Arianna Huhn (anthropology) was interviewed in an article about the Anthropology Museum’s celebration of Afro-Oaxacan culture, Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in articles about the latest FBI hate crime report, and Gisela Bichler (criminal justice) was part of a team that published a study on network structures that could aid in law enforcement interdiction of covert networks.
Stuart Sumida (biology) discussed his work consulting with movie studios to translate the realistic and precise movements and behaviors of animals onto the big screen, and Arianna Huhn (anthropology) was interviewed about last weekend’s Anthropology Museum celebration of Oaxaca’s Afro-Mexican heritage and history at the Garcia Center for the Arts.
As Pan-African Student Success Center interim coordinator, Roryana Bowman uses her leadership skills to connect with students, focusing on their well-being and success as they tap into the center’s many services.
The CSU’s Super Sunday initiative focuses on the importance of higher education, especially for Black and African Americans as CSU officials, such as CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales, visit Black and African American churches around California.
The 10th annual Pioneer Breakfast celebrated those individuals who exemplify the best of CSUSB, and honored students who were recipients of scholarships from the Black Faculty, Staff and Students Association.
The two-day event at the Garcia Center for the Arts in San Bernardino was first of a series leading up to the Cal State San Bernardino Anthropology Museum’s September 2023 exhibition, Afróntalo.
As CSUSB’s chief academic officer, A. Rafik Mohamed works to help the university’s entire teaching corps excel, with the overall goal of helping students define their own future.
Nena Torrez (education) was interviewed for a segment on the Project Impact initiative to increase the number of K-12 male teachers of color, and Annika Anderson (sociology) discussed the work of Project Rebound, which assists the formerly incarcerated enroll at CSUSB and obtain their college degrees.
The CSU’s Super Sunday, set for Feb. 26, is an initiative that focuses on the importance of higher education. African American congregations across California will receive presentations from California State University officials.