Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the project, see updates, ask questions and provide feedback.
The program provides free healthcare services to homeless, unsheltered and vulnerable people in the Coachella Valley, as well as engages CSUSB Palm Desert Campus nursing students at all degree levels in clinical healthcare activities.
Diane Vines (nursing) discusses the grant the Nursing Street Medicine program received from the Desert Healthcare District & Foundation, Thomas McWeeney (public administration) co-wrote an op-ed on school safety, and Brian Levin (criminal justice emeritus) was interviewed on the increasing hate incidents against Arabs, Muslims and Jews.
The CSUSB Nursing Street Medicine program delivers no-cost vital healthcare services to vulnerable members of the Coachella Valley community.
The Cal State San Bernardino Palm Desert Campus provides four-year degrees that allow students to grow beyond their potential and to exceed their goals.
The new Student Services Building will be able to accommodate up to 4,000 students and is designed for maximal flexibility as the campus continues to grow.
The funding will allow the program to continue providing free healthcare services to unsheltered, sheltered and vulnerable populations in the Coachella Valley.
Diane Vines (nursing) was honored by the city of Palm Desert for her service to the community, David Marshall (English) was interviewed for a podcast on advising, and Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts) was the emcee for the topping out ceremony for the new Performing Arts Center.
The city of Palm Desert has declared Aug. 24 as “Dr. Diane Vines Day” to honor the nursing instructor for her leadership and service to the community.