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Activities and Achievements
February 8, 1999
Articles & Chapters
Jennifer Sterling-Folker, Political Science, has published "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Assertive Multilateralism and Post-Cold War U.S. Foreign Policy Making," in After the End: Making U.S. Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War World, James M. Scott, ed. (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1998), pp. 277-304.
X. Jerry Yang, Animal Science, "In Vitro and In Vivo Survival of Frozen-Thawed Bovine Oocytes After IVF, Nuclear Transfer and Parthenogenetic Activation," Molecular Reproduction and Development, 51 (1998), 281-6; "Parthenogenetic Development and Protein Patterns of Newly Matured Bovine Oocytes After Chemical Activation," Molecular Reproduction and Development, 49 (1998), 298-307; "Control of Oocyte Maturation in Cows -- Biological Factors," Theriogenology, 49 (1998), 471-82.
Donald Cosby, Modern & Classical Languages, emeritus, presented two lectures on "Modern Mythology in the 'Star Wars' Trilogy" at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., on January 21.
Dale Dreyfuss, Chancellors Office, Business & Administration, gave a presentation at the 1998 mid-year conference of the Construction Owners Association of America in Las Vegas.
Larry Goodheart, History, Hartford Campus, spoke on "Spielbergs Amistad and the Abolitionists" at the Travelers Education Center in Hartford on December 15.
Clyde Jones, Family Studies, emeritus, gave a presentation "Standards for Art Activities in Early Childhood Programs," at the annual conference of the National Association for the Education of Young Children in Toronto, Ontario, on November 20.
Thomas Kehle, Victoria Spackman, former graduate student, John Hintze, and Melissa Bray, Educational Psychology, "An Intervention Program to Increase Reading Fluency," Special Services in the Schools, 14.1/2 (1998).
Debra Kendall, Molecular & Cell Biology, was an invited speaker at NeXstar Pharmaceuticals Inc. in Boulder, Colo. on November 16. The title of my talk was: "The Cannabinoid Receptor: A Model for G Protein-Coupled Receptor Activity."
Henry Krisch, Political Science, gave a presentation "Integrating Eastern Germany into a German Political System," at the German Studies Association meeting in Salt Lake City, Ut., in October. He also presented "Collapse of Ruling Party Legitimacy in the GDR, 1981-89," at the triennial conference of the Eastern German Studies Association in Montreal, Canada, in November.
Linda Pescatello, Allied Health, presented a seminar on "Bone Metabolic Disease" at the University of Hartford on January 26.
Sharon Rallis, Educational Leadership, presented a paper, "Perspectives on Knowledge and the Role of Dialogue in Inquiry," at the annual conference of the American Evaluation Association in Chicago, in November.
Howard Reiter, Political Science, presented a paper, "The Building of a Bifactional Structure: The Democrats in the 1940s," to the annual meeting of the Social Science History Association in Chicago.
Ronald Schack, Political Science, doctoral student, presented "How to Make Sure Performance Measures Get Used," at a performance management conference at the Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University.
Bruce Stave, History and Center for Oral History, chaired and commented at a session on "Collective and Selective Memory," at the annual meeting of the Oral History Association in Buffalo, N.Y., in October; chaired a session on "Changing the Rules, Changing Politics," at the annual meeting of the Social Science History Association in Chicago, in November; and spoke on "Oral History and Memory" to the Oral History Program of the Peking University American Studies Center, Peking University (Beida), Beijing, Peoples Republic of China, in December.
Steve Wisensale, Family Studies, gave a talk on "Generational Equity" to legislators on January 27 at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford. Wisensale also has prepared a 25-page "Legislator's Guide to the Generational Equity Debate."