The Experiential Computing and Engaged Learning Scholarships (ExCELS) Program recognized its first scholarship recipients at a reception on Feb. 26. ExCELS aims to create inclusive and sustainable computational sciences workforce pathways to careers in the Inland Empire.
The 11th annual Pioneer Breakfast, “A Tapestry of Time: Celebrating Our Enduring Legacy,” recognized community members, campus partners, and student scholarship recipients on Feb. 23 with more than 350 guests in attendance.
Cal State San Bernardino President Tomás D. Morales shared the message of the importance of a college education at St. Paul AME Church in San Bernardino as part of the California State University’s statewide Super Sunday.
The California State University’s Super Sunday, set for Feb. 25, is an initiative that focuses on the importance of higher education. Black and African American congregations across California will receive presentations from CSU officials.
The $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation will provide $10,000 per year to support 30 students in affording their academic dreams in the field. The funding is set to last for 5 years and will ultimately impact the lives of 150 students.
The Black Faculty, Staff and Student Association will host the 11th annual Pioneer Breakfast, “A Tapestry of Time: Celebrating Our Enduring Legacy,” on Friday, Feb. 23.
The Mountain Communities Endowed Scholarship has provided financial assistance to mountain residents attending Cal State San Bernardino since it was established in 2003 by the Mountain Communities Scholarship Society.
The funds raised surpassed the 2022 Giving Tuesday campaign, and will go toward student scholarships and programs.