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Published Books and Non-Print Media

College of Business and Information Technology

Kelly, Timothy V. Instructor’s Manual for Business Data Communications and Networking. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2002.

Szul, Linda F. Communication Technologies. Prentice Hall, 2002.

College of Education and Educational Technology

Butzow, John W. (Coathored with Carol M. Butzow). The World of Work Through Children’s Literature An Integrated Approach. Libraries Unlimited: Teachers Ideas Press, 2002.

Dean, Gary J. Designing Instruction for Adult Learners, Second Edition. Krieger Publishing Co., 2002.

Jalongo, Mary Renck. Writing for Publication: A Practical Guide for Educators. Christopher-Gordon, 2002.

Klein, Diane Heller. (Coathored with Elizabeth W. Parker). Spoken Communication for Students Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing – A Multidisciplinary Approach. Butte Publications, 2002.

Rafoth, Mary Ann. (Co-authors are IUP students: Jill Cieslinski, Erin Buchenauer, and Kathy Crissman). Safety Net: Staying Safe while Using the Internet: A Curriculum for Middle School Students. Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and
Delinquency, 2002.

Robertson, Shari. Read With Me! Stress-Free Strategies for Building Language and Literacy. Thinking Publications, 2002.

College of Fine Arts

Eisensmith, Kevin E. Joseph Riepel’s “Concerto in D a Clarino Principale”. Eighth Note Publications, 2002.

Simpson, Ed. Additional Particulars (play). Samuel French Incorporated, 2002.

College of Health and Human Services

Barker, Mia Moore. Instructor’s Manual for Amy Brown’s Understanding Foods: Principles and Preparation. Wadsworth Thomson Learning, 2000.

Cessna, Mary Ann. Student Learning: A Central Focus for Institutions of Higher Education. Alverno College Institute, 2002.

Janicak, Christopher A. Safety Metrics: Tools and Techniques for Measuring Safety Performance. Government Institutes, 2002.

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Ackerman, Robert J. Perfect Daughters, Revised Edition. Health Communications, Inc., 2002.

Baumler, Alan. Modern China and Opium: A Reader. The University of Michigan Press, 2001.

Bodle, Wayne. The Valley Forge Winter: Civilians and Soldiers in War. Penn State University Press, 2002.

Botelho, Lynn A. Power and Poverty: Old Age in the Pre-Industrial Past. Greenwood Press, 2002.

Broad, Peter G. El ojo en la sombra. Universidad Veracruzana, 2002.

Downing, David B. and Claude Mark Hurlbert. (Coathored with Paula Mathieu). Beyond English, Inc.: Curricular Reform in a Global Economy. Heinemann, 2002.

Slater, Thomas J. (Co-edited with Gregg Bachman). American Silent Film: Discovering Marginalized Voices. Southern Illinois University Press, 2002.

Wang, Xi. (Translator). The Chinese Edition of Eric Foner’s “The Story of American Freedom”. Beijing: The Commercial Press, 2002.

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Baker, John D. The STAEDT Program. Wiley Inter-Science, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2002.

Visual Arts

College of Fine Arts

Boerner, P. Parker. Exhibits during 2002:

“19th Annual Open Juried Exhibition.” Juried by Marysol Nieves, Senior Curator of Bronx Museum, Houston Art Association.

“Cambridge Arts National Prize Show.” Juried by Lisa Dennison, Chief Curator, Guggenheim, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA.

“Fifth National Juried Exhibition.” Juried by Charlotta Kotik, Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at Brooklyn Museum, Ceres Gallery, New York, NY.

“First National All Media Juried Exhibit.” Juried by Claire Huschle of the Target Gallery, The Artists’ Museum, Washington, DC.

Matsubara, Fuyuko. Exhibits during 2002:

“Fiber Celebration 2002.” Juried National Fine Craft Exhibition. Received “Norma Walker Memorial Award, Best of Show.” The Lincoln Center Galleries, Fort Collins, CO.

“Small Expressions 2002.” Juried International Fiber Exhibition. The Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver, Canada.

Palmisano, Susan. Exhibit during 2002:

“Eating Lessons.” Solo Exhibition Gallery 402 New York City, April 2002. National Juried Competition. Curated by Sique Spense/Nancy Hoffman Gallery, Jackie Battenfield, The Bronx Museum, and Dan Concholar, Arts Information center, N.Y.C.

Villalobos, Patricia. Exhibits during 2002:

“ArtISTMO.” Curators – Rolando Barahona and Tahituey Ribot. Museo de Arte y Diseno Contemporaneo {MADC}; San Jose, Costa Rica.

“MAPC Mixed Metaphors.” Curator – Cima Katz. University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY.

“Noorderlicht 2002 Photofestival.” Curator – Wim Melis. Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, the Netherlands.

“POSTFLESH.” Curator – Rachel Clarke. California State University at Sacramento Library Gallery, Sacramento, CA.

“III Central American Bienal of Art.” Palacio de la Cultura; Managua, Nicaragua.

“III Iberoamerican Biennial of Lima.” Curator – Porfirio Garcia Romano; Nicaraguan Representative. Centro Artes Visuales, Lima Peru.

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