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Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and Technology

Murray, J.D., E.T. Elwood, G.E. Jones, R. Barrick, and J. Feng. “Decreasing Expander Breast Infection: A New Drain Care Protocol.” Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 17, no. 1 (2009): 17–21.

Sung, J.-C., G. Lin, and D.-C. Gong. “Extended Research on an Imperfect Process Production-inventory Model with Deteriorating Items under Two Dispatching Policies.” Journal of Management and Systems 16, no. 3 (July 2009): 415–437.

Institute of International Studies

Tarzi, S.M. “China and Foreign Direct Investment: Market-Oriented Policies and FDI Inflows.” Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies 34, no. 3 (2009): 275–289.

Marketing

Iyer, R., and J.A. Muncy. “Purpose and Object of Anti-Consumption.” Journal of Business Research 62 no. 2 (2009): 160–168 (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2008.01.023).

Iyer, Rajesh. MBA Fundamentals International Business. New York, NY: Kaplan Publishing, 2009.

MBA Fundamentals International Business describes the essential abilities and knowledge today’s business professionals need in order to conduct business in a global world. Current opportunities for growth and development for American businesspeople are voluminous as growth in India and China continues to soar.

Real-life scenarios and short exercises provide busy professionals with the keys to success in the global, fast-paced business environment. The book provides practical tools for building successful international business, strategies for succeeding in legal environments around the world, the importance of navigating cultural differences successfully, and techniques for creating and adapting business strategies for an international stage.

 

Lai, F., Mitch M. Griffin, and B.J. Babin. “How Quality, Value, Image, and Satisfaction Create Loyalty at a Chinese Telecom.” Journal of Business Research 62, no. 10 (October 2009): 980–986.

O’Brien, M., D. Hill, and C. Autry. “Customer Behavioral Legitimacy in Retail Returns Episodes: Effects on Retail Salesperson Role Conflict.” Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice 17, no. 3 (2009): 251–266.

Scheer, L.K., C.F. Miao, and Jason Garrett. “The Effects of Supplier Capabilities on Industrial Customers’ Loyalty: The Role of Dependence.” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, (2008): 1–15.

Mathematics

Jungck, G., S. Radenovi?, S. Radojevíc, and V. Rako?evíc. “Common Fixed Point Theorems for Weakly Compatible Pairs on Cone Metric Spaces.” Fixed Point Theory and Applications, article no. 643840 (2009): 1–13.

Mordukhovich, B.S., and L. Mou. “Necessary Conditions for Nonsmooth Optimization Problems with Operator Constraints in Metric Spaces.” Journal of Convex Analysis 3, no. 4 (October 2009): 913–937.

Sterling, Mary Jane. Linear Algebra For Dummies. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009.

Linear Algebra For Dummies is a complete hands-on guide to real-world applications for linear algebra. The step-by-step guide explains how to solve linear algebra problems in a way that is easy to understand. The book explains key concepts of linear algebra and how they relate to everything from nutrition to spotted owl extinction.

The book covers theoretical and practical ways to master linear algebra problems, new ways to look at operations, and how linear algebra relates to vectors, matrices, determinants, and linear transformations.

 

Szeto, George, and Larry Xue. “A Correspondence Theorem for Galois Extensions of Rings.” International Journal of Algebra 3, no. 5-8 (2009): 281–286.

Szeto, G., and L. Xue. “On Hirata Separable Galois Extensions.” Scientiae Mathematicae Japonicae 69, no. 3 (May 2009): 405–410.

Mechanical Engineering

Nair, Kalyani, Karen Yan, and Wei Sun. Multi-scale Computational Modeling and Characterization of Bioprinted Tissue Scaffolds, July 2008. Germany: VDM Verlag Publishing House Ltd.

Nair, Kalyani, Milind Gandhi, Saif Khalil, Karen Chang Yan, Michele Marcolongo, Kenneth Barbee, and Wei Sun. “Characterization of Cell Viability During Bioprinting Processes.” Biotechnology Journal 4, no. 8 (2009): 1168–1177.

Patibandla, Venkata P., and Jorge L. Abanto-Bueno. “In-situ Deformation Measurements of Plastic Spur Gears Using Digital Image Correlation.” Society for Experimental Mechanics 11th International Congress and Exhibition on Experimental and Applied Mechanics 1, (2008): 504–510.

Post, Scott. Applied and Computational Fluid Mechanics. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2009.

Applied and Computational Fluid Mechanics includes the basics of fluid mechanics, realistic examples, and uses computer applications and algorithms to solve real-world dilemmas related to aero-dynamics, fluid flow, and thermodynamics. The text includes algorithms for numerical solutions of fluid problems that can be incorporated into various programming environments such as MATLAB. A CD-ROM, which includes source code, third-party simulations, MATLAB files, and color figures, accompanies the book. The book introduces computational fluid dynamics and applications for fuel cells, turbines, rockets, and pumps.

An additional resource disc for instructors and a Web site with solutions are available, making it well-designed for a fluid mechanics course for mechanical engineers and a reference for professional engineers.

Music

Dzapo, Kyle. Editor of Scholarly Edition of Joachim Andersen’s Salonstücke, Op. 52, 2009 (second in planned series of new editions of Andersen’s music).

———. “Andersen, Joachim.” Lexikon der Flöte, edited by András Adorján and Lenz Meierott. Laaber, Germany: Laaber Publishing Co., 2009.

Heinemann, Stephen. Metropassacaglia, composition for orchestra. Commissioned by the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra and premiered by them with William Schrickel conducting in Minneapolis, MN, on November 22, 2009.

Henry Liebenow, Marcia. Concordia String Trio concerts with pianist John Orfe. Reinecke String Trio in C Minor, Schumann Piano Quartet in E-flat Major. University of Missouri-Columbia, February 2, 2009.

———. Faculty Artist Chamber Music Recitals, Red Lodge Music Festival, Foote Three Character Pieces, Beethoven, Trio in C Minor, Brahms, Quintet in G Major, MT, June 6–14, 2009.

———. Faculty artist. Festival Orchestra, Birch Creek Music Festival, Egg Harbor, WI, June 22–July 4, 2009.

———. Faculty Chamber Music Concert, Birch Creek Music Festival, Egg Harbor, WI, June 29, 2009.

———. Featured soloist with Peoria Symphony Orchestra. Kernis Air for Violin, Stanford Irish Rhapsody No. 6, Peoria, IL, November 7, 2009.

———. Guest artist recital. Beethoven Sonata in A Minor, Kernis Air, Faure Sonata in A Major, Bowling Green State University, OH, November 16, 2009.

———. Recital. Beethoven Sonata in A Minor, Kernis Air, Faure Sonata in A Major, Toledo Museum of Art, OH, November 15, 2009.

———. Violin Master Class, Bowling Green State University, OH, November
16, 2009.

Henry Liebenow, Marcia, with John Jost. Presented “Thinning the Texture: Techniques to Achieve Transparency in 18th Century Choral-Orchestral Works,” and participated in the panel discussion, “Conducting the Orchestra.” National Convention of the National Collegiate Choral Conductors, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, OH, November 1, 2008.

Orfe, John. A Hymn on the Nativity of My Savior for SATB chorus and piano (text: Ben Jonson). Premiered by the Bradley Chorale, John Jost, conductor, at Bradley University’s Dingeldine Music Center, December 6, 2009.

———. Aerials, commissioned and premiered by NOVUS trombone quartet at New York University, October 15, 2009.

———. Aerials for orchestra. Commissioned and premiered by the Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra, Champaign-Urbana, IL, October 17, 2009.

———. Dowland Remix for 16 players performed October 23, 2009, in Hamburg, Germany, by Alarm Will Sound.

———. Dowland Remix, premiered at Le Poisson Rouge, New York, NY, July 22, 2009, by Alarm Will Sound.

———. Lecture-recital on variation in the works of Edvard Grieg and Ezra Laderman, American Grieg Society, Rollins College, Orlando, FL, January 11, 2009.

———. Parable of the Sower for trombone quartet. Commissioned and premiered by NOVUS trombone quartet at New York University, October 15, 2009.

———. Portrait concert of original compositions, various performers, Yale School of Music, February 12, 2009.

———. Romance for flute and piano. Premiered by Kyle Dzapo and John Orfe. Bradley University’s Dingeldine Music Center, September 20, 2009.

———. Waxwing for guitar and double bass. Premiered and toured by Dez Cordas (Matthew Slotkin, guitar; Craig Butterfield, bass) in ten cities in North Carolina and South Carolina, August–September 2009.

 

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