FOR THE RECORD...

BOOKS


Philip Goldstein, professor in the parallel program, Wilmington, Communities of Cultural Value: Reception Study, Political Differences and Literary History, Rowman & Littlefield, Lexington Books.

Clyde Moneyhun, assistant professor of English, with Marvin Diogenes, Crafting Fiction: In Theory, In Practice, Mayfield Publishing Co.

Monika Shafi, professor of foreign languages and literatures, Balancing Acts: Intercultural Encounters in Contemporary German and Austrian Literature, Tuebingen, Stauffenburg, 2001.

PUBLICATIONS


John C. Kraft, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Geology, et al, "The Geological and Paleogeographical Environs of the Artemision," in Der Kosmos der Artemis, S.B. 37, Osterreichisches Archaologisches Institute, Wien, 2001.

Theodore E.D. Braun, professor of foreign languages and literatures, "Voltaire: The English Connection," in SVEC, vol. 10.

Melinda K. Duncan, assistant professor of biological sciences, with graduate student Wenwu Cui and postdoctoral student Dong-Jin Oh, and Stanislav I. Tomarev, "Proxl Is Differentially Localized During Lens Development," in Mechanisms of Development, vol. 112, pages 15-198.

Thomas E. McKenna, associate scientist of the Delaware Geological Survey, et al, "Potential Thermohaline Convection in a Shale-rich Sedimentary Basin: Example from the Gulf of Mexico Basin in South Texas," in American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, vol. 85, no. 12, pages 2089-2110.

Robert L. Hampel, professor of education, "Historical Perspectives on Small Schools," in Phi Delta Kappa, vol. 83, no. 5, pages 357-363.

David L. Langenberg, associate librarian, "Researching the History of Your House," a digital publication on American Library Association Reference and User Services Association history section web site [www2.lib.udel. edu/ref/docs/house-bib.htm].

Catherine B. Kirn-Safran, associate scientist, Joanne Julian, scientist, Jennifer E. Fongemie, resident associate I, David E. Hoke of the University of Melbourne, Australia, and Kirk J.C. Czymmek, laboratory coordinator of biological sciences, with Daniel D. Carson, chairperson and Trustees Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences, "Changes in the Cytologic Distribution of Heparin/Heparan Sulfate Interacting Protein/ribosomal Protein L29 (HIP/RPL29) During In Vivo and In Vitro Mouse Mammary Epithelial Cell Expression and Differentiation," in Developmental Dynamics, vol. 223, pages 70-84.

Frank B. Murray, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Educational Studies and Psychology, "Accreditation Reform and the Preparation of Teachers for a New Century," in Tomorrow's Teachers, McCutchan Publishing Corp.

Victoria R. Schmalhofer, assistant professor of biological sciences, "Tritrophic Interactions in a Pollination System: Impacts of Species Composition and Size of Flower Patches on the Hunting Success of a Flower-Dwelling Spider," in Oecologia, vol. 129, pages 292-303.

Susan L. Miller, professor of sociology and criminal justice, "The Paradox of Women Arrested for Domestic Violence: Criminal Justice Professionals and Service Providers Response," in Violence Against Women, vol. 7, no. 12, pages 1339-1376, December.

Julio F. Carrion, assistant professor of political science and international relations, "Political Skepticism, Political Support, and Political Stability in New Democracies," in Comparative Political Studies, vol. 35, no. 1; and "Las Elecdiones Peruanas de 2001: Desmantelando la Herencia Autoritaria," in Reflexion Politica, vol. 3, no. 6.

Chandra L. Reedy, professor of museum studies, with Elizabeth Goins of Rochester Institute of Technology, "Digital Image Analysis in Microscopy for Objects and Architectural Conservation," in Objects Specialty Group Postprints, vol. 7, pages 122-137.

Gibbons Ruark, professor of English, a poem, "Thinking of a Painting by Alexander Haden," in Shenandoah, winter 2001; and an essay, "The Day A Poem Comes Home," in The Cortland Review [www.cortlandreview. com], winter.

Patricia A. Martin-DeLeon, professor of biological sciences, with postdoctoral fellow Hong Zhang, "Mouse Epididymal Spam1(PH-20) Is Released In Vivo and In Vitro and Spam 1 is Differentially Regulated in Testis and Epididymis," in Biology of Reproduction, vol. 65, pages 1586-1593; and Martin-DeLeon et al, "Assignment of the Parathyroid Hormone/ Parathyroid Hormone-Related Peptide Receptor (PtHR1) to Rabbit Chromosome Band 9p14-13 by Fluorescence in situ Hybridization," in Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics, vol. 94, pages 90-91; and with doctoral students Ying Zhen and Xiangning Deng and postdoctoral fellows Yutong Zhao and Zhang, "Spam1 (Ph-20) Mutations and Sperm Dysfunction in Mice with the Rb(6.16) or Rb(6.15) Translocation," in Mammalian Genome, vol. 12, pages 822-829.

Valerie Hans, professor of sociology and criminal justice,"Inside the Black Box: Comment on Diamond and Vidmar," in Virginia Law Review, vol. 8, no. 8, pages 1917-1932.

William W. Boyer, Charles P. Messick Professor Emeritus of Public Administration, with Mun-Hee Kang, "Asia's Influence on Public Administration in the West," in International Area Review, vol. 4, no. 2, pages 3-20, Seoul, Korea.

Limin Kung Jr., professor of animal sciences, with A.G. Whiter, "The Effect of a Dry or Liquid Application of Lactobacillus plantarum MTD1 on the Fermentation of Alfalfa Silage," pages 2195-2202, and with N.K. Ranjit, "The Effect of Lactobacillus buchneri and Other Additives on the Fermentation and Aerobic Stability of Barley Silage," pages 1149-155, in Journal of Dairy Science, vol. 84.

Kenneth Koford, professor of economics, "An Experimental Test of the Degree of Trust in Bulgaria: Some Results and Some Conjectures," in Economy and Development of Society, vol. 2, Varna Economics University Publishers, Bulgaria.

John B. Bishop, associate vice president of student life, "Students with Histories of Counseling: Implications for Counseling Centers and Other Administrative Units," in Journal of College Student Development, vol. 43, pages 130-133.

Members of the Delaware Geological Survey have produced several publications: Kelvin W. Ramsey, scientist, "Geologic Map of the Ellendale and Milton Quadrangles, Delaware," Geologic Map Series No. 11; William S. Schenck, scientist, with Margaret O. Plank and LeeAnn Srogi, "Geochemistry of the Mafic Rocks, Delaware Piedmont and Adjacent Pennsylvania and Maryland," Report of Investigation No. 60; and Peter P. McLaughlin Jr., senior scientist, with S. Baxter, research associate II, Ramsey, S. Strohmeier and T.E. McKenna, associate scientist, "Results of Trenching Investigations along the New Castle Railroad: Survey and Seismic Line New Castle, Del," Open File Report No. 43.

Philip Goldstein, professor in the parallel program, Wilmington, "Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe," in Postmodernism: Key Figures, Blackwell's Press.

PRESENTATIONS


Terry Campbell and Phyllis Keys, assistant professors of finance, "Corporate Governance in South Korea: the Chaebol Experience," at Financial Management Association annual conference, October, Toronto: and Campbell with Chris Anderson and David Becher, "Bank Mergers, the Market for Bank CEOs and Managerial Incentives," at Conference on Corporate Governance in the Banking and Financial Services Industries, November, New York University Stern School of Business.

Bonnie A. Robb, associate professor of foreign languages and literatures, "Genlis's Gertrude: 'La Femme Philosophe' Gives in to Passion," at East-Central American Society for 18th-Century Studies, Oct 18-22, Cape May, N.J.

Gary Stephen Allison, assistant professor of education, "Epilepsy and Multiple Disabilities: Keeping the Family Whole and Functional," Nov. 10, UD's Trabant Center; and "Reaching and Teaching the Reluctant Learner," at Christina School District Teachers/New Teachers Council, Stanton Middle School, Dec. 3.

William Frawley, director of undergraduate studies, Karen Bauer, assistant director for institutional research and planning, Gabriele Bauer, teaching consultant in the Center for Teaching Effectiveness, Clyde Moneyhun, assistant professor of English and director of UD Writing Center, and graduate students Thomas Dougherty and Tim Liang, "LIFE and Pathways: Assessing Two New Freshman Programs at the University of Delaware," at eighth national conference on students in transition, Oct. 27-30, Oak Brook, Ill.

Marian Lief Palley, professor of political science and international relations, "Hospital Mergers and the Future of Women's Reproductive Health Care Services," at southern Political Science Association Conference, Nov. 9.

Gabriele Bauer, teaching consultant in the Center for Teaching Effectiveness, with Carol Weiss of Villanova University, "Individual Teaching Consultations with Faculty," at Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education annual conference, Oct. 11, St. Louis.

Jack R. Vinson, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, with graduate student E.C. Preissner, "Analytical and Finite Element Analyses of a Composite Sandwich Cylindrical Shell of Rounded Corner Square Cross-section" with graduate student S. Xiao, "On Predicting the Dynamic Failure in Composite Materials Under Compressive and Tensile Loads" and with visiting professor O.T. Thomsen, "Design Study of a Composite Sandwich Truck Tank Using a High-Order Sandwich Theory Approach," at International Mechanical Engineering Conference and Exhibition, Nov. 11-16, New York City.

James L. Morrison, professor of leadership and consumer studies, "Leadership, Health Care and the Digital Economy," at International Leadership Conference, Nov. 3, Miami.

John H. Talley, associate director of the Delaware Geological Society, and research assistant Stefanie J. Baxter, "Streams and Aquifers–The Water Supply Framework for Delaware," at UD"s Institute for Public Administration Public Policy Forum on drinking water, Oct. 11.

Three faculty from the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics made a presentation at the Food and Nutrition Conference and Exhibition, Oct. 21, St. Louis: Charlene Hamilton and Elizabeth Lieux, both associate professors of nutrition and dietetics, and Ann Rucinski, instructor in nutrition and dietetics, "Using Technology To Increase Your Teaching Effectiveness."

Two members of the College of Marine Studies made presentations at the 16th International Biennial Estuarine Research Federation Conference, Nov. 4-8, St. Pete Beach, Fla.: John L. Gallagher, professor of marine studies, "Salt Marsh Plants: Genetic Resources for Solving Problems Near and Far from the Estuary," and Denise M. Seliskar, scientist in marine studies, "The Regulation of Ecosystem Functions by Ecotypic Variation in the Dominant Plant: Resource and Modifer Activity of Spartina alterniflora."

Rudi Matthee, associate professor of history, "Islam and Violence," at English Language Union, Nov. 16, Centreville, Pa., and "The Port of Basra in the 17th Century: Boom and Bust," at Middle East Studies Association conference, Nov. 19, San Francisco.

Graduate students and faculty of the Department of Geology made presentations at the Geological Society of America annual meeting, Nov. 1-10, Boston: Graduate student Nicholas E. Allmendinger with James E. Pizzuto, chairperson of geology, "Width Adjustment of Laterally Migrating Mixed Load Gravel-Bed Rivers of the Mid-Atlantic Piedmont"; Lyndon Brown, graduate student, with John Madsen, associate professor of geology, and Thomas McKenna, associate scientist in the Delaware Geological Survey, "Mapping of Holocene Paleochannels of Delaware's Inland Bays Using High-Resolution Seismic Reflection Methods: Implications for Groundwater Discharge to Shallow Estuaries"; graduate student Bo Li with John C. Kraft, H.F. Brown Professor of Geology, "Reconstruction of the Pre-transgression Topography of a Coastal Marsh, Lewes, Del., and Its Implications of Modeling the Holocene Salt Marsh Accretion Process"; graduate research assistant Shaobin Liu with Billy P. Glass, professor of geology, "Detailed Stratigraphy Across the Impact Layer at Massignano"; Madsen, et al, "Streaming Resistivity Surveys and Core Drilling Define Groundwater Discharge into Coastal Bays of the Delmarva Peninsula" and with Steve Fifield, assistant professor of biology, and Deborah Allen, associate professor of biology, Harry Shipman, Annie Jump Cannon Professor of Astronomy, and Nancy Brickhouse and Zoubeida Dagher, both associate professors of education, and Danielle Ford, assistant professor of education, "Science Semester at the University of Delaware: Integrated Inquiry and Problem-Based Learning Approach to Improve the Science Understanding of Future Elementary Education Teachers"; Ronald E. Martin, professor of geology, with Pizzuto and Daria Nikitina, graduate student, "Residence Times of Marsh Foraminiferal Assemblages: Implications for the Formation of Latest Holocene Sea-Level Signals" and Martin, et al, "Spatial Variability of Bioturbation in Coastal Salt Marshes: Implications for Infaunal Foraminiferal Distributions and Recovery of Ecological Signals"; Susan McGreary, associate professor of geology, "Near-Surface Seismic Reflection Study of Quaternary Tectonics and Stratigraphy on the Bolivan Altiplano"; John F. Wehmiller, professor of geology, "Chronostratigraphic and Paleocimatic Implications of Paired Radiocarbon/Racemization Analyses of Quaternary Mollusks from the U.S. Mid- and Southeastern Atlantic Coastal Plain" and "Late Pleistocene Sea Levels Based on Sequences from the New Jersey Continental Shelf"; and graduate students Bartholomew D. Wilson and Allmendinger and Martin, "Dendrochronology and Sea Level Along the New Jersey Coast."

Members of the Delaware Geological Survey also made presentations at the Geological Society of America annual meeting, in November in Boston: Richard N. Benson with Peter P. McLaughlin, both senior scientists in the Delaware Geological Survey, "New Perspectives on Correlation of Nonmarine Depositional Packages in the Cretaceous Potomac Formation, Delaware Coastal Plain"; Delaware Geological Survey associate scientist Thomas E. McKenna, with senior scientist A.S. Andres, research specialist L.T. Wang and T.L. DeLiberty, "Mapping of Locations of Ground-Water Discharge in Rehoboth and Indian River Bays, Delaware, Using Thermal Imagery," with Lyndon Audley Brown, research assistant in geology, John Madsen, associate professor in geology, and D. Kranz, "Mapping of Holocene Paleochannels of Delaware's Inland Bays Using High Resolution Seismic Reflection Methods" and with K.P. Steck, Andres and Deliberty, "Use of a GIS Model to Estimate Ground Water Discharge to Rehoboth and Indian River Bays, Delaware"; and McLaughlin with J.V. Browning, K.G. Miller, J.C. Hernandez and P. Sugarman, "Sequence Chameleon: The Miocene of New Jersey vs. Delaware."

Robert R. Jordan, director of the Delaware Geological Survey, "History of the North American Stratigraphic Code," at international Hedberg Research Conference; "Sequence Stratigraphic and Allostratigraphic Principles and Concepts," Aug. 26-29, Dallas; and "Geology of White Clay Creek Valley," at annual meeting of Coalition for Natural Stream Valleys, Oct. 10.

Herbert E. Allen, professor of civil and environmental engineering, "Chemical Speciation of Metals Must Be Considered in Environmental Assessment," at International Conference on Environmental Concerns and Emerging Abatement Technologies, Oct. 9-12, Beijing, China; Allen et al, "A Novel Model Describing Heavy Metal Concentrations in the Earthworm, Eisenia andrei," at Soil Science Society of America annual meeting, Oct. 24, Charlotte, N.C., and at 23rd annual meeting, Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Nov. 12-15, Baltimore. Also presented at the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry meeting, Allen, et al, "Importance of pH on the Desorption of Natural Organic Matter and Trace Metals in Soils," "An Alternative Approach to PBT for Assessing Hazard of Metals and Metal Compounds," with graduate student Sagar Thakali and Victor Kaliakin, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, a poster, 'Film-Pore Diffusion Model for the Sorption/Desorption of Trace Metals on Metal Oxides," with graduate student Angela DiFrancesco, Pei Chiu, assistant professor, and Daniel Cha, associate professor, both of civil and environmental engineering, and Laurel Standley, a poster, "Fate of Fragrance Materials in Sludge-Amended Soils," and with graduate student June Sup Song, Cha and visiting professor Jae Choe, "Inhibition of Nitrification in Activated Sludge by Copper: Effect of Heterotropic Population" and a poster with Yuefeng Lu, EG 2000PhD, "Characterization of Copper Complexation with Natural Dissolved Organic Matter."

Frank B. Murray, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Educational Studies and Psychology, "The Teacher Education Accreditation Council," at Council of Independent Colleges 29th annual institute for chief academic officers, Nov. 4, Palm Springs, Calif., and "College Presidents and the Education of Teachers: School Reform Comes to the President's Office," at the Association of Schools of Higher Education Public Policy seminar, Nov. 15, Richmond, Va.; and "Evaluation of the Quality of Evidence About Learning," at 2002 Pew Forum, Jan. 6, Scottsdale, Ariz.

Peter P. McLaughlin Jr., senior scientist in the Delaware Geological Survey, "Application of Palynomorph Biostratigraphy to Correlation of Aquifer Units in Non-Marine Facies of the Cretaceous Potomac Formation, Delaware Coastal Plain," and "Do-It-Yourself Searchable Photographic Palynology Databases–A Quick and Easy Approach Using Microsoft Access," a poster, at 2001 annual meeting, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists, Oct. 20-24, San Antonio; and "Delaware During the Cretaceous," at Delaware Museum of Natural History, Jan. 26.

Philip Goldstein, professor in the parallel program, Wilmington, "Black Feminism and the Canon: Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! and Morrison's Beloved as Gothic Romances," at American Women Writers of Color Conference, Oct. 19-21, Ocean City, Md., and "Gender and Genre in Sara Paretsky's and Mickey Spillane's Detective Fiction," at Midwest Modern Language Association meeting, Nov. 1-3, Cleveland.

Jack R. Vinson, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, invited seminars, "Methods of Analysis and Minimum Weight Optimization of Sandwich Structures for Naval Vessels" and "High Strain Rate Effects on Composite Materials Used in Naval Vessels," at Navy Surface Warfare Center, Dec. 6, Carderock, Md.

Dallas G. Hoover, professor of animal and food sciences, "Bacteriocins," at 82nd annual conference of Canadian Meat Council, Feb. 7, Ottawa, Ontario.

Chandra L. Reedy, professor of museum studies, an invited paper with Billie Milam Weisman, "Technical Studies on Renaissance Bronzes," at Materials Research Society symposium, Nov. 28, Boston; invited workshop, "Journal Publishing in Art Conservation," at American Institute for Conservation and the Textile Conservation Group, Nov. 16, New York University; and invited participant, "Charting the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training's Role in Preserving America's Heritage in the 21st Century," at Natchitoches, La., Nov. 6-8.

Susan Martin, assistant director of residence life, and Michael Fernbacher, complex coordinator of residence life, "Recruiting Graduate Student Hall Directors," at Mid-Atlantic College and University Housing Officers annual conference, Nov. 9, Cherry Hill, N.J.

Robert Taggart, associate professor of education, "Why Teacher Training Has Been So Hard to Reform," at Midwest History of Education Society, Oct. 26, Loyola University, Chicago.

Clyde Moneyhun, assistant professor of English, "Literary Texts as Primers in Meaning-Making," at conference on college composition and communication, March, Denver; and "Relationships Between Writing Programs and English Departments as Historical Formations," at Modern Language Association meeting, December, New Orleans.

Several members of the University faculty and staff made presentations at the Delaware Public Policy Forum, Drinking Water 2001: The Issues Concerning Delaware's Most Precious Natural Resource, Oct. 11, Clayton Hall: "The Permeability of Water and Borders," McKay Jenkins, associate professor of English, keynote speaker; "Water as the Blue Gold for the 21st Century– How Much Will There Be to Drink?" Gerald Kauffman, water resources engineer in the Water Resource Agency, Institute for Public Administration; "SWAPP– Going to the Source to Protect Delaware Drinking Water Quality," Martin Wollaston, senior planner in the Water Resource Agency, Institute for Public Administration; "Global Climate Change–Will It Mean More Droughts for Delaware?" Dan Leathers, chairperson of geography; "Streams and Aquifers–The Water Supply Framework in Delaware," John Talley, associate director of the Delaware Geological Survey, and Stefanie Baxter, research associate II of the Delaware Geological Survey; "Water Demand–What are the Economic and Population Aspects?" Eric Jacobsen, assistant professor of School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy, Institute for Public Administration, moderator; "An Efficient Pricing Mechanism to Manage Water Quantity in New Castle County, Del.," Joshua Duke, assistant professor of food and resource economics, John MacKenzie, associate professor of food and resource economics, and Robert Ehemann, AG '90; "The 2000 Census Results: Implications for Future Water Demand Forecasts," Edward Ratledge, director of Center for Applied Demography and Survey Research; 'Designing Revenue Neutral and Equitable Water Conservation–Oriented Water Rates for Use During Drought Summer Months: A Case Study of Northern Delaware," Young-doo Wang, associate professor of School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy, John Byrne, the center director of Center for Energy and Environmental Policy, Govind Gopakumar, MEEP '01, William J. Smith Jr., department fellow of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy, Amy Roe, research assistant of Center for Energy and Environmental Policy and Jyoti S. Kulkarni, research assistant in the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy; "Water Supply Governance: The Public-Private University," Robert Warren, professor in the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy, moderator; and "The Value of Water to the Citizen, the Consumer and to Commerce."

Thomas Sims, professor of plant and soil sciences. John Whalen, assistant professor of psychology, "You Shouldn't Count on Subitizing: Evidence from Estimation and Counting," at Psychonomic Society conference, Nov. 16-18, Orlando.

Limin Kung Jr., professor of animal and food sciences, et al, "Adding Lactobacillus buchneri 40788 to Alfalfa Silage Increases the Production of Acetic Acid in Laboratory and Farm-scale Silos and Has No Effect on the Dry Matter Intake of High Producing Dairy Cows," "The Effect of Lactobacillus buchneri 40788 and Enzymes on the Fermentation and Aerobic Stability of Barley Silage Fed to Lactating Cows," "The Effect of Applying a Buffered Propionic Acid-based Preservative (Ki 112) Alone or in Combination with a Mixture of Homolactic Acid Bacteria (HAB) on the Fermentation and Aerobic Stability of High Moisture Corn" and "The Effect of Inoculation with Lactobacillus plantarum MTD1 and Packing Density on the Fermentation of High DM Alfalfa Silage," at American Dairy Science Association meeting, July 24-27, Indianapolis; "Understanding Silage Fermentation Basics" and "Improving Forage Quality for Lactating Dairy Cows," at Cargill Preservative Training Meeting, Dec. 13, Wisconsin Dells, Wis.; "Interpretation and Use of Silage Fermentation Analyses," at Vita Plus Dairy workshop, Dec. 6, Wisconsin Dells, Wis.; "Use of Enzymes in Dairy Cattle Diets" and "Interpreting a Forage Analyses Report," at Pennsylvania State University's dairy cattle nutrition workshop, Nov. 6, Grantsville, Pa.; "Silage Management During Harvest and Storage," at Ohio State University Extension Silage Field Day, Aug. 29, Shreve, Ohio, and Aug. 28, Continental, Ohio; "Management Guidelines for Making Quality Silage," at Purina Mills technical seminar, Aug. 23, Camp Hill, Pa.; "Guidelines for Making Quality Silage," at Biotal summer dairy seminar, Aug. 16, Greenbay, Wis.; "Improving Aerobic Stability with L. buchneri 40788A," at Biotal summer dairy seminar, Aug. 14, Marathon, Wis.; "Understanding Silage Fermentation and Improving Aerobic Stability," at Biotal/Vita Plus summer seminar, Aug. 14, Goodhue, Minn.; "Managing for Optimum Silage Quality," at Agribasics Eastern Maryland dairy seminar, Aug. 9, Frederick, Md.; and "Commercial Applications for Enzymes in Ruminant Diets," at Cargill feed applications seminar, May 17, Minneapolis.

Robert R. Nelson, assistant professor of hotel, restaurant and institutional management, "The Under Appreciated Link Between Tourism and Quality of Life in Host Communities" and "The Positive and Negative Impacts of Travel/Tourism on the Quality of Life in Third World and Developing Nations–Measurement Issues," at International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies conference, Dec. 1, Washington, D.C.; and with undergraduate Justin E. Crews, "Policies of North American Based Food Service Operators Regarding the Use of Foods Derived from Genetically Modified Organisms," at seventh annual graduate student research conference in hospitality and tourism, Jan. 5, Houston, Texas.

Mark Stanton, professor of psychology, symposium organizer and presenter, at 16th annual winter conference on current issues in developmental psychology, Jan. 10-14, Palm Beach, Aruba.

Clinton White Jr., associate professor of business and economics, accounting and MIS, "The XML Alphabet Case: XML, XSLT and ebXML," at American Accounting Association Information Systems mid-year meeting, January, Orlando.

Margaret Stetz, visiting associate professor of women's studies, presentation based on her book, Legacies of the Comfort Women of World War II, at Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Jan. 16.

SERVICE


Gary Stephen Allison, assistant professor in the school of education, was named to the Education Advisory Board for Elwyn Institute, a multistate provider of education and treatment for students with disabilities.

Allan Fanjoy, administrator of special sessions, has been re-elected as member-at-large of the Administrative Council of the North American Association of Summer Sessions, an organization of more than 400 colleges across the U.S., Canada, Great Britain and the Caribbean.

Theodore E.D. Braun, professor of foreign languages and literatures, elected to a two-year term on the Comité d'Administration of the Société Voltaire, an international association with administrative officers in Ferney, Voltaire's chateau in France.

Rudi Matthee, associate professor of history, was elected to the board of the Association of Persian-Speaking Societies.

Julio F. Carrion, assistant professor of political science and international relations, appointed adjunct senior research associate of the Dane B. Fascell North-South Center, University of Miami, for the 2002-2003 academic year, where he will organize a workshop and edit a volume on the legacy of the Fujimori administration for democracy in Peru and Latin America.