November 26, 2002
"Like Water," a watercolor exhibit by Suta Lee, professor of art, was displayed at the Smith Trahern Mansion, 101 McClure St., Clarksville, on Wednesday, Nov. 20. "The works relate to the places I have been," Lee said, "from Shanghai, Taipei, Los Angeles, Sau Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York, Milan, Rome, Venice, to Nashville and Clarksville and some nameless places."
Dr. Joe Schiller presented a summary of his long-term study of the ecology of the skinks Eumeces fasciatus and E. laticeps at the annual meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science in Johnson City on Nov. 15. The presentation was titled "The Use of Passive Integrated Transponders (PITs) in Studies of the Life History and Ecology of Eumeces fasciatus and E. laticeps." Two undergraduate Presidential Research Scholars who worked with Schiller last summer coauthored Schiller's presentation. Schiller also coauthored two posters for the event.
Dr. Chin-Zue Chen, engineering technology, chaired the 112th annual meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science held Nov. 15 in Johnson City. The title of the program was "Mechatronics: An Engineering Technology Perspective."
Adel Salama, electronics technology program, made presentations on two topics at the 112th annual meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science held Nov. 15 in Johnson City. The presentations were "Teaching Performance Evaluation of Transmission Lines Through Electronics Engineering Technology Students" and "Using Concept Maps in Learning Electronics Engineering Technology." Salama also was elected as chair for the 2003 meeting.
"Rearming in a Vacuum: United States Navy Intelligence and the Japanese Capital Ship Threat, 1936-1945," an article by Dr. Malcolm Muir, professor of history, was reprinted in "The American Experience in World War II, Volume 6: The United Stated in the Pacific War."