CSUf News Service
Recent Faculty Work in Print
April 18, 2014
"Living Alterities: Phenomenology, Embodiment and Race," edited by Emily S. Lee, associate professor of philosophy, was published in April by Suny Press. The book is a series of essays on the embodiment experiences of African Americans, Muslims, Asian Americans, Latinas, Jews and white Americans.
Rebekah Smart, associate professor of counseling, and Yuying Tsong, assistant professor of human services, co-authored "Weight, Body Dissatisfaction and Disordered Eating: Asian American Women's Perspective" posted April 7 online in advance of being published in the quarterly Asian American Journal of Psychology.
Bogdan Suceavă , professor of mathematics, has had his novel, "Miruna, a Tale" translated in English by Alistair Ian Blyth. The novel, originally written in his native Romanian, received the Bucharest Writers Association Fiction Award in 2007. The novelist also has two recent literary works published in Romanian: "Memoirs From an Ideal Library," a collection of essays, and a short story collection, "Can One Hear the Shape of a Drum?" The third printing of his novel "Coming From an Off-Key Time," published in English in 2011, was recently released in paperback.
Gerard Beenen, assistant professor of management, has two recent or soon-to-be published articles:
- "The Effects of Goal Orientations and Supervisor Concerns on MBA Intern Learning and Performance" in the March issue of the Academy of Management Learning and Education journal.
- "So You Really Want to Work Here? Testing a Model of Job Pursuit for MBA Interns," coauthored by Shaun M. Pichler, associate professor of management, in an upcoming May/June issue of Human Resource Management.