Cindy Chen and Jasmine Yur-Austin, Finance, published an article titled “Re-measuring Agency Costs: The Effectiveness of Block holders” in the Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Vol. 47, 2007, 588-601.
Karen Clippinger, Dance, presented a paper titled “Working with Dancers with Scoliosis” and a poster presentation titled “Creating a Dance Science Option in a University Setting” at the International Congress on Dance Medicine and Science. This conference was held at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra, Australia. She later presented a workshop titled “Alignment and Posture” for Pilates and fitness instructors in Canberra, Sydney and Auckland, New Zealand.
John Jung, Psychology, was the invited speaker on Jan. 19 at the Lake Havasu City, Ariz., Writers’ Group on his book, Chinese Laundries: Tickets to Survival on Gold Mountain, followed by a writer’s workshop on “The Pros and Cons of Print on Demand Publishing.”
Gerald Locklin, English, recently saw the display in whole of Chapbook No. 60 from Zerx Press, which includes Locklin’s “Thank You, Dave: A Brubeck Tribute and Anymore Than We Knew You Could, by Mark Weber,” on the French Web site www.metropolis.
Kent Richmond, English and American Language Program, has published an English language learning textbook, Inside Reading 4: The Academic Word List in Context, with Oxford University Press.
Michelle Saint-Germaine, Student Services, recently had her new book titled Women Legislators in Central America published by the University of Texas Press with co-author Cynthia Chavez Metoyer.
Patty Seyburn, English, recently saw her third book of poems titled Hilarity win the 2008 Green Rose Prize given by New Issues Press based at Western Michigan University. Hilarity is scheduled to be published in the spring of 2009. The prize includes publication and $2,000.
Debra Whittaker, Philosophy, spoke at the Eastern Division Conference of the American Philosophical Association on Dec. 30, on the topic “Philosophy for Children at Cal State Long Beach.” It was part of a panel titled “Philosophy Undergraduates as Philosophy Teachers: Rationales and Benefits.” She also had an article titled “Integrating Philosophy for Children and Young Adults into the Public Schools: Tales from Long Beach, California” published in Theory and Research in Education in November. The article was co-written by former CSULB faculty member Sara Goering, now teaching at the University of Washington.