|Vol. 17, No. 1||Sept. 4 1997|
Elizabeth M. Perse, Nancy Signorielli, Juliet L. Dee and Douglas M. McLeod, communication, "News Coverage of Abortion Between Roe and Webster: Public Opinion and Real-World Events," in Communication Research Reports, vol. 14, no. 1, pages 97-105; and Perse with Carole A. Barbato of Kent State University and Elizabeth E. Graham of Ohio University, "Interpersonal Communication Motives and Perceptions of Humor Among Elders," in Communication Research Reports, vol. 14, no. 1, pages 48-57.
Gibbons Ruark, English, "Swamp Mallows," a poem, in The Store of Joys: Writers Celebrate the North Carolina Museum of Art's 50th Anniversary, August.
Monika Shafi, foreign languages and literatures, "Gertrud Kolmar und Annette von Droste-Huelshoff: Aspetke einerweiblichen Lyriktradition," in Droste-Jahrbuch 3 (1991-1996), pages 288-308.
Mary Ann McLane, medical technology, with C. Marcinkiewicz, S. Vijay-Kumar and S. Niewiarowski, "Significance of RGD Loop and C-Terminal Domain of Echistatin for Recognition of aIIbb3 and avb3 Integrins and Expression of Ligand Induced Binding Site," in Blood, vol. 90, pages 1565-1575.
Charles E. Mason, entomology and applied ecology, with Sujaya Udayagiri, "Epicuticular Wax Chemicals in Zea mays Influence Oviposition in Ostrinia nubilalis," in Journal of Chemical Ecology, vol. 23, no. 7, pages 1675-1687.
Judy B. McInnis, foreign languages and literature, "Gabriela Mistral-la Judith Chilena," in Modalidades de Representacion del Sujeto Auto/Bio/Brafico Femenino, Magdalene Maiz and Luis H. Pena, editors, pages 157-169, Coleccian Andamos, Mexico; and "Communal Rites: Tea, Wine and Milton in Barbara Pym's Novels," in Renascence , vol. 48, no. 4, summer.
Bonnie Meszaros, Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship, with John Siegfried of Vanderbilt University, "Voluntary Content Standards for Pre-College Economics Education," in The American Economic Review, vol. 82, no. 2, pages 247-253; and, with S. McCorkle and M. Suiter of University of Missouri-St. Louis, J. Morton of Collegiate School and M. Schug of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Connecting the Pieces: Building a Better Economics Lesson, National Council on Economic Education, 1997.
Robert W. Birkmire and Erten Eser, Institute of Energy Conversion, "Polycrystalline Thin Film Solar Cells: Present Status and Future Potential," in Annual Review of Materials Science, vol. 27, pages 625-653.
Steven S. Hegedus, Institute of Energy Conversion, "Current-Voltage Analysis of a-Si and a-SiGe Solar Cells Including Voltage-dependent Photocurrent Collection," in Progress in Photovoltaics Research and Applications, vol. 5, pages 151-168, 1997.
Herbert E. Allen, civil and environmental engineering, and Graeme E. Batley of CSIRO Centre for Advanced Analytical Chemistry, New South Wales, "Kinetics and Equilibrium of Metal-Containing Materials: Ramifications for Aquatic Toxicity Testing for Classification of Sparingly Soluble Metal, Inorganic Metal Compounds and Minerals," in Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, vol. 3, pages 397-413.
Rivers Singleton Jr., biology, "Harland Goff Wood: An American Biochemist," in Comprehensive Biochemistry: History of Biochemistry, vol. 40, G. Semenza and R. Jaenicke, editors, Elsevier, Amsterdam.
Nobuhisa Kobayashi, civil and environmental engineering, with graduate students E.A. Karjadi and B.D. Johnson, "Dispersion Effects on Longshore Currents in Surf Zones," pages 240-248, and with A. Baquerizo, M.A. Losada of University of Cantabria and J.K. Smith of U.S. Army Coastal and Hydraulic Laboratory, "Cross-Shore Variation of Wave Reflection from Beaches," pages 274-279, in Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Engineering, vol. 123, no. 5.
Robert B. Carroll and A.L. Morehart, plant and soil sciences, with graduate fellow M. Sedegui and R. Lakhdor and A. Arafi of the Moroccan Ministry of Agriculture, "Forecasting Potato Late Blight in Morocco and Delaware," an invited presetation, at Potato Association of America annual meeting, Aug. 5, Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Canada.
MaryAnn McLane, medical technology, "Recombinant Disintegrins Demonstrate Importance of Arg-Gly-Asp (RGD) Loop Structure in Ligands of the Fibrinogen and Vitronectin Receptors," at American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science meeting, July 22.
Nancy Nelson, library, "Delivery to Your Doorstep: New Roles for Service Providers in Public and Academic Libraries," at American Library Association annual conference, June 29, San Francisco.
Y. Martin Lo, animal and food sciences, "Production of Cell-Free Xanthan Fermentation Broth by Cell Adsorption on Fibers," at Institute of Food Technologists annual meeting, June 14-18, Orlando.
John C. Cavanaugh, provost's office, "Managing the Change Within: Coming to Grips with Personal Aging" and "Weaving the Web Into Courses on Adult Development and Aging," at American Psychological Association meeting, August, Chicago.
Gibbons Ruark, English, reading of his poetic works at Kutztown State University, April.
Dallas G. Hoover, animal and food sciences, with Cindy M. Stewart, "Inoculated Packstudies To Determine the Effectiveness of High Hydrostatic Pressure, Heat and Nisin on Inhibiting Outgrowth of Clostridium sporogenes PA3679 Spores" and with graduate student Lesley Ellenberg, "Inactivation of Aeromonas hydrophila and Yersinia enterocolitica by High Hydrostatic Pressure in Model and Meat Systems," at Institute of Food Technologists annual meeting, June 14-18, Orlando.
Vic Klemas, marine studies, four invited lectures on remote sensing of coastal environment and resources at 49th Scottish Universities Summer School on Physical Processes in the Coastal Zone, Aug. 12-22, University of Dundee.
Mary Elizabeth Miele, medical technology, "Antibacterial Catheters and Nosocomial Infections," on Medical Update segment, WHYY 12 Tonight, a PBS news and public service program, Aug. 19.
J.T. Sims, plant and soil sciences, an invited presentation, "Phosphorus Soil Testing: Innovations for Water Quality Protection"; "Agricultural Phosphorus and Water Quality: Environmental Challenges in the Atlantic Coastal Plain of the U.S."; with H. Tunney, R. Foy, N. Luka and E. Byrne, "Comparison of Five Extractants for Available Phosphorus on Irish Grasslands Soils"; and with K.L. Gartley and C.T. Olsen, "Comparisons of Methods for Measuring Lead in Soils," at International Symposium on Soil and Plant Analysis, Aug. 2-7, Minneapolis.
Sheldon D. Pollack, accounting, "Tax Policy and the 1997 Tax Bill," at CPA Club of New Castle County, July 30, Wilmington.
Rivers Singleton Jr., biology, and Thomas Murray of Case Western Reserve University, "Transgenic Organisms as Organ Donors," for Chaplain Residents Program, Cleveland Clinic, Aug. 14.
Bonnie Meszaros, Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship, "Using Economic Standards to Develop Economic Lessons," at International Education Exchange Program: Conference for Trainer, July 1, Washington, D.C.
Several members of the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences presented papers at the American Phytopathological Society meeting, Aug. 9-13, Rochester: Robert B. Carroll and A.L. Morehart with graduate fellow M. Sedegui and R. Lakhdar, A. Arifi and A. Belarbi of Moroccan Ministry of Agriculture, "Utilization of Blitecast for Control of Late Blight in Morocco"; Carroll with graduate student R.C. McDowell and R.J. Power of the DuPont Co., "Comparison of Three Methods for Evaluating Fungicide Systemicity in Seedling Grapes"; and T.A. Evans with J. Burnside, animal and food sciences, R.W. Taylor and R.P. Mulrooney, Cooperative Extension, and D.A. Schaff of University of Pennsylvania, "Detection of Soybean Severe Stunt Virus and Control of Soybean Severe Stunt Using Resistant Varieties." Carroll also served as moderator for a college bowl contest, the DeBary Bowl, and was facilitator for the plant disease diagnosis contest. Evans and Sedegui were members of the team that placed second in the DeBary Bowl. Evans and Carroll were co-chairs of the Mid-Atlantic Kellogg Consortium meeting on plant health education initiative during the conference.
MaryAnn McLane, medical technology, served as Pennsylvania delegate to the house of delegates, American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science.
John Cavanaugh, provost's office, was elected member-at-large, executive board, Behavioral and Social Sciences Section, Gerontological Society of America.
Judy B. McInnis, foreign languages and literatures, named editor of MidAtlantic Council on Latin American Studies Essays.
Donna Borden, telephone services, was elected to a two-year term as director-at-large for the Association of College and University Telecommunications,
Thomas A. Evans, plant and soil sciences, was elected chairperson of the teaching committee of the American Phytopathological Society.
Bob Keown, animal and food sciences emeritus, has been elected to a three-year term on the board of directors of Creative Grandparenting, which seeks to unify and improve tutoring and mentoring efforts and help children reach their potential through interaction with caring adults.
Roland H. Bonsall, Facilities Management, heating and cooling, Sept. 11, 1967
Laurena Jackson, Dining Services, Sept. 8, 1977
Mary L. Zagar, Student Health Services, Sept. 6, 1977
Jayne E. Case, library, Sept. 8, 1987
Terri L. Lineback, occupational health and safety, Sept. 8, 1987
Roderic C. Don, Center for Composite Materials, Sept. 8, 1992
Robert C. Hite, library, Sept. 5, 1992
From the Army Research Office: Paul D. Amer, computer and information sciences, $20,000 for "Formal Design of Communication Protocols Based on the Estelle ISO Formal Description Technique"; John W. Gillespie Jr., composite materials, $50,000 for "Design, Analysis and Characterization of Urthrane-matrix Composites"; and James Kolodzey and Johnson O. Olowolafe, electrical and computer engineering, $107,951 for "Oxidized Aluminum Nitride for Device Insulators."
From the National Science Foundation: Robert D. Bach, chemistry and biochemistry, $88,000 for "The Mechanism of Oxygen Atom Transfer"; Dennis H. Evans, chemistry and biochemistry, $188,000 for "Analytical and Mechanistic Studies in Electrochemistry"; Robert P. Gilbert, Unidel Professor of Mathematical Sciences, $12,000 for "U.S.-Japan Joint Seminar--Transmutations, Reproducing Kernels and Methods of Modern Complex Analysis"; Murray V. Johnston, chemistry and biochemistry, and Anthony S. Wexler, mechanical engineering, $105,000 for "Gas-article Transport Limitations in Atmospheric Aerosols"; Jonathan H. Sharp, marine studies, an additional $9,947 for "The Analytically Correct Measurements of Dissolved Organic Matter in Seawater"; Steven D. Skopik, Robert B. Ketcham and Ramona T. Philhower, biological sciences, $30,548 for "Developing the European Corn Borer into a Model Organism for Teaching"; Kathleen J. Tierney and Joanne M. Nigg, Disaster Research Center, $12,500 for "Businesses and Disasters: Consequences of Disaster Victimization for Businesses and Business Districts"; Anthony S. Wexler, mechanical engineering, and Murray V. Johnston, chemistry and biochemistry, $79,709 for "Assessing the Composition and Source of Aerosols in the North Atlantic by Rapid Analysis of Single-particle Composition"; Kuo-Chuin Wong, marine studies, $62,000 for "On the Transverse Circulation in a Coastal Plain Estuary"; and John Qiang Xiao, George C. Hadjipanayis, Karl M. Unruh and Norbert Mulders, physics and astronomy, and Klaus H. Theopold, chemistry and biochemistry, $75,540 for "Acquisition of a Vibration Sample Magnetometer."
From the Office of Naval Research: Mohsen Badiey, marine studies, $132,001 for "Frequency Dependence of Sound Propagation and Scattering in the Ocean"; James Kolodzey and Paul Berger, electrical and computer engineering, $20,000 for "Material Properties of SiGeC Alloys"; Vic V. Klemas, marine studies, $10,000 for "Dynamic Analysis of Ocean Internal Waves Using Space Shuttle Data"; Shih Tsan Tang, marine studies, $10,000 for "Vortical Sea Surface Features Generated by a Submerged Body in a Current Field"; and J. Herbert Waite, marine studies, $84,862 for "Graduate Studies in Marine Interface Research."
Suresh G. Advani, mechanical engineering, and Tsu-Wei Chou, Jerzy L. Nowinski Professor of Mechanical Engineering, $47,248 from Quantum Group Inc. for "Heat Transfer Analysis and Evaluation of Cooling Systems for Thermo-photovoltaic (TPV) Design and Fabrication of Photovoltaic/Heat Sink Modules."
Stuart Binder-Macleod, physical therapy, $60,779 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, for "PT/PHD Predoctoral Training Program."
Robert W. Birkmire, energy conversion, and T.W. Fraser Russell, Allen P. Colburn Professor of Chemical Engineering, $50,000 from Global Solar Energy LLC and $50,000 from state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "In Situ Measurement of Copper Indium Diselenide Growth."
Thomas B. Brill, chemistry and biochemistry, $73,726 from California Institute of Technology for "Caltech/DOD-MURI/Novel Energetic Materials to Stabilize Rockets."
Stuart L. Cooper, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Chemical Engineering, $162,701 from National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, for "Mechanisms of Damage Caused by Cardiopulmonary Bypass."
Ana Dittel, Charles E. Epifanio and David L. Kirchman, marine studies, $11,875 from Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Patrick Center for Environmental Research, for "Production of Juvenile Blue Crabs in Coastal Wetlands: Spartina vs. Algal Food Chains."
Mary Dozier, psychology, $239,367 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, for "Specialized Mental Health Services for Foster Infants."
P. Andrew Evans, chemistry and biochemistry, $108,952 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, for "Stereoselective Synthesis of Cyclic Ethers."
Richard A. Foulds, applied science and engineering, $699,920 from U. S. Department of Education for "Rehabilitation Research Center in Augmentative Communication."
George C. Hadjipanayis, physics and astronomy, $25,000 from Rhìne-Poulenc Inc. and $25,000 from state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "High Temperature Nanocomposite Magnets."
Ian W. Hall, mechanical engineering, $25,000 from U.S. Army Research Laboratory for "Shear Localization Processes in W-based Alloys."
Arthur Halprin and Chung Ngoc Leung, physics and astronomy, $50,000 from U.S. Department of Energy for "Elementary Particle Theory."
Murray V. Johnston, chemistry and biochemistry, and Anthony S. Wexler, mechanical engineering, $111,070 from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for "Speciation of Volatile and Reacting Compounds in Particulate Matter."
Kenneth J. Koford, economics, $47,625 from the National Council for Soviet and East European Research for "Bank Lending Relationships in the Transition: Survey Evidence from Bulgaria and Hungary."
Seymour Levine, psychology, $260,098 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health for "Maternal Regulation of Infant Physiology and Behavior."
Steven S. Martin and Cynthia Robbins, drug and alcohol studies, $15,000 from Harvard University for "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-Harvard Match for Evaluation: A Collaborative Plan to Reduce Drinking at the University of Delaware."
Joanne M. Nigg, Disaster Research Center, $23,592 from College of William and Mary for "Archival Studies of Role Enactment, Organizing and Disaster."
Donald L. Peters, Amy Rextrew Professor of Individual and Family Studies, $7,872 from Delaware Department of Public Instruction for "Evaluation of the Department of Public Instruction Inclusion Project."
Maria R. Pippidis, Cooperative Extension, $1,000 from National Endowment for Financial Education for "High School Financial Planning Program."
Denise M. Seliskar, marine studies, $34,834 from the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Patrick Center for Environmental Research, for "Surface Film Development on Spartina- and Phragmites-fringed Marsh Creeks of the Delaware Estuary: Characterization and Food Web Potential."
William J. Ullman and David L. Kirchman, marine studies, $99,900 from U.S. Department of Energy for "The Effect of Bacteria and Microbial Metabolites on Mineral Dissolution in the Subsurface Environment."
Ronald F. Whittington, affirmative action and multicultural programs, an additional $341 from the National Collegiate Athletic Association for "1996 National Youth Summer Sports Program."
Richard P. Wool, composite materials, $50,000 from Hercules Inc. and $50,000 from state under Delaware Research Partnership program for "Structure and Strength of Polymer-solid Interfaces."
Andrew Zydney, chemical engineering, $15,000 from Millipore Corp., $15,000 from Genentech Inc. and $30,000 from state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "Membrane Filtration for Downstream Processing in Biotechnology."
From National Science Foundation: M. Sandra Carberry, K. Vijayashanker and Kathleen F. McCoy, computer and information sciences, an additional $6,500 for "NSF Traineeships in Natural Language Human-Computer Interfaces"; Phillip Christie, electrical and computer engineering, $50,002 for "Statistical Analysis of Interconnect Limited Systems"; Roberta F. Colman, chemistry and biochemistry, an additional $4,000 for "Affinity Labeling of Nucleotide Sites in Proteins"; Henry R. Glyde, physics and astronomy, $40,000 for "Neutron Scattering Experiments and Path Integral Monte Carlo Studies of Disordered Quantum Systems"; Robert G. Hunsperger, electrical and computer engineering, and Michael Chajes, civil and environmental engineering, $69,569 for "Corrosion Detection of Embedded or Encased High Strength Steel Rods and Cables Using Time Domain Reflectometry"; Murray V. Johnston, chemistry and biochemistry, $85,000 for "Nanoparticle Mass Spectrometry"; Abraham M. Lenhoff and Eric W. Kaler, chemical engineering, and Stanley I. Sandler, Henry Belin du Pont Professor of Chemical Engineering, $255,487 for "The Thermodynamics of Protein Separations"; Dov Leshchinsky, Hoe Peter Ling and Victor Kaliakin, civil and environmental engineering, $18,495 for "Seismic Permanent Displacement of Geosynthetic-reinforced Soil Structures"; George W. Luther, marine studies, $27,000 for "Carbon and Electron Acceptor Cycling in Lake and Estuarine Sediments during Early Diagenesis"; David M. Mason and Wenbo Li, mathematical sciences, $18,000 for "US- France: Random Fractals, Multivariate Wiener Processes and Empirical Processes and Applications"; and Timothy F. Pfeiffer, marine studies, $66,650 for "Technicians," $10,530 for "Shipboard Scientific Support Equipment" and $501,600 for "Ship Operations."
Herbert E. Allen, civil and environmental engineering, $300,000 from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for "Bioavailability Trophic Transfer and Fate of Pollutants in the Aquatic Environment."
A. Scott Andres, Delaware Geology Survey, $58,505 from Delaware Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water Resources, Water Supply Section, for "Mapping Ground-water Recharge Areas in the Inland Bays Area."
Robert W. Birkmire, energy conversion, $55,000 from Spire Corp. for "Monolithically Integrated CDTE/CDS Photodiodes on Scintillators for High Resolution, Low Dose, More Efficient X- ray Computed Tomograpity."
Thomas S. Buchanan, mechanical engineering, $225,449 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, for "Neural and Biomechanical Contributions to Arm Movement."
Tsu-Wei Chou, Jerzy L. Nowinski Professor of Mechanical Engineering, $127,803 from Rutgers University for "Analysis and Predictive Modeling of Electro- mechanical Behavior of Multi-layered Components."
Thomas M. Church, marine studies, $13,200 from the University of Maryland for "5th International Symposium on Model Estuaries" and with Joseph R. Scudlark, marine studies, $107,764 from Rutgers, State University of New Jersey for "Urban Contamination of the Great Waters: Atmospheric Deposition of Toxic Substances."
Steven K. Dentel, civil and environmental engineering, $15,000 from Rodel Inc. and $15,000 from state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "Treatability Options for Wastewaters from Chemical-Mechanical Polishing Slurries."
Lawrence P. Donnelley, international programs, from U.S. Information Agency $129,662 for "International Trade and Intersectoral Cooperation in Southern Africa" and $109,761 for "Market Economics and International Trade: Vietnam and Cambodia."
Rushad F. Eduljee, composite materials, $29,970 from Engineering Design Systems for "Innovative Concepts in Affordable Composite Structure."
John W. Ewart, marine studies, $35,957 from Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center for "Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Extension Network (1996-98)."
Jean H. Futrell, Willis F. Harrington Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, $8,060 from the U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation for the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union (CRDF) for "Investigation of Molecular Recognition in Ion Molecule Reactions Using Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance."
Guang R. Gao, electrical and computer engineering, $10,000 from Acorn Networks Inc. and $10,000 from state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "Instruction-level Parallelism for Networks of Workstations."
Charles S. Ih, electrical and computer engineering, $75,000 from U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense Command for "Versatile and High Power Multi-channel Data Links for Satellite Laser Communication."
Murray V. Johnston, chemistry and biochemistry, $6,000 from Du Pont Central Research and Development for "GOALI Supplement to NSF Grant."
Vic V. Klemas, marine studies, $10,000 from U.S. Office of Naval Research for "Dynamic Analysis of Ocean Internal Waves Using Space Shuttle Data."
Gerard J. Mangone, marine studies, $64,740 from Port of Singapore Authority for "1997 Diploma in Shipping and Port Management."
Lalita A. Manrai and Ajay Manrai, business administration, $10,000 from William Davidson Institute for "Competition in Transitional Economics of Poland and Romania: A Comparative Analysis of Strategies and Tactics used by Multinational Versus Local Companies."
Steven S. Martin, drug and alcohol studies, $50,000 from National Institute of Justice for "Client Motivation in Therapeutic Community Treatment for Offenders."
Donald L. Peters, Amy Rextrew Professor of Individual and Family Studies, from Delaware Department of Public Instruction for "Higher Education Inclusion Training Project."
Marina A. Piscolish, educational leadership and policy, $14,580 from Delaware Department of Public Instruction for "Special Education Partnership for the Amicable Resolution of Conflict (SPARC)."
Carlos Plata-Salam n, biological sciences, $60,814 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, for "Cellular Mechanisms in Interleukin-1-induced Anorexia."
Kelvin W. Ramsey, Delaware Geological Survey, $49,076 from U.S. Geological Survey for "Geologic Map of the Milton and Ellendale Quadrangles."
Stanley I. Sandler, Henry Belin du Pont Professor of Chemical Engineering, $110,000 from U.S. Department of Energy for "New Generation of Group Contribution and Equation of State Models."
Rebecca Siders, urban affairs and public policy, $12,500 from Delaware Department of State, Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, for "Delaware Threatened Buildings Survey and Documentation."
J. Thomas Sims, plant and soil sciences, $5,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agriculture Service, for "Minimizing Agricultural Phosphorus Impacts on Surface Water Quality in Northern Ireland: Developing Cooperative Research and Technology Transfer Programs."
Krzysztof Szalewicz, physics and astronomy, $77,689 from U.S. Army Research Office for "Calculations of Intermolecular Potentials Relevant for Defense Research."
Klaus H. Theopold, chemistry and biochemistry, $60,000 from Chevron Chemical Co. for "Ethylene Polymerization Catalysis."
Jack R. Vinson, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical Engineering, $175,940 from U.S. Office of Naval Research for "High Strain Rate Properties of Advanced Materials for Use by the U.S. Navy."
Norman J. Wagner, chemical engineering, $30,000 from DuPont Co. and $30,000 from state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "Microstructure and Rheological Properties of Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polymer Blends."
Xiang-Gen Xia, electrical and computer engineering, $67,084 from U. S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for "Two- dimensional Malvar Wavelets and Their Applications in Jamming Resistance Communication and Navigation."