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How CSUSB is converting from quarters to semestersThe Chronicle of Higher EducationApril 5, 2019 An article that highlighted Cal State San Bernardino’s work to convert from a quarter calendar to a semester calendar included an interview with Tom Provenzano, a professor of theatre arts who directs CSUSB’s quarter-to-semester curriculum committee. Also quoted in article were Grace King, project manager from Academic Resources, and Craig Seal, dean of undergraduate studies. Read the complete article at “‘A triumph of bureaucracy’: How one university is converting from quarters to semesters.”

CSUSB professor shares latest hate crimes study in the U.S. AJC GlobalApril 5, 2019 In recent years, Europe has been rocked by reports of increasing anti-Semitism. But what is happening within our own borders? Brian Levin, director of California State University, San Bernardino’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, joined the AJC Passport podcast to share his latest findings, analyze the trends in hate crimes in the United States, and explore effective responses. Listen to the podcast at “Hate crimes in the U.S. and the battle over the bots.”

CSUSB professor comments on millennial friendship appsThe Daily DotApril 8, 2019 Kelly Campbell, a professor of psychology at California State University, San Bernardino, and a nationally recognized expert on relationships, was quoted in an article by the lifestyle website about the use of relationship apps to create platonic relationships between women. Often, the article stated, “these apps paint friendships with women with a broad, reductive brush, and present a narrow view of women as a monolith.” Said Campbell: “It assumes that all friendships and women are the same and seeking the same types of relationships.” Read the complete article at “Millennial friendship apps have a phony feminist problem.”

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