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Management professor receives highest recognition in field
High Desert Daily
July 15, 2020
Cal State San Bernardino management professor Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro was recently inducted into the Fellows Group in the prestigious Academy of Management for making significant contributions to the science and practice of management.
Coyle-Shapiro, who joined CSUSB’s Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration full-time this past academic year, becomes one of just over 200 fellows worldwide to the academy, which is the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars.
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CSUSB professor co-authors article, ‘White Democrats are wary of big ideas to address racial inequality’
July 14, 2020
Meredith Conroy, CSUSB associate professor of political science, and Perry Bacon Jr., FiveThirtyEight senior writer, co-wrote an article that examined white Democrats’ attitudes on broader ideas to address racial inequality.
They wrote, in part, “In polling both before and even since Floyd’s death, white Democrats have been fairly opposed to giving reparations to the descendants of enslaved people, an idea supported by a clear majority of Black Democrats. And on a wide range of other policy ideas intended to address racial inequality, white Democrats are fairly tentative. (Republicans are much more opposed to all these policies across the board, which is why we’re focusing on white Democrats here.)
“To look at these differences more closely, we focused on areas of American life where there is documented racial inequality. We then searched for polling on those issues. Our aim was to find the most recent polling available, in part to see whether views on major issues had changed in the wake of Floyd’s death, but for many issues, we had to rely on older polling, conducted before Floyd was killed. We found results in four major areas: income inequality, education, housing and the workplace.”
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CSUSB conversations on policing continues
July 16, 2020
Conversations broke wide open since the Black revolution was televised, spurring change and raising the debate a few notches on something that has resonated worldwide – police brutality.
“In Germany, Thailand, Rome, Vietnam, they are chanting Black Lives Matter in the streets. It’s pretty remarkable,” said Dr. Mary Texeira, a professor of sociology at California State University San Bernardino.
The CSUSB “Conversations on Race and Policing” series began after the officer-involved killing of George Floyd. Zoom meetings are weekly, and planned to continue indefinitely held Wednesdays at 4 p.m. The panel discussions were organized by Texeira, along with history department faculty members Marc Robinson, Jeremy Murray and Pfau Library staff member Robie Madrigal.
Annika Anderson, assistant professor of sociology, also was quoted in the article.
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CSUSB professor writes, ‘A message to parents: don’t squander your inheritance’
July 13, 2020
Anthony Silard, a CSUSB public administration professor and an award-winning scholar, author and international consultant, wrote an article for the website’s blog: “If many of us were blowing our inheritance well before the pandemic, are we recouping it now? How is enforced social isolation changing us, if at all? For some, the pandemic is a giant monster, trampling on essential freedoms. For others, it’s a giant reset button.”
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