CSUSM Opens Vaccine Clinic for Campus Community

Cal State San Marcos police officer Adam White was the first person vaccinated when the university opened a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for the campus community last week. Photo by Andrew Reed Since he became eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as part of Phase 1B in late February, Adam White has been trying in vainContinue reading “CSUSM Opens Vaccine Clinic for Campus Community”

Assistant Professor was First Inspired to Become a Nurse

March 30, 2021 By Marilyn Huerta Assistant Professor Elvira D. Gomez a first-generation Mexican-American who works in the School of Nursing at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM), was inspired to become a health professional when she witnessed her aunt Aurora, a practicing nurse, save the life of her father. “Wow. She just came inContinue reading “Assistant Professor was First Inspired to Become a Nurse”

Public Health Student Helping with CSUSM’s Pandemic Response

Zach Nortz enrolled in CSUSM’s Master of Public Health program last fall, only a few months after losing his job because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo by Andrew Reed March 16, 2021By Brian Hiro The coronavirus pandemic struck Zachary Nortz swiftly and without a care last spring. One month, Nortz was working for an autoContinue reading “Public Health Student Helping with CSUSM’s Pandemic Response”

Masters at their Craft Series: Three Free Webinars on the Power of Inclusive Education

Join four Cal State San Marcos (CSUSM) affiliated international scholars and advocates of equity and excellence in education in a 3-part Spring 2021 webinar series that reveals why our teacher credential programs in general and special education may support the change agent you seek to become! This series, free to the public, provides participants withContinue reading “Masters at their Craft Series: Three Free Webinars on the Power of Inclusive Education”