|May 2, 2002
Volume 32 Number 15
|A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico|
Kenny Chan and Richard Ponarul, Finance and Marketing, published “Stealth Marketing on the Web: An Ethical Dilemma” and “Production Synergy and Distribution Synergy: The Case of Financial Services in the E-Business Domain” in E-Business Review, Vol. 2, 2002. The papers were presented at a recent International Academy of E-Business conference in Florida.
Kris Johnson, Library Instruction Program, and Kathi Fountain, Library Reference, had “Laying a Foundation for Comparing Departmental Structures Between Reference and Instructional Services: Analysis of a Nationwide Survey” accepted for publication in the May 2002 issue of College and Research Libraries.
Duane Knudson, Physical Education and Exercise Science, had a second edition of Qualitative Analysis of Human Movement, including an interactive CD-ROM, published by Human Kinetics in 2002.
Masami Toku, Art and Art History, had “Cross-Cultural Analysis of Artistic Development: Drawing by Japanese and U.S. Children” published in Visual Arts Research, Vol. 27, 2002; “What is Manga?: The Influence of Pop-Culture in Adolescent Art” published in the March 2001 issue of the Journal of National Art Education Association; and “Possibilities of Implementing Visual Culture in Art Educational Curricula” published in the Web Journal of Art and Art Education in 2001.
Lauren Wright, Finance and Marketing, co-authored Principles of Service Marketing and Management, 2nd Edition, published by Prentice Hall in 2002.
Judy Bordin, Child Development Program, received $15,872 from the CSU, Sacramento Foundation to conduct two statewide child development training sessions.
Bill Fisher, Mathematics and Statistics, received $18,433 from ExxonMobile Foundation for a Chico Unified School District teacher-in-residence program that allows an elementary mathematics mentor teacher to teach courses at CSU, Chico and provides professional development at his or her school site.
Orlando Madrigal, Computer Science, received $627,000 from IBM to support student interns at IBM’s Tivoli Group in San Jose.
Chuck Nelson, Geographical Information Center, received $50,000 from the California Department of Fish and Game for an Environmental Impact Report for the Lake Earl Wildlife Area Development Plan. He also received $9,990 from Sutter County for a geographic information system for the county.
Members of Academic Technologies gave presentations at the CATS2002 Conference in Fresno in March. Bill Evans and Kathy Fernandes presented “TIGERS Grant: Re-Purposing Interactive CD-Based Multimedia Instruction for the Internet”; Claudine Franquet co-presented “Digital Video (The Final Answer)”; Laura Sederberg presented “WebCT Training: Reaching the Second Wave of Faculty Adopters”; and Jon Knolle presented “Best Practices in Instructional Design: Developing Online Curriculum.”
Fred G. Thorne and John F. Long, Communication Design, won second place in the national juried case study competition by the Broadcast Education Association Management and Sales Division. The entry is based on Thorne’s CDES 164, Broadcast Management, where students prepare a proposal for a new radio station. He presented “A Broadcast Management Proposal That Challenges Students,” based on his teaching method, at the BEA convention in April.
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