Coyote pride will be on full display during Homecoming Week, Oct. 11-16, which will culminate with the annual Homecoming Bash and the women’s volleyball match versus rival Cal Poly Pomona.
The two-part webinar series, to be held Oct. 5 and 12, is a collaboration between the Institute for Child Development and Family Relations at CSUSB and San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools.
At CSUSB, Manuel G. Galaviz found a community of educators and peers that encouraged and motivated his intellectual pursuits to help carry him forward in life and his career.
CSUSB alumna Alyssa Silva started an educational podcast, called “Educated,” with the goal of gaining more experience for her resume and providing a safe space for students to chat about things happening in their lives.
As a student, Adonis Galarza-Toledo ’20 worked tirelessly to ensure CSUSB students had their voices heard. Education was important to him, and seeking his bachelor’s degree in public administration with a minor in Spanish at CSUSB made his dream of becoming a leader in his community a reality.
CSUSB Provost Shari McMahan was honored as a distinguished alumna during UC Irvine’s 50th Anniversary Lauds & Laurels Awards Ceremony.
Gracie Torres (adjunct, chemistry) has established a scholarship for high school students pursuing STEM in honor of her grandmother, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed for an article about a man accused of killing his two young children and saying he was influenced by the QAnon conspiracy theory.
A moving collection of stories from San Bernardino residents and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected them is documented in “A Space Between Us,” a public art project by CSUSB art and design lecturer Tamara Cedré.
Kids That Code, a CSUSB graduate student-created company that teaches children computer-related topics, held an open house for its education center.