Anthony Donatelli, BA, communication studies ’15, is being recognized for his creativity and impact in the spheres of broadcast journalism, digital media and mass communication.
Quoted in recent news articles or publishing research are Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts emerita) and Brian Levin (criminal justice emeritus); Eugene H. Wong, Kevin P. Rosales and Lisa Looney (child development); Edna Martinez (associate vice president and administrator in charge of the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus) co-authored a study with Sharon Velarde Pierce (CSUSB public administration); and Jonathan Jay Dubois (anthropology).
The exhibition by Alexander Dixon will run from Nov. 27 to Dec. 2, featuring a series of interactive glass artworks centered around perception and reality. A reception is scheduled for Nov. 30, from 4-6 p.m.
The 42 students representing a cross-section of academic disciplines, presented their research at the 2023 Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research Conference, “Discover the Possibilities,” which took place Nov. 18 at Cal State Fullerton.
Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) was quoted in an article on how Inland Empire residents are reacting to the war in Gaza, and Brian Levin (criminal justice, emeritus) was interviewed in an article on the rising incidents of hate crimes driven by Islamophobia.
Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts, emerita) is the project director for “Stand Against Hate: A Community and Performing Arts Concert,” which will be presented on Nov. 30 at the San Bernardino Valley College Auditorium.
Carmen Dagostino, coordinator California Indian Languages Programs, Robert Levi Jr. elder/culture bearer in-residence, and Carlos Two Bears Gonzales, coordinator of the First Peoples’ Center, were interviewed for a segment on CSUSB’s Native languages programs, and Brian Levin (criminal justice emeritus), was interviewed for separate articles on hate and extremism.
“Away From Keyboard: Practical Applications of Antifascism, Revisited,” which contains repainted banners that once had fascist messaging, is on display at CSUSB’s Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art Nov. 9 to 16.
A first-generation Haitian American, Kristi Papailler, associate professor of theatre arts, loves sharing her experiences with CSUSB students.