CSE's name-year in-text reference takes the form of the author's last name and the year of publication, in parentheses.
Due to uneasiness on the part of male spectators the foot-long hotdog has been removed from the concession menu (Flanders 2002).
Same Author in Different Years
Flanders's studies of concession offerings (Flanders 1970, 1975) have shown that...
Same Author in the Same Year
...and the most recent work on the Flying Hellfish (Burns 2001a, 2001b) is...
...and the most recent work on the Flying Hellfish (Burns and Simpson 2001) is...
... but later studies (Carlson et al. 2004) determined that...
Corporation or Organization as Authors
The landmark report on nuclear power (SNPP 1979) was...
Cite sources as close as practicable to the information they support. This might mean citing a source at the end of a sentence or in the middle of a sentence.
If you name your author in the sentence near the citation, you do not need to repeat that name in the citation itself: