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FACULTY PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
October 2000

PUBLICATIONS

Mohamed Abou-iiana, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Knitting Dynamics: Precision Measurements of Relative Knitting Forces," Melliand International, English/German editions, September 2000.

Jeffrey Ashley, School of Science & Health
"Linking Habitat Use of Hudson River Striped Bass to Accumulation of PCB Congeners", Environ. Eci. Technol. 34 pgs. 1023-1029. Co-authored with Joel Baker, Erik Zlokovitz, Dave Secor, and Samantha Wales.

Kris Bhat, Charles Bock & Les Sztandera, School of Science & Health
"Monomethoxy-4-aminoazobenzenes: a computational study," Dyes and Pigments 46 pgs.109-119 (2000).

Diana Cundell & Les Sztandera, School of Science & Health
"Using Fuzzy Sets to Analyze Putative Correlates Between Age, Blood Type, Gender and/or Race with Bacterial Infection," Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, Volume 586, 2000.

"Using Intelligent Systems in Predictions of the Bacterial Causative Agent of an Infection," Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 1932, pgs. 349-357.

Susan L. Haiman, School of Science & Health
"Is POTA Y2k compliant?" Penn Point Newsletter, March 2000. 

Ellen Kolodner, Catherine Piersol, School of Science & Health &
Vini Nathan, School of Architecture & Design
"Interdisciplinary Collaborative Teams: A Strategy for Infusing Universal Design into Professional Curricula," Published proceedings of the Second Annual International Conference on Universal Design, June 2000.

Ellen Kolodner, School of Science & Health
"Chapter 1: The Role of Fieldwork in Occupational Therapy Practice," Meeting the Fieldwork Challenge, (P. Crist and S. Merrill, eds.), Bethesda MD: American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. 2000.

Catherine Verrier Piersol, School of Science & Health
"Establishing Competency as a Fieldwork Educator," POTA District V Newsletter, September 2000.

Amar Raheja, School of Science & Health
"Wavelet Based Multiresolution Expectation Maximization Image Reconstruction Algorithm for Position Emission Tomography," Computerized Medical Imaging & Graphics, Vol. 24, No. 6, pgs. 350-376, 2000.


CONFERENCES

Jeffrey Ashley, School of Science & Health
"Inventories and Sources of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Surficial Sediments of the Chesapeake Bay and its Tributaries" co-presenter, 16th Annual International Conference on Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water, Amherst, MA, October 2000.

Steven Bell, Gutman Library
"Preparing for the Inevitable: Back-up Strategies for Internet Content Presentations," presentation, Pennsylvania Library Association Annual Conference, Lancaster, PA, September 24, 2000.

Susan Christoffersen, School of Business Administration
"Reference Preference in Forensic Economics," presentation, International Atlantic Economics Conference, Charleston, NC, October 16, 2000.

Celia Frank, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
"Computerized Garment Design," Technology of Apparel Manufacturing, Prima Vision Fashion CAD/LAB, Philadelphia University, September 17, 2000.

"Fashion Trends - Spring/Summer 2001 and Fall/Winter 2001/2002," Material World Conference, Miami, FL, September 27, 2000.

Susan L. Haiman, School of Science & Health
"AOTA Mental Health Partnership Project: Update 2000," & "Occupational Therapy Role Delineation in the Consumer-driven Social Club" presentations, Association Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, April 2000

"Politics and your Profession: Activism for Occupational Therapists," presentation, Legislative Day, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, April 2000.

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

Ellen Kolodner & Catherine Piersol, School of Science & Health
"Interdisciplinary Collaborative Teams: A Strategy for Infusing Universal Design into Professional Curricula," presentation, Designing for the 21st Century II: An International Conference on Universal Design, June 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.

Abigail Lee Miller, School of Business Administration
"E-Commerce: A University's Quick Response," presentation, Academy of Business Education Annual Conference, Bermuda, September 22, 2000.

Deborah Oakley, School of Architecture & Design
Attended Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Technology Conference, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, July 2000.

Catherine Piersol, School of Science & Health
"Occupational Therapists and Industrial Designers: Collaborating to Promote Occupational Competence," presentation, American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference and Exposition, Seattle, WA, April 2000

Jerome Witt, School of Business Administration
Attended American Association for Higher Education conference on Outcomes Assessment, Charlotte, NC, June 2000.

AWARDS/HONORS

DK Malhotra, School of Business Administration
Received Best Paper Award by International Academic Advisory Panel of International Certified Financial Planning Council for "A Comparative Analysis of Open and Closed-end Funds Expenses," co-authored with Robert McLeod. 

GRANTS

Mohamed Abou-iiana, School of Textiles & Materials Technology
Received grant from US Navy under the title "Integrated Tactile Transduction Garment for In-Flight Spatial Orientation."

Jeffrey Ashley, School of Science & Health
Received grant from the Hudson River Foundation to study "A comparison of PCB congener accumulation in American eels and striped bass from the Hudson and Delaware Rivers."
Jeffrey Ashley, School of Science & Health
Received grant from Anacostia Watershed Toxics Alliance to study "Deposition and spatial distribution of sediment-bound contaminants in the Anacostia River, District of Colombia."

Diana Cundell, School of Science & Health
Received grant as co-principal investigator from the Albert Einstein Society to study "An association between demographic variables and bacterial infection using fuzzy logic programming and in vitro laboratory techniques." 


OTHER

Susan Frosten & Carol Hermann, School of Architecture & Design
Exhibition entitled "Virtual Bodies" at Minima Gallery in Old City. This piece is a collaboration between Jeanne Scandura (adjunct professor), and Janice Woodcock along with students, Bethany Goshow, Megan Fitzpatrick, Lisa Calabro and Reilly Cheeseman.

JoAnn Gonzalez-Major, School of Science & Health
"Supporting On-line Learners in a Distance Learning Environment," presentation to Pennsylvania Association of Education Communications and Technology and faculty at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, PA, October 2, 2000.

"On-line Learning Tools for Building Learning Communities," presentation to faculty and staff at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, PA, 
October 10, 2000.

Ellen Kolodner, School of Science & Health
"Educating the Consumer: Collaborative Opportunities, Community 
Advantages," poster, American Occupational Therapy Association Annual 
Conference, Seattle, WA, April 2000.