Char Booth, Associate Dean from the Kellogg Library writes… Just completed and so very beautiful… “In This Classroom, There Are No Walls,” a critically important work by Jess Sabogal at the California State University San Marcos Library. “At a time when human rights are being challenged, college campuses must be places of refuge. As artists, it is ourContinue reading ““As artists, it is our duty to uplift…””
Every day is a great day to build new relationships with the community! Emiliano Ayala, Dean of the College of Education, Health & Human Services (CEHHS), welcomed Kristin Crellin, VP School & Community Relations and Cynthia Covarrubias, Member Development Officer, both from SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committedContinue reading “Building Community Connections…Today we welcomed SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union to the College of Education, Health and Human Services!”
Dr. Suzanne Moineau with President Karen Haynes The founder of CSUSM’s speech-language pathology program, Suzanne Moineau has earned the 2018-19 Harry E. Brakebill Distinguished Professor Award, given annually to a CSUSM faculty member in recognition of their commitment to sustained excellence in teaching, research and service. To: Campus Community From: Karen S. Haynes President Subject:Continue reading “Suzanne Moineau awarded the 2018-19 Harry E. Brakebill Distinguished Professor Award”
The School of Nursing faculty team hosted their first orientation for the spring semester today and embrace positive energy for the new year. Welcome back to school!
By Eric Breier Dr. Suzanne Moineau The founder of CSUSM’s speech-language pathology program, Suzanne Moineau has earned the 2018-19 Harry E. Brakebill Distinguished Professor Award, given annually to a CSUSM faculty member in recognition of their commitment to sustained excellence in teaching, research and service. Photo by Andrew Reed Suzanne Moineau still remembers how sheContinue reading “Professor Follows Passion for Teaching”
By Brian Hiro Richard Armenta The Cal State San Marcos kinesiology professor also mentors students through a program called Native American Research Centers for Health. Photo by Christine Vaughan Richard Armenta knows what it feels like to be the lost student in the back corner of a cavernous lecture hall. He knows what it’s like to beContinue reading “Professor Hopes His Story Inspires Students”