Sahmae Jackson, a student veteran in the CSUSB Career and Technical Education master’s program, has been named the Trustee Emeritus Murray L. Galinson Scholar for the donor-funded CSU Trustees’ Award and will receive a $9,000 scholarship.
The “Our Defining Moment: The Campaign for CSUSB” launch video, case for support and brand identity package were recognized by the Inland Empire chapter of the American Advertising Federation.
This award from the National Procurement Institute is earned by organizations that demonstrate excellence by achieving or surpassing benchmark scores designed to measure innovation, professionalism, productivity, e-procurement and leadership attributes.
The university was selected by AASCU’s awards committee for its CSUSB President’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Board initiative and “its outstanding results and potential to influence and serve as a model for other institutions.”
Sastry Pantula was nominated for demonstrating inclusivity, integrity, respect, social justice and equity. He invites speakers to talk about inclusivity, diversity and equity, and emphasizes these values with search committee members in regard to hiring staff and faculty.
Theatre arts student Dea Armstrong will present an abstract from her paper during the S. Randolph Edmonds Young Scholars award ceremony on July 22 at the 37th annual Black Theatre Network Conference in St. Louis, Mo.
Beth Steffel received the Faculty Excellence of the Year Award from the Cal State Student Association (CSSA), which is given to one CSU faculty member annually whose systemwide leadership reflects a commitment to the mission of CSSA.
Laura Kamptner, professor emeritus, child development, is the first recipient of the award renamed for her: the Laura Kamptner Champion for Children, Parents, and Families Award.
The Outstanding Lecturer Award comes with a $1,000 Faculty Professional Development Grant, being honored at the Faculty Recognition Luncheon and recognition at the College of Arts & Letters commencement ceremony.