As an HSI, the university actively opens the doors to opportunity, provides more accessible support and resources, and ultimately supplies students the tools needed for successful careers and fulfilling futures.
The university will honor National Hispanic Heritage Month with a number of live and virtual events to celebrate the history, heritage, culture and contributions of Latino Americans.
Guillermo Escalante's research focusing on sports nutrition, sports medicine and performance enhancement, has led him to speak at conferences nationally and internationally.
UCLA history professor Robert Chao Romero will present “Brown Church: Five Centuries of Latina/o Social Justice and Identity,” at noon Thursday, Oct. 15, on Zoom.
Alumnus Adonis Galarza-Toledo, ’20, who served as CSUSB’s ASI president, has been appointed to the Coachella Valley Unified School District Board.
Luna, sophomore goalkeeper on the women’s soccer team and a CCAA All-Academic, was one of 10 women in the running to be named the 2020 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar of the Year.
Visit RAFFMA’s website and @RAFFMAcsusb social media pages to view the virtual Festival de Calaveras exhibition. All calaveras will be auctioned Oct. 30 and Oct. 31 to raise money for student scholarships.
On Tuesday, Oct. 6, CSUSB’s College of Natural Sciences will celebrate Hispanic/Latinx scientists who have expanded the boundaries of research and innovation. The virtual event will take place from noon to 1 p.m. on Zoom.
After being accepted into four prestigious doctoral programs, Ariana Cano, CSUSB alumna and communication studies adjunct professor, decided to attend the Institute of Communications Research in the College of Media at the University of Illinois.