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CSUB News Center

Welcome to the CSUB News Center - your source for the latest news and events at CSUB. You'll find the latest news listed below and a news achieve via the links to the left.

Recent CSUB News:

CSUB Hosts 24th Annual Kern County Regional Science Bowl

CSUB Hosts 24th Annual Kern County Regional Science Bowl This Saturday, February 13, 150 outstanding high school students will be welcomed to California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) to compete in the 24th annual Kern County Regional Science Bowl. The competition will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in various lecture rooms within Dorothy Donahoe Hall on CSUB’s campus, located at 9001 Stockdale Highway.

CSUB Offers Stipends for Special Education Credential

CSUB Offers Stipends for Special Education Credential California State University, Bakersfield’s (CSUB) School of Social Sciences and Education is providing stipends to individuals pursuing their Special Education Credential through its Preparation Using Research-based Practices to Optimize Special Education program, also known as Project PURPOSE. Individuals eligible for the stipend must have completed their Bachelor’s degree and are pursuing their credential in Moderate Severe Education Specialist Credential with an Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) at CSUB. The stipends can be used for tuition, student fees and textbooks, as well as testing fee assistance, quality felid experience training, and mentoring support. This stipend program is part of a $904,162 grant awarded to CSUB from the U.S. Department of Education to support the development of special education teachers.

CSUB Receives 5-Star Rating From Kern Early Stars Program

CSUB Receives 5-Star Rating From Kern Early Stars Program California State University, Bakersfield’s (CSUB) Foundation Children’s Center has received a 5-Star rating from the Kern Early Stars Program (KESP). The 5-star award indicates that the Center sustains an outstanding early childhood educational program that promotes and improves the development of young children. The Stars program is part of the Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) for Kern County which is a systemic approach to assess, improve, and communicate the level of quality early and school-age care and education programs.