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The “Afróntalo” exhibit was the centerpiece of several field trips organized by Cal-SOAP, which brought 15 schools from across the Inland Empire and fourth-12th grade students to CSUSB.

Cal-SOAP collaboration brings students to CSUSB for ‘Afróntalo’ exhibit

Cal-SOAP (California Student Opportunity and Access Program) partnered with the CSUSB Anthropology Museum to bring over 1,000 elementary, middle and high school students to campus and experience the yearlong exhibit, “Afróntalo.” The exhibit highlights the experiences of four communities in Mexico and 21 Californians, exploring the rich histories, cultures and identities of Afrolatine people.

Two members of Wadi el-Hudi Expedition at archaeological excavation site in Egypt.
June 5, 2024

Kate Liszka, the Benson and Pamela Harer Fellow in Egyptology and professor of history, is the recipient of the RSM Archaeological Field Research Grant from the American Research Center in Egypt with USAID funding.

Two CSUSB alumni, Amanda Fernandez ’16 and Aimee Alvarez ’11, who met in 2015, have partnered with the Department of Communication and Media on a new initiative, "Coyotes to Hollywood and Beyond." Fernandez and Alvarez worked together at Coyote Radio (from left: Lacey Kendall, Alvarez and Fernandez), which won an Inland Empire Media Award in 2015.
May 30, 2024

CSUSB alumni Amanda Fernandez ’16 and Aimee Alvarez ’11 have partnered with the Department of Communication and Media on "Coyotes to Hollywood and Beyond," an initiative, which provides a major-media internship pipeline for CSUSB students seeking internships in Hollywood, Burbank and Palm Springs.

Veronica Guzman, director of CSUSB’s College Corps program.
May 30, 2024

As the program director, Veronica Guzman said it’s critical to find student fellows who are passionate about serving their communities.

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