Kids That Code, a CSUSB graduate student-created company that teaches children computer-related topics, held an open house for its education center.
TEAM She ME, an all-female group of CSUSB students, took first place in the undergraduate category at the university’s 4th annual Innovation Challenge.
The Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship’s 4th annual CSUSB Innovation Challenge will feature teams from the various CSUSB colleges who will present their big business plans in pursuit of the $20,000 in prize money.
The CSUSB Virtual 2021 Innovation Challenge is now accepting entries until midnight Friday, March 19, for the chance to compete for $20,000 in cash prizes in presenting cutting-edge social and business solutions that could change the university campus, the community and quite possibly the world.
To learn more about the competition, sign up for an information session at 4 p.m. on either Monday or Tuesday, March 1 or 2, at the Innovation Challenge Intent to Compete site.
The College of Arts and Letters and the School of Entrepreneurship partnered to create the new “Entrepreneurship in the Arts” minor, designed for all students in the arts, with the first core class offered this spring.
A TEDx Talk by Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) was posted on the TEDx YouTube channel, Michael Stull (entrepreneurship) talked about the role of the School of Entrepreneurship in the region’s economic development, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed by various news media about the Jan. 6 violence on Capitol Hill.
Shawn McMurran (mathematics), Mike Stull (entrepreneurship), Brian Levin (criminal justice) and David Yaghoubian (history) were included in recent news coverage on a variety of topics.