Faculty in the News, Feb. 3
Published February 3, 2020
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Chad Sweeney, CSUSB English professor: ‘Open mic readings show that everyone’s story matters’The Sun/The Press-Enterprise/Redlands Daily Facts/Inland Valley Daily BulletinFeb. 1, 2020 Chad Sweeney, associate professor of English at Cal State San Bernardino, wrote: “I love hosting ‘open-microphone’ readings, attending open mics, reading in them, supporting friends and students who are reading in them, just as much now as when I was first getting started as a young writer. “Open mic readings — in cafes, libraries, bars, galleries, garages and universities — invite anyone and everyone to share their creative writing with the live audience, be they well-published writers, high school students, part-time enthusiasts, war veterans, hair stylists or professors, whether the piece is memorized and performed with flashes of genius or read timidly with shaking hands and eyes glued to the page.” Read the complete article at “Open mic readings show that everyone’s story matters.”
Stuart Sumida, CSUSB biology professor discusses his work as a film consultant on films like ‘Jurassic World’Think (U.K.)Jan. 31, 2020 Think talks with Professor Stuart Sumida, a “Jurassic World” film consultant who works at California State University, San Bernardino. He discusses how artists and scientists work together (or not) to make fun and accurate dinosaur films like “Jurassic World.” Watch the segment at “Paleontologist and Jurassic World film consultant explains how movie dinosaurs are made .”
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