Cal State Fullerton faculty have participated in various presentations and published research on a variety of topics ranging from COVID-19’s impact on childhood obesity to how teaching microaggressions can promote cultural competencies in undergraduate students. These are the items submitted during February 2021.
Pablo Costa, professor of kinesiology, co-authored “Effects of Plyometric Training With Agility Ladder on Physical Fitness in Youth Soccer Players” in the International Journal of Sports Medicine.
Anthony DiStefano, professor of public health, co-authored “Initial Efficacy of a Community-Derived Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Latinx Parents and Their Children” in the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.
Phillip Gedalanga, assistant professor of public health, co-authored “Insights Into Enhanced Biodegradation of Sulfadimethoxine by Catalyst: Transcriptomic Responses and Free Radical Interactions” in Science of Total Environment.
Cindy Greenberg, professor of nursing and associate dean of the College of Health and Human Development, co-authored “When Pandemics Collide: The Impact of COVID-19 on Childhood Obesity” in the Journal of Pediatric Nursing.
Hunter Hargraves, associate professor of cinema and television arts, edited a forum titled “Tiger King, Stranger-Than-Fiction and the Insistence of Reality Television” published in Communication, Culture and Critique.
Tricia Kasamatsu, associate professor of kinesiology, co-authored “Documentation Practices of Athletic Trainers Employed in the Clinic, Physician Practice and Emerging Clinical Settings” in the Journal of Athletic Training.
Joyce Lin, assistant professor of child and adolescent studies, co-authored “The Relation Between Parent Ratings and Direct Assessments of Preschoolers’ Numeracy Skills” in Learning and Instruction.
Robert Lockie, associate professor of kinesiology, co-authored two articles: “Short-Term Blood Flow Restriction Increases Power Output and Bar Velocity During the Bench Press” in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research and “The 20-m Multistage Fitness Test and 2.4-km Run” in Strength and Conditioning Journal.
Michelle Martin, assistant professor of social work, published three works: “Introduction to Human Services: Through the Eyes of Practice Settings;” “Constructions of Race and Equity in a Suburban School: Teachers, School Social Workers and Other School Staff as Nepanthleras and Border Crossers” in Children and Schools; and a chapter titled “The Politicization of Cross-border Migration: The Case of Central Americans Seeking Political Asylum in the United States” in Quest for Refuge: Reception Responses from the Global North.
Michele Mouttapa, professor of public health, co-authored “Awareness of and Support for HPV Vaccination Among Pacific Islander Women in Southern California” in the Journal of Cancer Education.
Daniela Rubin, professor of kinesiology, co-authored “Efficacy of Metformin and Fermentable Fiber Combination Therapy in Adolescents With Severe Obesity and Insulin Resistance: Study Protocol for a Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial” in Trials journal.
Shawn Wang, professor of computer science, co-wrote “A Software Tool for Protein Sequence Alignment” in the International Journal of Bioinformatics Research and Applications.
Estela Zarate, professor of educational leadership, and Claudia G. Pineda, assistant professor of child and adolescent studies, co-authored “Teaching About Microaggressions to Promote Cultural Competencies Among Undergraduate Students” in Incorporating Diversity in Classroom Settings: Real and Engaging Examples for Various Psychology Courses.
Hunter Hargraves, associate professor of cinema and television arts, participated in a panel titled “Anti-Racist Film and Media Pedagogy” co-sponsored by Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Teaching Media (EDIT) and Console-ing Passions on Television, Video, Audio, New Media and Feminism.
Archana McEligot, professor of public health, discussed “Filling the Equity Gap in STEM Fields” on the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Shawn Wang, professor of computer science, served on a panel titled “Living in 2021 and Your Cyber Footprint” with Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva that discussed cybersecurity.
Toya Wyatt, professor of communication sciences and disorders, presented a webinar titled “Culturally Competent Speech-Language Services for Black Students in the Schools” for the 12th annual conference of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association of the Cal State Chico chapter.
Faculty and staff may submit publications, presentations and honors/awards for this monthly roundup at firstname.lastname@example.org.