|Vol. 17, No. 38||Aug. 6, 1998|
Marcia Peoples Halio, English, editor, Emily Dickinson: A Collection of Poems, Harcourt Brace Casebook Series in Literature, Fort Worth, 1998.
Herbert E. Allen, civil and environmental engineering, with Bo Shi, EG '96PhD, of Kimberly-Clark Corp. and Marco T. Grassi of Universidade Federal do Maranhao, "Changes in Dissolved and Particulate Copper Following Mixing of POTW Effluents with Delaware River Water," in Water Research, vol. 32, pages 2413-2421, 1998.
Farley Grubb, economics, "Labor, Markets and Opportunity: Indentured Servitude in Early America, A Rejoinder to Salinger," in Labor History, vol. 39, pages 235-241.
Ramiro Martinez Jr., sociology and criminal justice, with graduate student Matthew T. Lee, "Immigration and the Ethnic Distribution of Homicides in Miami: 1985-1995," in Homicide Studies, vol. 10, no. 2, pages 291-304; with Lee, "Latinos and Homicide," in Issues in the Study and Prevention of Homicide, pages 159-174, Sage Publications; and with Lee, "Extending Ethnicity in Homicide Research: The Case of Latinos," in Homicide Studies: A Sourcebook of Social Research, pages 211-220, edited by M. Dwayne Smith and Margaret Zahn, Sage Publications.
Kate Conway-Turner, individual and family studies and psychology, "Defining the Meritorious: The Role of the Department Chair," in The Department Chair: A Newsletter for Academic Administrators, vol. 9, no. 1, summer 1998.
Jack R. Vinson, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, "Minimum Weight Optimization of Composite Sandwich Panels Subjected to Lateral Loading," in ECCM-8 European Conference on Composite Materials-Science, Technologies and Applications, vol. 1, pages 583-590, Woodhouse Publishing Ltd.
Gary L. Ebert, mathematical sciences, an invited address, "Partitioning Problems and Flag-Transitive Planes," at Combinatorics '98 conference, June 14-20, Palermo, Sicily.
Paul R. Berger and J. Kolodzey, electrical and computer engineering, an invited presentation, with students Sean L. Rommel, T.E. Dillon III, M.W. Dashiell, H. Fenb and Phillip E. Thompson, K.D. Hobart of Naval Research Laboratory and Roger Lake, Alan Seabaugh of Raytheon TI Systems, "Demonstration of Room Temperature NDR in SiGe Heterojunction Interband Tunneling Diodes Using Delta-doped Si Injectors," at IEEE silicon nanoelectronics workshop, June 7-8, Honolulu.
Michael Arnold, economics, "The Elasticity of Demand for Search with an Application to Unemployment Insurance," at Society for Economic Dynamics annual meeting, June 28, Philadelphia.
Jack R. Vinson, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, "Minimumn Weight Optimization of Composite Sandwich Panels Subjected to Lateral Loading," at eighth European conference on composite materials, June 3-6, Naples, Italy; and "Use of Asymmetric Sandwich Construction to Minimize Bending Stresses," at fourth international conference on sandwich constructions, June 10-12, Stockholm.
Kevin J. Folliard, civil and environmental engineering, "Influence of Shrinkage-Reducing Admixtures on High-Performance Concrete," at USA-Mongolia joint workshop on high-performance concrete for construction and rehabilitation of transportation structures, July 6-9, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Lawrence E. Marceau, foreign languages and literatures, "Between Generations: Takebe Ayatari and Innovative Painting in Early Modern Japan," at first international convention of Asia scholars, June 25-28, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.
Melinda K. Duncan, biological sciences, "Evidence for a Dominant-Negative Effect in Aniridic Cataract: Characterization of a Transgenic Mouse Model," at 13th International Congress of Eye Research, Paris.
Two members of the College of Marine Studies presented papers at the annual meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists, June 7-12, Anchorage: Denise Seliskar, "Tissue Culture-Generated Variation in Salt Marsh Plants for Use in Created Wetlands" and John Gallagher, "Annual Cycles of Photosynthate Management in Herbaceous Perennial Marsh Plants: Implications in Ecosystem Function and Management."
Ramiro Martinez Jr., sociology and criminal justice, with graduate student Matthew T. Lee, "The Influence of Labor Markets and Ethnicity in Determining the Spatial Patterns of Homicide in Miami, 1990-1994," at Eastern Sociological Society meeting, March 21, Philadelphia; "Urban Latino Violence in Five Cities," at University of Texas at El Paso, April 2; and "Drugs and Violence: Exploring the Relationship," at San Antonio Forum on Latinos and Drugs, University of Texas Downtown Campus, May 19.
Karl W. Böer, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Physics and Solar Energy, headed the board of editors meeting of Advances in Solar Energy during the American solar energy conference, June 15, Albuquerque, and at the world conference on photovoltaics, July 7, Vienna.
Nancy Targett, marine studies, took part in the Consortium for Oceanographic Research and Education, Ocean Science Educators Retreat, July 13-15, Miami.
Jayne Fernsler, nursing, was elected secretary of the board of trustees, Mid-Atlantic Division, American Cancer Society.
Karl V. Steiner, composites, served as chairperson of a team to assess the state of low-cost manufacturing for polymer composites during a two-week visit to 12 industrial, governmental and academic centers in Germany, Belgium, France and England. The evaluation was supported by the U.S. Army Research Office.
Allison G. Kaplan, Education Resource Center, was elected to the board of directors as director for North America, International Association of School Librarianship.
Tony Decker, athletics, was named 1998 National Strength and Conditioning Association Professional of the Year.
Stuart J. Sharkey, Center for School Services, Aug. l, l963
P. Eugene Dean, Public Safety, Aug. 3, l968
Jeffrey L. Palmer, Office of University Registrar, Aug. 9, l978
Nancy M. Rash, electrical and computer engineering, Aug. 7, l978
Kathryn M. Hutton, agriculture and natural resources, Aug. l, l983
Steven W. Peuquet, Center for Community Development and Family, Aug. l, l983
Rosetta M. Waller, Facilities Management, building services, Aug. l, l983
Terry M. Whittaker, business and economics, Aug. l, l983
Sandra A. Adams, library, Aug. l, l988
Suzanne B. Clark, continuing education-credit programs and student services, Aug. 8, l988
Bernadette R. Coslar, student center, Aug. l, l988
Christine L. Ebert, mathematical sciences, Aug. l, l988
Nerina E. Harmer, residential conference facilities, Aug. l, l988
Jacqueline McQueen, Facilities Management, building services, Aug. l, l988
Marie H. Severns, intercollegiate athletics, Aug. 8, l988
Liane M. Sorenson, women's affairs, Aug. l, l988
Layne G. Sprout, Public Safety, Aug. l, l988
Lisa M. Tomlinson, UD1-Flex Office, Aug. l, l988
Josephine Williamson, library, Aug. l, l988
Thomas L. Zebley, Facilities Management, grounds and movers, Aug. 8, l988
Clare M. Conner, special nursing programs, Aug. l, l993
Terese A. Crotty, human resources student services, Aug. 4, l993
Karen K. Garrett, employee services, Aug. 9, l993
Jane M. Gilbert, Center for Counseling and Student Development, Aug. l, l993
Leanne Brown Higgins, recreation services, Aug. l, l993
Susan M. Martin, residence life, Aug. l, l993
From Delaware Department of Transportation: Carol R. Denson, consumer studies, $37,147 for "Eligibility Determination Model for DART First State Paratransit"; Ardeshir Faghri, civil and environmental engineering, $31,090 for "Intermodal Access and Transfer at the Port of Wilmington-Problems and Suggested Solutions"; John W. Gillespie Jr., composite materials, $30,000 "Rehabilitation of Steel Bridge Girders through the Application of Composite Materials"; Robert G. Hunsperger, electrical engineering, and Michael Chajes, civil and environmental engineering, $35,449 for "Detecting Corrosion of Steel Strands Using Time Domain Reflectometry"; Hoe I. Ling and Dov Leshchinsky, civil and environmental engineering, $37,630 for "Behavior of Pavement Geosynthetic Overlay Subject to Traffic Loading"; David P. Racca, human resources, education and public policy, $41,729 for "Directions in Transportation Data Management"; and Harry W. Shenton and Chajes, civil and environmental engineering, $36,955 for "Non-destructive Evaluation of Bridges, through Long-term Monitoring."
From National Science Foundation: Howard V. Cornell and Ronald H. Karlson, biological sciences, $60,000 for "U.S.-Australia Cooperative Research: Regional and Local Influences on Species Richness in Coral Communities Across a Pacific Diversity Gradient"; Timothy W. Deering, marine studies, $77,639 for "Oceanographic Instrumentation"; Francis J. Doyle III, chemical engineering, $10,000 for "Process Measurements and Control: Industry Needs"; Dennis H. Evans, chemistry and biochemistry, $158,000 for "Analytical and Mechanistic Studies in Electrochemistry"; Jean H. Futrell, Willis F. Harrington Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, $135,000 for "Collision and Surface-induced Dissociation of Singly and Multiply Charged Ions"; Richard W. Garvine, Maxwell P. and Mildred H. Harrington Professor of Marine Studies, and Alexander E. Yankovsky, marine studies, $69,000 for "Buoyant Discharge on the Shelf in the Presence of Transient Currents: Nonlinear Interaction, Adjustment, Mixing"; Robert P. Gilbert, Unidel Professor of Mathematical Sciences, $16,905 for "U.S.-France Cooperative Research: Identification by Scattered Sound of an Object in a Shallow Sea"; Henry R. Glyde and Massimo Boninsegni, physics and astronomy, $40,000 for "Neutron Scattering Experiments and Path Integral Monte Carlo Studies of Disordered Quantum Systems"; David A. Hutchins, David L. Kirchman and George W. Luther III, marine studies, $126,838 for "Biological and Chemical Controls on Fe Uptake by Marine Phytoplankton and Bacteria"; Raul F. Lobo, chemical engineering, $23,970 for "U.S. Germany Cooperative Research: Organic-Inorganic Interactions in Zeolites"; Ajay K. Prasad, mechanical engineering, $72,661 for "Investigation of Cloud Entrainment Using A Laboratory Heated-jet Analogue"; Anne Skaja Robinson, chemical engineering, $10,000 for "POWRE: Molecular Determinants and Inhibition of Protein Aggregation"; B. David Saunders, computer and information sciences, $17,50 for "U.S.-France Cooperative Research: Theory and Practice of Parallel Linear Algebra in Computer Algebra;" Nancy M. Targett, marine studies, $69,890 for "An Evaluation of Brown Algal Phlorotannin Synthesis, Turnover, and Fate: A Comparison of Ecological Models"; Norman J. Wagner, $80,000 for "A Study of the Mechanism of Reversible Shear Thickening in Stable Colloidal Dispersions"; Ferris Webster, Katherine Bouton, and James Crease, marine studies, $58,589 for "Maintenance of a Database of Research Ship Schedules"; and Kuo-Chuin Wong, marine studies, $36,000 for "On the Transverse Circulation in a Coastal Plain Estuary."
From U. S. Army Research Office: Stuart L. Cooper, H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Chemical Engineering, $80,000 for "Microphase Separation in Ion Containing Polyurethanes"; and John W. Gillespie Jr., composite materials, $85,500 for "Dynamic Loading of the Fiber-Matrix Interphase in Polymer-based Composites Using Piezoelectric Actuators" and $116,950 for "Instrumentation for Low-cost Manufacturing of Composites for Armor Materials and Systems."
George C. Hadjipanayis, physics and astronomy, $500,000 from U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for "High Temperature Advanced Magnets."
Julie A. Hubbard, psychology, $124,514 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, for "Anger Regulation Processes in Peer Interaction."
Helene Intraub, psychology, $79,559 from National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, for "Perceiving and Remembering Scenes."
Eric W. Kaler, chemical engineering, $60,000 from Du Pont Co. and $30,000 from the state under the Delaware ResearchPartnership program for "Solvent Replacements: Water-based Complex Fluid Formulations."
Krzysztof Szalewicz, physics and astronomy, $20,000 from U. S. Army Research Laboratory for "Calculations of Intermolecular Potentials Relevant for Recycling Propellants in Non-polluting Supercritical Fluids."
Xiang-Gen Xia, electrical and computer engineering, $67,899 from U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for "Modulated Coding for Digital Communication Systems under ISI/ Multipath Fading and Jamming."