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SBS building, Faculty in the News
March 28, 2022

Leslie Leighton (music) was interviewed about being named the principal guest conductor of the San Bernardino Symphony, Manuel Bustamante Jr. (lecture, criminal justice) was appointed to the Riverside County Superior Court bench, and work by Brian Levin (criminal justice) and the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism was cited in an article about the increase in anti-Asian violence in New York City.

Pfau Library, Faculty in the News
March 21, 2022

Brian Levin (criminal justice) comments on the decision by some law enforcement agencies to opt out of sharing hate crime statistics with the FBI.

IECE logo
November 30, 2021

The State of Entrepreneurship Report will list the challenges and opportunities local entrepreneurs face and obstacles that may slow business growth.

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.”

Faculty in the News
September 8, 2020

Brian Levin (criminal justice) discusses violence tied to left- and right-wing extremists, Kevin Grisham (geography and environmental studies) was interviewed about QAnon’s spread into Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote on the problem on insularity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Faculty in the News
May 28, 2020

Brian Levin (criminal justice) called for close, if uncomfortable, examination of racism’s prevalence to prevent confrontations such as the one that took place in New York City’s Central Park recently.

Faculty in the News
May 27, 2020

Alemayehu G. Mariam (political science, emeritus) wrote a column on Ethiopia’s constitution and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about members of extremist groups mixing in with crowds at protests against COVID-19 public health restrictions

Faculty in the news
May 26, 2020

Protests related to stay-at-home orders that have attracted extremists and fringe elements was the topic of two news interviews with Brian Levin (criminal justice).

faculty in the news
May 18, 2020

Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro (management) discussed overcoming gender barriers in the workplace and Brian Levin (criminal justice) explained why white supremacists resort to code words to mask racist sentiments.