Faculty Professional Activities, 2010-2011, Announcement #2
Date: July 13, 2011
Kudos to our faculty for their impressive professional activities!
Kudos to our faculty and academic affairs staff for their impressive professional activities!
Dr. Tonya Amankwatia reports the following professional activities:
- “Issues in Online Integrity” - Panelist for special session - Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual International Convention Jacksonville, FL; November 2011
- “Transitioning to hybrid instruction: A tool, techniques, a teachable moment” - Presenter and Conference Proceedings Publication - 27th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning!; August 2011
- “Here We Grow Again: Building Blocks for Supporting Online Faculty” - Co-Presenter - 8th Annual PA/DE/NJ Distance Learning Association Conference & Expo Philadelphia, PA Penn State Great Valley; November 2010.
Dr. Terri Amlong’s article entitled “‘Universal Human Rights’: The New Rhetoric of the Woman’s Rights Movement Established in The Una (1853-1855)” will be published in a forthcoming issue of American Periodicals, the premier journal for scholarly research on periodicals. She presented a paper entitled “Catherine Maria Sedgwick’s Connections to the Transcendentalists” at the annual meeting of the American Literature Association in San Francisco, CA, in May 2010. Dr. Amlong was invited to review a new edition of the composition and rhetoric textbook currently in use in our freshman writing program, The Allyn & Bacon Guide to Writing, Sixth Edition. She also served as faculty liaison for the LVAIC Women’s Studies Coalition and mentored three DeSales students whose papers were accepted for the annual undergraduate conference in February 2011.
Dr. Katrin Blamey presented a poster session entitled “Developing Preschool Teachers’ Vocabulary Instruction During Storybook Reading Through the Use of a Professional Development Tool” at the 20th National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development in Providence, RI, on June 13, 2011.
Dr. Maria Cristina Campos Fuentes’ scholarly article “La identidad revisitada en Ciudad sin angel de Jorge Enrique Adoum” was published in the 2010 issue of the Texas Tech University peer-reviewed journal Cefiro, 10.1/10.2. Dr. Campos Fuentes chaired the panel “Women, Love, and Eroticism in Latin American Poetry” and delivered the paper “Erotismo en ‘Ninfomania’ y ‘En el filo del gozo’ de Rosario Castellanos” at the 42nd Annual Northeast Modern Language Association Convention in New Brunswick, NJ, on April 9, 2011. In addition, Dr. Campos Fuentes made a presentation at the DeSales University Faculty Colloquium on April 13, 2011. The title of her presentation was “Teaching with Technology: PowerPoint in the Classroom.”
Mr. Tim Cowart, choreographed a new modern dance work entitled “Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World” based on 18th century Japanese woodblock prints. The work took on a new significance in the wake of the March 11th earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan. In April, with the support of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Cowart took a group of 12 students to New York City to participate in a four-day festival celebrating the artistic genus of Alwin Nikolais. Students from DeSales University performed “Tensile Involvement,” one of the signature works from Alwin Nikolais, and their performance received a favorable mention in The New York Times. Cowart performed with his wife Corrie in a work entitled “August” for the Ten Tiny Dances Series in March and May. Also in May, Cowart moderated a panel discussion regarding the film “Mao's Last Dancer” at the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema in the ArtsQuest Center at Steel Stacks in Bethlehem, PA. The film is based on the autobiography of Li Cunxin, a man who was born as a peasant in a remote village in China and who trained at the Beijing Dance Academy and eventually defected to the United States. Other panelists who were present to discuss this intriguing film included Mr. Yu Hong, Artistic Director of Pennsylvania Classical Ballet, and Dr. Li Yang, Assistant Professor in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Lafayette College.
Fr. Tom Dailey reports the following activities:
- presentation on Benedict XVI’s Light of the World at the Lehigh Valley (PA) chapter of Legatus on January 12, 2011
- presentation on Salesian Simplicity in the new “Salesian Insights” series at DSU, inaugurated February 8, 2011
- presentation on the Eucharist for the religious education program at St. Jude parish (Chalfont, PA) on February 18, 2011
- series of retreat conferences for the permanent deacons of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia at the Villa of Our Lady (Mt. Pocono, PA) on February 25-27, 2011
- series of retreat conferences for the Daughters of St. Francis de Sales in Washington (DC) on April 8-10, 2011
- presentation on the Beatification of John Paul II in the “Noontime Nuggets” series at DSU on April 28, 2011
- “County shows off new police lab dedicated to fallen officer” (video, reported by Bo Koltnow) on WFMZ-TV Channel 69 News, broadcast on March 24, 2011
- invited guest on EWTN Live! television show (hosted by Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ), originally broadcast on March 24, 2011
- WAEB News Talk Radio (AM 790) - “Lehigh Valley Outlook, with Dan Holzman” - interview about the Beatification of John Paul II on May 2, 2011
Service to the University:
- “On a Spiritual Note” - three (2) commentaries published in On the Boards, the Act One theatre playbill
Service beyond the University:
- “Inspired Common Sense” - new blog initiated, with 13 essays posted to-date
- Dedication of the David M. Petzold Digital Forensics Laboratory for Lehigh County, at DeSales University, on March 23, 2011
Mr. Steven Dennis wrote and directed the stage play Boxing With Gaia, four naturalist adventures - then and now. It was produced by River Union Stage in Frenchtown and Stockton, NJ, and ran July 27 to August 22, 2010. The Philadelphia Examiner said the play “creates a vivid world with amazing, powerful, funny, clever stories.” Five DSU alumni and students participated in the acting ensemble and the production’s creation. Steven was named Best Dramatic Actor by The Daily Record for his one-man performance of “Underneath the Lintel” by Glen Berger, which ran November 5-22, 2009, at Centenary Stage in Hackettstown, NJ. Peter Filichia of The Newark Star Ledger wrote, “Ah, but at the end of Dennis’ one-man marathon, the audience makes it up to this splendid performer. The cheers let him know just how magnificent he was.” Mr. Dennis served as Fight Chorographer for the DeSales Act 1 production of Camelot, directed by Dennis Razze, which ran April 27 to May 8, 2011. Mr. Dennis received a fellowship to participate in Collegium’s Annual Colloquy on Faith and Intellectual Life, held June 17-24, 2011, at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. Collegium sponsors annual summer colloquies for faculty from its member institutions and for advanced graduate students from universities throughout the United States and Canada. Scholars explore some of the most compelling aspects of the Catholic intellectual tradition and develop their own sense of vocation as intellectuals in a contemporary context.
Dr. Andrew M. Essig reports the following professional activities:
- Presented a lecture on “U.S.-Holy See Diplomatic Relations” for the Serra Club of Allentown, PA on March 2, 2011.
- Attended a two-day symposium “The New Security Environment - Implications for American Security in the Asia Pacific Region” at the National Defense University in Washington, DC, April 4-5, 2011.
- Guest lectured on “International Organizations” for the graduate course “Twentieth Century Politics and Diplomacy” at the Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C. on April 11, 2011.
- Presented on the topics of “Faithful Citizenship” and “Democratic Theory” at the Catholic Social Thought, Social Sciences, and Social Policy: IV Conference at the Nassau Community College Center for Catholic Studies, Garden City, New York, April 16, 2011.
- Fulfilled the role of Auditor at the 2011 Summer Institute of Catholic Social Thought at the Catholic University of America, June 6, 2011.
- Presented “DeSales National Security Program” at the 7th Annual Conference of the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE) at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C., June 7-8, 2011.
- Presented “The World Bank” at the Annual Conference “Life and Learning XXI” for the University Faculty for Life at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, IN, June 10-11, 2011.
- Lectured on the topic of “The Death of Osama bin Laden and American Foreign Policy” at Lutheran Manor, Bethlehem, PA, July 6, 2011.
- Attended “Book event for Tiger Trap: America’s Secret Spy War with China” at the Institute of World Politics, Washington, D.C., July 8, 2011
Dr. David Gilfoil presented the paper “Practicing What We Preach: Applying Industry Experience, Tools, and Quality Principles to Drive MBA Program Improvements” at the 2011 ACBSP Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, IN. At the same conference he also presented the following paper which was coauthored with Dr. Chris Cocozza and Ms. Deborah Booros: “Applying ACBSP Quality and Assessment Principles to Facilitate the Integration of Traditional Undergraduate, Non-Traditional Undergraduate, and Graduate (MBA) Programs: A Practical Model.”
Mr. Chuck Gloman had the following articles published from December 2010 to May 2011:
- Government Video Magazine - “Daylight in the Palm of our Hand” - December 2010 (DeSales student in photo). Review of the Torch LED light that fits in the palm of your hand.
- TV Technology - “3D on a Budget” - January 19, 2011 (DeSales students in photos). A story on how DeSales students made a 3D movie without a 3D camera.
- TV Technology - “Petrol PC301 Deca Campack” - February 16, 2011. A review of a camera bag that easily stores equipment for airline travel.
- Government Video - “A New ‘Z’ on the Block” - March 2011. A review of Hitachi’s Z-HD5000 high definition camera. (DeSales student in photo).
- TV Technology - “Canon XA10 Camcorder” - April 6, 2011. A review of Canon’s newest AVC-HD offering in a package under $2000.
- TV Technology - “Libec RS-450/RS-450M Professional Tripod System” - April 11, 2011. A review of Libec’s new heavy duty tripod. (DeSales student in photo).
- Litepanels Brochure - Cover Photography - Summer 2011. Brochure of Litepanels’ equipment with DeSales student posing on the cover.
Dr. Rodney Howsare and Dr. Larry Chapp were invited to write an article on the thought of David Schindler for a book called Being Holy in the World: Theology and Culture in the Thought of David L. Schindler, edited by D. C. Schindler and Nicholas Healy, and to be published in July, 2011 by Eerdmans Publishers. Dr. Howsare’s review of Terrence Nichols' book Death and the Afterlife will appear in the upcoming edition of The Thomist.
Dr. Charles Jobs and Dr. David Gilfoils’ article entitled “Less is More for Online MARCOM in Emerging Markets: Linking Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions and Higher Relative Preferences for Microblogging in Developing Nations” has been accepted for publication in the Academy of Marketing Studies Journal (AMSJ). Their article“A Comparative Analysis of the Adoption Rates of Social Networking and Microblogging between Industrialized and Developing Nations” has been selected for publication in the Journal of International Business Research (JIBR).
Dr. Patrick Kenny presented a concurrent session and poster in Malta for the International Council of Nurses conference entitled “The History of Men in Nursing” on May 2-8, 2011. Dr. Kenny represented the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association on April 28, 2011, at the “Stand Up for Nursing” event at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. He was elected Treasurer of the Eastern Pennsylvania Geriatrics Society. Dr. Kenny represented the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care at a high-level meeting at the United Nations General Assembly on HIV/AIDS on June 8, 9 and 10, 2011, with the UN High Commissioner and the President of the General Assembly.
Dr. Francis Mayville made the following research poster presentations with his students:
- “Investigation of the effect that different drying methods have on the release mechanism of naproxen from ethyl cellulose/microcrystalline cellulose beads.” Co-presented by Francis C. Mayville, Caitrin M. Dougherty (senior chemistry major), and Megan E. Montchyk (senior chemistry major) at the local American Chemical Society meeting at Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA, on April 26, 2011, and at the Natural Science Department academic excellence presentations at DeSales University on May 1, 2011.
- “The extraction and isolation of the active ingredient, resveratrol, from various R. W. Knudsen family fruit juices.” Co-presented by Francis C. Mayville, Lauren Nothstein (senior biochemistry major), and Amber Fryer (senior biology major) at the local American Chemical Society meeting at Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA, on April 26, 2011, and at the Natural Science Department academic excellence presentations at DeSales University on May 1, 2011.
- “Synthesis of several polyamine derivatives in a series of alcohols.” Co-presented by Francis C. Mayville, Weston Umstead (senior chemistry major) and Christopher Plystak (senior chemistry major) at the National ACS Pacifichem meeting in Honolulu, HI, on December 17, 2010, the local American Chemical Society meeting at Moravian College, in Bethlehem, PA, on April 26, 2011, the Natural Science Department academic excellence presentations at DeSales University on May 1, 2011, and the National Green Chemistry meeting in Washington, DC, on June 22, 2011.
Dr. Mayville made the following research oral presentations with his students:
“The synthesis of several spermidine analogs as possible cancer cell growth inhibitors.” Co-presented by Francis C. Mayville, Weston Umstead (senior chemistry major), and Christopher Plystak (senior chemistry major) at a seminar at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia, PA, on March 18, 2011; at the Pennsylvania Academy of Science in Altoona, PA, on April 2, 2011; and at the Natural Science Department academic excellence presentations at DeSales University on May 1, 2011.
Dr. Sue McGorry presented “Healthcare Access and the Marketing of Services to a Uniquely-Abled Population” at the Association for Marketing and Health Care Research Conference in Steamboat Springs, CO, in February, 2011. The paper was published in the AMHCR Proceedings. She presented a paper at the Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators (ACME) in Houston, TX in March, 2011, with Dr. David Gilfoil as co-author, entitled “Stakeholder Metrics and MBA Program Quality.” The paper was published in the ACME Conference Proceedings. Dr. McGorry also served as a Session Chair and presented a workshop on “Marketing Metrics and Data Mining in the Classroom” at the ACME conference. She continues to serve on the Editorial Review Board for the Journal of the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology (for which she reviewed one paper) and for Multimedia Educational Resources for Learning and Online Teaching (for which she reviewed four modules).
Ms. Ann Michael, English adjunct professor and the Academic Resource Center’s Writing Coordinator, reports the following:
College Student Journal featured the article “College Prep Blueprint for Bridging and Scaffolding Incoming Freshmen: Practices That Work” by Ann Michael and co-authors Ann Koefer, John Dickson, and Barbara Ryan Hausman in Vol. 44, Dec. 2010.
Mezzo Cammin’s Women’s Poetry Timeline has published Ms. Michael’s encyclopedia entry and critical assessment of the 16th-Century Korean poet Ho Nansorhon:
Assisi, the online literary journal of St. Francis College, has published two poems by Ann Michael: “The First Green” and “The Creator Cautions the Other Animals” (http://issuu.com/stfrancisny/docs/assisi). Prairie Wolf has published her poems “Ojo de Deo” and “Apology: A Valentine” online at www.prairiewolfpress.com; Plainspoke Vol. 4 No. 2 includes her poem “Mi Hijo.”
On April 23, 2011, Ms. Michael had a book launch reading/signing for her January, 2011, release The Capable Heart in Coopersburg, hosted by the restaurant Kim’s Kitchen.
She is co-editor, with poet Ken Lamberton, of the online journal qarrtsiluni’s late-summer 2011 web-issue on the theme “imprisonment.” The journal should go live in August and will be available in print through Phonecia Publishing in November 2011. http://qarrtsiluni.com
Brick Road Poetry Press chose Ms. Michael’s manuscript Water-Rites from its open-reading period and has slated the collection for publication in late 2012.
Dr. Jennifer Moore and Dr. Katherine Ramsland coauthored an article entitled “Competence Assessment, Diverse Abilities, and a Pro Se Standard” which was accepted for publication in the Journal of Psychiatry and Law. Dr. Moore’s undergraduate textbook, Criminal Law, coauthored by Dr. John Worrall, is complete and officially in production. The book will be published by Pearson/Prentice Hall and will be available on the market in December 2011.
Dr. Stephen Myers's poem entitled "In the Apartheid Museum..," first published in Tar River Poetry, has been nominated for a 2012 Pushcart Prize in Poetry. This year he's had work published in Confrontation, The Fiddlehead (Fredericton, NB, Canada), Notre Dame Review, Seems, and South Carolina Review. In March he conducted a workshop for Moravian College secondary certification students on teaching poetry in high schools. In April, he served as outside reader on a Moravian College Honors Project committee.
Dr. Richard Noll has co-authored an article with Sabine Bahn, the chief of the Bahn Lab in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, UK. Bahn and her colleagues are leading schizophrenia researchers who are exploring proteomic approaches to psychiatric conditions. The reference is: Sabine Bahn, Anthony Barnes, Emmanuel Schwarz, Paul C. Guest, and Richard Noll. “Challenges of introducing new biomarker products for neuropsychiatric disorders into the market.” In International Review of Neurobiology, Volume 97, edited by Adron Harris and Peter Jenner (London: Elsevier, 2012), in preparation. Additionally, an article Dr. Noll had previously published has been translated into Chinese and included in the following volume: Zuowei yizhong wenhus xianxiang de Xinxiang peiyang: Tan biaoxiang zai samanjiao zhong de zuoyang [“Mental imagery cultivation as a cultural phenomenon: The role of visions in shamanism”]. In Yuwai samanxue Wenji [Collection of Overseas Shamanology], edited by Guo Shuyun and Shen Zhanchun (Beijing: Xue Yuan Press, 2010), 95-135. Dr. Noll’s article entitled “Dementia Praecox, 1886: A New Turning Point?” will be published in 2012 by the Cambridge, UK-based journal History of Psychiatry.
Fr. Alexander Pocetto, OSFS, published a book, A Lenten Journey with Jesus Christ and St. Francis de Sales, (Wellesley, MA: Christus Publishing, 2011). He gave two talks on aspects of his book to parishioners of the Immaculate Heart of Mary parish in Wilmington, NC. He attended a conference on “The Use of Philosophy in Teaching Theology” at Ave Maria University in February 2011. His article “Sternness of the Gentle Francis de Sales” was published in All By Love: New Vistas in Theological Spirituality, Festschrift in Honour of Prof. Dr. Antonoy Mookenthottam, MSFS (Bangalore: Tejas Vidya Peetha, 2011). Fr. Pocetto gave a Noonday Nugget in the DUC on the “Pesky Passion of Anger: A Salesian View,” and he gave four talks to the Oblate community in Childs, MD, on “Salesian Civilization of Love and Catholic Social Teaching.” On Saturday, May 21, 2011, Fr. Pocetto gave two talks to the faculty and staff of the Visitation Academy in Frederick, MD, on “The Salesian Approach to Education.”
In February 2011, Praeger published Dr. Katherine Ramsland's groundbreaking book The Mind of a Murderer: Privileged Access to the Demons that Drive Extreme Violence. She has also turned in Snap: Seizing Your Aha! Moments for Prometheus publisher (2012) and The Vampire Trap for CrimeScapes. Since January 2011, Dr. Ramsland has published a dozen articles, among them, “The Predator and the Magician,” for InSinc; a series of articles on predators for an online mystery writers course; “Interrogations and Interviews,” “Psychological Autopsy,” and “Cyber-Predators” for the American College of Forensic Examiners International; "Robert Keppel: Master Detective" and “Kent Kiel: The Psychopathic Mind” for The Forensic Examiner; and her article with Dr. Jennifer Moore about competency and self-representation for Forensic Psychiatry and Law. Among her presentations were the following: Dr. Ramsland taught a day-long workshop on predators and assessment for a probation and parole organization in Springfield, MS, and will teach a workshop in June for police officers in Ohio. She also gave the keynote address at a Philosophy, Politics, and Law conference at Northern Arizona University, speaking on neurophilosophy, neuroscience, and the psychopathic brain. The April 9, 2011, issue of the Wall Street Journal included a comment from Dr. Ramsland in an article entitled "Search for possible serial killer presses on in NY," referring to her as "A professor of forensic psychology at DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa., and author of "The Human Predator: A Historical Chronicle of Serial Murder and Forensic Investigation."
Dr. Joshua Schulz’s article entitled “Indissoluble Marriage: A Defense” will be published in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture.
Mr. Robert Spicer reports the following:
Spicer, R. (2010). The Obama Mass: Barack Obama, Image and Fear of the Crowd. In Squires, K (Ed.), The Obama Effect: Multidisciplinary Renderings of the 2008 Campaign. NY: SUNY Press.
Spicer, R. (2011). Before and After the Daily Show. In Goodnow, T. (Ed.), The Daily Show and Rhetoris: Arguments, Issues and Strategies. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Spicer, R. (2010). Structures of Terror: Affect in the vicarious dominance contest of a TV news interview. Presented at the National Communication Association conference, San Francisco, CA, November 2010.
Spicer, R. (2011). Balancing the Four Factors on Campus: Fair Use and the Electronic Distribution of Copyrighted Materials in the GSU Lawsuit. Presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication southeast regional colloquium, Columbia, SC, March 2010.
Spicer, R. (2011). Hands and Faces: The iPhone 4, FaceTime and the Affective Labor of Looking. Presented at the Digital/Media, Race, Affect and Labor Conference at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH, April 2011.
Spicer, R. (2011). On the film Primer. At the Humanities Film Series at Millersville University, February 2011.
He defended preliminary dissertation proposal in April 2011.
Two of Mr. Spicer’s students presented the following papers at the undergraduate Social Research/Social Justice conference at Muhlenberg College in April 2011:
Lenker, C. (2011). “Motherhood and the Media: How Fictional TV Mothers Have Promoted and Challenged Societal Ideas about Motherhood.”
Williams, K. (2011). “Free Speech On and Off School Grounds: Creating a Court Test for Student Speech on Facebook.”
Brother Daniel Wisniewski, OSFS, reports the following professional activities:
- Articles entitled “Mathematical Friendships/Romances” and “Curriculum, College” for the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Mathematics and Society (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2011).
- Attended the annual A. Everett Pitcher Lecture in Mathematics at Lehigh University on Monday, March 14, 2011 given by Manjul Bhargava (Princeton University) on “Quadratic and Higher Degree Forms in Arithmetic.” Seven undergraduate DSU mathematics majors also attended this lecture series in number theory.
- Attended the 5th Annual Graduate Research Symposium at Bryn Mawr College on Thursday, March 17, 2011.
- Presentation entitled “The Road to Happiness: Forming Friendships Forever” on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 as part of the Salesian Insights seminar series held at DSU and sponsored by The Salesian Center for Faith and Culture.
- Attended the Master’s defense presentation by Rebecca Rebhuhn-Glanz entitled “Galois Groups of Certain Polynomials of Prime Degree” at Bryn Mawr College on Wednesday, May 4, 2011. Ms. Rebhuhn-Glanz’s graduate research in mathematics was an on-going topic of discussion at the weekly Research Seminar in Number Theory in which I participated on Friday afternoons during the Fall 2010 semester.
Dr. Karen Walton’s articles entitled “Anesthesia” and “Stethoscopes” will be published in the Encyclopedia of Mathematics and Society (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2011). As a community service she spoke about “Breaking the Glass Ceiling: The Courage of Women University Presidents” during Women’s History Month at the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society in Easton, PA, on March 4, 2011. She was the host for 34 “Scholastic Scrimmage” shows, an academic competition among 33 high schools, which is broadcast three times weekly on Lehigh Valley PBS from October through June. Dr. Walton also writes all the mathematics questions for “Scholastic Scrimmage.”
Dr. Galina Yermolenko’s professional activities include the following two conference presentations:
“Early Modern Russian Pilgrims in the Holy Land,” delivered at The Fifty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the Renaissance of Society of America (RSA) in Montreal, Canada, on March 26, 2011;
“The Ottoman Captivity and Religious Conversion in the Ukrainian Cultural Imagination,” delivered at the “Mediterranean Identities” Conference at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minneapolis, on April 7, 2011 - at the invitation of the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Minnesota.
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Attention DeSales University Faculty: Please inform me of your professional activities by means of a memo or email designated Faculty Professional Activities. Include letters of acceptance from publishers, letters of acceptance of papers for professional meetings, or other relevant information, and a copy of an article after it appears in print. I will place the information in your file in the Academic Affairs Office.
Please do not hesitate to inform me of any of your past activities which have not been reported in this publication or errors I have made in these announcements. The entire University community enjoys reading about the impressive professional activities of our faculty.