Now studying at the prestigious Near Eastern Studies doctorate program at UC Berkeley – one of the oldest and most distinguished in the country – Sanchez credits the faculty at CSUSB for helping him achieve his goal.
Fernando Sanchez credits the foundation he received at CSUSB as playing a major role in getting into the prestigious Near Eastern Studies doctorate program at UC Berkeley -- one of the oldest and most distinguished in the country. CSUSB "helped me immensely, in more ways that I can say.”
The university’s ongoing dialogue about race and law enforcement will resume at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, with the program “South Asia at a Crossroads with BLM: Caste, Color, and Intersections of Identity.” The program will take place on Zoom.
A Hispanic Heritage Month look back: The Women of Color in Academia group at CSUSB hosted a panel discussion on Feb. 6 to highlight the recent works by tenure-track faculty members who are part of the organization.
A Hispanic Heritage Month look-back: CSUSB assistant professor Isabel Huacuja Alonso named a 2019 American Council of Learned Societies Fellow.
“A Seat at the Table: Intersectionality in Higher Education,” hosted by CSUSB’s Women of Color in Academia, will take place at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 11, the John M. Pfau Library, PL-4005.
Hosted by CSUSB’s Women of Color in Academia, “A Seat at the Table: Intersectionality in Higher Education,” featured a panel discussion focusing on women of color in higher education and two surprise faculty awards.
Jean Peacock (psychology) and Eri Yasuhara (world languages and literatures), the two founders of CSUSB’s University Faculty Mentoring Network were honored, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about a rarely prosecuted hate crime law.
The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place Wednesday, Feb. 6, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. in the John M. Pfau Library (PL-5005).