Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed for an article about law enforcement and mainstream media not fully explaining the extreme right’s terrorism, and Jennifer Alford (geography and environmental studies) spoke at a recent Save Our Water Roundtable on campus.
The university hosted the Save Our Water Roundtable on Sept. 19 where regional partnerships and collaboration were highlighted as the Inland Empire and the state continue to find ways to use and conserve water.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker, member of the Colville Confederated Tribes, and local tribal representatives will share their strategies that promote a more balanced approach to protecting and sustaining environmental resources. The virtual panel will take place on Zoom Tuesday, March 1, at noon.
This spring semester, CSUSB introduced Latin American Studies 2000, its first-ever introductory and interdisciplinary course on the study of Latin America, which draws on the expertise of five different faculty members from across campus.