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Nearly 30 CSULB Faculty Members Retire

Retiring faculty members and Provost Don Para

                                                                           Photo by Victoria Sanchez 

Faculty who attended the Faculty Retirement Luncheon in May, from left:  Robert Hertz, Linda Callahan, Carmen Galang, Kathryn Deitch, Thomas Rhoads, Judy Smith, Dar-Biau Liu, Richard Celsi, Linda DeGuire, Provost Don Para and John Oliver.

Twenty-eight faculty members from seven colleges retired from CSULB in spring 2010. 

College of the Arts

  • Domenic Cretara (Art)
  • Elisabeth Hartung (Art)
  • Julia Miller (Art)
  • George Zebot (Art)

College of Business Administration

  • Richard Celsi (Marketing)
  • Sitikantha Mahapatra (Accountancy)
  • Thomas Rhoads (Legal Studies in Business)

College of Education

  • Ralph Matkin (Advanced Studies in Education and Counseling)

College of Engineering

  • Wayne Dick (Computer Engineering and Computer Science)
  • Min-Ten Jahn (Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering)
  • Dar-Biau Liu (Computer Engineering and Computer Science)
  • Chan-Feng Tsai (Civil Engineering and Construction Management)

College of Health and Human Services

  • Randall Beattie (Communicative Disorders)
  • Linda Callahan (Nursing)
  • Martha Dede (Public Policy and Administration)
  • Kathryn Deitch (Nursing)
  • Carmen Galang (Nursing)
  • John Oliver (Social Work)
  • Judy Smith (Nursing)
  • Sam Torres (Criminal Justice)

College of Liberal Arts

  • Darwin Hall (Economics)
  • Robert Hertz (Linguistics and English)
  • Dale Jorgenson (Psychology)
  • Davinder Singh (Economics)

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

  • Mohammad Anwar (Physics and Astronomy)
  • Linda DeGuire (Mathematics and Statistics)
  • Alfred Leung (Physics and Astronomy)
  • James Stein (Mathematics and Statistics)

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