April 29, 2002 Vol. VI, No. 15
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Educational Policies Committee
Meets 2-4 p.m. Wed., May 1 in University Hall 211.
Academic Technology Committee
Meets 2-4 p.m. Fri., May 3 in Oviatt Library, third floor, room 372.
University Planning and Budget Group
Meets 1:30-3:30 p.m. Mon., May 13 in University Hall 211.
Honored Faculty Reception
The university will honor full- and part-time faculty members who have been employed at the university for 25 years, emeritus professors, and various faculty award winners at the Honored Faculty reception breakfast from 9-11:30 a.m. Thu., May 16 in the University Student Union Grand Salon. The 2002 Faculty Senate officers will be installed. fmi-x3263.
Section 600 Revision
President Jolene Koester has approved a revision of Section 600-a revision of Article 635.1 and renumbering of Article 635.1 to 635.2-as recommended by the Faculty Senate on Thu., March 14.
Dept. Chair Appointment
Provost Louanne Kennedy has announced the appointment of Gregory Velazco y Trianosky as chair of the Philosophy Department, effective Wed., Aug. 21, 2002, for a three-year term.
Mary Cleary Passes
Mary Cleary, the wife of former Cal State Northridge President James Cleary, passed away Wednesday, April 24, in Boise, Idaho. Mrs. Cleary will be cremated and a funeral mass will be held on Wed., May 22, in Boise, followed by a memorial service.
During James Cleary's 23-year tenure as university president, Mary Cleary was a vibrant presence on the campus, contributing much to the university and the presidency. She was an avid bridge player, a gracious host, a good friend to faculty, students, staff, administrators and alumni, and an enthusiastic and committed member of the University Women's Club. She also was a woman of enormous faith who attended Mass every Sunday.
After President Cleary's retirement, the couple moved to Boise to be close to their grandchildren. Mrs. Cleary had been struggling with cancer for many years and, during periods of remission, she was able to travel with Dr. Cleary, visiting friends in countries all around the world.
Mrs. Cleary is survived by her husband and two daughters, Colleen and Janet, and two granddaughters by Janet, Megan and Anna. A third daughter, Patricia, passed away in 2000, also of cancer.
Dr. Cleary served as the university's president from 1969 through 1992. The university community owes a great debt to James and Mary Cleary for their work in guiding and building the campus during a period of tremendous growth and change.
The Family Environmental Sciences Department's student organization for apparel design and fashion merchandising, TRENDS, is hosting its annual Fashion Show at 12:30 p.m. Tue., April 30 in the University Student Union courtyard. Admission is free.
Physics & Astronomy Colloquia
The Physics and Astronomy Dept. is hosting the following colloquia in Science 1, first floor, room 124, starting with refreshments at 3:30 p.m. and the colloquium from 3:45-5 p.m.:
- Wed., May 1: "Splitting the Electron" with lecturer Leon Balents from UC Santa Barbara.
- Wed., May 8: "Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopic Studies of High-Temperature Superconductors" with lecturer Nai-Chang Yeh from the California Institute of Technology.
Geological Sciences Lecture
The Geological Sciences Department and the Geology Club are hosting a lecture titled "Remediation and Clean-
Up of the Sagamore Lens Aquifer, Cape Cod, Massachusetts" at noon on Wed., May 1, in Science Building 1, second floor, room 231. Dan Miller, CSUN alumnus from the Massachusetts Military Reservation, will be the guest speaker.
Police Interrogation Lecture
The Center for the Study of Crime and Criminal Justice is sponsoring a lecture as part of its Brown Bag Colloquium Series titled "Police Interrogation, False Confessions and Miscarriages of Justice." 1-2 p.m. Wed., May 1 in Sierra Hall, the Whitsett Room, fourth floor, room 451. Richard Leo, associate professor of criminology, law and society at UC Irvine, will be the guest speaker. fmi-Sociology Department, x3591.
Meet the Judges Forum
The Political Science Department is sponsoring the "Meet the Judges Forum: Cross-Examine Your Los Angeles County Judges" from 7-9 p.m. Wed., May 1 in the University Student Union Grand Salon. A panel of 14 judges from the Van Nuys and San Fernando Superior Courts and a representative from the San Fernando Valley Bar Association will answer questions from the audience about the operation of the court system and the role and responsibilities of judges. Admission is free.
The Anthropology Department, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the College of Humanities and the Bess Lomax Hawes Student Folklore Archive are presenting a lecture titled "Telling South Asian American Lives." 4 p.m. Thu., May 2 in Sierra Hall, the Whitsett Room, fourth floor, room 451. The lecturer will be Kirin Narayan, professor of anthropology and South Asian studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. fmi-Karol Chew, x3331.
Marilyn Magaram Center Films
As part of its Brown Bag Film Series, the Marilyn Magaram Center presents "Phytochemicals" and "Food Safety" from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Mon., May 6 and 2-3 p.m. Thu., May 9 in Sequoia Hall, first floor, room 112. Admission is free. fmi-x3102.
China Institute Lecture
The Center for China Finance and Business Research and The China Institute are hosting a lecture titled "Economic Reform and Human Resource Management in China." 3-5 p.m. Tue., May 7 in the Business Building, fourth floor, room 4117. Shuming Zhao, dean of the School of Business at Nanjing University, will be the speaker. fmi-Chao Chen, x4622 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ITR is offering the following workshops that will be held in the Oviatt Library garden level, room 30, Windows NT lab:
- Using the Campus WebMail System
3-4:30 p.m. Tue., April 30.
- Access 2000 for Beginners
2-4:30 p.m. Wed., May 1.
Ruth Lencione Fellowship
The Family Environmental Sciences Department is offering the Ruth Lencione Fellowship open to undergraduate and graduate students who wish to work with young children and their families. The award is $6,000 for the two-semester fellowship.
Ruth Lencione was a former chair of communicative disorders at Syracuse University. After her retirement there, she became a part-time faculty member at Northridge until her death in 1986. Applications for the fellowship are due before Sat., June 15. Brochures and applications are available from the Family Environmental Sciences office, Sequoia Hall, first floor, room 141 or call x3051.
Fulbright Scholar Awards
Each year the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) offers more than 800 awards in some 135 countries to faculty, professionals, teachers and students, to teach and conduct research or study abroad. Applications and information booklets for the 2003-2004 awards are available in the Graduate Studies, Research and International Programs Office (GRIP), University Hall, second floor, room 265. Due date for Fulbright Awards is Thu., Aug. 1.
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