Charlene Liebau of San Marino has been appointed director of admissions at Occidental College in Eagle Rock. Liebau succeeds James Montoya, who has taken a similar position at Vassar College in New York. Liebau is a former resident adviser at Stanford University and former dean of women at San Jose State University.
Alan Sparkman, instructor and lecturer for the English, communication and language department at Azusa Pacific University, has received a Fulbright scholarship to teach English as a foreign language in Rumania. Fulbright scholarships are awarded to American graduate students, teachers and professors to study, teach, lecture and conduct research abroad.
Alice Fernandes of Pomona has been named education director at CPC Horizon Hospital, a private psychiatric hospital. Fernandes is a former teacher at the hospital and in the Pomona Unified School District.
William Peterson, organist and assistant professor of music at Pomona College in Claremont, has been awarded a Fulbright grant to study at the Brussels Conservatory. Peterson will study the work of 19th-Century Belgian organist Jacques Nicolas Lemmens.
Pasadena City College Trustee Susanna Miele has been named president of the board of directors at Haven House Inc., a shelter for battered women and children.
Robert Takeuchi a partner with the Kindel & Anderson law firm in Los Angeles, has been appointed to the Pomona College Board of Trustees. Takeuchi lives in Pasadena.
Monica Augustin of Claremont has been appointed registrar at Pomona College in Claremont.
Dr. Peter LoPresti of California State University, Los Angeles, has been selected by Overseas Institute in Seoul, Korea, to visit that nation and study its language, history, educational system and culture.
Elaine Fried of Alhambra has been named chairman of the American Diabetes Assn., Southern California Affiliate, San Gabriel Valley Unit. Jack Montgomery of Temple City has been named program chairman.