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Cal State Fullerton faculty recently published research and were honored for their work on a variety of subjects — from wet markets and adolescent snack choices to publication design and the alcohol immigrant paradox. These are the items submitted during December 2020. 


Gordon Capp, assistant professor of social work, co-authored “Exploring Patterns of Positive and Negative School Climate Experiences Among Staff Members in California” in the Journal of School Violence.

Brittany Eghaneyan, assistant professor of social work, co-authored “Hispanic Participants in the National Institute on Drug Abuse’s Clinical Trials Network: A Scoping Review of Two Decades of Research” in Addictive Behaviors Reports.

Andrew Galpin, professor of kinesiology, co-authored “Whole Egg Vs. Egg White Ingestion During 12 Weeks of Resistance Training in Trained Young Males: A Randomized Controlled Trial” in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.

Sarah Grant, assistant professor of anthropology, published a chapter titled “What’s in a Wet Market?” in the book “Teaching About Asia in a Time of Pandemic” and a chapter titled “Cosmopolitan Coffee Aspirations in Contemporary Vietnam” in “Aspirations of Young Adults in Urban Asia.”

Russell Johnston, assistant professor of communications sciences and disorders, co-authored “Cracks in the Continuum: A Critical Analysis of Least Restrictive Environment for Students With Significant Support Needs” in Teachers College Record.

Edward Knell, professor of anthropology, co-authored two related papers: “The Late Paleoindian Cody Complex Component at Lamb Spring, Colorado” in Plains Anthropologist and “New Radiocarbon Dates from the Late Paleoindian Cody Complex Component at the Lamb Spring Site, Douglas County, Colorado” in PaleoAmerica.

Erica Lizano, assistant professor of social work, co-authored “When Doing the Right Thing Feels Wrong: Moral Distress Among Child Welfare Caseworkers” in Children and Youth Services Review.

Pimbucha Rusmevichientong, assistant professor of public health; Jessica Jaynes, assistant professor of mathematics; and Laura Chandler, assistant professor of public health, co-authored “Understanding Influencing Attributes of Adolescent Snack Choices: Evidence From a Discrete Choice Experiment” in Food Quality and Preference.

Nicole Seymour, associate professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics, co-authored “Contemporary Cli-Fi and Indigenous Futurisms” with Briggetta Pierrot ’19 (B.A. English) in the winter 2020 issue of Departures in Critical Qualitative Research.

Yuying Tsong, professor of human services, co-authored “Explaining the Alcohol Immigrant Paradox: Perspectives From Mexican American Adults” in the Journal of Latinx Psychology.

Phil Weir-Mayta, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders, co-authored a new study “Incorporating IPE (Interprofessional Education) and Standardized Patients Into Graduate Speech-Language Pathology Training” in Cogent Medicine.

Steve Westbrook, associate professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics, co-authored a creative writing handbook titled “Beyond Craft: An Anti-Handbook for Creative Writers” with James Ryan ’12 (M.A. English).


Nathan T. Carr, professor of modern languages and literatures and TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) coordinator, has been selected by the English Language Specialist Program in the U.S. Department of State as one of 30 former specialists who have made a lasting impact on the program and the TESOL field. Related: Educator Takes Part in State Department Program

Terri Snyder, chair and professor of American studies, had the book she co-authored, “As If She Were Free: A Collective Biography of Women and Emancipation in the Americas,” selected as a Best Black History Book of 2020 by Black Perspectives, the African American Intellectual History Society’s blog. 

Related: Black Women Fighting for Freedom: Professor’s New Book Features 24 Stories

The CSUF Grand Central Art Center exhibition catalog, “Regionalia,” received accolades in the 29th annual Museum Publications Design Competition presented by the American Alliance of Museums. “Regionalia” was recognized for its “overall design excellence, creativity and ability to express an institution’s personality, mission or special features.” The catalog features text from Karen Stocker, professor of anthropology, and a foreword by John D. Spiak, Grand Central Art Center director/chief curator. 

Karen Lindell