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CSUSB: Kinesiology professor named interim director of honor society
Redlands-Loma Linda Patch
May 10, 2022

Hyunkyoung Oh, a professor of kinesiology at Cal State San Bernardino and the faculty director of the Center for International Studies & Programs, has been appointed as the interim director and chief executive officer of Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars.

Phi Beta Delta is recognized worldwide as the premier international education honor society and is the first honor society in the United States dedicated to recognizing individuals who have demonstrated scholarly achievement in the areas of international education and exchange.

Read the complete article at “California State University San Bernardino: Kinesiology professor named interim director of honor society.”


CSUSB professor comments on state audit that found bias among law enforcement agencies
The New York Times
May 10, 2022

Brian Levin, director of CSUSB’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, was interviewed for an article about the findings of a blistering state audit of law enforcement agencies that found bias among officers at five agencies, and determined the departments had not done enough to prevent it.

The auditor found multiple examples of troubling behavior that included social media posts and conversations between officers that mocked transgender people, women, Latinos, Black people and immigrants.

“We are getting a disturbing picture of something we’ve been seeing routinely across the country,” said Levin. The findings, he said, illustrate that discrimination can, and often does, come from more than “just the stereotypical Southern Klan sheriff.”

Read the complete article at “What’s next after California’s scathing police audit?


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