Marc Robinson (history) discussed his forthcoming book, “Washington State Rising: Black Power on Campus,” Pablo Gomez (psychology) published an article he coauthored with CSUSB students on bilingualism, and Yolonda Youngs (geography and environmental studies) will moderate a panel program on the Upper Snake River in Wyoming.
Evangeline “Angie” Fangonil-Gagalang (nursing) has been named to a American Association of Colleges of Nursing fellowship, Jane Chin Davidson (art) will be a guest speaker at an Asian American Women Artists Association art event in San Francisco, and Dionisio A. Amodeo (psychology) led a team of researchers who published a study on restricted, repetitive behaviors.
Dionisio A. Amodeo (psychology) led a group of CSUSB researchers who published a study on the effect of pharmacological activation of the serotonin (5-HT) 1B and 5-HT1A receptors on the behavior of mice, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed in continuing coverage of the FBI’s latest hate crime report.
Tony Coulson (information and decision sciences), Breanna Putman (biology), Brian Levin (criminal justice), Angela Clark-Louque (education) and Vipin Gupta (management) were included in recent news coverage in areas of their expertise.
Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) provided perspective with the news media in separate interviews on the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts) was the judge for an art exhibit in Ontario, and Vipin Gupta (management) was interviewed about his latest book.
Meredith Conroy (political science) was part of a discussion on the U.S. Supreme Court decision to hear a case that challenges Roe v. Wade, Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) was interviewed for an article about the Gaza conflict on social media, and Vipin Gupta (management) talked about the ideas behind his recently published books.
The latest book by Vipin Gupta (business) was reviewed, and Brian Levin (criminal justice), and the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, continued to be a resource in the news media’s coverage of the increase in hate crimes targeting Asian Americans in the aftermath of the March 16 mass shooting in Georgia.