Volume 58, Number 6 September 20, 2010
Zoe Cardoza Clayson
Her recent projects included work on the Agricultural Workers Health Initiative, the Centerforce Women’s HIV/AIDS education project, and climate change education in collaboration with the Hanoi School of Public Health in Vietnam. In May, her creative approach to visualizing research, storytelling, engagement of the community, and respect for the community’s wisdom was recognized with the InVision 2010 Pioneers Award: Changing How We See. Most recently, Clayson was awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship and had planned on going to Vietnam next year. A memorial service will be held in the Vista Room between 4 and 6 p.m. on Sept. 28. To learn how to make a contribution in her name, contact the Health Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 5-3969.
Linenthal's poetry was published in two volumes, "Growing Light" (1979) and "The Man I Am Watching" (1987), and in various literary magazines. He was director of the Poetry Center from 1966 to 1972 and testified on Allen Ginsberg's behalf during the obscenity trial over the poem "Howl." Linenthal was previously married to fiction writer Alice Adams and later Frances Pain (aka Frances Jaffer), a feminist scholar and poet who passed away in 1998. He is survived by his son Peter, and stepsons Lincoln Pain, Duncan Pain and Louis Pain. A celebration of Linenthal's life is planned for January 2011. For information on how to make donations in his memory, visit the Poetry Center website at www.sfsu.edu/~poetry/
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