Fernando Sanchez credits the foundation he received at CSUSB as playing a major role in getting into the prestigious Near Eastern Studies doctorate program at UC Berkeley -- one of the oldest and most distinguished in the country. CSUSB "helped me immensely, in more ways that I can say.”
As part of our celebration of Womxn’s History Month, take a look back when Marmar Zakher, history major and Arabic language literature and culture major, was awarded the prestigious Provost Fellowship for Ph.D. studies in Comparative Literature at UC Davis.
Meredith Conroy (political science), Ryan Keating (history), and Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) were included in recent news coverage.
Four CSUSB students have been selected for the 2020-21 Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, a two-year program that provides financial support, research mentorship and assistance with graduate school applications.
A dual major in history and Arabic language literature and culture, Zakher was awarded the prestigious Provost Fellowship for Ph.D. studies in Comparative Literature at UC Davis.
“A Multidisciplinary Panel Discussing Slavery, Its Legacy, and the Case for Redress” will be presented beginning at noon on Oct. 29 in the CSUSB Performing Arts Recital Hall.
“Confederate Memorials and the Lingering Legacy of Racism in America’s South,” by Ryan Keating, CSUSB associate professor of history, will be presented on Wednesday, Nov. 1, from noon-1:30 p.m. at the John M. Pfau Library, PL-5005R.
Ryan Keating (history) discusses role of the Irish American 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers in the U.S. Civil War. He has written two books about the regiment.
Four CSUSB students have been selected for the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, a two-year program primarily for underrepresented students who intend to pursue a doctorate in the humanities.