INSIDE Chico State
0 November 29, 2001
Volume 32 Number 7
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Lois Bueler, English, had The Tested Woman Plot: Women’s Choices, Men’s Judgments, and the Shaping of Stories published by Ohio State University Press in July 2001.

Robert Cottrell, History, had three articles accepted for forthcoming publication: “Roger Nash Baldwin” in Notable American Unitarians; “Baseball: The History of the National Pastime” in Choice; “American Civil Liberties Union” and “Espionage Act, 1917” in Dictionary of American History.

Richard Demaree, Biological Sciences, co-edited Microwave Techniques and Protocols, published by Humana Press in 2001.

Yao-Yi Fu, Recreation and Parks Management, co-authored “The Relationship Between Restaurant Service Quality and Consumer Loyalty Among the Elderly,” published in the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, Vol. 25, No. 3, 2001.

Susan Gardner and Jim Morgan, Management, had “The Supreme Court to Decide: Seniority Rights or Reasonable Accommodation Under the Americans with Disabilities Act” accepted for publication in the Winter 2001 issue of The Labor Law Journal.

Pam Johnson and Julie Indvik, Management, had “Slings and Arrows of Rudeness: Incivility in the Workplace” accepted for publication in the Journal of Management Development, Vol. 20, No. 8, 2001.

Duane Knudson, Physical Education and Exercise Science, had “Effect of Endpoint Conditions on Position and Velocity near Impact in Tennis” published in the November 2001 issue of the Journal of Sports Sciences.

Stephen Lewis, History, published “A Window into the Recent Past in Chiapas: Federal Education and Indigenismo in the Highlands, 1921–1940” in the Journal of Latin American Anthropology, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2001.

Charles Turner, Political Science, had “American Indian Policy in Committee: Structure, Party, Ideology, and Salience” published in Politics and Policy, Vol. 29, No. 3, 2001.

Charles Urbanowicz, Anthropology, authored the chapter “Gambling into the 21st Century” in Hosts and Guests Revisited: Tourism Issues of the 21st Century, published by the Cognizant Communication Corporation in 2001. The book is co-edited by Valene Smith, professor emerita, Anthropology, who contributed eight chapters.

Grants and Contracts

Tibor Banathy, College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology, received $30,265 from the State Water Resources Control Board to determine existing septage handling, treatment, and disposal capacity for California.

Richard Holman, Construction Management, received $360,000 from the CALFED Bay-Delta
Program for identification and eradication of Arundo Donax, a non-
native, invasive giant cane.

William Jones, Library Special Resources, received $157,884 from the California State Library to digitize audio tapes, 8 mm and 16 mm film, and video recordings of Native American elders from the Dorothy Hill Collection.

Awards and Activities

Claire Farrer, Anthropology, presented “Geographical Knowledge of the Mescalero Apache” at an invited conference on Chaco and Mesoamerica in Grants, New Mexico, in May. She also received a Jackson Fellowship from the Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies of The Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado, to develop a course on Contemporary Southwestern Indian Art.

Paul Friedlander, Music, was a panel member on “Art As an Agent of Social Change” at the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics conference on “Ethics and the Arts” at Arizona State University, in Tempe, Arizona, in October.

Michael Leitner, Recreation and Parks Management, played for the U.S. tennis team at the 16th World Maccabiah Games in Israel in July. The games brought together more than 3,000 Jewish athletes from 45 countries.

James McManus, Art and Art History, presented “Reading Marcel Duchamp’s Large Glass” at the Humanities and Technology Association conference at the University of Virginia in September. At the Society for Literature and Science conference at the University of Buffalo in October, he presented “Marcel Duchamp, Traveling Salesman.” He also organized and chaired two panels on “Intersections Between Science and Popular Culture” at the conference.


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