Carla Collins ’91 heads up new county office that supports survivors with crucial services, especially during COVID-19.
Kevin Barber ’23 was inspired to start a program to help and employ unhoused people in San Diego.
Inspired by her dad, she sets records on the track—and hopes to design medical devices outside it.
The student-run LEVL UP program uses student insights from remote learning so other Bronco undergrads get the most out of their online education this quarter.
The De Novo Fellowship helps students from underrepresented groups to attend industry conferences and conduct research in STEM.
How remote teaching has given Molly King new insights that is making her teaching better.
With COVID-19 shutting down in-person archival research, Amy Lueck and her students dig through digitized historical documents online with the goal of publishing their own digital anthology.
Through her scholarship, Assistant Professor Danielle Morgan explores how movies like “Get Out” address the horrifying reality of racism.
Facing temporary closure due to the pandemic, Larry Nally ’78 and Full Turn Custom Apparel transitioned from custom sports apparel to making masks.
Jailine Zavala ’22 and Ballet Folklorico celebrated Latinx Heritage Month with an Instagram takeover. Learn more about the Registered Student Organization dedicated to showcasing the beauty of Mexican culture through folk dance.