Vol. 20, No. 15
May 3, 2001
Alexander Lehrman, foreign languages and literatures, coeditor with Susanne Fusso, Essays on Karolina Pavlova, Northwestern University Press.
Henry T. Reynolds and Janet B. Johnson, political science and international relations, with Richard A. Joslyn, Political Science Research Methods, fourth edition, CQ Press.
Mary C. Farach-Carson, biological sciences, "Bioactive analogs that simulate subsets of biological activities of 1_, 25(OH)2D3 in osteoblasts," in Steroids, vol. 66, pages 357-361.
Daniel D. Carson, Trustees Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences, "Expression of Heparin/Heparan Sulfate Interacting Protein/Ribosomal Protein L29 During the Estrous Cycle and Early Pregnancy in the Mouse," in Biology of Reproduction, vol. 64, pages 1165-1175.
Tammy L. Anderson, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, with others, "Modes of Adaptation to Termination of the SSI/SSDI Addiction Disability: Hustlers, Good Citizens and Lost Souls," in Advances in Medical Sociology, vol. 7, pages 215-238.
Susan Amert, foreign languages and literatures, "Karolina Pavlova's Afterlife in the Poetry of Anna Akhmatova," pages 164-186, in Essays on Karolina Pavlova, Northwestern University Press.
Valerie P. Hans, sociology and criminal justice, with graduate student Nicole L. Mott and others, "The Timing of Opinion Formation by Jurors in Civil Cases: An Empirical Examination," in Tennessee Law Review, vol. 67, no. 3, pages 627-652.
Peter Kolchin, Henry Clay Reed Professor of History, "Foreword" to Aleksandr Nikitenko's Up from Serfdom: My Childhood and Youth as a Serf in Russia, 1804-1824, pages ix-xx, 207-209, Yale University Press.
John Talley, Delaware Geological Survey, with Martin Wollaston and Gerald Kauffman, Institute for Public Administration, "Second Report to the Governor and General Assembly Regarding the Progress of the Delaware Water Supply Coordinating Council," pages 1-12, March 1, 2001.
James A. Inciardi and Hilary L. Surratt, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, with others, "A Study on the Characteristics of Intravenous Drug Users Who Seek Treatment in the City of Porto Alegre, Brazil," in Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria, vol. 22, no. 4, pages 164-171.
Alexander Lehrman, foreign languages and literatures, "The Poetics of Karolina Pavlova," pages 3-20; "Karolina Pavlova in Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita," pages 215-229; and "A Chronology of Karolina Pavlova's Life," pages 251-263, in Essays on Karolina Pavlova, Northwestern University Press.
Frank B. Murray, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Educational Studies and Psychology, "From Consensus Standards to Evidence of Claims: Assessment and Accreditation in the Case of Teacher Education," in New Directions for Higher Education, How Accreditation Influences Assessment, No. 113, Jossey-Bass.
Lana D. Harrison and Steven S. Martin, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, "Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) for State Prisoners Formula Grant: Compendium of Program Implementation and Accomplishments," Report to the National Institute of Justice, October 2000; Martin and Roberta E. Gealt, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, et al, "Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Use Among Delaware Students 1999," and Martin with graduate student Lisa M. Schlesinger "Drugs, Crime, and Public Services in Delaware: An Examination of the Attitudes and Opinions of the Public's Perception about Drugs, Crime and Public Services Throughout the State of Delaware," in A CSAP-Sponsored Report to the Delaware Office of Prevention and the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families.
Sheldon D. Pollack, accounting, "Republican Antitax Policy," in Tax Notes, vol. 90, page 289.
Karl W. Böer, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Physics and Solar Energy, "Self-Cooling of Photovoltaic Cells when Electric Power Is Drawn," in Physica Status Solidi, vol. 184, pages 201-209.
Farley Grubb, economics, "The Market Evaluation of Criminality: Evidence from the Auction of British Convict Labor in America, 1767-1775," in American Economic Review, no. 91, pages 295-304.
Roberta M. Golinkoff, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Educational Studies, with others, "The Extraordinary Journey from Fetus to Language Developing Child," in German Encyclopedia of Psychology, Series III: Language, Vol. 3, Language Development 3.
Ben Yagoda, English, "Listener Loyalty," in Brill's Content, pages 46-50, May 2001.
Jack R. Vinson, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, with E. Woldesenbet, EG '97PhD, "Fiber Orientation Effects on High Strain Rate Properties of Graphite/Epoxy Composites," in Journal of Composite Materials, vol. 35, no. 6.
David Pong, history, "Government Enterprises & Industrial Relations in Late Qing China," in Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 47, no. 1, pages 4-23.
Steven S. Martin, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, "High School and College Students' Use of Ecstasy," written and oral testimony to the Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Trafficking, July 25, Washington, D.C.; "Report on a Long-Term Follow-Up of a Therapeutic Community Continuum for Drug-Involved Offenders," at annual meeting of the Justice Research Statistical Association, Nov 3, Minneapolis; "Up in Smoke? What We Know About Delaware Youth Smoking Cigarettes and Marijuana and What It Means for Prevention," at Delaware Prevention Coalition annual meeting, Oct. 17, Dover; with Lana D. Harrison, "Evaluating Substance Abuse Treatment Programs for Prisoners: Needed Changes for Future Efforts," at annual conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation, July 16-19, Washington, D.C.; and with Roberta E. Gealt, "Using School Survey Data for District-Level Planning in Delaware," at Delaware Department of Education School District planning conference, Sept. 25, Dover.
George C. Hadjipanayis, Richard B. Murray Professor of Physics, et al, "Crystallization Behavior of Over-Quenched Amorphous Pr8Fe86B6 Alloys," "Effect of Cu and Zr on the Evolution of Microstructure and Coercivity in Sm(CobalFe0.1 CuZrx) Magnets," "Effect of Carbon on the Structure, Microstructure and Magnetic Properties of Nanocomposite Nd2, Fe14B(Ca)/Fe Magnets," "Textured FePt Nanoparticles for Perpendicular Magnetic Recording," "Sm-Co Nanoparticles for Future Magnetic Recording Media" and "FePt/Bn Granular Films with Texture"; and an invited talk, "Effect of Composition and Processing on the Microstructure and Magnetic Properties of 2:17 High Temperature Magnets," at Materials Research Society spring meeting, April 16-20, San Francisco.
Peter Kolchin, Henry Clay Reed Professor of History, "The American Civil War and Emancipation in Comparative Perspective," at conference on Civil War scholarship in the 21st century, March 29, Center for U.S.A. Studies, Stiftung Leucorea, Wittenberg, Germany.
Farley Grubb, eonomics, "Creating the U.S. Dollar Currency Union, 1760-1811: A Quest for Monetary Stability or a Usurpation of State Sovereignty for Personal Gain?" at international conference, March 29, Lyon, France.
Members of the Department of Geology made presentations at the Southeastern sectional meeting of Geological Society of America, April 4-6, Raleigh, N.C.: John F. Wehmiller, "The Pits of Virginia Beach--Insights into Quaternary Sea Level Geochronology and Details of Atlantic Coastal Plain Stratigraphy"; Linda L. York with Wehmiller and W.R. Doar II of South Carolina Geological Survey, "Late Quaternary Aminostratigraphy and Geochronology of the St. Helena Island Area, South Carolina Coastal Plain"; and undergraduate student Suzanne Bart with York, Wehmiller and others, "The Late Quaternary Geochronology of North Carolina's Outer Banks Derived from Aminostratigraphic Study of Beach and Inner Shelf Core Samples."
Ivo Dominguez, foreign languages and literatures, "Influjos Europeos en la Novela Maria de Jorge Issacs," at Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies meeting, March 30-31, American University, Washington, D.C.
Rudi Matthee, history, "Suspicion, Fear and Admiration: Pre-19th-Century Iranian Views of the English and the Russians," at Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University, April 11, Cambridge, Mass.
David Pong, history, "The Character of Labor Disputes in Late Qing China," at Chinese Social Science Seminar of Japan, Jan. 29, Tokyo; "Daily Life in China Through Photographs," at William Carter Partnership Center, Delaware Technical and Community College, April 19, Georgetown; and photographic exhibition, "Images of Contemporary China," at Delaware Technical and Community College, April 6-19, Georgetown.
Jack R. Vinson, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, with A. Ebrahimpour and O.T. Thomsen, "Experimental and Analytical Study on the Behavior of Foam Core Sandwich Plates Subjected to In-Plane Shear Stress" and with Thomsen, "Modeling of Tapered Sandwich Panels Using a High-Order Sandwich Theory Formulation," at AIAA/ASME/ASCE.AHS.ASC structures, structural dynamics and materials conference, April 16-19, Seattle.
John Q. Xiao, physics and astronomy, with Azar Parvizi Majidi, mechanical engineering, and others, "High Strength Magnetic Composites," at 2001 Materials Research meeting, April 16-20, San Francisco.
David Kaplan, education, with M.B. Kreisman, "An Application of Multilevel Covariance Structure Modeling of Relevance to Education Policy," and invited panel participant for "Getting Research Grants" and "Putting Your Talents to Work: Launching Your Career," at American Education Research Association, April 10-14, Seattle.
John C. Kraft, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Geology, with others, "Sedimentary Facies Patterns and Paleogeographies of the Delta-floodplains at Troy," at Heideberger Akademie der Wissenschaften Symposion Lebensraum Troia zwischen Erdgeschicte und Kulture, April 2-5, Germany.
Benjamin Steiner, sociology and criminal justice, "An Age of Innocents: Death Penalty Rhetoric and the 'New Lethality' after the Illinois Moratorium," at annual Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences meeting April 3-7, Washington, D.C.
Douglas Tuttle, public administration, "Campus Crime Disclosure Legislation: Intended and Unintended Consequences," at conference on violence against women on campus, April 24, Hartford, Conn., and "Making Sense of the Clery Act," a national compliance training teleseminar for Council on Law in Higher Education, April 26.
Timothy F. Brooks, dean of students office, "Communication, Cooperation and Collaboration," keynote address, at Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police conference, April 22, Cambridge, Ohio.
Florence Schmieg, biological sciences, "Assessment Strategies in Problem-based Learning Classes, Faculty and Student Perspectives," at 101st meeting of American Society for Microbiology, May 20-24, Orlando.
Mary Beth Miele, medical technology, with Deborah Costa, participated in a Clinical Laboratory Management Association forum on "Building and Maintaining a Strong Laboratory Workforce," March 30-31, Philadelphia.
Mica Corradin, continuing education, has been named an examiner for the Delaware Quality Award Program, which seeks to improve the performance of private, nonprofit and public sector organizations.
Benjamin Steiner, sociology and criminal justice, coordinated a multisite conference of investigators involved in the national study, "The Role of Race in Publishing Criminal Violence," in Washington, D.C. Two of his undergraduate students, Rachel Waltz and Mike Edwards, will serve as interviewers and data analysts on the project.
David L. Murray, Facilities Management/central plant maintenance, May 11, 1981
Larry King, Supporting Services, May 12, 1986
Taurence D. Chisholm, financial aid, May 6, 1991
David A. Hobday, Facilities Management /lock and hardware, May 13, 1991
Nancy A. Kennedy, Student Center, May 13, 1996
James A. Lynch, hotel, restaurant and institutional management, May 13, 1996
From National Science Foundation: Matthew J. Hawkins, marine studies, $709,849 for "Ship Operations"; Eric W. Kaler, Elisabeth Inez Kelley Professor of Chemical Engineering, $87,000 for "Rheology and Structure of Ionomer and Associating Polymer Solutions"; David L. Kirchman, Maxwell P. and Mildred H. Harrington Professor of Marine Studies, $93,118 for "Formation of Modified Biochemicals and their Contribution to Dissolved Organic Nitrogen in Marine Ecosystems"; and George W. Luther, Maxwell P. and Mildred H. Harrington Professor of Marine Studies, $370,992 for "Interactions of MN, FE, N and S Cycles in Suboxic/Anoxic Zones."
Suresh G. Advani, mechanical engineering, $25,000 from Sikorsky Aircraft for "Process Modeling of Compression Molding: Numerical Formation and Solution."
Robert W. Birkmire, energy conversion, $1,008,990 from National Renewable Energy Laboratory for "Optimization of Processing and Modeling Issues for Thin Film Solar Cell Devices Including Concepts for the Development of Polycrystalline Multijunctions."
Francis J. Doyle and Prasad Dhurjati, chemical engineering, $268,843 from U.S. Department of Energy for "Model-based Approach to Soft-sensing and Diagnosis for Control of a Continuous Digester."
Mary Dozier, biological sciences, $119,282 from the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, for "Tailoring Services to Foster Infants' Needs."
Gary L. Ebert, mathematical sciences, $27,552 from National Security Agency for "Partitioning Problems in Finite Geometry and Their Applications."
Laura T. Eisenman, education, $51,174 from Delaware Department of Education for "Delaware Department of Education School-To-Work Professional Development Institute, Year 2."
Theda M. Ellis, disability studies, $15,000 from Delaware Department of Education for "Training on Job Coaching and Natural Supports for Job Coaches, Teachers and PARA Educators."
Eric W. Kaler, Elisabeth Inez Kelley Professor of Chemical Engineering, $114,522 from the National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, for "Inflammation and Infection on Biomaterials."
Willett M. Kempton, marine studies, $25,000 from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for "Preparation of a Research Plan Need for EPA's SAB Workshop, 'Understanding Public Values and Attitudes Related to Ecological Risk Management.'"
Judith A. Hough-Goldstein, entomology and applied ecology, an additional $4,500 from U.S. Department of Agriculture for "Biological Control of Mile-A-Minute Weed."
Harry W. Shenton, civil and environmental engineering, $95,429 from U.S. Department of Agriculture for "Affect of Vertical Load on the Lateral Load Capacity of Wood Frame Shear Walls."
Carol J. Vukelich, education, $15,444 from Delaware Department of Education for "Literacy in the Workplace for the Delaware Department of Education."
Hai Wang, mechanical engineering, $30,000 from National Aeronautics and Space Administration for "Soot Formation in Purely-curved Premixed Flames and Laminar Flame Speed of Soot Forming Flames" and $80,000 from U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for "Development and Optimization of a Comprehensive Kinetic Model of Hydro-carbon Fuel Combustion."
Gary P. Zank, Bartol Research Institute, $85,000 from National Aeronautics and Space Administration for "Composition and Abundance Ratios of Anomalous and Galactic Cosmic Rays: Implications of Ace Observations."
Quanan Zheng and Xiao-Hai Yan, marine studies, $24,470 from U.S. Naval Surface Weapons Center for "Refinement of EMD Algorithm for Shock Data Analysis and Processing."