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FACULTY PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
OCTOBER  2001

 

PUBLICATIONS

Wendelyn Anderson, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Uncovering a Treasure; Textiles of Bucks County
PA," Pennsylvania Fiberarts Magazine, Summer 2001.

Frank Baseman, School of Architecture & Design
"2001 Print Regional Design Annual," (RC Publications, New York) for Jennifer Sterling lecture poster, Philadelphia University and
AIGA/Philadelphia, clients. 

Jack Carnell, School of Architecture & Design
"Triathlon, Hawaii 1988," featured photograph on cover of Aperture Magazine, No. 164, Summer 2001. 

John Eliason, School of General Studies
"Beyond the Reactive: WAC Programs and the Steps Ahead," co-authored with J.S. Blummer and F. Fritz, Writing Across the Curriculum: WAC and General Education, May 2001.
 

Morna Livingston, School of Architecture & Design
La Foce: A Garden and Landscape in Tuscany
, with Benedetta Origo, Lauri Olin and John Dixon Hunt, photography by Livingston, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001. 

Michael Rackover, School of Science & Health
"The Need for Genetic Literacy in Physician Assistants," Perspective on Physician Assistant Education, Volume 12, Number 12, Spring 2001.
 

Ann Northrup, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Adjunct Faculty and the Teaching of Foundation Courses," FATE (Foundations in Art Theory and Education) in Review Foundations in Art Theory and Education, March 2001.




CONFERENCES

Mohamed Abou-iiana, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Knitting Technology: From Sweaters to Composite Materials," and "The Effect of Fibers Properties on the Performance of Industrial Knits," presentations, Knitted Textiles Association Seminar, Technical Textiles Division, New York, NY, 2001.

Knitted Textiles Association Seminar, Technical Textiles Division, keynote address, New York, NY,
August 2, 2001..

Steven Bell, Gutman Library
"How Do You Keep Up With Everything? Developing a Personal E-strategy for Professional Current Awareness," presentation, 2001 Pennsylvania Library Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, October 15, 2001.
 

"A Local Look at Live Reference: Who's Using It and What Can We Learn," session chair, 50th Anniversary Conference of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries, Philadelphia, PA, October 13, 2001. 

William Brendley, School of Science & Health
"Invasive Species of Presque Isle," presentation, Seventh Annual Presque Isle Environmental Conference, Gannon University, Erie, PA, August 9-10, 2001.
 

Susan Christoffersen, School of Business Administration
"The Inverted Classroom," presentation, Annual Thinkwell Teaching Conference, Utah, August 4-7, 2001.

"Valuing Household Services in Forensic Economics," session chair, International Atlantic Economics Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, October 11-13, 2001. 

Steven Dinero, School of General Studies
"Analysis of a Mixed Economy in an Alaskan Native Settlement: The Case of Artic Village," presentation, International Arctic Social Sciences Association, Quebec City, Quebec, May 19, 2001.
 

John Eliason, School of General Studies
"Beyond the Reactive: WAC Programs and the Steps Ahead," presentation, The National Writing Across the Curriculum conference, Bloomington, IN, June 2, 2000.
 

Ann Northrup, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Striving for Excellence on a Tight Budget: The Use of Adjuncts in Foundation Programs," session chair, FATE Conference, Boston, MA, March 21-24, 2001.
 

Ann Northrup and Maureen Roberts, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Taking Risks - Leaving the Safety of our Disciplines," presentation, FATE Conference, Boston, MA, March 21-24, 2001.
 

Faye Ross, Learning & Advising Center
"Integrating Advising, Tutoring, and Faculty Development: A Ménage a Trois?" National Academic Advising Association Conference, Ottawa, Canada, October 12, 2001.



AWARDS/HONORS

John Eliason, School of General Studies
Completed Ph.D. in English, University of Nevada, Reno, Summer 2001.

 

GRANTS

Jeff Ashley, School of Science & Health
Delaware River Basin Commission grant for "Delaware River Estuary Bioaccumulation Field Study."
 

Bureau of Environmental Quality, U.S. Department of Health, grant for "Assessment of the Water Quality of the Tidal Anacostia River: Trace Metals and Organic Contaminants." 

U.S. EPA's Chesapeake Bay Program grant for "Using the Sediment Quality Triad and Integrative Water Sampling Devices to Characterize Chemical Contaminant Impacts in Chesapeake Bay Tributaries." 

Hossein Rostami, School of Science & Health
Temple University NSF grant for "SGER: In Situ Remediation of Contaminated Water with AAM Permeable Reactive Barrier to Remove Mercury and Lead."

 

EXHIBITIONS 

Frank Baseman, School of Architecture & Design
"Type: Aesthetic + Function," Invitational Design Exhibition, Art Center, Kansas Wesleyan University, August, 2001; Kemper Gallery, Kansas State University, September, 2001; and traveling throughout 2002 to Women¹s       University, Seoul, Korea; Fachhoschule Trier, Trier, Germany; and University
of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland. 

Susan Frostén and Jeanne Scandura, School of Architecture & Design
"Time and Warp," interactive multimedia installation, Minima Gallery, Old City, Philadelphia, 2001 Fringe Festival, August 31-September 15, 2001.
 

Wendelyn Anderson, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Ancient Wisdom Quilt," members exhibition at the DaVinci Art Alliance, Philadelphia, June 2001 and Earth Charter Summit, Drexel University, September 29, 2001.

 

OTHER

Jeff Ashley, School of Science & Health
Elected Board Member of the Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.
 

Frank Baseman, School of Architecture & Design
Co-chair, National Design Education Committee, American Institute of Graphic
Arts, New York, February 2001 to present. Co-chaired review committee to review presentation proposals for "Voice" AIGA National Design Conference in Washington, D.C., September 2001. 

Kris Bhat, Cheryl Longfellow, Diana Cundell, Bill Brendley and Herman Hamann, School of Science & Health
Served as judges for poster presentations and invited papers at the 4th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Chemical and Biological Science, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, October 6, 2001.
 

Kevin Cawley, Graduate & Continuing Studies
Elected Assistant Program Chair for the Association of Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) Region V, Pennsylvania & Southern New Jersey for academic year 2001-2002.
 

Christopher Dougherty, Graduate & Continuing Studies
Elected Region Chair for the Association of Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) Region V, Pennsylvania & Southern New Jersey for academic year 2001-2002.
 

Katharine Jones, School of General Studies
Visiting Scholar at Football Research Unit, University of Liverpool, UK, and at  Sir Norman Chester Centre for Football Research, University of Leicester, UK, Summer 2001.
 

Josh Owen, School of Architecture & Design
Tone Knob Lamp released into the marketplace, manufactured by Umbra, Inc., October, 2001. 
 

Saul Lassoff, School of Science & Health
Chairman of team conducting assessment of the psychology department of the State University of New York at Farmingdale, May 26, 2001.
 

Maureen Roberts, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Writing quarterly column for the Issues Group: The Committee on Lifelong Learning, for the Newsletter of the National Art Education Association. 
 

Serving second term as National Chair of NAEA's lifelong learning special interest group.