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Faculty in the News, Oct. 22

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 news@csusb.edu  


CSUSB Palm Desert Campus nursing program that helps the homeless is highlighted
KGX AM (Palm Springs)/The Joey English Show
Oct. 19, 2019
 
Diane Vines, a CSUSB Palm Desert Campus nursing instructor, was on the Joey English Show to discuss the Street Medicine Program and the grant it received from the Caldwell-Weiss Trust, which is operated through Morgan-Stanley, a leading global financial services firm.
 
The nearly $63,000 grant will be used to strengthen street medicine efforts for the homeless and unsheltered people in the Coachella Valley.
 
The Street Medicine program is a collaborative partnership between the California State University, San Bernardino Department of Nursing at the Palm Desert Campus; the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine/Health Family Medicine Center; and the Coachella Valley Volunteers in Medicine.
 
Listen to the podcast of the interview at “Financial Segment – October 19, 2019.” The interview begins at about 11 minutes, 29 seconds into the program.

Multidisciplinary panel presentation at CSUSB to focus on reparations for slavery in the U.S.
High Desert Daily
Oct. 21, 2019
 
Reparations for slavery in the United States – compensating the descendants of slaves brought to America from Africa – will be the topic of a panel discussion on Oct. 29, featuring faculty from a cross section of academic disciplines at Cal State San Bernardino.
 
“A Multidisciplinary Panel Discussing Slavery, Its Legacy, and the Case for Redress” will be presented beginning at noon in the Performing Arts Recital Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
 
The CSUSB panel discussion will feature faculty members Kathryn Ervin, theatre arts; Diana Johnson, history; Ryan Keating, history; Rishabh Kumar, economics; Yumi Pak, English; and Marc Robinson, history.
 
Rafik Mohamed, dean of the university’s College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, will serve as moderator.

Read the complete article at “Multidisciplinary panel presentation at CSUSB to focus on reparations for slavery in the U.S.

CSUSB professor emeritus reviews book by Ethiopia’s prime minister
ZeHabesha
Oct. 2, 2019
 
Alemayehu G. Mariam, CSUSB professor emeritus of political science, wrote in his weekly column about the newly released book, “Medemer,” by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
 
“This review is intended for the benefit and convenience of English-speaking audiences who have a sincere desire to understand and rigorously critique ‘Medemer’ philosophy for what it is and is not,” Mariam wrote. “It offers the reviewer’s personal reflections and perspectives on the Medemer idea or philosophy and aims to invite others to review the book and thoughtfully discuss its usefulness and relevance to Ethiopia.
 
“In nearly fourteen years of uninterrupted weekly commentaries, I have done only one other book review. ‘Medemer’ is my second book review. I prefer to read/review books that have intellectual integrity, are thought-provoking and bring fresh perspectives.”
 
Read the complete article at “‘Medemer’ by Abiy Ahmed, Ph.D., an interpretive book review in two parts.”

These news clips and others may be found at “In the Headlines” at inside.csusb.edu.


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