Paulette Brown-Hinds will spend her fellowship to explore ways to empower smaller newsrooms serving diverse communities in California to use solutions-focused data.
A weekend of ceremonies that honored the hard work and dedication of the Class of 2022. A total of 2,320 undergraduate students and 513 graduate students celebrated at the CSUSB Spring Commencement on May 20 and 21.
More than 2,830 students are expected to participate in the CSUSB 2022 Spring Commencement, the university’s first live spring commencement since 2019, in four separate ceremonies May 20-21 at the Toyota Arena in Ontario.
CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales gave a speech at the Santos Manuel Student Union North grand opening; Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed why the Aryan Nations Knights chose Arizona and commented on the increase of anti-Russian attacks; and Agustin Ramirez (VSC) commented on CSUSB being named a Military Friendly School.
Paulette Brown-Hinds, who is the founder of Voice Media Ventures and a second-generation publisher of the Black Voice News, earned a BA in English literature from CSUSB.
More than 500 people – students, faculty, staff, administrators, dignitaries and members of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians – attended the grand opening on March 17.
Santos Manuel is revered by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians as a visionary man who arose in their darkest hour through extraordinary leadership, ensuring the survival of their ancestors and tribe.
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.
CSUSB has announced Reginald and René Webb, of Webb Family Enterprises, as recipients of Honorary Doctors of Humane Letters degrees.