UpDate - Vol. 15, No. 29, Page 10 April 25, 1996 Faculty and staff PUBLICATIONS Mark J. Miller, political science and international relations, "Employer Sanctions in France: From the Campaign Against Illegal Alien Employment to the Campaign Against Illegal Work," U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform, 1995. Herbert E. Allen, civil and environmental engineering, with graduate student Steven B. Martin Jr., "Remediation of Metal Contaminated Soil by EDTA: Washing-Electrochemical Recovery of EDTA and Metal," in Chemtech, vol. 26, no.4, pages 23-25, 1996. Judith Hough-Goldstein, entomology and applied ecology, with undergraduates J. Cox and A. Armstrong, "Podisus maculiventris (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) Predation on Ladybird Beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)," in Florida Entomologist, vol. 79, no. 1, pages 64-68. Allan L. McCutcheon, sociology, "Models for the Analysis of Categorically-Scored Panel Data," in Analysis of Change: Advanced Techniques in Panel Data Analysis, J. Reinecke and U. Engel, editors, de Gruyter, New York, 1996. Robert F. Brown, philosophy, "Is Much of Schelling's Freiheitsschrift (1809) Already Present in His Philosophie und Religion (1804)?," in Schellings Weg Zur Freiheitsschrift: Legende und Wirklichkeit, pages 110-131, Frommann-Holzboog, Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, 1996. Frederick M. Swain, geology emeritus, "Ostracoda from Holocene and Pleistocene Lake Sediments of Minnesota," in Revista Espanola de Micropaleotologia, vol. 27, no. 3, pages 15-67, 1995. Michael Peterson, physical education, "Putting 'Work' Into Worksite Wellness," in Wellness Management, vol. 12, no. 1, winter, 1996; and "Health Perception and Behavior Comparisons Between Wellness Program Participants and Non-Participants," in Journal of Wellness Perspectives, summer, 1996. PRESENTATIONS Anna Bergstrom, foreign languages and literatures, "How To Count Learner Production," at American Association of Applied Linguistics conference, March 23-26, Chicago. Marion C. Hyson, individual and family studies, with Ann Dilcher, "Effects of Developmental Appropriateness and Adults' Emotional Involvement on Young Children's Activity Engagement," at American Educational Research Association annual meeting, April 11, New York. Chandra L. Reedy, art conservation, "Early American Glass Technology," at Johns Hopkins University, Department of Material Science, April 11, Baltimore. William I. Homer, art history, "Postmodernism and Popular Culture," a graduate seminar, at the Sorbonne, March 28, Paris. Suresh G. Advani, mechanical engineering, "Flow and Heat Transfer in Stationary Fiber Beds," at Los Alamos, N.M. Anthony Seraphin, mathematical sciences, "Turbulent Velocity Field Within and Above an Inhomogeneous Surface," at Association of American Geographers 92nd annual meeting, April 9-13, Charlotte, N.C. Ivo Dominguez, foreign languages and literatures, "En Torno a la Historia Verdadera de Bernal Diaz del Castillo," and chairperson of a panel, "Conquista y Colonizacion de America en la Literature," at Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies meeting, March 29-30, Bucknell University. Dennis Jackson, English, "The 'Stormy Petrel of Literature': D.H. Lawrence's Challenge to the 'Censor-Morons,'" at School of Journalism and Mass Communications, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April 4. James A. Hawk and Teclemariam Weldekidan, plant and soil sciences, "Breeding for Drought Tolerant Maize in the Mid- Atlantic Region of the U.S.," at International Symposium on Developing Drought and Low N-Tolerant Maize, March 25-29, El Batan, Texcoco, Mexico. Kenneth J. Campbell, political science and international relations, "The International Use of Force to Suppress Genocide: Necessary and Realistic," at International Symposium on Contemporary Genocide, April 15-16, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Farley Grubb, economics, "The Transatlantic Market for British Convict Labor: An Economic Analysis," at College of William and Mary, April 12, Williamsburg, Va. Carolyn Fisher, animal and food sciences, "Phenolics in Spices: Flavorants and Anticarcinogens," at American Chemical Society, Maine section, March 22, Bangor. Douglas Tuttle, public safety, "The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act: Implications for Campus Crime Prevention Officers," at Pennsylvania Association of Campus Crime Prevention Practitioners meeting, April 18, Pittsburgh. Stuart L. Cooper, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Chemical Engineering, "The Polymer World, 1940-1996," an invited lecture, at symposium celebrating the centennial of the birth of Wallace Carothers, inventor of nylon, at DuPont Country Club, April 17, Wilmington. Herbert E. Allen, civil and environmental engineering, with Harold L. Bergman of University of Wyoming and Dominic DiToro of Manhattan College, "Water Quality Standards for Metals: The Past, The Present and (perhaps) the Future" and, with graduate student, Yujun Yin, "The Importance of Organic Matter on the Sorption of Cadmium and Mercury to Soil," at Workshop on Risk Assessment of Metals in the Environment, March 5, Santiago, Chile, and at Old Dominion University, March 18-20, Norfolk, Va. The first talk was also presented at the International Copper Association semiannual meeting, March 27, Bangkok, Thailand. SERVICE Dene G. Klinzing, human resources, was elected a representative to Child Life Council Vision to Action Program and will attend meetings in Annapolis and Albuquerque to consider the future of the child-life profession. Susan Brynteson, library, was appointed to a three-year term with the Delaware Humanities Council. AWARDS Kenneth J. Campbell, political science and international relations, was selected by the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs to attend a faculty seminar on ethics and humanitarian intervention, June 12-15, at Colorado College, Colorado Springs. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY 15 years Janet Sample Kurman, American Philosophical Association, May 1, 1981 Douglas Tallamy, entomology and applied ecology, May 1, 1981 10 years Belena Chapp, University Gallery, May 1, 1986 Joanna Moore, arts and science, May 1, 1986 5 years Marilyn Bauman, Delaware Institute for Arts in Education, May 1, 1991 GRANTS Antony N. Beris, chemical engineering, $63,454, from Office of Naval Research for "Non-Linear Fluid Flow/Surfactant Interface Dynamics." David L. Colton and Peter B. Monk, mathematical sciences, $124,028 from U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for "Inverse Scattering Problems for Electromagnetic Waves." Conrado M. Gempesaw and James R. Bacon, food and resource economics, $7,500 from Delaware Department of Agriculture for "Marketing Study for Kenaf Core in the Greenhouse Industry." John W. Gillespie Jr., composite materials, $75,000, from Atlantic Research Corp. for "Marine Platform Technologies Program" and $28,110 from United Defense LP for "Support of the Armor System of the Composite Armored Vehicle-Advanced Technology Demonstrator (CAV ATD) Program." Audrey L. Helfman, urban affairs and public policy, $19,510 from Delaware Developmental Disabilities Planning Council for "Conduct Focus Group to Identify Information Needed by Families with Members Who Have Development Disabilities and Resource Accessibility." Kathleen Hollowell, mathematical sciences, $4,000 from University of Texas at Arlington for "1996 Summer Institute Teachers Teaching with Technology Program." Marion C. Hyson, individual and family studies, $1,000 from city of Newark for "Adult Day Care." Vic Klemas, marine studies, $19,978 from Office of Naval Research for "To Investigate Coastal Dynamics with Space Shuttle Data: Analysis of Arabian Sea Photography." Ralph E. Kleinman, mathematical sciences, $569,500 from U.S. Air Force Office of Science Research for "Mathematical & Numerical Methods for Analysis and Design of Electromagnetic Fields.