Sexual Harassment Training
Mandatory for Faculty, Supervisors
A new series of sexual harassment prevention training workshops has been launched this quarter; and the online phase of training has been expanded to two hours. According to program coordinator Sheila Johnson, a workshop for faculty and supervisors dealing with students will be on Oct. 12. For answers to frequently asked questions go online <http://shpe.sa.ucsb.edu/FAQ.aspx
>. The sessions are free. State law requires training to be finished by Jan. 1, 2006.
HONORS & AWARDS
, professor of ecology, evolution, and marine
biology, has received the Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s
Cody Award in Ocean Sciences and its $10,000 prize, which recognizes
outstanding scientific achievement in oceanography, marine biology,
and Earth science.
, professor and chair of sociology, (left) and Leila
, professor and chair of women’s studies, have been
awarded the American Sociological Association’s 2005 sex and gender
section prize for their co-authored book “Drag Queens at the 801
, professor of Chicano studies and history, has
published “Padre” (Capra Press, 2005), an oral autobiography of
Father Virgil Cordano of the Santa Barbara Mission and witness to
more than 50 years of change in the Roman Catholic Church.
, associate professor of political science, has
written “Political Psychology in International Relations” (University
of Michigan Press, 2005), an explicit dissection of the role personality
plays in global politics that also offers tools for readers to make
their own analyses.
, former UCSB assistant chancellor and associate
chancellor at UC Santa Cruz, has been selected the interim executive
director of the UCSB Alumni Association. He retired in 1999 but
returned to service when Peter Steiner retired after leading the
alumni association for 15 years.
, a documentary filmmaker, has been named education
curator for the University Art Museum. Prior to her appointment,
she co-founded the Nepal Arts Preservation Association in Katmandu,