CSUSB will celebrate International Education Week Nov. 15-19 featuring live and virtual presentations, discussions and symposiums.
In addition, they were able to donate much needed supplies of diapers, wipes and space heaters to the Othandweni Family Care Centre.
From cobblestone streets in European cities to lush greenery in tropical paradises, Cal State San Bernardino offers students an array of locations to study abroad.
An information session, led by Grant Minagawa from Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles, will be held Wednesday, April 25, from 2-3 p.m. in the John M. Pfau Library, PL-0013.
The delegation’s visit included tours of the campus, university housing and meetings with various CSUSB administrators and faculty.
The nine undergraduate students participated in the summer study abroad program, and were in South Africa on July 18, which marked the 100th anniversary of Mandela’s birth.
Kelly Campbell (psychology) and Tiffany Jones (history) publish an article in the journal PURM, Brian Levin (criminal justice) is included in coverage of recent hate crimes, and Juan Delgado (English) and Thomas McGovern (art) are mentioned.
Noted philanthropist and supporter of higher education throughout the world, Dr. Sang-Kyun Lee, CEO of South Korea-based Shin-Il Corporation and chairman of the Shin-Il Foundation, will be awarded an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters.
Several donors visited the Cal State San Bernardino campus June 21 to attend a ceremony thanking them for their support of 20 CSUSB students who will be studying abroad in Mexico City this summer.