Associate Professor of Anthropology Peter Biella won an American Anthropology Association photo competition. His photo, "Mama Toreto," was selected from 294 entries.
At the annual American Politics Group conference, held at Oxford University, Professor Emeritus of History Bill Issel presented a paper on the role of anti-Catholicism in the FBI's investigations of allegedly subversive individuals during World War II.
Senior Assistant Librarian Kendra Van Cleave published the article, "The Self-Study as an Information Literacy Program Assessment Tool," in the Dec. 2008 issue of College & Undergraduate Libraries.
Professor of Urban Studies and Planning Raquel Pinderhughes served as a moderator and panelist for the panel, "Green Policy and Practice: The Intersection of Business and Government," at Leadership San Francisco on Jan.15. She also served as a panelist for "Pathways out of Poverty through Green Collar Jobs: The Pinderhughes Training and Job Placement Model," at the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association's Making Energy Work Conference in Raleigh, N.C. on Feb. 3.