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Awards and Honors

University Honors Faculty for Dedication to Teaching
by Pamela Mclaren and Elizabeth Martin

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From Dateline February 27, 2003

Mildred Donoghue, Jerry Samuelson and President Gordon
Service to Learning Cal State Fullerton honored those who teach during a special recognition event held last week at El Dorado Ranch. Among the honorees were Mildred Donohue and Jerry Samuelson, who have been a part of the campus community for 40 years.

Cal State Fullerton honored faculty members for their dedicated years of service at a special awards ceremony held Feb. 20 at El Dorado Ranch. Among the honorees were two faculty members who have served with the university for 40 years: Mildred Donoghue, professor of elementary and bilingual education, and Jerry Samuelson, dean of the College of the Arts and professor of art.

Donoghue joined the campus in 1962 and was heavily involved in the development of the Elementary Education Department. A noted author, her textbook The Child and the English Language Arts, is now in its fifth edition. Thanks to her generosity, the university opened the Donoghue Children's Literature Center in the Pollak Library in spring 2001. She also has funded two scholarships - one for students pursuing a master's degree in education with a concentration in elementary curriculum and instruction, and the other for continuing elementary education students pursuing a multiple-subject credential.

Samuelson has served the campus community for four decades in several capacities, including that of charter director of the Main Art Gallery, chair of the Art Department from 1967 to 1975 and dean of the College of the Arts since 1975. He also served as a member of the CSU Arts Advisory Council to the Chancellor in 1984 and as an adviser to the chancellor from 1985-88. He is a founding board member of Orange County's Pacific Symphony Orchestra. During his tenure as dean, he has overseen the birth of the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana and has been a driving force for the construction of the Performing Arts Center that breaks ground this spring.

Recognized for 35 years of service is Sandra Sutphen, director of the Faculty Development Center and professor of political science. Sutphen has served as chair of the Academic Senate; was founding coordinator of the Women's Studies Program and held the position during the period in which the new degree was created. She also was chair of the Political Science Department and director of the university's reaccreditation self-study effort. Her efforts in emergency management include authorship of a 24-page manual to helpOrange County residents prepare for earthquakes.

Those recognized for three decades of service to the university are: Keith Boyum, associate vice president for academic and international programs and professor of political science; P. Chris Cozby, professor of psychology; Ronald Hughes, professor of sociology; John Ibson, professor of American studies; Craig Ihara, professor of philosophy; Hilla Israely, associate professor of sociology; Carolyn Johnson, associate professor of communications; Judith Kandel, professor of biological science; Roger Nanes, professor of physics; Gangadharappa Nanjundappa, Rae Newton and Lorraine Prinsky, professors of sociology; Norman Page, professor of speech com- munication; Jacob Pandian, professor of anthropology; Chennareddy Reddy, professor of electrical engineering; Roberta Rikli, dean of the College of Human Development and Community Service and professor of kinesiology and health promotion; Lloyd Rodgers, professor of music; Sohan Sihota, professor of information systems and decision sciences; Vera Simone, professor of political science; Barbara Weightman, professor of geography; Stanley Woll, professor of psychology; and James Woodward, professor of history.

Honored for 25 years of service are: Wendell Crow, chair and professor of communications; Richard Deming, professor of chemistry and biochemistry; David Fromson, associate dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and professor of biological science; Susan Hallman, chair and professor of theatre and dance; Brian Kleiner and Elliott Kushell, professors of management; Maria Linder, professor of chemistry and biochemistry; Alana Northrop, professor of political science; J. Gordon Paine, professor of music; Barry Pasternack, chair and professor of information systems and decision sciences; Anil Puri, dean of the College of Business and Economics and professor of economics; Kenneth Ravizza, professor of kinesiology and health promotion; Randy Swad, professor of accounting; Laurance Timm, professor of music; and Robert Zimmer, professor of marketing.

Recognition was given to those who have served on the campus for 20 years. They are: Maqsood Chaudhry, associate professor of electrical engineering; John Clymer, professor of electrical engineering; David Falconer, associate dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science and associate professor of computer science; Albert Flores, professor of philosophy; Gamini Gunawardane, professor of management; Alexander MacKenzie, associate professor of theatre and dance; Teresa Malinowski and Debora Richey, librarians, technical services; Todd Miller, professor of music; and Mostafa Shiva, professor of electrical engineering.
President Gordon, Sandra Sutphen andRoger Albers
President Milton A. Gordon, center, congratulates Sandra Sutphen, professor of political science and director of the Faculty Development Center, for 35 years of service during an awards ceremony honoring faculty members. Joining in the festivities is Sutphen's husband, Roger Albers.

Honorees for 15 years of service are: Victor Brajer, associate professor of economics; Ning Chen, chair and professor of computer science; Harriet Edwards, associate professor of mathematics; William Haddad, chair and professor of history; Mahamood Hassan, professor of accounting; Kathleen Koser, chair and associate professor of kinesiology and health promotion; Dana Lamb, professor of art; Karen Messer, professor of mathematics; Hossein Moini, professor of mechanical engineering; Mark Runco, professor of child and adolescent studies; Linda Stanton, professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics; Bradley Starr, professor of comparative religion; Robert Voeks, professor of geography; and Gayle Vogt, lecturer in business writing.

Recognized for a decade of service: Martin Bonsangue, professor of mathematics; Bryan Cantley and Jade Jewett, associate professors of art; C. Jessie Jones, professor of kinesiology and health promotion; Mikyong Kim-Goh, associate professor of human services; Chiranjeev Kohli, professor of marketing; Patricia Laguna, associate professor of kinesiology and health promotion; Yuming Li, professor of finance; Michael McGee, associate professor of art; John Mearns, associate professor of psychology; Maijian Qian, associate professor of mathematics; Shay Sayre, professor of communications; Shari Starrett, associate professor of philosophy; Yuan Ting, professor of political science; Hazel Warlaumont, associate professor of communications; and Jan Weiner, associate professor of special education.

And those honored for five years with the university are: Rhonda Allen, assistant professor of criminal justice; Sandra Banack, associate professor of biological science; Jon Bruschke, associate professor of speech communication; John Carroll, assistant professor of geography; Amybeth Cohen, assistant professor of biological science; Linda Fraser, lecturer in business writing; Juan Carlos Gallego, associate professor of foreign languages and literatures; Bruce Goodrich, assistant professor of theatre and dance; John Hickok and Jie Tain, senior assistant librarians, technical services; Kristi Kanel, assistant professor of human services; Robert Kersey and Debra Rose, professors of kinesiology and health promotion; Kevin Meehan, assistant professor of criminal justice; David Shepard, assistant professor of counseling; Terri Snyder, associate professor of liberal studies; James Taulli, assistant professor of theatre and dance; Evelyn Weisman, assistant professor of elementary and bilingual education; and Diane Witmer, associate professor of communications.

 

 

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