Educator and administrator J. Tomás Gómez-Arias has been named to lead the college. He will begin in his new role on July 1.
The donations included $1,500 in food and hygiene items for Obershaw Den and over $2,000 in toys, socks and blankets to low-income families and the homeless.
The Coyotes of Comedy show, which will start at 6 p.m., will feature comedians Steven Briggs, Andy Kern and Brian Kiley, along with magician David Martinez. Proceeds will support the CSUSB Sports and Marketing Scholarship Fund.
The impact of COVID-19, specifically on women entrepreneurs, will be the topic of the JHBC Office of Academic Equity third annual ShEconomy virtual panel discussion on Oct. 28.
Ten CSUSB alumni were honored at Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes’ (D-San Bernardino) 30 Under 30 Award Ceremony & Art Showcase, which recognizes 30 individuals under the age of 30 who exemplify dedication, innovation and service in the community.
The donation came courtesy of family, friends and CSUSB colleagues of C.E. “Tapie” Rohm, professor emeritus of information and decision sciences.
All proceeds will benefit the CSUSB Sports and Entertainment Marketing Scholarship Fund. The program is housed in the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration.
Haakon T. Brown (marketing) is interviewed about finding good deals and staying within your budget this holiday season, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discusses an upcoming federal trial for a police officer accused of helping terrorists.