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Congratulations to the 2019 CHABSS Graduates!

You can find photos of commencement on CHABSS' Facebook page.

 
The College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences (CHABSS) offers an exciting variety of degrees and programs that make up the core of a liberal arts education at CSUSM. Students in CHABSS courses master skills and technologies essential for professional success in a 21st century interdependent global society. The College provides a supportive learning atmosphere with rich opportunities for close interaction and collaboration with peers, faculty, and community partners. CHABSS graduates are well prepared to enter the world of work in a variety of careers or to pursue post-baccalaureate study leading to advanced academic and professional degrees. Come explore with us
 

News & Events

 

Friday, May 17 - 9 a.m. Ceremony Photos and Live Stream Replay

 

Friday, May 17 - 2:30 p.m. Ceremony Photos and Live Stream Replay

 

 
The surfer, scholar, author, activist and CSUSM professor brings her indefatigable energy to telling the full story of surfing and indigenous people, particularly how these unfolding narratives intertwine to affect everyone on the planet.

Decolonizing Surfer: Dina Gilio-Whitaker

The surfer, scholar, author, activist and CSUSM professor brings her indefatigable energy to telling the full story of surfing and indigenous people, particularly how these unfolding narratives intertwine to affect everyone on the planet.

 
Dr. Veronica Anover

Dr. Veronica Añover announced as next Associate Dean of Curriculum, Academic Programs and Student Success.

CHABSS is pleased to announce Dr. Veronica Añover as our next Associate Dean of Curriculum, Academic Programs and Student Success. 

Dr. Añover will begin her work as Associate Dean on July 29, 2019 and we are excited to have her join the CHABSS Dean's Office family.

 
Professor Marisol Clark-Ibanez

Professors Team up to Make Computer Science More Engaging

Youwen Ouyang and Marisol Clark-Ibáñez first connected in a meaningful way almost a decade ago at a summer “boot camp” for Cal State San Marcos faculty. Clark-Ibáñez was a coach for the program designed to introduce e-learning to faculty members. Ouyang, eager to try something new, was the only science professor in a cohort filled with colleagues from the sociology department. 

Despite their vastly different academic fields – Ouyang in computer science, Clark-Ibáñez in sociology – the two hit it off immediately. It was the start of a close friendship, and a wonderful professional partnership that stands to benefit CSUSM students for years to come. 

 
Ethic Studies grad Daniella Carreon

First Ethnic Studies Graduate Left Her Mark

Daniela Carreon is the first person to graduate in the discipline of Ethnic Studies, which has been a minor at CSUSM since at least 2001 but which was officially approved as a major by the California State University chancellor’s office in December 2017..

 

 

 

 
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