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California State University Trustee Jean Picker Firstenberg visits CSUSB

Jean Picker Firstenberg, a member of the California State University Board of Trustees, visited Cal State San Bernardino on Tuesday, Nov. 27, to meet with university students, faculty, staff and administrators.

Firstenberg was welcomed by Tomás D. Morales, CSUSB president, and met with Shari McMahan, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs; Doug Freer, vice president for Administration and Finance; Ron Fremont, vice president for University Advancement; Robert J. Nava, incoming vice president for University Advancement; and Sam Sudhakar, vice president for Information and Technology Services.
 
Her itinerary at CSUSB included a tour of the campus that included visits to the Obershaw DEN Food Pantry, the Robert and Frances Fullerton Art Museum, the CSUSB Cybersecurity Center and the Performing Arts Center.
 
After lunch with student leaders, she met with the Faculty Senate Executive Committee and the Staff Council.
 
Photos by Robert A. Whitehead/CSUSB and the Obershaw DEN/CSUSB Office of Community Engagement





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