CSUSB alumna Paulette Brown-Hinds ’90, has been named the first African American to chair the Inland Empire Community Foundation’s Board of Directors. Also appointed to the board were CSUSB Foundation board member Nefertiti Long and CSUSB adjunct professor Kathy Johnson.
Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed for an article on how some American voters – prior to and after the 2020 presidential election -- actively searched online for topics related to joining extremist groups, conspiracy theories, and how to make homemade firebombs, and Francisca Beer (accounting and finance) will be one of the presenters for a Society of Extraordinary Women event on Feb. 11.
CSUSB accounting professor Francisca Beer will be a speaker at a virtual program at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, to help people plan for their economic future by the Society of Extraordinary Women. Joining her will be CSUSB alumni Monica Stockhausen and Paulette Brown-Hinds, and CSUSB Philanthropic Foundation board member Nefertiti Long. Online registration closes at 4 p.m. Thursday.
CSUSB alumna Paulette Brown-Hinds, as well as faculty, staff and programs from the university are featured in the fall 2020 edition of CSUniverse, a digest of highlights from the CSU’s 23 campuses.
“Balance isn’t levered by you alone,” Howroyd said on Jan. 30 in the university’s Santos Manuel Student Union. “You got to be thoughtful that somebody else is winning along with you.”
Businesswoman, educator, author and one of America’s most successful female entrepreneurs, Janice Bryant Howroyd, will speak at CSUSB on Thursday, Jan. 30.
Local community members were honored for their service and student scholarship recipients were announced by the CSUSB Black Faculty, Staff and Student Association at the seventh annual Pioneer Breakfast on Feb. 22.