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.
Stuart Sumida (biology) discussed the consulting role he and his wife, Elizabeth Rega, had in Disney’s newest feature film, “Strange World,” Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) commented on the School of Entrepreneurship’s latest ranking, and Jacob. D. Jones (psychology) led a team that published a paper on cognitive impairment among people with Parkinson’s Disease.
Stuart Sumida (biology), Brian Levin (criminal justice), Michael Stull (entrepreneurship) and Michael Karp (history) were included in recent news coverage, and research by Leslie R. Amodeo was published.
Stuart Sumida, a professor of biology, has used his knowledge, background and research in anatomy and paleontology to work as a consultant with filmmakers and animators for most of the major film animation studios, including “Puss in Boots, the Last Wish,” which has been nominated for an Academy Award.
Jessica Block Nerren (communication studies) led a team that included CSUSB faculty whose new book on autism-inclusion, education reform and communication, was recently published, Kate Liszka (history) served as a consultant on a new Disney movie, and Michael Stull (entrepreneurship) discussed the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship’s first-ever State of Entrepreneurship Minority Report.
Kate Liszka, the Benson and Pamela Harer Fellow in Egyptology and associate professor of history, served as the Egyptological consultant for the film that will premiere on Sunday, Sept. 25, on the Disney Channel, and Sept. 30 on Disney+.
Stuart Sumida, professor of biology, will be installed as Society of Vertebrate Paleontology vice president in November and will automatically become the society’s president in November 2024.
Robert Levi Jr., the university’s first Elder/Culture Bearer In-Residence, will serve as a mentor to American Indian students to develop and enhance positive native cultural identities.