Hispanics on the Move

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Hispanics on the Move


CSU Appoints Morales to Head San Bernardino Campus

The California State University Board of Trustees has named Tomás D. Morales, president of the College of Staten Island, City University of New York (CUNY), as president of California State University-San Bernardino (CSUSB). He is expected to begin his new position as CSUSB president later this summer. Morales became the third president of the College of Staten Island in 2007. He is one of the few higher education administrators in the United States who has held senior administrative positions at the three largest public university systems in the nation: California State University, the State University of New York (SUNT), and CUNY. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from SUNY-New Paite, and a master's and Ph.D. in educational administration and policy studies from SUNY-Albany

Fresno State Hosts California Poet Laureate Herrera

A "soulful cilantro fest" at California State University-Fresno in April showcased the return to campus of Juan Felipe Herrera, sworn in March 26 by California Gov. Jerry Brown as the state's first Latino poet laureate. Herrera, who chaired Fresno State's Department of Chicano and Latin American Studies from 1990 to 2004 before joining the faculty at the University of CaliforniaRiverside, where he holds the Tomás Rivera Chair in Creative Writing, read from new works and unveiled his poet laureate project, "Primavera California." Herrera has published more than two dozen volumes of prose, poetry, plays, childrens books and young adult novels. …

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