Pushup Challenge a Nonstop Cause for CSUSM Student, Marine Vet

By Brian Hiro William Felty received the 22 Pushup Challenge in the fall of 2016. It was the year when the social media craze was sweeping the nation, similar to but on a smaller scale than the famous ALS Ice Bucket Challenge of 2014. The idea was to do 22 pushups a day for 22 days, then challenge someone else to perform theContinue reading “Pushup Challenge a Nonstop Cause for CSUSM Student, Marine Vet”

Grant Will Help Increase Number of Latinx Teachers

By Brian Hiro Cal State San Marcos believes that there should be more Latinx teachers in public K-12 schools.  Now the University has the money to help accomplish that very goal. Late last month, CSUSM was awarded a $2.7 million, five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education for the recruitment, support and preparation of Latinx teachers. TheContinue reading “Grant Will Help Increase Number of Latinx Teachers”

CSUSM Public Health Students and Alumni attend “2018 Live Well Annual” Event

(L-R) Danny Barajas, County Worker; Angelo Salvador, MPH student (grad Fall ’19); Lisa Bandong, MPH Faculty; Katya Davila, MPH Student (grad Fall ’19) Live Well Advance is an annual event that connected over 1,200 hundred partners and stakeholders throughout San Diego County, on Tuesday, October 2, in downtown San Diego. CSUSM Public Health alumni, students and facultyContinue reading “CSUSM Public Health Students and Alumni attend “2018 Live Well Annual” Event”

Guest Speaker, Guadalupe X. “Suchi” Ayala, Professor of Public Health presented Population-Based Approaches to Promoting Healthy Eating

The house was packed with kinesiology and public health students last month when Guadalupe X. “Suchi” Ayala, Professor of Public Health at San Diego State University, discussed ways of promoting healthy eating practices to mass populations. Introduced by her brother, Emiliano C. Ayala, Dean of the College of Education, Health and Human Services (CEHHS), SuchiContinue reading “Guest Speaker, Guadalupe X. “Suchi” Ayala, Professor of Public Health presented Population-Based Approaches to Promoting Healthy Eating”

Jeff Nessler and Sean Newcomer discusses Cardiac Health on SurfSimply Podcast

Jeff Nessler, Chair of the Kinesiology department, and Kinesiology Associate Professor Sean Newcomer were both interviewed by SurfSimply this past week and they discussed the benefits of recreational surfing and how physical activities affect our cardiovascular health. To listen to this fascinating interview, please check out the podcast at: https://surfsimply.com/podcast/62-surf-science/ Surfing Study Examines Cardiac HealthContinue reading “Jeff Nessler and Sean Newcomer discusses Cardiac Health on SurfSimply Podcast”