October 25, 2012Vol. 43, Issue 2


Photographers Byron Wolfe, Communication Design, and Mark Klett had their book of photographs, Reconstructing the View: The Grand Canyon Photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe, published by University of California Press, 2012. Klett and Wolfe’s landscape photographs of the Grand Canyon are based on the practice of rephotography, in which they identify sites of historic photographs and make new photographs of those precise locations. Using digital postproduction methods, they bring the original images into dialogue with their own. An electronic version of Wolfe’s 2004 book, Everyday: A Yearlong Photo Diary, was also released for the iPad in October 2012.


William Campbell, History, published Speculators in Empire: Iroquoia and the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix, University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. 

Angela Casler, Management, co-authored Sustainability Management Certified Professional: A Pioneer Study Guide, Kendall Hunt, 2012.

Sara Cooper, Foreign Languages and Literatures, edited Ophelias/Ofelias, a bilingual collection of eight stories written by Cuban author Aida Bahr.

Roy Crosbie, Electrical and Computer Engineering, wrote “A Professional Lifetime with the Society for Modeling and Simulation International—A Personal Memoir,” SIMULATION: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International, Vol. 88, No. 9, September 2012.

David Hibbard, Psychology, and Gail Walton, Child Development, wrote “Where Does Perfectionism Come From? A Qualitative Investigation of Perfectionists and Non-Perfectionists,” Social Behavior and Personality, Vol. 40, No. 7, 2012.

Troy Jollimore, Philosophy, published On Loyalty, Routledge, 2012.

James Matray, History, published Northeast Asia and the Legacy of Harry S. Truman: Japan, China, and the Two Koreas, Truman State University Press, 2012.

Lyn Relph, professor emeritus, English, published Our Experience, Ourselves: How Experience Came To Be Valued so Highly by People in the West, Smashwords, 2012.

Diana Shepherd, Child Development, co-authored “Fathers and Development: New Areas for Exploration,” Early Child Development and Care, Vol. 182, No. 11, 2012.

Sue Steiner, Social Work, co-authored An Introduction to the Profession of Social Work: Becoming a Change Agent, 4th edition, Cengage Learning, 2012.

Awards and Activities

Jon Hooper, Recreation, Hospitality, and Parks Management, presented, “How Not to Give a Scientific Presentation,” at the Wildlife Society’s National Conference in Portland on Oct. 15.

Michael Magliari, History, presented “California’s ‘Peculiar Institution’: Indian Slavery during the Gold Rush and Civil War Eras” at the California Historical Society’s Symposium on California and the Civil War, in San Francisco on Sept. 21.

James Postma, Chemistry, was named chair of the California Section of the American Chemical Society.

Natalya Shkoda, Music, had her new commercial CD featuring the music of Ukrainian composer Viktor Stepanovych Kosenko broadcast nationwide by the KHPR Hawaii Public Radio and the KUAZ Arizona Public Media, as well as internationally by Radio New Zealand and 3MBS Fine Music-Classically Melbourne in Australia in September and October 2012. She also performed the “Shostakovich Piano Trio No. 2” at the North State Symphony Chamber Music Concert in both Redding and Chico in October 2012.

Adrienne Slatterly, Northeast Information Center, was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for her efforts in reviewing, processing, and assigning trinomials to numerous archaeological site records within the Modoc National Forest.

In the News

Dave Daley, Agriculture, was quoted in The Huffington Post, Aug. 22, 2012; The Washington Examiner, Aug. 23,2012; and The New York Post, Aug. 23, 2012, as well as 42 other newspapers in response to the USDA investigation of Central Valley Meat Co. in which cameras recorded the abuse of cattle in a slaughterhouse.