Arts and Technology Professor Wins CSU Wang Family Excellence Award Diekman has more than 30 years of experience producing, directing and editing award-winning films and videos.
CSUSM students particpate in human trafficking town hall meeting Law enforcement officials, students and others will discuss human trafficking and modern-day slavery during a town hall meeting.
Commemorating World AIDS Day around San Diego
The Garden is His Classroom San Diego Magazine profile of Professor Greig Guthey (Liberal Studies)
Employability and the Liberal Arts: A Career Readiness Initiative Article by Professor Katherine Brown (Communication) on the CHABSS Career Readiness Initiative and the importance of "the employability question" in a liberal arts education.
The Jewish Face of Cal State San Marcos Profile of Alyssa Sepinwall (History)
Conservation Psychology on Tap at Local Water District Featuring research by Professor Wes Schultz (Psychology)
Ideas Flow Towards Saving Scarce Water Featuring research by Professor Wes Schultz (Psychology)
The things we do: How our competitive natures may help reduce our carbon footprints Featuring research by Professor Wes Schultz (Psychology)
Can Sex Sell Water Conservation? Featuring research by Professor Wes Schultz (Psychology)
Palomar Brewing Company aims to fill Carlsbad need Featuring a new venture by Economics alum Ben Stevenson.
Historian of French Revolution Receives CSUSM’s Top Honor Profile of Professor Alyssa Sepinwall (History)
The Selling of the Avocado Featuring comments by Professor Jeff Charles (History)
'Fresh Off the Boat' Signals a New Era Featuring comments by Professor Vincent Pham (Communication)
Saudi's bold political gambit Article by Professor Ibrahim Al-Marashi (History)
Fantastic coverage of Professor Linda Pershing's Harry Potter study abroad course
Unless We Stop Our Fall, Climate Change Is Going To Hit Us Like A Concrete Sidewalk Featuring research by Professor Wes Schultz (Psychology)
Cal State San Marcos Student Wins Postcard Competition Jamie Whiffen, a visual arts student at California State University San Marcos, has won the "Leave Your Stamp" postcard competition sponsored by Balboa Park Celebration Inc.
Social Sciences Taking Hits: Federal funding cuts awaken academia to explain relevancy Dean Adam Shapiro states that the current political controversy about the social sciences goes to the need to make sure academia prepares students for the workplace...
Is the US Political System Dysfunctional? Yes says Professor Associate Professor of Political Science Dr. Stephen W. Nichols will lead a public discussion on what he terms as "Broken Government."
Two CSUSM educators hope for healing on canvas Colleen Moss (Lecturer, Psychology) and Marilyn Huerta (Arts & Lectures Coordinator) discuss healing through painting.
Applying lessons from 9/11 to Syria (Video) History Assistant Professor Ibrahim Al-Marashi disccussed Syria and President Barack Obama's speech on KPBS's Evening Edition.
Subscription Farms (Video) Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies Greig Tor Guthey talked about subscription farming on UT-TV's Roger Hedgecock Show.
Cal State San Marcos Student Leader a Role Model for Fellow Foster Youth As student body president at Cal State San Marcos, Matt Walsh counsels his fellow students to get involved, work hard and navigate the road blocks to success.
Subscription Farm Could Take Root in San Marcos Greig Tor Guthey, a Cal State San Marcos public policy professor who recently co-authored a book on locally grown food, said San Marcos has the right idea.
Wounded Artist Finds Healing in Hearts Eight months after her husband died on Sept. 11, 2008, Colleen Moss picked up a paintbrush. The Cal State San Marcos psychology professor, who had written her master’s thesis on art therapy, need an outlet to express the emotions she couldn’t put into words.