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Faculty in the News, University Hall
October 15, 2021

Paloma Villegas (sociology) was featured in a review of the anthology, “Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry,” and Annika Anderson (sociology) and Alexandra Cavallaro (English) discussed the Justice Impacted Students Training Series.

Empty classroom. The Justice Impacted Students Training Series was created for the staff and faculty at CSUSB, but organizers are also inviting community partners and the general public to attend and participate in the sessions, as they may interact with, and serve, the same populations.
October 14, 2021

The Justice Impacted Students Training Series, which began Sept. 30, will offer two more sessions on Zoom on Nov. 4 and Nov. 18. It is a joint initiative hosted by Project Rebound, the Center for the Study of Correctional Education, Faculty Center for Excellence, Staff Development Center, and Division of Student Affairs.

The communication studies students from CSUSB and seniors from the university’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute met recently to determine how different and alike the two generations actually are.
October 12, 2021

The event is part of a special studies internship project for CSUSB undergraduate students Ruby Ramos of Fontana, Ana Gonzales-Munoz of Cathedral City and Carolina De La Herran of Indio.

Faculty in the News
October 6, 2021

Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) discussed the latest developments in the demolition of Palestinian homes in East Jerusalem, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in various news media about Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco, who paid a year-long membership with Oath Keepers in 2014, an extremist, anti-government militia organization.

Faculty in the News, CGI building
October 4, 2021

Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) discussed her documentary, “1948: Creation & Catastrophe,” and how it is a primer to help understand the current conflict between Palestine and Israel, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about the leak of data from Epik, a web hosting service favored by the far-right.

Faculty in the News, University Hall
October 1, 2021

Ed Gomez (art) was interviewed about his involvement with the MexiCali Biennial cross-border art exhibition, and Zachary A. Powell (criminal justice) co-authored a recently published study, “Managing courtesy stigma: women and relationships with men in prison.”

Jessica Tomkins (center) the 2019 W. Benson Harer Egyptology Scholar in Residence leads a tour through the ancient Egypt collection at CSUSB’s Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art. The university is launching a certificate in Egyptology.
September 24, 2021

Students taking courses in Egyptology will not only learn about ancient Egyptian history and culture, they will also learn how to debate, interpret, research and write history from diverse and incomplete sources.

A classroom waiting for students.
September 22, 2021

The series, which will offer sessions virtually in Zoom on Sept. 30, Oct. 21, Nov. 4 and Nov. 18, is a joint initiative hosted by Project Rebound, the Center for the Study of Correctional Education, Faculty Center for Excellence, Staff Development Center, and Division of Student Affairs.

Alyssa Silva
September 21, 2021

CSUSB alumna Alyssa Silva started an educational podcast, called “Educated,” with the goal of gaining more experience for her resume and providing a safe space for students to chat about things happening in their lives.