Florence Alberts, a lecturer in the College of Business, will travel to Athens,
Greece, in October to speak at the International City Break Conference on
Business and Economic Research. She will be speaking on the transformation
of small business and its changing role in the global economy.
Professor of Creative Writing Toni Mirosevich's new book of nonfiction stories "Pink
Harvest" was published by Mid-List Press. The book was one of nine titles
selected to receive the publisher's "First Series Award" for creative
"Flavors of San Francisco," a solo exhibit featuring
the printmaking work of Barbara Foster, professor and chair of art, is
on display from Sept. 29 to Nov. 25 at Kings Art Center in Hanford, Calif.
"Some Other Day in the Garden," a
solo exhibit featuring work by Paul Mullins, assistant professor of
art, is on display at the Nathan
Larramendy Gallery in Ojai, Calif. through Oct. 14.