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May 12, 2022

The bilingual teaching symposium for educators, focused on infusing Afro-Latinx content into K-12 teaching, will take place from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. on Thursday, May 24, in-person and virtually.

 

College of Education, Faculty in the News
April 25, 2022

Mildred Dalton Hampton-Henry (emerita, education) has published her memoirs, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on the rise of hate crimes in Los Angeles, and the research of Danny Sosa Aguilar (anthropology) was featured.

College of Education, Faculty in the News
April 20, 2022

Mildred Dalton Hampton-Henry (education, emeritus) was featured in an article about what makes a good education, and Nancy Acevedo (education) is one of 40 instructors nationwide who will participate in a project to research and test how digital software can help close student equity gaps.

Jack H. Brown Hall, Faculty in the News
March 23, 2022

Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote that our fear of missing out through social media may actually make us miss out on real, in-person social connections, and Nena Torrez (education) spoke at a CSU Board of Trustees meeting on a program that paid university executives after they departed.

the Office of Community Engagement’s Community Collaboration Celebration
March 7, 2022

Community partners June and Ernest Siva, and CSUSB faculty members Enrique Murillo Jr. and Alexandra Cavallaro, were honored for their work at the Office of Community Engagement’s Community Collaboration Celebration.

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March 2, 2022

CSUSB’s Office of Community Engagement will host its Community Collaboration Celebration at 9 a.m. Friday, March 4, honoring faculty and community members who have left a lasting impact on the university and the community.

Pfau Library, Faculty in the News
February 24, 2022

Sunny Hyon and Erin Hall (English), Mary Texeira (sociology), Luba Levin-Banchik (political science), Don Woodford (art emeritus) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage.

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May 3, 2022

The two-year master’s preparatory certificate program will provide students with the prerequisite coursework needed to apply to most master’s programs in speech-language pathology and communication sciences and disorders. In addition to the certificate, students can get a minor in speech-language pathology. The deadline to apply to the program for fall 2022 admission is June 15.

College of Education, Faculty in the News
February 18, 2022

Nancy Acevedo (education) was interviewed about “The Chicana/o/x Dream: Hope, Resistance, and Educational Success,” a book she co-authored, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the sharp increase in hate crimes between 2020 and 2021.