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Faculty Awards and Honors
May 1999


PUBLICATIONS

Steven Bell, Library

"Creating Learning Libraries in Support of Seamless Learning Cultures," College & Undergraduate Libraries, Vol.6, No. 2, 2000

Sigrid Weltge, School of Textiles & Materials Technology

"Miniatures Exhibition," catalogue essay, Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, April 2000

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS


Eileen Angelini, School of General Studies

"Tired of Teaching English Grammar in Your Foreign Language Class," and "La Shoah: Teaching the Lessons of the Holocaust in French Classes," presenter, 2000 Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Washington, DC, April 13-16, 2000 "How to Write a French Curriculum Vitae," presenter, EMU 2000 Conference on Language, Communication, and Global Management, Scottsdale, AZ, April 5-8, 2000.

Christopher Dougherty, Graduate and Continuing Studies
"Action Research and Academic Management: Using Research to Define Student Needs and Assess Program Quality," presenter, Centering on Students, Association for Continuing Higher Education Conference, Cincinnati, OH, November 8, 1999.

Christopher Dougherty, Graduate and Continuing Studies Kevin Cawley, Graduate and Continuing Studies
"Design, Development and Analysis: Student Surveys Made Simple," presenters, Teaching, Technology, and Tomorrow, Association for Continuing Higher Education Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD, March 24, 2000.

Maureen Roberts, School of Textiles & Materials Technology

"Doing Community Service Projects Right; For the Right Reasons," and "Lifelong Learning: a 25th year celebration of what we’ve done and who we are," presenter, NAEA Convention, Los Angeles, CA, March 30-April 4.

GRANTS


Sigrid Weltge, School of Textiles & Materials Technology

National Endowment for the Humanities grant for a six-week summer seminar, Berlin 2000: Literature, Culture, and Politics from ‘Zero Hour to the Berlin Republic,’ Humboldt UniversitSt, Berlin, Germany.

OTHER

Maureen Roberts, School of Textiles & Materials Technology

Elected National Chair of 2000-2001 of NAEA’s lifelong learning special interest group.

Sigrid Weltge, School of Textiles & Materials Technology

One of four judges chosen from Philadelphia’s art and architecture community to jury the Traveling Abroad Fellowships at Moore College of Art and Design.