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OSR Summer Research Program Conference

August 20-21

Students participating in the Office of Student Research Summer Research Program will be presenting the results of their summer research at the OSR Summer Research Program Conference, held August 20 – 21, in the lower Commons.  Students will present in groups, followed by an interpretation and critique of the presentation by the group’s discussant.  The research presented explores such topics as linguistic diversity in the Inland Empire, information security awareness, protocol for obtaining stem cells, and an evaluation of the INSPIRE holistic campus.  Please see the OSR Summer Research Conference Program for a complete list of presentations.  The event is free and open to the CSUSB community.

Continuous Enrollment Course Now Available through CEL

The College of Extended Learning is now offering the continuous enrollment (698 and 699) courses at the reduced rate of $260 per quarter.  This represents a substantial savings for master’s and doctorate students.  Graduate students are required to be continuously enrolled at the university each quarter (except summer) until their degree is awarded.  This requirement can be met by either enrolling in courses at CSUSB, or enrolling in continuous enrollment.  Only those students who are not taking any courses are eligible for continuous enrollment through the College of Extended Learning.  Please contact the College of Extended Learning at (909) 537-5975 or the Office of Graduate Studies at (909) 537-5058 for more information.

Graduate Studies Awarded Vital Technology  Initiative Grant

The Office of Graduate Studies was awarded a Vital Technology Initiative Grant for the 2014-2015 academic year. Funds will be used to provide additional support and training to students who need assistance formatting their thesis, project or dissertation in Microsoft Word, with an emphasis on meeting the CSU’s accessibility requirements.  The first workshops will be available in fall quarter; dates and locations will be available soon.