David Carlberg, Biological Sciences, had a book titledCleanroom
Microbiology for the Non-Microbiologist, published by CRC Press,
Boca Raton, Fla.
James Davis, Kinesiology, had a paper titled "Comparison
of stroke volume estimation for non-steady-state and steady-state graded
exercise testing" published in Clinical Physiology and Functional
Imaging, Vol. 25.
Lloyd Hile, Chemical Engineering, was the subject
of an article titled “Rising to the Top” in the December issue of PRISM
magazine of the American Society of Engineering Education. The story
discussed an innovative method developed by Hile for forming student
groups. Member selection is based on the review of anonymous resumes
each person provides. This gives students a proactive role in group
formation, avoids random selection or instructor assignment of groups,
and illustrates the importance of preparing an effective resume.
Kelly Janousek, University Library, was recently elected
for a three-year term as membership director of the California Academic
and Research Libraries. This follows her spring election to the board
of the national Law and Political Science Section of Association of
College and Research Libraries.
Hamid Rahai, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
and his former graduate students Kelvin Bunsirisert and Carlos Orrala,
co-authored a paper titled "Profiles of Two Elevated Side-by-Side
Turbulent Jets in a Cross Flow," presented at the 43rd AIAA Aerospace
Sciences Meeting and Exhibit held Jan. 10-13 in Reno, Nev.