Adjunct Professor of Meteorology Jan Null co-authored "Wind Power: The Ultimate Renewable Energy," the cover story for the July/August issue of Weatherwise magazine.
Professor and Chair of the Department of Counseling, Robert C. Chope was inducted into the H.B. McDaniel Hall of Fame at Stanford University on June 21. The prestigious honor recognized him for a lifetime of contributions to counseling and counseling education.
Professor Erik Peper of the Institute for Holistic Healing Studies/ Department of Health Education co-authored "The use of biofeedback for movement therapists and physical therapists," which was published in the German publication "Beweegreden." He also delivered the invited keynote address, "Biofeedback Certification: What, how, who and where," and the invited lecture, "Healthy Computing" at the 36th Annual meeting of the Japanese Biofeedback Society, June 28 and 29, Kansai Medical Center, Osaka, Japan.
Assistant Professor of Management Denise Kleinrichert presented the paper "Smith & Pareto: Is Economic Chivalry Dead? A Neoclassical Socioeconomic View" at the Social and Environmental Aspects in Business (SEABUS) Summer Academy in Berlin, on June 20, 2008.
Design and Industry
Associate Professor of Design and Industry Martin Linder presented, "Technologies and Rituals that Impact Collaborative Work for the Knowledge Worker" at the Neocon Furniture Conference in Chicago on June 11.
Theatre Arts Lecturer Mark Jackson directed "Yes, Yes to Moscow" at the San Francisco International Arts Festival held in May and June. Jackson also wrote and performed in the production.
Professor of Theatre Arts Joel Schechter gave a talk on "Messiahs of 1933" at the Jewish Community Center of the East Bay in Berkeley on July 15.
"Spatial Dissonance, Subjective Imagination and Locative Media: An Interview with Paula Levine" by Barbara Crow, was published in the spring 2008 edition of Wi: Journal of Mobile Media. Levine is an associate professor of art at SF State.
"Lewis deSoto: Tales of Power," an exhibition featuring works by Professor of Art Lewis deSoto was on display at the Gatehouse Gallery at the di Rosa Preserve in Napa from May 31 to July 17. A talk with deSoto was held at the gallery on June 26.
Philosophy Professor Emeritus Arthur Bierman gave the talk, "On Emplacement, Conceptual Logic, and the Square of Opposition" at the First International Congress of the Square of Opposition in Montreux, Switzerland, from June 1-3.