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Entrepreneurship professor receives Golden Apple for excellence in teaching

Entrepreneurship professor receives Golden Apple for excellence in teaching

Last week, Michael Stull, a professor of entrepreneurship and director of the Cal State San Bernardino School of Entrepreneurship and the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship, was named the winner of the university’s 2021-22 Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching.

The surprise announcement came as Stull was meeting with students for the second open pitch session in preparation for the annual CSUSB Innovation Challenge.

“Let me just share with you that I could not be more excited and delighted to share this really special occasion with you guys. Mike Stull is this year’s 2021-22 Golden Apple Award winner,” said Tomás Morales, CSUSB President. “We all know that Mike is an incredible teacher, an incredible innovator. Someone who has a vision not only for Cal State San Bernardino, but for the region.”

The nominating committee wrote that Stull “has demonstrated true distinctiveness in his roles and responsibilities related to teaching. In reviewing Dr. Stull’s curriculum vitae, one can easily feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of his teaching contributions.”

Stull is a two-time CSUSB alumnus (’88 BA business administration, ’89 MBA). He joined the university faculty in 2001 and in addition to serving as the director of the School of Entrepreneurship and the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship, he is also the coordinator of the Master of Science in Entrepreneurship & Innovation program and chairs the CSUSB Department of Management.

Prior to joining CSUSB, Stull served as chair of a professional development program and instructor at the California Small Business Administration Development Center, an instructor with The Right Start and an instructor with the Inland Empire Small Business Development Center.

Along with his two degrees from CSUSB, Stull received an executive doctor of management degree from Case Western Reserve University.

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