Tony Coulson (information and decision sciences), Breanna Putman (biology), Brian Levin (criminal justice), Angela Clark-Louque (education) and Vipin Gupta (management) were included in recent news coverage in areas of their expertise.
A future physician and future doctoral academic researcher have been named CSUSB’s College of Natural Sciences Outstanding Students for 2020-21.
Tomasz Owerkowicz (biology) was interviewed for an article about whether other animals get heart attacks, Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote the third installment of his four-part series, “Is Life a Solo Journey,” David Yaghoubian (history) discussed the Arab-Israeli “normalization” process, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented in an article on how white supremacists use social justice language to promote their bigotry.
No matter what path our Coyotes take after graduation, they are prepared to tackle the workforce and excel. One in five CSUSB students with a bachelor’s degree attends graduate or professional schools after graduation.
As part of our celebration of Asia Pacific Islander Heritage Month take a look back at an interview with Tony Lo, a bio-premed major and midfielder on the CSUSB Coyotes men’s soccer team, as he talks about his student-athlete experience at the university.
He’s a sought-after animation film consultant with a specialty in anatomy who worked on Pixar’s “Soul,” the winner of both the 2021 Academy Award and the 2021 Golden Globe for Best Animated Film.
Stuart Sumida (biology) was interviewed about his work as an animation consultant on some of Hollywood’s blockbuster films, including Academy Award-nominated “Soul,” and Bomi Hwang (Korean Language and Culture) was honored as the university’s Outstanding Lecturer.
Stuart Sumida (biology) was interviewed about his paleontology work and consulting for award-winning animated films, Sally McGill (geological sciences) discussed the latest research on the San Andreas fault, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on proposed legislation to screen out extremists from entering law enforcement and interviewed on the increase in anti-Asian American hate crimes.