Meredith Conroy (political science) co-wrote a column on why Democrats’ strategy focusing on policy may be short-sighted, and Tony Coulson (information and decision sciences) discussed CSUSB’s Cybersecurity Center being awarded a $3 million National Security Agency grant.
Nicole C. Dabbs (kinesiology) discusses public policy that encourages active lifestyles, Nancy Acevedo (education) wrote about the college choice process of Latinx students and Enrique Murillo Jr. (education) honored with the Campus Compact’s Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award.
The work of Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts), Barbara Sirotnik (statistics and supply chain management) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) are featured by news media.
CSUSB’s John M. Pfau Library will host a talk, “We Carry the Border on our Bodies: Bridging and Maneuvering Immigration Status Barriers in U.S. and Canadian Postsecondary Education,” by Paloma E. Villegas, assistant professor of sociology.
“The House I Live In,” a documentary film that examines the profound human rights implications of U.S. drug policy, will be shown on April 4 at the John M. Pfau Library, PL-5005.
Presented by the Institute for Child Development and Family Relations, Elliott’s talk will take place in the Santos Manuel Student Union Events Center, and complements the Anthropology Museum exhibit “smallasaGIANT,” set to run April 15-June 15.
Elliott, who developed the “Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes” exercise after the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., showed how people can recognize and identify disparities in the ways in which power is assigned and maintained.