|February 5, 2004
Volume 34 Number 7
|A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico|
Frank Armstrong, Communication Design, had "Hearing Type" published in the autumn issue of Baseline, an international typographic magazine. A sidebar features a project assignment from his Typography 1 course, CDES 133A, with compositions by undergraduate graphic design students Michael Gladstone and Yuka Minai. Their work is also displayed on James Craig's Designing with Type Web site, www.designingwithtype.com/worldwide.html. Another version of "Hearing Type" will be published in The Education of a Typographer by Allworth Press in 2004.
David Bassett, Social Work, co-authored "The Role of Clinical Consultation in Child Protection Investigations," accepted for the June 2004 issue of Smith College Studies in Social Work. He also had "Gender Conflict, Object Representation, and Body Image in Male Anorexia: An Investigation of Eight Subjects" published in the same journal in July 2002.
Thomas Fahey, Larry Burleson, and J. Richard Trimmer, Physical Education and Exercise Science, had Strength, Quickness, and Speed: Improving Performance in Power Sports, with a manual and video supplement, published by American Gladiators Fitness in 2003. Fahey also had Principles of Sports and Fitness Training, with a workbook and study guide, published by the same publisher in 2003.
Andrew Flescher, Religious Studies, had Heroes, Saints, and Ordinary Morality published by Georgetown University Press in 2003.
Mike Graf, Child Development Program, had Two Makes One published by Nelson-Thomson Publishers and Bear Breath published by Rigby Publishers in 2003.
Christine Hsu, Finance and Marketing, co-authored "Stock Diversification in the U.S. Equity Market," published in the 2003 issue of Business Quest.
Matthew Looper, Anthropology, had Lightning Warrior: Maya Art and Kingship at Quirigua published by University of Texas Press in 2003.
Michael Magliari, History, won two honorable mentions in an international poetry contest sponsored by the World Haiku Club of London, England. His poems were entered in the R. H. Blyth International Senryu in English Competition, and were published in the Dec. 2003 issue of World Haiku Review.
Donald Miller, Biological Services, co-authored "The Evolution of Inquilinism, Host-Plant Use, and Mitochondrial Substitution Rates in Tamalia Galling Aphids," published in the Journal of Evolutionary Biology, Vol. 16, July 2003.
Michael Perelman, Economics, had The Perverse Economy: The Impact of Markets on People and the Environment published by Palgrave in 2003.
Mark Stemen, Geography and Planning, had "Keeping the Academics in Service-Learning Projects, or Teaching Environmental History to Tree Planters" published in The History Teacher, Vol. 37, No. 1, Nov. 2003.
Ela Thurgood, English, co-authored "Phonetic Realizations of Polish Geminate Affricates," published in Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.
Grants and Contracts
Continuing Education and CSU, Chico Education Services Center received a three-year, $1 million grant from the California Postsecondary Education Commission to improve the quality of K–12 teacher education in the region through the Northeastern California Teacher Education Collaborative.
Teresa Davis, Professional Studies in Education, received $4,000 from the California Campus Compact's Partners in Progress to fund her project for enhancing and disseminating best practices in service-learning pedagogy in teacher education.
Awards and Activities
Gale Carrillo, English, was voted Outstanding 4-H Leader and serves on the advisory board for the University of California, Davis Cooperative Education Board.
Peter Kittle, English, presented "One Voice Among Many" at the National Council of Teachers of English convention in San Francisco in November. He has served on the English Advisory Panel of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing since 2001, but he is not a member of the commission as was incorrectly reported in the Dec. 4, 2003, issue of Inside Chico State. We apologize for the error.
Steve Shive, Health and Community Service, and Michelle Neyman, Biological Sciences, presented "Implementation of a Social Marketing Campaign to Increase Fruit Consumption at a Community College" at the American Public Health Association annual conference in San Francisco in November.
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