Anna Ni, associate dean of the Jack H. Brown College is an ambidextrous administrator – her work as a researcher has increased since becoming associate dean.
“The way we operate as a university will not look entirely the same as during our pre-pandemic days. However, the fact we will once again be able to interact face-to-face this fall, without a screen in between us, is a cause for celebration,” said CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales.
A memorial service is scheduled for 3 p.m. July 15 at Water of Life Community Church’s chapel, located at 7625 East Ave., Fontana.
CSUSB staff and faculty are invited to participate in Employee Development Days, set for Tuesday, May 25, and Wednesday, May 26, hosted virtually by the university’s Staff Development Center.
Our physical campus may have been temporarily closed, but the CSUSB community’s resilience and ingenuity threw our virtual classroom doors wide open. Adjustments had to be made quickly in order to deliver what CSUSB promises its students: affordable excellence. Read about this, and more, in the CSUSB Magazine.
Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles of faculty and their research by Montgomery Van Wart, a professor of public administration and a CSUSB Faculty Research Fellow in Faculty Affairs and Development. In this article, he features Wagner Prado, assistant professor of kinesiology, who has consistently shown he has what it takes to make him a high-quality senior scholar.
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of profiles of faculty and their research by Montgomery Van Wart, a professor of public administration and a CSUSB Faculty Research Fellow in Faculty Affairs and Development. In this article, he features Department of Accounting & Finance Scholar professor Ghulam Sarwar, who has consistently shown he has what it takes to make him a high-quality senior scholar.
Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) commented on the future of a post-pandemic economy, Pamela Medina (public administration) wrote about the challenges academics face as a result of the pandemic, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the increase in hate crimes targeting Asian Americans.
Besides teaching multiple nursing courses at CSUSB, Diane Vines also runs the university’s Street Medicine Program, which she helped create in 2018.