Supporting career-long engagement and leadership among SDSU's diverse faculty.
RTP Training Video
Department/school RTP committees now have access to a new 12-minute RTP training video. The video includes essential information about the review process including changes to the PDS form implemented in 2019-2020.
Sabbatical and Difference-in-Pay Leaves
Effective AY 2019-2020, SDSU moved its Sabbatical/Difference-in-Pay Leave process to the Interfolio review system. Additional information is available on the Leaves page.
New J-1 Scholar Initial Requests
New J-1 Initial Request applications submitted from January 2020 to April 2020 will be placed on hold. If your college is working on new requests, or knows of prospective J-1 scholars who plan on coming to SDSU between now and May 2020, please submit their J-1 Initial Request paperwork to our office by Monday, December 2, 2019 at the latest.
Recruitment of Temporary Faculty via Interfolio
If your department depends on temporary faculty / lecturers, we recommend posting a job notice in Interfolio to recruit from the most diverse possible national pool. Please send complete job position information—including diversity and legal notifications modeled in the faculty hiring guide —to Samantha Lende.
Diversity and Inclusion Planning
Guiding materials can be found on the Division of Diversity and Innovation's resource page for Diversity and Inclusion Planning. Questions can be directed to your college diversity liaisons or to Jennifer Imazeki, Associate Diversity Officer for Faculty Success.
J-1 College Immigration Reps Meeting
Monthly Meeting for Staff: Periodic Evaluations of Tenured Faculty and Periodic Evaluations/Range Elevation for Temporary Faculty
Monthly Meeting for Staff: Tenure-Track Faculty Hiring
NEW FACULTY SPOTLIGHT
Fowler College of Business
Dr. Brincks is interested in pursuing research in the areas of corporate finance, banking, real estate, asset pricing, and behavioral finance. One of his main research strengths is using an interdisciplinary approach that combines knowledge from multiple fields (such as psychology) to uncover new insights. In his paper, “Home is Where the Bias Is,” I find that homeowner reluctance to realize losses (psychological bias) slows price appreciation and reduces housing sales. Additional research plans include studying the impact of regulatory uncertainty on bank lending and corporate investment and analyzing how differences in corporate culture affect productivity and competitiveness.
Dr. Goldberg studies business analytics and specializes in text mining, machine learning, and expert systems. His research analyzes large volumes of text that consumers post online, such as social media posts and online reviews. He is interested in developing text mining methods to rapidly summarize and condense these posts. He has recently worked with Fortune 500 firms to derive automated shortlists of product suggestions, and he is involved in ongoing research with the Consumer Product Safety Commission to monitor online posts for mentions of defective or hazardous products.
Dr. Huangfu received her Ph.D. in MIS from the University of Arizona (UA), her M.S. in Computer Science from Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and her B.S. in Software Engineering from Chongqing University (CQU). Her areas of interest include Business Analytics, Data Mining, and Public Health. She has published many articles on these topics, and her work has appeared in journals such as Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems (PAJAIS), Pattern Recognition Letters, and IET Biometrics.
Anurag Ashok Mehrotra
Dr. Mehrotra is a real estate economist specializing in real estate finance and urban economics. His areas of interest include mortgage markets & institutions, real estate finance & investments, credit risk and urban economics. He is currently researching facets of mortgage loans originated by government sponsored entities like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (e.g., servicer behavior, loss given default). In addition, he is evaluating the role that lack of affordable housing contributes to the persistence of spatial mismatch across US metropolitan areas. Not too long ago, he was a real estate banker financing investment grade real estate as a banker in the US and as a private equity investor in India.
Dr. Perols joins SDSU as an assistant professor in the Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy. Her research interests include accounting information systems and auditing topics such as cybersecurity, data analytics, and internal controls with a focus on individual judgment and decision-making. She is presently researching investor perceptions of auditor-provided cybersecurity risk management assurance services. Prior to entering academia, she was a Technology Risk Manager at the global consulting firm, Protiviti. She is a Certified Information Systems Auditor and earned her M.S. in Accountancy from SDSU. She will teach Accounting Information Systems.
Dr. Wiegand is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management at the Fowler College of Business. Dr. Wiegand taught HR courses in the University of Illinois's HR master’s program and researches person-environment fit, vocational interests, measurement, selection, and narcissism. His work has been published, awarded, and presented at meetings of the Academy of Management, Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and Labor and Employment Relations Association. Previously, he worked in HR for Shell. He consults on pre-hire assessments and will be teaching HR Management and HR Data Analytics at SDSU.
Yao (Alex) Yao
Dr. Yao is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Marking at the Fowler College of Business. Dr. Yao recently earned his Ph.D. from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California where he won the USC Excellence in Teaching Award in the category of marketing. Dr. Yao’s area of expertise is marketing data analytics and his research focuses on the luxury fashion goods industry and digital marketing. He currently has research pending publication in the Journal of Marketing Research, which is one of the top academic marketing journals in the world.
College of Education
Eric Ricardo Felix
Dr. Eric Ricardo Felix is an Assistant Professor of Community College Leadership in the Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education at San Diego State University. His research examines the role of higher education policy in addressing educational inequities for racially minoritized students. Using Critical Policy Analysis, he explores the ways policymakers craft higher education reform and how institutional leaders implement them. Particularly, he focuses on understanding how the implementation of lauded student success reforms may benefit, harm, or render invisible Latinx students and other racially minoritized groups in the community college context.
Dr. Nicholas Johnson is an Assistant Professor of educational psychology and content methods in the School of Teacher Education. His research investigates the transformative possibilities of learning and teaching grounded in children’s thinking, especially the ways in which understanding the development of children’s ideas can open opportunities to recognize children’s strengths and broaden what counts as knowing and doing mathematics. Nick earned his PhD in Education in the division of Urban Schooling at UCLA, where he was a recipient of the National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship. He is a former elementary school teacher, instructional coach, and county office coordinator, and is co-author of Young Children’s Mathematics: Cognitively Guided Instruction in Early Childhood Education.
Dr. Leigh-Osroosh is a counselor educator specializing in school counseling. Her areas of interest include de-colonizing school counseling practices within education, school counselors as social justice advocates, Native/Indigenous student strategies of survivance, and advocating students-within-environment. Additionally, her research work utilizes qualitative research methodologies including descriptive phenomenological inquiry and Indigenous research methods. Presently, she is creating a qualitative study exploring the induction experiences of new school counselors within public school systems.
Dr. Sonia Peterson is a counselor educator specializing in psychiatric rehabilitation. Her areas of interest include disability policy, recovery-oriented mental health services, and evidence-based vocational counseling interventions for individuals with mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. She is presently researching the application of the Individual Placement and Support model of supported employment within the Federal-State Vocational Rehabilitation system. She currently serves as Policy Chair on the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association division board of the American Counseling Association and is an active member of the LGBTQ+ recovery community in her home of San Diego.
Library and Information Access
Bethany Harris is a Natural Sciences Librarian at the SDSU Library and Information Access. Her subject specialities include biology, chemistry, biochemistry, and psychology. She received her Master of Science in Information from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor's of Science degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Kansas. Previously, Ms. Harris worked as the Collections Coordinator for Life, Health and Marine Sciences at the University of California, San Diego, and as the Research Librarian for Health Sciences at the University of California, Irvine.
Nerissa Lindsey is the Head of Technical Services at the SDSU Library and Information Access. She received her Master of Library and Information Science degree from the University of Washington in 2010 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Davis in 2006.
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