A paper on U.S.-Mexico border issues by Kimberly Collins (public administration) was cited in an article, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on an arrest of a suspect who shot two Jewish men in Los Angeles, and a paper Pablo Gomez (psychology) cowrote on letter-similarity effects occur in reading braille was published.
“Borderland Circuitry: Immigration Surveillance in the United States and Beyond,” will be presented by Ana Muñiz, assistant professor of criminology, law, and society at University of California, Irvine, at noon Wednesday, March 16, on Zoom.
“Geographies of Migration and Detention on the U.S.-Mexico Border,” by Kate Swanson of San Diego State, will be presented at 11 a.m. Friday in the Center for Global Innovation building, room CGI-128.
Michael Kohout, a CSUSB professor of geography and environmental studies, has written and lectured on the border economy, social movements and immigration; he has visited, studied and worked along the border on and off for more than 20 years.
Amy van Schagen (psychology); David Yaghoubian (history); and Timothy Usher (physics), Kimberly Cousins (chemistry and biochemistry) and Renwu Zhang (chemistry and biochemistry).
CSUSB’s John M. Pfau Library will host a talk, “We Carry the Border on our Bodies: Bridging and Maneuvering Immigration Status Barriers in U.S. and Canadian Postsecondary Education,” by Paloma E. Villegas, assistant professor of sociology.