The latest edition of Transmotion: An Online Journal of Indigenous Studies, a Cal State San Bernardino-sponsored journal, is now available online.
A look back to an event earlier in 2020 in which CSUSB’s public history program and English department joined community groups to present the annual showcase and celebration of Native American poetry, music and art at the Dorothy Ramon Learning Center in Banning.
CSUSB earned Star Status for the 2019-20 academic year by NSCS, a nonprofit honors organization that recognizes and elevates high-achieving undergraduates who excel academically during their first and second year of college.
The panelists in the next conversation in the series, to be livestreamed on Zoom, will discuss issues related to policing, racial violence and the LGBTQIA community.
Lorraine Hedtke (psychology), Meredith Conroy (political science), Julie Paegle (English), Francisca Beer (finance), Jason Ng (kinesiology) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage.
The Cal State San Bernardino College of Arts and Letters CAL Talk series returned with "Structural Racism, Civil Disobedience, and the Road to Racial Justice in the Age of COVID-19." Video of the presentation is available on the college's YouTube page.
"Structural Racism, Civil Disobedience, and the Road to Racial Justice in the Age of COVID-19," will take place virtually at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16.
Parastou Feizzaringhalam, a professor of English at Cal State San Bernardino, prepared for an afternoon virtual meeting with College of Arts and Letters Dean Rueyling Chuang, and entered the Zoom meeting space fully expecting to discuss online teaching ideas. Instead, she was honored with the university's highest honor for teaching excellence.
David Marshall (English), Anthony Silard (public administration), Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies), and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in news coverage on various topics.