Vol. 20, No. 18
July 19, 2001
Judith Hough-Goldstein, entomology and applied ecology, with Renee Westich, AG '99M, "Temperature and Host Plant Effects on Predatory Stink Bugs for Augmentative Biological Control," in Biological Control, vol. 21, pages 160-167.
M.R. Carriker, marine studies emeritus, "Embryogenesis and Organogenesis of Veligers and Early Juveniles," pages 77-115, and "Functional Morphology and Behavior of Shelled Veligers and Early Juveniles," pages 283-303, in the Biology of the Hard Clam, Elsevier.
Clinton E. White Jr., accounting, "Internet Transaction Anxiety and Recognition of Assurance Services," in International Journal of Digital Acounting Research, vol. 1, no. 1, pages 25-45.
Donald L. Sparks, Distinguished Professor of Soil Science, with S.E. O'Reilly, AG '96M, of Virginia Tech, and D.G. Strawn, AG '98PhD, of University of Idaho, "Residence Time Effects on Arsenate Adsorption/ Desorption Mechanisms on Goethite," pages 67-77; with E.J. Elzinga, AG 2000PhD, of State University of New York-Stony Brook, "Reaction Condition Effects on Nickel Sorption Mechanisms in Illite-Water Suspensions," pages 94-101, and with C.J. Matocha, AG 2000PhD, of University of Kentucky, "Kinetics and Mechanisms of Birnesite Reduction by Catechal," pages 58-66, in vol. 65, Soil Science Society of America Journal; and with graduate student Y. Arai and Elzinga, "X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopic Investigation of Arsenite and Arsenate Adsorption at the Aluminium Oxide-Water Interface," in Journal of Colloid Interface Science, vol. 235, pages 80-88.
Lisa P. Chieffo, international programs and special sessions, and Richard A. Zipser, foreign languages and literatures, "Integrating Study Abroad into the Foreign Language Curriculum," in special issue of the ADFL Bulletin, vol. 32, no. 3, pages 79-85.
David Usher, biological sciences, et al, "Reduction of Isoprostanes and Regression of Advanced Atherosclerosis by Apolipoprotein E," in Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 276, no. 1, pages 261-266.
David P.M. Northmore, psychology, and D.-J. Oh, biological sciences, "Sequential Recovery of Sensitivity to Negative and Positive Contrasts During Optic Nerve Regeneration in Goldfish," in Visual Neuroscience, vol. 18, pages 197-201.
Staff from the Center for Disabilities Studies made presentations at a national conference for staff/community educators in the field of developmental disabilities, June 10, in Cincinnati: Theda Ellis, "Partnering to Teach: Strategies and Stories From and For the Frontline"; and Carol Bernard, Mark Bernstein and Beverly Stapleford, "Snap, Crackle, Pop: Strategies for Making Instruction Fun, Meaningful and Memorable."
Julio F. Carrión, political science and international relations, "Post-Election Peru: 2001 and Beyond," at North-South Roundtable, June 4, at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, D.C.
James L. Morrison, consumer studies, "E-Cash Impacts Upon Retailing, Market Volatility and Consumer Protection," at Hawaii International Business Conference, June 14, Honolulu.
Florence Schmieg, biological sciences, "Assessment of Problem-Based Learning in Large Classes: Faculty and Student Perspectives," at 101st general meeting of American Society for Microbiology, June 20-24, Orlando.
Donald L. Sparks, Distinguished Professor of Soil Science, "Metal Sorption Kinetics and Mechanisms at the Mineral/Water Interface: Implications for Sequestration and Remediation," at State University of New York-Stony Brook, April 12; "The Role of Molecular Environmental Science in Advancing the Frontiers of Contaminant Speciation and Dynamics in Natural Systems," at Harvard University, April 19; and "Speciation of As and Zn in Contaminated Soils Using Micro-Focused X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy," at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, N.Y., May 21.
Lin G. Gordon, Academic Services Center, Joseph Glutting, education; Deborah Farris, Affirmative Action and Multicultural Programs, and Patricia Thatcher, Student Support Services, "Service Providers, Faculty and Administrators Teaming to Serve Students with Disabilities: A New Paradigm of Disability Services," at the 13th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute, June 6-9, Portland, Maine.
Sandra Millard, library, "Old Friends, New Partnerships: Academic Libraries Redefine K-12 Outreach," at American Library Association annual conference, June 17, San Francisco.
Frank B. Murray, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Educational Studies and Psychology, "Teacher Preparation: A New System of Teacher Education Accreditation," at the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification 73rd annual meeting, June 11, Alexandria, Va.
Iris Snyder, library, "Send Me Everything You Have on Trains: The Effect of the Web on Special Collections," at Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives conference, May 4, Philadelphia.
Tom Sims, plant and soil sciences, "Evaluation of a Mehlich 3 Based Soil Phosphorus Saturation Test," at annual northeast branch meeting, American Society of Agronomy and Soil Science Society of America, June 24-27, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I
Thomas C. Melvin, library, was elected secretary of the Patent and Trademark Depository Library Association for the year 2001-2002.
Donald L. Sparks, Distinguished Professor of Soil Science, was appointed to the National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council Study Committee, committee on toxicants and pathogens in biosolids applied to land.
Judy Hough-Goldstein, entomology and applied ecology, fiddle, and Richard Gordon, Information Technologies/User Services, guitar, appeared with their band, Tater Patch, at the American Roots Music Festival, June 9, Wilmington.
Timothy Murray, library, served as chairperson and moderator, "Virtual Exhibitionists: Flashing Your Archival Finery," at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives conference, May 4, Philadelphia.
Arno Loessner, Institute for Public Administration, was moderator of a panel on consultation, empowerment and e-governance at an international workshop, Local Democracy OnLine, June 28, Stockholm.
M. B. Szczepanek, intercollegiate athletics, July 11, 1966
Rosalinda A. Graham, institutional research and planning, July 1, 1971
John K. Kelly, criminal justice, July 1, 1971
Jeffrey A. Raffel, urban affairs, Aug. 1, 1971
Roland Ray Roth, entomology and applied ecology, July 16, 1971
Robert Uniatowski, plant and soil sciences, July 1, 1971
Hugh Frick, plant and soil sciences, July 1, 1976
Daniel J. Grim, Information Technologies/Network and Systems Services, July 1, 1976
David Hauke, Residential Conference Facilities/shops, July 19, 1976
Robert N. Spinelli, counseling and student development, Aug. 1, 1976
Catherine D. C. Zinszer, Budget Office, July 12, 1976
Dewey M. Caron, entomology and applied ecology, July 1, 1981
Bobby F. Caviness, computer and informantion sciences, July 1, 1981
Katharine C. Kerrane, University Honors Program, July 15, 1981
Euretta Schultheiss, Dining Services, Aug. 1, 1981
Domenick Sicilia, Bob Carpenter Center, July 27, 1981
Joseph Albert Brady, accounting and management information sciences, July 15, 1986
Faye M. Duffy, admissions, July 1, 1986
Mark A. Isaacs, agriculture and natural resources, July 1, 1986
George W. Luther, marine studies, July 1, 1986
Beverly B. McLain, education, July 7, 1986
Karen S. Nickel, Public Safety, July 14, 1986
George R. Parsons, marine studies, Aug. 1, 1986
Jeffrey A. Rivell, admissions, July 16, 1986
Denise M. Seliskar, marine studies, Aug. 1, 1986
William N. Shafarman, energy conversion, July 7, 1986
James R. Tiger, Facilities Management/paint shop, July 28, 1986
Dale W. Trusheim, institutional research and planning, Aug. 1, 1986
William J. Ullman, marine studies, Aug. 1, 1986
Harry W. Weis, library, July 7, 1986
Edith V. Corron, Facilities Management/building services, July 1, 1991
Earl Edwards, Facilities Management/lock and hardware services, July 8, 1991
Elizabeth C. Feldman, cashier, July 15, 1991
Linda F. Holmes, residential and conference facilities, July 1, 1991
Dottie Lynn Huff, Facilities Management/building services, July 1, 1991
Benjamin W. Kniffin, Facilities Management /lock and hardware services, July 15, 1991
Barbara L. Kreppel, administrative services, Aug. 1, 1991
Jo A. Mercer, Cooperative Extension, July 22, 1991
John C. Nye, agriculture and natural resources, July 1, 1991
Violet R. Pennington, Facilities Management/building services, July 1, 1991
Mary P. Richards, English, July 1, 1991
Deborah J. Smith, Facilities Management/building services, July 1, 1991
Joshua A. Brandwene, recreation services, July 1, 1996
Linda L. Brannen, biological sciences, July 29, 1996
George R. Conrade, hotel, restaurant and institutional management, July 1, 1996
Cheryl A. Davis, arts and science, Aug. 1, 1996
Ronald L. Ford, Facilities Management/building services, July 1, 1996
Bertha F. Gaines, Residential Conference Facilities/shops, July 17, 1996
Barbara K. Gillette, English Language Institute, July 1, 1996
Patti H. Hall, medical technology, July 1, 1996
Bobby W. Hubbard, Residential Conference Facilities/shops, July 8, 1996
David A. Hutchins, marine studies, Aug. 1, 1996
Ralph L. Mason, English Language Institute, July 1, 1996
Maria C. Pautler, plant and soil sciences, July 1, 1996
Wiley E. Reeves, Residential Conference Facilities/shops, July 8, 1996
Rupa Roy, biological sciences, July 24, 1996
Christine Y. Schultz, alumni relations, Aug. 1, 1996
James R. Slater, English Language Institute, July 1, 1996
Gail E. Walford, economics, Aug. 1, 1996
Gregory D. Binford and David Hansen, plant and soil sciences, $70,676 from Delaware Nutrient Management Commission for "Nutrient Management Education and Certification Plan."
Carroll E. Izard, Trustees Distinguished Professor of Psychology, $8,000 from Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families, Division of Child Mental Health Service, for "ECAP Teachers in An Emotion Centered Prevention Program."
James Kolodzey, $251,087, and Dennis W. Prather, $82,913, electrical and computer engineering, from U.S. Air Force Material Command for "Fabrication of a Sige-based Quantum Cascade Terahertz Laser-Center for Si-based THZ devices."
Beth A. Mineo, Applied Science and Engineering Center, $7,700 from the Developmental Disabilities Council for "System Coordination and Community Services/Life Conference 2001."
Audrey J. Noble, Education Research and Development Center, $14,000 from Colonial School District for "Colonial 21st Century Community Grant."
George Pulliam, cooperative extension services, $20,000 from Cape Henlopen School District for "P.R.I.D.E.Cape Henlopen School District Partnership Grant."
Harry W. Shenton, civil and environmental engineering, $24,990 from National Science Foundation for "New Concepts in Long-Term Structural Health Monitoring."
J. Thomas Sims, plant and soil sciences, and George Malone, animal and food sciences, $62,500 from Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control for "Chemical Amendment of Poultry Litter: Stabilizing Phosphorus for Water Quality Protection and Enhancing the Profitability of Poultry Production."
Timothy E. Targett, marine studies, $20,700 from Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Division of Fish and Wildlife, for "Reproductive Biology of Weakfish in Delaware Bay."
From National Science Foundation: Keith S. Decker, computer and information sciences, $139,016 and Carl Schmidt, animal and food sciences, $51,805 for "A Knowledge Base for Storage and Analysis of Expressed Sequence Tags (ESTS)"; Timothy W. Deering, marine studies, $154,563 for "Oceanographic Technical Services"; Dennis H. Evans, chemistry and biochemistry, $173,000 for "Analytical and Mechanistic Studies in Electrochemistry"; Javier Garcia-Frias, electrical and computer engineering, $64,872 for "Iterative Decoding Schemes for Channels with Memory: Application to Fading Channels"; David A. Hutchins, marine studies, $234,400 for "Continuous Nutrient Input Effects on Algal Community Structure Using Shipboard Chemostates"; Murray V. Johnston, chemistry and biochemistry, $252,604 for "Protein Characterization by Capillary Isoelectric Focusing, Gas-Phase Electrophoretic Mobility and Mass Spectrometry"; Abraham M. Lenhoff, chemical engineering, Eric W. Kaler, Elisabeth Inez Kelley Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Stanley I. Sandler, Henry Belin du Pont Chair of Chemical Engineering, $176,992 for "The Thermodynamics of Protein Separations"; Raul F. Lobo, chemical engineering, $240,000 for "The Local Structure of Zeolites from X-ray and Neutron Scattering Data"; Adam G. Marsh, marine studies, $295,883 for "Metabolic Energy Costs of Development in Feeding and Non-Feeding Larvae"; Ajay K. Prasad, mechanical engineering, $90,094 for "Laboratory Analogue for Cloud Entrainment: Experiments and Simulations of Volumetrically Heated Jets"; and John Q. Xiao, physics and astronomy, an additional $6,000 for "Interface Effects in Magnetic Tunneling Junctions."
Paul D. Amer, computer and information sciences, $266,000 from Lockheed Saunders Inc. for "Advanced Telecommunication/ Information Distribution Research Program."
Gonzalo R. Arce, electrical and computer engineering, $57,552 from Raytheon Systems Co. for "Raytheon ACN Project."
Steven K. Dentel, civil and environmental engineering, $50,000 from U.S. Filter Operating Services for "Analysis, Sources, and Mitigation of Alkyl Amine Odors in Boisolids."
Mary E. Galvin-Donoghue, materials science and engineering, $70,500 from Ohio State University Research Foundation and $15,000 from the DuPont Co. for "Acquisition of Equipment for Polymeric Electroactive Materials Research and Education."
Mark W. Huddleston, international programs and special sessions, $10,800 from Center for U.S. Studies for "Zusas 2001Experience America."
Carl W. Jacobson, Information Technologies/ Management Information Services, $770,000 from Mellon Foundation for "Proposal to Support a Common Institutional Information Portal for Institutions of Higher Education."
Murray V. Johnston and Douglas Doren, chemistry and biochemistry, and Hai Wong, mechanical engineering, $621,738 from Worcester Polytechnic Institute for "Fundamental Studies of Nanoparticle Formation Processes Relevant to Air Pollution."
Eric W. Kaler, Elisabeth Inez Kelley Professor of Chemical Engineering, $67,000 from Schlumberger Technology Corp. for "Micelle Rheology."
Laurence S. Kalkstein, geography, $5,000 from Electric Power Research Institute Inc. for "Development of Heat Health Watch-Warning System for Rome and Shanghai."
Fouad E. Kiamilev, electrical and computer engineering, $90,645 from BAE Systems for "Steered Agile Beams"; $358,500 from George Mason University for "Adaptive Control for Thermal Imagers Via Electro-Optic Elements to Yield and Enhanced Sensor"; and $119,948 from Raytheon Systems Co. for "Raytheon CAN Project."
Eric Kmiec, biological sciences, $7,239 from Hereditary Disease Foundation for "Chimeric Oligonucleotides for Huntington's Disease."
Maria R. Pippidis, Cooperative Extension, $72,000 from the Chase Manhattan Foundation for "Jump Start Literacy Program."
William N. Shafarman, energy conversion, $40,746 from Global Solar Energy LLC for "Process Development of Large Area, Thin Film CIGS+."
Hai Wang, mechanical engineering, $110,082 from Worcester Polytechnic Institute for "Fundamental Studies of Nanoparticle Formation."