Vol 57 No. 18 : November, 2005
Vol 57 No. 18 | October 28, 2005
New Book Program Recognizes Honorees
Every academic year, the CSULB University Awards Committee designates persons to receive a variety of awards. Beginning with the 2004-05 award winners, the University Library will recognize this honor through the purchase of a book, DVD or CD bearing a bookplate with the name of the award winner. The item purchased is a title the winner has recommended as something they want to share with CSULB"s students today and in the future.
This year's honorees and their selections are:
Betsy Decyk (Philosophy) - Nicholas Perkins Hardeman Academic Leadership Award - The Complete Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson.
Jana Echevarria (Educational Psychology, Administration and Counseling) - Outstanding Professor Award - Class and Schools by Richard Rothstein.
Claire Martin (Romance/German/Russian Languages and Literature) - Outstanding Professor Award - Living to Tell the Tale (Vivir para Contarla) by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Ramses Toma (Family and Consumer Sciences) - Outstanding Professor Award -Understanding and Measuring the Shelf Life of Food by R. Steele.
Martha Dede (Graduate Center for Public Policy and Administration) - Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award - The New State: Group Organization - The Solution of Popular Government by Mary Parker Follett.
Kristine Zentgraf (Sociology) - Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award - Rancho California (Por Favor) directed/produced by John T. Caldwell.
Connie Evashwick (Health Care Administration Program) - Distinguished Faculty Scholarly and Creative Achievement Award - Lincoln on Leadership: Executive Strategies for Tough Times by Donald T. Phillips.
Kristine Forney (Music) - Distinguished Faculty Scholarly and Creative Achievement Award - Tielman Susato and the Music of His Time by Keith Polk, editor.
Kevin Kelley (Biological Sciences) - Distinguished Faculty Scholarly and Creative Achievement Award - Mammals of California by Jameson, E. W. and Hans J. Peeters.
Kevin Malotte (Health Science) - Distinguished Faculty Scholarly and Creative Achievement Award - Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell.
Andrew Mason (Biological Sciences) - Distinguished Faculty Scholarly and Creative Achievement Award - Metallothionein III: Biological Roles and Medical Implications by Kazuo T. Suzuki, M. Kimura and N. Imura.
Charleen Rice (Facilities Management) - Outstanding CSULB Staff Member - Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J. K. Rowling.
Carina Sass (Community Service Learning Center) - Staff Community Service Award - TBA.
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