Kate Liszka, CSUSB associate professor of history and director of the Wadi el-Hudi Expedition, will present “Operation Amethyst: How Egyptian Kings and Queens got their Bling 4,000 years ago” at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 20 online. It is the first of two talks she will share in the series.
History in the Making: A Journal of History has been awarded third prize in the 2021 Gerald D. Nash History Graduate Journal competition, given by the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society.
Student Armando Bolaños and history professor Michael Karp attended the World Affairs Councils of America National Conference, which took place on Nov. 17-19 and brought together prominent political leaders, leading journalists, intellectuals and diplomats to discuss our nation’s most pressing issues.
Archives that include diaries, videos and artwork chronicling CSUSB campus life during the pandemic, is available online through CSUSB ScholarWorks.
Laura Woodney (physics and astronomy), Ryan Keating (history), Michael Karp (history), Sarah Dunn (kinesiology), Pablo Gomez (psychology), Deirdre Lanesskog (social work), and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were mentioned in recent news coverage.
Brian Levin (criminal justice) comments on the impact of Islamophobic remarks and how it puts Muslims in the U.S. at risk, and David Yaghoubian (history) was interviewed about the latest in talks to revive the multinational agreement regulating Iran’s nuclear program.
James Fenelon (sociology), Bomi Hwang (world languages and literatures) Codi Lazar (geological sciences) and Anthony Silard (public administration) were included in recent news coverage.
David Yaghoubian (history) was interviewed for a segment on the latest regarding U.S.-Iran relations over the 2015 multi-national nuclear agreement, and Thomas Corrigan (communication studies) wrote an op-ed on the “ghost newspapers” of the Inland Empire.
CSUSB history student Alex Espinoza (Chemehuevi), who is a two-time San Manuel Opportunity Scholarship recipient, plans to someday bring his knowledge – and the truth – about U.S. history to his own classroom.