The university will host a faculty panel on the use of artificial intelligence apps such as ChatGPT in academia, Sharon Velarde Pierce (public administration) is CSUSB’s 2022-23 Outstanding Faculty Advisor, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was cited in an article on a new book about Chinese laborers brought to the U.S. in the late 1800s.
A panel of CSUSB faculty members from a cross section of academic disciplines will share their insights and perspectives on ChatGPT and its implications for instruction, research and writing.
The presentation showed how CSUSB’s xREAL Lab uses embodied conversational agents in virtual reality to simulate realistic conversations for increasing students’ empathy and engagement.
ATI video production students at CSUSB have produced their first video in a news package series by interviewing an xREAL 3D artist, JC Mariscal.
Shane Burrell got into his dream Ph.D. program for this coming fall: the gaming studies program at the University of Oregon.
For alumnus and adjunct professor Andre Adame, video games have led him on a rewarding academic journey, and he has been accepted to the highly competitive doctoral program at UC Irvine’s School of Informatics.
Out of 250 applicants and as part of the California Pre-Doctoral Program, CSUSB students Nora Nickoel Bianey Ortega and Shane Burrell are among the 77 Sally Casanova California Pre-Doctoral Scholars for 2020-21.
Terri Nelson is one of 25 CSU faculty and staff who were selected for the award, which honors those who have demonstrated extraordinary leadership to advance student success.
Brian Levin (criminal justice), members Monty Van Wart (professor of public administration), Craig Seal (management), Oraib Mango and Bibiana Diaz (world languages and literatures), Sharon Kalkoske (education), and Mihaela Popescu (communication studies) were included in recent news coverage.