|Vol. 17, No. 34||June 11, 1998|
Gretchen M. Bauer, political science and international relations, Labor and Democracy in Namibia, 1971-1996, Ohio University Press, Athens.
Xiang-Gen Xia, electrical and computer engineering, "A New Prefilter Design for Discrete Multiwavelet Transforms," in Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Transactions On Signal Processing, vol. 46, pages 1558-1570, June.
Mir N. Islam, animal and food sciences, "Stabilization of Papain From Papaya Peels," in Food Science and Technology International, vol. 4, pages 179-187.
Lawrence A. Curtis, parallel program, with Jeffrey L. Kinley, "Imposex in Ilyanassa obsoleta Still Common in a Delaware Estuary," in Marine Pollution Bulletin, vol. 36, no. 1, pages 97-101.
Robert L. Hampel, educational development, "Transforming the Preparation of Teachers," at New Jersey Statewide Systemic Initiative and the Public Education Institute, June 3, Rutgers University.
Philip Goldstein, parallel program, "Critical Realism or Black Modernism? The Reception of 'Their Eyes Were Watching God,'" at American Women Writers of Color Conference, Oct. 31-Nov. 2, Ocean City, Md., and at Northeast Modern Language Association, April 17-18, Baltimore; "Pride and Prejudice: Humble Chronicle or Feminist Critique?" at Midwest Modern Language Association, Nov. 6-8, Chicago; "Men, Spies and PostMarxism: From Spillane, Fleming and LeCarre to Laclau and Mouffe," at the Popular Culture Association, April 8-11, Orlando.
Rudi Matthee, history, "Iran's Relations with Russia Under Shah Abbas I (1587-1629)," at symposium on the Safavids and their neighbors, May 7, Salt Lake City; and "The Mint of Hunayza in Safavid Times: The Numismatic Evidence," at second biannual conference of Iranian Studies, May 23, Bethesda.
Swiatoslaw Trofimenko, chemistry and biochemistry, invited lectures on coordination chemistry of scorpionate (polypyrazolylborate) ligands, at University of Madrid, University of Sevilla and University of La Mancha, May 18-24.
James L. Morrison, consumer studies, received the Order of Excellence from the Delaware State Board of Education and the Secretary of Education for outstanding contributions resulting in the "growth and betterment of students" enrolled in Delaware public education.
Dennis H. Evans, chemistry and biochemistry, has been elected a fellow of the Electrochemical Society and will be recognized at the honors and awards session in November in Boston.
Patsy Ann Boyd, Graphic Communications Center, June 11, 1973
Joy G. Sparks, Cooperative Extension, June 1, 1973
John W. Ewart, marine studies, June 16, 1978
Howard E. Sweetman, residential conference facilities, June 12, 1978
Susan L. Buckman, labor relations, June 13, 1983
Richard E. Gordon, Information Technologies/User Services, June 1, 1983
Donna Fritz, mechanical engineering, June 6, 1988
Mary J. Martin, graduate studies, June 7, 1988
Sandra J. Cleaver, Facilities Management, building services, June 13, 1988
Rodney L. Dempsey, agriculture, Newark farm, June 13, 1988
Quenna C. Neal, bookstore, June 13, 1988
Albert J. Raimondo, Facilities Management, operations and maintenance, June 13, 1988
Vincent N. Shipman, Public Safety, June 13, 1988
James A. Vargo, Facilities Management, building services, June 13, 1988
Francine D. Brooks, library, June 7, 1993
Sondra D. Kyle, Facilities Management, building services, June 7, 1993
Stacie L. Larkin, physical therapy, June 16, 1993
Dela K. Muhlenberg, Academic Services Center, June 16, 1993
Darlene A. Reynolds, English, June 16, 1993