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2021
May
13,
2021
| 11:35 AM America/Los_Angeles
Six years ago, two students from faraway nations met as part of the orientation day of the Office of Global Education at Cal State San Marcos.Khyati Kansagra hailed from Gujarat, a state on the western coast of India. Bayan Sairafi was from the Easte...
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May
06,
2021
| 09:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
More than 4,400 students are expected to graduate from Cal State San Marcos this academic year, including six standouts from the Class of 2021 who are receiving special recognition for their achievements.Honorees were nominated by faculty or staff an...
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May
05,
2021
| 09:54 AM America/Los_Angeles
On Monday morning, government officials in New York spoke at a rally to decry the recent spate of hate crimes against people of Asian descent in the United States and call for harsher punishment. “To those who perpetuate Asian hate, we now have peopl...
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April
27,
2021
| 08:38 AM America/Los_Angeles
As a political science major, Cal State San Marcos sophomore Julia Glorioso is used to writing papers and participating in discussions about public policy and law.So when she decided to write and produce a film for her final project assignment for a ...
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April
26,
2021
| 11:27 AM America/Los_Angeles
Four Cal State San Marcos professors have received national grants for projects that involve such important issues as coastal water runoff, nerve damage among military and first responders, and humanities education for engineering students. Elinne Be...
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April
26,
2021
| 11:15 AM America/Los_Angeles
When Cal State San Marcos visual arts senior Sarah Bricke went to Balboa Park in February 2020 to pick up single graft branches as part of a project with CoLab series visiting artist Margaretha Haughwout, the branches, in Bricke’s most accurate descr...
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April
19,
2021
| 09:27 AM America/Los_Angeles
As a member of the inaugural women’s soccer team at Cal State San Marcos in 2006, Marika Patterson learned firsthand the importance of time management, working hard at one’s craft and showing up every day ready to give your best.As a law enforcement ...
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April
15,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Melissa Reyes has always had a keen interest in the environment. It stems from her upbringing in the Imperial Valley, which relies heavily on the agricultural industry.Reyes has multiple family members who worked in Imperial Valley’s agricultural fie...
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April
06,
2021
| 15:08 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos alumnus Alfredo Aguilar has been invited to attend one of the most prestigious creative writing programs in the United States. Aguilar, who graduated from CSUSM in 2013 with a degree in literature and writing studies, recently re...
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March
17,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
The question might have been considered predictable, coming as it did at the start of a course in American Indian studies. After the professor, Joely Proudfit, proudly declared her Native heritage, she asked the students whether any of them were Nati...
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March
05,
2021
| 09:41 AM America/Los_Angeles
Donald Trump didn’t invent fake news, of course. False stories have been circulated as long as the written word has existed. Perhaps no person on the planet, however, is more responsible for the term “fake news” achieving worldwide ubiquity, with the...
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February
24,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Bonnie Bade has worked closely with farmworker communities for more than three decades, and she’s part of a small, tight-knit coterie of researchers who study agricultural labor in California. So when the coronavirus pandemic struck with a vengeance ...
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February
23,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Jamie De Revere, who received her master’s in kinesiology last May, recently published a paper in the journal PLOS ONE.The paper – titled “Changes in VO2max and cardiac output in response to short-term high-intensity interval training in Caucasian an...
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February
18,
2021
| 08:32 AM America/Los_Angeles
When President Joe Biden unveiled his plan to combat climate change late last month, the term “environmental justice” was prominently featured. That emphasis might have been surprising to progressives across the country who perhaps didn’t think that ...
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February
15,
2021
| 12:28 PM America/Los_Angeles
As Cal State San Marcos faculty and staff continue to go above and beyond on behalf of students and the campus community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re pleased to highlight some of the campus heroes as nominated by students and colleagues. Chad ...
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February
12,
2021
| 10:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Twenty-five years ago, Cal State San Marcos was a four-building campus full of bright-eyed optimists with individual paths but the common goal of making it a home of inclusion, a place for caring, a community of learning and inspiration.Sharon Hamill...
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February
09,
2021
| 08:31 AM America/Los_Angeles
Acceptance to the Panetta Congressional Internship Program typically means spending two weeks at the Panetta Institute in Monterey to prepare for a nearly three-month stint in Washington, D.C., working in the office of a California congressional repr...
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January
21,
2021
| 08:14 AM America/Los_Angeles
As the Cal State San Marcos campus remains closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Arts & Lectures series will be presented in a virtual format this spring for the second semester in a row.  The longstanding series at CSUSM will offer a virtu...
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2020
November
30,
2020
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
A Cal State San Marcos professor is one of the experts behind new national research offering significant evidence that a new type of electronic cigarette is less damaging to health than traditional cigarettes. Dr. Kim Pulvers, a professor of psycholo...
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November
18,
2020
| 09:58 AM America/Los_Angeles
Every morning, Gladys Guzman would be dropped off at her Encinitas elementary school by her father before he went on to work. And every afternoon, she had the same vision, terrifying for a young girl: her waiting outside the school to be picked up, a...
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November
17,
2020
| 10:22 AM America/Los_Angeles
Joenetta Benjamin attended a Southern Baptist church while growing up in South Carolina.But seeing how elders in her church shunned a teenager who had been the victim of sexual assault led Benjamin to look for another outlet for her faith.Now, many y...
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November
16,
2020
| 10:27 AM America/Los_Angeles
These are the seven CSUSM students who are representing the university this school year as part of the STEAM Ambassadors program.  Leah Amparan, School of Education teaching credential student Amy Brunolli, School of Education teaching credential...
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November
05,
2020
| 08:15 AM America/Los_Angeles
Nancy Meza knows how vital teachers are to a student’s success. It’s what inspired her to pursue teaching as a career. Knowing firsthand the impact a teacher can have on a child made it all the more special for Nancy to have her students present v...
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November
02,
2020
| 16:28 PM America/Los_Angeles
Kimber Quinney has a deep and abiding interest in democracy.   For years, the Cal State San Marcos history professor served as the campus coordinator of the American Democracy Project, a national initiative focused on public higher education’s rol...
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October
27,
2020
| 12:54 PM America/Los_Angeles
Close your eyes for a moment and think about a scientist working on a life-saving vaccine or medical device. The image that pops into your head is more likely to be a white, middle-aged man working alone in a lab rather than someone who is Latinx or ...
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October
22,
2020
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
Kristine Diekman is a professor of art, media and design at Cal State San Marcos, where she teaches media theory and production, and sound studies. She’s also a media artist working in documentary and experimental film, new media and community-based ...
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October
16,
2020
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
In response to the rapid growth of environmental studies at Cal State San Marcos in recent years, the program has added a new minor in sustainability for this semester.  The sustainability minor is intended for students who are interested in envir...
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October
14,
2020
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Noted author, musician and activist Simon Tam will be the featured speaker for an Arts and Lectures webinar titled “Slanted: How an Asian American Troublemaker Took on the Supreme Court.” The free Zoom webinar is at 6 p.m. on Oct. 28. RSVP online ...
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October
13,
2020
| 13:47 PM America/Los_Angeles
In the fall of 2016, Cal State San Marcos student Jake Northington took a photography class for the first time as part of his pursuit of a degree in visual and performing arts.  For the final project, lecturer Nancy diBenedetto instructed students...
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October
05,
2020
| 08:21 AM America/Los_Angeles
It has been an exciting start to the fall semester for Cal State San Marcos’ Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a student organization advised by software engineering professor Simon Fan. The group received a $10,700 donatio...
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