Volume 53, Number 17 December 12, 2005
and Social Sciences
Bernard Wong, Anthropology, presented "Chinese Cuisine and Chinese Restaurants in America: An Anthropological Study" at a conference on Chinese Cuisine outside China held Nov. 11-13 in Tainan, Taiwan. A version of the paper was published earlier this year in Japanese in "Chinese cuisine Around the World."
David Matsumoto, Psychology, is one of many coauthors of "National Character Does Not Reflect Mean Personality Trait Levels in 49 Cultures," published Oct. 7 in Science.
James Edwards, Design and Industry, received the Region 6 Outstanding Professor Award at the conference of the National Association of Industrial Technology held in November in St. Louis.
"Introduction to Video Production: Studio, Field, and Beyond" by Ronald J. Compesi, Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts, and alum Jaime S. Gomez was published in October by Allyn and Bacon.
Bill Nichols, Cinema, participated in a panel discussion on the role of documentary film in the United States on Nov. 12 as part of the University of Chicago Human Rights Program's annual film series.
Ruth Love, Administration and Interdisciplinary Studies, spoke at the Los Angeles Unified School District's Education Day held Oct. 6 in Los Angeles.
Health and Human Services
Susan Zieff, Kinesiology, presented "The 'Importance of Physical Activity': Interpreting Youth Involvement in Agita Sao Paulo" at the International Symposium on Sport Sciences held in Sao Paulo.
"Snickerdoodles in Hell," a play written by Michelle Carter, Creative Writing, was performed in June at the Abingdon Theater in New York. Her play "Ted Kaczynski Killed People With Bombs" was featured in the Summer Play Festival at the Clurman Theatre in New York.
Robert Glück, Creative Writing, was in residence at the Norton Island Residency Program For Writers and Artists in Maine in July. He will hold the Phipps Chair in Creative Writing at University of Denver in spring 2006.
Cristina Azocar, Journalism, was recognized by KQED in November as one of four local outstanding heroes for American Indian Heritage Month.
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