Jess Block Nerren (communication studies) has been named the first Faculty Inclusion Fellow for Disability, Difference and Accommodation, and research by Timothy Usher (physics) was cited in a trade industry article.
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.
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.
The role of traditional culture and cultural reform in Maoist China will be the topic of the next Modern China Lecture presented by Maggie Greene, assistant professor of history at Montana State University.
Julia Strauss will present “State Formation in China and Taiwan: Bureaucracy, Campaign, and Performance” at 2 p.m. Monday, March 2, in the John M. Pfau Library, room PL-4005.
“Hollywood Chinese: A Book and Film Presentation with Oscar®-nominated Filmmaker/Author Arthur Dong,” will take place Wednesday, Feb. 19, at the university’s John M. Pfau Library.
Juried, curated, developed, designed, fabricated, and installed by CSUSB students, “Lost and Found” is an exhibition to promote the value of study abroad and study away experiences for undergraduate students.
CSUSB will host a grand opening ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 27, for the newly created Faculty Center for Excellence. The ceremony will take place at 9 a.m. in the John M. Pfau Library, PL-4005.
The newly created Faculty Center for Excellence, located in the John M. Pfau Library, PL-4005, provides space for faculty to gather and collaborate.