Two Cal State Fullerton faculty members have recently had work published:
“Biometrics in a Data Driven World: Trends, Technologies and Challenges” was edited by assistant professor of information systems and decision sciences Sinjini Mitra and associate professor of computer science Mikhail Gofman
“Latino City: Urban Planning, Politics and the Grassroots” by associate professor of Chicana and Chicano studies Erualdo R. González
CSUF President Mildred García recently bestowed emeritus status to the following university staff members:
University archivist and special collections librarian Sharon Perry for 46 years of service
Student Health and Counseling Center staff physician Son Do for 33 years of service
CSU presidential assistant Cheri von Mirbach for 33 years of service
Administrative support coordinator Connie Bryant for 31 years of service
Art professor’s work on display
The artwork of CSUF assistant professor of art Rebecca Campbell is on display in Cal Lutheran University’s Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture.
The exhibit, “Rebecca Campbell: You Are Here” features portraits of local female artists.
Campbell will lead two special demonstration on portrait painting at the gallery on Tuesday (March 7) from 10 a.m. to noon and from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Cal Lutheran University is at 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks.
Campbell’s art will be on display through April 6. Admission is free.
Professor recognized by National Science Foundation
CSUF assistant professor of physics Geoffrey Lovelace was recently honored by the National Science Foundation.
Lovelace was chosen to receive the foundation’s Early CAREER Award, which highlights early career faculty members who have shown signs of being academic role models in research and education.
He will receive $400,000 for a five-year project titled “CAREER: Computational Gravitational-Wave Science and Education in the Era of First Observations.”