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Francisco Jimenez's award-wining book, The Circuit: Stories from the Life of a Migrant Child, has been published in Japanese by Komine Shoten Co., Ltd., Tokyo.

Dale Larson, counseling psychology, coauthored with William Haley, Julia Kasl-Godley, Robert Neimeyer, & Donna Kwilosz, "Clinical roles for psychologists in end-of-life care: Emerging models of practice,"   Professional Psychology:  Research and Practice, 2003.

Thomas Plante, with SCU undergraduate psychology students, T.G., Khan, K., Aldridge, A., Bogden, R., Belo, M., & Su, D, "Does virtual reality enhance the management of stress when paired with exercise? An exploratory study," International Journal of Stress Management, 2003.

Also, "Psychological consultation with the Roman Catholic Church: Integrating who we are with what we do," Journal of Psychology and Christianity, December 2003.

Also, with SCU undergraduate student E.L. Canchola, "The association between strength of religious faith and coping with American terrorism regarding the events of September 11, 2001,"  Pastoral Psychology.

Presentations

Catherine Bell, religious studies, Closing Response at international conference at UCLA on Archaeology and Ritual, Jan. 8- 9.

Fred Foldvary, and Dan Klein, economics, speakers at a forum on "Restoring Urban Life in Crisis Times," in conjunction with the recent book, The Voluntary City.  Foldvary and Klein each have a chapter in the book. The event took place at the Independent Institute, Oakland, Feb. 4.

Don Fritz and Katherine Aoki, art and art history, artwork on display at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art in a show called "Hard Candy." This group exhibition was curated by Karen Kienzle, exhibitions curator at the de Saisset Museum. For more info go to http://www.sjica.org. Now through March 13.

Ed Maurer, civil engineering, presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting in San Francisco, December 2003, a research project "The variability of United States runoff and its climate teleconnections." He also co-chaired a session on examining the role of land surface heterogeneities on the simulation of water and energy fluxes at the land surface. The AGU Fall meeting drew over 10,000 attendees from around the world.

Victoria May and Katherine Aoki, art and art history, are featured in a two-person show entitled "Figment of the Machination" at the Fine Arts Gallery on campus in the Fine Arts Building, through March 10.

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