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CSUSB professor discusses a survey about the gender wage gap
April 5, 2022
In a radio segment, Daniel MacDonald, associate professor and chair of the economics department as CSUSB, discussed a recent Pew survey that took a look at cities across the United States and found that in 22 metropolitan areas, young women are earning at least as much if not more than young men. In part, MacDonald said, “The study certainly leaves out quite a bit, but I do think that one strength of this study is that it does support a growing narrative about the success that women have had in achieving equity in the workplace.”
Listen to the whole segment at KPCC-FM.
CSUSB adjunct professor named first Black police chief in San Bernardino
April 5, 2022
Darren Goodman, adjunct professor of criminal justice at Cal State San Bernardino, has an extensive law enforcement experience of more than 31 years. He previously served as chief of police for 4 years in the city of Upland, where he was also the first Black police chief. Before becoming chief in Upland, he had been with the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department for 27 years.
Read the whole article at "Darren Goodman named first Black police chief in San Bernardino, California."
CSUSB assistant professor works to bridge academia and industry
Redlands-Loma Linda Patch
April 6, 2022
Nasrin Mohabbati, an assistant professor of logistics and supply chain management at Cal State San Bernardino, is focused on transforming the future of logistics and manufacturing in the Inland Empire by developing new research tied to efficient, sustainable and socially responsible strategies.
Mohabbati, who teaches in the Department of Information and Decision Sciences (IDS) at the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, is helping to bridge academia and industry to identify the current and projected workforce requirements to train and mentor students beyond the classroom.
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