Mark Agars (psychology), Daniel MacDonald (economics), Brian Levin (criminal justice) and Meredith Conroy (political science) were included in news coverage this week.
Mark Agars, professor of psychology, will deliver the keynote address at the Health Assessment and Research for Communities 2022 Workplace Wellness Symposium on Friday, June 24. The gathering will take place virtually.
Nicholas Bratcher (music) directed the first performance of San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra’s Youth Wind Ensemble on June 5, and an article on ancient Timbuktu by Brent D. Singleton (library) was cited in a feature story, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in an article about anti-Asian hate crimes in Chicago.
Brian Levin (criminal justice) was included in various news media’s coverage of the May 14 mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y. Authorities are investigating it as a racially motivated hate crime.
Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) discussed the impact of pandemic-related supply chain issues on the region’s economy, as voiced by area purchasing managers for the monthly report by CSUSB’s Institute of Applied Research.
Using the Taoist idea of being like water, Russell Jeung, co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate and professor of Asian American studies at San Francisco State, says adopting the properties of the element – clarity, humbleness, persistence and restoration – is the most effective way to fight racism.
Brian Levin, criminal justice professor and director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, discussed a recent terrorism bulletin and conspiracy theories, and Marci Daniels, director of Services to Students with Disabilities (SSD) and WorkAbility IV, discussed what CSUSB has done to help students with disabilities during the pandemic.
Two-time CSUSB alumna Joanina Gazcon’s passion for helping the community has not only brought her a fulfilling career, but it has even earned her an invitation to the White House.