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CSUSB’s Marc Robinson to discuss latest book, ‘Washington State Rising’
Gonzaga University

Marc A. Robinson, (history) will discuss his latest book, “Washington State Rising,” at an event hosted by the Office of Inclusive Excellence and the History Department at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash., beginning at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 1. Robinson’s book documents the origins, actions, and impact of the Black Student Union (BSU) in Washington from 1967 to 1970.

Sociology from a Distance: Remote Interviews and Feminist Methods
Qualitative Sociology

Jamie O’Quinn (sociology) led a team of researchers that recently published an article that considers “the opportunities and challenges of remote interviewing as a feminist method of research, analyzing how remote interviews impact both those who participate in and conduct research.”

Mate preference dissimilarity predicts friendship attraction at zero-acquaintance for men, not women
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

Psychology faculty members Kelly Campbell (currently interim vice provost for academic affairs) and Cari Goetz were part of a team that recently published a paper on test results that “are consistent with Parental Investment Theory and highlight the importance of mate preferences in friendship attraction among men.”

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