January 21 , 2021
You can view a recording of the last Information Session below. The 2020-2021 Information Sessions for the CSULB research programs BUILD, LSAMP, McNair Scholars, MARC U*STAR, MMUF, OURS Connects, RISE, and UROP have concluded.
December 14 , 2020
Friday, December 4th, introduced the first BUILD Virtual Reunion & Trivia Night which served as an online reunion event for BUILD student and graduate mentor alumni. BUILD alums caught up with eachother and current BUILD faculty and staff by participating for prizes in trivia games, group chat roulette, cohort breakout groups and an ugly sweater contest. The winners of the Trivia night were former BUILD students Landon Watts, Andrea Luna, and Rhea Mehta. The winner of the ugly sweater...
August 16 , 2020
The BUILD team was proud to host the annual CSULB BUILD Summer Symposium on July 24, 2020. This year's Symposium was hosted virtually via Zoom video conferencing. New BUILD Scholars and Fellows concluded their eight week SURGE summer reasearch expereince by presenting their research to their peers, BUILD mentors and BUILD staff in four seperate breakout rooms. This was a first and important step to their success as they pursue a doctoral degree and research career.
July 17 , 2020
Inside This Issue: BUILD Faculty Mentor updates, The Class of 2020, I-Space helping health care workers, Road to being a blue devil, B2 Sessions: Interviews with BUILD alumni
July 15 , 2020
The BUILD program celebrated the success of trainees on Friday, May 29th, 2020 at the BUILD Virtual Commencement 2020. This commencement was held online using the Zoom teleconferencing platform due to California's Stay At Home order and concerns over the coronavirus pandemic. While we were not able to share the joy and pride we feel with our students in person, we were still able to commemorate and recongnize their accomplishments as we send another cohort of future Ph.D.s into the world.
June 11 , 2020
Dear CSULB BUILD Fellows, Scholars, and Alumni, BLACK LIVES MATTER. We wish to convey a message of support for our Black communities, however limited. We understand that this statement cannot capture all of the pain and suffering that they have experienced.