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FACULTY PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
NOVEMBER 2000

PUBLICATIONS

Susan Christoffersen, School of Business Administration
"Causes, Correlates and Consequences of Death Among Older Adults:
Some Methodological Approaches and Substantive Analyses," Journal of 
Forensic Economics, v.8, n.1, Winter 2000.

Cheryl Longfellow, School of Science & Health
"Reactive and non-reactive update on hydrocarbon soot: HNO3, O3, and
N2O5," co-authored with A. R. Ravishankara and D. R. Hanson, Journal of
Geophysical Research, 105, 2000, pgs. 24345-24350.

Sigrid Weltge, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Wrote the catalogue for "Miniatures 2000" published by the Museum of Art
and Design, Helsinki.

CONFERENCES

Mohamed Abou-iiana, Claire Beevers, School of Textiles & Materials Technology, and Frank Scardino
"Industrial Knitting Technology and Applications," presentation, Industrial Fabrics Association International, Orlando, FL, October 26-28, 2000.

Jeffrey Ashley, School of Science & Health
"Chemistry of Bioavailibility," Chair, Platform Session, Society for 
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry's 21st Annual Meeting, 
Nashville, TN, November 14, 2000.

"Inventories and Sources of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Surficial 
Sediments of the Chesapeake Bay and its Tributaries," presentation, 17th Annual International Conference on Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, MA, 
October 18-19, 2000.

Steven Bell, Gutman Library
"Web-based Utilities: Cool Tools for Faculty and Academic Administrators, But What About Students and Classroom Applications," Sixth Annual Mid-Atlantic College Conference on Teaching, Learning and Managing with Technology, Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, PA, October 20, 2000.

Kris Bhat, School of Science & Health with Philadelphia University
students
3 posters, 3RD annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Chemical
and Biological Sciences, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, 
October 21, 2000.

Anne Todd Bockarie, School of Science & Health
"Evaluating a Philadelphia Park Restoration Project," presentation, Ecosystem 
Restoration and Community Revitalization: Lessons from the Cities Symposium, The Hixon Center for Urban Ecology of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, CT, November 9, 2000.

David Breiner, School of Architecture & Design
"No Accidental Tourists: The Development of Roman Guidebooks for Cinquecento Architects," presentation, Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting, Miami, FL, June 2000.

Diana Cundell, School of Science & Health
"Using Intelligent Systems in Predictions of the Bacterial Causative Agent," presentation, 12th International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, Charlotte, NC, October 13-16, 2000.

Steven Dinero, School of General Studies
"Community Planning Among Post-Nomadic Hunters & Gathers in the Distant North: The Case of Arctic Village, Alaska," presentation, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference 42nd Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 5, 2000.

"Polygyny and Bedouin Social Development: The Case of Segev Shalom," presentation, Middle East Studies Association Conference 34th Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, November 19, 2000.

John Eliason, School of General Studies
"What's Your SLP? Writing Centers and Strategic Learning Plans," National Writing Centers Association, Baltimore, MD, November 2, 2000.

Margaret Fenner-Gulledge, School of Science & Health
"Dealing with Problem Students: Suicide, Homicide, Munchausen, Bipolar Disorder, Substance Abuse, and Prescription Fraud," and "A Tracking System for Students with Behavior and Academic Problems," presentations, Association of Physician Assistant Programs' 2000 National Education Forum, Washington, DC, October 25-29, 2000.

Susan L. Haiman, School of Science & Health
"Occupational Therapy Role Delineation in a Consumer-driven Social Club," 
presentation, American Occupational Therapy Association Annual 
Conference, Seattle, WA, April 2000.

"Legislative Update," presentation, Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 2000.

Cynthia Haynes, School of Science & Health
"Transitional Portfolios: Chronicles of Student's Professional Development,"
American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Seattle, 
WA, April 2000.

Ellen Kolodner, School of Science & Health
"Creating Customized Patient Education Materials by Partnering with Graphic
Designers," presentation, American Occupational Therapy Association
Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, April 2000. 

"Strategies for Empowering and Educating Clients and Caregivers,"
Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference,
Pittsburgh, PA, October 2000.

"Partnerships and Opportunities for the New Millennium," Keynote Address, 
New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference,
Piscataway, NJ, October 2000.

DK Malhotra, School of Business Administration
"A Comparative Analysis of Open and Closed-end Funds Expenses," co-authored with Robert McLeod, presentation, Financial Management Association Meeting, Seattle, WA, October 2000.

Christopher Pastore, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Textile Composites: Barriers to Commercial Acceptance," keynote address, The Fiber Society Fall 2000 Annual Technical Conference, Pine Mountain, GA, November 7-10, 2000.

"The Performance of Hybrid Braided Composite Rebar," with Eileen Armstrong-Carroll and Ko, 32nd International SAMPE Technical Conference, Boston, MA, November 5-9, 2000.

"Modeling the Tensile Response of Composite Rebar," with Eileen Armstrong-Carroll and Matt Dunn, ASME 2000 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Orlando FL, November 5-10, 2000.

Jerome Witt, School of Business Administration
E-commerce session chair, Bermuda Academy of Business Education, Bermuda, September 2000.

AWARDS/HONORS

Christopher Pastore, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Fiber Society Distinguished Achievement Award


OTHER

Jeffrey Ashley, School of Science & Health
Reviewer for 2001-2002 pre-proposals (Transport and Fate of Contaminants) for Hudson River Foundation.

Kris Bhat, School of Science & Health
Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 6th Edition, Vol I, 2000.

Saul Lassoff, School of Science & Health
Chair of evaluation team for the Psychology Program at the State University of New York at Farmingdale.

Malka Michelson, School of Architecture & Design
Attended, by special invitation, a Seminar on Deep-Dialogue/Critical Thinking as the Foundation for Education in Indonesia, sponsored by Global Dialog Institute, Haverford College, October 19-23, 2000.

Michael Rackover, School of Science & Health
Elected Director at Large on the Board of Directors of the Association of
Physician Assistant Programs (APAP).