Dr. Englander, a member of the biochemistry and biophysics faculty whose work focuses on the structure and function of protein and nucleic acid molecules, is especially known for his work in the field of hydrogen exchange, which he has pursued and developed with his wife, Joan, for many years. On the faculty here since 1966, he also received the American Chemical Society Award in 1994.
A member of the Foundation's Board since 1988, Dr. Vaughan has chaired the program and distribution committee which reviews awards, and for three years he was the Board's representative to the Ford Foundation's national initiative, "Planning for Changing Communities, Diverse Needs," to help community foundations identify and respond to increasing ethnic diversity.
Dr. Vaughan continues in his roles as associate professor and associate dean of the School of Social Work.
Student (Faculty Advisor) Research Title Alexander J. Berkett (Elaine Simon) Supermarket Reinvestment in Inner City Markets and Its Implications for Economic Development Christopher T. Lee (Brent Shaw) A Tale of Three Cities: Poems One, Four, and Six of Prudentius' Peristephanon Christine S. Lim (Jonathan Baron) A Cross-Cultural Study of Protected Values Felix Olale (Greg Guild, Jon Lindstrom) Chronic Nicotine Exposure Differentially Affects the Function of Human µ3, µ4, and µ7 Neronal Nicotinic Receptor Subtypes Jonah Paransky (Alan T. Johnson) Fabrication of Colloidal Photonic Crystals
Honorable Mention was given to projects of Jay Armstrong (Vincent C. Pigott) for Molecular Archaeology: The Gender Identification of Human Remains at Non Mak La, Thailand, by PCR; David B. Hanna (Gillian Sankoff) for Do I Sound "Asian" To You?: Linguistic Markers of Asian American Identity; Lisa Levenson (Mark Lloyd) In Philadelphia, Nearly Everybody Read the Bulletin: The 1982 Demise of Philadelphia's Newspaper of Record, and the Broader Crisis of Afternoon Newspapers in America; Joseph Markowitz (Haim H. Bau) for Ultrasonic Inducement of Macromolecular Crystal Growth; and Edton Mock (Richard Estes) for Child Prostitution in Thailand.
Volume 43 Number 35
May 20, 1997
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