Yongseok Jang has been appointed as the coordinator for the Stater Bros. Market B.A. in Administration Degree Completion program at Cal State San Bernardino.

As a Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration faculty member, Jang is responsible for coordinating the staffing, academic advising, and curriculum management of the program, ensuring students reach all necessary goals and expectations.

Jang, an associate professor of management, exemplifies many qualities that make him qualified for the position, including, but not limited to, strong leadership skills, the ability to work with staff and faculty in a collegial manner, compelling vision to improve programs, administrative expertise in areas of responsibility, and the ability to prioritize appropriately. Jang became coordinator in October, and the appointment will run until August.

Titled in honor of Stater Bros. Markets, this online degree completion program serves as a structured pathway for individuals holding an associate's degree to pursue a bachelor of arts degree in administration.

The program is affiliated with the renowned Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, which is nationally and internationally ranked and accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). Notably, the program is taught by the award-winning Jack H. Brown College faculty.

Named after the esteemed late CEO and philanthropist, Jack H. Brown, the college offers Stater Bros. Markets employees a tuition discount for their participation in this degree completion program.

Stater Bros. Markets is the largest privately owned supermarket chain in Southern California, with 171 stores, 18,000 employees, and nearly $5 billion in annual sales. It has proudly provided quality grocery products and outstanding customer service to Inland Empire communities for more than 85 years. Stater Bros. Markets’ civic and philanthropic commitments since 2008 include $80 million in food and funds donated to numerous local organizations and institutions – including Cal State San Bernardino – in support of education, health, hunger relief, children’s well-being and addressing the needs of veterans and active-duty service members.