|Vol. 17, No. 14||Dec. 11, 1997|
William I. Homer, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Art History, "Coming of Age: American Art Review Considered," in American Art Review, December 1997.
Cynthia Schmidt-Cruz, foreign languages and literatures, "What Does Luciana Want? Reclaiming the Female Consciousness in Cortazar's 'Cambio de luces'," in Hispanic Review, vol. 65, no. 4.
Saul Hoffman, economics, a review of What Money Can't Buy by Susan E. Mayer, in Contemporary Sociology, vol. 26, no. 6, pages 705-706.
Paul R. Berger, electrical and computer engineering, with Wei Gao of Lasertron Inc. and George J. Zydzik, Henry M. O'Bryan, Deborah L. Sivco and Alfred Y. Cho of Lucent Technologies, "InGaAs MSM Photodiodes with Transparent CTO Schottky Contacts and Digital Superlattice Grading," in IEEE Transaction on Electron Devices, vol. 44, pages 2174-2179.
Deborah Steinberger, foreign languages and literatures, "Writing About Love: An Approach to Teaching 17th-Century Prose and Poetry," at Society for Interdisciplinary French 17th-Century Studies annual meeting, Oct. 18, New Bern, N.C.
Damie Stillman, John W. Shirley Professor of Art History, "Architecture, Politics and Finance in the New American Republic," at meeting of Society of Architectural Historian, Latrobe Chapter, Nov. 24, National Building Museum, Washington, D.C.
Nancy King, honors program, "Eliciting Multiculturalism in the Nebraska Panhandle," at National Council of Teachers of English, Nov. 20-25, Detroit.
Saul Hoffman, economics, "Research Implications," at conference on synthesizing the results of demonstration programs for teen monthers, at University of Chicago/Northwestern University Joint Poverty Center, Nov. 13-14, Chicago.
Barbara Morris, English Language Institute, with Leslie Bohon and Judith Snoke, "Using Student-Generated Materials for Administrative Purposes," at NAFSA Region VIII Conference, Nov. 14, Baltimore.
Brian Hatch, finance, "A Comparison of Limit Order Execution Across Trading Venues" and, discussant, "The Relationship Between Decimal Trading, Order Fragmentation and Market-Making Behavior," at Southern Finance Association meetings, Nov. 20, Baltimore.
Ivo Dominguez, foreign languages and literatures, review of second edition, Latinoamerica: Su Civilizacion y Su Culture by Eugenio Chang-Rodriguez, for the publisher Heinle & Heinle.
Robert R. Jordan, Delaware Geological Survey, has been reappointed for a three-year term to the North American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
Ralph R. Johnson, residential and conference facilities, was installed as president of the Mid-Atlantic College and University Officers at its annual conference, Nov. 12-14, Philadelphia.
William Markell, Arthur Andersen Alumni Professor of Accounting Emeritus, has been reappointed to the U.S.-International Qualification Appraisal Board, which develops procedures and criteria for evaluating the credentials of qualified accountants from other countries to determine if reciprocity should be granted.
Robert R. Jordan, Delaware Geological Survey, received the Scroll of Recognition of the North American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature, Oct. 20, Salt Lake City.
Brenda L. Davis, Information Technologies, Network and Systems Services, Dec. 5, 1977
George D. Sanders, Conference Facilities, Dec. 7, 1987
Patricia S. Mindrup, Facilities Administration, financial services, Dec. 7, 1992
Annie E. Casey Foundation Inc., $25,000 to Kids Count Program, College of Agricultural Sciences.
Star Enterprise, $30,000 to Department of Chemical Engineering, for Prasad Dhurjati's work in knowledge-based systems, fault diagnosis and data mining.
Medical Center of Delaware Holding Co., $30,000 for sports medicine fellowship.
ARAMARK Corp., $50,000 in scholarship support for the Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management Program-Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Intercollegiate Athletics, President's Achievement Awards and General Scholarship Fund.
William T. Grant Foundation, $192,600 to Department of Psychology for Carroll Izard's study of social risk, emotions and social competence.
Estate of Charles J. Harrington, $147,196 for unrestricted use of the University.
SICO Foundation, $34,500 for scholarships.
Shell Oil Foundation, $35,000 to Department of Chemical Engineering for reaction engineering/catalysis research and other uses.