Faculty Achievements

Faculty Achievements 2010-2011
Community Involvement

Brent Armendinger (English and World Literature)
Professor Armendinger and students in English 128 (Writing the Body) facilitated a Community Writing Workshop, Foothill AIDS Project, Claremont, CA, February–May 2011.

Nigel Boyle (Political Studies)
Professor Boyle organized and led nine workshops for area high school history/social studies teachers on "Global Soccer and the 2011 Women's World Cup in Germany," a Claremont International Studies Education Project Institute. Culminated with a study-tour of Germany during the June–July 2011 Women's World Cup. With Michelle Dymerski, Director of the Claremont International Studies Education Project.

Paul Faulstich (Environmental Analysis)
Served on the Fulbright National Screening Committee, identifying 2011 Fulbright Scholars nominees to Australia.

Jacqueline Levering Sullivan (Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Emerita)
Judge, annual Young Writers' Contest, sponsored by Mrs. Nelson's Toy and Book Shop, La Verne, CA, May 2011. With Pitzer students Chris Peck, Ellie (Louise) Williams and Leslie Canter, and Pomona student Maya Horgan.

Joe Parker (International and Intercultural Studies)
Co-author, with 14 community members of the Bungalows Collective at the Eastside Café in El Sereno in East Los Angeles (http://eastsidecafeechospace.blogspot.com/), grant proposal for the National Historic for Historic Preservation Funds. Project budget $19,600. Grant awarded September 2010.

Kathleen Yep (Asian American Studies)
Asian American Studies and Literacy for All of Monterey Park (LAMP) co-sponsored a poetry reading featuring students from the Claremont Colleges and adult Chinese immigrant-English language learners at the Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library, May 3, 2011. Over 100 people attended the standing-room only event and over 200 free chapbooks of the poetry were distributed.