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CSUSB: IECE hosts business tradeshow and competition March 10 for 1,200 high school students
IE Business Daily
March 6, 2023

Cal State San Bernardino’s Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE) will host 1,200 high school students from Arizona, California and Oregon as part of the Virtual Enterprise (VE) Regional Tradeshow and Competition on March 10.

The VE program fits perfectly with the university’s programs in entrepreneurship, said Mike Stull, a professor of entrepreneurship and director of the IECE and the CSUSB School of Entrepreneurship.

“By hosting the VE Tradeshow and Competition program here on campus, we want to introduce these amazing budding entrepreneurs to the incredible benefits that higher education can offer in entrepreneurship to help develop new ideas, innovation and efficiency,” said Stull. “Our education programs’ goals are to foster an entrepreneurial mindset and philosophy of ‘Think Like An Owner!™’ by developing creative, innovative individuals who can identify local and global problems and create innovative solutions.”

CSUSB and community invited to experience 'Why Women Went West'
Redlands-Loma Linda Patch
March 6, 2023

The Cal State San Bernardino Opera Theatre, in collaboration with the university’s Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art (RAFFMA), will present “Scenes from Why Women Went West” by Pamela Madsen, featuring the Grammy-nominated and winning players of Brightwork newmusic with Stacey Fraser, soprano and CSUSB professor of music.

The performance is free and will be presented at RAFFMA on Thursday, March 9, at 5 p.m.

'FML' – A tale of struggle, self-acceptance and surviving high school
Redlands-Loma Linda Patch
March 6, 2023

CSUSB’s Department of Theatre Arts presents “fml: how Carson McCullers saved my life,” written by Sarah Gubbins and directed by Kristi Papailler, CSUSB assistant professor of theatre arts, opening March 10.

Drug Smuggling Seizures: The Effects of Reporting Consistency and Quality on the Observed Transnational Structure
Journal of Drug Issues

Gisela Bichler (criminal justice) and Ivette Jimenez (Center for Criminal Justice Research assistant) published a study that “explores the extent to which data inclusion decisions might distort the emergent structure of nation-to-nation smuggling networks mapped with aggregate intelligence using United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) incident level seizure data (2010–2016).”

Former U.S. soldier gets 45 years for helping neo-Nazi group in plot to kill troops
NBC News
March 3, 2023

Brian Levin, a terrorism expert at California State University in San Bernardino, was quoted in an article about the sentencing of a former U.S. Army soldier for plotting what prosecutors described as a "murderous ambush" overseas on members of his own troop.

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