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Black History Month

CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales speaks at the California State University’s 2023 Super Sunday event at the St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in San Bernardino.
February 21, 2024

The California State University’s Super Sunday, set for Feb. 25, is an initiative that focuses on the importance of higher education. Black and African American congregations across California will receive presentations from CSU officials.

Students meeting as part of the African American Coyote Rising session, June 2022.
February 15, 2024

The Jim King Founders Award honors organizations that have supported the Black community. University President Tomás D. Morales will accept the award for CSUSB at San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation’s 31st annual Black Rose Awards gala on Friday, Feb. 23.

Sedrick Spencer
February 13, 2024

Alumnus Sedrick Spencer highlights the importance of higher education and paying it forward.

Walker Beverly
February 12, 2024

Walker Beverly is the founder of Advancing Steps, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping formerly incarcerated individuals reintegrate into society.

Kerry Neal, director of philanthropy at CSUSB, serves as the master of ceremony at the 10th annual Pioneer Breakfast in 2023.
February 9, 2024

The Black Faculty, Staff and Student Association will host the 11th annual Pioneer Breakfast, “A Tapestry of Time: Celebrating Our Enduring Legacy,” on Friday, Feb. 23.

Darren Goodman, chief of the San Bernardino Police Department, is an adjunct faculty member in Cal State San Bernardino’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
February 1, 2024

“After more than 30 years, I still love the profession,” said Darren Goodman, a lecturer in criminal justice and chief of police for the San Bernardino Police Department. “I get to work with some of the most dedicated, honorable and courageous people in the world.”

Black History Month celebration graphic
January 29, 2024

The Black History Month celebration at CSUSB will feature a variety of events that highlight the culture, achievements and contributions of the African American community. This year, the events will focus on the themes galvanize, revere, connect and celebrate.

University Hall, Faculty in the News
March 20, 2023

Arianna Huhn (anthropology) was interviewed in an article about the Anthropology Museum’s celebration of Afro-Oaxacan culture, Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in articles about the latest FBI hate crime report, and Gisela Bichler (criminal justice) was part of a team that published a study on network structures that could aid in law enforcement interdiction of covert networks.

Campus housing, Faculty in the News
March 3, 2023

Stuart Sumida (biology) discussed his work consulting with movie studios to translate the realistic and precise movements and behaviors of animals onto the big screen, and Arianna Huhn (anthropology) was interviewed about last weekend’s Anthropology Museum celebration of Oaxaca’s Afro-Mexican heritage and history at the Garcia Center for the Arts.