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The CSUSB CAL Talks Podcast Series explores Arts and Humanities interviewing faculty, staff and students. Cal State University, San Bernardino's official CAL website: https://www.csusb.edu/cal
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Welcome to the CSUSB Advising Podcast! Join Academic Advisor Matt Markin and his CSUSB friends as they bring you the latest advising updates at California State University, San Bernardino! Each episode is specifically made for you, the CSUSB students and parents. Matt provides you advising tips, interviews with both CSUSB campus resources and those in academic advising. Sit back and enjoy. Go Yotes!
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This series began in response to the police killing of George Floyd on May 25, 2020. In this work, we hope to explore, enlighten, and engage ourselves and the campus community with ongoing panel discussions, lectures, presentations, and film screenings related to the history and current context of race, policing, and criminal justice. We invite leading scholars, journalists, lawyers, healthcare professionals, current and veteran members of law enforcement, faith-based leaders, the formerly i ...
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Welcome to the Silvers Connection, a video podcast hosted by CSUSB MBA Director Ernie Silvers! The events of the past couple of years have changed life as we know it, and navigating through this new landscape can be challenging. Fear not! The Silvers Connection is here with expert advice from industry leading professionals on the power of resilience, self-care, courage, and much more! Tune in for valuable insights to help harness the power of YOU!
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A conversation with Professor Vida Johnson (Georgetown Law, link). Find Professor Johnson's recent article "White Supremacy from the Bench" in the Lewis & Clark Law Review here (link). Zoom link: https://tinyurl.com/csusb-race-policing Thank you to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee for…
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In Episode 76 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin is joined by Dr. Kristen Stutz and Oscar Flores Gonzalez from the SAIL Program! Kristen and Oscar help you as a student understand what financial literacy is, how to develop better financial habits, and make better financial decisions. Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, Spotify…
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I was delighted to spend time interviewing Dr. Kirk! His lively, easy-going disposition is contagious. From a Huntington Beach humble beginning to a world-class scholar, hear his engaging delivery of his story here on the CAL Talks Podcast Series. From his CSUSB bio: Dr. Kirk Kanesaka is an Assistant Professor of Japanese and Asian Studies. His spe…
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A conversation with Guesnerth Josué Perea (Executive Director of the Afrolatin@ Forum). This event is made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Thank you also to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for sponsoring this event along with Pfau Library. This event is presented in partnership with the CSUSB Anthropo…
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A conversation with Julia Yoo (link), civil rights attorney at Iredale and Yoo (link), and author of this recent LA Times article: "Opinion: California might have thousands of cops who are unfit to wear a badge. This is why" (link). Thank you to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for sponsoring this event along with Pfau Library. Series …
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a conversation with Dr. Marisol LeBrón (UC Santa Cruz). Wednesday, October 18 2023 at 1:00 PM PDT Recording is at this link Thank you to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for supporting this event along with Pfau Library. This webinar event is open to the public. Marisol LeBrón is an…
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A conversation with Professor Dorothy Roberts (University of Pennsylvania). Thank you to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for sponsoring this event along with Pfau Library. Find Professor Roberts's new book, Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families--and How Abolition Can Build a Safer World, here at the publishe…
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A conversation with Congressman Jamaal Bowman (NY, 16th District) (link). Thank you to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for sponsoring this event along with Pfau Library. Series organizers: Dr. Mary Texeira (Sociology), Robie Madrigal (Pfau Library), Stan Futch (President, Westside Action Group), Dr. Jeremy Murray (History), Cecelia Sm…
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A conversation with Dr. Ronnie Dunn of Cleveland State University's Department of Urban Studies (link). Thank you to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for sponsoring this event along with Pfau Library. Series organizers: Dr. Mary Texeira (Sociology), Robie Madrigal (Pfau Library), Stan Futch (President, Westside Action Group), Dr. Jerem…
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A conversation with Professor Joanna Schwartz (link) for a presentation and discussion of her new book, Shielded: How the Police Became Untouchable (link). Thank you to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for sponsoring this event along with Pfau Library. Series organizers: Dr. Mary Texeira (Sociology), Robie Madrigal (Pfau Library), Stan…
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A conversation with Dr. Matthew Guariglia (UC Hastings). Zoom link: https://tinyurl.com/csusb-race-policing Thank you to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for sponsoring this event along with Pfau Library. Find Dr. Guarigilia's new book, Police and the Empire City: Race and the Origins of Modern Policing in New York, here at the publish…
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A conversation with Drs. Roger A. Mitchell (Howard University, link) and Jay D. Aronson (Carnegie Mellon University, link). Find Drs. Aronson and Mitchell's new book, Death in Custody: How America Ignores the Truth and What We Can Do About It, here at the publisher's website (link) and here at Amazon (link). Find their podcast "Official Ignorance" …
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In Episode 75 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin is joined by Veronica Ramirez Amerson, Director of the Educational Opportunity Program for this special 75th episode! Veronica shares her story as a college student, building rapport and confidence, and truly taking advantage of opportunities while in school. Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising P…
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In Episode 74 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Dorothy Chen-Maynard about the B.S. in Nutritional Science and Dietetics. Dr. Chen-Maynard gives an overview of the major, what students are learning in their classes, career options, and more! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google and more! Follow u…
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Join us for a listen to the brightly spoken podcast from one of our latest additions to the CAL family in our Philosophy Department. Andrea Daventry tells us about her educational path from sunny and balmy Florida to the wilds of the Connecticut River valley in Amherst, Massachusetts. And she adds where she settled on living in the Inland Empire (g…
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Professor Wasserstein is the latest addition to the wonderful Department of English at CSUSB. Is it something about people from the Midwest that makes them inherently nice and polite? I don’t know but she is both! Izzy was born and raised in Kansas. She’s the author of two poetry collections, This Ecstasy They Call Damnation and When Creation Falls…
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This is an entertaining and informative episode with Dr. Guillermo Aviles-Rodriguez. It's an understatement to say that Guillermo is colorful, intelligent, funny and a deep thinker. He is all that and more as he adds his depth and style to the Department of Theatre Arts here at Cal State San Bernardino. Guillermo holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from …
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In Episode 73 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. David Marshall, professor and director of the University Honors Program at Cal State San Bernardino! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google and more! Follow us on social media: Instagram & Tik Tok - @csusbadvising Facebook - CSUSB Advising Twitter - @…
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In Episode 72 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Jie Yu, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Nursing. Dr. Yu answers your questions about being a Pre-Nursing major, prerequisites, tips for applicants, and more! Check out the BSN Current CSUSB Pre-Nursing Admission Requirements & Application Process website! Subscribe …
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In Episode 71 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Rob Ray, Associate Professor of Design at CSUSB. Professor Ray discusses the BA in Design Studies and BFA in Design, what students learn in their classes, and career opportunities! Connect with your Art faculty! Check out the Art department website! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising …
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During this episode on the College of Arts and Letters Podcast Series we spend time with Miriam Fernandez, PhD who recently received her promotion to Professor in the CSUSB English Department. What is the difference between writing and composition? This expert puts it plain and easy to understand and practice. Her stance? Everyone can write! Her cu…
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The Art and Design building at CSUSB is an enormous and finely equipped space for students to learn and practice their craft. One of the leads in the department is the guest you'll listen to on this episode. Andrew Oakes is an Art and Design Professor who loves the world of branding. He describes how he has successfully run his own branding design …
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In Episode 70 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Viktor Wang, MA Program Coordinator for Career and Technical Teacher Education Programs. Dr. Wang discusses the Masters Degree in Career & Technical Education, the application process, career options, and department resources! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, S…
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In Episode 69 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Doug Smith, professor and department chair of Chemistry. Dr. Smith discusses the Chemistry major, career options, what students learn in their classes, and department resources! Check out the Chemistry & Biochemistry website! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, Sp…
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In Episode 68 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, academic advisor John Noriega chats with Veronica Martinelli, Senior Program Specialist at CSUSB about everything you should know about Winter Intersession 2024! How many units can you take? Is financial aid available? When do you register? Find out in this episode! For more information, check out the CS…
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In Episode 67 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Ryan Keating, Department Chair of History and Director of the Office of Student Research. Dr. Keating discusses what student research is, why students should pursue research, and opportunities that the Office of Student Research provides. Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast…
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In Episode 66 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Amanda Rice, Director of the Academic Centers for Excellence. What academic support resources are offered to you? What types of tutoring, coaching, and supplemental instruction are available? Check out the following websites: The Tutoring Center The Writing Center Math Coaching…
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In Episode 65 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Jeremy Dodsworth, professor and department chair of Biology. Dr. Dodsworth explains what the Biology major is, career options, what students learn in their classes, department resources, and misconceptions about the major. Check out the following websites: CSUSB Biology homepag…
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In Episode 64 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Kori Bernatzke, Transfer & Graduation Counselor in the Office of the Registrar. Kori discusses what resources the Office of Registrar offers, as well as reminders about Census date, adding/dropping classes, changing your major, concurrent enrollment, and grade forgiveness. Find mor…
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Newly promoted Professor of Communication Studies, Dr. Thomas Corrigan discusses his research and teaching which examines the relationship between wealth, power, and the media. This area of Communication Studies is also known as the Political Economy of Communication (PEC). He shares the focus of two of his Fall 2023 courses which are Digital Media…
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In Episode 63 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Academic Advisor Olga Valdivia and Advising Director Eduardo Mendoza about what students should know preparing for the fall 2023 semester, success tips, important dates & deadlines! #acadv #academicadvising #collegemajors #csusb #calstate #highereducation Subscribe to the CSUSB Adv…
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In this episode, Ernie and Nathan sit down with Johanna Smith. Johanna Smith is a Professor of Theatre Education, Improvisation, and Puppetry at CSU-San Bernardino. Her research and practice focuses on integrating puppets into classrooms as well as professional Theatre for Young Audiences. She has served as a puppetry artist for Broadway-bound extr…
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In Episode 62 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Arlena Allende, Program Admissions Advisor about the Single and Multiple Subject Credential Programs! What is the admissions process? What are the differences between the Single and Multiple Subject credentials? What are you learning within the program? Find out in this episode! Ch…
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Here's another engaging episode in the CAL Podcast Series on Mental Health and Well Being. Dr. Neal Malik (Dr. Neal) has worked in higher education since 2007. He is currently an Associate Professor within the Department of Health Science and Human Ecology and Program Director for the Master of Science in Health Services Administration the Program …
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From the CAL Podcast Series on Mental Health and Well Being, we hear the story of Jennifer "Jen" Moulton as told by herself from start to finish. She details for us her childhood growing up locally in Temecula, a city in the Inland Empire where California State University San Bernardino is located. But she made the dramatic move across the country …
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In Episode 61 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Jeremy Murray about the M.A. in History! What is the admissions process? What could make this degree a good fit for you? Find out in this episode! Check out the following websites: CSUSB Master of Arts in History website History in the Making publication CSUSB Scholars Work web…
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In Episode 60 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Guillermo Escalante about the new Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Science! What are students learning in this major? What students might be interested in pursuing this major? What types of careers are connected to this major? Find out in this episode! Check out B.S. in Na…
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In this episode, Ernie and Nathan talk about the world of consulting with Patti Cotton. Patti Cotton who specializes in unlocking new levels of synergy, collaboration, and innovation for CEOs and their organizations. Patti Cotton is Founder and CEO of Cotton Group, LLC. With a proven, unique, and highly personable approach, Patti effortlessly conne…
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In Episode 59 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Dany Doueiri about both the Liberal Arts and Liberal Studies majors! What are the differences? Is this the best major to teach? Is this type of degree a better fit for careers after graduation? Check out the Liberal Studies website! #acadv #academicadvising #collegemajors #csus…
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In Episode 58 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. David Senteney about the Accounting concentration within the Administration major! What does a CPA do? What career options are there? What resources are available? Find out in this episode! Check out the Department of Accounting and Finance website! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advis…
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From the CAL Podcast Series on Mental Health & Well Being: Christina's research interests lie within the area of trauma and associated mental health conditions, such as Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Her research activities focus on elucidating mechanisms of vulnerability and resilience among interpersonal violence and combat populations. As…
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In Episode 57 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Craig Seal and Dr. Andrew Beechko about the Human Resource Management concentration within the Administration major! What are students learning in HRM courses? What career opportunities are there? What department resources are offered? Find out in this episode! Check out the Ma…
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Matthew Poole is a curator and writer living and working in Los Angeles, California. His practice involves producing exhibitions, publishing artists’ projects, writing on topics related to the relations of production and distribution of art, and teaching. Poole is a professor of art history and theory in the Department of Art & Design at California…
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In Episode 56 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Meghan McGarry chats with Dr. George Thomas, Spanish Professor and the Department Chair of World Languages and Literatures! What is the Spanish major? What concentrations are offered? What minors and certificates are offered? What career opportunities are there? Find out in this episode! Visit the B.A. i…
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On this episode, Ernie and Nathan sat down with special guest, Dr. Connie McReynolds. Dr. Connie McReynolds launched her book, Solving the ADHD Riddle: The Real Cause and Lasting Solutions to Your Child’s Struggle to Learn. Connie McReynolds, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, and Certified Vocational Evaluator wi…
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James Trotter is the Assistant Director of the Academic Technologies and Innovation (ATI) Department in the lower level of the Pfau Library on campus. The ATI Department is a branch of CSUSB Information Technology Services. In his ATI role, James has dedicated his expertise, mentorship and passion for technology to his department for over fourteen …
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In Episode 55 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Meghan McGarry chats with Dr. David Carlson, Professor and Department Chair of English at Cal State San Bernardino! What are the concentrations in the major? What are students learning in their courses? What career opportunities are there? Find out in this episode! Visit the English Department website! S…
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Welcome to the first episode of our podcast! We are thrilled to have you join us on this journey as we explore a wide range of topics and have in-depth discussions with experts from various fields. This podcast is a platform for insightful conversations! Whether you are a long-time listener or a newcomer, we hope you will find our discussions engag…
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In Episode 54 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with professors Dr. Maggie Boyraz and Dr. Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro about the Management concentration within the Administration major! What are students learning in management courses? What career opportunities are there? What department resources are offered? Find out in this episode! …
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