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JHBC, Faculty in the News
April 17, 2024

Montgomery Van Wart (public administration), Cary Barber (history) and Miranda McIntyre (psychology) collaborated on a study that examined the likelihood of another U.S. civil war; Jim Estes (finance) offered tips on how to select the least expensive auto liability insurance; Brian Levin (criminal justice, emeritus) was interviewed by news media about incidents of antisemitism, racism and bias against the LGBTQ community; and Barbara Flores (education, emeritus) commented on a state Assembly bill that would mandate that reading instruction be aligned with the “science of reading.”

University Hall, Faculty in the News
April 12, 2024

Jess Block Nerren (communication studies) was interviewed about The Cognitive Collective on campus, Mahmood Nikbakhtzadeh (health science and human ecology) will be a guest speaker at a meeting of the ACS San Gorgonio chapter, and Mark Agars (psychology) coauthored a study about supporting workers with chronic illnesses.

Center for Global Innovation, Faculty in the News
March 29, 2024

Guy Hepp (anthropology) wrote a guest column about a table-top role-playing game he developed to teach a graduate-level class, “The Archaeology of the Senses,” and Brian Levin (criminal justice, emeritus) discussed the increase in hate crimes against the Jewish community.

Over 250 presentations and art exhibits will be featured at the Meeting of the Minds Student Research Symposium on April 11.
March 29, 2024

The 13th annual Meeting of the Minds Student Research Symposium will shine a light on the research and creative accomplishments of CSUSB students and alumni on April 11 from 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

CSBS, Faculty in the News
March 15, 2024

Joanne Whitlock (aerospace studies/Air Force ROTC) was featured in a short article for Womxn’s History Month, Ahlam Muhtaseb (media studies) participated in a panel discussion about tackling Islamophobia, and Brian Levin (criminal justice, emeritus) was quoted in an article about rising hate crimes against Latinos.

Murillo Family Observatory
March 15, 2024

The Murillo Family Observatory will host a First Light celebration on Tuesday, March 19, to mark the installation of telescopes at the facility. The observatory, named for philanthropists George and Pauline Murillo, is the only research observatory in the Inland Empire. Pauline Murillo was an elder with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

art sculpture
March 8, 2024

Katherine Gray (art) returns for season four as resident evaluator in Netflix’s “Blown Away,” Brian Levin (criminal justice, emeritus) commented on the role of politicians’ rhetoric and the increase in hate crimes against Latinos, Yawen Li (social work) was interviewed for an article about body image, and Justin Schneider (nursing) was part of a research team that examined barriers faced by transgender individuals.

College of Natural Sciences’ students, Jacob Baker and Karina Ramirez, display Coyote Pride while on a research expedition to the Antarctica.
February 29, 2024

CSUSB’s College of Natural Sciences’ Department of Geological Sciences recently enabled a research expedition for a faculty member and two students to travel to Antarctica to study the East Antarctic Ice Sheet.

Center for Global Innovation, Faculty in the News
February 21, 2024

Zachary Powell (criminal justice) was interviewed for a segment on the Louisville, Ky., police department beginning the work of reforming its policing practices, and Lisa Looney (child development) cowrote a chapter on a newly published book on teaching.