Vol 57 No. 8 : April 2005
Vol 57 No. 8 | Apr. 2005
Spring 2005 Women's Research Colloquium Scheduled for April 28
CSULB faculty members Alicia Doyle and Teri Yamada will be the featured speakers at the campus' Spring 2005 Women's Research Colloquium on Thursday, April 28, in The Karl W.E. Anatol Center.
Doyle, an assistant professor of music, will discuss “Digital Media and Medieval Manuscripts: 21st Century Musicology,” and Yamada, an associate professor of comparative world literature and classics, will present “Cambodians in Transition: From Phnom Penh to Long Beach, 1958-2005.”
The cost to attend the event is $20 for faculty, staff and guests, which includes a buffet dinner that will begin at 5:15 p.m. The presentations will begin at 6:15.
Presented by the President's Commission on the Status of Women, the Women's Research Colloquium was created in 1986 to highlight current research of CSULB women faculty and staff members. Founded through the joint efforts of the CSULB branch of California Women in Higher Education, the Women's Resource Center and the Office of University Research, the colloquium is an occasion for these researchers to present their work to the entire university community.
The colloquium is sponsored by the Office of University Research with assistance from the Women's Resource Center.
To reserve a seat or for more information, contact Kathleen DiVito of the CSULB English Department at 562/985-4215.
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