CSUSM students are conducting research and majoring in Human Development bring ing healing arts to the Hawthorne Veteran & Family Resource Center in Escondido. Bi-monthly on Fridays, students create artwork with Veterans and the research is led by Human Development Professor Eliza Bigham, Marilyn Huerta, Communication Specialist/ Artist and our CSUSM community partner, Joanne Tawfilis,Continue reading “Operation Art: Human Development Students Bring Art Healing to Veterans”
The College of Education, Health & Human Services was happy to support and participate in the annual Super STEM Saturday event on campus this past weekend. Some of the areas our college provided were exploring Kinesiology, Speech-Language Pathology and the Arts!
By Katie Chappell Everyone has a creative streak inside of them just waiting to be discovered. For the clients of Mountain Shadows Outreach Services and the CSUSM students that work alongside them, creativity has come through a powerful mural project that brings together artists, students and disabled adults to create art that transcends the canvas.Continue reading “Art Helps Students See beyond Disabilities”