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CSUSM NewsCenter (Faculty)

2021
October
15,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
Six CSUSM biology professors are among 78 CSU faculty members who received COVID-19 Research Recovery Microgrant Program awards from the California State University Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology (CSUPERB).CSUPERB announced the a...
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September
17,
2021
| 15:51 PM America/Los_Angeles
Two Cal State San Marcos professors have teamed up to receive a grant from the National Science Foundation to explore what factors affect the development of entrepreneurs in minority communities.The grant of $215,740 is notable in part because of its...
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September
16,
2021
| 10:04 AM America/Los_Angeles
This time last year, the words “critical race theory” would have elicited a quizzical look and a shrug outside of a very small percentage of Americans.  These days, the once-obscure academic term is almost inescapable, on the lips of politicians, TV ...
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September
14,
2021
| 15:20 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos sociology professor Marisol Clark-Ibáñez is co-guest editor of a forthcoming national journal publication focused entirely on undocumented students.“College Access and Success for Undocumented Students” is a special edition of th...
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August
27,
2021
| 12:11 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos expects to welcome more than 16,000 students Monday as it kicks off a fall semester that sees students, faculty and staff largely returning to campus after a year spent learning and working primarily virtually because of the COVI...
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August
26,
2021
| 13:43 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos is the co-recipient of a grant from the National Science Foundation through which it will work with an industry partner to improve outcomes for children with speech impairments.Through the one-year, $250,293 grant from Small Busi...
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August
18,
2021
| 09:06 AM America/Los_Angeles
By any measure, homelessness has become an epidemic in San Diego. According to a report by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development compiled in 2020 and released this March, the city and surrounding area (which includes North County) rank...
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August
03,
2021
| 08:43 AM America/Los_Angeles
The County of San Diego is resuming free COVID testing at Cal State San Marcos beginning Tuesday, Aug. 3, from a new on-campus site in lower parking lot B off Craven Road. The walk-up testing site is open to the public and no appointment is needed.Th...
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July
27,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
When Cal State San Marcos was taking small, tentative steps toward repopulating campus on a limited basis last fall, it faced a problem: Social distancing is really hard to manage on an elevator.In concert with state and local public health officials...
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July
26,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
It was in January 2020 that much of the world began to learn about a new disease emanating from China called the novel coronavirus. As an expert in global supply chains, Cal State San Marcos professor Robert Aboolian paid particular attention when ma...
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July
13,
2021
| 12:15 PM America/Los_Angeles
Like most Americans, Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall awoke last Wednesday to the stunning news that Haiti’s president, Jovenel Moïse, had been assassinated in a brazen act of political violence.Like very few Americans, however, Sepinwall brought to the in...
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July
08,
2021
| 08:03 AM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos social work professor Madeline Lee, ACE Scholars Services counselors Laurie Orr and Leigh Quijada, and ACE founding director Jim Mickelson recently had a paper published in the National Association of Social Workers Press journal...
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June
30,
2021
| 14:53 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos professor Joely Proudfit has been appointed by California Gov. Gavin Newsom to the Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, becoming the first Indigenous woman named to the organization. Established as a state agency in 1965,...
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June
18,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
One of the foundational rules of improvisational comedy is to say yes. To use a common example, if you’re performing a skit with a partner and they point their finger at you and exclaim, “Freeze, I have a gun,” the scene won’t go very far if you obse...
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June
16,
2021
| 14:09 PM America/Los_Angeles
Hollywood is notorious for shying away from certain subjects while severely watering down others.One such seemingly untouchable subject has been the Haitian Revolution, which ended in 1804 with the successful uprising against French colonial rule by ...
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June
11,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Naturally a glass-half-full person, Arun Sethuraman is known to friends, family and colleagues as a source of happiness and a conduit of positive vibes.It’s not unusual to see Sethuraman smiling while teaching, sitting in on a meeting or simply walki...
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June
09,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Rebecca Lush can thank pure happenstance for the latest honor of her scholarly career.  As a longtime professor of literature and writing studies at Cal State San Marcos, Lush is a member of the Western Literature Association and a past president of ...
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June
07,
2021
| 09:02 AM America/Los_Angeles
The electrical engineering program is among 17 teams from colleges and universities across the country selected to participate in the 2022 Marine Energy Collegiate Competition: Powering the Blue Economy.The competition, which is hosted by the U.S. De...
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May
14,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
Biology student Matthew Cope was selected as the recipient of the 2021 Dean’s Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award for the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.A first-generation college student, Cope participated in Bridge...
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May
05,
2021
| 09:54 AM America/Los_Angeles
On Monday morning, government officials in New York spoke at a rally to decry the recent spate of hate crimes against people of Asian descent in the United States and call for harsher punishment. “To those who perpetuate Asian hate, we now have peopl...
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May
04,
2021
| 08:15 AM America/Los_Angeles
As Cal State San Marcos faculty and staff continue to go above and beyond on behalf of students and the campus community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re pleased to highlight some of the campus heroes as nominated by students and colleagues. Elena...
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April
26,
2021
| 11:27 AM America/Los_Angeles
Four Cal State San Marcos professors have received national grants for projects that involve such important issues as coastal water runoff, nerve damage among military and first responders, and humanities education for engineering students. Elinne Be...
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April
13,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
When the spring semester began in late January, it seemed as if the stars had finally aligned for Cal State San Marcos to send its nursing students back into the community for their badly needed clinical rotations.Some were scheduled to be stationed ...
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March
30,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
As Cal State San Marcos faculty and staff continue to go above and beyond on behalf of students and the campus community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re pleased to highlight some of the campus heroes as nominated by students and colleagues. Elinn...
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March
05,
2021
| 09:41 AM America/Los_Angeles
Donald Trump didn’t invent fake news, of course. False stories have been circulated as long as the written word has existed. Perhaps no person on the planet, however, is more responsible for the term “fake news” achieving worldwide ubiquity, with the...
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February
24,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Bonnie Bade has worked closely with farmworker communities for more than three decades, and she’s part of a small, tight-knit coterie of researchers who study agricultural labor in California. So when the coronavirus pandemic struck with a vengeance ...
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February
23,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Jamie De Revere, who received her master’s in kinesiology last May, recently published a paper in the journal PLOS ONE.The paper – titled “Changes in VO2max and cardiac output in response to short-term high-intensity interval training in Caucasian an...
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February
22,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Robyn Araiza was an undergraduate student in the Literature and Writing Studies Department at Cal State San Marcos in the early 2000s.She wasn’t 100 percent sure on her career path, but she wanted to explore what the program touts as “the global lite...
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February
18,
2021
| 08:32 AM America/Los_Angeles
When President Joe Biden unveiled his plan to combat climate change late last month, the term “environmental justice” was prominently featured. That emphasis might have been surprising to progressives across the country who perhaps didn’t think that ...
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February
12,
2021
| 10:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Twenty-five years ago, Cal State San Marcos was a four-building campus full of bright-eyed optimists with individual paths but the common goal of making it a home of inclusion, a place for caring, a community of learning and inspiration.Sharon Hamill...
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