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CSUSB street medicine program receives grant

CSUSB street medicine program receives grant

Riverside-based Health to Hope Clinics has donated more than $26,000 to the Nursing Street Medicine program at Cal State San Bernardino’s Palm Desert campus. The money will help improve healthcare access in underserved communities, increase mobile medical clinics and improve health-related infrastructure, according to a statement on the university’s website. The …

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CSUSB receives cybersecurity grant from National Science Foundation

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Cal State San Bernardino has received a $3.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help students studying cybersecurity. The five-year grant, which began Aug. 1, will help pay for scholarships in the school’s CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service Program, according to a statement on the university’s website. More than …

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CSUSB receives $4.1 million federal grant

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Cal State San Bernardino has received $4.1 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Education. The funding will help middle and high school students pursue college degrees, according to a statement on the university’s website. “Receiving this grant is especially exciting for CSUSB and our local community as it …

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Chaffey College to start property management, maintenance programs

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Chaffey College will use $1 million in state funding to establish training programs in property management and maintenance. The money will launch the CORE Academy, a partnership between National CORE and the community college in Rancho Cucamonga. Aimed at helping low-income residents, funding for the program will come from Assembly …

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Chaffey College begins fall semester

CSUSB receives 10-year accreditation

Chaffey College began online and in-person classes Monday, including classes in nursing and hospitality management, both new programs. About 300 classes are in-person or a mix of in-person and online instruction, a more than 130 percent increase in face-to-face classes from one year ago. “We are excited to be offering …

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