Nathan Brunet (psychology) and Zachary Powell (criminal justice) published a study on whether “an individual’s trust in law enforcement affects their perception of the emotional facial expressions displayed by police officers,” and Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) was quoted in articles about the Entrepreneurial Resource Center in downtown San Bernardino.
The Entrepreneurial Resource Center, a partnership between the city of San Bernardino and Cal State San Bernardino, is designed to be an easily accessible hub for small business services, centrally located in the city’s downtown.
The center, an initiative developed by the city of San Bernardino and Cal State San Bernardino, makes its home in Studio D, located on the fifth floor of the Chase Building, 330 North D St., next to City Hall.
President Tomás D. Morales is a 2023 recipient of a Toward a Shared Vision award from Growing Inland Achievement in the area of Student-Centered Excellence.
The John M. Pfau Legacy Society, established in 2023 and named for California State University, San Bernardino’s founding president, is dedicated to recognizing the visionary group of individuals – alumni, current and former faculty and friends of the university – who have chosen to support CSUSB by including the university in their estate plans.
Adolfo Velazquez has been selected as the new director of community relations and philanthropy at the Cal State San Bernardino, Palm Desert Campus.
The space was redesigned after it was heavily damaged by flooding brought by remnants of Tropical Storm Kay in September 2022. The program begins at noon, Wednesday, Sept. 20.
“The realization of the $200 million milestone is attributed to the invaluable support of CSUSB’s exceptional faculty and staff, dedicated friends and loyal alumni,” said CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales.
Mihaela Popescu (communication studies) discussed the new CSUSB-Annenberg Pipeline Program with the Annenberg School for Communication, Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) introduced the new Entrepreneurial Resource Center, a partnership with the city of San Bernardino, Andrea Giuffren (criminal justice) coauthored a study on the long-term impact of juvenile crime, and Donna Garcia (psychology) coauthored research on claims of bias by “high-status” groups.