Luz Elena Ramirez (English) published a critique of the novel, “Montezuma’s Daughter,” Meredith Conroy (political science) collaborated on a paper on why people run for political office, Nerea Marteache (criminal justice) co-wrote a paper on co-production, the involvement of citizens in the production of public services, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about public safety issues possibly arising from protests over Donald Trump’s arraignment in federal court.
Henrietta Nwamu (nursing) and Anna Ya Ni (public administration) collaborated on a paper examining online learning for nursing students, Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) commented on the state of the region’s economy, and Anna Long (entrepreneurship) congratulated CSUSB’s two winning teams in the Sunstone CSU Startup Launch Competition.
Montgomery Van Wart (public administration), Jacob Jones (psychology), Yawen Li, (social work), Zachary Powell (criminal justice) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage.
Stuart Sumida (biology) served as a consultant on a new TV series, “Jane,” Angie Otiniano Verissimo (health science and human ecology) is one of the moderators for a program with activist Angela Davis, and Leslie Amodeo (psychology) led a team of researchers from CSUSB that examined one of two core symptoms associated with autism spectrum disorder.
Tony Coulson (cybersecurity) discussed the dangers of using public cell phone chargers, Kate Liszka (history) was featured in an article about the Wadi el-Hudi Expedition, Mike Kohout (geography) and Jeremy Murray (history) are coordinating a forum on the region’s warehouse industry, and Jason P. Jung (biology) was part of a team that recently published a study on the knuckle-walking Sahelanthropus tchadensis.
Thomas McWeeney (public administration) discussed an upcoming program on school shooter prevention, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on an NFL team owner’s campaign against antisemitism, Jess Nerren (communication studies) was interviewed about her research into disability inclusion, and Mark Agars (psychology) was part of a team that published a study on flexible work schedules for shift workers.
Kelly Campbell (psychology) was interviewed for an article about dealing with stress related to personal finances, Kate Liszka and Kasia Szpakowska (history) are featured in a new mini-series on ancient Egypt, Yunfei Hou (computer science and engineering) is helping to organize a data science summer fellowship, and Leslie R. Amodeo and Dionisio A. Amodeo (psychology) led a team of researchers that published a study on selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), medications that are commonly used by pregnant women.
A paper on U.S.-Mexico border issues by Kimberly Collins (public administration) was cited in an article, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on an arrest of a suspect who shot two Jewish men in Los Angeles, and a paper Pablo Gomez (psychology) cowrote on letter-similarity effects occur in reading braille was published.
Jason F. Reimer (psychology) co-wrote a paper on a tool measuring how people concentrate, Jess Block Nerren (communication studies), Becky Sumbera and Shannon Sparks (education), J. Chad Sweeney (English) will participate in the public reading of a new book on Feb. 2, and Stuart Sumida (biology) reached a milestone as a film consultant.