Our faculty members participate in conferences around the world, conduct groundbreaking research, and publish books and journal papers that contribute to their field and highlight their expertise. We feature those accomplishments and more in this section.
College of Education
Anthony Normore, professor emeritus of school leadership in graduate education, delivered the Walter D. Cocking Lecture at the International Council of Professors of Educational Leadership and the Educational Leaders Without Borders conference in July 2019 at Soka University of America in Aliso Viejo, CA. Normore’s presentation was titled “Human Rights, Civil Rights and Democracy in Context of Educational Leadership for Global Literacy.”
College of Arts and Humanities
Assistant Professor of Art Devon Tsuno’s latest work Topaz Watershed (2017-2019) was among those featured in “Through Places” at the PØST Kamikaze hosted at the MiM Gallery in Los Angeles on July 12. Tsuno writes that this wall paper “is the desert grounds of the Tsuno family home at the American concentration camp at Topaz Utah. Scorching hot and dry you can see the harsh light, rusty nails, rock pathway, and remnants of my family barrack embedded in the dry mud where 8,130 people drank from wells to survive high desert incarceration.”
Scott Morris, classical guitarist and chair of the music department, and saxophonist and music faculty Chika Inoue, performed as the duet Chika and Scott at the Festival Internacional de la Guitarra on Aug. 3 in Granada, Spain, as part of the CSU Summer Arts study abroad program. Scott also directed a recital performed by CSU Summer Arts alumni on Aug. 9.
College of Business Administration and Public Policy
Nancy Deng, associate professor of information systems, co-authored the research paper “Government Employees and their use of Digital Government.” The paper was accepted for publication and presentation at the Americas Conference of Information Systems 2019, Aug. 15-17, in Cancun, Mexico. The research examines what contributes to the success of e-government websites in the United States, through an empirical analysis that surveyed government employees about their use of these websites.
Recent quotes and/or interviews in the media from faculty
“Unbalanced relationships where one person expects too much and thinks their partner must meet those expectations to prove that they love them” is when things get tricky, Palmer says. “No one wants a relationship that comes with a list of chores,” –Beverly Palmer, former CSUDH psychology professor, was the featured expert for the Women’s Health article “What It Really Means If Your Love Language Is “Acts Of Service.”
“[Consumers] should not only track their daily spending, but also log their purchases before they actually make the transaction so they fully realize the amount of money they are spending. In addition, consumers may not be focusing on the interest rates that they are paying on their credit cards and instead focusing on the proportion of the balance they are paying off.” –Jennifer Brodmann, assistant professor of finance, was interviewed for the WalletHub.com promotional article “2019’s States with the Highest and Lowest Credit Card Depts.”