Gregory Gondwe (journalism studies), Mike Stull (entrepreneurship), Hareem Khan (ethnic studies, anthropology), Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage and Pablo Gómez was part of a team that published recent research.
Assistant professor of journalism studies, Gregory Gondwe, will focus on increasing reporting on the Hispanic community, including coverage of new immigrants and their hopes and challenges.
Thomas Corrigan (communication studies) wrote an op-ed column piece in support of a Congressional bill – the Local Journalism Sustainability Act – that could help local newspapers whose reporting staffs have been severely gutted as a result of shrinking ad revenue and corporate consolidation.
The Modern China Lecture Series will host two talks today and Tuesday, both on Zoom. Hong Kong-based journalist Ryan Ho Kirkpatrick will speak at 5:30 p.m. today on the current situation in Hong Kong. Author Rana Mitter will speak at 10 a.m. Tuesday on how World War II shaped a new nationalism in China.
How the news media covers anti-Semitism was the topic of the CSUSB virtual Fourth Annual Rabbi Hillel Cohn Endowed Lecture on the Contemporary Jewish Experience, featuring journalism pioneer and award-winning editorial writer Jane Eisner.
Johnson will discuss the current state of relations between the U.S. and China, which have deteriorated recently, and the role of his profession, journalism, in the ongoing crisis.
Liliana Gallegos (communications studies) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) share their expertise with the news media.
During a program at CSUSB on Oct. 9, photojournalists Nick Ut and Paul Roa discussed their careers, storytelling through journalism, the importance of a free press and the impact that every person can have on their community and the world.
Lowell Bergman will be the featured speaker at a Cal State San Bernardino forum on Wednesday, May 22, where he will receive the Pi Alpha Alpha award for Ethical Leadership.