PUBLICATIONS
University receives federal honor for community engagement (February 9, 2009).

Sacramento State helps honor reading achievement (June 2, 2008).

Kim-Ju, G., Mark, G., Cohen, R., Garcia-Santiago, O., & Nguyen, P. (2008). Community mobilization and its application to youth violence prevention. American Journal of Preventive Medicine,34 (Suppl. 2),S5-S12.

Sobredo, J., Kim-Ju, G., Figueroa, J, Mark, G., & Fabionar, J. (2008). An ethnic studies model of community mobilization: Collaborative partnership with a high risk public high school. American Journal of Preventive Medicine,34 (Suppl. 2),S82-S88.

2008 “Ethnic Studies Community Collaboration and Activism: Bridging Theory and Practice” with Sobredo, J. & Revilla, L. Mark, G., In T. Fong (Ed), Ethnic Studies Research Approaches and Perspectives , Alta Mira Press.
INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS
2003 Mark, G. Y., & Sobredo, J. (2003, June). Contemporary Ethnic Studies Research and Collaboration: Bridging theory and practice in an inner-city high school. Presentation at the Hawai’i Social Science International Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2002 Mark, G. Y., & Sobredo, J. (2002, October). Service-learning research and scholarship: Implementing ethnic studies praxis at Hiram Johnson. Presentation at the International Conference on Service Learning Research, Nashville, TN.
NATIONAL PRESENTATIONS
2006 Mark, G.Y., “The Sac State Ethnic Studies Department.” Invited Panelist for the National Association for Ethnic Studies conference, San Francisco, CA.

2006 Mark, G.Y. & Kim-Ju, G., “Engagement and Sustainability: A Community Mobilization Approach to Hmong and Mien Students at High Risk Middle and High Schools” Roundtable presentation at the Association for Asian American Studies conference, Atlanta, GA.

2005 Mark, G.Y., “Bridging the Town-gown Divide: Adventures in Community-Based Research.” Invited Panelist for the opening plenary session of the Association for Asian American Studies conference, Los Angeles, CA.

2005 Mark, G.Y & Cameron Wedding, R., “An Engaged Department: Ethnic Studies at Sacramento State University.” Invited speaker to the Kennesaw University Diversity conference “Stepping Up to the Plate in Diversity Education.” Atlanta, GA.

2005 Mark, G.Y. & Fabionar, J., “Developing Student Ownership of University Service-Learning Programs.” National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education, New York, NY.

2004 Mark, G.Y., (2004, April). “The Sac State Ethnic Studies Service-Learning Program” invited presentation to the University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA.

2004 Mark, G.Y. & Revilla, L., “University-Filipino American National Historical Society/Community Partnerships in the Sacramento Delta.” Filipino American National Historical Society Conference, St. Louis, MO.

2004 Mark, G.Y., Revilla, L., Fabionar, J., “Service-Learning in Sacramento: An Engaged Department in Partnership with Public Schools.” NCORE, Miami, FL.

2004 Mark, G.Y., Sobredo, J., Revilla, L., & Fabionar, J., “Implementing Ethnic Studies Praxis at Hiram Johnson High School: Curriculum Development, Community Collaboration, and Research.” International Conference on Civic Education Research, New Orleans, November 2003 and Continuums of Service Conference, Campus Compact Western Region Conference, San Diego, CA.
REGIONAL PRESENTATIONS
2007 Mark, G.Y.et al “Building Cultural Competency in University Service-Learners: Utilizing an Ethnic Studies Service-Learning Model.” Presentation at The Second Annual CSU Conference on Community-Based Teaching & Research, San Jose, CA.

2006 Mark, G.Y. “Models of Resource Centers: History of Challenge and Success, the Sac. State Model.” Invited speaker at California State Fullerton’s “Crossroad: Pathways to Successful Asian and Pacific Islander Resource Centers.”

2006 Mark, G.Y. et al. “The CSUS Ethnic Studies Tutoring/Mentoring Program: Meeting Emerging Educational and Social Needs through Service-Learning.” Presentation at The Ninth Annual Continuums of Service Conference, Bellevue, WA.

2005 The CSUS Ethnic Studies Department Model Ethnic Studies Program, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA.

2004 Developing School & University Partnerships. Education for the 21st Century Small Schools Conference, Sacramento Unified School District, Sacramento, CA.

2004 Mark, G. Y. (2004, March). Overview of community collaboration and California State University, Sacramento. Presentation at the Union of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC), San Diego, CA.

2003 Mark, G. Y. (2003, June). Leadership training workshop. Presentation with the National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium, Sacramento, CA.

2003 Sobredo, J., & Mark, G. Y. (2003, May-June). Service-learning and the Hiram Johnson model: Developing an ethnic studies course at an intercity high school. Panel presentation at the 16th Annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE), San Francisco, CA.

2003 Sobredo, J., & Mark, G. Y. (2003, May-June). Service-learning: Implementing ethnic studies and praxis at the high school level. Panel presentation at the 16th Annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE), San Francisco, CA.

2003 Mark, G. Y., & Sobredo, J. (2003, May). Service-learning research and the Hiram Johnson model: Implementing ethnic studies praxis at an inner-city high school. Presentation at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE), San Francisco, CA.

2003 Mark, G. Y., & Sobredo, J. (2003, May). Community-based research and service learning: Teaching Asian American studies and ethnic studies at Hiram Johnson High School. Panel presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Asian American Studies, San Francisco, CA.