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‘Mysteries Decoded’ episode with CSUSB’s Codi Lazar available online
Mysteries Decoded/The CW

Codi Lazar, CSUSB associate professor of geological science, was featured in the episode, “Alien Mountain,” of The CW show, “Mysteries Decoded.

The episode originally aired on The CW and streamed on Paramount+ on July 13 and is now available to view online. Lazar shared his expertise with U.S. Navy veteran turned private investigator Jennifer Marshall and paranormal investigator Heather Taddy.

CSUSB professor interviewed for article about states with the most at-risk youth

Rigaud Joseph, CSUSB associate professor of social work, was featured in the personal finance website’s recent study about states with the most at-risk youth.

At-risk kids: Oregon has highest rate among U.S. states for homeless youth
Herald and News (Klamath Falls, Ore.)
July 12, 2022

An article about Oregon’s homeless youth that focused on WalletHub’s report on at-risk youth quoted Rigaud Joseph, CSUSB associate professor of social work.

How hateful online spaces are creating an environment of extremism
July 11, 2022

Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism and professor of criminal justice at California State University, San Bernardino, was a guest on the show “Air Talk’s” final segment of the day to discuss how online forums and spaces may contribute to cultivate the aesthetics of mass shooters, such as the suspect in the July 4 mass shooting in Highland Park, Ill., and may be an emerging ground for them to spring up from.

Jan. 6: The role of extremist groups, and what happens now?
News Nation
July 12, 2022

Brian Levin, founding director of the Center for Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, was interviewed for an article about the seventh public hearing Tuesday by a Congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack at the U.S. Capitol. Levin commented on the role of right-wing groups in the incident.

An assessment of the upcoming hearing on Trump's connections to the militias
Background Briefing with Ian Masters
July 12, 2022

Before the Congressional hearing investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol took place on July 12, Brian Levin, director of CSUSB’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism discussed with host Ian Masters about what to expect from testimony by the former spokesperson for the Oath Keepers militia.

Biden Mideast trip doubles down on Trump policies, further militarizes region
Institute for Public Accuracy
July 13, 2022

David Yaghoubian, CSUSB professor of history, commented on President Joe Biden’s trip to the Middle East, which he said “seems geared solely towards returning U.S.-Israeli and U.S.-Saudi relations to the Trump-era status quo.”

CSUSB’s Sumida elected vice president to the world's largest organization of paleontologists
Redlands-Loma Linda Patch
July 12, 2022

Stuart Sumida, a Cal State San Bernardino professor of biology and world-renowned paleontologist has been elected vice president of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP), the largest professional organization of paleontologists in the world.

CSUSB faculty, staff and students receive high praise at EDUCAUSE ELI annual meeting
Redlands-Loma Linda Patch
July 12, 2022

Cal State San Bernardino professors Fadi Muheidat (computer sciences), Kristi Papailler (theatre arts) and Wagner Prado (kinesiology) and CSUSB instructional technologist Yutong Liu were accepted to present their work with the university's Extended Reality for Learning (xREAL) Lab with Information Technology Services (ITS) at EDUCAUSE's ELI 2022 Annual Meeting held June 8-10 in San Diego.

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