The event is part of a special studies internship project for CSUSB undergraduate students Ruby Ramos of Fontana, Ana Gonzales-Munoz of Cathedral City and Carolina De La Herran of Indio.
Lacey Kendall (communication studies) is part of the initiative, the Black Church Media Project, assisting historic houses of worship, and a newly published study co-authored by Bree Putman (biology) is highlighted in an article about citizen science.
The Coachella Valley Youth PR Collaborative is a program in which public relations majors at the Palm Desert Campus will serve as a marketing and PR firm for the club chapter.
Ahlam Muhtaseb (media studies) writes an op-ed, Lacey Kendall (communication studies) helps local churches, and Claudia Davis (nursing) receives cancer researcher award.
As the COVID-19 pandemic curtailed large gatherings of any kind, Lacey Kendall saw a need to help local churches stream their services. With technology she and three friends developed, Kendall is seeking to help three historic Black churches in Riverside and San Bernardino counties go virtual.
KVCR will air an hour-long special featuring the literary talent of San Bernardino-area school children who were mentored by CSUSB students. The show can be heard at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21, and 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 25.
Cal State San Bernardino’s two student radio stations, serving the university’s campuses in San Bernardino and Palm Desert have begun collaborating to bring four student/staff/faculty and administration programs to the listeners of both stations.
The “My Awesome Empire” radio program at Cal State San Bernardino has been named a finalist for an international Golden Mic Award from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System.
The program that was recognized paid tribute to San Bernardino in the aftermath of the North Park Elementary shooting in 2017, focusing on the good things in the community.