ACADEMY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


2001

GLOBAL TRENDS CONFERENCE


Radisson Aruba Resort and Casino

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles


DECEMBER 18 THROUGH DECEMBER 23, 2001

 

Contents

Welcome Reviewers
Special Events Schedule Conference Program
Program Committee Participants

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 


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WELCOME



It is our pleasure to welcome all participants to the 2001 Global Trends Conference of the Academy of Business Administration.

We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to everyone who contributed their time, energy and expertise to making this conference a success. Each participant's contribution helps the Academy fulfill its mission of disseminating high quality research in the field of business administration.

Each conference owes a large debt to the program committee. The track chairs have done a wonderful job of soliciting and reviewing quality work for this conference. As usual it is a pleasure for us to spend time with old friends and hear what everyone has been up to. At the same time, it is exciting to meet new participants and get to know them and their work. We hope you will join us in making an effort to make our newcomers welcome and encouraging them to come back again and again as many of you have done.

Over the years, we have tried very hard to create a warm and supportive environment in which conference participants can share their work. It is the thoughtful comments of the reviewers and the lively discussions of this work that truly make us proud of this conference.

We hope you enjoy the conference and your stay in the scenic and beautiful city of Vancouver.



Dr. David L. Moore

Program Chair

Dr. Sam Fullerton

Conference Chair

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SCHEDULE FOR SPECIAL EVENTS




TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18

2:00 PM-5:00 PM Registration

7:00 PM-9:00 PM Welcome Reception

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19

9:00 AM -1:00 PM Registration

9:00 AM-9:30 AM Coffee Break

9:30 AM-11:00 AM Competitive Sessions

11:00 AM-11:30 AM Coffee Break

11:30 AM-1:00 PM Competitive Sessions

1:30 PM-3:30 PM Luncheon

7:00 PM-9:00 PM Reception

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20

9:00 AM-1:30 PM Registration

9:00 AM-9:30 AM Coffee Break

9:30 AM-11:00 AM Competitive Sessions

11:00 AM-11:30 AM Coffee Break

11:30 AM-1:00 PM Competitive Sessions

7:00 PM-9:00 PM Reception

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21

9:00 AM-1:00 PM Registration

9:00 AM-9:30 AM Coffee Break

9:30 AM-11:00 AM Competitive Sessions

11:00 AM-11:30 AM Coffee Break

11:30 AM-1:00 PM Competitive Sessions

7:00 PM-8:00 PM Reception

8:00 PM-10:00 PM Awards Banquet

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22

9:00 AM-1:00 PM Registration

9:00 AM-9:30 AM Coffee Break

9:30 AM-11:00 AM Competitive Sessions

11:00 AM-11:30 AM Coffee Break

11:30 AM-1:00 PM Competitive Sessions

7:00 PM-9:00 PM Reception "Farewell Aruba - Hello Key West"

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23

TRAVEL DAY - HAVE A SAFE AND PLEASANT TRIP HOME AND WE HOPE TO SEE YOU IN KEY WEST AND WARSAW.


 


 

 

 

 





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2000 PROGRAM COMMITTEE


CONFERENCE CHAIR
PROGRAM CHAIR
SPECIAL SESSIONS
Dr. Sam Fullerton

Dr. David L. Moore

Dr. Mike McDonald
Eastern Michigan University

LeMoyne College

Georgia Southern University



TRACK CHAIRS

ACCOUNTING

Dr. Joseph S. Merrill, Southern Utah University

Dr. Mary Collins, LeMoyne College

Dr. Musa Darayseh, Purdue University - Calumet

Dr. Yousef Jahmani, State University of New York, Albany

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Prof. Bonni Baker, Siena College

Dr. Lillian Chaney, University of Memphis

Dr. Richard Featheringham, Central Michigan University

Dr. Nancy Csapo, Central Michigan University

Dr. Sara Hart, Sam Houston State University

CONTEMPORARY BUSINESS ISSUES

Dr. Frank Chong/Dr. Roy Farris, Southeast Missouri State University

Dr. Art Marinelli, Ohio University

Dr. John Seffel, University of the Incarnate Word

Dr. Linnea McCord, Pepperdine University

DECISION SCIENCES/INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Dr. Virginia B. Levsen, Coastal Carolina University

Dr. Nancy Goettel, Coastal Carolina University

Dr. Jim Bell, University of Central Arkansas

ECONOMICS

Dr. Bala Maniam, Sam Houston State University

Dr. Dimitrios Tsoukalas, Purdue University - Calumet

Dr. Terry Young, Pepperdine University

FINANCE

Dr. Mahmud Rahman, Eastern Michigan University

Dr. Ginette McManus, St. Joseph's University

Dr. Bala Maniam, Sam Houston State University



MANAGEMENT

Dr. Mary Lemons, University of Tennessee - Martin

Dr. George Gekas, Algoma University College

Dr. Frederick DeCasperis, Siena College

Prof. Rita Thakur, University of LaVerne



MARKETING

Dr. S. Altan Erdem, University of Houston - Clear Lake

Dr. Janice Dietz, University of LaVerne

Dr. Mohan Menon, University of South Alabama

David L. Moore, LeMoyne College

Dr. Rama Yelkur, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire



NON-PROFIT, PUBLIC SECTOR AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Ted Helmer, Northern Arizona University

Prof. Audrey Mathews, California State University - San Bernardino

Dr. Mitchell Rice, Texas A & M University






 

 

 

 


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REVIEWERS


Musa Al-Darayseh Purdue University, Calumet

Taiser Al-Zoubi Lawton University

Nader Asgary State University of New York, Geneseo

Bonni Baker Siena College

Martha Balachandran Middle Tennessee State University

Jim Bell University of Central Arkansas

Lillian Chaney University of Memphis

Frank Chong Southeast Missouri State University

Mary Collins LeMoyne College

Nancy Csapo Central Michigan University

Frederick Decasperis Siena College

Esmeralda DeLosSantos University of the Incarnate Word

Janice Dietz University of LaVerne

Rod Elrod University of the Incarnate Word

S. Altan Erdem University of Houston - Clear Lake

Roy Farris Southeast Missouri State University

Richard Featheringham Central Michigan University

Sam Fullerton Eastern Michigan University

George Gekas Algoma University College

Claire Gilmore King's College

Catherine Green The University of Memphis

Richard Green University of the Incarnate Word

Dale Gust Central Michigan University

Sara Hart Sam Houston State University

Ted Helmer Northern Arizona University

Sara Jackson University of the Incarnate Word

Yousef Jahmani Albany State University

Robert Joy Central Michigan University

Roberta Krapels The University of Mississippi

Mary Lemons University of Tennessee - Martin

Hadley Leavell Sam Houston State University

Virginia B. Levsen Coastal Carolina University

Bala Maniam Sam Houston State University

Art Marinelli Ohio University

Jeannette S. Martin The University of Mississippi

Audrey Mathews California State University - San Bernardino

Linnea McCord Pepperdine University

Mike McCullough University of Tennessee, Martin

Sandra McMakin University of the Incarnate Word

Ginette McManus St. Joseph's University

Mohan Menon University of South Alabama

Joseph S. Merrill Southern Utah University

David L. Moore LeMoyne College

Robert Pollock Purdue University, Calumet

Mahmud Rahman Eastern Michigan University

Joseph Rosetti Siena College

Mitchell Rice Texas A & M University

Mary Ellen Rosetti Hudson Valley Community College

Caroline Schellhorn Saint Joseph's University

John Seffel University of the Incarnate Word

Susan Switzer Central Michigan University

Rita Thakur University of La Verne

Larry Thomas Central Michigan University

Dimitrios Tsoukalas Purdue University - Calumet

Elaine Waples Purdue University, Calumet
Rama Yelkur University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
Terry Young Pepperdine University
Nursen Zanca University of the Incarnate Word

 

 

 

 

 



YOUR PROGRAM COMMITTEE IS PLEASED TO PRESENT YOUR PROGRAM FOR THE 2001 GLOBAL TRENDS CONFERENCE

OF THE ACADEMY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



TUESDAY, December 18, 2001

1:00 PM-5:00 PM REGISTRATION

7:00 PM-9:00 PM WELCOME RECEPTION








WEDNESDAY, December 19, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Business Education



ROOM A Session Chair: Clinton Richards

University of Nevada - Las Vegas


•Dealing with Differences: A Propaedeutics for International Business 101

Mark Bagshaw

Marietta College



•Two Pedagogical Approaches to Entrepreneurship Education Using an Intention-Based Model of New Venture Creation

Jose'e Audet

Universte du Que'bec a' Trois-Rivieres



•Business Education and Student Work Goals: Implications for Work Adjustment

Clinton Richards

University of Nevada - Las Vegas




WEDNESDAY, December 19, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Logistics, E-Commerce and Bayesian Analysis



ROOM B Session Chair: S. Altan Erdem

University of Houston - Clear Lake


•Evolving Logistics Strategies in the 1990's: A Preliminary Assessment

Michael A. McGinnis

Pennsylvania State University - New Kingston

Mohan K. Menon

University of South Alabama



•A Critical Look at E-Commerce: Issues of Practicality

S. Altan Erdem

University of Houston - Clear Lake

Richard L. Utecht

University of Texas at San Antonio



•A Bayesian Model for Analyzing Outcomes Assessment Data Greg M. Lepak

Wally J. Elmer

LeMoyne College


WEDNESDAY, December 19, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM Petroleum Pricing and Futures Trading and Emissions Trading



ROOM C Session Chair: Bahram Adrangi

University of Portland


•Price Dynamics and Discovery in the U. S. Energy Market

Bahram Adrangi

Arjun Chatrath

University of Portalnd



•The Message in Convenience Yields: Evidence from Petroleum Futures

Arjun Chatrath

Bahram Adrangi

University of Portland



•Kyoto Protocol and COP-6 Decisions: A Theoretical Framework for Emissions Trading

Kanwalroop Kathy Dhanda

Bahram Adrangi

Arjun Chatrath

University of Portland







WEDNESDAY, December 19, 2001

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM COFFEE



11:30 AM - 1:00 PM



Room A Session Chair Lawrence N. Waterbury

Quinnipiac University


 



•Intra-Organizational Barriers to Efficient Management of Knowledge Resources

Mark R. Meckler

University of Portland



•The Challenge of Implementing and Sustaining High Performance Work Systems in the U. S.: An Evolutionary Analysis of I/n Tek and Kote

Bill Barnes

University of Portland



•National Charities Information Bureau Vs. Financial Accounting Standards Board

Lawrence N. Waterbury

Quinnipiac University




WEDNESDAY, December 19, 2001

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM COFFEE

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Living Wages, Sustainable Development and Baby Boomers

 

ROOM B Session Chair: M. B. Neace

Mercer University




•A Discussion of Offering the Living Wage

Jean Gordon

Barry University



•A Holistic Perspective on the Road to Sustainable Development M. B. Neace

Mercer University



•Baby Boomers: An Untapped Market for Religious Organizations

John J. Considine

LeMoyne College

 









WEDNESDAY, December 19, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 PM On the Web

ROOM C Session Chair: Japhet H. Nkonge

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College




• Brokerage of Human Expertise: An Overview of Expert Websites

on the Internet

Vipul K. Gupta

St. Joseph's University



• A Web Study to Determine the Impact of Education Level on
Shopping and Buying Preferences at the Mall and On the Web

Jane S. Reid

Youngstown State University

• A Qualitative Study of Perceptions of Web-Based Instruction and

How They Influence Adoption and Management of Related Technologies

Japhet H. Nkonge

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College



 



THURSDAY, December 20, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Contemporary Business Issues

ROOM A Session Chair: J. Michael McDonald

Georgia Southern University



• Do We Use SWOT Analysis Effectively?

Gideon Falk

Casimir C. Barczyk

Purdue University - Calumet



• A Cross Cultural Comparison of Generation X Consumers in the

U. S. and France

Rama Yelkur

University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire



• Perceived Image of Utah and Tourist Satisfaction

Soyoung Kim

University of Georgia



• Critical Issues Facing Web MBA Programs

J. Michael McDonald

Georgia Southern University






THURSDAY, December 20, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Finance, MIS and Economics

ROOM B Session Chair: Dimitrios Tsoukalas

Purdue University - Calumet




• The Brazilian Financial Market Crisis: Lessons Learned for US

Investors

C. Pat Obi

Shomir Sil

Purdue University - Calumet



• The Importance of Studying MIS Relative to Other Business

Disciplines

Denise Woods

Purdue University - Calumet



• Macroeconomic Fluctuations in Emerging Economies: The

Cypriot Economy

Dimitrios Tsoukalas

Purdue University - Calumet






THURSDAY, December 20, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Students and Cross Culture

ROOM C Session Chair: Roy Farris

Southeast Missouri State University


• Students Who Want and Students Who Won't: The Marketing of

Distance Learning

Stacy M. P. Schmidt

California State University - Bakersfield

David L. Ralph

John E. Richardson

Pepperdine University



• Distance Learning: The Classroom Takes a Trip

Marjorie Adams

Morgan State University



• A Study of Gender Diversity Within the Administration of
Colleges and Universities in the United States

Roy Farris

Frank Chong

Dana Schwieger

Southeast Missouri State University








THURSDAY, December 20, 2001

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM COFFEE

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Information and Communication Technology and Minority

Populations



ROOM A Session Chair: Mitchell F. Rice

Texas A & M University




• Using E-Government to Reduce the Digital Divide

Jon P. Grant

Craig L. Johnson

Indiana University - Bloomington



• The Digital Divide: U. S. and International Perspective

Mitchell F. Rice

Texas A & M University



• Discussant:

Carol W. Lewis

University of Connecticut - Storrs






THURSDAY, December 20, 2001

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM COFFEE

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Macroeconomics and Financial Planning and Statements

ROOM B Session Chair: William Nelson

Indiana University Northwest




• Simulation in Financial Planning: Essential Tool or Passing Fad?

Bala Arshanapalli

Ed D'Ouville

William Nelson

Indiana University Northwest



• Recent Movements Away from Historical Cost Reporting in

Financial Statements

Patrick Casabona

Victoria Shoaf

St. John's University



• Dividend Policy of Financial Institutions versus Unregulated

Firms: Do Insiders Matter?

Atul K. Saxena

Mercer University






THURSDAY, December 20, 2001

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM COFFEE

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM International Emerging Issues and Impacts: Public Administration and Non/Profit Management



Room C Session Chair David L. Moore

LeMoyne College




Public Administrative Reform: Can Governmental Accounting be

Used as a Reform Driver

Magdalena Bleyer

University of Klagenfurt



Corporate Governance in Canada: Broadening the Debate

Jeffrey Roy

Mike Miles

University of Ottawa






FRIDAY, December 21, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Marketing

ROOM A Session Chair: Robert Settle

Salisbury State University


• Consumer Attitudes of Food Biotechnology and Global Marketing Implications

Diane Tidwell

Kathy Wachter

Juan L. Silva

Roberto S. Chamul

University of Mississippi



• Consumer Attitudes Toward Returning Goods

Robert Settle

Pamela Alreck

Salisbury State University



• Pressed for Time: The Hurried American Consumer

Pamela Alreck

Robert Settle

Salisbury State University






FRIDAY, December 21, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Pot Pourri



Room B Session Chair Arthur Marinelli

Ohio University






• Health Services and Migrations in the Area of Milan. Non-Profit

Organizations: Support and Innovation in the Welfare Sector

Emilio Tanzi

University Bocconi of Milan (Italy)



• Re-entrance to WTO of China - Opportunities and Challenges

Confronted by China & U. S. A.

Robert Alexander

Marshall University



• The Definition of Foreign Investment under the Recent Kuwaiti

Investment Law

Mansour Al Saeed

College of Business Studies (Kuwait)



• Extraterritorial Antitrust Enforcement and the Standards of the

European Union Involving Mergers

Arthur Marinelli

Ohio University






FRIDAY, December 21, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Loans, Invesments and Gamblers



Room C Session Chair Peter P. F. Chan

Hong Kong




The Impact of Accounting for Loan Impairment and its Market

Implication: The Cases of Commercial Banks and Savings Institutions

Kwang-Hyun Chung

Pace University



• The Professional Gambler: The Commissioner's "Red-Headed"

Step Child

Rob Blatz

Central Connecticut State University



• Valuation of Investment Properties, How, When and By Whom

and a Case of Hardship

Peter P. F. Chan

Hong Kong






FRIDAY, December 21, 2001

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM COFFEE

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Diversity, Policy Development and Administration

ROOM A Session Chair: Carol W. Lewis

University of Connecticut - Storrs


• Federal Supports and Indicators of Minority Participation in
Science, Math and Health Professions: Implications for Policy Development

Scott Jackson Dantley

National Science Foundation

Jeffrey Guidry

Texas A & M University



• The Study of Diversity in Public Administration Journals

Margo L. Bailey

American University



• Implementing Affirmative Action: The Effect of Race, Gender and Institutional Factors on Program Efficacy

Rajade M. Berry

Lucinda Deason-Howell

University of Akron



• Discussant: Mitchell F. Rice

Texas A & M University











FRIDAY, December 21, 2001

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM COFFEE

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Marketing



ROOM B Session Chair: Hudson Nwakanma

Florida A & M University








• Fund Raising: A Marketing Approach

James Grant

American University of Sharjah (United Arab Emirates)

Kathryn Dobie

North Carolina A & T State University



• Successful Implementation of Customer Relationship Management Strategy - A Conceptual Model

Tariq Bhatti

Monash University (Australia)



• Multiple Channels of Distribution and the Economic Impact of

Contemporary Pottery in Northern Mexico

Jose F. Medina

Esmeralda de los Santos

St. Mary's University



• Relationship Marketing: A Relevant Marketing Approach for the

New Millenium

Hudson Nwakanma

Annette Tolson

Janee N. Burkhalter

Florida A & M University






SATURDAY, December 22, 2001

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM COFFEE

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Finance

ROOM A Session Chair: Gulser Meric

Rowan University








• International Portfolio Diversification: US and Central European

Equity Markets

Claire Gilmore

King's College

Ginette McManus

Saint Joseph's University



• The Cash-to-Market Anomaly: The International Evidence

Dr. Ahmet Tezel

Saint Joseph's University



• Linkages Between Money Supply, Interest Rates, Unemployment

Rates, Stock Mutual Funds Investments and Stock Market Returns

Ilhan Meric

Maury R. Randall

Rider University

Gulser Meric

Rowan University








SATURDAY, December 22, 2001

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM COFFEE

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Corporate Citizenship, Philosophy and Authority



ROOM A Session Chair: Captain Marc D. Tolson

U. S. Air Force Academy

 






• Priorities for Corporate Citizenship: Management or

Communication?

Maud Tixier

ESSEC (France)



• A Preliminary Investigation if the Relationship Between

Philosophical Orientation and Attitudes Toward Business Behavior

Jim Murrow

Ted Vaggalis

Drury University

Tom Zimmerer

Saint Leo University



• Bridging the Gap Between Culture, Ethnocentricity and

Acceptance of Authority: Comparing Americans and Taiwanese

Gregory Black

Texas A & M University - Corpus Christi

 

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Marjorie G. Adams 22,24

Joe Alexander 9

Joseph P. Anthamatten 17

Nadar Asgary 24

Zarif Bacilious 31

Bonni Baker 20

Casimir Barczyk 9

Peter B. Barr 2,3,7,18

James Bell 9

Enoch K. Beraho 17,22,31

Fikru Boghossian 22

Carl R. Borgia 21

Santhia C. Boyd 32

David T. Boyd 32

Albert Brooks 9

Judy Caouette 9

Lillian H. Chaney 17,21

Jan F. Chlebowski 19

Frank Chong 27

Chih-Peng Chu 12

Kwang-Hyun Chung 21

Colin Clark 9

J. Dennis Coates 21

Nancy Csapo 7,9

Lynn Dantzler 13

Prakash L. Dheeriza 17,31

Janice Dietz 8

Nicholas DiMarco 30

Gabriel Donleavy 7

Neville T. Duarte 30

Juan Espana 9

Jeff Fahrenwald 9

Roy Farris 8,27

Kathleen Fearn-Banks 18

Richard Featheringham 7,9,20

Patrick W. Fitzgerald 25

Dorothy E. Freeman 9,14

Linda L. Frye 28

Sam Fullerton 2,3,7,15

Geoff George 9

Gustavo Godoy 14

Nancy Goettel 22,27

Jane R. Goodson 30

Kemal Gursoy 32

Abdalla Hagen 25

Sara Hart 8,25,31

Matti Haverila 19

Patricia Healy 30

Arnie Hilgert 8,9,18,23,26

Franklin Ho 13

Madison Holloway 18,19

Monica Holmes 9

Yung-hsin Hsu 16

Dennis B.K. Hwang 16

Juhwen Hwang 12

Vish Iyer 8,19

Eva K. Jermakowicz 29

Lu Jing 29

Stephanie Hollock Johnson 14

Robert Joy 9

James Kane 7

Pamela Kiecker 19

Diane M. Kimoto 14

G. S. Kindra 31

Nathan Kling 9

Louise Kloot 9

Appa Rao Korukonda 30

Victoria Krivogorsky 29

Stanley J. Lawson 31

Shao-ju Lee 12

Mary Lemons 9

Virginia B. Levsen 7,27

Wei Lo 16

Gary Lubbert 8,9

Balasundram Maniam 31

Arthur Martinelli 17

Rutillio Martinez 9

Frank Marvasti 9

K. Maskooki 25

Donna McAlister-Kizzier 9

Hugh J. McAllister 13

Richard O. McGuire 23, 26

J. Patrick McLaughlin 28

Bill McPherson 7

Mohamed A. K. Mohamed 28

David L. Moore 3,15

Wayne Moore 9

Jim Morgan 28

Muhammad Mustafa1 3,24

Brian M. Nagle 29

Robert D. Nale 2,3,7,8,18

Barbara Nelson 31

Feng-yu Ni 16

Chike Okechuko 14

Judy Oliver 9

John Olivo, Jr. 9

Jesse Overall 9

Nita Paden 9

Richard Parker 27

Amee Patel 21

Michael R. Payne 14

Diane Pettypool 10

Mary Pitrowski 28

Richard Plank 10

Merton Powell 10

Socorro Quintero 26

Bel G. Raggad 25

Matiur Rahman 24

Dennis Rauch 18

James Reardon 10

Dolores F. Rinke 17,31

David C. Roberts 7,10,32

Patricia Robinson 17,22

Mary R. Scott 28,32

Haile M. G. Selassie 13

John T. Shieh 16

Dan Shoemaker 27

Gary Siegel 29

Tom Sinclair 10

Raj Somarajan 10

Chellappan Somarajan 7

James Sorensen 29

Ernie Stark 10

Mary Sweeney 10

Susan K. Switzer 7,10,20

Linda Szul 10

Gary Tallman 28

Rita Thakur 8,10,25

Larry L. Thomas 7,10,20

Frank S. Turner 24

Suneel Udpa 21,29

Gregory W. Ulferts 27

Belinda Wholeben 10

Kelly Wilkinson 10

Robert Williams 28

Trevor Wilmshurst 10

Victoria Wise 10

Rahnl A. Wood 29

Van R. Wood 19

Dauw-song Zhu 16

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