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CSUSB starts school of entrepreneurship
IE Business Daily
Sept. 14, 2020
California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) has launched a School of Entrepreneurship, the first of its kind on the west coast and one of only 15 worldwide.
The school, which began classes last month, is primarily for students who want to start their own business, said Mike Stull, an entrepreneurship professor at CSUSB and the new school’s director.
“Entrepreneurship is unique, and it’s becoming accepted as an academic discipline,” Stull said. “CNBC reports on it, and it’s being taught in high schools. More and more it’s becoming part of the culture.”
Most business schools have entrepreneurship departments, but any academic department tends to get overrun by academic bureaucracy.
“If you’re a school it’s easier to chart your own course and create your own programs,” said Stull, who predicted enrollment at the entrepreneurship school could reach 500 in five years. “We want this to become a destiny location, for students and for faculty, and we can only do that if we’re independent.”
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KNX Radio (Los Angeles)
Sept. 13, 2020
Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, was interviewed for a segment on the rise of violence tied to the upcoming November election.
Driving the increase is "extremist rhetoric, which is measurable on the internet, as well as bigoted epithets," Levin said. Adding to the mix are foreign disinformation campaigns. "I think we should be concerned if past prologue. But on top of that we have just some strange and divisive and fearful anxiety-producing overlays onto the traditional history."
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