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Faculty in the News
May 10, 2021

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.

Cal State San Bernardino is working with the Federal Communications Commission to build awareness of the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program.
May 10, 2021

CSUSB is working with the FCC to promote the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, which will help households struggling to pay for internet service during the pandemic. The program launched  May 12.

Filming on location for "Song from the Uproar," a 70-minute film that features 10 CSUSB opera students who tell the story of the life of early 20th century feminist, nomad and novelist Isabelle Eberhardt.
May 10, 2021

CSUSB’s Opera Theatre will release the full-length theatrical motion picture “Song from the Uproar,” by Grammy-nominated Missy Mazzoli, on Thursday, May 20, which features 10 CSUSB students who tell the story of the life of early 20th century feminist, nomad and novelist Isabelle Eberhardt.

Faculty in the News
May 7, 2021

The Brian Levin (criminal justice) continues to be interviewed by the news media about the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism’s latest report that showed a continuing surge in hate crimes targeting Asian Americans.

Faculty in the News
May 6, 2021

Brian Levin (criminal justice) continues to be interviewed by the news media about the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism’s latest report that showed a continuing surge in hate crimes targeting Asian Americans.

Faculty in the News
May 5, 2021

Eric Vogelsang (sociology) co-authored a paper on what social determinants motivate people to get the shingles vaccine, Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote the second part of his four-part series, “Is Life a Solo Journey?” and Brian Levin (criminal justice) continues to speak on the continuing surge of hate crimes against Asian Americans.

Faculty in the News
May 4, 2021

Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) discussed the state of the region’s economy, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in an article about an act of kindness for a victim of an anti-Asian hate crime.

Faculty in the News
May 3, 2021

David Yaghoubian (history) was interviewed about the latest developments regarding the  multi-national nuclear agreement with Iran, Scott Catlett (adjunct, public administration) was featured by a community new site, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) continued to be a resource for news media on the rise anti-Asian hate crimes as well as news on extremist groups.

Faculty in the News
April 30, 2021

Meredith Conroy (political science) joined FiveThirtyEight staff and contributors on a live analysis of President Joe Biden’s address to Congress on April 28, David Yaghoubian (history) commented on the impact of economic sanction on Iran, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) continued to be a resource for media reporting on the increase of hate crimes against Asian Americans.