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New downtown San Bernardino center for entrepreneurs to assist with startup and growth
The Sun/The Press-Enterprise/Redlands Daily Facts/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Aug. 24, 2023

San Bernardino and Cal State San Bernardino are splitting the cost of establishing the Entrepreneurial Development Services and Resource Center inside Studio D to assist small businesses, both conceptual and already humming.

Approximately $3.8 million has been earmarked to launch the center at 330 N. D St., and ensure a minimum operating period of three years. The city will use $1.9 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds for its share, while CSUSB’s Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship will cover the rest.

After searching for somewhere downtown to establish a haven for self-starters, Cal State San Bernardino found the spacious studio fit all criteria for the planned Entrepreneurial Resource Center.

“This was an environment we wanted to be in,” said Mike Stull, director of CSUSB’s Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship.

Listening to Those That Matter: Deans' Responses to the Barriers that Latiné/x/a/o Contingent Faculty at HSI's Face

A paper co-written by José Muñoz (sociology) follows up on “a 2-day conference that brought Latiné/x/a/o contingent faculty from the California State University (CSU) system together to better understand the barriers they must continually face while also identifying assets they bring to the classroom and institutions.”  Eight STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) deans in the CSU “were recruited to do a read and reflect. The deans were asked to read a summary of the findings from the above-mentioned conference and to thoughtfully respond to three questions. From these answers that are both reflective and forward-facing in nature, the authors outline strategic mitigation plans to larger systemic and institutional concerns specifically for Latiné/x/a/o contingent faculty.” 

Electronic health record adoption among adult day services: Findings from the national study of long-term care providers
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society

CSUSB faculty Yawen Li (social work) and Kenneth Shultz (psychology) were joined by Jay Chok (associate professor of management, Keck Graduate Institute) and Geoffrey Cui ((psychology alumnus) published a study that “aims to assess (electronic health records) adoption among (adult day services) using nationally representative data and identify associated organizational characteristics.)

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