Fri, January 25, 2019
Faculty in the News, Jan. 25
NOTE: Faculty, if you are interviewed and quoted by news media, or if your work has been cited, and you have an online link to the article or video, please let us know. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CSUSB nursing students raising money for research trip to South Korea
KESQ (Palm Springs)
Jan. 24, 2019
CSUSB Palm Desert Campus nursing instructor Younglee Kim was interviewed in a segment on a group of Cal State San Bernardino nursing students from the Palm Desert Campus who are looking to improve nursing in South Korea by addressing bullying and incivility in hospitals. The students need some community help in order to travel there, and have started an online Gofundme campaign.
The nursing students are working together as they practice checking a patient. It’s a positive relationship that doesn’t always happen due to hostile interactions nurses call “incivility” at hospitals.
Read the complete article and see the online video report “CSUSB nursing students raising money for research trip to South Korea.”
CSUSB’s Astrid Sheil named dean of the Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business at Shenandoah University
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Jan. 24, 2019
In its news briefs column on appointments, resignations, retirements, awards, deaths, the publication reported that Astrid Sheil, dean's fellow for program outreach and promotion and a professor of communication and business at California State University, San Bernardino, will become the first female dean of the Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business at Shenandoah University on July 1.
Read the complete article at “Transitions: New president at Allegheny College, Tufts U. names new provost.”
Tony Coulson, CSUSB cybersecurity professor judges Congressional App Challenge contest
U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar
Jan. 23, 2019
Tony Coulson, director of the Cyber Security Center at California State University, San Bernardino, served as judge for the Congressional App Challenge in the 31st Congressional District, represented by U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-San Bernardino). Aguilar announced that the winners of the competition are Richard Hu and James Yang, a senior and a junior at Redlands High School, for their app, Hex Rockets. Hex Rockets is a game designed to help players learn hexadecimal arithmetic with the goal of making STEM learning more fun and engaging for players.
Read the complete article at “Aguilar announces Congressional App Challenge winners.”
These news clips and others may be found at “In the Headlines” at inside.csusb.edu.