The funds raised surpassed the 2022 Giving Tuesday campaign, and will go toward student scholarships and programs.
José A. Muñoz (sociology) was among the researchers who published a new study that examined “inequalities generated by and within educational institutions.
CSUSB associate professor of geography and environmental studies Yolonda Youngs’ journey has led her to the banks of the Upper Snake River in Wyoming, where she has dedicated the past eight years to preserving the history of scenic river rafting.
The Peace Garden, built in front of the Chemical Sciences building in honor of the 14 lives lost on Dec. 2, 2015, was the site of the university’s annual Day of Remembrance. Five of the 14 were CSUSB alumni.
Assistant professor of history Marc Robinson’s new book about Black student activism in the Pacific Northwest during the civil rights movement was featured, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted by various news media on matters related to hate crimes and extremism.
Three friends of Cal State San Bernardino – Shelby Obershaw, Ingeborg Schuler and Terrance L. Stone – were honored at the annual event for their contributions to the university and the community.
The partnership leverages CSUSB’s renowned expertise in entrepreneurship education and innovation alongside the city’s commitment to cultivating a thriving business environment.
Diane Vines (nursing) discusses the grant the Nursing Street Medicine program received from the Desert Healthcare District & Foundation, Thomas McWeeney (public administration) co-wrote an op-ed on school safety, and Brian Levin (criminal justice emeritus) was interviewed on the increasing hate incidents against Arabs, Muslims and Jews.
The closing ceremony featured state assemblymember and CSUSB alumnus James C. Ramos, bird singers and words of wisdom from CSUSB Indigenous leaders.
The handbook was developed by students enrolled in CSUSB’s master’s in human resources program and presented to the owners of Portals Entertainment Group by Tomás Gómez-Arias, dean of Cal State San Bernardino’s Jack H. Brown College of Business & Public Administration.
J.V. Decemvirale, newly appointed assistant professor of art and design at CSUSB, will present his talk beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the university’s Robert and Frances Fullerton Art Museum.
Anthony Donatelli, BA, communication studies ’15, is being recognized for his creativity and impact in the spheres of broadcast journalism, digital media and mass communication.