Dr. Kelly Campbell has truly distinguished herself in the classroom and as a mentor during her years at CSUSB. Dr. Campbell teaches a diverse set of upper division undergraduate and graduate courses. Her student evaluations across various sections of these courses have been consistently outstanding. Summary comments such as "perfect educator," "great professor," "amazing," and "charismatic" occur frequently. She receives equally high esteem from her peers. She is praised repeatedly for the high quality of interactions she routinely develops with her students. Dr. Campbell's teaching expertise has been recognized through several instruction-related awards at the University and from professional organizations. She won the 2012 Outstanding Teacher Award from the International Association for Relationship Research.
She also received the CSUSB Psychology Department's Outstanding Teaching Award for 2010-2011. In 2011, she was an Honorable Mention from the Social Psychology Network for Action. Dr. Campbell's commitment to teaching extends well beyond the classroom. She has been extensively involved in one-on-one supervision and mentoring of both undergraduate and graduate students. She has maintained one of the largest lab groups among the psychology faculty; she has supervised a number of honors students, McNair Scholars, Teaching of Psychology mentees, and undergraduate independent study students. In addition, she has chaired numerous graduate theses in the Child Development, General/Experimental, and Clinical Psychology programs. In total, her students have produced over 50 conference presentations or pending presentations.
Dr. Iñiguez has demonstrated an outstanding level of professional development in the area of the neuropsychological effects of long term exposure to anti-depressants and the impact of early stress experiences. While a graduate student, Dr. Iñiguez published 12 co-authored papers in professional refereed journals, of which six he was the first author. He has continued this high level of accomplishment while at CSUSB. He currently has eight publications. These articles were published in highly regarded neuroscience and biologically oriented journals (i.e., the rejection rates range from 75% to 90%). It is essential to note that for these articles, there are a number of experiments for each publication, ranging from six to 17. His research has received special recognition by the scientific community and the general media.
Two of his papers have been selected by the Faculty of 1000; another publication was listed as one of the Top 25 Hottest Articles. Dr. Iñiguez's work has also been featured in the Los Angeles Times. Dr Iñiguez is also a skilled and successful grant writer with over $700,000 in external and internal funding. He regularly presents his research at prestigious professional conferences such as the Society for Neuroscience, the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society and the National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse. He has been invited to present his research findings at several universities across the nation including CSU Long Beach, the University of Maryland, The State University of New York at Buffalo, UCLA, and UC Santa Barbara. Dr. Iñiguez has an active and successful research lab that includes both undergraduate and graduate students. He works with between 10 and 15 students and provides a remarkable set of experiences for these students such as training in lab techniques, academic and career advising, trips to prestigious labs, and research positions.
Dr. Tom Long has been involved in various activities that have enhanced and strengthen his department, the college and university, as well as the community. Dr. Long serves on various committees such as the Curriculum Committee, the Part Time Faculty Review Committee, and the Classroom/Smart Classroom Redesign Committee. He is the Coordinator for the Social Science B.A. Program and the Museum Studies Certificate Program. He co-curated the Anthropology Museum Exhibit on California Indian Culture. He is currently in his second year as a Dean's Fellow. In this position, Dr. Long coordinates the commencement ceremony as well as the College Awards Ceremony. Dr. Long assisted in the development and growth of the California Indian Language program in World Languages and co-curated an exhibit in RAFFMA on California Indian History. He was the faculty liaison for development/fundraising for the California Indian Conference.
He assisted in the development of partnerships for the School of Social Work and the Department of Anthropology with area tribes as well as assisted with the English Department in establishing a partnership with the Dorothy Ramon Learning Center (Morongo) for collaborative, educational workshops. Dr. Long is a Board Member of the Dorothy Ramon Learning Center. He has worked with various organizations in terms of archives and collections such as the Native American Grave Protection Repatriation Act projects; the San Bernardino Catholic Diocese Archives and Collections Committee; Amina Carter, Archival Design and Installation Project; National Archives and Records Administration, Symposium on the History of Native American Sovereignty; San Manuel Tribal Archives Project Manager; and Pechanga Archives. In recognition of his contributions, Dr. Long was named to the 2014 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll and recently received the prestigious CSUSB Golden Apple Award for Teaching Excellence.
Since his appointment in September 2013, Dr. Grisham has made significant contributions in teaching, professional growth, and service. He has developed two new classes: one course focuses on the role that women play in violence- and peace-making activity; the other course focuses on geopolitics. He participated in the 2014 Summer Course (Re)Design Institute on Diversity; he was selected by the Office of Student Research at CSUSB to participate in the Peer Research Consultant Program. Dr. Grisham has served as chair for five MA theses for the Social Sciences and Globalization MA Program. He has advised the internationally award-winning Model United Nations Program. Over the past 25 years of CSUSB's participation in the Model United Nations, we have received 23 Outstanding Delegation Awards. Just recently, at the 2015 National Model United Nations in New York City, 19 CSUSB participating students were awarded two of the top international prizes at the conference - Outstanding Delegation.
These students were representing Azerbaijan and Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders or MSF). He has published two journal articles as well as one book, titled Transforming Violent Political Movement: Rebels Today, What Tomorrow? He has given numerous presentations to various academic conferences that include serving as the keynote speaker at eight events. Dr. Grisham has been involved with service on the department, college, and university level as well as the community. His service includes serving on search committees, speaking at the annual PAES scholars events, and attending multiple annual SOAR events. He was the Director of the Center for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies. He serves as a Judicial Affairs Officer through the Office of Student Conduct and Ethics. Dr. Grisham is also a board member of the Morrow-McCombs Memorial Lecture Services Committee; is an Academic Advisory Committee member of the World Affairs Council of Inland Southern California; and serves as the Vice President of the National Collegiate Conference Association.
During the last several years, Ms. Jacqueline Carrillo has done an exemplary job not only for the Department of Economics but also the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the Mentor Advising Center, the Writing Center, the Center for Economics Education, and the Department of Sociology. Jackie also contributes her time and talents to assist with departmental or college activities such as Commencement, the Hall of Fame dinner and the Seniors Reception and Alumni Reception.
Jackie always provides the department with essential information such as budget, college or university guidelines, classroom availability as well as who to contact for those unique requests. Jackie not only completes essential tasks in a timely manner, she anticipates information or forms that are needed and does so with a smile and positive attitude. Jackie is well known among our students for her willingness to help them with adding classes, guiding them to the appropriate campus office, removing registration holds, and attending our End of the Quarter parties. She is always ready to assist faculty, staff, and administrators with last minute questions or requests. She treats faculty, staff, and students with respect and is always willing to help. Given her many responsibilities, she is also currently working on her M.A. in Public Administration here at California State University, San Bernardino.