|August 24, 2000
Volume 31 Number 1
|A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico|
Susan Gardner and Kathryn Lewis, Management, had their article "Sexual Harassment Investigations: A Portrait of Contradictions" accepted for publication in SAM Advanced Management Journal.
Mark Levine and Scott Sibary, Management, had their article "Workplace Teams: Ethical and Legal Concerns and Approaches" accepted for publication in Ethics and Behavior.
Devon Metzger, Education, published an article "Young Citizens: Partners in Classroom Management" in Social Studies & the Young Learner, Vol. 12, No. 12, March/April 2000.
Bob Olsen and George Troughton, Finance and Marketing, had their article "Are Risk Premium Anomalies Caused by Ambiguity?" published in the March/April 2000 issue of the Financial Analysts Journal.
Aneil Rallin, English, had an essay "Texting Bodies: Notes on Language, Writing, Desire" published in Literary Studies East and West, Vol. 17.
Dave Brown, Geosciences, received $21,600 from the University of Maryland for benthic collection and identification of sixty samples from the Central Valley.
Kathy Fernandes, Technology and Learning Program, received $4,250 from Shasta College to provide a three-day WebCT workshop for Shasta College faculty and staff.
Jim Fletcher, Recreation and Parks Management, received $35,000 from the Regents of the University of California, Berkeley to conduct a replenishment recruitment survey.
Robert Main, Communication Design, received $474,552 from the California Department of Corrections to provide technical assistance at the McGee Correctional Training Center in Galt.
Greg White, Anthropology, received $50,000 from the U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service to assist in developing an archaelogical overview and assessment of resources in Lassen Volcanic National Park.
Doug Campbell, Recreation and Parks Management, received the Most Influential Faculty Award from the CSU, Chico Society of Leisure and Recreation.
Richard Davis and Dennis Schlais, Finance and Marketing, presented their paper "Early Integration of the Functional Areas of Business Using a Simulation-Based Approach to Teaching Introduction to Business" at the annual conference of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences in Las Vegas, Nevada, in February.
Claire R. Farrer, Anthropology, is included in Who's Who in the World, millennial edition 2000 and the 2001edition, in Who's Who of American Women, and in the Gale Directory of American Scholars.
Paul Friedlander, Music, hosted the Music and Entertainment Industry Educator's Association International Conference 2000. He also presented his paper "Not Fade Away: The Legacy of Buddy Holly, the Boy Next Door" at the Popular Culture Association National Conference 2000 in New Orleans, Louisiana, in April.
James McManus, Art and Art History, presented a paper "Duchamp's Delays: Refracted Revelations Stripped Bare" at the European Conference of the Society of Literature and Science in Brussels, Belgium, in April. This paper will appear in the journal Configurations and in TextxeT.
The Orion was named the nation's best nondaily newspaper and was awarded first place for general excellence by the National Newspaper Association in their 2000 contest. The newspaper also received first place in the university division of the California Newspaper Publisher Association's Better Newspaper Contest, the fifth time in six years.
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