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Volume 60, Number 13    November 5, 2012         

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Health Education
Professor of Health Education and Director of the Institute for Holistic Health Studies Adam Burke presented a paper, "Advancing national prevention priorities through undergraduate general education courses," at the International Congress for Educators in Complementary and Integrative Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC, October 25, 2012.

Professor of Health Education Erik Peper and Assistant Professor of Health Education Richard Harvey co-presented the poster, "Make Health Happen: A model university class where students learn lifelong skills to improve their health status such fitness, increase energy, stop smoking, and overcome trichotillomania," at the 2012 meeting of American Public Health Association in San Francisco on Oct. 29.

Professor and Chair of Health Education Mary Beth Love presented the paper she co-authored, "Metro Academies Initiative: Improving Educational Achievement is a Public Health Issue," at 2012 meeting of the American Public Health Association in San Francisco on Oct. 29.

Professor Emeritus of History William Issel's book, Church and State in the City: Catholics and Politics in Twentieth-Century San Francisco, was published by Temple University Press in October.

Associate Professor of Psychology Chris Wright authored a paper titled "Why Are Manhole Covers Round? A Laboratory Study of Reactions to Puzzle Interviews," which was published online on Oct. 15 in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

Urban Studies
Assistant Professor of Urban Studies Jasper Rubin's book, A Negotiated Landscape: The Transformation of San Francisco's Waterfront Since 1950, was awarded the 2012 book prize from the International Planning History Society in July at their 15th conference in Sao Paolo, Brazil.


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