To Snack or Not to Snack

Presentation by Prisca Ngondo, PhD.

2013-11-14 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM in Langdon Hall, Room 302

A closer look at how impulsivity and planned behavior affect food choices. Based on a study of West Texas... Read more


A Chronicle of Loss and Discovery Across Half a Million Years


"Vanished" is the consideration and reconstruction of Northern California icons through a range of visual and written interpretations.... Read more

Three Professors In Prison

Curriculum for Rehabilitation Behind The Wall


This presentation is snapshot of a multi-year, interdisciplinary project about Vocational Education in California prisons conducted by faculty in the School of Education and Sociology Department from CSU, Chico. While the project’s larger goal was to investigate the impact of Vocational Education on California’s historically high recidivism rate of 66%, we focus in this presentation on our first... Read more

Playing For Peace in the Middle East

The Effects of Sports Programs on Attitudes of Arabs and Jews Toward Each Other


This presentation is based on research conducted in Israel during the 2011-2012 academic year on the effects that joint sports programs have on the attitudes of Israeli and Palestinian youth toward each other, as well as Israeli Arab and Jewish youth toward each other. Three different programs involving nearly one thousand youth were studied. Major findings of this research will... Read more