North Coast Current

Shop Hansen Surfboards

Local college executives see more room for women in higher-ed leadership

California State University San Marcos President Karen Haynes retired in June after more than 15 years leading the institution. (CSUSM photo)

Lauren J. Mapp

June 28, 2019

California State University San Marcos President Karen Haynes retired in June after five decades of working in higher education. Among her accomplishments over the years, she cites being able to lead two universities as a president. Haynes said this is a rarity in both the number of years served and for a woman to work in two presidential roles in academia.

Palliative care institute at CSU San Marcos adds Shiley to its name

Philanthropist Darlene Marcos Shiley raises her paddle during Cal State San Marcos’ annual fundraising gala on June 8. At the event, Shiley announced that she has donated $2.6 million to the CSU Institute for Palliative Care. (CSUSM photo by Andrew Reed)

North Coast Current

June 13, 2019

A key California State University institute based at Cal State San Marcos has added prominent San Diego philanthropist Darlene Marcos Shiley to its name after a significant donation. The renamed Shiley CSU Institute for Palliative Care became official this month in recognition of Shiley’s $2.6 million gift.

News online for Encinitas, Calif.
csu