Tony Coulson (cybersecurity) discussed the dangers of using public cell phone chargers, Kate Liszka (history) was featured in an article about the Wadi el-Hudi Expedition, Mike Kohout (geography) and Jeremy Murray (history) are coordinating a forum on the region’s warehouse industry, and Jason P. Jung (biology) was part of a team that recently published a study on the knuckle-walking Sahelanthropus tchadensis.
Tony Coulson (information and decision sciences) discussed the need to train more cybersecurity professionals, and Mike Kohout, geography, and Jeremy Murray, history, were each quoted in an article about an upcoming forum focusing on the Inland Empire’s warehouse and logistics industry.
The forum, “Warehouses in the Inland Empire: Struggle for Our Communities,” will take place at noon in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences building, room SB 128, and on Zoom.
When it comes to addressing and providing solutions for transportation issues facing Southern California, Kimberly Collins, professor of public administration and executive director of the Leonard Transportation Center, asks, “How does the public work with the private sector to create solutions?"
Sonia Otte, MSPA founding program director, Daniel MacDonald, associate professor and chair of the economics department, and Brian Levin, director of CSUSB’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, were each interviewed in their area of expertise.
Nasrin Mohabbati is working to improve the current logistics systems in the Inland Empire to meet the growing cargo movement demands.
Meredith Conroy (political science) participated in a FiveThirtyEight politics chat on Donald Trump’s influence on the Republican Party, and Eric Nilsson (economics) was interviewed about a high school logistics course designed by CSUSB and Chaffey College faculty and funded by a grant from Amazon.
The ASCM-APICS Inland Empire Chapter has committed $27,100 to CSUSB to help students who are pursuing a career in supply chain management or manufacturing/operations management.
Eric Nilsson (economics, emeritus) was interviewed for an article about the growing community opposition to mega-warehouse projects, especially those planned near homes and schools.