Alumna Jean M. Stephens ’91, Global CEO of global firm RSM International Limited, has been named a recipient of a CSUSB Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters.
No matter what path our Coyotes take after graduation, they are prepared to tackle the workforce and excel. One in five CSUSB students with a bachelor’s degree attends graduate or professional schools after graduation.
At CSUSB, Manuel G. Galaviz found a community of educators and peers that encouraged and motivated his intellectual pursuits to help carry him forward in life and his career.
As part of our celebration of Asia Pacific Islander Heritage Month take a look back at an interview with Tony Lo, a bio-premed major and midfielder on the CSUSB Coyotes men’s soccer team, as he talks about his student-athlete experience at the university.
As a result of his education, skills, training and experience, Anthony Donatelli landed a position at CBS Radio at its Inland Empire Station, K-FROG 95.1.
After graduating in spring 2020 with a B.A. in communication studies, Elena Johnson joined several other CSUSB alumnae at NASA, where she works for the storied NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base as a public affairs specialist.
Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) discussed the region’s growing economy during the pandemic, Marc Robinson (history) was interviewed about the upcoming “Route 66 Women” program, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) continued to be a resource for the news media regarding the increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans.
The program, at 11:30 a.m. on March 9 on Zoom, will look at the extraordinary lives of women who overcame gender discrimination and segregation along America’s iconic highway.
CSUSB alumna Alyssa Silva started an educational podcast, called “Educated,” with the goal of gaining more experience for her resume and providing a safe space for students to chat about things happening in their lives.