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Egyptology certificate program launched at Cal State San Bernardino
The Sun/ The Press-Enterprise/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/ Redlands Daily Facts
Oct. 4, 2021

Fascinated with ancient Egypt? Cal State San Bernardino now has a certificate for that.

The university’s Department of History is launching a new Egyptology program for undergraduates and the community.

Kate Liszka, the Pamela and Benson Harer Fellow in Egyptology and an associate professor of history at the university, said that students will learn to debate, interpret, research and write history from diverse and incomplete sources.

The certificate will help those interested in ancient Egypt, K-12 teachers who want to incorporate Egypt into their lessons and museum docents, among others, Liszka said.

Read the complete article at “Egyptology certificate program launched at Cal State San Bernardino.”

Director of CSUSB's Nursing Street Medicine Program invited to speak at two virtual conferences
Redlands-Loma Linda Patch
Oct. 4, 2021

Diane Vines, CSUSB nursing faculty member and director of the university's Nursing Street Medicine Program, will speak at the Association of Psychiatric Nurses Annual Conference on Oct. 15, and at the 17th Annual International Street Medicine Symposium on Oct. 21.

Read the complete article at “Director of CSUSB's Nursing Street Medicine Program invited to speak at two virtual conferences.”

CSUSB professor writes on ‘Breaking Addiction to Heal True Connections’
Psychology Today
Oct. 4, 2021

Anthony Silard, CSUSB assistant professor of public administration, wrote the eighth article in his series “Success without Surrender.” This week, he focused on resisting the urge to be controlled by your phone, taking charge because you a bigger than any addiction and direct how you use technology.

He wrote: “If you want to kick any addiction—including one (or many) mediated by your phone or laptop, such as porn, gambling, or seeking Mr. or Ms. Right—the first step is to acknowledge that the object you crave is separate from you.”

Read the complete article at “Breaking Addiction to Heal True Connections.”

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