Seussical the Musical Takes the Stage
Bringing to life the colorful and creative works of Dr. Seuss, CSUSM presents the Broadway production of Seussical the Musical, on stage April 11-19. Tickets are $5... [Read More...]


One of 'Little Rock Nine' to Speak at CSUSM
Dr. Terrence Roberts, one of the famous "Little Rock Nine," a group of brave black student that led desegregation of public schools in the late 1950s, will present "Lessons from Little Rock" and share his insights and perspectives on social justice at a special talk on Tuesday, Apr. 22 at 6 p.m. at CSUSM. [Read More...]


Mothé Appointed to Prestigious NIH Study Section
Dr. Bianca Mothé, a prominent researcher in immunology and virology, has recently been appointed as a permanent member of the prestigious Vaccines against Microbial Diseases study section of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Mothé will begin her four-year term on July 1, 2014. [Read More...]


Human Development Students Break Through Cultural Barriers in Vietnam
Ten CSUSM human development majors spent three weeks in Vietnam during winter intersession to learn how to understand and assess cultural differences [Read More...]


Spring Semester Arts Events Showcase Student and Faculty Talents
Several visual and performing arts events spotlighting the talents of CSUSM students and faculty are scheduled during spring semester. Upcoming events include a concert, musical, dance performance and multi-media exhibitions. Unless otherwise noted, events are free and open to the public. [Read More...]



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