robinson and David Yaghoubian (history), Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage on various topics.
Xinying Yin (teacher education and foundations) was interviewed about the Verizon Innovative Learning program students’ community contribution and Barbara Sirotnik (statistics and business analytics) discussed the state of Inland Empire businesses.
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.
The Hispanic Outlook Magazine in Higher Education ranked the university in its top 25 in the nation.
Edward Gomez (art and design), David Catanzarite (theatre arts, Palm Desert Campus), Bradford Owen (communication studies) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) are mentioned in news coverage on various topics.
The event on March 10 showcased the work by students in the Verizon Innovative Learning Program at Cal State San Bernardino.