How can lives change so much just by playing what amounts to a simple video game? The amazing work of neurofeedback.
A master guitar stringmaker for many music greats is making big dreams come true for many of its employees.
He has come a long way in school and last year earned a prestigious college scholarship. But his success really began at home.
Hikes into history
Five CSUSB students map the tunnels of old Mojave mines, and what in the world is in those rocks?
Guest Column: Education on the front lines of service
Why should work on a college degree include volunteer work in the community?
Success without borders
CSUSB model diplomacy teams take a front row seat overseas
Last fall, while many students were on a four-day Thanksgiving holiday binge, six Cal State San Bernardino students were overseas seeking solutions to climate change and water-related disasters. By the time they finished, they had garnered several honors.
It was the first time the university had sent […]
The best teachers are complex compounds — clear communicators, knowledgeable and passionate
Larry Mink was lecturing his class on Principles of Chemical Reactions when his own chemistry froze up. after a group of about 20 visitors interrupted him. The whole thing started when CSUSB President Tomás Morales, who had led the group, walked into Mink’s class […]
Honor roll of donors – Fiscal Year 2012-2013
The financial friends of CSUSBMarch 7, 2014 | Honor Roll
Portraits of philanthropy
Portraits of philanthropy: What does it mean to give, and why is education so important to Ron and Sherrie Auen?July 24, 2013 | Cover Stories, Features, Top Reads