Thomas McWeeney (public administration) discussed school shooting safety measures at the Zero Tolerance training at the Palm Desert Campus, and Chad Sweeney (creative writing) wrote a column on how writing haiku can help “to restore us, to connect us to our bodies and the world around us.”
Jessica Block Nerren (communication studies) led a team that included CSUSB faculty whose new book on autism-inclusion, education reform and communication, was recently published, Kate Liszka (history) served as a consultant on a new Disney movie, and Michael Stull (entrepreneurship) discussed the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship’s first-ever State of Entrepreneurship Minority Report.
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.”
Chad Sweeney (English), Kelly Campbell (psychology) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in news coverage of various topics.
Chad Sweeney (English) will be one of the featured poets at a Claremont poetry event in July, and the documentary. “1948: Creation & Catastrophe,” co-produced by Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) was the focus in two news articles.
“Little Million Doors: An Elegy” by Chad Sweeney (English) was reviewed by James Benton in the Los Angeles Review.