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A computer science and engineering class at CSUSB. The university’s School of Computer Science and Engineering has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to fund the Experiential Computing and Engaged Learning Scholarships (ExCELS) Program.
February 19, 2024

The $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation will provide $10,000 per year to support 30 students in affording their academic dreams in the field. The funding is set to last for 5 years and will ultimately impact the lives of 150 students.

The College of Natural Sciences
February 12, 2024

CSUSB is part of a collaborative effort to advance data science education and create new pathways. A $1.275 grant from the California Learning Lab funds the partnership between CSUSB and seven higher education institutions.

Through the CiRIS program, CSUSB has provided an opportunity for faculty to spearhead projects and research that have the potential to profoundly impact both the scientific community and the Inland Empire region.
February 6, 2024

Several faculty members and a graduate student from the College of Arts and Letters and the College of Natural Sciences are among the initial awardees of funding from CSUSB’s new Catalytic Investment on Research and Innovation Seed (CiRIS) program. Their research has the potential to profoundly impact both the scientific community and the Inland Empire region.

Computer/cyberinfrastructure illustration
February 2, 2024

The new National Science Foundation grant for artificial intelligence and machine learning processing power will expedite high-performance computing research across all of the California State University’s 23 campuses.

Senior citizens
January 2, 2024

“This grant will be used to hire undergraduate and graduate students as assistants on this major project and give significant research experience to individuals who are, traditionally, not offered such opportunities,” said Eric Vogelsang, director of the Center on Aging.

A CSUSB computer science class.
July 31, 2023

The National Science Foundation awarded the grant to the university’s School of Computer Science and Engineering, which will use it to provide scholarships, mentorships and experiential learning opportunities for low-income and underrepresented students, and to meet a growing need for talented computer professionals in the region.

July 19, 2023

The training, which will take place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Thursday, July 24-Aug. 10, and consist of lectures and laboratory work, will take place at CSUSB, with field work led by the Coachella Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District.

Two students working on a laptop
May 26, 2023

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.

Amy van Schagen
May 12, 2023

Through surveys, open-ended responses and interviews, Amy van Schagen, associate professor in the CSUSB child development department, and her team of student research assistants gathered information about perceived experiences with racism within early childhood education.