|Vol. 17, No. 36||July 9, 1998|
Evangelos M. Falaris, economics, with H. Elizabeth Peters of Cornell University, "Survey Attrition and Schooling Choices," in Journal of Human Resources, vol. 33, no. 2, pages 531-554.
Hoe I. Ling, civil and environmental engineering, with A.J. Whittle, "Discussion to 'Three Dimenisonal Finite Element Analysis of Deep Excavation by Chang et al,'" in Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, vol. 124, no. 5, pages 458-459; with Y. Mohri and T. Kawabata, "Tensile Properties of Geogrids under Cyclic Loadings," in Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, vol. 124, no. 8; with D. Leschinsky, civil and environmental engineering, "Effects of Vertical Acceleration on Seismic Design of Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil Structures," in Geotechnique, vol. 48, no. 3, pages 1-27; with Leshchinsky, S. Ziegler and E.B. Perry, "Effect of Short Polymeric Fibers on Crack Development in Clays," in Soils and Foundations, vol. 38, no. 1, pages 247-253; and four articles in Proceedings of 33rd Japan National Conference on Geotechnical Engineering, Yamaguchi, Japan; with Mohri and Kawabata, "Shaking Table Tests on Uplife of Buried Pipes: (1) Vertical Shaking Effect," pages 983-984; with Mohri, Kawabata and Y. Okabe, "Shaking Table Tests on Uplift of Buried Pipes: (2) Effectiveness of Stabilizing with Crushed Rock and Geogrid," pages 985-986; with Mohri and Kawabata, "Experiments on Uplift Resistance of Buried Pipe," pages 2027-2028; and with Mohri, Kawabata and N. Fujita, "Full-Sized Experiments on Flotation of Buried Pipeline Reinforced with Geogrid," pages 2029-2030.
Vic Klemas, marine studies, an invited paper, "Space Station Potential for Observation of Coastal Features," at 27th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, June 8-12, Tromso, Norway.
Tom Sims, plant and soil sciences, invited presentation, "Integrating Soil Phosphorus Testing into Environmentally Based Agricultural Management Practices" and with Peter A. Vadas, "Modeling Agricultural Phosphorus Export from a Coastal Plain Watershed in the Eastern United States," at international workshop on practical and innovative measures for the control of agricultural phosphorus losses to water, June 16-19, Belfast, Northern Island.
Martin Lo, animal and food sciences, and L.H. Chu, "Kinetics of Exopolysaccharide Fermentation from Whey Lactose by Bifidobacterium longum," at IFT annual meeting, June 20-24, Atlanta.
Daniel van der Weide, electrical and computer engineering, with Prayoot Akkaraekthalin and Scott Kee, "Distributed Broadband Frequency Translator" and van der Weide with Vivek Agrawal and Toralf Bork, "Localized Circuit Probing with a Combined Schottky Diode/Scanning Force Microscope," at Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers MTT-S International Microwave Symposium and Exhibition, June 7-12, Baltimore.
Hoe I. Ling, civil and environmental engineering, "Seismic Performance of Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil Retaining Walls under Seismic Loading," at Center for Offshore Foundation Systems, June 12, University of Western Australia.
Raelene E. Maser, medical technology, "Cardiovascular Autonomic Dysfunction," at American Diabetes Association 58th scientific sessions, June 14, Chicago.
Grant Wolf, English Language Institute, "Student Health Concerns as Communicative Content," March 19, and Ruth M. Jackson, English Language Institute, "Establishing Global Connections with Strategic Interaction," March 21, at TESOL '98 International Convention and Exposition, Seattle. Jackson also was an organizer of the postconvention institute.
Herbert E. Allen, civil and environmental engineering, "Zinc Chemistry and Bioavailability in Aquatic and Soil Environments," keynote presentation at joint meeting of Royal Dutch Societies of Chemistry and Toxicology, June 10, Ede, The Netherlands, and "Partitioning and Bioavailability of Copper in the Terrestrial Environment," at symposium on the science of copper, June 16, Geneva.
Russ Mason, English Language Institute, "The University of Delaware and the English Language Institute: An Overview of Programs," at CEDCA North American Education Fair, Feb. 21, Taipei, Taiwan.
Douglas Tuttle, public administration, with Dolores Stafford of George Washington University, "Campus Security Policies and Crime Reporting: Current Standards and Pending Legislative Changes," at International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators annual conference, June 19, Toronto.
Sheldon D. Pollack, accounting, served as committee reporter for the 14th annual National Forum on Client Protection, cosponsored by the American Bar Association standing committee on client protection and the UD College of Business and Economics, May 29-30, Montreal. His report will be published in the August issue of The Professional Lawyer.
David Butler, housing and conference services, served as a faculty member for the first annual Residence Halls Entry-Level Institute sponsored by the Middle Atlantic Housing Association, June 11-13, Syracuse University.
James L. Morrison, consumer studies, received a Special Outstanding Recognition Award from the Delaware Advisory Council on Career and Vocational Education for outstanding contributions and dedicated service, June 24, Dover.
Alvin B. Roberson, financial services, July 15, 1968
Nanette Reisor, Information Technologies/Mangement Information Services, July 11, 1983
Michael A. Brook, mathematical sciences, July 15, 1988
Nina P. Harris, student center, July 11, 1988
Roderick K. Seifred, operations and maintenance, Lewes, July 11, 1988
Theresa L. Warren, bookstore, July 11, 1988
Kimberly Ann Whitesel, economics, July 11, 1988
Edgar Williamson, library, July 16, 1988
Debra M. Yarrington, Center for Applied Science and Engineering, July 11, 1988
Darlene L. Blessing, engineering, July 6, 1993
Cynthia L. Doucette, Information Technologies, July 6, 1993
Joseph A. Battaglia, Student Health Services, July 16, 1993
Robert W. Birkmire, energy conversion, $55,000 from Spire Corp. for "Monolithically Integrated CdTe/CdS Photodiode on Scintillators for High Resolution, Low Dose, More Efficient X-ray Computed Tomograpity" and $48,000 from UNISUN for "Improved Processes for Forming CuInSe2."
Douglas J. Buttrey, chemical engineering, $44,844 from Brookhaven National Laboratory for "Synthesis, Structure, and Property Studies of Complex Transition Metal Oxides."
Elisa C. Diller, urban affairs, $225,000 from Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Division of State Service Centers, Office of Community Services, for "Americorps National Service Program/First State Mentor Corps."
Francis J. Doyle, chemical engineering, $41,148 from Purdue University for "In Integrated Approach to Environmentally Conscious Paper Mill Operation."
John G. Elias, electrical and computer engineering, $10,000 from the regents of the University of California, Los Alamos National Laboratory, for "VME-bus Circuit Boards: Fabricated, Assembled and Tested."
Michael Gamel-McCormick, individual and family studies, $32,322 from Delaware Department of Education for "Child Change Measurement."
Conrado M. Gempesaw, food and resource economics, $12,000 from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation for "The Mid-Atlantic Consortium."
John W. Gillespie Jr. and Giuseppe Palmese, composite materials, Dennis Mertz and Michael Chajes, civil and environmental engineering, and Roy L. McCullough, chemical engineering, $616,460 from Hardcore DuPont Composites for "UCSD/ARPA Phase II of Advanced Composites for Bridge Infrastructure Renewal."
Marion C. Hyson, individual and family studies, $1,000 from city of Newark for "Adult Day Care 1998."
Paul LeMahieu, education research and development, $48,758 from Capital School District for "Capital School District Challenge Grant" and $15,973 from Delaware Department of Education for "NSF Smithsonian Project."
Mark J. Manno, Cooperative Extensive, $10,000 from Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Division of State Service Centers, Office of Community Services, for "Learning to Serve in Brookmont Farms."
Mary Ann McLane, medical technology, $33,000 from the American Heart Association for "Importance of the Structure of the RGD Loop in Disintegrins for Integrin Recognition."
David G. Onn, physics and astronomy, $16,500 from San Diego State University Foundation for "The CPU Project: Constructing Physics Understanding in a Computer Supported Learning Environment."
J. Thomas Sims, plant and soil sciences, $8,000 from Rutgers University for "Sustainable Phosphorous Fertilizer Recommendations for Corn Production in the Northeast USA."
Rivers Singleton, arts and science, $5,500 from The Academy of Applied Sciences, Inc. for "Delaware Junior Science and Humanities Symposium."
Karen Stein, consumer studies, $22,284 form American Public Welfare Association for "Elder Abuse National Consortium."
Ib A. Svendsen, Distinguished Professor of Ocean Engineering, $6,000 from University of Bristol, England, for "Surf and Swash Zone Hydrodynamics."
Richard W. Taylor and Robert Uniatowski, plant and soil sciences, $2,000 from Maryland Grain Producers Utilization Board for "Grain Sorghum Variety Performance Trials on Loamy Sand Soils."
Klaus H. Theopold, chemistry and biochemistry, $63,000 from Chevron Chemical Co. for "Synthesis of Polyethylene Products Using Homogeneous Chromium-containing Catalysts."
Mark J. van Gessel, plant and soil sciences, $5,500 from Maryland Grain Producers Utilization Board for "Intergrated Weed Management in Narrow Row Corn Production."
Michael L. Vaughan, engineering, $15,000 from Junior Engineering Technical Society for "JETS Summer '97 Unite."