The Inland Empire Stem Cell Consortium continues its efforts in uniting stem cell biology students and professionals with its return to CSUSB.
The CSUSB Esports Arena, formally opened on May 28, features 20 Alienware PCs, a streaming corner and spectating area. It is open for casual play and closed during competitions.
The 10-week Data Science Summer Camp for undergraduates and graduate students, which includes a $5,000 stipend supported by the NSF, is part of the Data Science Career Pathways in the Inland Empire Grant. The application deadline is March 31.
CSUSB has appointed Adrian Paul Stevens as its new associate vice president for philanthropic giving. Stevens has nearly 28 years of experience identifying, cultivating and soliciting individual donors, corporations and foundations.
Brittany Bloodhart, CSUSB assistant professor of psychology, has received a $444,414 grant to work with UC Riverside to reduce gender and sexual harassment in its College of Engineering.
Robert B. Marks, professor emeritus at Whittier College, will talk on March 9 about China’s environmental challenges brought on by its rapid economic growth, and Perry Link, Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature and Chinese at UC Riverside, will discuss on March 11 why many Chinese dissidents back former President Donald Trump.
The grant from the James Irvine Foundation supports the GIA’s organizational capacity, building and sustainability. The GIA’s mission is to improve the long-term economic outlook of the region through improving educational attainment rates.
The conference, “Breaking the Mold: Anticipating the Challenges of Local Education,” will be held in Riverside through Thursday, Oct. 19.
The CSUSB Philanthropic Foundation, in partnership with Growing Inland Achievement (GIA), recently secured two 24-month grants, totaling $1.1 million, from College Futures Foundation and The James Irvine Foundation.