Bryan Castillo (geological sciences) was interviewed about whether earthquakes can be predicted, Miranda M. McIntyre (psychology) published research on the subjective characteristics of individual differences in interests, and Joseph Tormey (hospitality management) and Eric Newman (marketing) published a paper on the use of social media marketing to promote the hospitality management program.
Guillermo Escalante (kinesiology) was a guest on a program focusing on professional bodybuilding, and Yunfei Hou, Amir Ghasemkhani (computer science and engineering), Hani Aldirawi (mathematics), Miranda McIntyre (psychology) and Montgomery Van Wart (public administration) collaborated on research about STEM students’ perceptions of online classes.
The CSUSB School of Computer Science and Engineering and its military partners offer learning and job opportunities for STEM majors.
Marc Robinson (history) was interviewed about the Black History Month programs at CSUSB, Fabian Borges (political science) published a paper on social affinities and attitudes on the redistribution of wealth, Sant Khalsa (art, emerita) is presenting an exhibit on the Joshua trees, and an interview with Stuart Sumida (biology) about the Avatar franchise was cited.
Laura Woodney, Carol Hood and Matteo Crismani (physics and astronomy) were mentioned in article about their department’s new name, and Paloma Villegas (sociology) led a team that published a study on the stigma of food insecurity faced by college students in the Inland Empire.
The event gives students the opportunity to develop their presentation and communication skills while showcasing their scholarly achievements.
The new name, Department of Physics and Astronomy, better reflects its rich array of star-studded courses, programs, faculty and resources.
Diane Vines (nursing) was interviewed for a feature on the Cal State San Bernardino Nursing Street Medicine Program going mobile in the Coachella Valley, and Dionisio Amodeo (psychology) was one of the authors of a paper on autism spectrum disorder.
After more than two decades as a truck driver, Jeremy Saavedra decided to go back to school to become a physician assistant because his ultimate passion is helping others.