Jess Block Nerren (communication studies) has been named the first Faculty Inclusion Fellow for Disability, Difference and Accommodation, and research by Timothy Usher (physics) was cited in a trade industry article.
Thomas McWeeney (public administration) discussed an upcoming program on school shooter prevention, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on an NFL team owner’s campaign against antisemitism, Jess Nerren (communication studies) was interviewed about her research into disability inclusion, and Mark Agars (psychology) was part of a team that published a study on flexible work schedules for shift workers.
Through her research, Jess Nerren, full-time lecturer of communication studies, hopes to develop inclusive research practices and work with individuals with autism in developing new critical theories and research methodologies.
Jason F. Reimer (psychology) co-wrote a paper on a tool measuring how people concentrate, Jess Block Nerren (communication studies), Becky Sumbera and Shannon Sparks (education), J. Chad Sweeney (English) will participate in the public reading of a new book on Feb. 2, and Stuart Sumida (biology) reached a milestone as a film consultant.
The book, which includes several CSUSB contributors, explores the scholarly research related to autism inclusion, disability inclusion, disability studies, communication, critical scholarship, education, education reform and educational leadership.
Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote in his blog about using rejection as a stepping stone to developing healthy relationships, Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted about the extremist group Oath Keepers, and Jessica Nerren (public relations) was interviewed about neurodiversity in PR.
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.
Jess Nerren (communication studies), Mike Stull (entrepreneurship), Meredith Conroy (political science) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were featured in recent news coverage.
Jess Block Nerren, full-time lecturer of communication studies, was selected as one of only 50 Kopenhaver Center Fellows nationwide by the AEJMC, an award given to primarily tenure-line faculty.