Daniel MacDonald (economics), Beth Steffel (art), Tony Coulson (cybersecurity) and Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) were included in recent news coverage.
Careers in Law Day was held for CSUSB students, community college transfers and high school students as part of the university’s commitment to offering a pre-law curriculum and support programs as a member of the Cal LAW Pathways program.
The following topics will be discussed: Exploring careers in law, Secrets of Law School – what it is really like to be a law student, internships for law careers, and learning about the law school admission process.
Recent news media coverage highlighted the expertise of Vincent Nestler (information and decision sciences), Stuart Sumida (biology), Montgomery Van Wart (public administration), Katherine Gray (art) and Brian Levin (criminal justice).
The Community Service Officer Program at CSUSB’s University Police Department has served as a pipeline to careers in criminal justice, both as sworn and unsworn personnel. Former community service officers have also pursued careers working closely with law enforcement agencies or have gone on to practice law.
The CSUSB College of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Technology is the sole provider of career and technical educational programs in California.
The open house, which is free, is geared toward students, their families, faculty and counselors. It will be held from 6-8 p.m. Friday at the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration.
“A Career in Editing and Publishing: A Conversation with Professionals from the Diverse Fields of Editing and Publishing,” at noon on Dec. 4 on Zoom.
CSUSB alumnus and founder of OddBalls, Nicholas Akingbemi, has made it his mission to help shape the future of the next generation of service leaders.