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Students, faculty, administrators and staff attended a reception on Feb. 26 at the Santos Manuel Student Union North to recognize the Experiential Computing and Engaged Learning Scholarships Program’s first scholarship recipients.
February 28, 2024

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.

A computer science and engineering class at CSUSB. The university’s School of Computer Science and Engineering has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to fund the Experiential Computing and Engaged Learning Scholarships (ExCELS) Program.
February 19, 2024

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.

Computer/cyberinfrastructure illustration
February 2, 2024

The new National Science Foundation grant for artificial intelligence and machine learning processing power will expedite high-performance computing research across all of the California State University’s 23 campuses.

Jack H. Brown Hall, Faculty in the News
August 24, 2023

Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) was interviewed about the establishment of the the Entrepreneurial Development Services and Resource Center in downtown San Bernardino, José Muñoz (sociology) co-wrote a paper on STEM dean’s responses to barriers faced by that Latiné/x/a/o contingent faculty at HSIs, and Yawen Li (social work) and Kenneth Shultz (psychology) co-wrote a study on the adoption of electronic health records by adult day services.

A CSUSB computer science class.
July 31, 2023

The National Science Foundation awarded the grant to the university’s School of Computer Science and Engineering, which will use it to provide scholarships, mentorships and experiential learning opportunities for low-income and underrepresented students, and to meet a growing need for talented computer professionals in the region.

Coussoulis Arena, Faculty in the News
June 12, 2023

Guillermo Escalante (kinesiology) was interviewed about the use of anabolic steroids, José Muñoz (sociology) co-wrote a report on the issues raised at the Conference for Latinx Contingent Faculty Members, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in an article about why some people of color are drawn to white supremacy.

Two students working on a laptop
May 26, 2023

The project is intended to produce university collaboration and, in particular, create a research network of HSIs interested in tackling the challenges that face their students in online settings in STEM.

Faculty in the News, Student Housing
March 27, 2023

Kelly Campbell (psychology) was interviewed for an article about dealing with stress related to personal finances, Kate Liszka and Kasia Szpakowska (history) are featured in a new mini-series on ancient Egypt, Yunfei Hou (computer science and engineering) is helping to organize a data science summer fellowship, and Leslie R. Amodeo and Dionisio A. Amodeo (psychology) led a team of researchers that published a study on selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), medications that are commonly used by pregnant women.

A female student working on a project.
March 20, 2023

The Data Science Summer Fellowship Camp for undergraduates and graduate students will provide data science training and team-based projects based on real-world data sets under the supervision of faculty and industry advisors. The application deadline is March 31.