The 11th annual Pioneer Breakfast, “A Tapestry of Time: Celebrating Our Enduring Legacy,” recognized community members, campus partners, and student scholarship recipients on Feb. 23 with more than 350 guests in attendance.
“This gift from Sheila and Jack Clarke will have an enormous impact on our students, and we are extremely grateful for their generosity,” said CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales.
Cal State San Bernardino announced that CSUSB alumna, philanthropist and long-time university supporter, Ellen Weisser, will receive an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters at its Spring Commencement in May.
Respondia “Dia” S. Poole will receive an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters at CSUSB's Spring Commencement in May.
Cal State San Bernardino President Tomás D. Morales shared the message of the importance of a college education at St. Paul AME Church in San Bernardino as part of the California State University’s statewide Super Sunday.
The California State University’s Super Sunday, set for Feb. 25, is an initiative that focuses on the importance of higher education. Black and African American congregations across California will receive presentations from CSU officials.
The nonpartisan American Democracy Project has engaged thousands of campus leaders, including those at Cal State San Bernardino, in advancing democratic principles across U.S. higher education.
Coyote Cares Day on Feb. 17 had volunteers packing food for a local pantry and going out into the community to help out at area agencies for the annual day of service by students, faculty, staff and alumni from Cal State San Bernardino.
The Jim King Founders Award honors organizations that have supported the Black community. University President Tomás D. Morales will accept the award for CSUSB at San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation’s 31st annual Black Rose Awards gala on Friday, Feb. 23.