CSUSB Alert: The San Bernardino campus remains closed today as regional power disruption continues.

The regional power disruption that began on Wednesday, July 24, at 1:50 pm continues to impact the San Bernardino campus.  

The San Bernardino campus will remain closed today, Thursday, July 25. 

Facilities Management is working to ensure that generators in critical areas are operating. 

Essential staff with questions on whether to report should contact their appropriate administrator.

The Palm Desert Campus remains open and operational.

 

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xREAL Lab

Kristi Papailler and students in fall 2021
September 12, 2023

For the first time, CSUSB has introduced motion capture technology into its theatre training. Performance capture will be coming next. Kristi Papailler, assistant professor of acting and directing, breaks it down for us.

Mortarboard and illustration of a diploma
September 5, 2023

The Faculty Center for Excellence also begins the new academic year with an expanded new structure that unifies faculty support and professional development in one center.

art sculpture, Faculty in the News
August 17, 2023

Mihaela Popescu (communication studies) discussed the new CSUSB-Annenberg Pipeline Program with the Annenberg School for Communication, Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) introduced the new Entrepreneurial Resource Center, a partnership with the city of San Bernardino, Andrea Giuffren (criminal justice) coauthored a study on the long-term impact of juvenile crime, and Donna Garcia (psychology) coauthored research on claims of bias by “high-status” groups.

A virtual reality museum layout designed by students is part of a project
June 22, 2023

The main goal of the collaboration between assistant professor Jordi Solsona-Puig’s class and the xREAL Lab was to integrate technology in the lesson planning, specifically the resources found through 3D and augmented reality (AR) from an equitable approach to designing learning experiences.

A rescue team is using a bulldozer to remove the rubbles in Antakya
April 14, 2023

The experiences of refugees who survived the devastating earthquake that struck Syria and Turkey will be shown in 360-degree immersive footage captured by the panelists at the April 18 event, which will be presented virtually.

“Coded Bias,” the award-winning documentary examining artificial intelligence and how such tools still reflect racial and gender biases of their creators and society, will be presented by the university’s Extended Reality for Learning (xREAL) Lab.
March 27, 2023

The free screening of Shalini Kantayya’s 2020 documentary and the faculty panel that follows will be held from noon to 2:15 p.m. at the university’s Santos Manuel Student Union Theater (SMSU South, Room 107). Attendees can also join via Zoom.

A rescue team is using a bulldozer to remove the rubbles in Antakya
March 15, 2023

The CSUSB xReal Lab team hopes to not only raise awareness, but also increase empathy with the refugees in an attempt to increase humanitarian aid.

James Trotter, CSUSB assistant director of Academic Technologies & Innovation, Arianna Huhn, associate professor of anthropology, and Bradford Owen, interim associate vice president, faculty development and chief academic officer
November 9, 2022

The CSUSB poster presentation focused on a 360-degree virtual tour of the In|Dignity exhibition allowing to live on after the exhibition closes.

Annenberg Virtual Reality ColLABorative research associate Rita Girginova, speaks to the attendees at the “Yesterday's Future: The Centuries-Long Quest For Virtual Reality” event, which was recreated by the Cal State San Bernardino Extended Reality for Learning (xREAL) Lab with the university’s Information Technology Services (ITS).
October 21, 2022

The virtual reality environment was introduced as part of the event, titled “Yesterday's Future: The Centuries-Long Quest For Virtual Reality,” hosted by the Annenberg Virtual Reality ColLABorative.