Misealle “Ellie” Tolliver has been selected for the 2022-23 California State University Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement, the CSU’s highest recognition of success.
Two CSUSB faculty members have joined with a Cal State Los Angeles colleague to empower CSU students, faculty and staff to decrease equity gaps in degree completion through action projects informed by intergroup dialogue.
Brittany Mondragon, whose focus is on environmental history, scientific history, colonialism and trade, took first place in the Humanities, Arts & Letters category at the 36th annual California State University Student Research Competition.
Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote that our fear of missing out through social media may actually make us miss out on real, in-person social connections, and Nena Torrez (education) spoke at a CSU Board of Trustees meeting on a program that paid university executives after they departed.
The 11 winners from the 36th Annual CSUSB Student Research Competition will represent the university at this year’s CSU statewide Student Research Competition April 29-30.
President Tomás D. Morales talked about the transformative power of a college education for African Americans as part of the CSU’s Super Sunday on Feb. 27 during a church service at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in San Bernardino.
CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales will speak at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in San Bernardino. He joins other California State University leaders who will visit African American churches statewide to talk about the transformative power of a college education.
Sedrick Spencer, two-time CSUSB alumnus, has been named the Alumni Council representative to the standing work group for the CSU Biennial Symposium Recognizing African American History and Achievement.