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SPRING 2022 NEWSLETTER

2021-22 OUTSTANDING FACULTY

2021-22 CAL STAR AWARD

CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 2022!

Spring 2022 Student Commencement Speakers

COLLEGE NEWS

French instructor named CSUSB’s 2021-22 Outstanding Lecturer

College of Arts and Letters announces its 2021-22 Outstanding Students

College of Arts and Letters faculty win mini-grants from the Office of Academic Research

CSUSB to offer new certificate program in speech-language pathology starting fall 2022

IN THE ARTS

CSUSB music students create educational videos with San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra

Prof. Ed Gomez's MexiCali Biennial collaborates with Library of Congress to publish Border and Border Art research guides
RAFFMA collaborates with elementary school to present smARTshow
50th annual Student Art Exhibit held at RAFFMA, showcasing original artwork from emerging Inland Empire artists

Theatre arts professor earns award for book about puppetry

CSUSB professor named director of new San Bernardino Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble

CSUSB students work with international artist and will display art piece in local museum

CSUSB Opera Theatre presents performance focusing on love and self-discovery after disaster

CSUSB’s Opera Theatre creates two shows with National Endowment for the Arts grant

CSUSB Theatre Arts returned to the stage this spring with two simultaneous shows

CSUSB assistant professor’s book explores LGBTQ+ music studies

CSUSB professor's column about being an artist and art critic featured in The Press-Enterprise

IN THE LETTERS

CSUSB student receives the prestigious Fullbright grant

Communication Studies M.A. student Alexia B. Martinez wins CSUSB's 3-Minute Thesis Competition
Communication Studies professor wins Research and Creative Activity Mentor Award from Office of Student Research
CSUSB student to use $3,000 VR technology scholarship to break down barriers

Communication studies bilingual film made to help first-generation students and their families

Check out the Communication Studies M.A. newsletter for more updates!
English associate professor awarded Ready for Pell initiative worth $120,000 to provide incarcerated students with access to education

CSUSB Palm Desert Campus student literary magazine awarded top honor

Visit Inside CSUSB for more College of Arts & Letters news!

UNIVERSITY FEATURES

PDC lecturer Lacey Kendall brings her expertise to the classroom
Diversity helps media studies professor Ahlam Muhtaseb continue to grow

COLLEGE EVENTS

CAL Talks: A Discussion on Netflix's Squid Game | April 2022
Faculty Research Spotlight | April 2022

RECENTLY PUBLISHED

Jane Chin Davidson, Art & Design, has been included in the new anthology, Storytellers of Art Histories

Matthew Poole, Art & Design, has a chapter included in a new anthology on institutional critique art and infrastructural critique art, BETWEEN THE MATERIAL & THE POSSIBLE (Sternberg Press & Edith-Russ-Haus, 2022), edited by curator and theorist Bassam El Baroni. 

Liliana Conlisk-Gallegos, Communication Studies, will have an opening chapter in the upcoming book, Re-Activating Critical Thinking in the Midst of Necropolitical Realities: For Radical Change (2022 Cambridge Scholars Publishing). The title of her chapter is, "The Coloniality of the Quotidian: A Transborder Perspective on the Matrix of Colonial Power and the Agents of Supremacy (The Everyone That Is No One)."

Theo Mazumdar and Shafiq Rahman, Communication Studies, have an article they co-authored with Montgomery Wart, Public Administration, published in the Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences. Their article is titled, "The Dark Side of Resilient Leaders: Vampire Leadership," and is published in a special issue of the journal. 

Rong Chen, English, has a forthcoming book, Toward a Motivation Model of Pragmatics (2022 Berlin/New York: De Gruyter Mouton).

George Thomas, World Languages and Literatures, published a chapter in the MLA volume, Approaches to Teaching the Works of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. 

FELLOWSHIPS

Vanessa Ovalle Perez, English, has been awarded a long-term fellowship at the Huntington Library for the 2022-23 academic year.  

Robin Adsit, Art & Design, has been awarded a fellowship by the Jentel Artist Residency Program for Fall 2022. 

Gregory Gondwe, Communication Studies, has been awarded a fellowship at the Harvard Centre for Social Rebooting for the 2022-23 academic year. 

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