Sonia Otte, MSPA founding program director, Daniel MacDonald, associate professor and chair of the economics department, and Brian Levin, director of CSUSB’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, were each interviewed in their area of expertise.
Daniel MacDonald (economics) weighed in on affordable housing in Chino, Brian Levin (criminal justice) wrote an opinion column on the extremist group, the Proud Boys, and Teresa A. Velásquez (anthropology), Lisa Looney (psychology) and Eugene Wong (child development) had their research published.
Keith Brockie (adjunct, art) is the 2022 California League of Schools’ State High School Educator of the Year, Daniel MacDonald (economics) discusses the rise in mortgage interest rates, Brian Levin (criminal justice) comments on a sentencing in the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, and Darren Goodman (adjunct, criminal justice) is named chief of the San Bernardino Police Department.
Eric Nilsson (economics, emeritus) was interviewed for an article about the growing community opposition to mega-warehouse projects, especially those planned near homes and schools.
The work of Enrique Murillo Jr. (education), Daniel MacDonald and Yasemin Dildar (economics), Kevin Grisham (geography and enviornmental studies) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) is highlighted by news media.
The study by Daniel MacDonald and Yasemin Dildar, assistant professors of economics, suggests that housing is also a social justice issue.
The expertise David Yaghoubian (history), Brian Levin (criminal justice) and a study by Daniel MacDonald and Yasemin Dildar (economics) were highlighted by news media over the weekend.
The California State University has approved the master plans for CSUSB and its Palm Desert Campus, setting the stage for developing both campus sites as the university seeks to serve the growing population of the Inland Empire and Coachella Valley.
The results of a recent economic impact study produced for the Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau found that a fully utilized CSUSB Palm Desert Campus with 8,000 students will contribute greatly to the local economy in many ways.