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Faculty Awards and Honors
April 2000


PUBLICATIONS

Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies

Review of Langlois, Steven, "Hip HoppinÕ and SurfinÕ in the French Classroom: The Workshop Video and TeacherÕs Manual," in French Review, 73.5 (April 2000): 991 Review of Wagman, Fernande, "Faisons des affaires: French for Business, Basic Principles," in French Review, 73.6 (May 2000): 1247-1248

John Luke, School of Business Administration
"The Fiber Factor," Americas Textile International (ATI) Magazine, May 1999. "Upon Further Review," ATI Magazine, October 1999. "Balancing the Polyester Equation," ATI Magazine, November 1999.

Sigrid Weltge, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Book Review of Anni Albers i
n American Crafts, Vol. 60, No. 2, April/May 2000

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS

Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies
"Living Through the Occupation: Perspectives from the Works of Sarah Kofman, Georges Perec, and Marguerite Duras," Presenter, International Colloquium on Twentieth-Century French Literature, University of Pennsylvania, March 30-April 3, 2000

Susan Christoffersen, School of Business Administration
"Computer Aided Instruction in Economics," Presenter, Session Chair, Discussant, Eastern Economics Association Annual Conference, March, 2000

DK Malhotra, School of Business Administration
"Equity-Linked Savings Products (SWAPS)," Discussant, "The Information Effect of Volatility: The Case of the S&P Stock Index," Session Chair, Panel on Global and E-Commerce, Multinational Finance Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 2000 "A Comparative Analysis of Open-end Closed-end Equity Funds Expenses," Presenter, Eastern Finance Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC, April 2000

AWARDS


John Luke, School of Business Administration

Elected honorary member of Alpha Chapter Phi Psi Textile Fraternity.

Joyce Storey, School of Textiles & Materials Technology

Winterthur Fellowship for "A Study of the Changes and Developments in the Mechanical and Chemical Technologies of Textile Painting Which Influence the Style and Appearance of Printed Cottons 1750-1875."

OTHER

Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies

Member of the Steering Committee of the 2001 Congr¸s RZgional (AATF Region IV): March 2000-present.

DK Malhotra, School of Business Administration

Reviewer, Program Committee Member: Southern Finance Conference, Savannah, GA; Academy of Financial Services Conference, Seattle, WA; FMA Conference, Seattle, WA; PACAP-FMA Conference, Melbourne, Australia

Sigrid Weltge, School of Textiles & Materials Technology

"Breaking Barriers: Women Designers of the Twentieth Century," Lecture, Widener University, March 14, 2000