CSULB Alum in Political Science and Sociology featured in Los Angeles Times

This 26-year-old became a small-town California mayor. Then a jet dumped fuel on her snakebit city By ALEJANDRA REYES-VELARDE| FEB. 11, 2020 | 5 AM Elizabeth Alcantar was at work when she began receiving a swarm of Twitter and Google alerts about a jet dumping fuel on her city. She immediately texted her boss and said […]

April 2012

<strong>Douglas Fenstermaker</strong> (BS, 1975, College of Liberal Arts) has been named Vice President of healthcare for Warbird Consulting Partners, a professional services firm based in Atlanta, GA. He was previously the CFO for HealthEast Care System in St. Paul, MN. <strong>William Greenwalt </strong>(BA, 1982, College of Liberal Arts) was named the Aerospace Industries Association’s Vice […]

February 2012

Adriaan van der Capellen (BA, 1977 College of Liberal Arts) was hired as Polycoat Products new Sales & Technical Support Manager, Waterproof Division. Prior to joining Polycoat he held several Technical Sales and Manager positions with Pacific Polymers. Polycoat Products is a leading manufacturer and customer formulator of high performance polyurethanes, polyurea, and polyaspartic coatings […]

January 2012

Jeffrey Mateer (BA, 1983, College of Liberal Arts) was promoted from Product Manager to Sales Director at Apollo Design Technology, Inc. Stephanie J. Bryson (BA, 2011, College of Liberal Arts) was named a Rhodes Scholar, the first for CSULB. She was among 32 Americans chosen by The Rhodes Trust from 830 finalists. Ms. Bryson was […]

December 2011

Dr. Julie Van Camp: Publication and Presentation Dr. Julie Van Camp is a Professor Emerita of the Department of Philosophy. She published “Yes, But Is It Vandalism? Graffiti, Conceptual Criminals, Artists and Free Speech” in the first volume, second issue of Aesthetic Pathways in June 2011. She also presented a commentary on David Hume’s “Of […]

October 2011

John Contreras (BA, 1987, College of Liberal Arts) has joined reQuire, LLC, the largest release tracking company in the country, as its Vice President of Business Development. Prior to joining reQuire, he managed national sales for National Closing Solutions. Brian Oberholzer (BA, 2004, College of Liberal Arts) was appointed as Wordsmith Media, Inc.’s new Investor […]

September 2011

Ricardo Mojarro (BA, 1983, College of Liberal Arts) is the new principal of Park Elementary School in Mill Valley, CA. He was previously the principal at Meadows School in the Millbrae School District. The Honorable Doug Drummond (BA, 1970, College of Liberal Arts) has been appointed by the Mayor of Long Beach to the Long […]

July 2011

The Hon. Doug Drummond (BA, 1970, College of Liberal Arts) has been appointed by the Mayor of Long Beach to the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners. He was with the Long Beach Police Department for over 25 years and was also a former Vice Mayor. He most recently served on the Board of Directors […]

June 2011 — Irv Gamal ’67, ’72 Alumni Profile

Irv Gamal ’67, ’72 BA in Social Science, MA Speech-Communications Interview June 14, 2011 How did you select CSULB? I grew up in Downey, California and had friends who already were students at CSULB. I knew the university had a good reputation and after I visited the campus, I really liked it. Plus it was […]

May 2011

Thomas Butler (BA, 1990, Liberal Studies) was announced as the new Principal of Arroyo Grande High School. Butler is currently the Principal of Paulding Middle School. Juan F. Garza (BA, 1998, College of Liberal Arts, MPA, 2003, College of Health & Human Services) joined Englander Knabe & Allen (EKA) as its new Vice President. Prior […]