Two community new sites announce that Brian Levin (criminal justice) was appointed to the California Commission on the State of Hate, and David Yagoubian (history) was interviewed for a segment on the latest concerning Iran-U.S. relations.
Levin, founding director of the university’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, is a member of the first cohort of commissioners appointed by Gov. Gavin Newsom to the newly formed panel that will track hate crimes in California and make recommendations to the governor, state Legislature and state agencies on how to fight hate.
Leslie Leighton (music) was interviewed about being named the principal guest conductor of the San Bernardino Symphony, Manuel Bustamante Jr. (lecture, criminal justice) was appointed to the Riverside County Superior Court bench, and work by Brian Levin (criminal justice) and the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism was cited in an article about the increase in anti-Asian violence in New York City.
The appointment of Parastou Feizzaringhalam (English) to associate dean of the College of Arts and Letters makes headlines, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) is interviewed for an article about the extremist movement known as the Boogaloo Boys, members of which are suspected in the killings of two law enforcement officers in 2020.
Parastou Feizzaringhalam, CSUSB English professor, has been appointed associate dean for the university’s College of Arts and Letters. She will officially begin her appointment starting July 1.
Jake Zhu, currently the interim dean for CSUSB’s College of Education, will take on his new role on July 1.
Stuart Sumida (biology), Astrid Sheil (communication studies), Brian Levin (criminal justice), Kelly Campbell (psychology), and Jennifer Alford (geography and environmental studies) make the headlines.
Younglee Kim (nursing), Astrid Sheil, (communication studies) and Tony Coulson (information and decision sciences) were mentioned in news coverage on various topics.