Sunday , October 2 2022

Education

MSJC makes hospital face shields

Mt. San Jacinto College is making face shields for local hospitals. The shields, which are being donated to medical facilities that have requested them, will give medical workers an extra layer of protection in their battle against COVID-19, according to a statement.  Those hospitals include Hemet Global and Menifee Global …

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Torres announces relief funding for IE students

Rep. Norma Torres, D- Ontario, has announced that more than $184.5 million from the U.S. Department of Education will benefit residents of her district as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.  The grant includes more than $43.5 million for institutions of higher learning, and more than …

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CSUSB library offers more online services

In another response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Cal State San Bernardino’s John M. Pfau Library is expanding its online services as the campus shifts to virtual instruction and other remote learning. “We want to assure the campus community that library services are, and will remain, available,” said Cesar Caballero, the …

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CSUSB criminal justice program recognized

Cal State San Bernardino’s online criminal justice master’s program has been ranked among the top programs of its kind by a college research and planning guide. The ranking, based on an assessment of 156 accredited colleges and universities in the nation, placed Cal State San Bernardino 18th, according to a …

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CSUSB online program recognized

Cal State San Bernardino’s online program has been ranked the 10th best of it kind among colleges and universities in California. Study.com “evaluated hundreds of schools and selected California State University-San Bernardino based on academic and career resources for California students, the quality of education, and program accessibility, among other …

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CSUSB graduate school programs lauded

U.S. News & World Report has again recognized Cal State San Bernardino for having several outstanding graduate school programs. The magazine, which regularly ranks U.S. colleges and universities in multiple academic categories, ranked CSUSB’s Master of Fine Arts program 178 of 272, its Master of Public Affairs 117 of 274, …

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