Volume 53, Number 10 October 17, 2005
The list of faculty tenure and promotions is available at: www.sfsu.edu/~news/cmemo/fall05/promotions05.htm
Academic Senate meets Tuesday
The Academic Senate will meet from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday in the Nob Hill Room of the Seven Hills Conference Center. Members of the campus community are welcome.
Agenda items include: proposed guidelines for the sixth cycle of academic program review; a proposed revision to the fall 2006 academic calendar to include Veteran's Day observance; and draft guidelines for the external review of graduation requirements.
In memoriam: John Lynch
John Joseph Lynch, emeritus professor of elementary education, died Sept. 12 in Oakland. He was 72.
A native San Franciscan, Lynch graduated from SF State in 1955. He was class valedictorian. After serving in the U.S. Army and teaching in the Laguna Salada Elementary School District, Lynch joined SF State as a faculty member in elementary education in 1962 and was assigned to the Frederic Burk School, the college's laboratory school. He later served as associate dean of the College of Education and assistant to the provost.
Lynch also served as supervisor of Peace Corps volunteer teachers in Liberia. He was awarded emeritus status in 1991.
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ambassador Joseph Wilson speaks
Tickets are $12 for the general public and $8 for SFSU students (with ID). For tickets, call (800) 594-8499 or visit: http://aspa-sfsu.org/
The event is sponsored by A.S. Performing Arts.
freedom, politics and society
The event is sponsored by the Academic Freedom Committee of the Academic Senate.
health care system
Panelists include: James Quesada, Anthropology; Marianna Ferreira, Anthropology; Mary Beth Love, Health Education; Vivian Chavez, Health Education; Rafael Diaz, Human Sexuality Studies; Rita Melendez, Human Sexuality Studies; Diane Harris, Psychology; and Felix Kury, Raza Studies.
For details, visit: http://bss.sfsu.edu
The event is sponsored by the History Department and College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Dean Joel J. Kassiola.
The CLAER program helps the relatives and friends of San Francisco residents who have become victims of street violence.
The event is sponsored by the Foreign Languages and Literatures Department.
The event is sponsored by the Friends of the J. Paul Leonard Library and the History and English departments.
in Iraq forum
Panelists include history faculty members Tony D'Agostino, Jerry Combs, Bill Issel and Jules Tygiel. Maziar Behrooz, assistant professor of history, will provide comments.
and founding new governments
The event is sponsored by the Critical Social Thought Program; the Philosophy, Humanities and Political Science departments; and the Global Peace Studies program.
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