|November 6, 2001
Volume 32 Number 6
|A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico|
Robert Cottrell, History, had Blackball, the Black Sox, and the Babe: Baseballs Crucial 1920 Season accepted for publication by McFarland Press in 2001.
Susan Gardner and Pam Johnson, Management, published
The Leaner, Meaner Workplace: Strategies for Handling Bullies at
Work in the summer 2001 issue of Employee Relations Today.
Mark Levine, Management, had his presentation Activity-Based Learning in a Freshman Understanding Global Business Course published in the Proceedings of the International Business and Economics Research Conference in Reno, Nevada, in October.
Michael Magliari, History, published Producerisms Last Gasp: G. B. DeBernardi and the Labor Exchange Movement, 18891901 in the 2001 anthology Italian Americans: A Retrospective on the Twentieth Century.
James Morgan, Management, published a review of Norman F. Cantors Imagining the Law: Common Law and the Foundations of the American Legal System in the Journal of Legal Studies Education, Vol. 18.
Charles Price, Political Science, had Battle over Ballot Signatures published in the Sept. 2001 issue of the California Journal; he is also co-editor of the California Government and Politics Annual 20012002.
Ann Schulte, Education, co-authored What We Know and Dont Know from Peer-Reviewed Research About Alternative Teacher Certification Programs, published in the Journal of Teacher Education, Vol. 52, No. 4, Sept./Oct. 2001.
Steven Shive, Health and Community Services, published The Effects of Licensing and Inspection Enforcement to Reduce Tobacco Sales to Minors in Greater Philadelphia, 19941998" in Addictive Behaviors: An International Journal, Vol. 26, No. 5, Sept. 2001.
Michele Shover, Political Science, published John Bidwell, Civil War Politics, and the Indian Crisis of 1862 in the Sept. 2001 issue of Dogtown Territorial Quarterly.
Grants and Contracts
Sarah Blakeslee and Kris Johnson, Library Instruction Program, received $7,200 from the CSU Information Competence Committee to incorporate information competence into the learning outcomes of UNIV001C, the universitys first-year-experience course.
Dan DeWayne, Chico Performances, received $37,725 from the City of Chico Transit Occupancy Tax Program for the Chico World Music Festival, the Childrens Program, the Presidential Speaker Series, and the Field Trip/Adopt a Class Program.
Sam Edelman, Communication Arts and Sciences, received $30,000 from the Jewish Community Foundation for two CSU, Northridge faculty to develop courses for the Masters in Education with emphasis on Jewish education and Holocaust education.
Bill Fisher and Eliza Berry, Mathematics and Statistics, received $74,100 from the University of California Office of the President for eight professional development institutes for K12 teachers.
James Fletcher, Recreation and Parks Management, received $63,906 from the California Department of Fish and Game to survey 1,000 licensed California deer hunters.
Beverly Marcum, Biological Sciences, received $195,000 from the University of California Office of the President to provide summer institutes and professional development activities for K12 science teachers.
Emilyn Sheffield, Recreation and Parks Management, received $10,000 from the Bureau of Land Management to prepare research methods and projects.
Nan Timmons, Community Action Volunteers in Education, received $100,420 from the Higher Education Learning Partners (HELP) AmeriCorps Education Award Program for 38,250 hours of service to the community by students in the HELP program.
Pete Tsournos, Economics, received $21,022 from the U.S. Forest Service for an assessment of growth and development paths for resource abundant regions.
Greg White, Anthropology, received $7,332 from the Adobe Road Partnership to conduct a cultural resources report on Adobe Road and I-5 in Red Bluff.
Awards and Activities
Charles Cabb, College of Agriculture, received a Bautzer Faculty UniversityAdvancement Award for 2001 and a scholarship to attend the Council for Advancement and Support of Education District VII Assembly in San Diego in December.
Michael Magliari, History, presented Free Soil, Unfair Labor: Cave Johnson Couts and the Binding of Indian Workers in California, 18501865 in a panel on Indian Slavery in the Pre-Civil War American West at the annual meeting of the Western History Association in San Diego in October.
James McManus, Art and Art
Turhon Murad, Anthropology, attended the California Department of Justices annual instructors conference in Palm Springs in August. He received the Teaching Award for Excellence in Instruction from the Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation for introducing death investigators to a unique field exercise that requires students to apply appropriate archaeological techniques in the exhumation of buried remains.
W. Ray Rummell, professor emeritus, Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing, was selected as the 2001 Educator of the Year for Region 13 of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers for his service as an international director and his leadership to the Chico State Student Chapter.
Xueli Zou, Physics, participated in and presided at the National Science Foundation Chautauqua Teach Physics by Replicating the Process of Science in Memphis, Tennessee, in June. She also presented a poster with Orion Davies, undergraduate student, on Investigative Science Learning Environment in the Introductory Lab at the National Physics Education Research Conference in Rochester, New York, in July.
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