Carmen Jany (world languages and literatures) was quoted in an article about the work of Ernest Siva (world languages and literatures adjunct) to preserve the Serrano language, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed for an article about the possibility of plaintiffs collecting on the $26 million judgment against the group of white nationalists who organized the deadly 2017 rally in Charlottesville, Va.
The second of two information sessions will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, May 7, for students to learn about the new Criminal Justice Spanish Certificate, which will be launched in fall 2021.
CSUSB will offer a new Criminal Justice Spanish Certificate program for students majoring in criminal justice professions beginning fall 2021, thanks to a U.S. Department of Education’s Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language program grant.
Carmen Jany (world languages and literatures), David Yaghoubian (history), Brian Levin (criminal justice) and Alemayehu G. Mariam (political science, emeritus) were included in news coverage of various topics.
“Democracy in the Americas and Immigration” will take place April 19 and 20 at the John M. Pfau Library, room PL 5005. The event is free and open to the public.
The 12th annual Latin American Studies Conference: Study of the Americas at CSUSB explored a variety of issues ranging from democracy, immigration, culture to identity concerning Latinos and indigenous peoples in the U.S.
The CSUSB College of Arts and Letters Faculty Colloquium featured three faculty members: Carmen Jany, professor of Spanish; Annie Buckley, professor of art; and Nicholas Bratcher, assistant professor of music.