Stuart Sumida (biology), Brian Levin (criminal justice), Michael Stull (entrepreneurship) and Michael Karp (history) were included in recent news coverage, and research by Leslie R. Amodeo was published.
Palm Desert High School took first place at the event at the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus. It was facilitated and coordinated by Michael Karp, assistant professor of history at the Palm Desert Campus and member of the Board of Directors of the World Affairs Council of the Desert.
Michael Karp (history) is the coordinator of the annual Academic WorldQuest competition at the Palm Desert Campus, and Riguad Joseph (social work) co-wrote a paper that “explored whether license-holding mental health professionals exhibit comfort/discomfort in addressing religion and spirituality (RS) in practice.”
The $50,000 gift by Charles and Priscilla Porter will support the Porter Resource Center, which works to develop a thriving and sustainable history major at the Palm Desert Campus and enhances its reputation as an educational leader in the social science field.
Student Armando Bolaños and history professor Michael Karp attended the World Affairs Councils of America National Conference, which took place on Nov. 17-19 and brought together prominent political leaders, leading journalists, intellectuals and diplomats to discuss our nation’s most pressing issues.
Laura Woodney (physics and astronomy), Ryan Keating (history), Michael Karp (history), Sarah Dunn (kinesiology), Pablo Gomez (psychology), Deirdre Lanesskog (social work), and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were mentioned in recent news coverage.
Scot Zentner (political science), Brian Levin (criminal justice), Michael Karp (history), Michael Salvador (communication studies), Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) and Ezekiel Bonillas (entrepreneurship adjunct) were included in recent news coverage.
The interdisciplinary group of faculty and student scholars is conducting qualitative interviews with local residents to uncover prominent cultural narratives concerning the Salton Sea and its impact.
Thomas Corrigan (communication studies) was interviewed about former NBA player Kwame Brown’s sharp criticism of former players-turned-sports-media-pundits, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was sought out by media on topics related to extremism.