The annual conference – which attracts 700-900 students of all disciplines: science, technology, engineering, math, health, social sciences, business, arts, humanities and performing arts – will take place virtually on Nov. 20.
Pablo Gomez (psychology) was interviewed by KESQ TV about his first full year teaching at the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus, and a segment on KVCR about “The Bridges that Carried Us Over” oral history project mentioned the involvement of Marc Robinson (history).
Pablo Gomez (psychology) the first full-time faculty member hired at the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus, talks about his first full year with the university teaching during the pandemic, and an earlier interview with Brian Levin (criminal justice) was cited in an article about an educator accused of a hate crime
Pablo Gomez (psychology), the first-ever full-time faculty member hired at the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus, reflects on his first year as a Coyote, and Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote the sixth column in his series “Success without Surrender.”
Pablo Gomez, the first-ever full-time faculty member hired at the Palm Desert Campus, joined the university in 2020 and began teaching virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brittany Bloodhart, CSUSB assistant professor of psychology, has received a $444,414 grant to work with UC Riverside to reduce gender and sexual harassment in its College of Engineering.
Kelly Campbell (psychology), Brian Levin (criminal justice), Diane Vines (nursing), Tony Coulson (information and decision sciences) and Anthony Silard (public administration) were included in recent news coverage.
A paper co-authored by Donna Garcia (psychology) on the lack of ethnic minorities in ecology and evolutionary biology was cited in an article on methodological naturalism, and testimony before Congress by Tony Coulson (information and decision sciences) was mentioned in an article about the U.S. government hiring more cybersecurity professionals.
Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote about “The Number-One Ingredient to Live a Healthy Life,” and Kelly Campbell (psychology) was quoted in an article, “How to spot 'breadcrumbing' in your relationships, and what to do about it.”