CONGRATULATIONS LIBERAL STUDIES
CLASS OF 2020 GRADUATES!
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'To serve as a model of transdisciplinary 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.
'Mussolini and the fascists made us understand that obedient human beings are dangerous human beings. When we decided to build a new society after the war we understood that we needed to have schools in which children dared to think for themselves, and where children got the conditions for becoming active and critical citizens.' -Renzo Bonazzi, Reggio Emilia's Mayor from 1962 to 1976
The Teachers' Table
The Teachers' Table is a multimodal series of informal chats between emerging educators and established educators.
Sept. 10, 2019
Dr. Tomás D. Morales
On September 10, 2019, 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:
Oct. 4, 2019
CSUSB Golden Apple Award-winning Professor
Oct. 12, 2019
CSUSB College of Education Dean Emeritus,
Dr. Ernest Garcia