Peter Kolchin, Henry Clay Reed Professor of History, "The Big Picture: A Comment on David Brion Davis' Looking at Slavery from Broader Perspectives," in American Historical Review, No. 105, pages 467-71.
Bryant F. Tolles Jr., history, art history and museum studies, editor and preface, A Suburb of Paradise: The White Mountains and the Visual Arts, proceedings of the June 22, 1996, Mount Washington Observatory Symposium, "Images of the Hills: The Visual Arts and the White Mountains, 1820-1920," New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord.
Peter G. Roe, anthropology, "The Ghost in the Machine: Symmetry and Representation in Ancient Antillean Art," at conference on embedded symmetries, April 13-17, Amerind Foundation, Dragoon, Ariz.
Judy B. McInnis, foreign languages and literatures, "Gladys Ilarregui--Winner of the Jorge Luis Borges Prize, 1999," at MidAtlantic Council of Latin American Studies annual meeting, April 7, Saint John Fisher College, Rochester, N.Y.; and "Desire in the Poetry of Gladys M. Ilarregui," at Kentucky
Foreign Languages annual meeting, April 28, University of Kentucky, Lexington.
Mary P. Richards, English, "What is the Canterbury Bible and What Are the Canterbury Bibles?" at sixth annual symposium on transmission of the Bible, Canterbury and the Bible, March 10, Rutgers University; and "Ember Fasts in Anglo-Saxon England: An Issue for Poetry at the Turn of the Millennium," at 35th annual conference on medieval studies, May 6, Western Michigan University.
B.L. Lipphardt Jr. and A.D. Kirwan Jr., marine studies, with C.E. Grosch of Old Dominion University and J.D. Paduan of Naval Postgraduate School, "Normal Mode Analysis of the Surface Velocity Field in Monterey Bay," at European Geophysical Society General Assembly, April 27, Nice, France.
Susan P. Giancola, education, "Adolescent Behavior Problems: Peer Pressure IS All It Is Cracked Up to Be," "What Can NELS Tell Us About Adolescent Behavior Problems (And Vice Versa) ?," "Assessing the Implementation of Education Projects with CBAM" and, a symposium, "Evaluating the Impact of Technology on Teaching and Learning: A Conversation with Evaluators of Technology Innovation Challenge Grant Projects," at American Educational Research Association, April, New Orleans.
Eric Rise, sociology and criminal justice, was presented the Jan Burrow Graduate Educator Award, which is awarded annually by graduate students to a faculty member who has made significant contribution to students' socialization of the discipline.
John H. Talley, Delaware Geological Survey, was selected to receive the George V. Cohee Public Service Award for distinguished service and achievement in public affairs from the Eastern Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
Hye-Shin Kim, consumer studies, with Byung Sook Hong and Eun Young Jo of Chung Ang University, received the John Wingate Award for Best Research Paper by the American Collegiate Retail Association at its spring conference. The paper was titled, "Values and Emotions: A Cross-Culture Study of Multinational Advertisements."
Judy B. McInnis, foreign languages and literatures, elected vice president for 2000-2001 of MidAtlantic Council of Latin American Studies. She will be president-elect for 2001-2002.
John H. Talley, Delaware Geological Survey, is serving as vice president of the American Institute of Professional Geologists, Capitol Section.
Carolyn E. Grant, library, May 20, 1985.
Richard Romanelli, Information Technologies/ Network and Systems Services, May 21, 1990.