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CSUSB continues to be recognized for its entrepreneurial programs
Redlands-Loma Linda Patch
Dec. 1, 2022
California State University, San Bernardino has advanced in the Princeton Review’s 17th annual rankings for top graduate schools for entrepreneurship studies in the U.S. CSUSB has moved from 50th place overall to 44th in the world, and from 15th to 8th in the West. CSUSB is the only California State University campus recognized in the rankings, and one of only five universities in California to make the list.
“Entrepreneurship studies at CSUSB continue to go from strength to strength,” said Mike Stull, professor of entrepreneurship. “We have created an innovative approach to graduate education in both our Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and the MBA program that excels at preparing students to be the future entrepreneurs of our region and beyond. Additionally, we have a robust ecosystem that supports and encourages experiential learning and startup activity. We think and dream big here in the IE.”
How the far right is escaping Biden's attempted crackdown on 'ghost guns'
The Huffington Post
Nov. 30, 2022
Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, was interviewed for an article about ghost guns, firearms without serial numbers or registrations that people can generally buy without a background check.
Levin, who often consults with the federal government in developing strategy, HuffPost that federal law enforcement is aware of the change in extremist activity in recent years, and of the threats against their officers. But, he said, tackling the issue has proved daunting.
“We’ve seen an escalation of threats against government officials of all stripes,” Levin said. “What remains to be seen is how chases turn into charges and trials.”
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