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Center for Global Innovation, Faculty in the News
February 21, 2024

Zachary Powell (criminal justice) was interviewed for a segment on the Louisville, Ky., police department beginning the work of reforming its policing practices, and Lisa Looney (child development) cowrote a chapter on a newly published book on teaching.

Cameron Williams (15’ BS, kinesiology) is now a police detective with the Ontario Police Department. Jan. 9 is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
January 9, 2024

Ontario Police Detective Cameron Williams, a CSUSB alumnus, credits the college education he received as being an important factor in gaining life experience and success in his career. Jan. 9 is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

CSBS building, Faculty in the News
October 17, 2023

Faculty in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice were in the news or published new studies: Brian Levin (emeritus) participated in an Ethnic Media Services briefing on how the Israel-Hamas war is influencing domestic hate incidents, Nerea Marteache was part of a team that published a study on perspective bias in the use of videos recording police-citizen encounters, and Zachary Powell published a study on law enforcement officers’ use of body-worn cameras and civilian complaints of police misconduct.

Shannon Dicus in front of the CSUSB letters
September 7, 2023

San Bernardino County Sheriff and CSUSB alumnus Shannon Dicus credits his college education for his success.

San Bernardino County Sheriff Shannon Dicus
April 25, 2023

With nearly a 40-year career in law enforcement, San Bernardino County Sheriff and CSUSB alumnus Shannon Dicus credits his college education for not only helping to develop his leadership skills, but also a better, more well-rounded understanding of life.

Michael Nguyen, a former faculty member in the Department of Health Science and Human Ecology, rings the bell at the Peace Garden on the Day of Remembrance, Dec. 2.
December 5, 2022

The annual Day of Remembrance memorial honored the 14 people, including the five College of Natural Science alumni, who were among the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health employees killed on Dec. 2, 2015.

Faculty in the News
July 25, 2022

Barbara Sirotnik (supply chain management) is quoted about Inland Empire manufacturing, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discusses the three percenters and boogaloo followers.

College of Natural Science, Faculty in the News
May 10, 2022

Hyunkyoung Oh (kinesiology) has been appointed interim director and CEO of the Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discusses a California auditor’s report about bias and racism found in the state’s law enforcement agencies.

CSBS, Faculty in the News
May 4, 2022

Brian Levin (criminal justice), in separate articles, discussed an incident that New York City police are investigating as a hate crime related to sentiments about the Russia-Ukraine war, and the influence of the controversial Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, which has been associated with right-wing militias and extremist groups.