The university will host a faculty panel on the use of artificial intelligence apps such as ChatGPT in academia, Sharon Velarde Pierce (public administration) is CSUSB’s 2022-23 Outstanding Faculty Advisor, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was cited in an article on a new book about Chinese laborers brought to the U.S. in the late 1800s.
The agreement, the first of its kind, will provide a pathway for Rialto Unified School District students to fulfill admissions requirements at Cal State San Bernardino, which will allow them to enroll and earn their bachelor’s degrees and teaching credentials, and return to their home district as teachers.
The CSUSB xReal Lab team hopes to not only raise awareness, but also increase empathy with the refugees in an attempt to increase humanitarian aid.
Sharon Velarde Pierce, an associate professor of public administration and CSUSB alumna, was honored for her expertise in advising, authentic care for student success, a heartfelt passion for the profession, and her enduring commitment to teaching and mentoring students.
Jeremy Murray (history) is the recipient of CSUSB’s Outstanding Service Award, Claire Todd (geological sciences) described the conditions for avalanches in the local mountains, and Deidre Lanesskog (social work) cowrote an article on qualitative inquiry.
“His willingness to engage in activities that share knowledge within the community seems endless,” the nominating committee said.
The CSU’s Super Sunday initiative focuses on the importance of higher education, especially for Black and African Americans as CSU officials, such as CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales, visit Black and African American churches around California.
The 10th annual Pioneer Breakfast celebrated those individuals who exemplify the best of CSUSB, and honored students who were recipients of scholarships from the Black Faculty, Staff and Students Association.
Stuart Sumida is the 2022-23 recipient of the university’s Golden Apple Award, which recognizes outstanding faculty who excel in the profession of teaching and have a significant impact on students with whom they interact.
The CSU’s Super Sunday, set for Feb. 26, is an initiative that focuses on the importance of higher education. African American congregations across California will receive presentations from California State University officials.
The Coyote Cares Day volunteers worked on campus packaging dry soup mix for the needy and also out in the field at a domestic violence shelter, a food bank and community centers.
As chief of equity and access at San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, Cherina Betters represents 33 school districts and more than 400,000 students.