American Indian Studies
Professor and Chair of American Indian Studies Andrew Jolivette moderated a discussion, "Decolonizing Knowledge: Towards a Critical Research Justice Praxis," at First Congregational Church in Oakland on April 26. The discussion about community-based research within indigenous and people of color communities worldwide was hosted by the DataCenter and co-hosted by Public Science Project, Urban at MIT and the Action Research Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association.
Dean of the College of Business Linda Oubré was named one of the most influential women in Bay Area business by the San Francisco Business Times.
Theatre Arts Lecturer Mark Jackson is director of The Arsonists, a satire that opened at the Aurora Theatre Company in Berkeley (through May 12).
Journalism Lecturer Jim Toland's new paranormal noir novel, Once Were Wolves, was just published by Rico Press and is available at Amazon.com and University of California, Berkeley's Bancroft Library. The novel is set in 2016 San Francisco amid a collapsing economy and rising social mayhem.