CSUSM's Experts Directory is an online resource for journalists and media professionals seeking expert commentary and insight from the university's distinguished faculty on a variety of diverse topics. Facilitated by the Office of Communications, the site allows media representatives to use search tools to locate experts by department, topic or keywords. By joining the Experts Directory, faculty agree to notify the Office of Communications before responding to a news or media inquiry. CSUSM is privileged to have outstanding faculty and we look forward to continuing to share your expertise with our community. Questions about the Experts Directory can be directed to Christine Vaughan at (760) 750-4409 or cvaughan@csusm.edu.

Experts Directory Profile

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Example: Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall, PhD
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Example: Associate Professor of History
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Example: (760) 750-XXXX
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Example: name@csusm.edu

NOT FOR PUBLICATION. Your personal phone number will never be given without your permission. This number will only be used by the Office of Communications to contact you directly if we receive a request from a media correspondent on a time-sensitive deadline.
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College of Science and Mathematics
College of Business Administration
College of Education, Health and Human Services
College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences

Topic: Indicate the topics that most closely describe your fields of expertise. Select all that apply.

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Arts & Film
Business
Cultural Studies
Communication & Marketing
Economics
Education
Gender Studies
Government and Politics
Health
History
International Affairs
Human Development & Relationships
Literature
Mathematics
Science and Biology
Technology
Other



Area of Expertise: Briefly list your areas of expertise. For example: if you selected History as a topic above, indicate the specific area of expertise below, such as French History. Typically each bullet point is 2-5 words in length.

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Expand upon your areas of expertise, providing a 7-10 word detailed description. For example: History of abolitionism and race in Europe, or Indigenous communities of Mexico and Southern California

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