ProFacts welcomes post-announcements from faculty and staff on matters relating to professional achievements. Items may be submitted for the following categories: Appointments/Elections, Awards, Books, Certification, Commissions, Degrees, Exhibitions, Papers, Performances, Presentations and Publications. Announcements will appear on a space-available basis in the order they are received. Submissions may be mailed (Courier Editor, 100 New Administration Bldg.), faxed (683-5501) or e-mailed: email@example.com. For a copy of a ProFacts form, call 683-3093.
JOHN B. FORD, professor of marketing and international business, appointed as Ethics Track chair for the Academy of Marketing Science Annual Educators' Conference in San Diego in May 2001. Also, appointed to the editorial review board of a new business journal, Business Functions and Applications, to be released in March 2001.
DEBRA A. MAJOR, associate professor of psychology, appointed as editor of The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist for a three-year term beginning in 2001.
MICHELE L. ZIMMERMAN, associate professor of psychiatric nursing, appointed to the Advanced Practice Task Force of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association. The task force focuses on issues related to scope and standards of clinical practice for advanced-practice psychiatric nurses, including credentialing and reimbursement.
LUISA A. IGLORIA, visiting associate professor of English, a 2001 Fiction Fellowship (Independent Artist Grant) from the Virginia Commission for the Arts.
MICHAEL P. PEARSON, professor of English, has had his book "Imagined Places" released in paperback by Syracuse University Press.
CLAIR T. BERUBE, instructor of educational curriculum and instruction, "Light Rail in America: A Case Study of Norfolk-Virginia Beach, Va." at the Institute of North American Studies, University of Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France.
MAURICE R. BERUBE, eminent scholar of educational leadership and counseling, "Mid-Size Urban America: A Case Study of Norfolk and Virginia Beach, Va." at the Institute of North American Studies, University of Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France.
MARK BUTLER, professor of biological sciences, "Sperm Depletion and Fertilization Success of Caribbean Spiny Lobster in Marine Reserves and Fished Areas" and "Variable Postlarval Supply and Salinity Change in the Nursery: Can Caribbean Spiny Lobster Cope" at the 6th International Conference and Workshop on Lobster Biology and Management in Key West, Fla. Both will be published in the conference proceedings, Marine and Freshwater Research. Butler organized and chaired the conference, which was held in the U.S. for the first time.
MICHELE DARBY, eminent scholar of dental hygiene, "Can We Successfully Maintain Risk Patients?" at the EuroPerio 3 Symposium in Geneva, Switzerland.
ALEXIS FINK, doctoral student in industrial/organizational psychology, and DEBRA A. MAJOR, associate professor of psychology, "Measuring Situation Awareness: A Comparison of Three Techniques" at the Human Performance, Situation Awareness and Automation Conference in Savannah, Ga.
JOHN B. FORD, professor of marketing and international business, "How Mission Influences the Attitudes and Behaviors of Marketing Faculty" and "Chinese Managers' Attitudes Toward Sales Careers" at the Academy of Marketing Science National Conference in Montreal, Canada.
DENNIS E. GREGORY, assistant professor of educational leadership and counseling, "Electronic Technology and the Student Handbook as Contract" at the 10th Annual Conference on Law and Higher Education, sponsored by the University of Vermont. He also moderated a conference workshop, "FERPA: Substance Abuse, Violence, Emergencies and Releasing Records." In addition, he produced and served as the content specialist for a live satellite teleconference for the University of Vermont, titled "Preparing for Crisis on Campus." It was televised Oct. 16.
CAROLE KIEHL, head of bibliographic services, Old Dominion University Libraries, "Christine de Pizan and Fortune: An Evolution of Attitudes" at the fourth International Colloque on Christine de Pizan at the University of Glasgow.
HOLLY LIU, lecturer of foreign languages and literatures, "'In der DDR konnte man doch nur das Falsche tun!?:' 'Sicherungsbereich Literatur' und der Fall Monika Maron" at the conference, "East Germany Revisited: Research Perspectives 10 Years After," in Berlin, Germany.
JEFFREY H. RICHARDS, chair of English, "The Literary Archaeology of Dorchester, South Carolina, 1700 - 1800" at the Society for the Study of Southern Literature national conference in Orlando, Fla.
PETER SCHULMAN, assistant professor of foreign languages and literatures, " 'Mon cher ami ...' Hetzel's Fatherly Rejection of *Paris au XXeme Siecle*" at the 19th-century French Studies Colloquium at the University of Illinois-Champaign-Urbana. He also chaired and organized a panel, "J-p- Hetzel and the Marketing of Jules Verne."
BARBARA F. WEISSBERGER, associate professor of Spanish, "The Gendered Taxonomy of Spanish Romance" at the V Congreso de Mujeres Escritoras in Mexico City, Mexico.
R. L. WILLIAMS, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, two papers at the XX International Conference on Polyphenols and the Phytochemical Society of Europe in Friesing-Weihenstephan, Germany: "The Inhibition of Calcium Influx in Thrombin Stimulated Human Platelets by Polyphenolic Phytoestrogens" (with YULYIA DOBRYDNEVA, a doctoral student in biomedical sciences, and Dr. Peter Blackmore of the physiology department at Eastern Virginia Medical School) and "Polyphenolic Phytoestrogens in Wine: Apoptotic Inducers in Human Cancer Cells" (with GARY MORRIS, a graduate of the master's program; MARK ELLIOTT, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry; and Steven Beebe, associate professor at the EVMS Center for Pediatrics Research).
ABDEL M. AGAMI, professor of accounting, "A Pricing Model for Competitive Business Acquisitions" at the 11th Annual Conference on Globalization & the Changing Nature of Competition in Atlanta. He also served as a discussant and moderator of two sessions.
CHERIE CARL, Virginia Beach Center librarian, "If This Is a Library, Where are the Books? An Overview of Library Services at Old Dominion University's Virginia Beach Higher Education Center" at the Virginia Library Association's annual conference in Norfolk.
MICHELE DARBY, eminent scholar of dental hygiene, "The Dental Hygienist and Research" at the EuroPerio 3 Symposium in Geneva, Switzerland.
JOHN R. HOLSINGER, eminent scholar of biological sciences, "A Brief Look Back on Activities of the Virginia Cave Survey During the Period 1959 - 1975" at the annual meeting of the Virginia Speleological Survey in Williamsville, Va.
JANET JUSTIS, government information reference librarian, Old Dominion University Libraries, "Census 2000: An Update" at the Virginia Library Association's annual conference in Norfolk.
SUSAN KENT, eminent professor of anthropology, "Is There an Archaeology of Domestic Space?" to the Harvard University Department of Anthropology.
CAROLE KIEHL, head of bibliographic services, Old Dominion University Libraries, "Create Lists and Statistical Reports: Step-by-Step" at the Innovative Users' Group New Users Pre-Conference and the main Innovative Users' Group Conference in Philadelphia.
FREDERICK LUBICH, chair of foreign languages and literatures, "Die Dialektik der sexuellen Aufklärung: Illustrierte Sittengeschichte der deutschen Moderne" at the German Studies Association annual conference in Houston.
NANCY TAYLOR MINGUEZ, lecturer of Spanish, "¿Qué pasa with That?" at the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Current Research on Language and Teaching conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
G. W. THOMPSON III, associate director of advising services, "Punt, Pass and Kick Your Way to Academic Success" at the 4th Annual Youth Football Day at Lakewood Park in Norfolk, as part of the national Punt, Pass and Kick program.
DICK WHALEN, director of military activities, "ROTC - A University Perspective" to students in the U.S. Army's "Pre-Command Course" at Fort Monroe, Va.
MICHELE DARBY, eminent scholar of dental hygiene, "Application of the Human Needs Conceptual Model to Dental Hygiene Practice" in vol. 74, no. 3 of Journal of Dental Hygiene. Co-author is M. M. Walsh, a professor at the University of San Francisco.
GARY R. EDGERTON, chair of communication and theatre arts, "Reframing the Past from Inside the TV Environment" in vol. 30, no. 2 of Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies. He served as guest editor for Part 2 of this special-focus issue of the journal, "Television as Historian."
JOHN B. FORD, professor of marketing and international business, "Cognitive Moral Development and Japanese Procurement Executives: Implications for Business-to-Business Marketers" in vol. 29, no. 6 of Industrial Marketing Management (with Michael LaTour and Tony Henthorne). Also, "Integrating Country-of-Origin into Marketing Strategy: A Review of U.S. Marketing Statutes" in vol. 17, no. 2 of International Marketing Review (with Irvine Clarke III and Margaret Owens). Also, "Women's Studies and Advertising Role Portrayal Sensitivity: Can Consciousness Raising Reach a Potentially Critical Level?" in vol. 21, no. 2 of Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising (with LaTour and Courtney Middleton). Ford also edited a special issue of International Marketing Management (vol. 17, no. 3), which focused on "Legal Issues Affecting International Marketing Strategy Development."
EARL D. HONEYCUTT JR., professor of marketing, and JOHN B. FORD, professor of marketing and international business, "How Mission Influences the Attitudes and Behaviors of Marketing Faculty" in vol. 23 of Developments in Marketing Science: The Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Science National Conference. Also in this issue, with Irvine Clarke III, "Chinese Managers' Attitudes Toward Sales Careers."
GILBERT R. HOY, eminent scholar of physics, and four co-authors, "Quantum-Mechanical Theory of Enhanced Resolution in Mössbauer Spectroscopy Using a Resonant Detector" in vol. 62, no. 10 of Physical Review.
CAROLE KIEHL, head of bibliographic services, Old Dominion University Libraries, and Ed Summers, "Comprehensive Access to Periodicals: A Database Solution" in vol. 24, no. 1 of Library Collections, Acquisitions and Technical Services.
JEFFREY H. RICHARDS, chair of English, a review of Charles S. Watson's "The History of Southern Drama"(University Press of Kentucky, 1997) in vol. 32, no. 1 of Southern Literary Journal. Also, "Race and the Yankee: Woodworth's 'The Forest Rose'" in vol. 34, no. 1 of Comparative Drama.
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