Category Archives: Mathematics

Geological Sciences professor Graham Andrews recognized as "Exceptional Reviewer" by top scientific journal

Graham AndrewsGeological Sciences professor Dr. Graham Andrews was recognized by the Geological Society of America as an “Exceptional Reviewer” for the journal GSA Bulletin.

For more information see:
http://www.geosociety.org/pubs/reviewers.htm

Article by Nursing Faculty Member Dr. Phyllis Heintz Featured in Career Development Quarterly

Phyllis Heintz

Heintz, P. (2012). “Work-Life Dilemmas Emerging from Lesbian Executives’ Narratives.” Career Development Quarterly, 60(2). More information. In 2012, Dr. Heintz became the Assistant Professor of the  Endowed Chair in Gerontology and is the RN to BSN Completion Program Director for the Department of Nursing.

Geology and Anthropology faculty and student publish paper on the geochemical characterization of archaeological obsidian samples from the Coso Volcanic Field.

Jeremiah J. Remus, Jennifer L. Gottfried, Russell S. Harmon, Anne Draucker, Dirk Baron, and Robert Yohe. (2010). “Archaeological applications of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy: an example from the Coso Volcanic Field, California, using advanced statistical signal processing analysis.”
Applied Optics, Vol. 49, Issue 13, pp. C120-C131 (2010).

More information.