Peter Cruise, Health and Community Service, published
“Are There Virtues in Whistle-Blowing? Perspectives from Health
Care Organizations” in the Public Administration Quarterly,
Vol. 25, No. 4, 2002. He also co-authored “Productivity and the
Moral Manager,” published in Administration and Society,
Vol. 34, No. 4, 2002; and co-authored “A 21st-Century Lens for Public
Administration,” published in the Encyclopedia of Public Administration
and Public Policy by Marcel-Dekker in 2003.
Frank Li, English, had “A Diachronic Examination
of the Motivations for the Rise and Development of V-V Compounds in Chinese”
published in Papers in Honor of P.J. Mistry by the Indian Institute
of Language Studies in 2003.
Michelle Neyman, Biological Sciences, and Steve
Shive, Health and Community Service, had “Energize Your
Life! A Social Marketing Campaign to Increase Fruit Consumption Among
Community College Students” published in Health Education and
Behavior, Vol. 29, No. 4, 2002.
Kristina Schriver, Communication Arts and Sciences, had
“The Mickee Faust Club’s Performative Protest Events”
published in Text and Performance Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 3,
Hassan Sisay, History, updated the section on Liberia
for the 2003 edition of The New Book of Knowledge, published
Ela Thurgood, English, had a review of Grazyna Demenko’s
Analysis of Polish Suprasegmentals for Speech Technology published
in Language, Vol. 78, No. 4, 2002.
Graham Thurgood, English, co-edited and contributed the
overview article in The Sino-Tibetan Languages, published in
the Routledge Language Family Series in 2003.
Charles Urbanowicz, Anthropology, had “There Is
a Grandeur in This View of Life” published in Darwin Day Collection
One: The Single Best Idea Ever by Tangled Bank Press in 2002.
Grants and Contracts
Carol Childers, Passages-Adult Resource Center, received
$10,000 from The California Endowment to provide volunteer mileage reimbursement
for the Senior Companion Program.
Chuck Nelson, Geography and Planning, received $9,600
from Sutter County to provide a technician who will support the county’s
Community Services Department.
Awards and Activities
Renee Renner, Computer Science, received a $4,000 Women
in International Scientific Cooperation travel grant award from the American
Association for the Advancement of Science, supported under the National
Science Foundation, to pursue collaborative efforts for modeling complex
systems at the Institute of Computer Science, Academy of Sciences of the
Adrienne Scott, Museum of Anthropology, was a judge at
the science fairs at Chico Country Day School and Hooker Oak Elementary
School in February. Select students will enter the Chico Science Fair
Michael D. Scott, Communication Arts and Sciences, gave
an invited presentation about his role in a National Cancer Institute-sponsored
study and campaign designed to promote skin cancer awareness and risk
reduction among high altitude outdoor workers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer
Center, University of Washington, in January.
Charles Urbanowicz, Anthropology, presented “Teaching
As Theatre Once Again: Darwin in the Classroom (and Beyond)” at
the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities in Honolulu,
Hawaii, in January.