Graduate Student Ariana Cano Takes Top Prizes for "Cultural Value in Instant Messenger"

Graduate student Ariana Cano has had a good month. Her presentation “Cultural Value in Instant Messenger: An Analysis between Mexico and the U.S.” won a monetary prize in the Pansy Jacob Jackson National Student Research Competition in the NAAAS 2018 Conference. She was also selected as the student representative of the College of Arts and Letters at the 32nd Annual CSU Student Research Competition hosted by Sacramento State University on May 4th and 5th, 2018.

With the support and guidance of her faculty mentor Dr. Fred Jandt, she is among the students who demonstrated exceptional knowledge of their research topics in oral presentations delivered during the CSUSB Student Research Competition on Friday, February 23rd.

Five students currently in the Dept. of Comm. Studies competed: Ariana Cano, Jessica Vierra, Rebeccah Avila, Melody Adejare and Teresita Pollard. We congratulate all of our students for their hard work!