Guest cellist Hans Jørgen Jensen gave a guest lecture on the topic of practicing to the CSUSB Symphony Orchestra students followed by a guest cello masterclass.
The Oct. 28 event will include presentations and a roundtable discussion that focuses on what fascism is, how it works and what the ramifications of it are as a political system and ideology.
Nerea Marteache (criminal justice), Francisca Beer (accounting and finance), Nicholas Bratcher (music), Tony Coulson and Vincent Nestler (information and decision sciences), and Bryan Castillo (lecturer, geological sciences) were mentioned in recent news coverage.
Stan and Ellen Weisser show their dedication to advancing CSUSB by helping students succeed and making higher education a priority for all.
The Sept. 7 event brought nearly 300 CSUSB administrators, faculty, staff, students and community members together in the Santos Manuel Student Union South to officially break ground for the new 73,337-square-foot Performing Arts Center.
The performing arts programs at CSUSB shape students into well-rounded individuals, giving them the artistic integrity and professional skillset to advance to successful futures in a wide-range of careers.
The nearly $127 million construction project will add a new Performing Arts Center and is scheduled to open during the 2024-25 academic year. The ceremony has been moved indoors due to extreme heat in the forecast, and is set for 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7, in the Santos Manuel Student Union South.
Auditions are open for the San Bernardino Symphony Youth Ensemble, directed by Nicholas Bratcher (music), Kelly Campbell (psychology) discusses getting out of toxic relationships, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed for articles on the FBI seizing classified documents from the Florida home of former President Donald Trump.