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FACULTY PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
March 2001

PUBLICATIONS

Susan Christoffersen, School of Business Administration
"The Way It Worked and Why It Won't," Book Review, Eastern Economics Journal, Gordon Bjork, v. 27 no, 1, Winter 2001. 

Diana Cundell & Les Sztandera, School of Science & Health
"Using Fuzzy Sets to Analyze Putative Correlates Between Age, Blood Type, Gender and/or Race with Bacterial Infection," co-authored with R.S. Silibovsky and R. Sanders, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 21, pp. 235-239 (2001).

"Fuzzy System Correlates Demographics with Bacterial Infection," co-authored with R. S. Silibovsky and R. Sanders, Advances in Fuzzy Systems and Evolutionary Computation, No. 1, pp. 60-64, 2001.

Katharine Jones, School of General Studies
"I've Called 'em Tom-ah-toes All My Life and I'm Not Going to Change!" Maintaining Linguistic Control over English Identity in the U.S. In Social Forces, Social Forces, March 2001, 79 (3): 1061-1094. 

Maureen Roberts, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Who Are the Stakeholders in Community Service Projects?" Proceedings, the annual publication of papers and other articles of interest for the Committee on Lifelong Learning of the National Art Education Association February, 2001, also served as editor.

Philip Russel, School of Business Administration
"Penny Stocks of Bankrupt Firms: Are They Really a Bargain?" co-authored with Ben Branch, University of Massachusetts, Business Quest Journal, Winter 2001.

Les Sztandera, School of Science & Health
"A neural network approach to adaptive protective systems in the complex power generating units," co-authored with A. Halinka, P. Sowa and M. Szewczyk, International Journal of Intelligent Systems, No. 15, pp. 291-302, 2001.

CONFERENCES

Mohamed Abou-iiana, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Pile Warp Knitting, Total Engineering Concept," "New Concepts In Raschel Warp Knitting," presentation, Part I, II, Knitting Technology and Trends in the Knitting Industry Conference, Clemson University, College of Engineering & Science, March 13-15, 2001.

"Pile Fabrics-Knitting or Weaving", presentation, Auburn University, College of Engineering, March 16, 2001.

Steven Bell, Gutman Library
"Taming Technology: What the Future Holds for Continuing Education," presentation, Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) Region IV video conference, March 9, 2001.

Susan Christoffersen, School of Business Administration
"Using Computer Aided Instruction in Microeconomics to Enhance Student Learning," presentation, Eastern Economics Association, New York, NY, February 24, 2001.

Anusua Datta, School of Business Administration
"Technology Diffusion and Convergence in International Per Capita Incomes," presentation, 2001 Eastern Economic Association Conference, New York, NY, February 24, 2001.

Robert Fleming, School of Architecture & Design
Session co-chair and moderator for the Environment Category, 2001 American Collegiate Schools of Architecture conference, Baltimore, MD, March 10-14, 2001.

Mark Liff, School of Science & Health
"Historical and Philosophical Dimensions in Teaching Physics to the Public. An Example of Nuclear Magnetic Resonace," presentation, American Association of Physics Teachers, San Diego, CA, Winter 2001.

Hitoshi Ujiie, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Textile/Fashion Design Influenced by Japanese Elements," presentation, Kyoto Chamber of Commerce, Kyoto, Japan, March 19, 2001.


AWARDS/HONORS

Pam Pawl, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Won the Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers' Lord Award for technical excellence in weaving for a menswear scarf woven on a computerized dobby handloom. This piece is one of 65 entries on display at the DiVinci Gallery, 7th and Catherine Sts., Philadelphia.

EXHIBITIONS

Frank Baseman, School of Architecture & Design
"The Soviet Poster and Its Contemporary Legacy," The Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange, CA, January 22-February 24, 2001.


OTHER

Barbara Lowry, Gutman Library
Elected treasurer and named member of Joint Planning Committee of Customers of Dynix, Inc. 

Richard Shain, School of General Studies
Presented a lecture "African Cinema in Global Show Business," to open the African Film Festival, International House, Philadelphia, PA, February 2001. 

Hitoshi Ujiie, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Competition judge, "Project: New Generation Show," Kyoto Chamber of Commerce, Kyoto, Japan, March 19, 2001.