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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • A.I.Ch.E.: Vice-Chair of the Southern California Section. Former officer in the Nebraska Section.
  • A.S.E.E.: Chemical Engineering Division; New Engineering Educators.
  • Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society; Sigma Xi Scientific Honor Society; Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  • Peer Help and Resume Round Table Consultation at the A.I.Ch.E. Career Expo and Employment Clearinghouse, May 22-23, 1996, Ontario, California.
  • Co-Chair and organizer for the session "Fluidization and Combustion" at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Fine Particle Society. San Jose, California, July 20-August 2, 1991.
  • Co-Chair and organizer for the session "Particle Characterization: Numerical Methods and Morphological Descriptors" at the 21st Annual Meeting of the Fine Particle Society. San Diego, California, August 21-25, 1990.
  • College of Engineering Computer Committee (1986-1992).
  • Faculty Senate Computational Services and Facilities Committee (1986-1989); Committee Chairman (1988-1989).
  • College of Engineering Faculty Research Advisory Committee (1987-1989).

AWARDS

  • College of Engineering and Technology Service Award, May 1988.
  • Sigma Xi Scientific Honor Society; elected to membership 1984.
  • Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society; elected to membership 1975.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  1. Linux Kernel Internals. Workshop conducted by Stephen C. Tweedie, Digital Equipment Corporation, at the USENIX 1997 Annual Technical Conference and USELINUX, Anaheim, California, January 6, 1997.
  2. Writing Device Drivers Under Linux. Workshop conducted by Theodore Ts'o, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, at the USENIX 1997 Annual Technical Conference and USELINUX, Anaheim, California, January 7, 1997.
  3. Environmental Law. University Extension, University of California, Irvine, California, Fall Semester 1996.
  4. C Programming With the Unix System. University College and Extension Services, California State University, Long Beach, California, Fall Semester 1996.
  5. 1992 AIChE Officers Conference. Sponsored by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Scottsdale, Arizona, June 6-9, 1992.
  6. The Nebraska Engineer in an International Market. Annual meeting of the Nebraska Society of Professional Engineers. Grand Island, Nebraska, May 29, 1992.
  7. Fourth Nebraska Workshop on Biomedical Engineering Research. Sponsored by the College of Engineering and Technology and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Graduate Studies and Research, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Nebraska Center for Continuing Education, Lincoln, Nebraska, April 20, 1991.
  8. Third Nebraska Workshop on Biomedical Engineering Research. Sponsored by the Intercampus Pilot Project for Cooperative Research. UNMC College of Nursing, Omaha, Nebraska, October 27, 1990.
  9. How to Manage Multiple Priorities. Workshop conducted by Jack Mackey, National Seminars Group. Omaha, Nebraska, September 11, 1990.
  10. Engineering Your Reports and Proposals: Tools and Strategies. Workshop conducted by Pneena Sageev, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, SUNY Buffalo. Sponsored by the College of Engineering and Technology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, April 27-28, 1990.
  11. Second Nebraska Workshop on Biomedical Engineering Research. Sponsored by the Intercampus Pilot Project for Cooperative Research. Nebraska Center for Continuing Education, Lincoln, Nebraska, March 28, 1990.
  12. What is the Role of the Professor in the Learning Process? Workshop conducted by Kenneth A. Kiewra, Department of Educational Psychology, Director of Academic Success Center, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, October 30, 1989.
  13. Personal Time Management in an Academic Environment and Proposal Writing Workshop. American Society for Engineering Education National Effective Teaching Institute, Lincoln, Nebraska, June 25, 1989.
  14. Obtaining Government Grants for University Research. George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science, Continuing Engineering Education Program, Washington, D.C., August 22, 1988.
  15. San Diego Supercomputer Center Summer Institute. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation at the University of California San Diego, La Jolla, California, August 8-19, 1988.
  16. Remote Users Training Workshop. Cornell National Supercomputer Facility, Ithaca, New York, March 21-25, 1988.
  17. Large Scale Computational Problems in Chemical Engineering. Dow Chemical Company and Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, October 30, 1987.
  18. Vector Methods in Science and Engineering. Colorado State University Summer Supercomputing Institute, Fort Collins, Colorado, July 13-24, 1987.
  19. On-Line Particle Size Analysis and Morphological Analysis and Particle Characterization. Fine Particle Society, San Francisco, California, July 28, 1986.
  20. Chemical Engineering Education Futures 1986. IBM Academic Information Systems and Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, July 9, 1986.
  21. Unlimited Learning and Effective Thinking and Problem Solving. American Society for Engineering Education National Effective Teaching Institute, Atlanta, Georgia, June 16, 1985.
  22. Computer Control of Processes. University of Colorado, Center for Management and Technical Programs, Boulder, Colorado, August 22-26, 1977.
  23. Applied Statistics. Argonne National Laboratory, Center for Educational Affairs, Argonne, Illinois. October 1975-March 1976.

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