Anthony Donatelli, BA, communication studies ’15, is being recognized for his creativity and impact in the spheres of broadcast journalism, digital media and mass communication.
Dr. Tae-Wook Chun, BS, biology, ’92, is being recognized for his notable contributions in the fields of biopharmaceuticals and immunovirology, and his unwavering dedication to scientific research aimed at enhancing the well-being of individuals and families affected by the HIV infection.
Scott Keagy Smith, BA, marketing, ’91, is being recognized for his leadership and influence on students and fellow teachers in the field of physical education.
Mary Jane McCoy, BA, history, ’67, who was one of three African American students in the first graduating class of 59 students, is being recognized for her decades of dedicated leadership, service and generosity to the educational community and beyond.
Juan Carlos Luna, BA, liberal studies, ’02, MA, bilingual education,’04, MA, educational administration, ’06, will receive the Paw Prints Award. He is being recognized for his leadership and service in the educational sector.
Ellen Weisser, BA, English, ’68, will be honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award, which recognizes an achievement of noteworthy value, a series of such achievements or a career or humanitarian effort of noteworthy accomplishment.
William “Bill” Stevenson, business and marketing, ’84, will receive the Coyote Spirit Award, which honors an individual who has gone above and beyond to help advance the mission of CSUSB as a dedicated volunteer.
Three university-wide awards – Distinguished Alumni, Emerging Leader and Coyote Spirit – will be presented, as well as the Paw Print Awards, which honor esteemed alumni from each of the university’s five colleges.
The three university-wide awards are Distinguished Alumni, Rising Star/Emerging Leader, and Coyote Spirit. The college-linked awards are called the Paw Print Awards. The deadline to submit a nomination is Sunday, May 7, at 11:59 p.m