The W. Benson Harer Egyptology Scholar in Residence is an endowed visiting professorship at California State University-San Bernardino that enables an esteemed Egyptologist to be an active member of the CSUSB community for one term each year.
The Dr. Seuss masterpiece, “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” has become the theme for showcasing students in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at CSUSB to let our secret out about all the phenomenal things we are doing.
Nelly Zambrano, MSW program student, selected by the County of Riverside Department of Public Social Services as one of only two Wrap Knights, chosen for their exemplary service and dedication to the children and families of Riverside County, as well as their exceptional teamwork and commitment to fulfilling their role as a key member of the Wrap teams that work with at-risk youth.
Pi Sigma Alpha best national chapter 5th consecutive year
CSUSB Pi Sigma Alpha has been named the best chapter for the fifth consecutive year by the National Political Science Honor Society
Criminal justice and director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, Brian Levin, testified on August 30, 2017 before the state Legislative joint committee regarding a statewide crime audit proposal.
Dr. Arianna Huhn and Dr. Annika Anderson received $15,000 from the California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities, to support the CSUSB Anthropology Museum’s upcoming exhibition, “In|Dignity.”