|September 23, 1999
Volume 30 Number 3
|A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico|
Awards and Achievements
Bonnie Hallman, Geography and Planning, authored the chapter "The Transition into Eldercare: An Uncelebrated Passage" in Embodied Geographies: Spaces, Bodies and Rites of Passage, recently published by Routledge. Her chapter discusses the social and geographical transitions associated with the assumption of family-provided eldercare.
Byron Jackson, Provost's Office, had The Encyclopedia of American Public Policy, an extensive reference text of American public policy formation, published by ABC-CLIO, Inc. in July.
David Kistner, professor emeritus, Biological Sciences, published "Revisions of the General and Species of the Termitophilous Tribe Pseudoperinthini (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Aaleocharinae)" and "Revision of the Perinthina of the Australian and Oriental Faunall Regions (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Aleocharinae)" in Sociobiology, Vol. 34, No. 2, 1999.
Don Chu, Physical Education and Exercise Science, was named a CSU Administrative Fellow and will spend the year in Long Beach researching problems and opportunities in higher education and studying at UCLA and Stanford. The Executive Fellowship is designed to enlarge the pool of candidates for top-level leadership positions in the CSU and American Education in general.
Turhon Murad, Anthropology, spoke on "It's All in the Recovery" at the District 9 meeting of the Disaster Mortuary Operation Response Team of the National Disaster Medical System in Maui in June, attended by approximately 200 western regional medical/death investigators. He also spoke on "Bones for the Investigator: Forensic Anthropology" at the Master 8 Death Investigation Conference, Department of Pathology, St. Louis University School of Medicine in St. Louis in July.
Linda Oslin, former administrative operations analyst for College of Agriculture, received the Winsor & Newton Award for her pastel Rememberin' at the 13th Annual Pastel Society of the West Coast International Open Exhibition, Pastels U.S.A., in Roseville. Her painting has also been juried into the Triton Museum of Art Biennial Statewide Competition & Exhibition in Santa Clara. A woven pastel painting Model's Hour will be included in an article in the September/October issue of the Pastel Journal.
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