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FACULTY PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
JUNE-JULY-AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2001

 

PUBLICATIONS

Kris Bhat & Charles Bock, School of Science & Health
"Metabolites of Monomethoxy-4-aminoazobenzene Dyes: A Computational Study," Dyes and Pigments, 50, pp. 133-150, 2001. 

Steven Bell, Gutman Library
"Web-Based Utilities for Learning and Collaboration in the Classroom," Syllabus, July 2001.
"The New Digital Divide: Dissecting Aggregator Exclusivity Deals," D-Lib (Digital Libraries) Magazine, Vol. 7 No. 8, July/August 2001.

Charles Bock, School of Science & Health
"Two-Metal Binding Motifs in Protein Crystal Structures," Structural Chemistry, Vol. 12, Nos. 3/4, 2001.

Anusua Datta, School of Business Administration
"Assessing R & D and Productivity Growth at AT&T - Post Divestiture," Proceedings of International Telecommunications Society, 2001.
               

Susan Eng-Ma, School of Science & Health
Book chapters, 1) sarcoidosis 2) pediatric immunizations,
Primary Care for Physician Assistants, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill, 2001 

Steve Grout, School of Architecture & Design
Photographs (before and after) of Cape May, New Jersey property appear as an excellent example of landscape sustainability and planning for wildlife habitat in "Redesigning the American Lawn," Bormann, Balmori and Gerballe, Yale University Press.
 

Mark Liff, School of Science & Health
"H-1 NMR of Elastic Network Phase of Wool Fibers," Journal of Applied Polymer Science, V. 82, N7, 1824, 2001.
"Deuteron Magnetic Relaxation of D2O Absorbed by Wool," Journal of Biomacromolecules, V.29, p. 1, 2001.
 

Cheryl Longfellow, School of Science & Health
"Uptake of Nopinone by Water: Comparison Between Aqueous-and Gas-phase Oxication of Organic Compounds in the Atmosphere," Geophysical Research Letters, 28, 1965-1968 (2001).
"Infrared Multiphoton Dissociation of Acetone," Journal of Physical Chemistry, 105, 2557-2562 (2001).
 

Ann Northrup, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Adjunct Faculty and the Teaching of Foundation Courses," FATE in Review - Foundations in Art Theory and Education," Volume 23, 2000-2001.
 

Chris Pastore, School of Textiles & Materials Technology and Rob Fleming, School of Architecture & Design
"Renewable Nonwoven Composites for a Sustainable Future," proceedings of International Nonwoven Technical Conference 2001, TAPPI, Atlanta, 2001
 

Philip Russel, School of Business Administration
"Predicting Return Outcomes to Shareholders from Companies Entering Chapter 11 Bankruptcy," co-authored, Managerial Finance, Volume 27, Number 4, 2001.
 

Les Sztandera and Diana Cundell, School of Science & Health
"Design of Safe Textile Chemicals," Advances in Computational Intelligence, 4, Pp. 2741-2746, September 2001.
"Generation of an Intelligent Medical System, Using a Real Database to Diagnose Bacterial Infection in Hospitalized Patients," International Journal of Medical Informatics, Vol. 63/1-2, pp. 31-40. September 4, 2001.
"Fuzzy System Aids in the Diagnosis of Bacterial Infection," Proceedings of the Systems/Modeling/Control," Vol. 2, pp. 261-265, 2001.




CONFERENCES

Mohamed Abou-iiana, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Recent Trends in Automotive Upholstery," presentation, Textiles in Automotive Conference, Atlanta, GA, June 13-14, 2001
"The Development of an Expert System in Apparel Quality Control," presentation, 6th Asian Textiles Conference, Hong Kong Polytechnic, Hong Kong, China, August 2001.
"Technical Textiles", session chair, 6th Asian Textiles Conference, Hong, Kong, China, August 2001
 

Kris Bhat, School of Science & Health
"A General Synthesis of Bicyclic System From L-Glutamic Acid," presentation,  Thirteenth Biennial Philadelphia Organic Chemists' Club Day, Philadelphia, PA, May 31, 2001.
 

Steven Bell, Gutman Library
"A Web Tutorial Primer for the Time and Technology Challenged: Software Solutions for Faster, Easier and Cheaper Tutorials," presentation, Association of College and Research Libraries, Spring Program, Newark, DE, June 1, 2001.
 

Diana Cundell, School of Science & Health
"Designing Assignments that Provide Students with Historical, Global and Environmental Perspectives of Microbiology," presentation, 8th Undergraduate Microbiology Education Conference, Orlando, FL, May 18-20, 2001.
 

Anusua Datta, School of Business Administration
"Assessing R & D and Productivity Growth at AT&T - Post Divestiture," presentation, International Telecommunications Society Conference, Hong Kong, July 5-7, 2001.
 

Susan Eng-Ma, School of Science & Health
"Integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine in China," presentation, American Academy of Physician Assistants' 29th Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, May 24-31, 2001.
 

JoAnn Gonzalez-Major, School of Science & Health
"Engaging Students in Active Learning," presentation, Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching, Tampa, FL, August 11-15, 2001.
 

Craig Griffen, School of Architecture & Design
"The Woven Wall: A Physical and Conceptual Influence for Design," and "Better Living Through Circuitry: Challenging Bias in Architectural Materials," presentation, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Technology Conference, Austin, TX, July 2001.
"Better Living Through Circuitry?" presentation, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture International Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, June 2001.
 

Ann Northrup and Maureen Roberts, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Striving for Excellence on a Tight Budget: Adjunct Faculty in Design Foundations," session co-chair, Foundation Art: Theory and Education Conference, Boston, MA, March 2001.
 

Chris Pastore, School of Textiles & Materials Technology and Rob Fleming, School of Architecture & Design
"Renewable Nonwoven Composites for a Sustainable Future,", presentation  International Nonwovens Technical Conference, Baltimore, MD, September 7, 2001.
 

Marion Roydhouse, School of General Studies
"The Glass Ceiling? Women in Higher Education," presentation, Seminar for the Victoria University Chapter of the AAUW and "A New Zealander Abroad: Unexpected Journeys and Women's History in Unexpected Places," presentation, Seminar for Women's Studies Department, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, July 2001.



AWARDS/HONORS

Christopher Dougherty, Graduate and Continuing Studies
Received Educator of the Year Award from the Association for Continuing Higher Education, Region IV (Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey), June 2001.
 

Julie Kimmel, School of General Studies
Associate Fellow, Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis, New Brunswick, NJ, Program on "Industrial Environments: Creativity and Consequences," 2001-2002.
 

Cheryl Longfellow, School of Science & Health
Received Dorothy and Moses Passer Education Award from
American Chemical Society, Division of Chemical Education, Inc., 2001. 

Ray Poteau, School of Business Administration
Named 2001 Outstanding Accounting Educator by the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

GRANTS

Mohamed Abou-iiana, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
US Army Grant, "A Novel Fiber Optic System for Measuring the Structural Behavior of Parachutes Fabrics."   

William Brendley, School of Science & Health
Pennsylvania Sea Grant, "Bioremediation of Gasoline Oxygenates in Water and Soil." 
 

Steven Dinero, School of General Studies
2001 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute Grant "Environmental Ethics and Issues: Alaska as a Case Study." 

Anusua Datta, School of Business Administration
Lindback Minority Junior Faculty Career Enhancement Grant, "Telecommunications, Information Technology and Economic Development."

University Research & Design Grants 

Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies
1) "Témoins: La France et la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale," French culture and civilization text on the Holocaust, WWII, the Occupation and their impact on France.  2) Strategies of "Writing the Self" in the French Modern Novel.
 

Jeff Ashley, School of Science & Health
Assessing the Magnitude, Extent and Bioaccumulation of Nonylphenols Adjacent to Suspected Sources in the Delaware Estuary
 

Kris Bhat, School of Science & Health
Hydroponically Cultured Plants for Bioremediation for Heavy Metals and Oxygenated Organics 

Anne Bockarie & Diana Cundell, School of Science & Health
Isolation of Antibiotic Producing Bacteria from Tropical Forest, Coral Reefs, and Disturbed Ecosystems
 

Anne Bockarie & Diana Cundell, School of Science & Health; Brian George, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Poultry Feathers/Fiber Fabrics for Erosion Control
 

Steven Dinero, School of General Studies
Adaptation of Pastoralists and Hunter/Gathers to State-Sponsored Development: Two Case Studies in Alska and Israel (Phase III) 

Muthu Govindaraj, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
On-line Fabric Defect Evaluation
 

Carol Hermann, School of Architecture & Design
Reading Philadelphia: Text, Texture, Textile 

Julie Kimmel, School of General Studies
Understanding Workers' Behavior: Elmer Ernest Southard, the Mental Health Professions and Industrial Management
 

Russell Kleinbach, School of General Studies
Kyrgyz Bride Kidnapping: Third Edition 

Morna Livingston, School of Architecture & Design
Earthquake Damage to the Stepwells of Western India-Project
 

Cheryl Longfellow, School of Science & Health
Study of Air Pollution Factors: Measurements of Henry's Law Constants for Naturally Occurring Volatile Organic Compounds
 

DK Malhotra, School of Business Administration
Economies of Scale in Retail Superannuation Funds in Australia 

Jaideep Naidu, School of Business Administration
Various Optimizers for Single - Stage Production of 'Families' of Jobs  

Hossein Rostami, School of Science & Health
Technical Feasability and the Economical Viability of Alkali Ash Material (AAM) Permeable Reactive Barrier (RPB) to remove Methyl Tertiary-Butyl Ether (MTBE) from Contaminated Water
 

University Technology in Instruction Grants 

Anne Smock, School of Textiles & Materials Technology & John Pierce, School of Science & Health
Enhancing Spatial Visualization Skills in Fashion Majors 

Celia Frank, School of Textiles & Materials Technology & JoAnn Gonzalez-Major, School of Science & Health
Digital Formats for Marketing the 21st Century Designer
 

Tom Schrand, School of General Studies
Ways in Which Educational Technologies Can Be Used to Enhance Student Learning
 

NTC Research Grants - 2001-2002 

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

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

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

Celia Frank, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
A Fuzzy Forecasting Model for Women's Casual Sales
 

Brian George, Chris Pastore & Eileen Armstrong-Carol, 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  

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

Chris Pastore & Eileen Armstrong-Carol, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Engineered Non-Linear Elastic Blended Fabric