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FACULTY PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
December 2000 /January  2001

PUBLICATIONS

Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies
"De tous côtés 1 and 2," NTC's Language Project Books, National Textbook Company, December 2000, pgs. 437-438. 

"Cross-Cultural Aspects of the French Cover Letter," co-authored with Salvatore Federico, Global Business Languages (2000), pgs. 97-104.

"Incorporating the Lessons of the Holocaust into French Classes: An Instructor's Resource Manual," co-authored with Barbara P. Barnett, On-line publication; "Le Tour du Grand Concours," co-authored with Joanne S. Silver, On-line publication, http://aatf.utsa.edu/, October 1, 2000.

Frank Baseman, School of Architecture & Design
"Vermont is for Lovers," The Big Book of Design Ideas, Design 2K Competition Creativity, Inc., Cincinnati, OH, poster selected for global publication for Zeitgeist Films, New York.

Steven Bell, Gutman Library
"Choosing Wisely from an Expanding Spectrum of Options: Business Information and the Internet," Journal of Library Administration, Vol. 30, No. 1 / 2 December 2000, pgs. 75-104.

Sue Christoffersen, School of Business Administration
"Integrating Essential Skills in Introductory Finance: A Comprehensive Exercise," Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, January 2001.

Margaret Fenner-Gulledge, School of Science & Health
"Neurologic Disorders", book chapter, Physician Assistant Review, December 2000.

DK Malhotra, School of Business Administration
"Using Intelligent Decision Systems to Invest in Mutual Funds - an Illustration." Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute meetings, Orlando, FL, November 2000.


CONFERENCES

Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies
"Vichy France and the Shoah through a Woman's Eyes: Literacy and Cinematic Perspectives," Pennsylvania Holocaust Education Task Force Welcoming Winter Workshop X, New Cumberland, PA, December 7-8, 2000.

"French Handwritten Documents as Cultural Pehnomena: Traditions and Change," co-presented with Ann Williams-Gascon and Jean-Pierre Berwald, 2000 American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Conference, Boston, MA, November 16-19, 2000.

"The Language of Advertising: A Barometer of Linguistic Change," co-presented with Maureen Wesolowski, 73rd Annual Convention of the American Association of Teachers of French, Paris, France, July 17-20, 2000.

Cheryl Longfellow, School of Science & Health, with D. Voisin, B. Noziere, B. E. Henry, and D. R. Hanson
"Examination of the uptakes of methyl vinyl ketone and methacrolein on liquid sulfuric acid," Poster presentation, National American Geophysical Union Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2000.

Marlene Szymona, School of General Studies
"Faculty Feedback to Students Via E-Mail" presentation, How We Learn: Technologies in English Education Conference of the Educational Association of Pennsylvania State Colleges, East Stroudsburg, PA, Fall 2000.

"The Nature of Students' Questions and Choices in Three Modes: In-class, E-mailed, and Posted on an Electronic Bulletin Board," presentation, 5th Annual WebNet Conference, Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education, San Antonio, Fall 2000.

AWARDS/HONORS

Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies
Modern Language Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity (MLAPCV) First Annual Professional Development Award, October 28, 2000.

Frank Baseman, School of Architecture & Design
Bronze Award, Neenah Paper Letterhead Paperworks Competition for an identity and stationary project for the Fox Leadership Program at the University of Pennsylvania, Neenah Paper Company, Roswell, GA.

Malka Michelson, School of Architecture & Design
Selected to design 2000-01 poster for the Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium, September, 2000.

GRANTS

Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies
Scholarship from the Pennsylvania Holocaust Education Task Force to attend Welcoming Winter Workshop X, "Classroom Strategies for Teaching the Lessons of the Holocaust, New Cumberland, PA, December 7-8, 2000.

Grant to participate in "New Visions in Foreign Language Education 2000," a national project sponsored by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and the National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center, Iowa State University, June 15-18, 2000.

Steven Bell, Gutman Library
$25,000 grant from the Arcadia Foundation, to create a wireless network in the library building. Funds will also be used to purchase wireless-ready notebook computers that will be available for loan to students for use within Gutman Library. The wireless network will be operational for the fall 2001 semester.

Robert Fleming, School of Architecture & Design
Chris Pastore, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
$17,000 Sustainable Development Fund grant to develop a green building design of an experimental research center on or near the Philadelphia University campus.

 

EXHIBITIONS

Frank Baseman, School of Architecture & Design
46th Annual Exhibition, Type Director's Club of New York Aronson Galleries, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY. Exhibition also touring the United Sates, Canada, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan, Mexico, Australia and South America for "1999 Spring Lecture Series" poster, June 2000.

Frank Baseman Design: 20 Posters for the Year 2000, an Exhibition of Posters, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland, June 2000.

Invitational Members Exhibition, U.S./Scot Consortium, Matthew Gallery, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland, November, 2000.

 


OTHER

Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies
Developed and conducted "Advertising and Culture: How the Foreign Language Classroom Profits," 2000 Fall Conference of the Association of Teachers of Foreign Language in Bucks County, Bucks County Community College, November 1, 2000.

Member of the Review Boards of Foreign Language Annals, June 2000-present and a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, April 2000-present.

Michael Rackover, School of Science & Health
Appointed to the Association of Physician Assistant Programs Human Genetics Curricula Committee for the Health Professions, November 2000.