The Cal State San Bernardino Palm Desert Campus recently celebrated the release of the student-led literary magazine, The Concrete Desert Review, and paid tribute to the late Julie Paegle.
A valued educator and leader at Cal State San Bernardino for 20 years, Chuang was appointed to the post after serving as the college’s interim dean.
The Speaking Center at JHBC, which opened in winter 2020, helps students practice their public speaking skills, hone their oral presentation skills, and become more comfortable in public speaking moments overall.
The construction and renovation project would add two new buildings to campus including a new Performing Arts Center and an academic building that would serve as an anchor to the College of Arts and Letters.
State Sen. Connie M. Leyva (D-Chino) served as the keynote speaker at CSUSB’s 2020 Womxn’s Leadership Conference on May 22, where she offered words of encouragement, advice and personal anecdotes.
The conference, with the theme “The Future is Female: 100 Years of Voices,” will be held virtually Friday, May 22, and will feature a keynote from Senator Leyva, panel discussion and breakout sessions.
Following a national search and the careful consideration of input from the campus community, Rueyling Chuang has been named dean of the College of Arts and Letters, effective June 1.
Two Korean-language news websites mentioned the visit to South Korea of CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales and the university’s delegation of students and faculty. The articles were translated by Google Translate and the summaries edited for clarity.
Students from California State University San Bernardino (CSUSB) Orchestra and Seoul Cyber University held a joint concert at Seoul Art Center, Wednesday, in celebration of their partnership.