|Vol. 17, No. 18||Feb. 5, 1998|
Cathy Matson, history, Merchants and Empire: Trading in Colonial New York, Johns Hopkins University Press.
James A. Inciardi and Christine A. Saum, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, with Hilary L. Surratt, Cocaine-Exposed Infants: Social, Legal and Public Health Issues, Sage Publications, 1997; Inciardi with Frank M. Tims, Bennett W. Fletcher and Arthur MacNeill Horton Jr., editors, The Effectiveness of Innovative Approaches in the Treatment of Drug Abuse, Sage Publications, 1997.
Chandra L. Reedy, museum studies, "Analysis of Clay Cores," in The Sacred Sculpture of Thailand, Hiram W. Woodward Jr., editor, pages 266-277, The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore.
Lian-Ping Wang and Anthony S. Wexler, mechanical engineering, with graduate student Yong Zhou, "On the Collision Rate of Small Particles in Isotropic Turbulence. I. Zero-Inertia Case," in Physics of Fluids, vol. 10, no. 1, pages 266-276, 1998; and, Wang with graduate student Xiaoling Tong, "Direct Simulation of Three Dimensional Particle-Laden Mixing Layers," in Advances in DNS/LES, pages 615-622, Greyden Press.
Cathy Matson, history, "Capitalizing Hope: Economic Thought in the Early National Economy," in Journal of the Early Republic, reprinted in The Wages of Independence: Capitalism in the Early American Republic, Madison House, Wisc.
Lana D. Harrison, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, "More Cannabis in Europe? Perspectives from the U.S.A.," in Illicit Drug Use in Europe, pages 16-25, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1997; with Arthur Hughes, editors, "The Validity of Self-Reported Drug Use: Improving the Accuracy of Survey Estimates," National Institute on Drug Abuse Research Monograph 167, pages 17-36.
Karen Bauer, institutional research and planning, "The UD Longitudinal Study: A Descriptive Look at Freshman to Senior Year Changes" and "Strategies for Effective Institutional Research," at North East Association for Institutional Research conference, November, Hartford, Conn.
Lana D. Harrison, James A. Inciardi, Clifford A. Butzin and Steven S. Martin, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, "Integrating HIV Prevention Strategies in a Therapeutic Community Work Release Program for Criminal Offenders," at 125th annual meeting, American Public Health Association, Nov. 8-13, Indianapolis.
Larry Peterson, music, "Interactive Curriculum Development for Music Theatre," at National Opera Association's 43rd annual convention, Jan. 18, Washington, D.C.
Cathy Matson, history, "Images of Robert Morris, Revolutionary Financier," at Pennsylvania Historical Association annual meeting, November, and "Political Culture in the 1790s," at Society for the History of the Early Republic, State College, Pa.
Kathryn G. Denhardt, urban affairs and public policy, "Enhancing Ethics in the Public Service," at United Nations regional conference for central and eastern Europe on public service in transition, November, Thessaloniki, Greece, and "Ethics in the 21st Century: Values and Dilemmas in a Changing World," at international symposium on the organization for economic cooperation and development, November, Paris.
Several members of the Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies made presentations at the 49th annual meeting, American Society of Criminology, Nov. 19-22, San Diego: Clifford A. Butzin, Steven S. Martin and James A. Inciardi, "Impact of a Therapeutic Community Work Release Program on the Relapse of Drug-Involved Offenders," "Incidence and Correlates of Violent Behavior by Drug-Involved Prison Releasees" and "HIV Infection in Delaware Prison Releasees: Trends and Correlates"; Lana D. Harrison, Christine A. Saum and Charles Freeman, "Incarcerated Women in Delaware: Criminal and Drug-Using Behaviors"; Harrison and Freeman, "Gender Differences in HIV-Risk Behaviors Among Prison Populations"; Inciardi and Hilary L. Surratt of University of Miami, "Drugs/Crime Research in the Streets of Brazil: Methods, Problems and Findings"; Martin, Inciardi, Butzin with John P. O'Connell and Charles Hinke of Delaware Statistical Analysis Center, "The Impact of a Therapeutic Community Continuum of Treatment for Drug-Involved Offenders on Long-Term Recidivism: A Multivariate Survival Analysis"; Anne E. Pottieger and Patricia A. Tressell, "Attitudes of Crime-Involved Women Cocaine Users Toward Drug Treatment" and "Social Relationships of Crime-Involved Women Cocaine Users"; Frank R. Scarpitti, sociology, with Amie L. Nielsen and Butzin, "Relationship of Life Events to Relapse in a Substance Abuse Treatment Cohort"; Robert Peralta, "The Relationship Between Alcohol and Violence in an Adolescent Population: An Analysis of Monitoring the Future Survey"; and Nielsen, "An Examination of Social Bonds and Race Differences in Offending Over Time: A Growth Model."
David E. Hollowell, executive vice president, was named chairman of the board, Delaware chapter, March of Dimes for 1998-99.
Karen Bauer, institutional research and planning, was named president-elect, Northeast Association for Institutional Research.
Violet L. Cale, Dining Services, Feb. 9, 1978
Victoria J. Penn, Graphic Communications Center, Feb. 9, 1978
Lucille E. Waters, Facilities Management, building services, Feb. 9, 1978
Cynthia W. Timko, Cooperative Extension, Feb. 7, 1983
Patricia Whittington, Housing and Conference Services, Feb. 10, 1983
Lisa M. Elias, Information Technologies, User Services, Feb. 8, 1988
Cindy L. Holland, Career Services Center, Feb. 8, 1988
David E. Hollowell, Office of Executive Vice President, Jan. 1, 1988
Gail E. Tentor, Facilities, Financial Services, Dec. 29, 1987
Amy L. Franklin-Craft, residence life, Feb. 8, 1993
From the Foundation for Physical Therapy: Samuel C. Lee and Stuart Binder-Macleod, physical therapy, $10,000 for "Force Optimization in Human Skeletal Muscle during Isotonic Contractions"; Katherine S. Rudolph and Lynn Snyder-Mackler, physical therapy, $6,932 for "Dynamic Stability in the ACL Deficient Knee"; David W. Russ and Binder-Macleod, physical therapy, $1,500 for "The Influence of the Force-Time Integral on Fatigue Production in the Human Quadriceps Femoris Muscle"; and Dorsey S. Williams, biological sciences, and Irene McClay, physical therapy, $1,500 for "Lower Extremity Structure, Mechanics and Injury."
From National Science Foundation: Paul R. Berger, electrical and computer engineering, $10,000 for "Si-based Alloys and Heterostructures for Improved Performance"; William B. Daniels, Unidel Professor of Physics and Astronomy, $85,000 for "Rare Gases and Other Simple Systems at High Pressure"; and Ferris Webster, Katherine A. Bouton and James Crease, marine studies, $43,800 for "Maintenance of a Database of Research Ship Schedules."
From U. S. Department of Education: Paul LeMahieu, educational leadership, $244,748 for the "Dwight D. Eisenhower Mathematics and Science Education Act, Year 13," which includes Jinfa Cai, mathematical sciences, $22,500 for "The Professional Development of Open-ended Problems for Reform-based Mathematics Instruction"; William R. Hall, marine studies, $22,500 for "Thematic Middle School Weekend Inservice Model"; Robert P. Gilbert, Unidel Professor of Mathematical Sciences, and Clifford W. Sloyer, mathematical sciences, $16,000 for "The Preparation of Secondary Mathematics Teachers for a Computer-based Learning Environment"; Jon R. Manon, Education Research and Development Center, $45,250 for "DelCore-Plus: A Standard-based Curriculum Project"; David G. Onn, physics and astronomy, $21,000 for "Constructivist Based Inservice Professional Development Program for Science K-8 Teachers Associated with the Elementary Science Coalition of Delaware"; Sloyer, $16,000 for "Project 301-Leading Mathematics into the Twenty First Century: Geometric Connections"; Carol J. Vukelich, educational development, $12,500 for "The Discourse of Science: Teachers Teaching Teachers Project"; Kathleen C. Werrell, engineering, $13,500 for "Engineering Concepts to Enhance High School Math/Science Curricula"; and Elizabeth A. Wier, educational development, $33,000 for "Professional Development School Growth: Developing an Integrated Science and Math Program."
From U.S. Office of Naval Research: Mohsen Badiey, marine studies, $231,621 for "Frequency Dependence of Sound Propagation and Scattering in the Ocean"; Stephen C. Dexter, marine studies, $92,500 for "Mechanism of Passivity Breakdown in Seawater"; Francis J. Doyle, chemical engineering, $100,000 for "Neurobiologically Inspired Approaches to Nonlinear Process Control"; and James T. Kirby, civil and environmental engineering, and Robert Dalrymple, Edward C. Davis Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, $141,000 for "Using Hydrodynamic Models to Interpret Remote Sensing Images of the Sea Surface."
Suresh G. Advani, mechanical engineering, and Tsu-Wei Chou, Jerzy L. Nowinski Professor of Mechanical Engineering, $34,371 from Quantum Group Inc. for "Heath Transfer Analysis and Evaluation of Cooling Systems for Thermophotovoltaic (TPV) Design and Fabrication of Photovoltaic/Heat Sink Modules."
Deborah E. Allen, biological sciences, Barbara J. S. Duch, Center for Teaching Effectivenes, and Harold B. White III, chemistry and biochemistry, $57,136 from Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education for "Multilayered Learning Program for Problem-based Learning Classrooms."
Herbert E. Allen and Yujun Yin, civil and environmental engineering, $35,530 from International Cooper Association Ltd. for "Partitioning of Copper between Soil and Soil Solution."
Carmine C. Balascio, bioresources engineering, $19,788 from Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Division of Soil and Water Conservation, for "Christina Basin Stormwater Sampling."
Mark A. Barteau, Robert L. Pigford Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Henry C. Foley, chemical engineering, $50,000 from Union Camp Corp. and $50,000 from state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "Environmentally Benign Catalysts for Conversion of Biomass-derived Feedstocks."
Stefanie Baxter and Thomas McKenna, Delaware Geological Survey, $95,000 from Delaware Emergency Management Agency for "Geophysical Investigation of Faults in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain of New Castle County and Adjacent Areas."
John S. Boyer, E. I. du Pont Professor of Marine Biochemistry/Biophysics, $34,500 from U.S. Department of Energy for "Plant Growth with Limited Water."
Thomas S. Buchanan, mechanical engineering, $200,051 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculo-skeletal and Skin Diseases for "Neural and Biomechanical Contributions to Arm Movement."
John C. Cavanaugh, graduate studies, $17,034 from Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Division of State Service Centers, Office of Community Services, for "First State Mentor Corps: Connecting Delaware's Students and Citizens."
Daniel K. Cha and Herbert E. Allen, civil and environmental engineering, $86,684 from International Copper Association Ltd. for "Kinetics of Biologically Active Copper Species in Natural Waters."
David L. Colton, Unidel Professor of Mathematical Sciences, and Peter B. Monk, mathematical sciences, $108,419 from U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for "Inverse Scattering Problems for Electromagnetic Waves."
Steven K. Dentel, civil and environmental engineering, $109,241 from American Water Works Association Research Foundation for "Fundamental Methods for Optimizing Residuals Dewatering."
Francis J. Doyle, chemical engineering, $25,766 from Purdue University for "Industrial Match to NSF PYI Grant."
Guang R. Gao, electrical and computer engineering, $60,408 from University of Southern California for "New Generation Multithreaded Multiprocessors."
George C. Hadjipanayis, physics and astronomy, $45,800 from U.S. Department of Energy for "Fundamental Studies of New High Energy Permanent Magnet Materials."
Jay L. Halio and Linda Russell, English, $7,300 from Delaware Humanities Forum for "From Humble Origins to High Achievements."
Michael T. Klein, Elisabeth Inez Kelley Professor of Chemical Engineering, $60,000 from Chevron Research and Technology Co. and $40,000 from state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "Computer Generated Design and Analysis Tools for Plant Optimization: The Construction of a Hydrocracking Kinetics Model Builder."
John H. Martin Jr., William A. McGowan, and Helen S. Waite, Agricultural Sciences Research and Education Center, $3,448 from Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Pollution Prevention Program, for "Implementing Home-A-Syst in Small, Rural Delaware Communities."
Steven S. Martin, drug and alcohol studies, $75,888 from Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (DCYF), Division of Family Services, Office of Prevention for "DCYF Prevention Coalition."
Roy L. McCullough, composite materials, $240,000 from Michigan State University for "Education and Training Program in Composite Materials for the Department of Defense and Durable Goods Industries."
Norbert Mulders, physics and astronomy, $128,000 from Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, for "Second Sound Measurements Near the Critical Point in 3HE-4HE Mixtures."
John C. Nye, agriculture and natural resources, from Sussex County Council: $14,000 for "Sussex County Poultry Research," $10,200 for "Sussex Poultry Laboratory," $54,344 for "Sussex County Cooperative Extension Program" and $40,009 for Sussex County Crops Research"; and from New Castle County, $42,000 for "New Castle County Extension Program."
James B. O'Neill, economics, from Delaware Department of Education: $90,393 for "Field Support 1998" and $80,807 for "Secondary Training 1998."
Donald L. Peters, Amy Rextrew Professor of Individual and Family Studies, $14,214 from Red Clay Consolidated School District for "Transition Partnership Project/Red Clay Consolidated School District and the University of Delaware Center for Disabilities Studies."
Steven W. Peuquet, human resources, education and public policy, an additional $2,404 from U.S. Department of Education for "The Housing Capacity Building Program."
Kent S. Price, marine studies, $109,000 from Center for the Inland Bays for "An Examination of the Use of the Biological Communities as Indicators of Nutrient Enrichment and Toxic Contamination in Middle Atlantic Coastal Estuaries."
John F. Rabolt, materials science, $58,875 from the Regents of the University of California for "Characterization of Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces."
William F. Ritter, bioresources engineering, $8,000 from Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Division of Soil and Water Conservation, Delaware Coastal Management Program, for "Delaware Coastal Zone Management Stormwater Program."
Stanley I. Sandler, Henry Belin du Pont Professor of Chemical Engineering, $12,000 from Nippon Oil Co. Ltd. and $12,000 from the state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "Development of Compatible Lubricants for CFC Replacements."
Leonard W. Schwartz, mechanical engineering, $48,000 from National Aeronautics and Space Administration for "Free-surface and Contact-line Motion of Liquids in a Microgravity Environment."
H. Donald Tilmon, food and resource economics, $68,697 from U.S. Department of Agriculture for "Comprehensive National Risk Management Education and Research Program."
Clinton Tymes, business and economics, $300,000 from Delaware Economic Development Office for "Small Business Development Center."
Norman J. Wagner, chemical engineering, $25,000 from DuPont Co. and $25,000 from state under the Delaware Research Partnership program for "Synthesis, Microstructure, and Properties of Hyperbranched Polymers for Rheology Modification."
Xiao-Hai Yan, marine studies, $85,000 from Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, for "Applications of the Scatterometer Data to the Studies of the Dynamics in the Equatorial Pacific Ocean."