|Vol. 17, No. 11||Nov. 13, 1997|
James A. Inciardi, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, Elements of Criminal Justice, Harcourt Brace, 1997.
Marianne E. Green, Career Services Center, Internship Success: A Real-World, Step-by-Step Guide on Getting the Most Out of Internships, VGM Career Horizons, 1997.
Paul R. Berger, electrical and computer engineering, with former graduate student Al-Sameen T. Khan, Fernando J. Guarin of IBM and Subramanian S. Iyer of Sibond, "Near Band Edge Photoluminescence from Pseudomorphic Tensially Strained Si0.985 C0.015 Alloy," in Thin Solid Films, vol. 294, pages 122-124.
Lana D. Harrison, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, "The Validity of Self-Reported Drug Use in Survey Research: An Overview and Critique of Research Methods" and, with Arthur Hughes, "Introduction," in The Validity of Self-Reported Drug Use: Improving the Accuracy of Survey Estimates, Harrison and Hughes, editors, National Institute on Drug Abuse Research Monograph 167, NIH Publication No. 97-4141, pages 17-36.
Jeffrey Miller, economics, "New Business Development," in The Globe, July 23, 1997, no. 58.
Jesus Cruz, history, "Approaches to the Study of Household Material Culture and the Origins of Modern Consumerism in Spain (17th-19th centuries)," in Mediterranean Perspectives, pages 69-91.
James A. Inciardi and Christine A. Saum, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, "New Approaches in the Treatment of Substance Abuse," pages 195-201, and Incidardi with Norman L. Weatherby, Clyde B. McCoy, and Virginia McCoy of University of Miami, Duane C. McBride of Andrews University and consultants Keith V. Bletzer and Mary Ann Forney, "Immigration and HIV Among Migrant Workers in Rural Southern Florida," pages 155-172, in Journal of Drug Issues, vol. 27, no. 2; Inciardi with Lana D. Harrison, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, "HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse in the International Sector," in Journal of Drug Issues, vol. 27, no. 1, pages 1-8; Inciardi with Frank M. Tims of University of South Florida, Bennett W. Fletcher and Arthur MacNeill Horton Jr. of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, "An Overview of the Applied Evaluation Research Portfolio," in The Effectiveness of Innovative Approaches in the Treatment of Drug Abuse, pages 70-82, Greenwood Press.
Steven S. Martin and James A. Inciardi, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, "Case Management Outcomes for Drug-Involved Offenders," in The Prison Journal, vol. 77, no. 2, pages 168-183, and "Case Management for Drug-Involved Parolees: A Hard ACT to Follow," in The Effectiveness of Innovative Approaches in the Treatment of Drug Abuse, pages 115-133, Greenwood Press.
Lawrence Duggan, history, "'For Force is Not of God'? Compulsion and Conversion in Christianity from Yahweh to Charlemagne," in Varieties of Religious Conversion in the Middle Ages, pages 49-62, University Press of Florida.
Dorothy Lockwood and James A. Inciardi, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, with Hilary L. Surratt, University of Miami, "CREST Outreach Center: A Model for Blending Treatment and Corrections," in The Effectiveness of Innovative Approaches in the Treatment of Drug Abuse, pages 70-82, Greenwood Press; and Lockwood, Inciardi, Clifford A. Butzin, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, with Robert M. Hooper, Correctional Medical Services, "The Therapeutic Continuum in Corrections," in Community as Method: Therapeutic Communities for Special Populations and Special Settings, pages 87-96, Greenwood Press.
Lawrence A. Curtis, biological sciences and marine studies, "Ilyanassa obsoleta (Gastropoda) as a Host for Trematodes in Delaware Estuaries," in Journal of Parasitology, vol. 83, pages 793-803.
Breck Robinson and Robert L. Schweitzer, finance, with Harold A. Black and M. Cary Collins of University of Tennessee, "Changes in Market Perception of Riskiness: The Case of Too-Big-To-Fail," in Journal of Financial Research, vol. 20, pages 389-406.
Jo Kallal, consumer studies, "Oblique," in Confluences: Tisser des Perspectives Interculturelles, Association pour L'Universite de la Mode, pages 63-64, Lyon, France.
Frederic M. Stiner, accounting, with M. Susan Stiner of Villanova University and Ichiro Shiina of Chuo-Gakuin University, "Teaching American Accounting to Japanese Students via the Internet," at Eighth World Congress of the International Association for Accounting Education and Research, Oct. 23-25, Paris.
Ivar Stakgold, mathematical sciences emeritus, "The Porous Medium Equation with Absorption," Oct. 16, Oxford University.
Daniel Simmons, biological sciences, "What We Can Learn About Cellular Processes From the Study of Viruses-SV40 and DNA Replication," at National Minority Research Symposium, Oct. 17, New Orleans.
Faculty, staff and students in the Department of Plant and Soil Science made presentations at the American Society of Agronomy annual meeting, Oct. 26-30, Anaheim, Calif.: Donald L. Sparks, Distinguished Professor of Soil Science, with postdoctoral associate Robert G. Ford, "Physicochemical Controls on the Formation of Polynuclear Metal Complexes at Clay Mineral Surfaces"; with Ford and Andre M. Scheidegger of the Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland, "Use of X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy to Monitor the Kinetics of Metal Sorption Reactions at the Soil/Water Interface"; with student Darryl R. Roberts and Scheidegger, "Nickel Sorption/Release on Soil Clay Fractions: A Kinetic and EXAFS Study"; with student Eef J. Elzinga "Nickel Sorption Mechanisms in a Mixed Pyrophyllite-Montmorillonite System"; and with student S. Erin O'Reilly, "The Effect of Residence Time on Arsenate Sorption/Desorption Processes on Mineral Surfaces"; J. Thomas Sims, "Nutrient Management: What's Missing in Research?" and "Graduate Education in Soil Science: Critical Analysis of the Current Status and the Challenges Now Facing the Soil Science Society of America"; with research associate Karen L. Gartley, "Nutrient Management Handbook for Delaware: A Planning Guide for Environmentally Sound Land Management Practices"; with research associate Maria C. Pautler, "Evaluation of Rapid Methods to Assess Desorbable Phosphorus in Soils"; with research associate Ellen M. Cooper, "Improved Soil and Plant Nitrogen Tests for Wheat in the Inland Bays Watershed"; with student Peter A. Vadas, "Management Options for High Phosphorus Soils: Protecting Surface Water Quality in the Atlantic Coastal Plain"; with student Janet A. Shirey, "Redox Effects on Arsenic Release from Weathered, Fly Ash Amended Soils"; with students Nicole J. Luka, Vadas, and Dana M. Dyson, '97 AG, "Reducing Desorbable Phosphorus in Atlantic Coastal Plain Soils by Use of Chemical Amendments"; with student Yuji Arai and Sparks, "Phosphorus Desorption Kinetics from Field and Laboratory Amended Soils"; with Gary M. Pierzynski of Kansas State University, "Assessing the Impacts of Agricultural, Industrial and Municipal By-Products on Soil Quality"; and with Blake M. Onken of NAPI and William R. Berti and Scott D. Cunningham of the DuPont Co., "Comparison of Mehlich 3, a Physiologically Based Extraction Test, and a Nitric Acid Extraction as Tests for Soil Lead"; Jeffry J. Fuhrmann, with Bruce L. Vasilas and Robert P. Mulrooney, "Soybean Root Nodulation as Influenced by SCN, Cultivar and Bradyrhizobia Strain"; with student W. Homhaul and P. van Berkum of USDA, "Genotypic and Phenotypic Comparison of Soybean and Cowpea Bradyrhizobia"; and with student Chengwei W. Fang and Mark Radosevich, "Mechanisms of Enhanced Organic Contaminant Degradation in Rhizosphere Soil"; Yan Jin, with visiting scientist Y. Li, "Temperature Effect on Microbial Survival and Transport in Porous Media"; and with student Yanjie Chu and Li, "Virus Transport through Soil Columns under Saturated and Unsaturated Flow Conditions."
Larry Peterson, music, "New Technologies and Teaching Music," and Madeline Lambrecht, health and nursing sciences, "Going the Distance: Faculty Development and Support," at Multimedia in the Classroom Conference, Oct. 31, Molloy College, Long Island, New York.
Jack R. Vinson, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and his graduate students made presentations at the 12th American Society for Composites Technical Conference, Oct. 6-8, Dearborn, Mich.: "Educating the Next Generation of Engineers in Composite Materials Structures"; with E. Woldensenbet, "Effect of Fiber Orientation on High Strain Rate Properties of Graphite/Epoxy Composites" and "Effect of Moisture on High Strain Rate Properties of Graphite/Epoxy Composites"; with Woldesenbet and E. Preissner, "An Examination of the High Strain Rate Compressive Stress Srain Behavior of a KEVLAR/Epoxy Composite"; and with A. Dee, "The Effect of High Strain Rate on the Compressive Mechanical Properties of Unidirectional Glass/Epoxy (3M Scotchply 1003)."
Roberta M. Golinkoff, educational studies, with Kathy Hirsh-Pasek of Temple University, "What Infants Can Teach Us About Language Development," at University of Berne, May, Switzerland; with Hirsh-Pasek, George Hollich and Michael Tucker, "Change Is Afoot: Emergentist Theories in Language Acquisition," at Conference on Downward Causation, May, Aarhus, Denmark; with graduate student Jing Liu, Kim Sak, HP '97, and Rebecca Brand, "One Cow Does Not an 'Animal' Make: Children Can Extend Novel Words at the Superordinate Level," at Boston Child Language Conference, November; and "Breaking the Word Learning Barrier," a colloquium to departments of psychology and cognitive science, Johns Hopkins University, October.
Tom Sims, plant and soil sciences, "Agricultural Phosphorus and Water Quality: Environmental Challenges for U.S. Animal Agriculture," at Wageningen Agricultural University, Oct. 22, the Netherlands; and "Nutrient Management for Water Quality Protection: Responding to Delaware's Challenges," at Friends of Agriculture breakfast, Oct. 31.
Laura A. Salsini, foreign languages and literatures, "'Til Death Do Us Part: Fictive Resolutions in the Works of Matilde Serao," at conference on romance languages, literature and film, Oct. 9-11, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind.
Paul R. Berger and J. Kolodzey, electrical and computer engineering, with graduate students H. Feng, M. Dashiell, B.A. Orner and M.H. Ervin and R.T. Lareau from the Army Research Laboratory, "Boron Diffusion in Si1-x-y Gex Cy Alloys Grown on a Silicon Substrate," at 39th Electronic Materials Conference, June 25-27, Fort Collins, Colo.
Barbara Sheer, nursing, "Mentoring: The Road to the Future," at American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National Conference, June 9, New Orleans.
Brian Hatch, finance, "SOES Trading and Market Volatility," at Financial Management Association meeting, Oct. 15-18, Honolulu.
Bryant F. Tolles Jr., museum studies, history and art history, "The Leadership and Management of Museums: What Credentials for the Future?" at New England Museum Association Conference, Nov. 5-7, Hartford.
Robert Schweitzer and Raj Varma, finance, with Sam Szewczyk of Drexel University received the award for outstanding paper in financial institutions at the 1997 Eastern Finance Association meeting.
Paul R. Berger, electrical and computer engineering, was promoted to senior member in the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
Lana D. Harrison, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, was named chairperson of the drug use section for the 1997 American Society of Criminology conference. She was also named membership secretary, 1997-1998, for the drug and alcohol section, American Sociological Society.
Alice M. Guethler, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, was named to the board of directors of Brandywine Counseling.
Hans Gass, Information Technologies, Media Services, Nov. 20, 1972
David A. Barczak, marine studies, Nov. 16, 1987
Marjorie S. Darrell, Office of Vice Provost for Research, Nov. 17, 1987
Janice L. McFarland, Information Technologies, Network and Systems Services, Nov. 16, 1987
Maria E. Mullin, Information Technologies, Management Information Services, Nov. 16, 1987
Terry J. Norem, Facilities Management, heating and cooling, Nov. 16, 1987
Karen R. Cole, medical technology, Nov. 16, 1992
Pamela Hannum, Information Technologies, Network and Systems Services, Nov. 16, 1992
Thomas W. Young, Facilities Management, electrical services, Nov. 16, 1992
Suresh G. Advani, mechanical engineering, $19,000 from British Aerospace Operations Ltd., Sowerby Research Centre, and $19,000 from the state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "Simulation of the RTM Process with the Draper and LIMS Software."
Tsu-Wei Chou, Jerzy L. Nowinski Professor of Mechanical Engineering, $15,500 from Office of Naval Research for "Technology Assessment on Polymer and Ceramic Composite Materials."
Lawrence P. Donnelley, international programs, $400,000 from U.S. Agency for International Development for "Management Training and Economic Education in Central and Eastern Europe-Bulgaria" and $433,167 from International City/County Management Association for "Bosnia Public Administration Assistance Program."
Theda M. Ellis, Center for Disabilities Studies, $39,998 from Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Mental Retardation, for "Training Initiative Project" and with Donald L. Peters, Amy Rextrew Professor of Individual and Family Studies, $53,116 from Delaware Department of Labor, Division of Employment and Training and Delaware Private Industry Council, Inc. for "Employment Connections."
Richard T. Field, marine studies, $15,400 from the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia for "A Proposal for Determining the Impact of Aquatic Vegetation on Water Quality of the Delaware River Estuary."
Linda G. Gordon and Barbara Thomas, Academic Services Center, $235,827 from U.S. Department of Education for "Upward Bound Program."
James A. Hawk, plant and soil sciences, $90,000 from Cargill Hybrid Seeds for "Cargill Corn Breeding Grant."
Dallas G. Hoover, animal and food sciences, $102,871 from U.S. Army, Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center, for "Response of Sporeformers to High Hydrostatic Pressure."
Chin-Pao Huang, civil and environmental engineering, $20,747 from Delaware Solid Waste Authority for "Development of Innovative Technologies and Education Program for Solid Waste Management."
Marion C. Hyson, individual and family studies, from Delaware Health and Social Services, Division of Mental Retardation, $50,096 for "Adult Day Care Services" and $18,837 for "Senior Day Care '98."
Charles S. Ih, electrical and computer engineering, $215,659 from Army Strategic Defense Command for "Versatile and High-Power Multi-channel Data Links for Satellite Laser Communication."
Thomas W. Ilvento, food and resource economics, an additional $9,600 from the University of Kentucky Research Foundation for "TVA Rural Studies."
James A. Inciardi, Steven S. Martin and Lana Harrison, drug and alcohol studies, and Frank R. Scarpitti, sociology, $1,065,208 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse, for "Ongoing Studies of Treatment for High-Risk Drug Users."
Mahendra K. Jain, chemistry and biochemistry, $209,651 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, for "Interfacial Catalysis by Phospholipase A2."
James M. Jones, psychology, $46,995 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, for "Summer Research Training for Ethnic Minority Students."
Chandra Kambhamettu, computer and information sciences, $34,993 from University of South Florida for "Nonrigid Motion and Structure from 2D Views."
Carl B. Klockars, criminal justice, $879,987 from National Institute of Justice for "Enhancing Police Integrity: Three Case Studies."
Paul LeMahieu, educational studies, $137,945 from Delaware Department of Public Instruction for "Inclusive Comprehensive Assessment System."
Bertrand Lemieux, plant and soil sciences, $500,000 from Delaware Economic Development Office for "University of Delaware Center for Agricultural Biotechnology."
George W. Luther, marine studies, $44,909 from Rutgers University, for "Study of Sediments in the New York Blight Area."
John E. MacKenzie, food and resource economics, $16,000 from U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Resources Conservation Service, for "Computer Assisted Soils Mapping."
Beth A. Mineo Mollica, Applied Science and Engineering Center, $15,000 from Developmental Disabilities Planning Council for "An Assessment of the Need for Assistive Technology among Consumers of Division of Mental Retardation Service."
Carlos Plata-Salaman, biological sciences, $48,000 from Zeneca Pharmaceuticals and $48,000 from state under the Delaware Research Foundation program for "An Integrative Novel Approach to Study Obesity and Disease-associated Anorexia/Cachexia."
Joseph R. Scudlark and Thomas M. Church, marine studies, $40,000 from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for "Chesapeake Bay Atmospheric Deposition Program 1997 Chemical Contaminant Field Program Work Plan."
Lynn Snyder-Mackler, physical therapy, $22,957 from National Athletic Trainers' Association Research and Education Foundation for "Muscle Performance and Functional Outcome after ACL Injury."
Scott G. Stevens and Christopher B. Wolfe, English Language Institute, $220,597 from U.S. Information Agency, for "Community Connections Development Program for Ukrainian Legal Professionals and Local Government Officials."
John H. Talley, Delaware Geological Survey, an additional $5,600 from Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Division of Water Resources, Water Supply Section, for "Ground-water Monitoring of Coastal Aquifers in Delaware."
Jack R. Vinson, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and John Lambros, mechanical engineering, $44,000 from Office of Naval Research for "High Strain-rate Properties of Fiber Reinforced Thermosetting and Thermoplastic Polymer Matrix."
Cort J. Willmott, geography, $40,000 from National Aeronautics and Space Administration for "An Integrated System for Water Budget Closure over the Pan-tropical Land Mass: A Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) Validation Effort."
Mary J. Wirth, chemistry and biochemistry, $85,000 from U.S. Department of Energy for "Linear and Non Linear Spectroscopic Probing of Solute Interactions with Chemically Modified Silica Surfaces."
Qing Xiang, mathematical sciences, $13,999 from National Security Agency, Central Security Service, for "Difference Sets and Their Generalizations."