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FACULTY PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
February  2001

PUBLICATIONS

Mohamed Abou-iiana, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Claire Beevers, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"More Automation Awaits Circular Knitting Technology," Textile World, January 2001.

Matt Dane Baker, School of Science & Health
"Heart and Blood Vessel Disorders," book chapter (3), Physician Assistant Review, Auth and Kerstein, eds., January 2001.

David Breiner, School of Architecture & Design
"Heins and LaFarge," dictionary entry, Dizionario dell'architettura del XX secolo, gen. ed. Carlo Olmo. Turin: Allemandi, 2000-2001.

Margaret Fenner-Gulledge, School of Science & Health
"Neurologic Disorders," book chapter (6), Physician Assistant Review, Auth and Kerstein, eds., January 2001.

Brian George, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Surface Features of Mineral Filled Polypropylene Filaments," Surface Characteristics of Fibers and Textiles: Part III, ed. Pastore and Kiekens, Marcel Kekker, New York NY, 2001: 139-160.

DK Malhotra, School of Business Administration
"Ellipse: An Object-Oriented and Database-Coupled Expert System Development Environment," co-authored with Rashmi Malhotra, Journal of Intelligent Systems, Volume 10, 4, 345-376.

Hitoshi Ujiie, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Digital Portfolio," The Big Picture Magazine, January/February 2001.

CONFERENCES

Jeffrey Ashley, School of Science & Health
"The Role of Habitat Use in Determining Contaminant Bioaccumulation in Anadromous Fishes," invited speaker, Ft. Johnson Seminar Series, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, January 9, 2001.

William Brendley & Hossein Rostami, School of Science & Health
"Removal of Mercury from Contaminated Water," US EPA conference, San Francisco, CA, November 28-30, 2000.

Hitoshi Ujiie, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"The Cutting Edge: Innovation & Transformation in Textile Design," moderator, Technotextiles: The New Fabric of Fashion, Japan Society, New York, NY, February 8, 2001.


AWARDS/HONORS

David Brookstein, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Included in Textile World's annual "Top Ten" for service and dedication to the textile industry. 

GRANTS

Hitoshi Ujiie, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Acquired three digital textile ink jet printers from various sources for the School of Textiles & Materials Technology labs, approximate value: $78,000.

National Textile Center Research Grants - 2001-2002

Kris Bhat & Charles Bock, School of Science & Health
COS and HTS Design of High-Performance, Non-toxic Chemicals for Textiles

Alex Messinger & Rob Fleming, School of Architecture & Design
Chris Pastore, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Architectural Fabric Structures

Matt Dunn, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Engineered Non-Linear Elastic Blended Fabrics

Brian George, Chris Pastore, Matt Dunn, School of Textiles & Materials Technology & John Pierce, School of Science & Health
Educating the Educators

Muthu Govindaraj, Chris Pastore, School of Textiles & Materials Technology, Amar Raheja, School of Science & Health
Haptic Simulation of Fabric Hand

Mohamed Abou-iiana, Chris Pastore, Claire Beevers, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
On Line Weight and Shrinkage Control of Cotton Knits

Celia Frank, School of Textiles & Materials Technology, Amar Raheja & Les Sztandera, School of Science & Health
A Fuzzy Forecasting Model for Women's Casual Sales

Sue Christoffersen, DK Malhotra, Anusua Datta, School of Business Administration
Optimal Investment Strategies for Enhanced Productivity in the Textile Industry

Pennsylvania Sea Grants

Kris Bhat, School of Science & Health
Computer-based Molecular Modeling to Study Degradation Pathways of Potential Organic Carcinogens (MTBE and Flouranthene) 

William Brendley, School of Science & Health
Laboratory Studies to Investigate Reduction/Removal of Sediment Toxicity Caused by Organic Toxicants

Diana Cundell, School of Science & Health
Laboratory Studies for Bioremediation of Contaminated Sediment and Water Utilizing Natural Microbes

Hossein Rostami, School of Science & Health
Novel, Low Cost Adsorbent for Removal of Heavy Metal Contaminates in Ground/Sea Water


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.