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Stacy Bush and Rosyli Reveron are congratulated by Dr. Beer

Outstanding Thesis Award Winners (new!)

 

The Office of Graduate Studies would like to congratulate Rosyli Reveron and Stacy Bush, winners of the CSUSB 2013-2014 Outstanding Thesis Award!


Rosyli’s thesis, Gliobastoma Multiforme Utilizes System Xc¯ for Survival under Oxidative Stress and Promotes Chemoresistance, written for her Master of Science in Biology, earned her the 2014 Outstanding Thesis Award in the biological sciences, mathematical and physical sciences, life sciences and engineering category. Stacy won the humanities, social sciences, education, and business category for her thesis, Drone Effects: Structural Change in Al Qa’ida Communications; she holds a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice. Theses were judged on the basis of originality, significance, overall quality, and outcomes. Read more about our 2013-2014 recipients.
Graduate celebrates at commencement

December 2014 Commencement (new!)

 

Students who wish to participate in winter commencement must register on webcomm. The last day to register is Nov. 21st. Graduate students must file a graduation check and be cleared by the graduate coordinator for their program to be eligible to register for commencement. Please contact Graduate Studies at (909) 537-5058 if you have any questions. 

Mary Bucholtz

Noted Linguist to Speak at CSUSB (new!)

 

Dr. Mary Bucholtz, a professor of linguistics at UC Santa Barbara, is recognized world-wide for her work on how social identities and cultural practices are expressed through linguistic interaction. Dr. Bucholtz will give the following presentation:

 

Respeta mi idioma: Promoting Linguistic Diversity and Sociolinguistic Justice through Youth Research and Activism, Oct. 23, 6:00 pm, Pfau Library, room 4005

 

Dr. Bucholtz will also be available in UH 053 at 4:00 on Thurs., Oct. 23 to speak personally with students about the Linguistics Ph.D. Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. The event is sponsored by the CSUSB Linguistics Club, the CSUSB Department of English, and the Center for Prose Studies. See the flyer for more information.