CSUSB will hold the drill that simulates a major earthquake is hitting the region encouraging students, faculty and staff to – DROP, COVER and HOLD ON.
CSUSB will be joining the annual “Great ShakeOut” earthquake drill on Thursday, Oct.21. Participants will be urged to “drop, cover and hold on.”
Stuart Sumida (biology) was interviewed about his paleontology work and consulting for award-winning animated films, Sally McGill (geological sciences) discussed the latest research on the San Andreas fault, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on proposed legislation to screen out extremists from entering law enforcement and interviewed on the increase in anti-Asian American hate crimes.
CSUSB to participate in ‘Great ShakeOut’ simulated earthquake drill. CSUSB students, faculty & staff urged to “drop, cover & hold on” during drill.
Bryan Castillo (MS, Earth and Environmental Sciences, ’19) was among several geologists, students, researchers, and others who traveled from near and far to investigate the damage wrought by the July 4 and 5 quakes near Ridgecrest.
Sally McGill (geological sciences), James Mulvihill (geography and environmental studies emeritus), Katherine Gray (art), Rishabh Kumar (economics) and Alemayehu G. Mariam (political science emeritus) share their expertise with the news media.
Joan E. Fryxell, a CSUSB geology professor, will lead a hike to the San Andreas Fault on Thursday, Oct. 19. The hike will take place prior to the annual “Great California ShakeOut” simulated earthquake drill at 10:19 a.m.