Vincent Nestler (information and decision sciences) discusses his work with students at the CSUSB Cybersecurity Center, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about the attack on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband and the role extremism and social media may have.
Pablo Gomez (psychology) published a paper on whether the accent mark hinders lexical access, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the impact an Elon Musk-owned Twitter may have on hate speech, and how that may spur on hate crimes.
Gregory Gondwe (communication studies) discussed his research on social media influencers in Sub-Saharan Africa, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in articles related to extremism and hate crimes.
Gregory Gondwe (communication studies) is selected to be a visiting scholar at Harvard, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was included in an article about a state task force’s preliminary report looking at reparations for California’s Black residents.
Gregory Gondwe, assistant professor of communication studies, is one of nine selected individuals from across the globe to serve as a visiting scholar at Harvard’s Institute for Social Media Rebooting.
Brian Levin (criminal justice) was asked to comment for a report card on race relations and on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s viral video to the Russian people countering Vladimir Putin’s false claims about the invasion of Ukraine.
Luba Levin-Banchik (political science) was interviewed for a segment on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote on how social media has divided society.
Nicholas Bratcher, director of bands at CSUSB, has been named director of the San Bernardino Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble, and Anthony Silard associate professor of public administration, released his second article of a three-part series for “The Art of Living Free,” exploring how we’ve become lonely and disconnected from each other.