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Larry Hygh

November 10, 2021

“The Power of Communication in the Community” aims to display the practical aspects of public speaking in careers with NBC4’s Beverly White as the keynote speaker. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 16, from noon to 2 p.m.

Faculty in the News
February 24, 2021

Larry Hygh (communication studies) talks about Black history from a personal perspective, Jing Zhang (management) wrote a research article about support for employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was asked to help fact-check a TV news commentator’s statement about the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill riot.

Larry R. Hygh Jr.
February 4, 2021

When CSUSB started virtual instruction due to the pandemic, Larry R. Hygh Jr., full-time lecturer of communication studies, invited his worldwide network to engage his students in the virtual classroom setting.

Racism illustration
June 17, 2020

The Cal State San Bernardino College of Arts and Letters CAL Talk series returned with "Structural Racism, Civil Disobedience, and the Road to Racial Justice in the Age of COVID-19." Video of the presentation is available on the college's YouTube page.

Faculty panelists during a virtual forum will share their personal and professional experiences with racism and civil disobedience while discussing what they can do to help students navigate this critical moment for racial equality and social justice in America.
June 12, 2020

"Structural Racism, Civil Disobedience, and the Road to Racial Justice in the Age of COVID-19," will take place virtually at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16.

From left, Mike McCurry, who served in the White House from 1995 to 1998 as press secretary to President Bill Clinton, and Kenneth Moton, ABC News anchor and correspondent.
April 21, 2020

CSUSB communication studies faculty member Larry Hygh Jr. developed the speaker series, which includes journalists, CEOs, nonprofit leaders, government officials, a lobbyist, and a fire chief.

Faculty in the news
April 15, 2020

Vincent Nestler (cybersecurity), Mike Chao and Bree Putman (biology), Kaitlyn Creasy (philosophy), Larry Hygh (communication studies) and Mildred D. Henry (education, emerita) were included in recent news coverage.