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A sign held up at a rally protesting anti-Asian hate.
April 19, 2022

Using the Taoist idea of being like water, Russell Jeung, co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate and professor of Asian American studies at San Francisco State, says adopting the properties of the element – clarity, humbleness, persistence and restoration – is the most effective way to fight racism.

Faculty in the News
January 7, 2022

Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) was quoted about the steady growth of inland manufacturing and the inland economy, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed in several outlets about the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol insurrection. 

Faculty in the News
January 6, 2022

In a radio segment about several HBCUs receiving bomb threats, Brian Levin, criminal justice professor and director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, said threats to marginalized populations must be taken especially seriously, and in another segment about political violence, Levin said most of the violence in California comes from a small group of far-right extremists.

Faculty in the News
January 4, 2022

Brian Levin (criminal justice) said the threat of domestic extremism remains, Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote about the role of a common theme in developing new friendships, and Peter Sturgeon and Mike Singer (Palm Desert Campus) were featured in the ‘Men in Philanthropy’ issue of Desert Charities News.

Memorial at the Peace Garden at CSUSB
December 3, 2021

The community on and off campus are remembered those lost in the Dec. 15, 2015, mass shooting at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino. Of the 14 people who died that day, five were graduates of Cal State San Bernardino.

Michael Nguyen rings the bell during the 2019 Day of Remembrance at the university’s Peace Garden
November 23, 2021

Fourteen people died in a mass shooting in San Bernardino on Dec. 2, 2015 – five of them CSUSB alumni – and all will be remembered during a memorial service at the university’s Peace Garden on Thursday, Dec. 2.

Faculty in the News
November 9, 2021

James Fenelon (sociology) discussed the Riverside teacher who mocked Native Americans during her math lesson, saying it “is connected to systemic racism,” and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted about the rise of hate crimes against Catholic churches, and in another article, about how people with weak attachment to extremist views can still turn violent.

Faculty in the News
November 1, 2021

David Yaghoubian (history) commented on the latest sanctions imposed by the U.S. on Iran, Miranda Canseco (RAFFMA) talked about Día De Los Muertos, Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted about the rise of church vandalism, and Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) was quoted about the Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards.

Faculty in the News
October 22, 2021

Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about a far-right group, a civil lawsuit involving the ‘Unite the Right’ rally, and an upcoming tactical event to train Christians in combat; and James Fenelon (sociology) was quoted about a Riverside teacher’s math lesson that mimicked Native Americans.