Robert Cottrell, History, had his book Roger Nash Baldwin and the American Civil Liberties Union accepted for publication by Columbia University Press in their Contemporary American History series.
Richard Demaree, Biological Sciences, with co-author Rick Giberson, biology alumnus, published a chapter titled "Microwave Processing Techniques for Electron Microscopy" in Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 117.
Diana Dwyre, Political Science, with co-author Paul Herrnson, University of Maryland, had a chapter titled "Party Issue Advocacy in Congressional Election Campaigns" published in the third edition of The State of the Parties by Rowman and Littlefield.
Eugenio N. Frongia, Foreign Languages and Literatures, authored a chapter in the fall 1998 issue of Lectura DantisIferno, Vol. I, published by the University of California Press, Berkeley.
Christine Hsu, Finance and Marketing, had "Capital Budgeting Analysis in Wholly Owned Subsidiaries" accepted for publication in the refereed electronic Journal of Financial and Strategic Decisions. (Note: This publication was incorrectly credited to Marc Siegall in the March 11 issue.)
Michael Magliari, History, had seven articles published in a new twenty-four volume encyclopedia, American National Biography, by Oxford University Press. His essays include biographies of California pioneers John Marsh, Jonathan Warner, and Abel Stearns; University of California founder Samuel Hopkins Willey; agricultural reformer David Lubin; Missouri governor Lilburn Boggs; and Italian American congressman Anthony Caminetti.
Ben Martz, Accounting and Management Information Systems, Jack McKenna, and Marc Siegall, Management, had their paper "Intellectual Contributions: Critical Success Factors in Implementing the AACSB Standards" accepted for a special track on Assessment and Accreditation Issues at the eleventh annual conference of the International Academy of Business Disciplines in Chicago in March and for publication in their proceedings, 1999 Business Research Yearbook.
Andy Sikula, Management, had a book review titled "Management and Morality" accepted for publication in the winter 1999 issue of the journal Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 1, No. 1.
Becky Cox White, Philosophy, and Joel A. Zimbelman, Religious Studies, had their article "Abandoning Informed Consent: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Yet Come" published in the August 1998 issue of The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy.
Robert Cottrell, History, was a consultant for the PBS documentary "The ACLU: A History," first aired in October 1998.
Jon Hooper, Recreation and Parks Management, taught a week-long workshop on "Natural Resources Communication" on campus in January for natural resource managers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fish and Game, Air Force, Fish & Wildlife Service, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
Michael J. Leitner, Recreation and Parks Management, presented the results of his research in Israel on "The Effects of Intergenerational Recreational Activities on the Attitudes of Arabs and Jews Toward Each Other" at the Educators Section Research Symposium of the 1999 California and Pacific Southwest Recreation and Park Training Conference in Santa Clara in February.