Stuart Sumida (biology) discussed the consulting role he and his wife, Elizabeth Rega, had in Disney’s newest feature film, “Strange World,” Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) commented on the School of Entrepreneurship’s latest ranking, and Jacob. D. Jones (psychology) led a team that published a paper on cognitive impairment among people with Parkinson’s Disease.
The Princeton Review rankings incorporate student opinion, as well as institutional data, and cover many different categories to help prospective applicants find the right programs to fit their needs.
Cal State San Bernardino is the only California State University campus recognized in the rankings, and one of only five universities in California to make the list.
The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine ranking looks at institutions that not only enroll the highest number of Hispanic/Latino students, but also the proportion of these students on a campus.
The report by national think tank Third Way shows Hispanic-Serving Institutions top the list of their Economic Mobility Index, including Cal State San Bernardino ranked at No. 8.
To determine the rankings, Online MBA Report evaluated more than 400 U.S.-based online MBA programs, and listed CSUSB at No. 6. in California.
“Spouses are oftentimes the unspoken heroes of a military household, providing childcare and also care to a servicemember,” said Agustin Ramirez, director of the CSUSB Veterans Success Center.
Money Magazine, which ranked CSUSB No. 54 out of 623 colleges and universities, ranks institutions based on quality of education, affordability and graduate earnings.
The two separate rankings of the online criminal justice BA program and the online criminal justice MA program are the latest recognitions of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice’s work.