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Hispanic Heritage Month look back: How CSUSB prepared one student for Stanford

Editor’s note: As part of CSUSB’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the university is showcasing a number of earlier stories highlighting Hispanic and Latino students, alumni, faculty and staff, along with programs and grants for the university’s diverse populations.
 
This video was originally published on Oct. 18, 2017.



When Rosyli Reveron-Thorton began medical school at Stanford University this fall, she went there with the solid foundation she built while a student at Cal State San Bernardino.
 
With undergraduate (2012) and graduate (2014) degrees in biology, and a strong, solid background in research, Reveron-Thorton says, “CSUSB really prepared me for the future in a number of ways.”
 


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