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In the Media

Recognized experts in their fields, CSULB faculty are making news with their research, scholarly and creative activity.

August 2014

Shark-tracking robot to tail rapidly growing species

Chris Lowe (Biological Sciences) tests a tool he hopes will unlock secrets of the great white.

May 2014


Monterey Shale Reserve Drop Draws Comments, Questions

NGI’s Shale Daily      
Richard Behl (Geology) is quoted in this article on the US Energy Information Administration’s 96 percent cut in its estimated technically recoverable reserves.

 

Fukushima radiation not detected in kelp beds yet

KPCC 89.3 News

A project to monitor radiation levels from the Fukushima nuclear leak in kelp beds on the West Coast has found no contamination in its initial testing.

 

CSULB Professor Earns Prestigious Photography Awards

Long Beach Post

Just weeks after being named a Guggenheim Fellow, Mark Ruwedel (Art) has claimed Canada’s 2014 Scotiabank Photography Award.

 

Alcohol Increases Aggression Before You’ve Taken a Sip

Pacific Standard

A research team led by William Pedersen (Psychology) describes its findings in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

 

Cal State Long Beach professors create mobile app

Long Beach Press-Telegram

Professors Sunook Park (Art) and Hyowon Ban (Geography) partnered to create Calliope, a mobile application that renders geographical data using tones and music.

 

Long Beach nonprofits make up 10 percent of city’s workforce

Long Beach Press-Telegram

Nonprofit employers now make up 10 percent of the city’s workforce, according to an economic analysis released Tuesday.

 

Orca shows will go on – for now

Orange County Register

Gwen Goodmanlowe (Biological Sciences) comments on maintaining Orcas in captivity

 

Great white shark bites inflatable boat as crew hopes for the best

Grind TV

Vessel does not sink and crew gets safely away in incident off South Africa.

 

New leader of Long Beach Arts Council sees exciting opportunity

Long Beach Press-Telegram

Depending on how you look at it, Victoria Bryan has either inherited a giant headache or a golden opportunity.

 

Shark increase in local waters could stem from healthier ocean

Daily Breeze

Chris Lowe, who runs the shark lab at CSULB, says the state’s ongoing efforts to clean up the ocean could be responsible for the increase in the shark population.