The history of the Civil Rights movement in San Bernardino will be the focus of a presentation at the city’s Feldheym Central Library, 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11.
Jodie Ullman (psychology) receives a lifetime achievement award from the Western Psychological Association, Marc Robinson (history) is one of 10 scholars named as a member of the 2022 class of Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders, Valérie Morgan (world languages and literatures) is CSUSB’s 2021-22 Outstanding Lecture, Arianna Huhn (anthropology) talks about the upcoming symposium on “Developing Afro-Latinx Infused Curriculum,” and Treasure Ortiz (public administration) is one of seven candidates running for mayor of San Bernardino.
Marc Robinson is one of 10 scholars named as a member of the 2022 class of Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders, which supports junior faculty whose research focuses on contemporary American history, politics, culture, and society, and who are committed to the creation of an inclusive campus community for underrepresented students and scholars.
Marc Robinson (history) discussed the “Bridges that Carried Us Over” community history project documenting Black history in the Inland Empire.
The contributions, in the form of historical photos, can be brought to one of two events in the coming weeks where photos and will be scanned.
Marc Robinson (history), Lesley Leighton (music), Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts), David Yaghoubian (history) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage.
“Building Bridges: Panel Discussion of Black History in the IE,” featuring guest speakers Wilmer Amina Carter, Cheryl Brown, John Coleman and Carolyn Daniels, will take place on Zoom from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29.
The John M. Pfau Library will work with Jennifer Tilton, professor of race and ethnic studies at the University of Redlands, to reinvigorate the “Bridges that Carried Us Over” project, which documents the presence and contributions of the African American community in the Inland Empire.