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James T. Strong
Acting Associate Dean
Director of Graduate Programs
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Bragg Appointed New Associate Dean
Kaye Bragg describes herself as a “mass-transit person,” meaning she likes
the opportunities to interact with those around her in trains and subways.
It’s a symbolic way of understanding how she has worked with her colleagues
at CSU Bakersfield (CSUB) for the past 18 years as a teacher and
administrator – not in a bubble like a car moving alongside them on a
highway at 65 miles per hour, but working alongside them to mold decisive
action. When she begins her new role as CBAPP’s associate dean later this
month, she will rely on such skills as a key member of the CBAPP team moving
toward AACSB accreditation and as the primary administrator responsible for
both learning assessment and pushing the undergraduate programs forward.
Bragg starts her new role within CBAPP on Aug. 20.
Series: Going Green
Throughout the summer, 10 Questions will be
devoted to the intersections of business, public policy, and the environment.
10 Questions…on PG&E as
a Green Business Leader for Jennifer Zerwer
Providing natural gas and electricity for most of central and northern
California, Pacific Gas & Electric is one of the largest utilities in the
country. Its size and the inherent governing oversight as a utility would
suggest it would be far from a leader in expanding societal norms, yet PG&E is
considered one of a handful of organizations pushing the nation’s environmental
envelope. Here, Jennifer Zerwer of the utility’s environmental team details some
of groundbreaking efforts they are making, how the utility’s uncommon business
model allows them to be so committed to going green, and whether their strides
might rub off on the private sector.
CBAPP and Campus News
Retires from Provost Post
Provost Allen Mori
retired from his position as CSUDH provost, effective July 31. The
announcement was made to the campus community on July 25. Beginning this
month, he will serve as special assistant to the CSU Chancellor, Charles B.
Reed, a position he will hold until he formally retires from the CSU at the
end of the calendar year. Allen has served as provost for four years,
leading the drive to successful WASC accreditation and seeing 126 new
tenure-track faculty and 36 new degrees, concentrations, minors,
credentials, and/or certificates brought to campus under his leadership.
M.B.A. Online Gets CNN.com Endorsement
A recent story on CNNMoney.com dealt with the common challenge many people
face when evaluating graduate-level online programs: How do you know if the
program is legitimate? Of the reported 350 different M.B.A. programs in
cyberspace, CSUDH was positioned as not only a worthy program, but one of
the finest available in the world. The story went on to quote Distance
Learning Program Director Warren Ashley and further hail CSUDH’s programs as
one of the most affordable and robust by GetEducated.com.
Third Annual Alumni Summer Tennis Celebration, Aug. 11
CSU Alumni, Family, and Friends Day at the EastWest Bank Classic Tennis
Tournament at the Home Depot Center will be held on Saturday, Aug. 11 at 7
p.m. The event centers around the semi-finals of the pro women’s tennis
tournament featuring top players including Serena Williams and Maria
Sharapova. The event will also include access to the East VIP Stadium Club
Patio during intermission where refreshments will be served to coincide with
a grand fireworks show. Tickets are $22 and must be purchased by Aug. 1
through the Office of Alumni Relations, 310-243-2237.
the most heralded soccer player in the history of the world, David Beckham
made his debut with the L.A. Galaxy at the Home Depot Center on July 21.
Leading up to his arrival, Beckham brought massive worldwide attention not
only to the sport in the U.S., but to the Home Depot Center, which is
situated adjacent to campus.
Photo courtesy Gary Kuwahara
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