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Inland entrepreneurship report to be released
IE Business Daily
March 24, 2023

The Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship will present its second annual State of Entrepreneurship report next week. The event is scheduled to be held from 5-7 p.m. March 30 at TopGolf in Ontario, 1050 N. Archibald Ave.

“Entrepreneurship is vital for the economic success of the Inland Empire,” said Mike Stull, director of the entrepreneurship center, which is part of the Jack H. Brown College of Business & Public Administration at Cal State San Bernardino, in the statement. “Opening one’s own business is a way that residents of this region can reach the higher-income levels and autonomy that upper-level professional careers offer.”

Antisemitic incidents reach new high in U.S., Anti-Defamation League says
The New York Times
March 23, 2023

The number of antisemitic incidents in the United States last year was the highest since the Anti-Defamation League began keeping track in 1979, the Jewish advocacy group announced on Thursday. “We’re in a new era for antisemitism,” said Brian Levin, the director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, which monitors hate crimes in American cities. “We’re now seeing Jews becoming a default target.”

Mr. Levin’s organization, which is unaffiliated with the A.D.L., released its own report on Tuesday revealing that religion-based hate crimes in select major American cities rose 27 percent last year, with a majority of incidents targeting Jews. Hate crimes against Jewish people made up 78 percent of the religion-based crimes tracked by Mr. Levin’s organization, and the number rose by more than a quarter from the previous year.

Apathy as a Within-Person Mediator of Depressive Symptoms and Cognition in Parkinson's Disease: Longitudinal Mediation Analyses
The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry

Jacob D. Jones (psychology) was a member of a research team that examined underlying factors related to greater depressive symptoms that are associated with worse cognitive functions in individuals with Parkinson’s disease. The abstract reads, “This study examined the role of apathy as a within- and between-person mediator for the longitudinal relationships between depression severity and cognitive functioning in patients with early PD.”

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