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  4. 4. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO THE GRADUATES 1 congratulate each and every one of you on the successful completion of your studies, and on behalf of the University of Maryland at College Park, I thank you for being a part of our community during this crucial phase of your intellectual and professional development. In these times of increased competitiveness and limited resources, we recognize the extraordinary- effort and discipline it takes to support an academic lite. On the university's part, we have endeavored to meet our uncommon commitment to undergraduate education by providing you with as many opportunities as possible for developing both the broad intellectual interests and the special skills you will need in professional life. We are, therefore, confident that your college education will prove to be well worth the time and the resources you have invested and that you will take from this place the valuable knowledge that led to your success as a student. College Park has experienced a great many changes and challenges during your years here. Because we never lost sight of our paramount responsibility' to you, our students, we have been fortunate to have your cooperation in all our efforts to keep this university true to its mission of excellence. Today, I want to thank you for that loyalty and support. As you leave the university community to seek wider vistas and fresh challenges, we hope you will not wander too far—at least not in spirit—from your alma mater. We intend to make you as proud of us as we are of you. We hope that you will become an active member ot our Alumni Association and a frequent visitor to your campus. Godspeed and best wishes to each and every one of you. 6^^ ICOlmoa^ William E. Kirwan President
  5. 5. Tawes Theatre 9:30 a.m. Presiding Dr. William E. Kirwan President College Park Campus Master of Ceremonies Ms. Kate Ufema Communication Arts and Theatre Processional Led by Campus Marshal Dr. Don C. Piper Musical Selection "Habanera" from Carmen by Georges Bizet Marie Elena Michalopoulos- Warren Jeanell Brown, Accompanist Invocation The Reverend Gerald Buckner Baptist Campus Ministry The National Anthem Led by Dr. Paul Traver Department of Music Greetings Dr. George L. Marx Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs The University of Maryland System Mr. Earl Palmer Brown Member Board of Regents Address Professor Ralph Bennett School ot Architecture Remarks to the Graduates Anna Kathryn Gilcher Graduating Senior Dr. Kirwan Conferring of Doctoral, Master's and Bachelor's Degrees Dr. Kirwan Benediction The Re'erend Gerald Buckner Alma Mater HAIL! ALMA MATER Hail to thee, Maryland! Steadfast in loyalty; For thee, we stand. Love for the Black and Gold Deep in our hearts v'e hold, Singing thy praise forever, Throughout the land. Recessional Led by Dr. Piper ORDER OF CONVOCATION DECEMBER 20, 1991
  6. 6. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Arthjiecturf BIdg — Aui Following the Commencement Convocation, individual commencement exercises for colleges and schools will be held at several campus locations. Ceremonies are scheduled to begin at 1 1 :30 a.m., 1 :00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.* Guests are urged to he seated approximately one half hour prior to the designated time for the ceremonies if they wish to observe the student and faculty procession. Graduates, their families, and friends are cordially invited and encouraged to join with university officials and members of the faculty at the reception to be held in the Grand Ballroom of the Stamp Student Union. Shuttle bus service is available to provide free transportation across the campus throughout the day. Cole Student Activities Building 1 1 :30 a.m. Business and Management Commencement 2:00 p.m. Behavioral and Social Sciences Commencement Architecture Building, Room 1111 11 :30 a.m. Architecture Commencement Zoology-Psychology Building, Room 1 240 11 :30 a.m. Lihrar>' and Information Services Commencement Memorial Chapel 1 1 :30 a.m. Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences Commencement 2:00 p.m. Agriculture and Life Sciences Commencement Health and Human Performance Building, Room 2101 11 : ?0 .1.111. Health and Human Pertormance Commencement Reckord Armory 1 1 :30 a.m. Education Commencement 2:00 p.m. Engineering Commencement Stamp Student Union - Colony Ballroom 1 1 :50 a.m. General and Individual Studies Commencement Stamp Student Union - Hoff Theatre 1 1 :30 a.m. Journalism Commencement Tawes Theatre 9:30 a.m. Campus-wide Commencement Convocation 1:00 p.m. Arts and Humanities Commencement *DecemtH;r W. 99. Memorial Chapel, 7:30 p.m., Human Eci)log' Qimmencement
  7. 7. The Campus College Park, the flagship institution ot die university's 1 1 -campus system, is the most comprehensive institution of higher educa- tion, research, and service in the State of Maryland. More National Merit and National Achievement Sciiolars attend College Park than any other public Liniversity in the state. In fall 1^)^)1, undergraduates numbered 25,561 and graduate students 9,262 for a total enrollment of H,623. This year's College Park operating budget is approximately $569.5 mil- lion, including financial aid for some 19,099 students. Students can choose from more than 1 1 7 undergraduate and 84 graduate programs leading to degrees. In 1990-91, the campus awarded 5,309 bachelor's degrees, 1,370 master's degrees, and 480 doctorates. History The Unix'ersity of Maryland was founded in 1807 in Baltimore as a faculry-owned College of Medicine. Five years later, the growing institution was renamed the University ot Maryland. The Baltimore College ot Dental Surgery, the first dental school in America, became a part ot the university in 1840. Later, the university opened schools ot phamiacy, law and nursing. In 1859, the Maryland Agricultural College, which would evolve into the College Park campus, was opened in Prince George's Gninty imder a charter secured in 1856 by a group of Maryland planters. This institution became one of the nation's original land-grant schools in 1865. After a disas- trous fire on the campus in 1912, the state acquired control of the college and rebuilt it. In 1920, the state legislature joined College Park with the professional schools in Baltimore to form an expanded Uni- versity of Mar>'land. These schools were later grouped with the Baltimore County and Eastern Shore campuses and Uni- versity College. July 1, 1988 marked the dawn of a new era in higher education in the State of Maryland when a reorganization of the state's public universities and colleges mandated by the Maryland legislature went into effect. As a result, the five campuses com- prising tlie former University of Maryland were merged with six institutions governed by the Maryland Board ot Trustees THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND AT COLLEGE PARK Charles B. Calvert was one of the founders of the Maryland Agricultural College which later became the University of Maryland. Deciding that commercially sold bricks were too expensive, he set up a kiln to produce his own, and on August 24, 1858, he laid the cornerstone for the first building on the campus.
  8. 8. of State Universities and Colleges to form the new Univers- ity of Maryland System. The law that created the new system designated College Park as the state's flagship institution. Libraries The libraries at College Park constitute the largest university research library system in the Washington metropolitan area. The seven libraries support over 115 undergraduate and 80 graduate programs, serve over 34,000 students and 2,500 faculty, and provide vital resources to researchers, visit- ing scholars, businesses, and others throughout the region. The libraries holdings include over 2.1 million olumes, 22,680 subscriptions to periodicals, and more than 4.3 mill- ion items available in microfilm format. The College Park Libraries also offer several nationally and internationally recogni:ed special collections such as the International Piano Archives at Mar>-land, the Gordon W. Prange Collec- tion of Japanese- language publications, and the Katherine Anne Porter literary' archive. Research Facilities College Park is the home of a variety of exceptional research facilities including a computer vision laboratory; a full-scale low- velocity wind tunnel; a 500 liter computer-controlled fermentation system for research in bioprocess scale-up pro- grams; the Center for Automation Research; and a quiescent plasma device (Q machine) for plasma research. Such major facilities as the Engineering Research Center, the Systems Research Center, and the new Institutional Reform and the Informal Sector (IRIS) Center conduct research that is especially significant to the state and nation. The Engineering Research Center is a major vehicle for extending the technical and research expertise of the Uni- versity of Maryland to businesses and industries through Maryland. The center is both a catalyst for problem-solving and a clearinghouse for technical information resources. The Systems Research Center conducts research in systems engineering, artificial intelligence and computer-aided engi- neering. Supported by a $21 million National Science Foundation grant, the center operates in conjunction with a program at Harvard University and complements a nation- ally recognized campus program of basic and applied research in computer science. In November 1990, the Institutional Reform and the Informal Sector (IRIS) Center, funded by a five-year, $8.9 million grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development, was established in the Department of Economics at College Park. The center's aim is to support institutional reforms that will foster competitive markets and democratic processes in Eastern Europe and developing countries. And additional $16.1 million is expected to come from overseas USAID missions to support this project. College Park will be the home of one of the nation's most important research facilities—the 1.7 million square-foot, $205 million Second National Archives Building. The build- ing will house more than half the collection of the National Archives Records Admmistration, including some ot the nation's most valuable historical documents, such as the entire State Department record, 1 1 million charts, maps and photos, and dcxuments from 'World War II and the Vietnam War. The building is scheduled for completion by fall 1993. The proximity of the campus to national research institutions such as the National Institutes of Health, the Smithsonian Institution, the USDA BeltsviUe National Agricultural Research Center and National Agricultural Library-, and the Library of Congress ensures that prime research facilities are always available to the uniersit^'s faculty and students. University of Maryland at College Park Alumni Association Created July 1, 1989, the University of Mar^-land at College Park Alumni Association is designed to strengthen ties between the university and its graduates and to foster support for the University of Maryland at College Park. All graduating seniors and successful master's and Ph.D. candidates receive a one-year free membership in the association. The Graduates Students graduating today from the University- of Maryland at College Park follow in the footsteps of many notable alumni who have distinguished themseK-es in such fields as science, entertain- ment, arts, journalism, business, law, medicine, and government. As a graduate student in mathematics at College Park, Herbert A. Hauptman (Ph.D. '54) worked simultaneously at the Naval Research Laboratory to devise a method for
  9. 9. tr:; -:»*- •-.^) ^X*3Sk ^""^i This decorative, bull's eye window welcomes visitors to the Main Administration Building. mapping three-dimensional structures of molecules. Three decades later he and Jerome Karle, his long-time collahor- ator at NRL, won the 1985 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their pioneering research. Dr. Hauptman was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree hy the university in 1985. CBS News' Connie Chung ('69) worked on the Diamondhack, the university's student newspaper, and for WMUC, the campus radio station, during her student years. Another successful journalist who received his collegiate training at College Park is Pulitzer Prize-winning science wri- ter Jon Franklin ('70). Franklin, who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his work as a Baltimore Evening Sun reporter, currently heads the journalism program at Oregon State University. One of the university's most devoted sons is A. James Clark ('50), president of the George Hyman Constniction Co. and president and chairman of CEl Construction Inc., the umbrella organization for engineering and construction com- panies that include OMNI and Hyman. A fomier member of the University's Board of Regents, in 1983 Clark made a major contribution to the College of Engineering that led to the establishment of the A.J. Clark Chair in Coiistruction Engineering and Management. Other notable alumni include Carmen Balthrop ('7 1 ) a former Metropolitan Opera star and currently associate professor of music at College Park; George V. McGowan ('51 ), president of Baltimore Gas .ind Electric; Karl W. Meyer ('49), president of University of Wisconsin, Superior Campus; Rep. Tom McMillen ('74), Maryland's Fourth District Gingressman; Mary Stallings Qileman ('35), the first woman elected to the Supreme Court of Michigan; Fred O'Green ('49), retired Curator of Textiles, Smith- sonian Institution; James R. Buckler ('70) current director of the Smithscinian's Office of Horticulture; Rep. Steny Hoyer ('63), Maryland's Fifth District Congressman; Anne Truax Darlington, creator of "Wall Street Week" and current director of the Inter- national Production Group tor tlie Maryland Center ot Public Broadcasting; and Allen J. Krowe ('54), senior vice president and chief financial officer of Texaco. Academic Costume The black caps and gowns worn by the students and faculty in the academic procession have been the traditional costume of scholars since medieval times. They probably represent a kind of ecclesiastical dress, since many of the scholars of that period were members of monastic orders. Most colleges and universities in the United States have adopted the unifomi code for costumes drafted by an inter- collegiate commission in 1983. Each of the three academic degrees—bachelor, master and doctor—has its own distinctive gown and hood. The bachelor's gown has a longer, more nar- row, closed sleeve extending below the knee; the arm fits through a slit at the elbow. The doctor's gown has a full, bell- shaped sleeve trimmed with three bars of velvet. The velvet trim on the gown can be black or a color indicating the wearer's general field of learning—for example, green for medicine or purple for law. A list of department colors follows. Agriculture/Maize Arts, Letters, Humanities/ White Business Administration, Commercial Science/ Drah Dentistry/Lilac Economics/Copper Education/Light Blue Engineering/Orange Fine Arts, Architecture/ Brown Forestry/Russet Home Economics/ Matoon Journalism/Crimson Law/Purple Library Science/Lemon Medicine/Green Mustc/Pink Nutting/Apricot Oratory. Speech/ SiU'er Gray Pharmacy/Olive Philanthropy/Rose Philosophy/Dark Blue Public Administration, Foreign Ser'ice/ Peacock Blue Public Health/Salmon Ph>^ical Education/ Sage Green Science/Golden Yellow Social Work/Citron Theology and Divinity/ Scarlet Veterinary Sciences/Gray The most colorful and distinctive part of the academic cos- tume is the hood extending down the back. The doctor's is the largest of the hoods and the bachelor's is the smallest. The bachelor's hood is often omitted.
  10. 10. Silk lining ot various colors in the center ot the hood indicates the college or university which conferred the degree. Consistent for all degrees is the cap, or mortar hoard, which has a tassel ot black or another color indicating the field of learning. The tassel of the doctor's cap can he gold. Academic Degrees A degree is awarded tor the successful completion of a course of study. Tlicre are more than 1,600 different academic degrees currently conferred by colleges and universities nationwide. The first known degree was a doctorate bestowed by the Uni- versity of Bologna, Italy, in the mid- 12 th century. Originally, the doctor's and master's degrees were used interchangeably, each indicating that the holder was qualitied to instruct students. The bachelor's or baccalaureate, degree only indicated entrance into a course ot study preparatory to the doctorate or mastership. Gradually, though, the bachelor's degree came to mean successful completion of one level of study in advance ot the higher degrees. The Doctor's Degree The temi "doctor," meaning teacher or instructor, originated with the ancient Romans tor those who lectured publicly on philosophical topics. During the Middle Ages, it was used as a title ot honor tor men ot great learning. It was first made an academic title at the University of Bologna, which was allowed by the emperor to appoint doctores legum (doctors of laws). The Unix'ersity ot Paris followed suit in the year 1 145. Soon after, popes granted the universities the right to appoint doctors canonum et decretalium (teachers of the canon law) and, when the study of civil law was combined with that ot the canon law, the title was changed to doctor utriusque juris (teacher of both laws). The faculties ot the- ology and medicine followed that ot law in conferring this title. A doctorate is given beyond the baccalatireate degree and requires several years of advanced study, the successful com- pletion of a thesis or dissertation, and written and oral examinations. The doctor's degree represents the most advanced earned degree conferred by American institutions. There are two distinct types: the practitioner's degree and the research degree. The first type represents advanced train- ing for the practice of various professions, principally Doctor ot Medicine, Juris Doctor and Doctor of Pharmacy. These degrees carry no implication of original research. The Univers- ity of Maryland awarded the first two dental degrees in history on March 9, 1841, and invented the name of the degree. Doc- tor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.). The second type is a research doctorate representing pro- longed peritids of advanced study. A dissertation which usually accompanies the study is intended to contribute substantially to existing knowledge on the subject. The most important of these, the Doctor of Philosophy, no longer has an implication of philosophy for its holder, but represents advanced research in any of the major fields of knowledge. It was first awarded in the United States in 1861 by Yale University. The University of Maryland awarded a Ph.D. for the first time in 1920. The Master's Degree The master's degree is an academic honor bestowed upon students who have successfully completed work beyond the baccalaureate. A thesis and an oral examination are usually required. The word magister was used by the Romans as a title ot honor, but its present meaning can be traced to the establishment of the oldest universities. Organized faculties as they now exist in universities were not known then; academic activity was limited to seven liberal arts. Those who were honored for their diligence and knowledge upon completion of their studies and who had already received the bachelor's degree were called magistri artium (master of the liberal arts). In 1920, the University of Maryland awarded its first Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S.) degrees in fields other than agriculture. The Bachelor's Degree The bachelor's degree represents completion of a four-year course of college-level study and is the oldest academic degree used by American institutions of higher learning. It was first conferred in America in 1642 on the first nine graduates of Harvard College. Maryland Agriculture College, which later became the University of Mar^'land College Park, awarded its first Bachelor oi Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees in 1862.
  11. 11. OFFICIALS University of Maryland System Board of Regents Chair George V. McGowan Vice Chair Roger Bkint Secretary Albert N. Whiting Treasurer Ilona M. HogLin Assistant Secretary Constance M. Unseld Robert L. Walker L'.v officio Margaret Alton Mary Arabian Richard O. Bemdt Benjamin L. Brtiwn Earle Palmer Brown Charles W. Cole, Jr. Frank A. Gunthcr, |r. Ann Hull Henry R. Lord Franklyn Perdue Student Regent Chad M. Gobel University of Maryland System Administration Chancellor Donald N. Langenherg Depury Chancellor Jean E. Spencer Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs George L. Marx Vice Chancellor for Generdl Aclminisnation Donald L. Myers Vice Chancellor for Adi'ancement John K. Martin University of Maryland at College Park Administration President William E. Kirvvan Vice President far Academic Affairs and Provost J. Robert Dorfman Vice President for Administrani'e Affairs Charles F. Stiirtz Vice President for Institutional Adi'ancement Kathryn Costello Vice President fcrr Stwdent Affairs William L. Thomas, Jr. Deans College of Agiicukure Paul H. Mazzocchi (Acting) College of Arts and Humanities Robert W. Gnftith College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Irwin Goldstein College of Business and Management Rudolph P. Lamone College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences Richard H. Herman College of Education Jean Hebeler (Acting) College of Engineering George E. Dieter, Jr. College of Human Ecolo^ Laura S. Sims College of]ourruilism Reese Cleghorn College of Library and /n/nnnation Sen'ices Claude E. Walston College of Life Sciences Paul H. Mazzocchi (Acting) College of Health and Human Per/onnance John J. Burt School of Architecture Steven Hurtt School of Public Affairs Michael Nacht Administrani'e Dean for Graduate Studies and Research Jacob K. Goldhaber (Acting) Administrative Dean for .Summer Programs Melvin Bernstein Administrative Dean /or Untlergroduaie .Studies Kathryn j. Mohrman
  12. 12. Officers of Commencement Chair Charles J. Beatty Industrial, Technological and Occupational Education University Marshd Don C. Piper Government and Politics Music John E. Wakefield Director of Bands Commencement Committee Alicia Arkell-Kkis Diploma Office McJinaz Bahrami Institutional Advancement Frances P. Ctii'e Health Center Earle Connors Physical Plant Kathryn Costello Institutional Advancement Caroh'n A. Ent Institutional Advancement Richelk Hamnic'ti Disability Support Service Simone Legacy Industrial, Technological and Occupational Education Nancy Lootnis Dining Services Linda Martin Institutional Advancement Michael McNair Police Department Gary Parker Intercollegiate Athletics Elizabeth Pattison Records and Registrations Cynthia Walker Reed University Book Center James N. Robinson Environmental Safety Barri Standish Sanders Commuter Affairs Gary Stoiie Police Department Robert T. Stumjyff Physical Plant Janice E. Summons Campus Parking Kate F. Ufema Communication Arts and Theatre Patrick Waiisu'ortfi Dining Services Unit Representatives Gene Agre Education Diane Barlow Library and Information Services !ra Block Human Ecology Jon Boone Arts and Humanities Anna Cherry Journalism Jane Fines Engineering Paulette Godin Arts and Humanities Diana Jackson Behavioral and Social Sciences Donna King Business and Management Albert J. Klavon Lift Sciences and Agriculture John C. Loss Architecture Joe Murray Health and Human Performance Bonnie Oh Undergraduate Studies Vicky Reinkc Library and Information Services Greig Stewart Journalism Thelma M. Williams Q)mputer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences E/isse Wng/it-Bnscoe Public Affairs 10
  13. 13. Ralph Bennett is one of the most respected professors on campus, both for his contributions to the university as well as to his field of excellence. An award-winning architect, Bennett came to the University of Maryland at College Park in 1977. Since then, he has had a positive influence on campus life as chair of the Campus Senate, co-chair of the 1991 Governance Task Forces, and leader of the "Risk Force to Plan the future of the Adele Stamp Student Union. He also has served as a member of the Academic Planning Advisory Committee, member of the Appointments, Promotion and Tenure Committee, and member of the Campus Priorities Committee. From 1982-1983 he was acting dean of the School of Architecture. Bennett's professional influence extends across the region through Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc., based in Silver Spring. Bennett's partners, Laurance Frank and Brian McCarthy, are former students, as are their architect wives. The finn, which is currently working on Raphael House, a 30-room group home for the elderly in Rockville, recently received a design award from the Potomac Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AlA) for a house they designed with William Bechhoefer, associate professor. University of Maryland School of Architecture. The respected architect's expertise is now being tapped by Montgomery County's Department ot Housing and Community Development. As chaimian ot this department's Productivity Housing Advisory Committee, Bennett advises the Montgomery County Executive on affordable housing. A member of the Potomac Valley Chapter of AIA, Bennett received one ot the organization's 1989 Presidential Awards for editing the chapter newsletter. He also won the 1985 Award of Excellence for his work on Lake Seneca Elementary School (with Grimm and Parker). This widely published author just completed his 48th monthly column on the built environment tor Warfield's, the Baltimore business magazine. Bennett received his bachelor of arts and master of tine arts degrees from Princeton University. Prior to joining the University of Maryland, he was an assistant professor in the Harvard Graduate School of Design. RALPH D. BENNETT, JR. COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER 11
  14. 14. GRADUATE DEGREES AUGUST 1991 This Corinthian st>le capital can be seen at the McKeldin Library which was buih in 1958 and named for then Governor Theodore R. McKeldin. Doctor of Philosophy Ana I. Aguirre-Deandreis Psychology Latino and White Social Networks: Individual and Environmental Gonclatei Ahmed Z. Al-Gami Aerospace Engineering AsceiKiiii!; Trajectories Performance and Control tf) Minimise Heat Load for Transatmospheric Aerospace Planes Steven A. Altman Horticulture C/ianijcs in the Actii'irv ami Expression ofCataLise in Cut Carnations and in Response to Inhibitors of Ethylene Action W'ihoon Arunthanes Business and Management Motit'ls ()/ Product Adaptation in Export Marketing Andrew J. Baker Zoolog>' Mating System, Cooperative Breeding and Group Dyriamics in a Wild Population of Golden Lion Tamanns L'LeontopitAecui rosaliau Chitta R. Baral Computer Science Semantics o/Knou/iedge Bases arui Their Combinations Laura M. Harden Curriculum and Instruction The Differential Learning Effects of Lni- and High-Level Questions Embedded Within Videotaped Science /n/ormation on Ninth- and Tenth-Grcuk Students Bruce J. Barrow Physics Fomuition Dyivvmcs on the PS-3 .5 Spheromoic Gabrielle E. Bedewi Business and Management Midriattri/iute Acceptance Sampling Plans and Their Properties A La Classical Lorraine Bemer Human Deelopment Parental Perceptions, Interpretations, and Feelings About Their Relationships with Their Young Adolescent Children Martin T. Black Astronomy Analvsis ofGraxnty al^d Topography on Earth and Venus: Comparisons of Lithsopheric and Subhthospheric Processes Robert E. Breckinridge Government and Politics The /nieraction of Regimes: The Influence of the European Community on Spanish DemotToc^ Shraga Bross Electrical Engineering Trellis Coding for the Two-User Midriple-Access Channel Cynthia G. Burack Government and Politics FeminLsm and Social Theory: The Problem of the Passions The Aut;ust 1^91 class roster comprises degree graduates trom the undergraduate and graduate programs at the University ot Mar> land at College Park. 12
  15. 15. An,qn,sf 199 J GradutUcs Michael S. Cain Curriculum .mJ Instructmn /lUL'granng Ad/wrict Faci(/i into a Hnmaniric5 Division: An Oganijflndn Devekipmenl Model Roberto Camporesi Physics Geometric Refirescritarion of Propagaurrs ami Qiumium Effects in Spaccnmes lath Symnieny John M. Canning Computer Science RecogniTJnf^ Defarmahle Objects-A Set Sriake Methodology Riccardo Capovilla Physics The Self-Dual Spin Connection as the FuncLimental Gravitati(mal 'anahle EHzabeth R. Carazo Entomology Behai'iOT, Metabolism and Persistence ofTerbiifos in Soils and Ctrm and its /nteraction iiith Atrajine Sergio R. Cardenas-Garcia Computer Science Software Evaluation Based on MultzattriiTute Formal Speci/ications Kyuman Cho Chemical Physics Meiisuremenlj oj the Magnelooptical arid Thennooptical Properties of Materials Jae H. Choi Business and Management Peifon7iancc /mfnoi-ement in Multi-Processor Database Sstems: Through Query Scheduling and Resilience Mechanism James R. Coates Jr. Kinesiology Sport and Leisure in the A/rican-American Communitv of Baltimore 1890-1920 Alice H. Cornelison Education Policy, Planning, and Adminrstration Black College Students: Perceprions of the Effects of Early Inlegrarion Neal E. Craft Nutritional Sciences Method Dei'elopment, Characterisation, and Quanti/Jcatiwi of the Major Carotenoids in the U.S. Total Daily Diet Dzwo-Min Dai Civil Engineering Service Reliability on Congested Waterways Steven W. Daniels Physics Rapid Jonijaiion in Argon Plasmas Judith G. Dausch Health Education Eating Patterns of Adolescents: A Descriptive AnaK'sis of Two NatioTUil Sun'CVS Patricia A. Davis Government and Politics The Uses and Abuses of Economic Statecraft: Gennan-Polish Relarioas 1969-1990 Lucy U. Demario Biochemistry Studies on the Mechanism of Pyruvate Formate-Lyase Didier A. Depireux Physics Dimensional Keducrion of Self-Dual Yang-Mills, Jntegroble S>'siems and W-Algebias Sven J. Dickinson Computer Science The Recot'erv and Recogninon of Three-Dimensional Objects Using Part-Based As/X'Ct Matching Lucia R. Dillenburg B<itany Competitii'c /nienictions Betireen the Vines L' Lonicera Japonica and Parthenocissus Quintjue/oliau and the Tree Host U Liquidambar Styraciflua u-Effecti and Mechanisnis Pamela J. Edwards Go'emment and Politics Selecring and Electing State Legislatii'e Caiidiciaies: The Role of Political Parties, JntcTest Groups,and Slating Decisions Masoud Eghbarieh Government and Politics Arabs in Israel. The Ongoing Conflict With the Stale Charlotte E. Exner Human Development Contt^lt Validity, Reliability, and Generalizability Studies of the Test oj In-Hand Manipuktion by Extier Colleen M. Farmer Kinesiology Effects oj Strength Training on Lipoprotein Lipid Profiles and Post Hepann Lipase Actintv in Males at Risk jar Coronary Arterv' Disease Brian D. Farrell Entomology Ph'^logenetic Study of Host-Affiliatioiis in the Milkiceed Beetles U Tetraopes u (Coleoptera: Ceramhycidae) Parvaiz Q. Farshori Zoology Role of MicTombules and fCinesin in Insulin Secretion Alan E. Feldman Physics Neutron Trartsition Densities of48Ca Carolyn M. Fink Special Education School Lije-Histones oj lru:arcerated Women uiih Learning Problet7is.- A Retrospective Study Marina L. Foschi Albert Germanic Language and Literature L'eber Friedrich Schlegels Theone Des Witzes Susan K. FuUerton Curriculum and Instruction Strategic Behanors of Upper-Elementary Readers When Acquiring Wind Meanings from C'onte.vt Behrad Ghaffari Electrical Engineering Multiaccess Optical Networks and Video/'oicelData Integration in Satellite and High-Speed Local Area Networks David Goldberg Mathematics ReducibiUty of Induced Representations for Cla.'isical P-Aclic Groups Barry L Graubard Mathematical Statistics Methods /or the AmiKsis oj CompL'.v Sun-ev Data Robert D. Grober Physics Photoluminescence of InSb Harris L. Gruman Comparatie Literature .Agents of Hope: Historical Desire and the Question of the Subject in the Novel 13
  16. 16. Donald E. Hall English Language and Literature The Literature of Threat: Feminism ard EngUsh Mde Novelists 1840-70 Weimin Han Mathematics Error Esniiiatiom of Mathematical Ideaiizanoris for Euipnc Problems with L'nceriain Data Leon L. Harper Government and Pohtics The Dilemmas ofJudicial Review and Control of Administrative Decisions in the Federal Regulatcrry Process: Two Decades of Controversy in the New Era of Administrative Law Mark J. Harper Nuclear Engineering Theoretical Model ofNeutrori Bubble Dosimeter Geraldine D. Hawkins Special Education Attitude's Toward Mainstreaming Sluderits with Disalvlities Among Regular Elementai-y Music aivi Physical Etiuctiiion Teachers Song He Physics Fracrioiuil Qtwnmm Hall Effect. Fractional Statistics and Anyon Sste>7vs Mark D. Heintselman Zoolog>' Lysosomal En;^me Acnvities m Two Jmmumi-t; Leukocytic Cell Populatio}^s Respond to Treamie?it u'ltli 13-cis Rt'tinoic Acid John E. Hickey Human Development 111 Utero Opiate Exposure: A Risk Factor for Impairment m Attentional Processing Suen Hou Physics Precision Measurement of the I Mass and Width Changlien Hsu Government and Politics Export Processing Zone and National Development-Taiwan Experience in a View of Political Economy Judith L. lacarino Human Development A Comparison of Self-Esteem and Nonverbal Communication Skills in Stutterers ami Nonstutterers Garry Jennings Government and Politics The Localist Diffusionist Model In Judicial Decision Making: How Lower Court Judges Fonnulate National Policy in Equal Protection Litigation Mario A. Jodorkovsky Electrical Engineering Studies m Robust Control William P. Kachman Counseling and Personnel Services An Int'esngarion of Code-Su/itching Be/iafior of Deaf Children Karen M. Kester Entomology Ecological and Be/iat'ioral ConsrrainLs Imposed lr>' Plants on the Insect Parasitoid, U Cotesia congregata u (Say) Peter B. Kettler Chemistry Coordinaiion Clieniistr' of Novel Multidentate Phosphine-Chalcogen arid Phosphmimme Ligends Yong S. Kim Government and Politics The Ego Ideal, Ideology, and Haliucinorion (A Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Political Violence in an Oriental Cultured Context) Judith J. Kirchhoff Government and Politics EfficieruT) in Public Human Services: Borrowed Theory arid Empirical Application James A. Landro Chemistry Stereochemical and Mechanistic fni'estigations on Ghoxalose / and Mandelate Racemose Chao-Pin Lee Chemistry Study of Photo Sef Promoted Radical and Diradical Cyclization Reactions Hsien-Chiarn Lee Electrical Engineering Robust Control of Bifurcating Nonlinear S^sterm with Applications Sangyeol Lee Mathematical Statistics Tesnng Gaussiaruilir)' of Time Senes Sheng-Lian Lee Chemistry Stereochemical Investigation of the P-C Bond Cleavage Process Catalyzed by B. cereus Phosphonoacetaldehyde Hydrolyase Wonshik Lee Electrical Engineering Dei'clopnK'nt of High Performance N-Channel luP FET's; Surface Possivation and Interface States Liang Lu Physics Effective Hamikonian Theory and its Applications to Wave Propagations aivi Interacrions in the Presence of Fluctuations Zichun Lu Bicxhcmistr^' The Dei'elopment oj Chiral Exchange Inert Metal-Nucleotide Complexes as Probes of Kirtase Active Sites David L Ma Electrical Engineering Double Crystal Topography Charactenzatiim of Mechanical Stress Related Effects on Silicon Metoi-Oxide-Semiconductor Field E^ect Transistor Deanna B. Marcum American Studies Tlie Public Librarv in Rural Amenca, 1878-1920 David R. Martinelli Civil Engineering Investment Planning of Interdependent Waterway /mproivment Projects Elfreda W. Massie Education Policy, Planning, and Administration An Analysis of the NASSP Assessment Center Program in the Maryland Assessment Center Program Suzin E. Mayerson Psychology Socicd Creativity Strategies in the Miiumoi Group Susan L. Miller Criminal Justice and Criminology The Deterrent and General Preventative Effects of Sanction Threats on Violence Betiveen Intimates Doron Mintz Computer Science Robusmess by Cimsensus Carlene C. Nelson Human Development Effect o/ Context on Inirial Maternal Verbal Response 14
  17. 17. August 1 99 1 ( JTOJuaigs Karen L. Olmstead Entumology The Ecolufni aj'Tortone Beetle (Cokoptera: Chrysomelidae) Defense Margaret A. Owens Counseling and Personnel Services C-opin^ Behavior aiul Adoleseent AJdictum Jiqin Pan Electrical Engineering Fast Recursive Estimation of System Order and Parameters fur Adaptive Control arui IIR Filtering Pil S. Park Applied Mathematics Iterative Ni)li(tioiis of Large Sparse Linear S;ystc'ms of Equations Arising from Queuing Network ProWcms Young H. Park Mathematics Period Integials frr O (4-2) and Values ofLangLmds L-Fimctiims Karen S. Peddicord Health Education The Relatioi-Lship of Employment Verses NonempLiyment to Perceived Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem, and Sxial Support in Pregiumt Women Songzhi Peng Zoology Proving the Structure and Stntctural Chcmges m a Mitochondrial Channel VDAC Elgin S. Perry Applied Mathematics Distributioiial Properties of Parameters Derived from lj;slie Matrix Models Timothy W. Peterson Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Administrator Perceptiojts of the Organizatiottal Effectiveriess of Undergraduate External Degree Programs Zygmunt Pirlo Psychology Visiuil Shape RL'Cd.^iitiiin in Huni^uis and Computers James Piatt Philosophy Saving the Meaning; The Cipher Theory oj Synonymy al^d the Problems of Cross-Cidtural Translation Elizabeth A. Reardon Economics Rates of Return to Corporate Investment: An Efficient Markets Aplrroach to Evaluating InitsmiL'nt Performance Moon-Whoan Rhee Business and Management L'no|-),seriuliilit>' ProliL'ms arid Tests of the Troihtiorud Asset Pricing Models Tina Richardson Psychology A Projectii'e Approach to the Assessment of Racial Consciousness in White Americans Amy L. Rovelstad Mechanical Engineering An Examination of V'orticit> Trarispint Along Particle Paths m a Numerically Simulated Turbulent Channel Flow Sharon K. Rudy Counseling and Pers<innel Services A Study of the Cross-Cultural Experience: Loneliness, Shyness and Sxial Provision Max Sawicky Economics C)n the Demand for Public Goods Provided Ir^ Stale tjoivniments Shirley S. Schwartz Curriculum and Instruction Facilitating the Acijuisition of Executive Control Processes in Young Children: A Study of Teachers' liistruerional Discourse in a Problem Sok'ing Task Jeannette G. Sedlacek Human Development A Study of Relatiomhips Among Con/Iiet-lianiiling Stales, Levels of Experienced Conflict, ]oh Satisfaction, and]ob Perfirrmance in University Residence Hall Assistants Shiuh-Pyng W. Shieh Electrical Engineering An Jn/onnation and Privilege Flimi Model for Inti-usicm Detection in Computer S^^stenrs Jack Shulimson American Studies Search for a Missiim: A Study of Marine Carps Institutiomil Survival and Professionalization, J 876- J 898 Sukanya Sinha Physics Semiclassical Limit of Quantum Cosmology Robert W. Springer Physics A Stud'* of the Process Z bb Using Muon Inclusive Z Deca;ys Sharon S. Stoliaroff Psychology Group Composition and Emergent Leadersliip; Their Effects on Group Process in Personal Growth Groups Theodore E. Stone Curriculum and Instruction Locus of Control as Explanation For tlie Reltitionsliip oj Tutor Contact and Completion Rates in Distance Education Xiaobai Sun Computer Science A United AnaK'sis of Iterative Methods for the Solution of Nearly Uncoupled Markoi' Cliains Jackwell Susman Criminal Justice and Criminology Procedural Justice in Mental Hospitals: A Stud^i o/Nontrivial Disputes Oi'er Medication Refusal David G. Swartz Marine, Estuarine, and Environmental Sciences A Decision Support System for Marine Recreariomil Fislieries Management Sharon A. Sykora Government and Politics Tlie Clianging Nature of Citizen Orientations of Refugees: Second-Wave Vietnamese in Erie , Pennsylvania Chung-Te Teng Electrical Engineering Tii'o Artificial Neural Network-implemented Robust Vision Models Robert E. Trempe Business and Management Tlie Productivity of Domesric Passenger Airlines in tlie Era of Deregulation Brian P. Turner Physics Molecular Pliolo/ragrnentation u-itli an Ar F* Excimer Laser Natalie H. Vania Philosophy Ignoring tlie Good and Deontological Rationalit>' Carol D. VonDohlen Zoology Ecology and Evolution of Life Cycles in the Hormaphidmae fHomoptera: Aphididac) 15
  18. 18. Robert J. Waldman Sociology /nternarionai Peacekeeping: Conditions o/Con/IictConfro/ Daniel F. Wallace Psycholog>' Influence nj Heuristics on Working Memory Chuen-Chung Wang Chemical Engineering The Efjects nf Sampling arid Classification on Aerosol Size and Electrical Mobility Distribution Mary P. Watkins Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Phenortiena Related to Clinical Decision Making in Patient Care by Experienced RN's Educated m Three Types of Nursing Programs Sunny S. Weiskop Physics Extending the N Quantum Apfiroximation to Remmmalizable Field Theories Luther W. Wheat Human Development Dei'elopinent of an bistrument Far the Measurement of Human Spirituality Jacques R. White Marine, Estuarine, and Environmental Sciences Seasonal Study of Zooplarikton Dynamics in Chesapeake Bay Joseph T. Wissmann Mathematics Material Response and Inverse Problems of Incompressible Elasticity David R. Wizer Curriculum and Instruction Snudl Group instruction With LD and NLD Students Using Microcomputers: The Impact of Group Interaction Judy A. Xanthopoulos Economics Marginal Effective Tax Rates: Forty Years of Tax Policy and Its Effect on Marginal Effective Tax Rates Wei Xu Chemistry Development of Novel Electron Transfer Induced Photocyclization Reactions of Alpha-Silylamine-Enote Systems Kewen Yin Chemical Engineering Application of Adaptive Techniques In Chenucal Processes Hyun-Kun Yoon Government and Politics National Security: Defense Development and Self Reliance Through Defense Industrialization—The Case of South Korea Jong H. Yoon Physics Dimensiond. Reductions In Grai'iry Theories ZhiPing You Applied Mathematics Numerical Study of Stable and Unstai'le Manifolds of Some Dynamical Systems Zhimin Zhang Applied Mathematics Soli'ing Stead> State Free Boundary Problems With the Finite Element Method Shanyang Zhao Sociology Disciplimirv and nta-Disciplinary Competition m Sociology: Integration Through Domain Differentiation Doctor of Education Ronald A. Anderson Curriculum and instruction Maryland Social Studies Curricula Framework: An Impact Stud^ Clarence E. Golden Curriculum and Instruction Studt'iits' Peiceptions of Academic Competition and Cooperation m the Middle School James M. Ryan Curriculum and Instruction E^ect of Exposure to Disabled Population on Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor's Attitude Toward Disabled People Rita J. Womack Curriculum and Instruction The Effects of Teacher Modeling Think Alouds on Student's Ability to Identify Main Ideas in Reading Doctor of Musical Art David R. Miles Music An Annotated Bit)liograpli> of Selected Contemporary Euphonium Solo Literature by American Composers Myra S. Tate Music The Supernatural Singer; Pointing Toward Transcencknt Perfimnance Master of Applied Anthropology Dana Gayle Holland Kristin Jonell Hunter Patricia Marie Parkinson Master of Architecture Forrest James Pecht Master of Arts American Studies Mary Dale Dowling Frank W. Johnson IV Applied Mathematics William Frederick Detlefs Katherinc Johanna Toussaint Art History Renee Antoinette Kidd Joan Ruth Stahl Lee Allison Vedder Classics Richard Edmon Prior Counseling and Personnel Service Peter Dwight Eckel Barbara Ann Gill Janlne Karol Lambdin Michael John Ott Erin A. Rooney Criminal Justice and Criminology Elizabeth Rachel Friedman 16
  19. 19. Ai(,ni(sr /99) Graduates Economics David F. D'Alessandris Jonathan Jay Fox Jeffrey Steven Glaser Cherian Samuel SuyioR Wu Education Policy, Planning and Administration William G. Keim Lauren Ruhley Simpson English Language and Literature Sheryl J. Ban- Laurel Julia Herman Susan Fields Joseph Nancie Clare Sullivan Menapace Carol Ann Sanders Bonnie Jean Vodzak French Language and Literature Yvette Anna Marie Rickel Geography Thomas Joseph Culliton Wayne Paul Dulaney David Lawther Toll Government and Politics Donald Gordon Beane Sebastiano Brancoli Genevieve Emilia Handal Jill Ellen KoUxiy Edward James Logsdon, Jr. Scott David McDonald Lindsay P. Orkand Marie Primerose Pratt Health Education Kathleen Marie Morgan Louise Murphy Simmons Hearing and Speech Sciences Attiya Khusro Mir Sonja Lynn Rose LaGuinn Parsons Sherlock History Laurent Cartayrade William Baker Deutscher Jon Ct)lin Dowling Karen Marie Gladding Joseph Owen Litney Matthew MacKenzie McPherson Steven Nathan Mesirow Matthew Carroll Pursell Sarah Paradise Russell James B. Shuman, Jr. Douglas Mark Stanczak Human Development Education Judy Gail Blumenrhal Ann M. Novak Journalism Stewart Mark Banner Valarie Ann Basheda Anne Marie Calmes Victoria Lynn Contie Anne Patricia Enright Eleanor Andrea Grant Beth Ann Haller Carol Maria McCarthy Mark Locke Mills Robert J. Woodnittlll Kinesiology Julie Hamon Linguistics Nancy Curtis Hutchison Lina Zilionyte Mathematical Statistics Jung Hyun Kim Mathematics Kathleen Marie Madden Tristan Nguyen Pyeong-Suk Woo Measurement, Statistics and Evaluation Dinna Lynne Neumann Psychology Harold William Goldstein Natalia Janice Peart Cindy J. Spiers Radio, Television and Film Alejandra Ramirez-Portela Recreation Delair David Ali John Michael Tucker Sociology Julie Ann Dawson Pamela Gindoff Basmat Shiw Parsad Zong-Yee Willson Yang Speech Communication Michelle Danielle Kost Harry Lee Pritchett Urban Studies Alan Jay Hochman Master of Arts/Master of Library Science Combined History/Library and Information Services Keila Rachel Manekin Master of Business Administrationistration Debra Collins Andrews James Howard Barton Gordon Hallauer Bell Barbara Dickey Bourque 17
  20. 20. Michael A. Camock Tania Vera Charchalis Thomas N. Chen Sung Soo Chun Michael A. Cinquemani Susan Jeanette Cinquemani Kathleen Ann Coleman KathnTi Janet Cross Roger M. Dashevsky Letha Marie Dugas Edna Thea Falk Amy Finfer Margaret Ward Gamache William Elting Gossman Eileen Hefteman Greenwell Allison Hand James John Hegarty David Matthew Hicks Marcia Lecrone Howes Paul Douglas Hunt Abraham Isser Michael David Jones Michael Edward Juchniewicz Philip Sung Kang James Stuart Kay Terrick Khan Wendy Joan Lane Charles Kein Maguire Bruce Daid Malone Salim Sudirdjo Marzuki William Dennis McGuinness Robert Lee Morrison, jr. Kevin Roger Muha Donald Elliot Nixon Pamela Dargan Nixon David Keith Nobile Charles Burke Peterson Sharon Ribas Charles Frederick Riley Rowena Lisa Roberts Daniel Richard Rubenstein Lawrence Michael Rudner Jean Paul Savary Alfred Schulze Darian Varga Schulze AUon Shift" Deana Marie Shriver Renu Singh M. Athena Soussa Joseph Sebastian Spiezio Adam Brett Stetser Diane Jeanne Terr^' Jeanne Isabella Toussaint Deborah Ruth Vaughan Terrence Anthony Waak Adrienne Lee Wack Weijing Wang L. J. Weingart Jeffrey Keith Windland Jeffrey Louis Wingenroth Master of Education Counseling and Personnel Service Mar> Lynne Cloos Cynthia Simcho Hill Timothy A. McGuriman Susan Cryer Moye Beth Elise Shapiro Jeffrey Dale Stoner Mar>' Weldon Wetmore Curriculum and Instruction Darlene McNair Bell Julie Pflughaupt Boyd Sharon Anne fk)yd Rita Carolina Crider Elisabeth Reeve Curtz Lisa Gayle Dolinka Jane Frances Hemelt Patricia Ann HoUoway Katherine Mary Hopper Anne Elizabeth O'Neill Howard Patrice Marie Howard Kristine Fuller Huang Candace Llyn Hutcheson Mary Nancy Koback Anne Denys Kuppinger Janeen Leeshock Daniel F. Liebert Enitan O. Mason Patricia Ellen Mikus David Michael Morris Francis S. Nicol Cheryl JL Novotny Susan Joy Okun Louise Snyder Phillips Ann Dowgin Reilly Amber Elisabeth Roe Karen Miller Rubinstein Wesley Kenneth Schrock Mar)' Gillespie Stackhouse George James Toepfer Leslie R. Wagner Education Policy, Planning and Administration Andrea Louise Chaisson Jeanette Rogers Dunston Julie Kouis Mamani Catol Francine Montague Phyllis Joan Saunders Human Development Education Catherine Diane Hughes Kimherly Ann McClennahan Jessica Lynn Remenick Special Education Melissa Ann Holmes Merry Frances King Mar M. Rapp Cynthia Reid Linda Gail Smith Master of Library Science Library and Information Services Ellen Moore Bansemer Frances Louise Bauer Elizabeth Low'ry Blanton Maureen Amanda Cole Booth Yvette BrowTi Viboonsuk Bundit Lisa Marie Capozzoli Iris Kay Stanfield Causey Sue-Hsin Chen Shu-Li Chiou Thomas Creamer Mary Beth Adams Dorsey The ; Liiv Edsall Barbara Marion Evans Roby Charles Fields Anna Fiolek Karen Samuel Fleischer Arlene Ogurick Fogelson Susan Anne Francis Michael Harris Ginsborg Cynthia Anne Hackett Jeffrey A. Harrison Philip John Herron Yealing Huang Ann Kalltelz Jenkins Krista Susan Jones Andrew S. Katz Paula Marie Kerr Deeann Wallick Khngner Chul-Wan Kwak Daniel Christopher Lech Michael Harris Levinson Honey Elizabeth Lindsey-Barr Cathaiyn Tull Livemnan Julia Magdalena Manzo Harey Karl Morrell Gary Eugene Myer Qilin Mathew Neenan Hannelore S. Ninomiya Theresa Amelia O'Connell Lisa Danae Palzkill Mary Anne Ramos Ryan Dirk Robertson Devorah Rosen Karen M. Sherwood Kathr>n Joan Stitz John Eric Taube Joanne W. Tetrault Roberta Campbell Thomas Richard S. Van Pelt Mei-Ling Wang Laura Ann Whitbeck Tora L. Williamsen Chia-Li Wu Master of Music Marion S. Jacobson Bradley James Knobel David Hile Zerkel 18
  21. 21. August (99/ Graduates Master of Public Management Kenneth Brian Adkins Master of Public Policy Karen Jean Baehler Mary Upchurch Kruger Marilyn M. Quinn Master of Science Aerospace Engineering Gregory Stephen Agnes Dwayne Allan Drake Thomas Gregory Gates Dixie Marie Hisley Steven J. Ingle Michele Julia Andrys Mair James Walker Weber, Jr. Agricultural and Extension Education Elizabeth Ann Samo Agricultural and Resource Economics James Herbert Coates Ourania Korka Animal Sciences Basheer Ahamed Mary- Beth Miller Manoj K. Pastey Sheryl Rodgers Seibel Business and Management Anindya Datta Liying Huang John Joseph Mccarron Grace Alexandra Rivera Eduardo Luis Sanchez Mitchell Douglas West Chemical Engineering Daniel Reid Kuespert Oscar Edwin Quiroga Chemistry Gautam Chatterjee Ojaswini R Chitale Laura Ann Tinsley Civil Engineering Charles Albert Babendreier Susan Marie Castellan John C. Damm Jacob George Christopher John Griffith Randall Jay Johnston Wan-Dong Kim Dagmar Kohl Llewellyn Jean-Michel Pavy Computer Science Laura Susan Jafte Christopher Martin Lott John Robert Meyer Noura Fares Zoubeir Electrical Engineering Donald W. Carter, Jr. Jeffrey Satterwhite Chavis Naomi Elizabeth Ehrich Hasan Fallaahadl Chen-Ping Feng Tao-Long Hsiao Ytian Kao Lawrence Melvm Klass Tuan Anh Le Tsung-Hsien Lu Martin Patrick McEnroe Panagiotis C. Michailidis loanis Salmatjidis Fred Raymond Steinberg Perry L. Vessels Engineering Materials John C. Musall Entomology Nancy Pat Owen Angel Antonio Peiia Family and Community Development Gary E. Clark Jeanne Marie Elrod Betty Schuchat Mcdonald Linda Turman Moore Food Science Chen-Jang Liu Geology Timothy Richard Rose Horticulture Huey Jen Chen Human Nutrition and Food Systems Jana Lea Landkammer Maria Cristina P. Souza Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences Michael John Klebasko Helen Kundtz Rosselli John David Stubbletield Karen Lynn Sundberg Mechanical Engineering Sudhanshu Bahadur Indrajit Garai Mark Andrew Higgins Tliomas Joseph Hogan Chonghao Huang Lingxiao Li James Evans Parker, Jr. Paul William Richards Harmeet Singh Mark Alan Uebel Kristina Gretchen Whipple Kui-Sun Yim Meteorology Paul Andrew Delaney Gaogao Han Jae-Hoon Kim Nian Zhang Nuclear Engineering Timothy Charles McNair Craig M. Zelig Nutritional Sciences Punam Malik Virginia Wilson Worthington Physics Valerie Michele Browning Riccardo Capovilla David Edward Lynch Poultry Science Frank Anthony Attard Reliability Engineering Michael Delmont Martin Francis Dixon John Frederick Dunn Neil James Smith Textiles and Consumer Economics Rahul K. Dharmadhikary Zoology Christine C. Hakenkamp Daphna Francoise Herold-Shefer M. Andrew Newman Cynthia Anne Rote John Andrew Scherrer Suzy Ruth Ellen Steele Graduate Certificates Advanced Graduate Specialist Certificate Elizabeth Ann Krask Janine Karol Lambdin 19
  22. 22. UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES AUGUST 1991 Maryland's flag, bearing the arms of the CaKert and Crossland families, was first flown in its present form at Gettysburg Battlefield in 1888 to dedicate monuments to Maryland civil war veterans. College of Agriculture Bachelor of Science Agricultural and Resource Economics Michael Ryan Cooper Paul DeTitta Peter Sean Fitzgerald Rolfe William Gotsch Tln>mas Edward Haines Patrick Joseph Manner Robert John HoUitield Doron Aaron Krinet: Alphonse Enongene MbuUe David Seton McAvoy Craig Cornell Merrills Afshin Mottaghi Steven Neil Schindler Thomas F. Skowronski Scott Sidney Tucker Alan Keith Weiss Animal Sciences Amanda Peta Hinchliff Bixith Anne Brounley Digges Adrienne Michelle Hornatko * Christine Marie Zohlen Food Science Christopher Allen Hathaway Kathleen Ann Hepp Richard L. Hudson Natural Resources Management Nancy Lynne Leggieri School of Architecture Bachelor of Science Benvinda C. L>laney L>aid Glen Robinson Tessy Ariati Sumiantoro Edward John Toro Helena Maria Vincent College of Arts and Humanities Bachelor of Arts Advertising Design Pia Maria Uznanska American Studies Natahe Yvonne Burkman James Roland Farserotu Kerry McFarland Matthew Daniel Wagner Art History Susan Jane Ben: Karyn Marie de Dufour Lisa Ann Maday Patricia Marie McBrlde-Finneran Kyndall Tehixani McNab Amy Lisa Popkm Jana Melissa Vourgourakis Barbara Anne Wiilf Dance Anne Mary Morabito Franki Rachelle Radin East Asian Languages and Literature Masashi Hamada Marquis W. Seidel S Smimw cum Laude f Magna aim Lawk * cum lunidc 20
  23. 23. Au.i^iit 199) Graduates English Language and Literature Sigalit Deborah Artzi Kevin Shawn Crtiissette Michael Lasceive Dailey Chamene Marie Dais Shawn Alexander Denlein Margaret Josephine Essl Pauline Rose Flood * Nathalie Kathleen Gilfrich Marshall Kathryn Handy Leslie B. Hankin Linda Marie Harne * Valerie Ann Hyatt Kendra Michelle Jackson Stephanie B. Joseph Kathleen M. Kkisky Laurie Leigh Larkin Gail B. Leithaiiser Samuel Joseph Liehman Sabrina Malachi Linda M. Maybury Christine Ann Mc Bennett Deirdre McCullouKh Granville Dale Miller Jacqueline Pauline Neale Anne Eli:abeth Powers Frederick C. Pyen Anissa Martina Raiford Christopher Scott Randiilph Elaine Anne Refo John Michael Ribas Douglas Gavan Ricci S Sharona Ro:maryn Kimherly D. Ryan Elana Deborah Satisky Kurt William Schmidt Thomas Edrington Schniedwind Alice Ann Sherkick Ashley Dru Smith Sara Beth Stein Charles Richard Tate Corey Lee Thrasher Matthew John Vitale t Eric James Weitzel 2nd Major: Music John Louis ^X^ite Stephen Andrew Yost Monica Angela Young The floral "M" provides a colorful focal point for those who live and work on campus as well as for those who visit here. Located at the intersection of Campus and Regent Drives, the "M" was created in 1975. German Language and Literature Michele L. Hackett Jennifer Anne Lamison Janine Denise McCall Marian Frances Tchou History Flavius A.B. Akerele Daniel Robert Bell James Scott Bierman Debra Susan Bruck Sharon Lee Crowder Kevin Angelo Duffy Jill Meredith Eisenstein Douglas Richard Elliott Kerry McMahon Hamilton * David Lawrence Hardiman Alison Tarr Izard Leonore Siobhan Mclntyre John Thomas Rimer IV Stevan Gregory Simons Alanna Dorothea Taylor Philosophy Corwyn Peter Alvarez David Eric Bachinsky Radio, Television and Film Yusuf Mustapha Alxiur-Rahinan JiKii Brenner Lori Gayle Bumstine Teresa Jeanne Corbett Maria Christine Darrell Mark John Darrow Evan Stuart Fleishman Heather Leigh Jones Jason Brooke Koehler Michael George Lasek Joseph Daniel Long Lisa Marie Palmer Jill Evangeline Patton James Richard Risner Cathy-Mae Marguerite Sitaram Rozanne Gayle Sonneborn I lolJen James Toplin Alyssa Weisberg Russian Area Studies Christopher Joseph Engel Russian Language and Literature Lyra Marie Vega Spanish Language and Literature Jacqueline Aurelia Borro Yoa' Tadmor Speech Communication Norman Michael Anderson Randi Nadine Blumberg Elissa Sloan Boyet William Henry Bunte Russell Andrew Dalin Michael Eric Fuster Daria Leslie Hassner John Thomas Lester Maureen Lyn McKee Scott Perlstein Glenn Thomas Saxman Amy Melissa Smith Holly Jean Stiener Studio Art Angela 1. Bart Michael Berman Erin Lynn Brown Greta M. Brunschwyler Robert Paul Deighton Elyse Pamela Fried Kevin Paul Gillespie Jo Anne Israelson Jung Hee Kim Alejandra Martinez Ann-Marie Provencher * Kristen Jennifer Rhoades Laura E. Rose Kimberly Michele Simmons Timothy Paul Svenonius Bruce Lawrence Wong Theatre Lara Ellen Bull Benjamin Andrew Zastrow 21
  24. 24. S Summa aim Laude ^ Magna cum Laudc * aim Liuuk Bachelor of Music Music Leslie Terrell Hamilton Music Theory and Composition Tl-iomas Dexter Monroe, Jr Music-Voice llhert Isaac Miller Bachelor of Science Advertising Design Marcela Barrientos Marie Elania Bialous: Jennifer Jeanne Chandler Julie Christa Frankenfield Melissa L. Hayden Stephanie Joy Krupin Daryl lUene Nortman Angela Maria Romero Jamie Sara Strober Nicole I. T&chudin Anita Jill Wagner Charles Donald White 111 Valerie Susan Winer David Te Hsien Yang Interior Design § Jetifrey Todd LiaBraaten Ernest M. Walker * Bethany Rene Ziman College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts Anthropology t Dale Susan Brenneman Vidya Dorai Nina Marie Fascione Charemon Ee Watkins Criminal Justice John Martin Berent Anne Marie Comet Marjorie Joan Darling Curtis Paul Delosreyes Daniel Bloom Dhavvan Charles Lewis Drengwitz Cynthia Lynn Fedor Kenneth Jeedong Hahn Craig Lawrence Heller John Zhong Huang Colin C. Johnson Timi Romina Jordan Rajesh Anand Kumar Peter Okyung Kwon Robert Jefferson Lewis William Richard Lewis, Jr. James Thomas McKieman Laura Marie Miller * Jonathan Vem Newton Lisa Michelle Niceforo John Cassedy O'Connor Kevin Anthony Pompey Ruben Porras Alexandre Herman Rene Vincent James Sexton Cassandra Linda Smalls Donald F. Sullivan Sidney A. Thomas Barr>' Turtle Jonathan Tlieodore Vessels Stacy Lynn Wender Jeffrey Paul Wwd Criminology' Lon Nadine Bushice Kimberly Ann Carter t Lisa Esther Hurwit: Economics Kathleen Kay Anderson Michael Brown Michael T. Crilley t Steven Anthony Dell'Acqua Peter Joseph Dunlea'y Christopher Ossi Eskelinen Michael Patrick Flanigan * Jose A. Garcia Roben Andrew Gilliland Christopher Jerome Kephart Colleen Kyung Kim John Patrick Landon Jeanne AT. Linham Anthony Leainon Ronald Dela Cru: Lerum Harriet Safoaa Nyarko Thomas Michael Parisi Stuart Jay Rosenthal Simon P. Skove Michelle Elizabeth Thompson Jacques Pierre Walker Charles Douglas Windle Linda N. Yakum Ho Cyrus Yun Government and Politics Nicole J. Barrett Cameron A. Barron 11 Karyn Hope Becken Joseph Clmton Bembr^' Lisa Anne Benderson § Melissa Maria Bryant t Robin Nichole Burt Christine Rene Calhoun Leslie Ann Claibom Julia Vesey Close Timi L. Crawford James Isaiah Darden, Jr. Thomas Hunter DeBerry Edward Randall Degges, Jr. Melissa E. DiSpirito Andrea Elizabeth Dushaw TTiomas Ira Ewers Teresa A. Fields Douglas David Gear>' David Dylan Gerstcn Mohammed Moiez Ghadyali John Carl Giuffrida, Jr. * Michael Louis Giuliani Kathleen Erin Gratehouse David Alan Gray Kristine Marie Handren John Omar Suhail Hishmeh Sara Kay Horowit: Andrew M. Hudson Thomas Calvin Hughes III Charles Thoinas Jordan II Sean Patrick Keller Sandra Azita Keshavarzi Stephanie Ann Kleinman Katherine Thy Lam Le Christina Lynn Leine James Evan Levitt Jonathan Mitchell Lipchin Jack Edward Manning Michael Kevin Mazor Jennifer McHale William Charles Miller, Jr Joshua Alexander Moldover Vasilia Morton Layne Darren Moskowitz AUyson Marie Murphy Diana K. Nemeth Laurette Renee Newsom David A. Nieman Jennifer Lynn Norton David Patrick Novak Gregon' Horatio Nugent .'Kdam Michael Ochstein Michael Reed 0erend David Thomas Palladino Brian Alan Pozesky Brian Proctor Sheri Renee Recoon Renee Lynn Robertson Patricia Luisa Sanchez Hillary Beth Saperstein Steven Phillip Savageaux Michael Schetzel Peter Michael Schleck Felisa Dyan Sheskin Matthew Edward Spencer Kein David Spurrier James Hoo'er Stirling Janet Lea Stuber Richard Gregg Sugarman Marian Frances Tchou Paul Joseph Turley Di.iuglas Allen Van Winkle Brian A. Vaughn Lisa Marie Vecchiarelli Adam David Vexler Eric Howard Wadlin Elliot Charles Warren Michael C. Wathen Matthew Henry Colbert Wehland Tittinie Amber Wetzig Tiffany Lynn Winzell Vanessa Gail Young 22
  25. 25. August 1 99 J GradiiaU's Hearing and Speech Sciences Christine Ann Nhllcr Psychology Sarah jane Anders Diane Rochclle Aten Robert L. Bastress 11 Pamela Darcy Berg Marian Agnes Bovello Tracey Ann Cooper Karen Lynn Donovan Margaret Ann Feldmann Jon Charles FredlunJ Tracy Ellen Freyman Michael Wayne Gold Katherine A. Hart Theodore Tliomas Kadala Hanan M. Kamal Alan Jay Kellerman Wendi Allison Kellman Karen Denise Marsh Christopher Da-id Meagher Michell Yvette Memtt Kathleen Louise Minter Merrick Morse Irene Michele Myers Nicole Louise Nearman Marie-Claire Pearce Lawrence Anthony Piccmini Brian Joseph Rindos * Mit:y Amelia Ruiz Erin Catherine Shanahan Angela Marie Simonetti Kathy Michele Jackson Steele Pasha Dominique Stewart Jean M. Tippett Jennifer Kay Ulehla Ryan B. Vener Stuart Todd Zaller Shayne Philana Zimmerman Sociology Rachel Tamar Becker Kevin A. Conner Tracey Ann Cooper Mark James Douglas Laura Ann Duksta Mary Margaret Durkin 2nd Major: Criminology Linda Marie Goodwin Nora Otts Johnson Kimberly M. Kaplan Christine Mane Lomh t Jill Karin Magi Deborah Devere Martin Adrienne Catresa McLendon Guila Ohayon Anthony Michael Puglisi Vanessa Williamson Urban Studies Debra Lynn Ae::ano John Martin Baartz Beth A. Berghom Jeffrey Philip Barman Keith Andrew Brengle Bonnie Lee Grantham Cynthia Marie Hegarty Joseph Laurence Hodges IV Kenneth Marc Krulik Insook Lee Keith Michael Lynch Austin Murphy Pablo Alfonso Pisani Marilyn Beth Pomerantz Karen Lee Reddon Tira Delane Robinson Mark Howard Sherman Karen Jennifer Sloan Linda Diane Thomas Valanta Lynnetta Tliomas Michelle R. Wood Kimberly Ann Zanoni Bachelor of Science Geography Ric.irilo Barreto Lisa La Rue Ford Michael Anthony Petrakis William Russell Straw Todd Eric Weidman Psychology Mark Robert Anderson Ellen Elizabeth Blattner Avesha Khan College of Business and Management Bachelor of Science Accounting Anthony Gerome Austin * Deepak Bansal Kidane Gebre Berhe Mark Andrew Bouma Marian Lee Cook Jennifer B. Creighton Edward Michael Daniels Robert William Daniels Nicholas Doniinic Devaux * Keith Christopher Dorsey Sheila B. Doucet Brian Craig Dougherty Clydene Korlei Dowuona Israel A. Eiferman Norene Nathajia Eustaquio William Clem Gardner Prasanta K. Ghosh * Matthew Zahnvil Gottlieb Cynthia Anne Hackman t Christina Patricia Haiss Andrew Scott Hariton Claudia Ho * Michael J. Johnson Steven DeCheng Kao James Jang Kim Nicole Lynn Leiker § Joan Elizabeth Mayse Michael Damian Miller Tlieodore Phillip Palmer Gregory Patrick Rascher Justin Todd Renner JmTakRo Nilum Sharma Beverly Ruth Shykind § Ann Marie Smith Il-Hyuk Son Manoranjan Tayal Bethelhem Haile Tessema Kenneth James Thiele Man Chung Wang QiWen * Alice Catherine Wright Finance Michael E. AbiU Mohammad Masud Akbar Tim Mitchell Benter Kimberly Ann Calabro 2nd Major; Marl<eting Kelly Peter Campbell Naushad H. Chamdia Benjamin Delia Franca Jeffrey Scott Depo Danny Eisenberg 2nd Major: Acco^mting t Adam Jason Fechter Mohammed Moiez Ghadyali Sarah Christine Glynn Matthew Ross Goldstein Richard Paul Griffin, Jr. Cynthia Anne Hackman Brian Keith Hamilton David Michael Horvath David Erik Janzen Peter Gabriel Kerry Andrew Chih-Ho Lin Matthew Nicholas McGovem Monvalee Phathanothai Bradford Miguel Smith Rick Stephen Tagler Mark Christopher Uhl Michael Lee Walter General Business and Management Mark Edward Da-is Craig Charles Dawsey Merrill Marc Heller Michael Jason Kaplan Michael Thomas Kwaraceius Victoria Patanella LeBlanc t Bruce Allen La Fleur Deanna Marie Lombardo Thomas Byron Miller 11 Mark Burns Nardone Louisa G. Nichols Erin Justine O'Brien Richard Charles Osman Don E. Piccone Craig Steven Spencer Kah Bee Tan Deirdre Maureen Ward 23
  26. 26. § Summa cum Laude f Magna cum Laude * aim Liiudc Management Science and Statistics Kyle Stuart Comwell Suchita Guntakatta Gan' Michael Kennedy Ji Hii Lew JiUReneeMulchi Marketing Sheila R. Chopra Franco Cian Pierre Clemenceau Karen Patricia Collins Christopher Francis Doherty 2?iii Major: Gaieral Business aiid Management Mark A. Ennis Lorraine C. Francis Jonathan Andrew Gitelman Patricia L.Hill Daniel Nathan Hoffman Isaac I. Hsu John D. Jordan Chris L. Kleppin Andrianna Koskoris Caroline Ling Kuan Helen F. Lee Jennifer Ann LeRoy Kathy Mallis Michael Ferlise Mastria Michelle Margret-Marie Maxwell Mark Hayden Melvin Tracy L. Mostow Carlos Alberto Ohanian Gail Lynn Paris Adam Peake Catherine Lea Rosander Laura Ann Shannon Stephanie Anne Tokar Jay Aaron Torchinsky § Grace Ying Tuanmu Karen Barbara Webster Jennifer L. Wtxjd IndMajar: Transpanation Kimberlee Ann Zeller Personnel and Labor Relations Melody Lynn Dean Frances Rae Geronimo Melissa Regina Gottlieb Janet Martin Hunter 2rui Major: Marketing Kurt Fredrick Kissler Teyon O. McCoy Transportation Kathy Ann Bongers Dorothy Jane Hersey Matthew Trew Huseman Jeffry Lee Mason Michael Gregory McVearry, Jr. 2nd Major: Marketing College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences Bachelor of Science Computer Science Yulan Bai Martin Garcia Bennertz Giselle Simone Bryan Tijuana Swanson Cacanindin Winthrop Desmond Chan Daniel Craig Cuniss Kathr>'n Claire DelGandio Mmh Tam Ngoc 13o Jeffrey Charles Kight Changsoo Kim Henry H. Kim Jae Rung Kim Peter Shinsung Lee Edward Mark Mittman Lynda Lou Norris Steven Michael Pichney Kenneth Leland Stone Michelle N. Tran Nohuyoshi Watanabe Anna Hua Zhong Mathematics Cali Chen Lawrence Denwood Jackson Kimberly Marie Navarta Natalie Ann Norris Katherine Chry'stine Prine Barry M. Shay Margaret Ann Stavish Adrienne Beth Weiner Physical Sciences David Lee Chin David Carl Stutzer Anthony Grant White Physics Justin Robert Cohen Michael Edward Haken Arvind Sinha Ari Michael Solow t Juan Alejandro Valdivia College of Education Bachelor of Arts English Education Melanie Jeanne Qiates Beth Melanie Price Michael Allen Smith Science Education Kevin Dale Sebum Social Studies Education Patricia Page Stallsmith Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education Michele Lynn C'ortado Elementary Education Jeannine Marie Micknick Kristy Anne Mothershead Rita M. Reluzco Home Economics Education Cynthia Bird Beeg Kathryn Patricia Pace Industrial Arts Education Keith Irving Tautkus Brian Stephen V'iolett Industrial Technology Zenon Michael Dankewych Roberto Aramis Gutiertez Hyeong Joon Son Michele Lynn Stagnoli Danita Marie Thomas Music Education Erik Christopher Glottelty Science Education Sharon Kay Clavell John George Rumbaugh Social Studies Education Nathan Charles Johnson Stacey D. Levitan Mark Anthony Sutton David Bruce Wehking Special Education Linda M. Davis College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Undesignated Engineering Christopher John Dobry Howard Jay Luterman Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering Aerospace Engineering Lynn Natalie Carlson Omar Stephen Custodio George Thomas Grewe Oliver David Hirschteld t Joon Han Lee Joseph Anthony McElwee James Gordon Paterson, Jr. Edison W. Villacis T:u-Liang Yen Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Mohammad Dehgani Ghahjavarestani John Douglas Armstrong Jamieson 24
  27. 27. August 1991 Graduates Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Irene Theresa Andreadis Mitchell John Bonanno Thomas Scott Et:ler David Christopher Gantt Lane Wehster Swauger Michael Regan Zettler Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering * luan Luis Altaro Mark Edwin Bower § Palmyra Evangeline Catravas Jeffrey Allan ChiUa Laurice Hsin-yi Chow Phyllis Hiotis Tasuki Hirata * Owen James Hynes Amir Ka:em:adehmarand Ranjana Khan Cuong Doan Le t Joon Han Lee Tony S. Lee Michael Ricardo Lopez Anna Le Luo Mohsen E. Mahoudian Phu Viet Mai Harry George Mantakos Ketan Lalit Mehta Louis Anthony Morell Hiep T. Nguyen Joseph George Pendell Kirk Andrew Redman Pejman E Shariti Jonathan Kendall Shuttlewood Gregory Maxwell O'Connor Smith James Allan Wigle Bachelor of Science in Fire Protection Engineering Fire Protection Engineering Michael Lewis Edwards Dan Hoang Waseem Akhter Khan Brian Mark McGraw Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Marcel Brian Joel Belanger Hugh Patrick Caherty 11 Scott Steven Chappie Paul Yonkeun Cho Douglas Muir Ferguson Christopher Daniel Flanigan John Brads Gilbert Cesar Maria Gomez-Hernandez David Le William Wong Lee Michael G. Lyons Geoffrey Scott Nesbitt Tai Loi Ng Vonna Lynne Ordaz Tracy Beth Styslinger All M. Tafreshi Anil P. Tailor College of Health and Human Performance Bachelor of Science Health Education Terry Frances Gramaglia Kinesiological Sciences Todd Raymond Gazelle Kenneth Todd Gillmer Deborah Maureen Johns Janine Dungan Nyce David Douglas Parker Paul Michael Romanchock Julie Michele Rosenberg Recreation t Jeffrey David Bricken Lawrence Samuel Doyle Victoria Noel Fink Jennifer Lynne Judd Evan John Kintzios t Diana Melody Neeriemer Laurie Allison Penchina College of Human Ecology Bachelor of Science Consumer Economics Agostino Roberto Buono William John Cammarata Christina Cheryl Chai Robin Michelle Doser Denise Marie Gouldman Mouly Phuong Hay Marci Sue Kammarmnn Odin Pierre Moody Melissa Mane Moul Don Edward O'Dell Tresa Denese Pinkney Theresa Ann Regan Carol Jean Seale Ayelet Steiman Mamie Lynn Stone Gianluca Stefano Zucchet Dietetics Chantal Mary Buettner Family Studies Christina Beth DeRosa Michele Allison Essig Belinda R. Fassett Jennifer A. Graham Lee Kathryn Hoyle Amy Dawn Kudler Christine Marie McHugh Lynn Beth Parker Marjorie Lynn Rockman Elizabeth Robin Stearns Lawrance Lee Thomas Lorena M. Ugarte Management and Consumer Studies Amy Elizabeth Armstrong t Patricia Lynn Brandt Margery Anne Dugan John Thomas Landon, Jr Richard Michael Ottone, Jr. Daniel Thomas Rohn John Norman Valdivieso Textile Marketing/Fashion Merchandising Andrea Carol Braun Cassandra Marie Clifton Rhea Lynn DeMar Caren Ann Goldstein Katherine Marie Johnson Ilene Beth Laufer Mee Young K. Lee Jany Yu Quitugua Cara Jill Weisberg Textile Science Vanessa Dawn Coles College of Journalism Bachelor of Science Journalism Wendy Elizabeth Babbitt Evan L. Bass Elicia Brand Heather Lynn Carr Nora Chemcrinski Mark I. Dziadek Kathy Ellen Eloam Carin Lynn Ganjon Gerald William Gottesman Jennifer Carol Hendrickson Ina Marie Johnson Ann Elizabeth Kirwan Wendi E'e Leibowitz Rae Meredith Mims Susan Jill Mosley Jacques L. Nouvel Linda Ellen Odda Mary Louise Pappas 25
  28. 28. S Sinnma aim LaiuL; T Magiui aim LmiJc * aim Laiidc This crest adorns the west pediment of Ritchie Coliseum. Completed in 1932, the building is named for former Govemer Albert C. Ritchie. Kirsten Anne Powers Indira Priyadharshini Ranganachan Hope Amy Rosenberg Susan Mildred Safferman Prastana Sinha Dianna Lynn Sisas Beth Ann Speranzella t Lauren Michelle Stanley Leah Anne Stockett Stephanie Marie Stoughton Jennifer Lynn Trendler Oregon' S. Warner Laura Elizabeth Weller LaNissir Wliite College of Life Sciences Bachelor of Science Biochemistry Alkesh Prain Brahmbhatt Yun Hee Cho Mojgan Sarmadi Brigilda Cocos Teneza Chemistry Scott George Crum San Ming Hui Prabhjot Kaur Kakar Patricia Ann Valdes Entomolog>' Kex'in M. Higgins General Biological Sciences Daid '. Badau i Julie Ann Deaner Lori Drourr Anna Yumi Hahn Alex Garrett Holland, Jr Youngjoi) Min David Patrick Morgan Camran Vatan Parast Susan Yeon Park Carmen Iris Ramirez Benjamin Nicholas Sacks Peter Johann Schmeissner Daid Andrew Temporado Microbiology Avril Jacqueline Gonsalves Aniko C. Papp Kathleen Ellen Simpson Steven W. Yang Zoology- Richard Jolin Bodine § Ronald N. Goodman Kim Jacqueline Hill George Young Undergraduate Studies Bachelor of General Studies Lora Carol Brody Jilian Eden Klusner David E Reed Sandra Suggs Edward Joseph Sweeney Certificate Programs Women's Studies Lisa Ann Henderson Leah Anne Stockett Commissions Second Lieutenants U.S. Air Force Reserves David Alan Gray 26
  29. 29. CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATE DEGREES DECEMBER 1991 This decorative bull's eye window graces the front pediment of the Reckord Armory. Built in 1944, the "New" Armory, as it was then called, was first used for commencement exercises on June 27, 1945. Doctor of Philosophy Quadri A. Adeseun Criminal Justice and Criminology The Impact of Reiigiosiry on Delinquent Behaviors Jamshid Aflaki Mechanical Engineering Fluid D^'namits of Poppet Valves Silhacen Aid Physics Measurement of the Ratio of Neutron Cross Section to Proton Cross Section in Muon Deep htelastic Scattering at 490 Gevic Karim Amrane Mechanical Engineering SnnuktiDn ofVapirr Compression Heat Pumps with Solurion Circuits Sabinus O. Anaele Agricultural and Extension Education The Role of Black Churches in the Provision of Services to the Poor Kenneth E. Andrew Industrial, Technological and Occupational Education A Cojnparison of Mai-yland Behaviors About Hearing Conservation Pracrices and Their K'nou 'ledge of the Harmful Effect of Noise Sema K. Aydede Ecom miics Isik A. Aytac Sociology' Ocaipationol Sex-Segregation , Marital Pou'er, and Household Division of Labor John W. Bailey Computer Science A Re-Engineen7ig Factory ffff Software Component Reuse Martha B. Bailey Government and Politics Tlie Role of Political Attitudes in Ldicrr Union Decline Deborah B. Bandalos Measurement, Statistics and Evaluation FactOTs Influencing the Cross-Validaticin of Confirmatory Factor AnaK'sis Models Hema A. Bandaranayake Botany Induction, Trans/ormation and Cluiracterijation o/ Herliicitle Resistance m Nicotiana Saibal Banerjee Computer Science Algorithmic Aspects of Map Estimation Jessica S. Banthin Economics Choice of Health Imurance and Models of Behavior under Uncerioint^i The Decemher 1991 class roster comprises degree candidates from the undergraduate and graduate programs at the University of Mar^'land at College Park. As final action cannot always he taken tor candidates hy the time this program is printed, the list of candidates here is tentative only. The university reserves the right to withdraw or add names. Diplomas (for other than doctoral degrees) will be mailed hy the Office of Records and Registrations. 27
  30. 30. Jian-Zhong Bao Chemical Physics Impedance Spectroscopy of Human Erythrocytes Dawn C. Barnes Radio, Television and Film Intcnacial Romance in Hollywood Cinema: 1965-1975 Charles Barone Psychology The Assc:ismcm of Adolescent Peer Group Norms William T. Barton Education Policy, Planning, and Administration A Semiotic AnaK'sis of Teacher Generated Wall Displays in Secondary English Classrooms Chantelle M. Beal Textiles and Consumer Economics Interaction of Long Chain Quaternary Aminonmm Compowvls with Te.xnfe Suhsnates Sarvotham M. Bhandarkar Mechanical Engineering Thermomechanical Aiu]/sis arid Fatigue Life Prcdicnon of Plated Through Holes m iultilayered Printed Wiring Bauds. Aniket Bhattacharya Physics QiMntHtn Monte Carlo Simukrion on Huhhard Model for Hig/i- Tempeniture Superconductors Dina Birman Psychology BiLiiltKralism and Adjustment of Latino Immigrant Adolescents. Michael B. Blackburn Entomology /denti/icflrion of a New Diuretic Peptide fi-om Adult Manduca Se.vta. Betsey S. Blakeslee American Studies The Role of Oigani;ariona/ Culture in Employee Response. Rex 1. Blankinship Business and Management Query Optimirarion and Data Al/ocanon on Distributed Database Systems: An Integrated Solution Approach Kara T. Boatman Economics Telecomjnunicanons a^id Export Peiformance: An Empirical Ini'estigation of Developing Counmes Paul R. Boberg Physics The Momentu7n Transfer and Target Mass Dependence of the (e,e'p) Reaction On Carbon- 12 aid Copper-63 Jean Bolot Computer Science A Leasi-Squares Appro.vimation Technique with an Application to the Transient M/M/l Queue. E. D. Bomberger Music The German Musical Troijiing of the Second New England School. Deejon Bradby Psychology- Racial Identitv Attitudes of Black Students and Academic Persistence at a PredominantK- White University. Linda C. Brigham English Language and Literature Ret'olurionar>' Icons; Romanticism, Slielle. and Technologies of Re/erence. Mark M. Bundy Marine, Estuarine, and Enininmental Sciences An Economic Eiuluation of Maryland's Oyster Industry. Peter J. Burgess French Language and Literature Edirion and Siud of the Manuscript Arsenal No. 3645 containing a Life of St. Callierinc. Joan A. Burke English Language and Literature "In Another Dimension": H.D. In Proplietic Tradition Linda G. Byrd Ztxilogy Tie L'se of Molecular Probes to Localize the Nude Mutation on Moitse Chromosome 1 Carlos J. Camacho Physics Fluctuanons In Model Vesicles and Polymers Elisabeth A. Carmichael English Language and Literature Jolin Skelton and the Language of Reformation Lawrence J. Carroll II Biochemistry' P;yrui'ate Pliosp/iate DiKinase: Cloning, Chemical Mechanism and Tertiary Sfnicture. Ai-Ling Chai Marine, Estuarine, and Enironmental Sciences A Compreliensii-e Sampling Design for Oyster Stock .Assessment in iJie Maryland Portion of Chesapeake Bay Jinhwa Chang Aerospace Engineering A Study of Viscous Interaction Effects on Hypersonic Waveriders Dar-Zen Chen Mechanical Engineering D>'namic .AnaKsis and Synthesis of Geared Robotic Mechanisms Jun-Liang Chen Physics First-Pnnciples Studies of Ionic and Transition -Metal Microclusters Ruey-Shan Chen Entomology' CIiaracteri;anon of a Granulosis Virus ofHeliothis Armigera (Huber) From Scleral Lcpidopteran Hosts Joong D. Choi Agricultural Engineering E^ect of Imert'ening Land Use on Runoff Quality Roberta J. Cochrane Qmiputer Science Issues in Integrating Actii'e Rides Into Database Systems Richard Cohen Physics Optical and Transport Studies of Quasi One Dimensional Systems With Application to Conducting Polymers Moshe Coll Entomology Effects of Plant Habitat Diversity on the Mexican Bean Beetle and its Parasitoid, Pediobius Foveolatus Kathleen Cornell Education Policy, Planning, and Administration AnaK'sis of the Relarionship Bettceen W oric Culture and Selected Academic Measures of School Productiiity in Catholic Elementary Schools Using the Managing Productive Schools Model William J. Coyle Economics Tlie Fonnation of Distributional Coalitions and Firm Profitability Linda B. Cross Human Deelopment Narrative Styles in A/ncan-American Children: The Effects ofSES 28
  31. 31. Deccmf>L'r/991 Candidates James P. Darling Electrical Engineering Data Parallel Algimthiis for the Numerical Modeling of Semicoruiuctor Devices William T. Darnell Counseling and Personnel Ser'ices A Sti(d;v of the Vocational Characteristics ofDeaj High School Students L'sing Ho/land's Self-Directed Search-Foiin Easy Mary A. Delia English Language and Literature Letters to My Adi'isor; A Postmodern Convslxjiuience Edward J. Demarco Economics Taxes in a Model of Bank Portfolio Choice Dinakar S. Desai Animal Sciences Derel<j/.)mental Regulation o/ Itisulin-Like Growth Factor - I in Sheep Gifty M. Dowuona Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Famil>' Brtc/<ground and Educatiomrl Achietemeni in Ghana: A Look at Male and Fenwie L'nH'ersit Entrants From Residential Schools Elizabeth S. Draiek Microbiology Cloning of an Epimerase-like Gene front Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Ersin Dur Physics L'ncoiistrained BRST Superfield Theories Bryan E. Dutton Botany A Mono^aphic Study of the Genits Anemone L. (Raniinculiiceae)Secti(m S;yli'ia Gaudin Erica J. Edelman Counseling and Personnel Services E.vplOTation of Salient Student Characteristics Involved in Committee Decision-mfllcing Regarding Placement of Children into Specialized Programs /or the Highl Gifted Mohamad Elbaraka Electrical Engineering Optitnal Control of Large Space Structures Noel L. Eller Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Benefit Segmeniaticm: Implications /or the RecTiaiment oj Maryland Associate Degree and Baccalaureaxe Nursing Studeiits Xinhua Feng Botany Int'oliement o/Cytokinins and Protein Kintises in Nicotiana Genetic Twmrrigenesis Carla B. Ford Human Development An E.vamination 0/ the Relationship BetU'een the Family Eni'ironment and School Adtiptanon and Academic Achiei-ement in Homeless Children Filing in Transitiomil Housing L'nits Patricia A. Francis American Studies "Never a Stranger" : Margaret Mead as an American Celebrity Debra M. Franklin Journalism The Media Attorney as Gate Keeper: A Study 0/ the Role 0/ the Newspaper Counsel Patrick R. Gartin Criminal Justice and Criminology A Replication and Analytic Extension of the Minneapolis Domestic Violence Experiment Paula J. Gaynor Animal Sciences Effects of Diet Composition and Animal Characteristics on Blood Metolioliies , Milk Yield and Composition Janice R. Garde Textiles and Consumer Economics Texture Analysis of Wool Carpets Janette C. Garvin Civil Engineering Use of Image Processing to Identify Roadi and Individual Houses From Scanned High Altitude Photography Maria-Jocelyne Gessnar Psychology An Interpersonal Attrocrion Approach to Leader-Membei- Exchange Nita Ghai Economics Sai'ings Behai'iorand Financial Development: A Study /or India Peter M. Giovanoni Astronomy Effects of Relativistic Neutror^ on Active Gdatic Nuclei ModeLs Irene C. Glaser Curriculum and Instruction The Effects of Participating Art-Related Activities im Elementary Stuti.'nts' AFility to Retain In/ormarion Gail F. Goldman Counseling and Personnel Services R'ohut's Theory of Narcissism: Its Relationship to Adolescent Substance Ahi«e Deborah F. Grandner Counseling and Personnel Services The Relationship Between Moral Deielopmeni and W'hiie Racial Identity Dei'elopment David K. Griegel Physics Nucleon Propagation in Nuclear Matter: A QCD Sum Rule Approach Indrani Gupta Economics Changing Ineqiudities in Lifetime Earnings Daniel J. Gustafson Agricultural and Extension Education Profrram Management Characteristics and Agricultural Extension Perfonrumce: An Examiruition 0/ International Extension Project /nien'entions William P. Guthrie Government and Politics On the Role of Interest Groups in the Policy Implementation and Ei'aluiition Processes William L. Hammarstan Nuclear Engineering Assessment of Partial Failures on Nuclear Plant Safety Hae W. Han Textiles and Consumer Economics The Effect of Social Status on the Demand /or Apparel Ming Han Chemistry Coal - and Oil - Fired Potver Plants Contributions to the Atmosphere of Maryland Diane K. Hancock Chemistry Isolation and Structure Determination 0/ a L^iiijue Pyoiwdine- type Siderophore Containing L-threo-beta-hydroxyhisti&ie Hong Hao Physics Aspects of Dynamic Critical Phenomena in a Single -Component Fhtid 29
  32. 32. Jill Harp Chemistry Investigatium of the Reactivities of Tet^-aalkylstannes Bronda F. Harrison Agronomy Ph-tol)hlhora Resistance m Perennial Glycine Species Nedra Hartzell Counseling and Personnel Services The Schlossherg Trartsition Model and Re-Entr^ AtixicT^ Among Peace Corps Volunteers Mahmoud A. Hassan Horticulture The Biology" o/ AgTohticterium V'ectoied Ruhiis Transfonnation and Selection of Transjoiined Plants. Barbara E. Haughey Curriculum and Instruction Effects of Variation in Text, in Instruction and in Directions on Sok'ing Mathematics Word ProWems, on Reading Comprehension and on Strategy Use Jeffrey A. Hayes Psychology Male Counselors' Reactions to Gay and HIV-infected Clients Jean-Yves Herve Computer Science Coni|5iiter Vision for Navigation Tasks Tilak M. Hewagama Astronomy An h^frared Polarimetric Study of SwMpots Emily Hoffnar Economics An Efftcwnc-^ Wage Model of the Labor Market Impact o/ Adiwiice Notice Legislation Neil A. HoUiker Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Dual Institutional Accreditanon : A Stud>' of Bible Colleges with Both National and Regional Accreditation Wen-Shuen Hong Civil Engineering Belimior of Two-Span Composite Bridge Girders Designed Iry Autostress Metliod(ALFD) Helen M. Housley Theatre To Inherit the Wind: Margo Jones as Director Kae-Sheng Hsueh Nuclear Engineering An Integrated Simulation Model For Plant/Operator Beliavior in Accident Conditions Shaobing Hua Botany Molecular Characterization of Photosystcm II 2}-kLi Polypeptide and its Gene in Nicotiana Qishen Huang Business and Management Aspects 0/ Multiiuriute Vanaliilit>' m Quality' Control Yunus Hussain Electrical Engineering Design and Perfm-mance Eraluation of a Class of Finite-State Vector Quanlijers Shirley Hymon-Hendricks Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Bridging tlie Gap Bettceen Fosliion Retail Education and Employment: An Assessment of the Benefits and Limitations of Existing Practices Gail Ifshin Economics The Institutional Determinants of United States Agricultural Police Bryan C. Jack Economics Jmenuitioiuil Public Goocis: Tlie Economics of Their Provisioii and Cost-Control Incentives Under the Coumdt-Nas/i H>pollresis Ching Y. Jan Electrical Engineering Composite Interconnection Networks for Parallel Computers Dianne N. Janczewski Zoology Pli)'logen>' 0/ tlie Felidae Based on Mitochondrial DNA Setjuence Comparisons Robert W. Janes Government and Politics Bie^hnei'ism and New Thinking in Soi'iet-Finnisli Relations Katharine A. Jankowski Public Communication The Battle of Ideologies: A Struggle For Oicnership in the Deaf Community Linda V. Jefferson Counseling and Personnel Services The Relarionship Betu'een Stages of Change arid Premature Tennination Among Alcohol Dependent Clients in an Outpatient Treatment Program Li-Feng Jiang Physics Search for "Precursor" Ph^ysisorption o/02 and CO on tlie (III) Surface of Nickel; Blockage of Chemisorption try Monola^ier Amounts of Neon Catalina M. Johnson Hearing and Speech Sciences Emergence 0/ Syntactic Subject in Monolingual Acquisition of Spanish Wen-Yuan Kao Botany The Effect of Environmental Factors on Paraheliotropic Leaf Moi'ement Barbara J. Kasten Curriculum and Instmction A Study 0/ Individual Pattenis in the Use of Reflective Thinking in the Self Reports of a Field Experience Aurora L. Katterjohn Psychology The Effect That Personal and Social Resources of Coping Mechanisms Hai'e on the Psychological Well-Being 0/ Mexican-American Elderly Women Tetsuo Kawamura Physics Phonon and Impurity Scattering Limited Electron Mobilities in ALx GaJ-x As/GaAs Heterojunctions Anita M. Kedas Human Development Maryland Minor Life Ei^ents Scales: Instrument Development David M. Kehne Electrical Engineering Experimental Studies of Space-Charge Dominated Non-LJni/orm Electron Beams in a Periodic Solenoid Channel Henry E. Kelly Edtication Policy, Planning, and Administration A Comparison 0/ the Perceptions of Teachers Employed in Priiate Catholic High Schools Administered by Lay and Religious Principals Carol F. Keydel Counseling and Personnel Ser'ices An Exploration 0/ Perception and Coping Behai'ior in Family Memhers Lii'ing With a Closed Head Injured Relatii'e 30
  33. 33. December 199 1 Candidates Frederick D. Kim Aerospace Engineering Ftmmuiim cmi Vcdidalion of High-Order MathLnnadcal Mcidt'Ls o/ Helicopter Flight /);yiii;!)iiic.s Jeong H. Kim Reliability Engineering A Bayesian Model For Aggregating Expert Opinioiu Kee ]. Kim Chemical Engineering Maiding arid Control of Continuous Free Radical Polymeri-atinn Reactors Stephen F. Knack Economics Essays on Voter Participation Keng-Tai Ko Computer Science On Congestion Control in High-Speed W^ide-Area Networks Clarence M. Korendyke Physics Predicted Optical Performance and Design of a Near-UV Coronagraph: A New litstrutnent to Observe Ion Temperatures and Electron Densities in tfie Inner Corona Alfred H. Krall Jr. Physics CJsciiiating-Bi)d;y Viscomen^ and its Application to a Phase -Separating Liquid Mixture Chun C. Kung Electrical Engineering Inductive Energy Storage Systems and Photoconductive Semiconductor Opening Switch Ohbin Kwon Mechanical Engineering Numerical Study of Turbulent Reacting Flcnv in an Internal Combustion Engine Cylinder Shoupeng Lai Botany Molecular SiructKre of the VacuoLir H+Translocating ATPose from a Higher Plant loannis E. Lamhadaris Electrical Engineering Same Problems oj Admission and Routing Control in Modem Computer Communication Networks Rajiv Laroia Electrical Engineering Ana/>'Sis and Design of a Fixed-Rate Structured Vectin- Qimntijer Derived From Variable-Length Scalar Quantizers David A. Lat;ko Economics Wars.Slrikes. and Legal Disputes: A Study of Conflict and its Resolution Richard D. Layton Music Large-Scale Torial Connections in Robert Sclimiiann's Dic/iteWiefee Virginia A. Lerch Horticulture Genetic and Phenotypic Diversity Within and Among Species, Groups and Breeding Lines of an Itnpatiens Gcrrnplosm Collection Maria L. Levav Human Development Attention Perfoiinance in Children Affected With A'rsence Epilepsy and Their First Degi'ee Relatives Ming-Guang Li Electrical Engineering Intenni.ving Optical and Microicai'e Sig7ials in GaAs Microstrip Circuits and its Applications Qi Li Physics Resonant Ionization Mass Spectroscopy (R/MS) A^ a Tool For NonLinear Spectroscopy in Atomic Calcium Under Strong Optical Field Yan Liao Mechanical Engineering Dropwise Evaporative Cooling of Solid Surfaces Kuo Liaou Chemical Engineering Effect of Pulsating Flow, Acoustic Vihmtum and Subcooling on Incipient Boiling Hysteresis Chang-Pin Lin Mechanical Engineering Fonnal Representation, V'ei'i/ication and Implementation of Rule Based Infoimatiun Systems for Integrated Manufacturing ( INSIM) Chaun-Ping Lin Civil Engineering Motiel Studies of the Effects of Explosion for Application to the Lunar Surface Feng L. Lin Business and Management Integer Progi-amming Models With Reliability Constraints Yin-Nian Lin Chemistry The Syntheses of New Spiro Monomers and Their Polymerizations Nancy C. Lindley Music Singer Radiami Pazinor and American Music: The Peijonner as Advocate Peter J. Linstrom Chemical Engineering Model Based Statistical Process Control for Continuous Processes Silvia R. Lopes Mathematical Statistics Spectral Estinuition m Frequency Modulated Models Wei-Ran Lou Electrical Engineering Experimental Studies of High Pmver Plasma-Filled Backieard Wave Oscillatms David M. Mackie Physics Optical and X-Ray Properties of Polyacetylene Anil P. Macwan Nuclear Engineering Shirley ]. Magnusson Curriculum and Instruction The ReLmonship Betu'een Teacher Content Knowledge and Pedagogical Content R'notcledge and Student R'nou'ledge oj Heat Energy and TempeiatU7e Concepts- Betty L. Malkus Human Development A Comparision oj Families of Substance Abusing and Non-Substance Abusing Adolescents Using Olsen'.s Circumple.v Motlel of Family Functioning Yolanda E. Mancilla Psychology Social Networks and Social Suppoit in Transcultural Transitions: The Case of Latin American Immigrant Adolescents in U.S. High Schools Alfredo A. Marchetti Cheinistry Charge and Mass Distribution in Cl-biduced Nuclear Reactiims 31
  34. 34. Gemma A. Marolda Government and Politics British and German Economic Relations With Japan: Strengthening the 'i'eak Link' m a New Western Secunty Regime Francis J. Marra Public Communication Crisis Pubhc Relations Stefan E. Martin Linguistics Topics m the Syntax of Norstandard English Richard VV. May Civil Engineering An Analysis System far Evaluating the Structural Performance of Asphalt Coiicrete Mixes Michael ]. Mazarr Policy Studies Minimal Nuclear Forces and L'.S. National Security Sidney Mazel Kinesiology The Effects of Strength Training on Bone Mineral Density and Bane Remodeling in Middle Aged and Older Men Joseph E. Mazur Physics A Survey of 0.4-80 MeVINucleon Solar Flare Particle Abundances arid Energy Spectra Paul ]. McCusker Psychology A Stud of Batterers Court-Ordered to Counseling: Explorations of Changes in Pei'sonal Meaning Ssiems Michael S. McQueney Chemistry Jnt'esrigation of the Terraii%-merui Pyriformis W. 2-Aminoethylphosphonic Acid Bios>nilieric Patliuw^" and the P-C Bond Forming Enzyme Phosp/ioenolfr*na'ate Mutose Bahram Meyssami Chemical Engineering A Sstemi Approach to the Automation of Process Modeling Activities James A. Milke Aerospace Engineering Modeling and Evaluation of the Effect of Short Term Heating on the Structural Performance of Composites Samer Minkara Electrical Engineering MicToelectronic ReaUzatian of Logic Functions Using Solitons Amir Mirmiran Civil Engineering Nonlinear Stability Analysis of Prestressed Sandwich Arches L'sing the Finite Element Method Lorraine S. Monaco Economics The Price-Income Side of an Jnterindustrv' Macroeconomic Model: Development and Simulanons Barbara E. Morris-Troiano Counseling and Personnel Services The Use of Structural Equation Modeling to Test a Causal Model Relating Key Variables to Compulsii'e Eating and Bulimia in Undergraduate X' omen Daniel P. Mosser Industrial, Technological and Occupational Education Delphi Study of the Future of BaccalauTreatio Level Industrial Technology Prograim (1991 - 2015 A. D.) Debra S. Munk Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Adelphi Study of Stakeholder's Perceptions of the Ideal English Curriculum Far the Year 2000 Thomas O. Murray Education Policy, Planning, and Administration The Process Utilized in the Selection of Computerized Financial Systems far Institutions of Higher Learning Mary V. Murtha English Language and Literature The Visible Circle: Hawthorne and the Literary Sketch in America Rakesh Nagi Mechanical Engineering Design and Operation of Hierarchical Production Management Systems Jagannathan Narasimhan Electrical Engineering Recon/iguration of Programmable Stnictures Sharon L. Nelson Human Development Factors Related to Suicide Proneness Among Adolescents Nathan S. Netanyahu Computer Science CompulationalK' Efficient Algonthms For Robust Estimation Lois H. Neuman Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Predictors of Performance on the Nursing Licensure Examinaaan in a LPN-RN Program Francis S. Nicol Curriculum and Instruction The Secoruiary School Cumadum and Its Relevance to the Manpower Needs of Sierra Leone Vivek M. Nirkhe Computer Science Ann M. O'Mara Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Tlie Relationsliip Belu'een Nursing Faculty ProducriiitN' and C/iairperson Leadership Style Beth A. O'Brien Counseling and Personnel Services An Exploratory Study of the Career Aspirations, Career Progression, and Career Mobility of Ten Executives at Midhfe Marilyn J. Olson Curriculum and Instruction Prospective Teachers' Familiarity With Instructional Activities Recommemled Far Elementary School Geography Delys Ostlund Spanish Language and Literature The Reaction of History in the Fernando aiid Isabel Plays o/Lope de Vega Yen-Hao Pan Mechanical Engineering A Numerical Scheme Applicable to Both Incompressible and Compressible Time-Accurate Turbulent Nai'ier-Stofces Flows Kalpana Panigrahi Nutritional Sciences Studies on the Effects of Dietary Isomeric Fatty Acids in 3T3-L/ Celts, a Model for Lipid Metabolism in Adipose Tissue Haralabos Pavlopoulos Mathematical Statistics Starisiicol Inference For Optimal Thresholds Shirley S. Peck Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Research. Technology Transfer, and Jn/ormantm Flou' in Former Soviet Bloc Naticms: The Case of Hungary 32
  35. 35. Dcccmhcrl99l Candidates Thi Pham Physics Far Infrared Properties ofYBA2 Cu3 07 Crystals: Superconducmig State Sara Poggio Stx:iol(ig>' Geiuier Inequality as a Det<.'n7imaiil of Fertility Among Mexican ImmigranUi, Mexican Americans, and Non-Hispanics m the United States Margaret J. Potthast Measurement, Statistics and Evaluation A Simulatii in of Categorical Variable Met/iotlologv in Cunfinnatory Factor Analysis Delois M. Powell Mictobiology Taxonom;v o/ the Marine Geneia, H>p/io>noiws S/iewanelWAItcnmionai Based on Serology aiul Memhrane Protein Profiles and Analysis of Tyrosinase Activity in H Junnasc/iiana B. P. Prince Counseling and Personnel Services A Stud'* of Personality Types of Educators and Preferred Discipline Strategies Branislav M. Radak Physics Type U Su/ierstnngs in Curved Backgrowid-hyiv Energy Limit and Quantization Milind V. Rane Mechanical Engineering Two Stage Vapor Compression Heat Pump With Solution CircuiLs Anne M. Regan Counseling and Personnel Services Search and Commitment Processes in White Racial Identity Formation Shane L. Regdos Chemistry Radiopharmaceutical Quality Assurance L'nli:3ngNeutTO)i Actiiwrion Analysis and Post Colu?nn Reaction Detection Roger J. Reitman SiKiology Relatioiwl Rationaiit and Configurations of Control: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Labor Process Control George Y. Richardson Engineering Materials Prabaddh R. Riddhagni Nuclear Engineering Numerical and Experimental Determiiiation of Energy Deposited hy Fast Electrons in Plastic Tubes and Wire Jnsul<xtxons Judith M. Riggin American Studies The Sexes, the Sixties, and Doris Day Chloe E. Ringer Botany Det'elopinent of Gray Leaf Spot of Field Corn Caused (77 Cercospora Zeae-Mgydis Cathy C. Romeo Education Policy, Planning, and Administration Andrew C. Roper Kinesiology Perceiied Teaching Concerns Among Student Teachers of Physical Education and Their Coojxrative Teachers Thomas R. Rumbaugh Economics A General Equililmum Mtidel With Scale Economies and Imperfected Competition: An Applicatiori to the Welfare Costs ofTnuL' Restrictions Nancy A. Runion English Language and Literature Irtcorporating the Syllogis7n into the Teaching of Writing Nalin H. Samarasinha Astronomy Tempirral And Spatial Inliomogeneities in Comets Gretchen A. Schlabach Kinesiology The Effects of Training and Detraining on Dietary Fat Intake and Corticosterone Rhythms in the Osbome-Mendel Rat Joseph E. Serafy Marine, Estuarine, and Environmental Sciences The Quantification of Fish Assemblages Associated Witli Macrophytes: Investigations in Tidal Freshwater Chesapeake Bay Robert G. Shackleton Jr. Economics A 55 -Sector /dynamic MatToeconometric Interindustry Forecasting Model of the United Kingdom Courtney A. Shaw Textiles and Consumer Economics The Rise of the Artist/Vieaver: American Tapestry Weai'ing 1930-/990 Charlene Sheets Curriculum and Instruction Graphical. Numerical and Algebraic Representatioas in Computer-Rich Eni'ironments Suhung Shen Meteorology Tlie Interannual Variability of the East Asian Summer Monsoon and tlie Tropical Sea Surface Temperature arid Their Relationships Ning Shi Engineering Materials T/ienno-Meehanical Behavior of Sic/AI Composite Materials Deborah H. Silber Human Development Fearful aiid Ai'oidant Behavior In Children of Identified Phobic Parents Compared to Children of Nonphobic Parents Tracy A. Simonson Counseling and Personnel Services The Effects of Teachers' Verbal Beliat'iors on Kindergarteners' Perceptions of Competence Jennifer C. Smith Psychology The Insider's View of What Works in Marital Therapy: Clients' vs Therapists' Perceptions of the Effective Factors in Mantal Therapy Ruth A. Smith Health Education The Effect of Relaxation and Mental hriagery on Perceived Self Efficacy, Weight Loss and Body Composition Qisheng Song Entomology Identi/ication of Bursicon in the Housefly, Musca Domestica With Monoclonal Antibody Georgia L. Sorenson Curriculum and Instruction Listening to Leoilers: Emergent States of Leadership Jane W. Spruill Human Development The Relationship 0/ Mother's Job Characteristics to Work Commitment to Their Matunty Dentaiuis and Perceptions 0/ Their Children Mark T. Steen Biochemistry Characterization of the Operons Containing the Nisin Gene , in Lactococcus Lactis 1 1454, and the Subtilin Gene, in Bacillus Subtilis 6633 33