Faculty Glimmers: Recent Scholarship at Frazier State University
by Rob Schnelle
This piece was prepared by the FSU Office of Public Relations, and highlights faculty accomplishments of interest to Frazier County and the wider mid-state region.
Ronald Toomie, Geography and Land Studies (with assistance from junior colleagues Wayne Dravidian, Grady Fast, Cynthia Lawley, Aldo Scooch, Melinda Spagnoletti, Nancy Vandal-Danielson, and Preston Wok) has published a paper in GeoPlanus titled “Projected Spatio-Temporal GIS Indicators to Manage Multiple-Use Stump Farm Inputs.” It is the third publication in GeoPlanus in as many years by Professor Toomie, who also edits the journal.
An article titled “Women’s Wisdom, Wisdom’s Woman,” by Earline Plewd, English, appears in the latest edition of Tremble: the Journal of Subversive Composition Studies. Two of Plewd’s poems, “The Gift of Myself, the Self I Give” and “Why I Am Bitter, Why I Am Bold” will be published in the spring issue of Thunder Cabbage.
Lewis E. Turcotte, Biology, who was cited in the 1982 Who’s Who, will once again serve on the judges’ panel for Frazier County’s annual skeet-shooting competition.
A 600-word letter by Larry Fitzgibbon, Sociology, was recently posted in the Bill Nye (“the Science Guy”) chatroom. In his latest think
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