Oraib Mango (world languages and literatures) collaborates with elementary school teacher William Beshears to present smARTshow at RAFFMA, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed on topics related to the Buffalo mass shooting and hate and extremism.
The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art at CSUSB presents smARTshow, a conceptual art exhibit featuring fourth-grade work from students at Manuel A. Salinas Creative Arts Elementary School. An opening reception will be on Friday, May 20.
The Cal State San Bernardino College of Arts and Letters CAL Talk series returned with "Structural Racism, Civil Disobedience, and the Road to Racial Justice in the Age of COVID-19." Video of the presentation is available on the college's YouTube page.
"Structural Racism, Civil Disobedience, and the Road to Racial Justice in the Age of COVID-19," will take place virtually at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16.
Brian Levin (criminal justice), members Monty Van Wart (professor of public administration), Craig Seal (management), Oraib Mango and Bibiana Diaz (world languages and literatures), Sharon Kalkoske (education), and Mihaela Popescu (communication studies) were included in recent news coverage.
ITS Tech Talks is an opportunity for faculty and staff to share and exchange ideas, explore emerging technologies, and experience hands-on demonstrations of various learning technologies offered by the university.
Fourth graders at Manuel A. Salinas Creative Arts Elementary School in San Bernardino have been learning the Arabic language and about Arab culture thanks to a collaboration between Cal State San Bernardino and the school.
The annual Spring 2019 Faculty Showcase at Cal State San Bernardino celebrated 11 faculty members and their success in using innovative pedagogies and learning technologies for instruction.