Angela Davis discussed a variety of topics at the April 17 event, including feminism, intersectionality, social justice, environmentalism and racism.
Stuart Sumida (biology) is CSUSB’s Golden Apple Award recipient for excellence in teaching, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on Elon Musk’s tweet that the media and “elite college and high schools” are biased against whites and Asians, and Pablo Gómez (psychology) cowrote an article about pseudowords that are created by transposing two letters of words, called “the transposed-letter similarity effect.”
Enrique Murillo Jr. (education) was a guest on the Radio Bilingue program “Linea Abierta,” Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in an essay in The New York Times, and Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) talked about the upcoming 20th Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards.
Amy van Schagen (psychology) was awarded a grant to explore the potential of racial inequity and experiences in racism with the region’s early childhood workforce, and Eric Mulz (theatre arts) talked about student Isabel Peña, who he nominated for a Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival fellowship.
A grant of nearly $168,000 was awarded to the Institute for Child Development and Family Relations at CSUSB to explore potential race inequity and experiences in racism with the early childhood workforce in San Bernardino County.
Meredith Conroy (political science) participated in a liveblog tracking the primary elections that took place on June 14, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about hate crimes and extremism.
Gregory Gondwe (communication studies) is selected to be a visiting scholar at Harvard, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was included in an article about a state task force’s preliminary report looking at reparations for California’s Black residents.