Chrystina Smith-Rasshan will work in collaboration with ICDFR director Mark Agars to oversee the multitude of institute programs and activities.
The new program, hosted by Mark Agars, director of CSUSB’s Institute of Child Development and Family Relations, and Casey Leier, director of Research and Evaluation at Health Assessment and Research for Communities, is focused on the how we manage work and life, and how the two intersect.
The weeklong training workshop was put together through a partnership of the university’s Institute for Child Development and Family Relations and the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools. Organizers say it is a model for others to emulate in the effort to reduce the number of suicides.
Mark Agars (psychology), Daniel MacDonald (economics), Brian Levin (criminal justice) and Meredith Conroy (political science) were included in news coverage this week.
Mark Agars, professor of psychology, will deliver the keynote address at the Health Assessment and Research for Communities 2022 Workplace Wellness Symposium on Friday, June 24. The gathering will take place virtually.
Mark Agars, named the university's Outstanding Professor for 2021-22, was praised as having “proven himself to be a superior teacher, and has been widely recognized for his scholarly contributions, which have contributed to the stature of this institution.”
Mark Agars (psychology) discussed communication in the virtual workplace and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about an arson attack at an El Monte church opposed to same-sex marriage and extremists helping to fuel the recall campaign against the governor.
Cal State San Bernardino’s Institute for Child Development and Family Relations (ICDFR) will present “Jane Elliott: Inspiring Activism” at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23. Advance registration is required.
CSUSB will host a grand opening ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 27, for the newly created Faculty Center for Excellence. The ceremony will take place at 9 a.m. in the John M. Pfau Library, PL-4005.