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Child picks up her RAFFMA art pack
July 29, 2021

RAFFMA partnered with the San Bernardino City Unified School District and Music Changing Lives to distribute 280 free art packs to the community with a target of kids ages 6-13 from underrepresented and/or disadvantaged backgrounds.

Faculty in the News
July 19, 2021

Paloma E. Villegas (sociology), Megan Carol (sociology), Bronson Lim (mathematics), Vipin Gupta (management), Connie McReynolds (education) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) recently shared their expertise in various news media outlets.

Faculty in the News
July 15, 2021

Connie McReynolds (education) talked about the CSUSB Neurofeedback Center’s work after it was awarded a grant, Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote the fourth column in his seven-part series “When You Want to Be Closer Than They Do,” and Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on a case of a 19-year-old facing a hate crime charge lodged against her by a Utah sheriff’s deputy.

Brianna Uhlhorn (left), director of grants and media at Anderson Children's Foundation, presents gift to Connie McReynolds, director of Institute for Research, Assessment & Professional Development, and professor of special education rehabilitation and counseling at CSUSB.
July 14, 2021

CSUSB’s Neurofeedback Center will partner with school districts in the Coachella Valley to provide innovative mental health services to children whose mental well-being has been adversely affected by the global pandemic.

Stacey Fraser, CSUSB professor of music, soprano and the project director.
May 28, 2021

CSUSB has been approved for a grant by the National Endowment for the Arts to support the music department’s “New Frontiers: Multimedia Monodramas,” a project that focuses on aspects of new frontiers, California, diversity, women and the idea of the West.

Faculty in the News
May 21, 2021

Katherine Gray (art) was interviewed on KVCR’s “Lifestyles with Lillian Vasquez,” Jacob Jones (psychology) and Zhaojing Chen (kinesiology) will lead a study on Parkinson’s disease with an NIH grant, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) provided historical context in articles about an assault in Los Angeles that is being investigated as an anti-Semitic hate crime.

Faculty in the News
May 20, 2021

Jacob Jones (psychology) and Zhaojing Chen (kinesiology) will lead a study on Parkinson’s disease with a grant from the NIH, Kevin Grisham (global studies) discusses domestic extremism and the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed for an article about an incident that Los Angeles police are investigating as an anti-Semitic attack.

Zhaojing Chen, assistant professor of kinesiology (left), and Jacob Jones, assistant professor of psychology.
May 13, 2021

The four-year grant will fund a collaboration between CSUSB and scientists from UCLA, UCR, and Loma Linda University Health. Jacob Jones (psychology) will serve as principle investigator, and partner with Zhaojing Chen (kinesiology).

Cal State San Bernardino will offer a new Criminal Justice Spanish Certificate program for students majoring in criminal justice professions beginning with the 2021 fall semester. Information sessions are scheduled for May 3 and May 7 on Zoom.
April 29, 2021

The second of two information sessions will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, May 7, for students to learn about the new Criminal Justice Spanish Certificate, which will be launched in fall 2021.