Sabbatical plans of the faculty for the academic year 2021-22


Seventy Cal State Fullerton faculty members were granted sabbaticals for publishing and art creation, class research and development during the period from Spring 2021 to Fall 2022 Three other faculty members were granted leave of absence for the difference in salary for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Spring 2021-Fall 2021

Christian hill, associate professor of art, “Awareness and guidance of future illustrators”

Sudarshan Kurwadkar, professor of civil and environmental engineering, “In-situ remediation of groundwater contaminants using super-activated carbon nanoparticles and permeable reactive barriers modified by powdered activated carbon”

Fall 2021

Michelle berelowitz, Social Services Speaker, “The Impact of COVID on Nonprofit Communities in Anaheim and Fullerton, Calif.”

Gulhan Bourget, Professor of Mathematics, “Withdrawal of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products from Sewage Treatment Plants in Southern California”

Margie Brown-Coronel, associate professor of history, “California Legacies, Popular Fantasies: the del Valle Family in Southern California, 1860-1940”

Kate burlingham, associate professor of history, “Race, religion and American ideology in Angola, 1880-1975”

Matthew Calarco, professor of philosophy, “The three ethologies”

Bryan cantley, art teacher, “Speculative Coolness”

Shana charles, Associate Professor of Public Health, “COVID-19 and American Federalism: How a virus revealed who we are”

Anthony davis, Copyright and Policy Librarian, Collection of initiatives for male success “(four months, 9 / 1-12 / 31)

Douglas Eernisse, professor of biological sciences, “Completion of the manuscripts on the systematic biology of chitons”

Koren fisher, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, “Developing a Curriculum-Based Certification Program for Senior Physical Activity Instructors”

Gagan Gosh, Associate Professor of Economics, “Stereotypes Through Sampling”

Ester González, Associate Professor of Information Systems and Decision Science, “First-Generation College Students (FGCS): The Use of Social Media and Its Impact on FGCS”

Janna kim, professor of childhood and adolescent studies, “Sexual Scripts for Young Women and No-Cost Writing Resources in Child and Adolescent Studies”

Chiranjeev Kohli, professor of marketing, “Alexa, buy me an SLR camera”. Branding and Marketing in the Age of Artificial Intelligence ”

Emmanuel Lartey, Associate Professor of Economics, “Fiscal Policy and the Effects of the Dutch Remittance Syndrome”

Edwin Lopez, assistant professor of sociology, “A model for justice and the place we call ‘home’: El Centro and the chicana / o lawsuit for equity in higher education”

Elisa mandell, art teacher, “Geographies of absence: mapping the contributions of the Jewish community in shaping the urban landscape in 17th century Dutch Brazil”

Nancy Pança, Professor of Psychology, “Annual Mental Health Checks for Police Officers: Part of a Prevention-Based Model of Police Reform”

Ari posner, professor of film and television arts, “Scripted Comedy Podcast Series”

Christophe Ryû, President and Professor of Computer Science, “A Cloud-Based Data Monitoring and Analysis System to Improve Energy Efficiency of Industrial Boilers and Estimate Reduced Emissions”

Hye Kyeung Seung, chair and professor of communication sciences and disorders, “Perspectives of Parents of Vietnamese Immigrants and Speech-Language Pathologists Towards Autism in Vietnamese Children in the United States” (four months 01/09/12/31)

Amr Soror, lecturer in information systems and decision sciences, “Untangling the Duality of Habit in Social Media Problematic Use Context”

Joanne stohs, lecturer in psychology, “New therapies in mental health to treat less privileged clients”

Mark Stohs, professor of finance, “Markets and politics”

Diana tisnado, professor of public health, “Expanding Interprofessional Education and Scholarship Supporting Diversity in the Health Professions”

Chen Wang, art professor, “Methodology of information design”

Jing yang, professor of finance, “The Influences of Flips on House Transactions in the Neighborhood”

Academic year 2021-22

Elisabeth georges, lecturer in communication, “Applying Flipped Classroom and Interactive Techniques / Pedagogy to a Revamp of Comm 101: Writing for Mass Media”

Aitana Guia Conca, associate professor of history, “Healthy cities, prosperous human beings: automobile culture, environmental social movements and the greening of the Turia river in Valencia, Spain (1957-2019)”

John hickok, librarian with international influence, “Longitudinal Study Follow-up: Changes in Asian Libraries” (eight months 10 / 1-5 / 31)

Gloria Monti, associate professor of film and television arts, “Compiling and Editing an Anthology”

Zia Salim, Associate Professor of Geography and the Environment, “The Outlines of Creativity: Analyzing California Murals”

Anthony sparks, Associate Professor of Film and Television Arts, “2021 Television Drama Script Development and Production”

Spring 2022

Vahideh Abedi, Associate Professor of Information Systems and Decision Science, “Bayesian Estimation Methodology as a Tool to Predict the Pattern of Adoption of New Product or Service Introductions”

michelle brye, Associate Professor of Elementary and Bilingual Education, “Virtual Lesson Study: Teaching Culturally Appropriate Mathematics”

Jochen Burgtorf, professor of history, “Refugees and population displacements in the Middle East during the Crusades (11th-14th centuries)”

Eric Carbajal, Associate Professor of Modern Languages ​​and Literatures, “Aesthetics of Violence: The Contemporary Hispanic-American Novel in Response to Political Violence”

Nathalie Carrick Carlson, associate professor of studies on childhood and adolescence, “Children’s fantasy-reality distinctions: the role of emotions and parents”

Maqsood Chaudhry, professor of electrical engineering, “Research to design efficient power converters”

Alison dover, Associate Professor of Secondary Education, “Nurturing K-12 Cultural and Linguistic Education and Teacher Training”

Matt Englar-Carlson, Consulting Professor, “International Collaboration (Australia, Denmark), ‘In the Room With Men, Two’ Book Completion, Expanding Doping Research, Editing of Book Series”

Adam glesser, Associate Professor of Mathematics, “Completion of Modern Algebra: A Primary Source Project”

Sarah grant, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, “Ecologies of Entanglement in the Mekong Delta”

Hargraves Hunter, Associate Professor of Film and Television Arts, “Idols Undone: Reality Television and American Democracy”

Sung Hee Lee, Assistant Professor of Special Education, “Reading E-books: How Children With Autism Read Animated E-books With Animation With Parents”

Marie Malagon, Assistant Professor of Sociology, “Resisting Erasure: Life Stories of Mexican American Youth in California Reform Schools”

Melanie Horn Mallers, Professor of Social Services, “A Daily Study of Parent and Child Self-Reports and Heart Rate Variability in Stress Experiences”

Summer Martin, Associate Professor of Human Communication Studies, “The Experience and Communication of Uncertainty Regarding Genetic Testing for the BRCA Mutation”

Valbone Memeti, Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences, “Using Mineral Forensic Research to Understand Volcanic Eruptions and the Evolution of Plumbing Systems Underlying Magma”

Phoolendra mishra, President and Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, “Preparing Book on Hydrology and Hydrogeology for Environmental Engineers”

Thomas murphy, associate professor of mathematics, “Molecules and complex analysis”

Nikolaos Nikolaïdis, professor of biological sciences, “Understanding the function of proteins to discover new therapies against cancer”

Brian Norton, Professor of English, Comparative Literature and Linguistics, “Shaftesbury’s Ecological Aesthetics”

Gabriela Nuñez, Associate Professor of Chicana and Chicano Studies, “Racing Triathlon: Racism and Anti-Racism in Swim / Bike / Run”

Debra Patterson, Professor of Kinesiology, “Development of an e-learning module for Common State Basic Standards and Physical Education Content Standards”

Matthew Rathbun, Associate Professor of Mathematics, “Improving the Modeling of Node Theory for DNA-Protein Interactions”

Patricia Schneider-Zioga, Associate Professor of English, Comparative Literature and Linguistics, “A Grammar of Kinande With Paralegomena on Nande Culture”

Parvin chahrestani, assistant professor of biological sciences, “Aging: causes, impacts and evolutionary perspectives”

Deepak sharma, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, “Boosting Construction Management and Artificial Intelligence Focusing Areas”

Son of Myungsoo, Professor of Accounting, “Do Religious Beliefs Influence Management’s Disclosure of Bad News? A study of the effect of local social norms on individual behavior ”

Sunil thomas, Professor of Marketing, “The Role of Experts in the Field in Relation to Influential Celebrities on Social Media in Shaping Public Opinion on Polarization Issues”

Yun Tian, Associate Professor of Computer Science, “Using Machine Learning and Deep Learning to Address Cybersecurity Problems”

Caroline valdez, Associate Professor of Elementary and Bilingual Education, “Preparing Elementary Educators: Ethnic Studies Preparation for K-8 Classrooms”

Ryan walter, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, “Restoration Genomics of Eelgrass: A Population and Transcriptomic Approach for Assessing Temporal Stability in Zostera Marina”

Kazuha watanabe, associate professor of modern languages ​​and literatures, “Regional variations of the Japanese language: application of modern linguistic theories”

Jindong wu, professor of geography and environment, “Assessing Fire Risk in the Wildland-Urban Interface with Multi-Resolution Satellite Imagery”

Spring 2022-Fall 2022

Jennifer burnaford, professor of biological sciences, “Towards an integrative understanding of the mechanisms and models of community structure on the rocky coasts of California”

Gina Passante, Associate Professor of Physics, “Research to Improve the Education of the Next Generation of Quantum Information Scientists”

Difference in paid leave: school year 2021-22

Bin Cong, professor of computer science, research and a new book on recent developments in software engineering

Sharon kim, professor of sociology, “Religion and resilience: economic empowerment and entrepreneurship among survivors of the genocide of Rwandan women”

Peng liu, Associate Professor of Information Systems and Decision Science, “The Dynamics of Trust Change in Information Technology Products”


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