Chris Lundstrom, Cross Country, won the 27th annual Napa Valley Marathon
held in March. His time was 2:23:42.
Behavioral and Social Sciences
William Issel, History, Kenneth Burt of the California Federation of
Teachers, and Don Watson of the ILWU discussed their newly published
anthology, American Labor and the Cold War: Grassroots Politics
and Postwar Political Culture, on April 5 at the Berkeley Public Library.
Teachers, Counselors: Stories from the Frontlines of Public Service,
by Michael Musheno, Criminal Justice, and Steven Maynard-Moody,
won the 2005 Outstanding Book Award in Public Administration and Policy
from the American Society of PublicAdministration. The book was published
by University of Michigan Press in 2003.
Yukihiro Goto, Theater Arts, directed the The University of Pittsburgh
Repertory Theatre's production of "Rashomon," which ran Feb. 16-27.
Theatre Arts, performed in the Marin Theatre Co. production of William
Inge's "Bus Stop," which ran through
In April, Stan Goldberg, Special Education, was awarded
first place in the non-fiction category at the 16th Annual Jack London
for his book Living in The Elephant's Footprint. Ready
to Learn: How to Help Your Pre-Schooler Succeed by Goldberg was
recently published by Oxford University Press.
Felix Kury, Raza Studies, presented a comparative analysis of health
care in Cuba and the United States to Latino medical students on Feb.
28 at University of California, San Francisco. He presented a lecture
on the effects of trauma and war on the 25th anniversary of the assassination
of Archbishop Romero of El Salvador to the same group on March 7. Kury was presented with a Certificate of Honor signed by San Francisco Mayor
Gavin Newsom on March 5.
Health and Human Services
"Prevent Computer Related Symptoms with Micro-breaks: A Biofeedback Derived
Systems Approach " by co-authors Erik Peper and Katherine
Holistic Healing Studies/ Health Education, was published in the January
issue of Rehab & Therapy Products Review. "Group Training with
Healthy Computing Practices to Prevent Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI):
A Preliminary Study" by Peper was published in a recent issue of
Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.
The Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives received a special award
April 13 at the Northern California Book Awards in honor of its 50th
the Names, a book of poems by Maxine Chernoff, Creative Writing,
was recently published by Apogee Press.
and Professional Writing, presented "What
Matters Most: A Free-standing Professional Writing Program's Institutional
Fit" and "It Ain't English" at the annual Conference on
College Composition and Communication held March 16-19 in San Francisco.
Philosophy, gave a keynote address on "The American
Soul" on April 13 at the Public Affairs Conference at Southwest
Missouri State University.
Street, a book of poetry and prose by Toni Mirosevich,
Creative Writing, was recently published by WordTechCommunications.
The book was
runner up for the 2004 Custom Words Poetry Prize.