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Activities & Achievements
Dave Bretthauer, University Libraries, "Open Source Software in Libraries," Library Hi Tech News, 18.5 (June 2001), pp. 8-9.
Donald Leu, Educational Psychology and Curriculum & Instruction, "New Literacies for New Times: The Convergence of the Internet and Literacy Instruction," Fine Print, 24.2 (2001), pp. 7-14.
Zsolt Nyiri, Political Science, doctoral student, "Media Regulation in the United States," Media Researcher, 5/1 (2000), pp. 41-9.
Lyle Scruggs, Political Science, and Peter Lange, "Unemployment and Union Density," in Nancy Bromeo, ed., Unemployment in the New Europe (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001), pp. 145-70.
Thomas Shea, English, "Great-Bladdered Prowess: The Two Endings of Patrick McGinley's Goosefoot," in Notes on Modern Irish Literature, 13.1 (2001), pp. 55-61.
Alain Frogley, Music, Vaughan Williams's Ninth Symphony, in the series Studies in Musical Genesis and Structure (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001).
David Baldridge, Management, graduate student, presented two papers he co-authored, "National Culture, Interpersonal Relations, and Team Performance," and "Expatiations on Careers" at the Academy of Management annual meetings in Washington, D.C., in August. Also at the meetings, Kimberly Eddleston, Management, graduate student, presented three papers she co-authored, "Team Effectiveness and Learning," "Expatiations on Careers," and "Customer Service;" and Juan Florin, Management, graduate student, presented a paper he co-authored, "Social Capital, Social Networks, and Entrepreneurship."
Dave Bretthauer, University Libraries, "The State of Open Source Software in Libraries" at the North Suburban Library System Conference on Open Source Software in Libraries, in Wheeling, Ill., Sept. 21.
Scott Brown, Educational Psychology, and Paula Johnson, Educational Psychology, master's student, presented a poster titled Great Expectations: Changes in Pre-Service Teachers' Descriptions of Great Teachers, at the 2001 American Psychological Society Conference, in Toronto in June. Brown also organized and chaired a symposium on Research Evidence to Combat Misconceptions About Human Memory at the American Psychological Association Conference, in San Francisco, Calif., in August.
Russell Farnen, Political Science and Hartford Campus, chaired a section, served as a panel discussant, and delivered a paper "Political Socialization and Education in 21st Century USA and Canada: State of the Art in North America," at a roundtable conference on "Political Socialization, Participation, and Political Education" sponsored by the Research Committee on Political Socialization and Political Education of International Political Science Association and the Research Committee on Participation, Self-Management, and Organizational Democracy of the International Sociological Association at Wuppertal University, Germany, June 20-24.
Steven Floyd, Management, served as facilitator for a panel on "Research Incorporating Resource-Based Views of the Firm," and presented two papers he co-authored, "National Culture, Interpersonal Relations, and Team Performance," and "Alliances and Networks" at the Academy of Management annual meetings in Washington, D.C., in August. Also at the meetings, Lucy Gilson, Management, was a presenter for the "HR Division Doctoral Student Consortium," was a discussant for "Teamwork on the Ground and in the Air," and presented two papers she co-authored, "Diversity in the Workplace: Boon or Bane?" and "The Role of Trust in Interorganizational Relationships."
Del Siegle, Education, presented "Promoting an Achievement-Oriented Attitude" at the Biennial Conference of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children in Barcelona, Spain, on Aug. 1.
Michie Hesselbrock, Social Work, has accepted an invitation to serve as a member of the Social Sciences, Nursing, Epidemiology and Methods (2) Study Section, Center for Scientific Review, at the National Institutes of Health for a three-year term ending June 30, 2004.