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San Manuel Band of Mission Indians awards California State University, San Bernardino with $25K to support logistics program
Indian Country Today
Sept. 28, 2021
Kimberly Collins, CSUSB professor of public administration, was quoted in an article about the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians awarding the university a $25,000 grant for its Pathways to Logistics program. Pathways prepares high school students in San Bernardino and Riverside counties for careers in managerial and professional positions in the logistics industry.
“We are honored to have the support of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians,” said Collins, who is the executive director of CSUSB’s William and Barbara Leonard Transportation Center (LTC), which oversees the program. “Through their generosity, we will be able to hire California State University San Bernardino student ambassadors and a program manager to move forward on the Pathway to Logistics program goals. These goals were set by a group of community members to make a difference in young people’s lives and impact the future development of the Inland Empire. We truly look forward to working closely with representatives of San Manuel over the next year on the Pathway and thank them for their trust and support.”
Read the complete article at “San Manuel Band of Mission Indians awards California State University, San Bernardino with $25K to support logistics program.”
CSUSB professor’s Congressional testimony cited in article about combatting anti-Asian hate
The Dallas Morning News
Sept. 28, 2021
An article about the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in the Dallas-Fort Worth region fighting back against acts of anti-Asian hate included mention of CSUSB criminal justice professor Brian Levin’s testimony at a U.S. Senate hearing in August.
Levin, director for the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, said a survey that the center conducted of major U.S. metropolitan police departments that showed a 189% increase in anti-Asian hate crimes in the first quarter of 2021 compared with the same period last year.
The article explains that the rise in anti-Asian hate coincided with the coronavirus pandemic of the last 18 months, when the AAPI community was unfairly and erroneously blamed for it.
Read the complete article at “Asian Americans in North Texas mobilize in fight against continued rise in hate incidents.”
CSUSB professor writes on ‘How to Reduce Time Online and Develop Strong Relationships’
Sept. 27, 2021
Anthony Silard, CSUSB assistant professor of public administration, wrote the seventh article in his series “Success without Surrender.” This week, he focused on “How to Reduce Time Online and Develop Strong Relationships.”
He wrote, in part, “The most critical work-life balance challenge of the 21st century relates to a singular goal: to address our need to check our phones from time to time without looking at them all the time. In other words, the goal is to achieve the equivalent of temperate alcohol consumption: to moderate the attention you give to your phone.”
Read the complete article at “How to Reduce Time Online and Develop Strong Relationships.”
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