Aiping Zhang, English, had his paper, "James Joyce's Molly Goes to Beijing: The Chinese Translation of Molly's Monologue in Ulysses," published in the May, 1998 issue of American Translators Association Chronicle.


Paula Carr, University Police, was named Peace Officer of the Year and was honored by the Chico Noon Exchange Club. She served on the Chico Police for ten years and has been with CSU, Chico since 1996. She is also a participant in the University's Critical Response Unit.

Teresa Davis, Professional Studies in Education, has been awarded a $32,000.00 grant from America Association of Colleges of Teacher Education for the development and integration of service learning, in teacher education and for the dissemination of PSED's partnership with the Cal Serve Partners in Education Program, Los Molinos Unified School District. The Service Learning Integrated Partnership Project was featured as one of six university service learning projects nation wide at the AACTE Annual Conference in New Orleans, February 25-March 1, 1998. Davis and Anne Bianchi, director of the Cal Serve Program at Los Molinos Unified, presented the project at a special luncheon during the conference.

Paul A. Feldhaus, Art Emeritus, had his wood engraving, "Ballet with Pigtail," juried into the California Society of Printmakers' "A Tradition Continued: Relief Prints," at the Fetterly Gallery, Vallejo, May 7-June 12.

Charles Geshekter, History, served on an all-day panel, March 20th, at the Media Division of the National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D.C., that awarded grants for films in the category of "foreign cultures." He also presented a research paper, "Science, Public Health, and Sexual Stereotypes: Comparative Perspectives on AIDS in South Africa," at the annual Stanford-UC, Berkeley African Studies Conference at the University of California, April 25.

Gregory Naber, Mathematics and Statistics, was a speaker in the Special Session on Dynamical Systems and Mathematical Physics at a conference of the American Mathematical Society, April 25 and 26, at UC, Davis. His lecture, "The Ubiquitous Dirac Monopole," was about the natural connection on the complex Hopf bundle, the appearance from infinity of an exact solution to SV(2)-Yang-Nill-Higgs theory on R three and solution to the Seiber-Witten equations on flat R four.

Roland Lamarine and Vic Sbarbaro, Health and Community Services, presented their research paper, "Marijuana Abstinence Syndrome," at the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance convention in Reno, on April 6.

The Society of Physics has received their tenth consecutive Outstanding Chapter Award in recognition of their service to students and the community by providing educational activities in physics.

Students in Free Enterprise will participate in the International SIFE competition in Missouri, May 10-12, as the result of winning the West Coast Regional Competition in San Francisco on March 31. They will compete in Kansas City against 110 other regional winners from across the U.S., Poland, and Central Asia. The team won $8000 in prize money last year.

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