News of Carol Hood (physics) being named Outstanding Faculty Advisor for 2020-21 makes the news, Francisca Beer (finance) teamed up with MBA candidate Danny Chung for a column on credit cards for students, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) comments on the Christchurch Call to Action and the spike in anti-Asian hate crimes in Vancouver, B.C.
“The students are my reason for everything at CSUSB and everything I do with everyone else is in some way to give back to help them, help them reach their dreams,” said Carol Hood, recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Advisor award.
Meredith Conroy (political science), Claudia M. Davis (nursing), David Yaghobian (history), Anthony Silard (public administration) and Laura Woodney (physics and astronomy) were included in recent news coverage.
CSUSB students pursuing full-time study in STEM degrees may be eligible for scholarships thanks to recently awarded generous grant of $75,000 from Edison International.
The Murillo Family Observatory, named for philanthropists George and Pauline Murillo, is the only research observatory in the Inland Empire. Pauline Murillo was an elder with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
Laura Woodney (physics and astronomy) discusses the findings of a team she led regarding centaurs, icy bodies flying through space, and David Yaghoubian (history) was interviewed about the Iranian foreign minister’s comments regarding the U.S. presidential election.
Sara Callori, an associate professor of physics, competed on the game show. The episode aired on Oct. 28 on KABC 7 Los Angeles.
Laura Woodney, professor of physics and astronomy, shared the findings at the AAS Division for Planetary Sciences’ 52nd annual meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 28. The meeting, which is being held virtually, began Oct. 26 and runs through Oct. 30.