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Newsletter

The OSR distributes its bi-annual newsletter at the beginning and end of the academic year. This newsletter acknowledges grant awardees, features stories on faculty and students and provides valuable information related to research and creative activities. If you would like to contribute to our upcoming newsletter, please submit student research and creative activities success stories, photos, and publications to osr@csusb.edu.

Office of Student Research Newsletter- Spring 2020



In the Spring 2020 newsletter, we share with you the many recent accomplishments of our student researchers.

Thank you for reading!

The Office of Student Research

Office of Student Research Newsletter- Fall 2019



In the Fall 2019 Newsletter, we are delighted to share with you the accomplishments of our students from this past summer and share some of our new programs and events planned for this year.

Thank you for reading!

The Office of Student Research

Office of Student Research Newsletter- Spring 2019



As we reflect on the year's success, we invite you to read the Spring 2019 Newsletter which highlights the many recent accomplishments of our student researchers and the activities that have taken place throughout the academic year.  

Thank you for reading!

The Office of Student Research

Office of Student Research Newsletter- Fall 2018

This Fall 2018 Newsletter welcomes and acknowledges students and faculty to the new academic year. It provides the dates for the upcoming grant deadlines and events, and highlights of two exceptional students Mariah Armstrong and Ericka Guiterrez. The newsletter offers great insight into the various activities taking place across campus and offer tips on how to make the most of your time here at CSUSB. 

Thank you for reading!

The Office of Student Research

Office of Student Research Newsletter- Spring 2018



This Spring 2018 Newsletter celebrates all of the accomplishments of students and faculty throughout the academic year. Acknowledging three exceptional students, Khanh Luu, Rose DeCock, and Janelle Doyle. It also highlights the recipients of this year's grant awards and lists the faculty mentors who have supported students in their exploration of research and creative activities. 

Thank you for reading!

The Office of Student Research