Graduate nursing student Alura Williams and undergraduate biology student Manuel Madrigal are this year’s College of Natural Sciences’ Outstanding Students.
The Inland Empire Stem Cell Consortium continues its efforts in uniting stem cell biology students and professionals with its return to CSUSB.
Guillermo Escalante (kinesiology) was interviewed for an article about the difference between adduction and abduction, and why that’s important, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed an aspect of the federal trial of the leader of the extremist group, the Oath Keepers.
Mentioned in recent news coverage are Mike Stull (entrepreneurship), Mark T. Clark (political science) Dave Maynard (chemistry and biochemistry), Guillermo Escalante (kinesiology), Carol Hood (physics) Khalil Dajani (computer science and engineering) and Brian Levin (criminal justice).
Lacey Kendall (communication studies) is part of the initiative, the Black Church Media Project, assisting historic houses of worship, and a newly published study co-authored by Bree Putman (biology) is highlighted in an article about citizen science.
Bree Putman (biology) talked about the importance of citizen participation in the City Nature Challenge 2020, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed on right-wing extremists using the uncertainty and fear surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic to recruit to their ranks.
The effort to document the inland region's flora and fauna is being organized by Bree Putman, CSUSB assistant professor of biology.
Chad Sweeney (English) wrote about writers participating in open mic-nights to share their work, and Stuart Sumida (biology) was interviewed about his consulting work on films like “Jurassic World.”
Brian Levin (criminal justice) comments on the latest federal hate crime report and the film, “Jojo Rabbit,” and Guy Hepp (anthropology) will participate in the San Bernardino County Museum’s “Science Spooktacular.”