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CSU Bakersfield President's Monthly Campus Update


In this, our annual ovation issue, we proudly share with the campus and greater Bakersfield community a few of the accomplishments and post-CSUB plans of our graduating students. With the solid, quality education they have received at CSUB, many have been accepted to doctoral and master's degree programs. Others have accepted offers of employment. Still others will intern or engage in research. We applaud our faculty who are advancing, cheer our staff who have achieved milestones in their careers at CSUB, and thank our community for its invaluable contribution to the success of our University.

Health Professionals Share Degree Paths
In the April Update, I shared with you information about the UCLA/Kern Medical Center Academic and Community Medical Conference held over a three-day period here at CSUB. Mark your calendars for a return conference in April 2012. Among the presenters in a variety of excellent workshops, including "Bakersfield IS the Big Time," were physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and healthcare specialists who attended local schools, continued on to professional schools, and returned as medical professionals to serve the Bakersfield community. I want to acknowledge and thank each of them for taking the time to share their paths to their degrees with the 400 local high school students who attended the conference:

William F. Baker, Jr., MD, FACP; Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Medical Director and Primary Consultant, California clinical Thrombosis Center; Foothill High School; University of California, Irvine College of Medicine;

Richard "Chip" Casteen, DDS; Center for Implant Dentistry, Capital Dental Group; Highland High School; University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Dentistry;

Rocky Chavez, MD; Resident, Department of Family Medicine, KMC; Bakersfield High School; University of California, San Diego School of Medicine;

Antonio "Tony" L. Garcia, MD, FACOG; Program Director, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, KMC; Arvin High School; UC San Diego School of Medicine;

Ryan Gates, PHARM. D.; Residency Program Director and Senior Clinical Pharmacist at Kern Medical Center; Highland High School; University of the Pacific School of Pharmacy;

Jill Johnson, Operating Scrub Technician; Liberty High School;

Augustine "Augie" Munoz, MD; Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Vice-Chair, Department of Medicine and Director of Pulmonary Medicine, KMC; East Bakersfield High School; Bakersfield College; UC Davis School of Medicine;

Eric Santerre, Supervising Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Kern Medical Center; West High School; Vista High School; CSU Bakersfield.

Beautiful Bakersfield Award Acknowledges CSUB's Engineering Degree
The Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce's Beautiful Bakersfield Awards recognizes businesses, organizations, and individuals who work to enhance the quality of life and image of Bakersfield. CSUB had three nominations in two categories. The Bakersfield Jazz Festival was nominated in the Arts-Group category. In the Education category were Hoopfest, an outreach of our Physical Education and Kinesiology Department to foster youth, and Julio Blanco, Dean of the School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering, for the Computer Engineering degree. The Beautiful Bakersfield Awards presented its Crystal Camelia to Dr. Blanco in recognition of the impact of the first four-year engineering degree to be offered in Bakersfield which will begin this fall. Please join me in thanking and congratulating Dr. Blanco on the award, Dr. Doug Davis for his contributions to enhancing the quality of life through music, and Kris Grappendorf, lecturer in Physical Education and Kinesiology, for connecting our student-athletes with local foster youth. Each of these is a win for our campus and a win for our community.

Honorary Degree Call for Nominations
I am calling for nominations for the honorary doctorate degree to be awarded by the CSU Board of Trustees (BOT) and CSU Bakersfield at Spring commencement in 2012. Upon approval of the BOT, each CSU campus may recommend and award two honorary degrees each year. An honorary doctorate degree may be awarded to individuals whose achievements and/or service exemplify the highest ideals of the CSU. There is no restriction on the nominee's field of endeavor or geographic residence.

I invite faculty, staff, students, alumni, members of the CSUB Foundation Board, the President's Community Advisory Council, and friends of the University to submit to the Office of the President:

  1. a signed letter providing reasons for the recommendation, referencing the selection criteria, and specifying the degree to be awarded; and
  2. a copy of the candidate's resume, curriculum vitae, or biography with a history of accomplishments and contributions.

Once nominations are submitted, the process is confidential. Our campus honorary degree process is available at http://president.csub.edu/fil_files/130.pdf. Please note that the CSU discourages letters of support, as such solicitations "could place the Board, the system, and the campus in a difficult position if the nomination were not approved."

It is the policy of the CSU that honorary degrees are not awarded to previous recipients of honorary degrees awarded by the CSU, or to incumbent elected officials, members of the CSU Board of Trustees, the CSU chancellor, or campus presidents. For the complete CSU guidelines as well as a listing of past honorary degree recipients, please visit http://www.calstate.edu/honorarydegrees.

Kindly submit your nominations in writing by October 3. Should you have questions, please contact Evelyn Young, Executive Assistant to the President, at 654-2241 or eyoung3@csub.edu.

CSUB Students Pursue Advanced Degrees
Please join me in congratulating our graduating students, exemplified below, who are continuing on to graduate school to earn advanced degrees.

Students Accepted to Doctoral Programs
Chemistry major Aldo Amaya has been accepted to the University of Illinois, Chicago's Ph.D. program in behavioral neuroscience.

Alejandro Castañeda will enroll at UC Davis's Ph.D. program in immunology. He took second place in the Student Research Poster Competition for graduate students in biological and agricultural sciences. Carl Kloock, associate professor of biology, was his faculty mentor.

Madeline Codecido has been accepted into the 5-year PsyD program at Antioch University in Santa Barbara.

Hawk Honors student Joseph Ely, master of social work, summa cum laude, Alpha Kappa Delta, Alpha Chi Honor Society, will begin doctoral work in depth psychology at the Pacifica Graduate Institute in the fall.

Former two-term ASi president Dan Gianoutsos (MPA 2006) has earned his Ph.D. in higher education administration at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Dan has accepted a position as Dean of the First Year Experience at UNLV.

Christopher Gutierrez, class of 2010, has accepted an offer for full funding in the Ph.D. program in computer science at Purdue University, a major research institution known for pioneering discoveries in technology and computer science.

CSUB graduate William "Billy" Hull has completed his Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction at Texas Tech as well as his juris doctorate at Texas Tech.

With a $25,000 annual five-year scholarship plus tuition in hand, Vianey Leos is headed to Iowa State University of Science and Technology where she will pursue a Ph.D. in statistics. Vianey took first place in the CSUB Student Research Poster Competition, undergraduates, in the physical and mathematical sciences category. Her faculty sponsor was Eduardo Montoya, assistant professor of mathematics.

Melissa Marchand, mathematics major and Hawk Honors student, has accepted Florida State University's invitation to its Ph.D. program in applied and computational mathematics. She is the recipient of a 5-year $14,000 scholarship plus tuition. Melissa and Kevin Velado took first place in the physical and mathematical sciences Student Research Poster Competition, undergraduate, oral presentation. Charles Lam, associate professor of mathematics, was their faculty sponsor.

Business major Matthew Mason has been accepted to the University of Kentucky College of Law in Lexington.

The University of Massachusetts, Amherst will welcome Jocelyn Morgan to its Ph.D. program in industrial engineering and operations research. She has been awarded a five-year $22,000 annual scholarship plus tuition.

Psychology major Renee Penalver, Hawk Honors Program, Alpha Chi Honor Society, McNair Scholar, President's Scholarship, Student Research Scholar, Chancellor's Doctoral Incentive Program, Outstanding Graduating Senior in Psychology, has been admitted to the University of Texas at El Paso's Ph.D. program in cognitive psychology.

H. Maurice Pittman, Jr., master of science student in school counseling and student affairs, has been admitted to Idaho State University's doctoral program in counselor education and counseling.

Student-athlete Nickolaus "Nick" Shannon exchanges the baseball field for the legal field as he pursues a juris doctorate at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego. The sports management student of the year, Nick has been awarded the Dean's Scholarship at Thomas Jefferson Law School.

Students Accepted into Master's Programs
Amanda Cebell, psychology major (business minor), Hawk Honors Program, Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology, will enter CSUB's MBA Program in the fall in human resources.

Simmie Chehal will attend graduate school at UC San Diego.

English major Kevin Chidgey has been accepted into the master of fine arts program in creative writing at CSU Long Beach. Kevin also won first place in the Stafford Betty Creative Writing Awards for fiction this spring.

English major Jonathan DeWitt, who received his B.A. in English from CSUB in 2008, has been accepted into the master of arts program in English at San Francisco State University.

Hawk Honors student Alejandro Gonzalez, psychology major, cum laude, Psi Chi Honor Society, will pursue a dual master's degree in school psychology and school counseling at Fresno Pacific University.

Gina Gonzales will attend graduate school at Purdue University.

Recipient of scholarships from the Skeet Varner Foundation, CSU Bakersfield Hispanic Excellence Scholarship Fund, and CSUB GEAR UP program, sociology major Vianney Gonzalez completed her undergraduate work in just three years and will enter CSUB's master of science in counseling program with a concentration in school counseling.

Jon Goodell will come to CSUB as a master of science student in the fall. He has received a $5,000 Africa Array scholarship for the last two years.

Danielle Semays Green becomes the third CSUB student to receive the Public Relations Student Society of America's National Gold Key Award. The honor is bestowed upon a select number graduating seniors across the United States who have held leadership roles in their PRSSA chapters and maintained a gpa of 3.4 or higher in their majors. Danielle will enter CSU Bakersfield's master's in public administration program this fall.

Outstanding student in theater Danvir Singh Grewal will enter UC San Diego's master of fine arts program in acting. He is the recipient of the Dean's Award for Outstanding Arts Project.

Criminal justice major Jimeice Henry has been accepted at CSUB where she will pursue a master's in public administration.

Stanley Hensley, Outstanding Senior in Geology, Keck Geology Consortium Summer Research Program, has received full funding to attend the master of science program at Texas Tech. He will travel to Scotland to study structure/petrology of Paleozoic rocks.

Business Administration major Jacqueline Mamauag, Mimi Deeth's Scholarship, Outstanding Performance and Sportsmanship in the Intercollegiate Student Human Resource Management Competition, has been accepted into CSUB's MBA program.

Theater major Michael Mejia is headed to the New York University Tisch School of the Arts in Singapore where he will pursue a master of fine arts in dramatic writing. He has been awarded a $19,000 scholarship by the school.

Hawk Honors student Sadie Neri, psychology major, will begin graduate studies at Fresno State University in the educational specialist in school psychology program preparing for a career as a school psychologist.

Angelica Orozco, sociology major, Alpha Kappa Delta Honor Society, has been accepted into the master of social work program at CSUB.

Dahna Leigh Rasmussen, sociology major, Hawk Honors Program, Betty B. Albright Award, has been admitted to the master's in sociology program at CSUB.

Andres Sanchez, sociology major, Hawk Honors student, will attend CSUB's graduate program in sociology this fall in the teacher's track.

With offers from New Mexico State University, San Francisco State, and San Diego State, Stacy Teeters, Chancellor's Doctoral Incentive Program, has chosen to pursue a master's in social psychology at San Diego State. Stacy took first place in the Undergraduate Session 10 at the 2011 CSU Statewide Student Research Competition.

Luis Thompson, business administration major (concentration in management), Hawk Honors Program, cum laude graduate, will begin CSUB's MBA program in the fall.

Stefany Truesdell will travel down the freeway to CSU Long Beach where she will pursue a master's in religious studies.

English major Aaron Yniguez has been accepted into the master of science program in speech pathology at Idaho State University.

Credential Program
Araceli Arroyo, art major, has been admitted to CSUB's teacher credential program.

Student-athlete Samuel Barnhart, PEAK major (teacher prep), Hawk Honors Program, four-year member of the CSUB Intercollegiate Wrestling Team, 2009 Pac-10 All Academic Honorable Mention, four-year SAAC member, will be attending Sacramento State University's teacher credential program in the fall.

Mireya Burgos will pursue a teaching credential at the University of LaVerne

Hawk Honors student Sergio Chipres, special education major, Alpha Chi Honor Society, has been accepted into CSUB's special education graduate program for the fall.

The special education program at CSUB has admitted child and family services major Sandra Yvette Garcia.

Kelliann Gellnick has been admitted to CSUB's teacher credential program.

Maxwell Holland, winner of the 2009 Li'i Pearl Outstanding Student Award in English, has been admitted to the single subject teaching credential program at CSUB.

Cristina Ishii, child and family services major, has been accepted to CSUB's special education credential program.

Four-time recipient of the CSUB Hispanic Excellence Scholarship Fund, Griselda Lucatero will enter CSUB's teacher credential program. She also was awarded the Horatio Alger Scholarship.

Tim Seaman will enter CSUB's single subject credential program in physical education.

Internships, Research, Study Abroad, and Careers
Jasmine Bassilious has earned a master's in education focused on special education. The recipient of the Teacher Growth Scholarship from CSUB and the Teacher Scholarship from the Retired Teachers' Association, she is working as a resource specialist.

Jeremy Clark took second place in the CSUB Student Research Competition Poster Competition in physical and mathematical sciences. His faculty mentor was David Saiki, assistant professor of chemistry.

Grossmont College in El Cajon has hired Chris Davis as its Director of Gameday Entertainment where he will direct all activities related to fan entertainment. Chris transferred to CSUB from Grossmont.

Brock Genter took first place in the Student Research Poster Competition, undergraduate, in biological and agricultural sciences, and second place in the oral presentation. His faculty mentor was Todd McBride, professor and department chair, biology.

Dillon Giblin took second place in the Student Research Poster Competition, undergraduate, oral presentation, physical and mathematical sciences. Yangsuk Ko, associate professor mathematics, was his faculty mentor.

Nursing graduate Sylvia Rashelle Gonzalez, Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society, has been hired to work in the Intensive Care Unit at Mercy Hospital. Sylvia received the following scholarships while at CSUB: Catherine McCauley (Sisters of Mercy) Society Scholarship; Oncology Nursing Society Scholarship; American Association of California Nurse Leaders - Kern Chapter Scholarship; John and Reba Memorial Scholarship.

Business administration major Jeff Harandi has accepted employment with Target as an executive team leader.

Gary Henley currently works for Occidental Petroleum as a geologic technician. He completed a demanding master of science program while working full time and finished what will be an influential piece of research for his master of science thesis titled "Late Miocene Uplift at Wheeler Ridge, Kern County, California." Gary's thesis was a great example of a "town and gown" collaboration of data and expertise between Occidental Petroleum and CSUB.

Dirk Horn took first place in the Student Research Poster Competition in behavioral and social sciences.

Dan McCuan, Graduate Research Assistant for the past two years on a grant from the National Science Foundation Geophysics Program, has finished his master of science thesis titled "Late Pleistocene Geomagnetic Field Recorded in Sediments from the Depocenter of Pluvial Lake Chewaucan, Lake County, OR." Dan will immediately start as a professional geophysicist with Occidental Petroleum.

Nursing graduate Melanie McNeish has accepted an offer to work in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit at San Joaquin Community Hospital.

Walter Morales has received a $4,000 grant, plus housing and a stipend to conduct research at CSU Channel Islands this summer.

Hawk Honors student Monica Munn, nursing major, president of her nursing class, member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society and Alpha Chi Honor Society, recipient of the Florence Nightingale Scholarship from the Association of California Nurse Leaders, will begin working as a registered nurse in San Joaquin Hospital's Nurse Residency Versant Program in July.

Cristina Rico will participate in the Summer Research Initiative program of the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Ricco Reynolds took first place at the Student Research Competition, undergraduates, in biological and agricultural sciences. Todd McBride was his faculty mentor.

Hawk Honors student David Paul Rudd, business administration major, CSUB Outstanding Student in Marketing, has been hired as a director at the Jameson Ranch Camps and Retreats.

Laura Sarris, nursing major, magna cum laude, Hawk Honors Program, Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society, has accepted a position in maternal health at Kern Medical Center.

William Scully, nursing major, member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society and Alpha Chi Honor Society, has been hired as an RN in the Mercy Southwest Emergency Room this fall.

Antonio Vargas and Aldo Amaya took second place in the Student Research Poster Competition in behavioral and social sciences.

Kathleen Valenzuela, business administration major (concentration in accounting), Hawk Honors student, Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society, and Les Watts Memorial Scholarship winner, will apply to local accounting firms at the end of 2012.

Kevin Velado received a first place award in the poster competition for the category of mathematics and statistics at the Emerging Researchers National Conference in Washington, D.C. He took first place with Melissa Marchand at the Student Research Poster Competition. Charles Lam was their faculty mentor.

Alisa Villalobos graduated magna cum laude in the multiple subject teacher credential program. She will be teaching 7th and 8th grade mathematics at Yermo School in the Silver Valley Unified School District in San Bernardino County.

Ciuping Wang took first place in the Student Research Poster Competition for graduate students in behavioral and social sciences.

Hawk Honors student Paul Wilson, liberal studies major, Foresters Scholarship, will complete Phase 3 of the Multiple Subjects Credentialing Program at CSUB.

Student-Athletes Drafted into the Major League
In CSUB baseball's short three-year history, seven of our student-athletes have been drafted into the major leagues. This includes the foursome below who were drafted in Major League Baseball's First Year Player Draft earlier this month.

Ryan McIntyre was chosen by the Florida Marlins in a 12th round pick. He ranks 29th in triples in NCAA Division I, led the 'Runners in stolen bases, and tied the school record in triples.

The Boston Redsox took Mike McCarthy in the 14th round. He ranks 12th in walks allowed per nine innings, 12th in ERA, and 14th in strikeouts in NCAA Division I. Mike holds the school record for most strikeouts in a game, handed the Fresno State Bulldogs their only scoreless game in the 2011 season, and held UCLA to only two hits.

Selected in the 16th round, Jeremy Rodriguez will play for the San Diego Padres. Jeremy leads the 'Runners in walks, tied the record for most walks in a game with three against Ohio State, and is second in hitting.

The Chicago White Sox picked Martin Medina in the 20th round. The College Baseball Hall of Fame announced Martin as one of 25 finalists for the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award.

Outstanding Students of our Four Schools
School of Arts and Humanities
Katherine Cooksey, art; Danielle Semays, communications; Rebekah Kearn, English; Robert Frank II, history; Sylvia Alvarez, music; Brandon Bentle, philosophy; Tyler Vido, religious studies; Daphne Bohan, Spanish; Danvir Singh Grewal, theatre

Awards: Kimberly Jackson, Outstanding Humanities Paper; Joseph Cooper, Outstanding Arts Project (sculpture); Danvir Singh Grewal, Outstanding Arts Project (theatre); Michael McKeehan, Clio Award in History; Tyler Vido, Charles Kegley Award in Philosophy & Religious Studies; Fine Arts Merit Award Scholar Graduates: Katherine Cooksey, art; and David Ortiz, music.

School of Business and Public Administration
Undergraduate: Anil Kumar, accounting; Gary Fehdrau, Jr., finance; Khoshhal Ahadi, economics; Stephanie Martinez, environmental resource management; Julissa Percolla, management; Zachary Sceales, general business; Robert Hartsock, Jr., management information systems; David Rudd, marketing; Nikolaus Shannon, sports management; Esmerelda Martinez, human resources; Siri Ved Kaur Khalsa, public administration

Graduate: Jared Crabtree, MBA; Mary Bonilla, MPA; Tracy Bertagnole, MSA-HCM

School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Undergraduate: Brock Genter, biology; Arianna Celis, chemistry; Edgar Buenrostro, computer science; Stanley Hensley, geology; Melissa Marchand, mathematics; Brian Schaad, nursing; Gonzalo Heredia, physics; Raeanne Quaresma, Outstanding Undergraduate Paper, faculty sponsor, Todd McBride

Graduate: John Hash, biology, faculty sponsor, Paul Smith, associate professor of biology; Sean Davis, mathematics, faculty sponsor, Joe Fiedler, professor of mathematics; Stephanie Shishido, Outstanding Graduate Paper, faculty sponsor Todd McBride

Awards: MARC U*STAR - Stephen Muchinyi, Chemistry; Melissa Marchand, Mathematics; Robert Noyce Scholarship - Derek Lotz and Doroteo Rivera;

School of Social Sciences and Education
Undergraduate: Angelica Paredes, Child, Adolescent and Family Studies; Donna Ghosn, Criminal Justice; Evelia Rodriquez, Liberal Studies; Kasie Muro, PEAK Physical Education; Samantha Shelton, PEAK Exercise Science; Rebecca Rodeen, Political Science; Renee Penalver, Psychology; Elizabeth Acosta, Sociology

Credential: Yasimen Hashem, Multiple Subject; Cassandra Hyman, Education Specialist; Gina Martinez, Single Subject; Terzino Gaeta, Pupil Personnel Services

Graduate - Master of Arts in Education: Lorena Aguilar-Negrette, Bilingual/Multicultural Education; Schelly Thompson, Curriculum and Instruction; Kristianna Serrano, Educational Administration; Katie Johnson, Reading/Literacy; Anna Chamberlin, Special Education;

Graduate -- Master of Science: Jessika Mata, Counseling, School Counseling; Karen Foy, Counseling, Student Affairs; Laura O'Neal Wells, Counseling Psychology

Awards: Dahna Rasmussen, Betty B. Albright Scholarship in Sociology; Jillian Rice, the Palmbach Award; Rebecca Rodeen, the Thomas Watts Peace Foundation Award.

Outstanding Alumnus: Colleen McCauley, School of Business and Public Administration

Outstanding Students at CSUB - Antelope Valley
Undergraduate: Adam Smith, Psychology
Credential: Cassandra Hyman, Education Specialist

Faculty Tenure and Promotion
It is my pleasure to announce the following tenure and promotion awards, effective fall quarter, 2011:

Promotion to Professor
Andrew Troup, English
Yong Choi, Management / Marketing

Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor
Doreen Anderson-Facile, Sociology
Barbara Bartholomew, English
Debra Jackson, Philosophy and Religious Studies
Kristina LaGue, Teacher Education
Marit MacArthur, English
Maria Rubolino-Gallego, Nursing
Jinping Sun, Public Administration
Debra Wilson, Nursing

Promotion to Student Services Professional/Academic-Related III
Michael Harville, Counseling
Virginia Marks, Counseling

Tenure and Promotion to Associate Librarian
Kristine Holloway
Ying Zhong

Staff Forum Annual Service Awards
The Staff Forum Annual Service Awards recognizes staff employees in all classifications for their years of service. I thank our staff for their continued service and commitment to CSUB.

5 Year Service Award
Rachel Allen, Linda Amour, Raymond Apodaca, Kelsey Bailey, Patrice Baker, Greg Bursett, Michael Chavez, Soraya Coley, Reynaldo Cuesta, Leonides "Don" David, John Dirkse, William Drauker, Fred Dugan, Therese Elmore, Maria Escobedo, James Evans, Robin Flores, Maria Freeze, Christopher Gambioli, Diana Gilreath, Isabel Gonzalez, Rosa Gonzalez, Floyd Goze, Amanda Grombly, Tanae Hammond, Liezell Ilarde, Russell Jackson, Craig Kelsey, My Kha, Debbie LaFebre, Andrea Medina, Jacqueline Mimms, Yvette Morones, Jorge Ortiz, Matias Pascual, Jesus Navarette, Genero Perez, Miguel Piris, Jesse Quintanilla, Maricela Ramirez, Micki Reichle, Peter Rivera, Shelley Ruelas, Marta Ruiz, Adriana Sixtos, Alicia Valenzuela, Marilyn Wise, Erika Zavala

10 Year Service Award
Marina Avalos-Kegley, Sheila Barela, Kristi Chavez, Laurie Davis, Tammy Gomes, Tommy Holiwell, Jr., Monica Ibarra, Carla Johns, Sally Johnson, Duane Jorges, John Kirby, Janis Lopez, Renee McQueen, Karen Mendenhall-Gregory, Suzanne Mueller, Mauricio Palencia, Elizabeth Powers, Stephanie Prielipp, Terri Radney, Lisa Rey, Frank Robinson, Carrie Rockwell, Tanya Snyder, Linda Stone, Steve Watkin, Steve Wilson

15 Year Service Award
Darren Chaney, Victor Cruz, Karen Hurley, Wanda Lacava, Mark Mayes, Duane McQueen, Michael Neal, Sylvia Pino, Dee Dee Rengill, Virginia Munoz, Steve Walsh

20 Year Service Award
Stella Chavez, Jackie Collins, Mark Murie, Aide Zaragoza

25 Year Service Award
Shawn Andres, Cindy Goodmon

30 Year Service Award
Dale Berona, Walter Davis, Rita Gustafson, Robert Martinez, Isabel Rivera

35 Year Service Award
Sylvia Starbuck

University Council
University Council will resume in the fall.

Take time to recreate, refresh, and renew your spirit this summer. I look forward to seeing you around campus or at another upcoming University or community event. Take care.

 
Horace Mitchell, Ph.D.