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UConn Advance

May 9, 1997

Bahram Javidi's work to develop optic-based security systems continues to make headlines. Most recently the professor of electrical and systems engineering was featured in The Hartford Courant. ... An op-ed column written by Amii Omara-Otunnu, associate professor of history, about Zaire's political strife appeared in The Hartford Courant and was distributed on the Los Angeles Times-Washington Post news service. ... Nancy Rodriguez, assistant professor of nutrional sciences, answered a question about burning calories in Good Housekeeping magazine. ... Suzanne Staubach, manager of the UConn Co-op, talked about super bookstores in The Hartford Courant. ... Donald Tepas, professor of psychology, disputed the notion of day and night people in the Greenwich Time. ... Alan Ward, professor of history, told the New Haven Register about the tradition behind colored Easter eggs. ... James Watt, professor of communication sciences, spoke to the New Haven Register about how technology can hurt when it comes to fixing errors on bills or loans. ... David Pesci, a University Relations associate and author of the book Amistad, was featured in a Q&A in the Connecticut section of The New York Times. ... J.D. O'Hara, professor of English, spoke to the Dallas Morning News about J.D. Salinger's new novella. ... William McEachern, professor of economics, was quoted about interest rates in the Record-Journal of Meriden. ... William Newman, professor of sociology, spoke to the New Haven Register about cults.

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