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Gregory Gondwe

Through the CiRIS program, CSUSB has provided an opportunity for faculty to spearhead projects and research that have the potential to profoundly impact both the scientific community and the Inland Empire region.
February 6, 2024

Several faculty members and a graduate student from the College of Arts and Letters and the College of Natural Sciences are among the initial awardees of funding from CSUSB’s new Catalytic Investment on Research and Innovation Seed (CiRIS) program. Their research has the potential to profoundly impact both the scientific community and the Inland Empire region.

Center for Global Innovation, Faculty in the News
July 10, 2023

Gregory Gondwe (communication studies) was interviewed for a podcast about misinformation and disinformation being spread in Sub-Saharan Africa, Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) discussed the state of the region’s economy, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on how recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings have galvanized far-right extremist groups.

Faculty in the News
July 3, 2023

Gregory Gondwe (communication studies) discussed the embedded stereotypes and biases in Generative AI models that put the Global South at a disadvantage, and Angela Allen (director of OLLI) talked about the PDC Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in an article about struggling theaters.

University Hall, Faculty in the News
April 10, 2023

Gregory Gondwe (journalism studies), Mike Stull (entrepreneurship), Hareem Khan (ethnic studies, anthropology), Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage and Pablo Gómez was part of a team that published recent research.

Gregory Gondwe
April 6, 2023

Assistant professor of journalism studies, Gregory Gondwe, will focus on increasing reporting on the Hispanic community, including coverage of new immigrants and their hopes and challenges.

CSUSB Pfau Library, Faculty in the News
July 5, 2022

Gregory Gondwe (communication studies) discussed his research on social media influencers in Sub-Saharan Africa, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in articles related to extremism and hate crimes.

Center for Global Innovation bldg., Faculty in the News
June 2, 2022

Gregory Gondwe (communication studies) is selected to be a visiting scholar at Harvard, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was included in an article about a state task force’s preliminary report looking at reparations for California’s Black residents.

Gregory Gondwe
June 1, 2022

Gregory Gondwe, assistant professor of communication studies, is one of nine selected individuals from across the globe to serve as a visiting scholar at Harvard’s Institute for Social Media Rebooting.