'To serve as a model of interdisciplinary study that fosters student inquiry and learning using a breadth of intellectual approaches and knowledge to enable students to critically engage with our diverse and complex world and meaningfully contribute, with intention, to the public good.'
Good News! The Liberal Studies Offices are Open
We're back! Please come and visit us in-person in CE-114.
As we continue to monitor and meet established safety guidelines in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we are happy to offer an open Student Lounge to all CSUSB students. Offering study spaces, individual 1-hour reservable computer rooms, a Go-Print station, and free testing materials, we look forward to reconnecting with our vibrant learning community. Hope to see you here!
We are open and ready to support you!
As we continue to monitor and meet established safety guidelines in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, our offices are open and operating in a virtual format. You can reach us by phone at (909) 537-5857 or via email at email@example.com. We will respond as quickly as possible, but we also encourage you to please keep a close watch for new announcements. Many of them, as well as several resources, can be found on CSUSB’s dedicated COVID-19/Coronavirus Information Stay Informed web page.
Thank you and stay safe.
The Teachers' Table
The Teachers' Table is a multimodal series of informal chats between emerging educators and established educators.
Dr. Tomás D. Morales
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month and Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week, CSUSB's first Hispanic President, Dr. Tomás D. Morales, sat down with a group of Liberal Studies students for the inaugural installment of The Teachers' Table.
Please watch this short video:
CSUSB Golden Apple Award-winning Professor
Juan Delgado met with CSUSB students to talk about the events happening and their impacts to the nation. In this podcast, students talk about their experience and conversations they had with Juan Delgado.
This is their podcast:
CSUSB College of Education Dean Emeritus,
Dr. Ernest Garcia