The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is proud to welcome new and returning students to the 2012-2013 academic year. Aside from welcoming back all students and faculty, we are pleased to have added few new tenure track faculty to our roster. Drs. Cory Dennis (Social Work), Teresa Velasquez (Anthropology), and Damian Martinez (Criminal Justice) have joined our team of outstanding faculty this Fall. In the college office, Dr. Pamela Schram (Criminal Justice) joins the leadership team as Associate Dean. She replaces Dr. Jean Peacock who served as both Associate and Assistant Dean over the past five years in a superb fashion.
In order to succeed in challenging times, our dedicated faculty and staff need the help and support of our large pool of alumni and friends. We are proud of what we continue to do and we hope that with their support we will be able to do even more in our continued drive toward excellence. The College has established itself as a model for others to imitate. Our retention and graduation rates are at an all-time high. We continue to transform Inland Southern California one graduate at a time. We plan to do so again this coming year.
Jim Bueerman, Criminal Justice & Sociology, 1980, former chief of police in Redlands was appointed president of the Police Foundation Board of Directors