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Campus Celebrates Faculty Scholarly and Creative Activity

Imagine videos, illustration, stage and dance performances, business analysis, studies on conflict communication, autism and access to higher education, as well as research on alternative fuels, Chagas disease, fossils and astrophysics, and you have just an inkling of the many examples of scholarly and creative activity being done by Cal State Fullerton faculty members.

In recognition of the full gamut of such activity, the University honored 70 faculty members during a noon program held today (March 23) in the Titan Student Union.

Honorees, by college:

College of the Arts

Art — Andrew Fedak, Wendy Grieb and Julie Orser

Mihaylo College of Business and Economics

Accounting — Wei Jiang, Vivek Mande and Myungsoon Son
Economics — Gabriela Best, Sherif Khalifa, Huiran Pan and Fang Zhang
Finance — Xiaoying Xie and Jing Yang
Information Systems and Decision Sciences — Ofir Turel and Dawit Zerom
Management — Gerard Beenen and Shaun Pichler
Marketing — Steven Chen and Chiranjeev Kohli

College of Communications

Cinema and Television Arts — Jule Selbo
Communications — Andi Stein and Doug Swanson
Human Communication Studies — Tenzin Dorjee and Stella Ting-Toomey

College of Education

Educational Leadership — Estela Zarate
Elementary and Bilingual Education — Sharon Chappell and Terri Patchen
Literacy and Reading Education — Kathryn Glasswell
Special Education — Debra Cote

College of Engineering and Computer Science

Civil and Environmental Engineering — Pratanu Ghosh
Computer Engineering — Kenneth John Faller
Electrical Engineering — David Cheng
Mechanical Engineering — Haowei Wang

College of Health and Human Development

Child and Adolescent Studies — Jason K. Baker and Rachel M. Fenning
Counseling — Matt Englar-Carlson
Health Science — Jennifer Piazza
Human Services — Yuying Tsong
Kinesiology — Jared Coburn, Andrew Galpin and Matthew Llewellyn
Nursing — Sadeeka al-Majid, Ruth Mielke and Elaine Rutkowski
Social Work — Dennis Kao

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

African American Studies — Siobhan Brooks
American Studies — Susie Woo
Anthropology — Edward J. Knell and Joseph Nevadomsky
Chicana and Chicano Studies — Monica Hanna
Comparative Religion — Zakyi Ibrahim
English, Comparative Literature and Linguistics — Nicole Seymour and J. Chris Westgate
History — Natalie Fousekis and Lisa Tran
Modern Languages and Literatures — Nathan Carr and James Hussar
Psychology — William Marelich, Kathleen Preston and Nancy Segal

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Biological Science — Joel K. Abraham, Kristy Forsgren and Veronica Jimenez Ortiz
Chemistry and Biochemistry — John Haan
Geological Sciences — James Parham
Mathematics — Scott Annin, Cherie Ichinose and Bogdan Suceavă
Physics — Geoffrey Lovelace, Jocelyn Read and Josh Smith

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