Professor of Chinese Charles Egan wrote, "Clouds Thick, Whereabouts Unknown: Poems by Zen Monks of China," published this summer by Columbia University Press.
Associate Professor of Economics Anoshua Chaudhuri's co-authored chapter, "Gender Differences in Healthcare Utilization in Later Life," was recently published in the "Handbook of Gender and Healthcare" (edited by Ellen Kuhlman and Ellen Annandale and published by Palgrave).
Associate Professor of International Business Bruce Heiman co-authored "Problem Finding and Solving -- a Knowledge-Based View of Managing Innovation," published in "Intellectual Capital and Technological Innovation: Knowledge-Based Theory and Practice."
Heiman also co-authored the chapter, "Governing Knowledge Creation: A Problem-Finding and Problem-Solving Perspective," published in "Knowledge Governance: Multi-Discliplinary Perspectives," by Oxford University Press.
Assistant Professor of International Business Lihua Wang wrote, "Ownership, Size, and the Formal Structure of Organizations: Evidence from U.S. Public and Private Firms, which was published in "Industrial and Corporate Change."
Professor of International Business Nini Yang wrote the chapter, "The Work-Family Relationship in China: Cultural Traditions, Socioeconomic Changes, and Policy Implications," which was published in the book, "Balancing Work and Family: A Practical Guide to Help Organizations Meet the Global Workforce Challenge."
Assistant Professor of Marketing Minu Kumar's paper "Consumer Value of Design and its Measure" won Best Paper in Conference at the annual Summer American Marketing Association (AMA) conference in Boston, held August 13-16.
An article co-authored by Kumar, titled "Aesthetic Principles and Cognitive Emotion Appraisals: How Much of the Beauty Lies in the Eye of the Beholder?" has been published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology.
Associate Professor of Nursing Grace Hardie authored the manuscript, "Ethnic Differences in Methacholine Responsiveness and World Descriptors in African Americans, Hispanic-Mexican Americans, Asian-Pacific Islanders, and Whites," which was published in the Journal of Asthma in May.
Recreation, Parks and Tourism
Associate Professor of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Nina Roberts is featured in an Anza Exhibit, on display in the Martinez Adobe on the property of the John Muir National Historic Site.
Professor of Political Science Sujian Guo co-edited two new books: "Thirty Years of China-U.S. Relations: Analytical Approaches and Contemporary Issues" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2010) and "Environmental Protection Policy and Experience in the U.S. and China's Western Regions" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2010).