Faculty Archives

Patricia "Micki" Lennon: Received "Taking it to the Classroom" Award 2017–18, which recognizes an outstanding faculty member who possesses the courage and creativity required to successfully engage diversity issues in the classroom

Jason Clower: Participated in the 2017 international conference, "The Awakening of Faith and New Confucianism," funded by a half-million dollar grant from the Australian government, a grant for which he is one of the Principle Investigators

Jed Wyrick: Elected as At-Large Senator

Sarah Pike: Participated in Wonder and the Natural World Conference (Sponsored by Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics and Society at Indiana University) in 2016

Greg Cootsona: Received $2M Grant for director of a three-year project entitled Science and Theology for Emerging Adult Ministries (or STEAM) 2016

Sarah Pike: Visiting scholar at University of Oslo; funded by Reassembling Democracy: Ritual as a Cultural Resource (REDO) 2015

Laura Nice: Spent time in Dublin researching the Seamus Heaney Papers in the National Library of Ireland 2015

Corey Sparks: Received technology grant from the CSU Chancellor's Office for the introduction of a digital timeline tool into the Humanities 220 curriculum

Tom Parker: Outstanding Online Instruction Award 2013

Jed Wyrick: Outstanding Academic Advisor in 2012

Sarah Pike Outstanding Award Recipients for 2004–2005 Named

Professor Sarah Pike, Department of Religious Studies, has been selected as California State University, Chico’s Outstanding Professor for 2004–2005.

Andrew Flescher Altruism Course Receives National Recognition

A course developed and taught by Andrew Flescher, Department of Religious Studies, and Daniel Worthen, Department of Psychology, has been recognized as one of the top ethics courses in the country.

Donald Heinz Reality Hits Home: Professors Participate in PBS hands-on history series

Donald Heinz, Religious Studies, and Carolyn Heinz, Anthropology, describe five month’s of life on the set of the BBC/PBS series Colonial House.

RISE: Resources for International Study in EducationRISE (Resources for International Study in Education) Brings the World to Northern California

It's one thing to be committed to international education in theory, another to commit to providing the resources for students and public school teachers to take that commitment to the classroom. Several CSU, Chico faculty, including Bruce Grelle in religious studies, have dedicated themselves to the establishment of an important resource at CSU, Chico that meets this need.