Quoted in recent news articles or publishing research are Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts emerita) and Brian Levin (criminal justice emeritus); Eugene H. Wong, Kevin P. Rosales and Lisa Looney (child development); Edna Martinez (associate vice president and administrator in charge of the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus) co-authored a study with Sharon Velarde Pierce (CSUSB public administration); and Jonathan Jay Dubois (anthropology).
The Holmes Scholars Program supports racially and ethnically diverse students pursuing graduate degrees in education to be future faculty in institutions of higher education. The goal of the program is to provide mentorship, peer support and professional development opportunities to scholars.
“Innovative Practices in Education,” presented by CSUSB’s James R. Watson and Judy Rodriguez Watson College of Education, is the theme of this year’s summit, set for 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Santos Manuel Student Union North. Register for the summit online.
The James R. Watson & Judy Rodriguez Watson College of Education’s Third Annual Doctoral Homecoming Alumni Reception and Mixer on Oct. 28 will feature Erika Tejeda, the Association of California School Administrators’ Principal of the Year and CSUSB alumna (Doctorate in Educational Leadership ’22), as the keynote speaker.
Erika Tejeda’s dedication and commitment to her students were recognized when she was named Principal of the Year by the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) out of more than 4,000 high school principals in California.
The retirement of Brian Levin (criminal justice) as director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism is featured, Alicia Gutierrez-Romine (history) published an article, “Invisible women, invisible abortions, invisible abortions,” and Enrique Murillo Jr. (education) was featured in a short video for Hispanic Heritage Month.
Although “¡Ya Basta! – Enough is Enough!: Education and Violence in the Context of our Schools, Community Safety, and Law-Enforcement,” was a sobering look at the topic, expanding education was seen as a way to counter violence.
The James R. Watson and Judy Rodriguez Watson College of Education at Cal State San Bernardino, in partnership with San Bernardino Valley College, applied – and received – $500,000 funding for the Integrated Bilingual Authorization Program grant from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
Arianna Huhn (anthropology) was mentioned in an article about the Anthropology Museum’s Afróntalo exhibition and a refereed book by Viktor Wang (education) was promoted by the publisher in a video.