CSUSB Student Veteran Receives CSU’s Highest Recognition of Success

Sahmae Jackson juggles it all with a 3.821 GPA – she’s a veteran of the United States Army; a single mother with a child with disabilities; a volunteer of her church and the Children’s Cancer Foundation of Loma Linda; a fitness instructor; and a graduate student in the Career and Technical Education master’s program at Cal State San Bernardino.

CSUSB Professor Honored at Leading While Female Conference

Angela Clark-Louque, a professor of educational leadership and technology in the James R. Watson and Judy Rodriguez Watson College of Education at Cal State San Bernardino, will be celebrated as a Leading While Female Icon at the Leading While Female Conference to be held in San Diego April 21-22.