Infant Toddler Lab School to Host Grand Opening Reception
The Infant Toddler Lab School (ITLS) Grand Opening will celebrate and announce the completion of its recent expansion project. The event will also raise awareness around the work of ITLS, its successes, challenges, and the critical need for affordable and quality early childhood education on CSUSB’s campus and in the City of San Bernardino. Please call 909-537-3679 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dr. Arianna Huhn, director of the CSBS Anthropology Museum, will be hosting the Re/Collect Exhibition. The purpose of the exhibition is to incorporate the memories and mementos of San Bernardino community members into an exhibition that explores the meaning of memory, the process of remembering, and why it is that we save things from the past. The impetus of the project, is to begin the process of developing a stronger presence for the Anthropology Museum in the greater community. Currently, the museum has serviced primarily the campus. Through this exhibition, the museum can become a place where the community can tell its stories, showcase its heritage, and develop a collective identity. Four students, each pursuing a Certificate in Museum Studies, serve as assistant curators for the exhibition. The Anthropology Museum (SB-306) will hold the opening reception for the Re/Collect exhibition on Tuesday, May 31, 2016 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. To learn more about the Anthropology Museum and the exhibition, please visit their webpage or contact Dr. Huhn at (909) 537-5505 or email@example.com.
CSUSB’s History Club/Phi Alpha Theta Chapter, the CSUSB Department of History, and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Co-Sponsor the Modern China Lecture at CSUSB
Joshua Goldstein, an associate professor of history and East Asian languages and cultures at the University of Southern California, presented a talk: ‘China’s changing Waste-Scapes’ as part of CSUSB’s Modern China Lecture series, on Wednesday, March 23 at CSUSB’s John M. Pfau Library. This event was free to the public.
Goldstein’s talk discussed the consequences of waste flows (i.e., garbage, electronic waste, and recyclables) in China as a result of its growing industrialization.
Goldstein joined the USC faculty in 2005. He also served as an assistant professor at Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania for five years, and a visiting faculty member at Yale. He also lectured at Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1998-99.
Goldstein’s many publications include “Drama Kings: Players and Publics in the Re-creation of Peking Opera, 1860-1937” (UC Press, 2007) and “Everyday Modernity in China” (University of Washington, 2006), co-edited with Madeline Yue Dong.
The Modern China Lecture Series was initiated to promote awareness of important issues related to China for those on the CSUSB campus and in the community. In the series of more than 20 lectures, workshops, and roundtable forums since January 2014, China scholars from UC San Diego, UC Riverside, the Claremont Colleges, UCLA, and other institutions have visited the CSUSB campus to share their expertise and opinions.
The Modern China Lecture Series is sponsored by the CSUSB History Club/Phi Alpha Theta Chapter, the CSUSB Department of History, the Intellectual Life Fund, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the College of Extended Learning, the John M. Pfau Library, the College of Business and Public Administration, the departments of sociology and anthropology, and the University Diversity Committee. See the original story here.