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Activities & Achievements
Alan Brush, Physiology and Neurobiology, emeritus,"Evolving a Protofeather and Feather Diversity," American Zoologist, 40 (2000), pp. 631-40.
Anita Garey, Family Studies and Sociology, and Terry Arendell, "Children, Work, and Family: Some Thoughts on 'Mother-Blame,'" in Rosanna Hertz and Nancy Marshall, eds., Working Families: the Transformation of the American Home (2001), pp. 293-303.
Jennifer Sterling-Folker, Political Science, "Evolutionary Tendencies in Realist and Liberal International Relations Theory," in William R. Thompson, ed., Evolutionary Interpretations of World Politics, (2001), pp. 62-109.
David Yalof, Political Science, and Stefanie Lindquist, "Congressional Responses to Federal Court Decisions,"Judicature, 85.2 (September 2001), pp. 61-8.
Peter Kingstone, Political Science, presented "Executive Strategies and the Privatization of Telecommunications in Latin America," and was a discussant on a panel about "Business and the State in Latin America," at the Latin American Studies Association conference in Washington, D.C., Sept. 5-7.
Yan Ling, Management, graduate student, co-authored and presented three papers: "Family Firms, Agency and Governance," "National Culture, Interpersonal Relations and Team Performance," and "The Impact of National Culture On Work-Family Conflict," at the Academy of Management annual meetings in Washington, D.C., in August. Also at the meetings Timothy Golden, Management, graduate student, co-authored and presented "HR topics and policies: Moonlighting, Sexual Harrassment, Telecommuting, Compensation, and Outsourcing;" Deborah Kidder, Management, presented a paper on "Conflict and Diversity in Organizations: Current Research Directions," and co-authored and presented "Affirmative Action: Some New Perspectives," and "Affirmative Action vs. Managing Diversity: Is there a Difference?" and Ho-uk Lee, Management, co-authored and presented "Decision-making Styles."
A play by Dana Sue McDermott, Dramatic Arts, "Out of the Ruins, Part I," was presented as part of Ensemble Studio Theater's Octoberfest 2001, Oct. 6-7 in New York City. The Ensemble Studio Theater has been a leader in the development of new plays for more than 25 years; its annual Octoberfest presents a wide variety of new works.