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The Day of Remembrance will be held at 2 p.m. via Zoom in memory of the 14 victims of the 2015 mass shooting, including five College of Natural Sciences alumni.
December 1, 2020

CSUSB’s College of Natural Sciences will hold a Day of Remembrance event at 2 p.m. on Zoom to honor the memories of the individuals – including five alumni – who were killed five years ago during a mass shooting in San Bernardino.

Faculty in the News
November 5, 2020

Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the possibility of post-election political violence and was interviewed about the outcome of the social justice ballot initiatives in California.

Faculty in the News
July 30, 2020

Michael Stull (management), Anthony Silard (public administration) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in news coverage on various topics.

Faculty in the News
June 23, 2020

Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the arrest of a U.S. soldier accused of passing on classified information to a neo-Nazi group, NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace’s effort to ban the confederate flag from car racing events, and the complex landscape of extremist groups, movements and individuals and the threat they pose.

Faculty in the News
June 22, 2020

Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed for articles on the reported threats of violence by extremist groups and an app that can help journalists and researchers identify symbols used by them.

Faculty in the News
June 19, 2020

News media continued to call on Brian Levin (criminal justice) for insight into the extremist "Boogaloo Boys" movement as well as Facebook pulling Trump re-election ads over a symbol tied to Nazism.

Faculty in the News
June 18, 2020

David Yaghoubian (history) was interviewed about the future of the Iran nuclear agreement and Brian Levin (criminal justice) shared his insights into the extremist “Boogaloo” movement.

Faculty in the News
June 12, 2020

Zachary Powell (criminal justice) was asked about the possible impact of defunding on a consent decree aimed at reforming the Chicago Police Department, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the extremist “Boogaloo” movement.

Faculty in the News
June 5, 2020

The expertise of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism was tapped by the news media in its coverage of the demonstrations spurred by the death of George Floyd. Kevin Grisham (assistant director of research/geography and environmental studies) shared his insight on antifa, and Brian Levin (director/criminal justice) discussed the possible role of outside agitators at the protests.