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Activities & Achievements
Leo Lefrancois has been named chief of the newly formed Division of Immunology in the Department of Medicine at the Health Center. Administrative coordinator for the division is Sue Roman.
Articles & Chapters
Christine Earley, Accounting, "Knowledge Acquisition in Auditing: Training Novice Auditors to Recognize Cue Relationships in Real Estate Valuation," in The Accounting Review (January 2001), pp. 81-97.
Bruce Larson, Agricultural & Resource Economics, "Specific Environmental Regulations and Export Competitiveness," Land Economics 76 (2000), pp. 534-49; and in T. Panayotou, ed., Environment for Growth in Central America: Environmental Management for Sustainability and Competitiveness (Cambridge, Mass.: John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2000), "Accounting for Sustainable Agricultural Growth in Central America," pp. 101-26; with J.M. Perez, "Sustainability and On-Farm Externalities in Central America: A Critical Review and Synthesis of the Literature," pp. 127-66; with S. Rosen, "The U.S. Organic Market: Size, Trends, and Implications for Central American Agricultural Exports," pp.167-207; and, with Jeremy Foltz and Rigoberto Lopez, both of Agricultural & Resource Economics, "Land Tenure, Investment, and Agricultural Production in Nicaragua," pp. 208-27.
Carol Lewis, Political Science, "Ethics Websites to Explore," Ethics Today, newsletter of the American Society of Public Administration section on ethics.
Sally Scott, Educational Psychology, & E. Manglitz, "Foreign Language Learning: A Process for Broadening Access," Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 14.1 (2000), pp. 23-37.
Don Tepas, Psychology, emeritus, "Should a General Recommendation to Nap be Made to Workers?" in S. Hornberger, P. Kauth, G. Costa and S. Folkard, eds., Shiftwork in the 21st Century: Challenges for Research and Practice (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2000). In the same book, Tepas co-authored, with graduate students J. Pratt and H. Howarth, "Inter-Individual vs. Intra-Individual Differences: An Important Distinction for Shift-Work Research?" He also co-authored with J.M. Price "What is Stress and What is Fatigue?" in P.A. Hancock and P.A. Desmond, eds., Stress, Workload and Fatigue, (Mahaway, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001).
Awards & Honors
Srinivasan Ratneshwar, Marketing, David Mick, and Cynthia Huffman, eds., The Why of Consumption: Contemporary Perspectives on Consumer Motives, Goals, and Desires (Routledge, December 2000), 330 pp.
Henrietta Bernal, Nursing, gave a keynote presentation on "Diabetic Care for the Hispanic Population: Implications for Practice," at the research conference of the Veterans Administration Hospital and University of San Juan Puerto Rico School of Nursing, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Joan McGuire, Educational Psychology, Joseph Madaus, & J.H. Currie, presented "Secondary/Postsecondary Transition Issues: Shall the Twain Ever Meet?" at the International Conference of the Council on Learning Disabilities, in Austin, Texas, in October. McGuire also presented "Universal Design for Instruction: A New Approach to Academic Access." at the 25th anniversary celebration of PAL, during the Curry College Conference, in Norwood, Mass. in October.
Marc O'Reilly, Political Science, doctoral student, presented "Great-Power Travails: The United States and the Persian Gulf, 1973-89," at the International Studies Association convention in Chicago in February.
Linda Pescatello, Allied Health, presented "Heart Health," to the Wethersfield AARP Chapter #1222 on Feb. 12.
Sally Scott and Stan Shaw, Educational Psychology, presented "Ensuring Access to Higher Education through Effective Instruction," at the Council for Learning Disabilities International Conference, Austin, Texas, in October. Shaw also presented invited colloquia on "Postsecondary Education for Students with Disabilities" and "Eligibility for Services" at the University of South Florida, in Tampa, in January; with Loring Brinckerhoff, Manju Banerjee, and Jane Byron, Scott presented "The Changing Landscape: Higher Education and Services for Students with LD" at the national conference of the International Dyslexia Association in Washington, D.C., in November.