John Jung, professor emeritus of psychology, was honored during the Asian Pacific American Historical Society’s “Day of Inclusion” celebration on Dec. 17, 2013, for his 30-plus years as an educator and researcher, and for his community service with Chinese American communities to document the history and heritage of early immigrants’ lives as laundrymen, grocers, merchants and laborers with a focus on Chinese American experiences in the South.
Elizabeth Kenneday-Corathers, professor emerita from the Colleges of the Arts and Liberal Studies as well as an LBSU liberal arts alumna, received a 2012-13 CSU Emeriti Retired Faculty Association grant for a multifaceted, collaborative art installation called “The Repository of Wonders.”
Gerald Locklin, professor emeritus of English, had his poems “Where Have You Gone, T.S. Eliot?” and “Shoes to Fill, or Don’t Make Me Laugh” published by Silver Birch Press in fall 2013. On Jan. 25, he gave a reading, along with Wendy Rainey and Shannon Phillips, at Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center in Venice, Calif.
Greta Nagel, professor emerita of teacher education, is the founding director of the Museum of Teaching and Learning, which was selected as a national winner of the 2013 Award of Merit by the American Association for State and Local History for its exhibit, “A Class Action: The Grassroots Struggle for School Desegregation in California.”