The $20,000 grant comes from the Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute at Cal State Dominguez Hills.
An opening reception is set for 4:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, at the museum. In|Dignity will run through Dec. 11.
“In|Dignity,” an exhibit aimed at exploring and dismantling intolerance through the experiences of Inland Empire residents, officially opened at Cal State San Bernardino’s Anthropology Museum on Jan. 18 and will remain on display through Dec. 11.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will give a grant to local California State Universities, including CSUSB, to establish the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF) program.
In|Dignity, aimed at exploring and dismantling intolerance, will mark the end of its nearly yearlong run with the presentation of an original theatrical presentation it inspired.
Arianna Huhn (anthropology and director of the museum), Annika Anderson (sociology), Brian Levin (criminal justice) and Michael Stull (entrepreneurship) are included in news coverage of various topics.
The end of the CSUSB Anthropology Museum exhibit In|Dignity was officially marked with an original production based on those who contributed stories to it.
Clare Weber, who has more than 30 years leadership experience in higher education and the private sector, has been appointed Cal State San Bernardino’s new deputy provost.