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President's Agenda......2
President Tomás D. Morales regularly engages with the local community, university partners, legislative representatives and educational leaders worldwide to champion CSUSB and its mission.

CSUSB alumnus earns prestigious scholarship for UCLA medical school......5
As a youth growing up in a neighborhood plagued by drug abuse and gang violence, Alex Soto saw education as a way to succeed and give back to the community to help those less fortunate.

CSUSB names its outstanding faculty for 2017-18 year......6
Four faculty members — Kathie Pelletier, Kathleen Devlin, Gisela M. Bichler and Cherstin Lyon — were each surprised with Outstanding Faculty Awards.

CSUSB alumnus leads the way to success......11
Despite challenging beginnings, Brian McDaniel, a middle school music teacher, was selected as one of the state’s five 2018 Teachers of the Year.

Rebounding Stronger, Together......12
More than two years after the Dec. 2, 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, CSUSB and the city have made impressive strides to rebuild the community. And a reflection of this meaningful collaboration is seen in the arrowhead naturally etched into the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, which has been a symbol of the city and its people for generations — a landmark that embodies the strength of working together.

Coyote Care: CSUSB serves the community during National Volunteer Week.......35
Hundreds of Coyotes gathered on a Saturday morning in April to help make a difference in the community for the sixth annual Coyote Cares Day.

A nursing student's impactful journey to Thailand......37
Bianca Castro’s passionate drive to give back led her to help abused elephants at a rescue and rehabilitation center in Thailand.

Publication Date

Spring 2018


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CSUSB Magazine (Spring 2018)