The objective of Hispanic Heritage Month is to provide the CSUSB community students with the chance to explore and become immersed in Hispanic and Latinx culture via different points of reference.
Hispanic Heritage Month, which officially takes place Sept. 15-Oct. 15, gets an early start at CSUSB when the LatinX Center hosts the AfroLatinX Carnival from noon-3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12 on Coyote Walk.
Cal State San Bernardino is one of 25 institutions across the country supporting timely analysis on Latino students. Excelencia in Education’s analysis, “Latino College Completion: United States 2023,” is the most comprehensive, up-to-date information available on Latino enrollment and graduation rates as well as programs proven to work for Latinos.
Through the network, university President Tomás D. Morales will collaborate with Excelencia to leverage collective expertise and resources, foster partnerships, and amplify current efforts at the national level.
The celebrations, discussions and events are designed to provide the CSUSB community with the chance to explore and become immersed in Hispanic and Latinx culture via different points of reference.
The May 26 presentation by Jacqueline Avila, associate professor in musicology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will examine the EDM group MIS and Netflix’s Latinx-focused dramady “Gentefied.”
José Muñoz (sociology) discussed his National Science Foundation grant to explore the realities of contingent Latinx faculty in STEM, and Kelly Campbell (psychology) was interviewed about “breadcrumbing” in relationships, and how to avoid it.
CSUSB associate professor of sociology José Muñoz earned a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant worth $49,000 to explore the realities of contingent Latinx faculty in STEM.