What does it mean to be a #Coyote4Life? Check out these testimonies of how Yotes proudly embrace being a #Coyote4Life even after completing their academic journey – because that's the Coyote way!
Danielle Penn became interested in being a Panetta intern in her goal to become a lawyer and working in public policy.
Sandy Castillo, a first-generation college student, said she wanted to be an AAHHE fellow because she believes it will be a positive for the community, especially the Hispanic community.
Biology major Ally Bledsoe is working hard to become a pediatric oncologist and hopes to someday find a cure for cancer.
Mildred Dalton Hampton-Henry (emerita, education) has published her memoirs, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on the rise of hate crimes in Los Angeles, and the research of Danny Sosa Aguilar (anthropology) was featured.
A researcher in the field of indigenous archaeology, Danny Sosa Aguilar, assistant professor of anthropology, says it’s important to research and teach with empathy.
The new film “Comm Studies ¿Qué es Esto?” which explores questions families may have about the communication studies major in a bilingual film format, will premiere Wednesday, April 13, at 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 16, at noon. Register at the film’s Eventbrite page.
Bipulanda Sraman, a CSUSB cybersecurity senior, is not only the first in his family to attend college, but is also the recipient of the 2021-22 California State University Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement, the CSU’s highest recognition of success.
While discussing first-generation student characteristics and experiences, instructors will learn what strategies can create a more transparent, inclusive and equitable classroom experience for all students. The session is set for noon, Tuesday, April 20.