Paul Friedlander, Music Industry, will have his article "What About the Boy: Student-Centered Popular Music Curriculum" published in the December 1999 Journal of Popular Music Studies.

Frank Li, English, published an article, co-authored with Lindsay Whaley of Dartmouth College, "Life and Death of Derivational Morphology: Reduplication in Oroqen" in the University of Pennsylvania's PLC, a publication based on the National Science Foundation-sponsored research project on four Tungusic languages spoken in Siberia, Inner Mongolia, and Northeast China.

Stuart Van Auken, Finance and Marketing, and co-author Earl Chrysler, Quinnipiac College, had their paper "Curricular Determinants of a Global Attitude Toward a MIS Program," published in the refereed Proceedings of the Association for Information Systems Americas Conference, National Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, August 1998.

Awards and Activities

Paul Friedlander, Music Industry Program, attended the executive board meeting of the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association (MEIEA) in Nashville in October. Friedlander was selected to the editorial board of the group's scholarly journal. CSU, Chico will host the MEIEA conference in 2000. In a second trip in October, Friedlander was a consultant in New York to the ad agency Bozell, Worldwide (the country's eighth largest) for their presentation to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) which plans to launch a campaign to reach a segment of the population aged 12-24. He lectured senior members of Bozell on the music industry and the Web future. In a separate meeting, he presented his rock history curriculum titled "Rock and Roll High School."

Silvia Pellarolo, Foreign Languages and Literatures, participated in the organization of forums for the XIII Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro de Cadiz in Spain. She was also one of the coordinators of the Segundo Encuentro de Mujeres en la Escena, organized by the same festival.

Patricia Smiley, Physical Education and Exercise Science, presented "Internet Curriculum Development/Designing and Managing Course Materials for Internet Classes," which was teleconferenced to five other colleges at an international distance learning conference in Canada, summer 1998.

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