Mack Clayton Shelley, II—Vita                                                               February 10, 2007

Personal Information:

Born June 21, 1950, Ft. Campbell, KY

Office Address: E005B Lagomarcino Hall, or 323 Snedecor Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50011

Home Address: 3454 Southdale Drive, Ames, Iowa 50010

Telephone: (515) 294-9282 (Lagomarcino Hall) or 294-8346 (Snedecor Hall); (515) 233-4111 Home

Fax: (515) 294-9284 (Lagomarcino Hall) or 294-5040 (Snedecor Hall)

E-mail: mshelley@iastate.edu Website: http://www.public.iastate.edu/~mshelley

 

Academic Positions Held:

Mississippi State University

Assistant Professor, August 1977-May 1979, in Department of Political Science

Iowa State University

Assistant Professor, August 1979-August 1983, in Departments of Statistics and Political Science

Associate Professor, August 1983-August 1990, in Departments of Statistics and Political Science

Professor, August 1990-August 1999, in Departments of Statistics and Political Science

Vice Chair, Department of Political Science, January 1, 1993–June 30, 1994

Professor, August 1999-August 2000, in Department of Statistics, Department of Political Science, and (rank only) Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Professor, August 2000-present, in Department of Statistics and Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, with courtesy appointment in Department of Political Science

Coordinator of Research, Research Institute for Studies in Education, College of Education, August 1999-August 2003

Director, Research Institute for Studies in Education, College of Education [College of Human Sciences after July 1, 2005], August 2003-present

University Professor, August 2006-present (awarded September 11, 2006) [The University Professorship recognizes faculty members who have had a significant impact on their department(s) and the university in the course of their career at Iowa State University. In addition to outstanding performance in at least one of the following areas: teaching, research/creative activities, extension/professional practice, and institutional service. A University Professor must have acted as a change-agent to improve the quality with which the university carries out its mission.]

 

Academic Background:

B.A.: American University, August 1972 (International Studies and Economics), with Honors

M.S.: University of Wisconsin-Madison, August 1973 (Economics)

Ph.D.: University of Wisconsin-Madison, December 1977 (Political Science)

 

Academic Distinctions and Honors:

Certificate of Educational Development, Science Research Associates, Inc., 1967

Certificate of Merit, National Merit Scholarship Program, 1968

Institute on the United States in World Affairs, 1970 (General Assistant) (American University)

Dean's List, 1970-72 (American University)

Phi Kappa Phi, elected 1971

Pi Gamma Mu, elected 1971

Danforth Award Nominee, 1972 (American University)

The Fletcher Scholar Award, 1972 (American University, School of International Service)

Omicron Delta Kappa, elected 1972

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1972 citation

Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty (Mississippi State University), elected 1977

Pi Sigma Alpha, elected 1977

Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty (Iowa State University), elected November 1979

Mu Sigma Rho, elected 1982

Contemporary Authors citation (1985)

Contemporary Authors New Revisions citation (1997)

Full Member of the Graduate Faculty (Iowa State University), elected December 1987

Listed in Current Research in Agricultural Biotechnology/Research in Biotechnology (Iowa State University), 1987 and subsequently

Visiting Scholar, University of Kentucky, and the Council of State Governments, June 26-30, 1989

Invited participant at the Sixth Political Methodology Conference, University of Minnesota and the National Science Foundation, July 13-15, 1989

Invited participant and presenter in GTE Lectureship Program on Science, Technology and Human Values conference on "Biotechnology and Ethics: Social Change and Human Values," University of Missouri-Columbia and the National Science Foundation, December 6-7, 1989

Listed in Men of Achievement, 1991

Listed in International Register of Research on British Politics, 1988, 1991

With Kathy Shelley, won second-place award ($8,000 in computer equipment) in the Masters of Innovation III national competition, liberal arts and sciences division, 1991, sponsored by the Zenith Corporation

Board of Editors, Policy Studies Journal, 1992-94 (Policy Studies Organization)

Associate Editor, Policy Studies Journal, 1992-93 (Policy Studies Organization)

Elected Co-editor, Policy Studies Journal, 1993-2002 (Policy Studies Organization)

Entry in Who's Who in the Midwest, 24th edition (1998)

Faculty Research Associate in the Gerontology program at Iowa State University (continuous since 1998)

Entry in Who's Who in the World, 13th edition (1998)

Entry in Who's Who in American Education, 5th edition (1998)

Co-editor (with Uday Desai and Matthew Holden) of symposium on "The Politics of Policy," Policy Studies Journal, 26(3) (1998) (Policy Studies Organization)

Listed in database for The Consortium for Plant Biotechnology Research, Inc. (1997)

Listed in the Policy Studies Personnel Directory, second edition (1997) (Policy Studies Organization)

External review consultant for Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, University of Northern Colorado College of Education, April 18-21, 1998

Louis Thompson Distinguished Undergraduate Teacher, 2000 (Iowa State University)

Listed in Strathmore’s Who’s Who, 2000-2001, 2001-2002

Invited participant to the 2001 Wakonse Conference on College Teaching (Shelby, Michigan), May 24-29, 2001 (Iowa State University)

Selected as Fellow for the 2001 Association for Institutional Research Summer Data Policy Institute on the National Center for Education Statistics and National Science Foundation Databases, June 19-29, 2001 (Potomac, Maryland)

Participated in Project LEA/RN (Learning Enhancement Action/Resource Network) workshop, Introduction to Learning-Centered College Classrooms, Iowa State University, Fall 2001

Chair, Donald Campbell Award Committee (for outstanding methodological innovator in policy studies), Policy Studies Organization, 2002

Certificate of Appreciation, Iowa State University Division of Residence, April 24, 2002

Editorial Advisory Board, TESOL Quarterly, 2003-05

Regents Faculty Excellence Award, 2002

Faculty Affiliate of the Iowa State Institute of Science and Society, 2002-present

Iowa Association of School Boards Student Achievement Data Services Advisory Committee, 2003-present

Listed in AcademicKeys Who’s Who in Education (http://Education.AcademicKeys.com), 2003

College of Education Superior Research Medallion, August 2003 (“For outstanding contributions in research over an extended period of time and research activity that has influenced students”)

Graduate faculty member in Human Computer Interaction interdisciplinary program (Iowa State University), 2003-present

Margaret Ellen White Graduate Faculty Award (for “superior performance by a member of the graduate faculty who serves as a mentor and who enriches the student-professor relationship through support and attention to detail, enabling students to finish their work in a timely and scholarly manner”), September 27, 2004

Member, Iowa State University 25-Year Club, 2005

Senior Research Associate, eRulemaking Research Group (in collaboration with the National Science Foundation, University of Southern California, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh, University of San Francisco, and Northern Arizona University), 2005-present

Participant in the 2005 American Educational Research Association Institute on Statistical Analysis for Education Policy, April 15-17, 2005, Montréal, Canada [the Institute focused on The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (AddHealth) data]

Co-winner, with Yongyi Wang, Ana Arboleda, and Donald F. Whalen, of the “Betty Harrah Manuscript of the Year” award for the Journal of College and University Student Housing, presented at the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International annual conference, in Milwaukee, WI, July, 2005, for “The Influence of Residence Hall Community on Academic Success of Male and Female Undergraduate Students,” Journal of College and University Student Housing, 32(3), 16-22 (2004)

Invited participant in the Synar Survey Estimation System Technical Assistance Multi-state Workshop, June 27, 2005, in Washington, DC, sponsored by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention

Associate Editor for Research Papers, and Member, Senior Editorial Board for the Journal of Information Technology & Politics (formerly the Journal of E-Government), August 2006-present

Member, Order of the Knoll (Iowa State University Foundation)—for financial contributions to the university, 2006-present.

Nominee for the Sesquicentennial Hubbard Teaching Award (Iowa State University, 2007)

Making a Difference Award, presented February 2, 2007, by the Ames, Iowa branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

 

Publications:

Refereed Books:

1.        Mack C. Shelley, II, The Permanent Majority: The Conservative Coalition in the United States Congress (University, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1983, xiv + 201 pp.).

2.        Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today (St. Paul: West, 1985, xxviii + 708 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, Second Edition (St. Paul: West, 1987, xxxiii + 713 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, Third Edition (St. Paul: West, 1989, xxxiv + 700 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, 1991-92 Edition (St. Paul: West, 1991, xxxiii + 689 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, 1993-94 Edition (St. Paul: West, 1993, xl + 731 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, 1995-96 Edition (St. Paul: West, 1995, xlix + 748 + G-15 + I-28 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, 1997-98 Edition (Belmont, CA: West/Wadsworth, 1997, xxxvi + 724 + G-13 + I-26 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, 1999-2000 Edition (Belmont, CA: West/Wadsworth, 1999, xxxv + 699 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, 2001-2002 Edition (Belmont, CA: West/Wadsworth, 2001, xxxiv + 670 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, 2003-2004 Edition (Belmont, CA: West/Wadsworth, 2003, xxxviii + 650 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, 2005-2006 Edition (Belmont, CA: West/Wadsworth, 2005, 704 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, 2007-2008 Edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsowrth, 2007, xxxii + 602 + A-20 + G-10 + I-40 pp.).

3.        Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today, Alternate 2005-2006 Edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2005, 608 pp.).

4.        Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials (St. Paul: West, 1986, xxviii + 578 pp.)

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, Second Edition (St. Paul: West, 1988, xxix + 541 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, Third Edition (St. Paul: West, 1990, xxx + 569 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, 1992-93 Edition (St. Paul: West, 1992, xxxi + 561 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, 1994-95 Edition (St. Paul: West, 1994, xxxvi + 548 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, 1996-1997 Edition (St. Paul: West, 1996, xxxviii + 622 + G-14 + I-22 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, 1998-1999 Edition (St. Paul: West, 1998, xxxiv + 622 + G-12 + I-20 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, 2000-2001 Edition (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2000, xxii + 588 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, 2002-2003 Edition (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2002, xxxii + 590 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, 2004-2005 Edition (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2004, 624 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, 2006-2007 Edition (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2006, xxxii + 532 + A-22 + G-10 + I-28 pp.).

·          Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, 2007 Edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson Higher Education, 2008, xxvii + 532 + A22 + G-10 + I3pp.).2

5.        William F. Woodman, Mack C. Shelley, and Brian J. Reichel, Biotechnology and the Research Enterprise: A Guide to the Literature (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1989, xviii + 358 pp.).

6.        Steven G. Koven, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Bert E. Swanson, American Public Policy: The Contemporary Agenda (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1998, xii + 387 pp.).

7.        Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today: 2001-2002 Brief Edition (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2001, xxii + 336 + A-20 + G-10 + I-12 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today: 2003-2004 Brief Edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2003, xx + 356 pp. + A-20 + G-14 + I-22). [This edition also appeared in a Simplified Chinese edition published by Peking University Press (2005).]

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, American Government and Politics Today: 2004-2005 Brief Edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2005, xxiii + 424 pp.).

8.        Joyce M. Mercier, Steven Garasky, and Mack C. Shelley, II, (Eds.), Redefining Family Policy: Implications for the 21st Century (Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press, 2000, xxvi + 286 pp.).

9.        Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, Barbara A. Bardes, William Earl Maxwell, and Ernest Crain (with Edwin S. Davis, Elizabeth N. Flores, Joseph Ignagni, Cynthia Opheim, and Christopher Wlezien), American Government and Politics Today, Texas Edition, 2006-2007 Edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth, 2006, xliv + 876 + A-22 + G-10 + I-32 pp.).

·          Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, Barbara A. Bardes, William Earl Maxwell, and Ernest Crain (with Edwin S. Davis, Elizabeth N. Flores, Joseph Ignagni, Cynthia Opheim, and Christopher Wlezien), American Government and Politics Today, Texas Edition, 2007-2008 Edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson Higher Education, 2008, xl + 874 + A-20 + G-11 + I-38 pp.).

 

Refereed Book Chapters:

1.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "International Biotechnology Research," pp. 243-272 of William F. Woodman, Mack C. Shelley, and Brian J. Reichel, Biotechnology and the Research Enterprise: A Guide to the Literature (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1989).

2.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "Related Issues in Biotechnology," pp. 273-311 of William F. Woodman, Mack C. Shelley, and Brian J. Reichel, Biotechnology and the Research Enterprise: A Guide to the Literature (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1989).

3.        William F. Woodman, Brian J. Reichel, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "University-Industry Relationships in Biotechnology: Convergence and Divergence in Goals and Expectations," pp. 64-75 of Steven M. Gendel, A. David Kline, D. Michael Warren, and Faye Yates, editors, Agricultural Bioethics: Implications of Agricultural Biotechnology (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1990).

4.        Mack C. Shelley, II, William F. Woodman, Brian J. Reichel, and Paul Lasley, "Perceptions of the Role of University Research in Biotechnology: Town, Gown, and Industry," pp. 262-275 of Steven M. Gendel, A. David Kline, D. Michael Warren, and Faye Yates, editors, Agricultural Bioethics: Implications of Agricultural Biotechnology (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1990).

5.        Mack C. Shelley, II, William F. Woodman, Brian J. Reichel, and Paul Lasley, "Economic Development and Public Policy: What Is the Role for Biotechnology?" pp. 181-198 of David J. Webber, editor, Biotechnology: Assessing Social Impacts and Policy Implications (Westport, CT.: Greenwood Press, 1990).

6.        Joyce M. Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Edward A. Powers, "Religious Commitment and Social Relationships: Their Relative Contribution to Self-esteem of Catholic Sisters in Later Life," pp. 91-111 of Karen A. Roberto (Ed.), Relationships Between Women in Later Life (New York, NY: Haworth, 1996).

7.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "Multivariate Techniques for Dichotomous Dependent Variables," pp. 409-452 of Marcia L. Whicker and Gerald J. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of Data Analysis and Quantitative Methods in Public Administration (New York, NY: Marcel Dekker, 1998).

8.        Chuanpu Guo, Janis F. Stone, Harvey M. Stahr, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Reduction of Terbufos and Tefluthrin Contamination in Glove Materials by Laundering," pp. 354-364 of C. N. Nelson and N. W. Henry (Eds.), Performance of Protective Clothing: Issues and Priorities for the 21st Century: Seventh Volume, ASTM STP 1386. West Conshohocken, PA: American Society for Testing and Materials, 2000).

9.        Joyce M. Mercier and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Access to Health Care Among Three Cohorts of Older Americans Residing in a Rural State: Comparative Structural Equations Models," pp. 155-180 of Joyce M. Mercier, Steven Garasky, and Mack C. Shelley, II, (Eds.), Redefining Family Policy: Implications for the 21st Century (Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press, 2000).

10.     Stuart Shulman, Lisa Thrane, and Mack Shelley, “eRulemaking,” pp. 237-254 of G. David Garson (Ed.), Handbook of Public Information Systems (2nd edition, revised and expanded). (New York, NY: Marcel Dekker, 2005).

11.     Lisa E. Thrane, Stuart W. Shulman, Mack C. Shelley, Sally R. Beisser, and Teresa B. Larson, “Does Computer Training Translate to E-political Empowerment among Midwestern Senior Citizens?,” pp. 159-173 in Birgit Jaeger (Ed.), Young Technologies in Old Hands—An International View on Senior Citizens’ Utilization of ICT. (Copenhagen, Denmark: DJØF, 2005).

12.     John Schuh, Mary Huba, and Mack Shelley, “Recasting Doctoral Education in an Outcomes-Based Framework,” pp. 239-272 in Peggy L. Maki and Nancy Borkowski (Eds.), The Assessment of Doctoral Education: Emerging Criteria and New Models for Improving Outcomes. (Sterling, VA: Stylus, 2006).

13.     Mack C. Shelley, II, “Multivariate Techniques for Dichotomous Dependent Variables: An Application to Public Policy,” in Gerald J. Miller and Kaifeng Yang (Eds.), Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration (2nd ed.) (London: Taylor & Francis, 2007)—forthcoming.

 

Refereed Journal Articles and Refereed Proceedings:

1.        David Adamany and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Encore! The Forgetful Voter," Public Opinion Quarterly, 44, 234-240 (1980).

2.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "Presidents and the Conservative Coalition in the U.S. Congress," Legislative Studies Quarterly, 8, 79-96 (1983). [Reprinted in Joel Silbey et al., The Congress of the United States, 1789-1989 (New York: Carlson, 1991).]

3.        Stavroula Tsokou, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Betty A. Dobratz, "Some Correlates of Partisan Identification in Greece, 1980: A Discriminant Analysis," European Journal of Political Research, 14, 441-463 (1986).

4.        Mack C. Shelley, II, William F. Woodman, Brian J. Reichel, and Paul Lasley, "On the Role of Universities and Biotechnology in Economic Development and Public Policy," Policy Studies Journal, 17(1), 156-168 (1988).

5.        Brian J. Reichel, Paul Lasley, William F. Woodman, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Economic Development and Biotechnology: Public Policy Response to the Farm Crisis in Iowa," Agriculture and Human Values, 5(3), 15-25 (1988).

6.        Janis Stone and Mack Shelley, "Iowa Farmers' Attitudes About Pesticides and Clothing: Perception of Risk, Benefit, and Safety Practices," Proceedings of the First International Symposium on the Impact of Pesticides, Industrial, and Consumer Chemicals in the Near Environment, sponsored by USDA-CSRS and the University of Georgia (Manhattan, Kansas: Kansas State University, 1988): 243-254.

7.        Steven G. Koven and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Public Policy Effects on Net Urban Migration," Policy Studies Journal, 17(4), 705-718 (1989).

8.        Paul Lasley, William Woodman, Mack Shelley, Gordon Bultena, and Brian Reichel, "Social Considerations of Transgenic Animal Research," pp. 121-139 in Joan Hopper, Murray Kaplan, D. Michael Warren, and Faye Yates, editors, Proceedings of the Transgenic Animal Research Workshop (Ames, Iowa: Studies in Technology and Social Change No. 10, Technology and Social Change Program, Iowa State University, 1989).

9.        Mack C. Shelley, II, William F. Woodman, Brian J. Reichel, and William Kinney, "State Legislators and Economic Development: University-Industry Relationships and the Role of Government in Biotechnology," Policy Studies Review, 9(3), 455-470 (1990).

10.     Mack C. Shelley, II and Hwarng-du Hwang, "The Mass Media and Public Opinion Polls in the 1988 Presidential Election: Trends, Accuracy, Consistency, and Events," American Politics Quarterly, 19(1), 59-79 (1991).

11.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "The States and Biotechnology: Interests, Strategies, and Dimensions," Politics and the Life Sciences, 9(2), 240-244 (1991) [invited].

12.     J.F. Stone, P. Higby, M. Shelley, and H. M. Stahr, "Contamination of Cotton Denim With Terbufos," in Helena Makinen, editor, Proceedings of the Fourth Scandinavian Symposium on Protective Clothing Against Chemicals and Other Health Hazards (NOKOBETEF IV) (Kittila, Finland: NOKOBETEF and The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, 1992), pp. 203-208.

13.     Mack C. Shelley, II and Steven G. Koven, "Interstate Migration: A Test of Competing Interpretations," Policy Studies Journal, 21(2), 243-261 (1993).

14.     Steven G. Koven and Mack C. Shelley, II, "No Consensus on Fighting the Drug War: Differences Between State Policy Elites and the Mass Public," International Journal of the Addictions, 28(14), 1531-1548 (1993).

15.     J. Stone, P. Higby, M. Shelley, H.M. Stahr, and J. Huck, "Effects of Liquid Laundry Starch on Terbufos Residues, Thermal Insulation and Permeability of Cotton Work Fabrics," in Barbara M. Reagan, Janice Huck and Janet Porter, editors, Consumer Environmental Issues: Safety, Health, Chemicals and Textiles in the Near Environment, Second International Symposium, Symposium Proceedings, sponsored by the USDA-CSRS and the University of Georgia (Manhattan, Kansas: Kansas State University, 1993), pp. 148-160.

16.     Janis Stone, Steve Padgitt, Wendy Wintersteen, Mack Shelley, and Sandra Chisholm, "Iowa Greenhouse Applicators' Perceptions and Use of Personal Protective Equipment," Journal of Environmental Health, 57(3), 16-22 (1994).

17.     Joyce M. Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Edward A. Powers, "Religious Commitment and Social Relationships: Their Relative Contribution to Self-esteem of Catholic Sisters in Later Life," Journal of Women and Aging, 8(3/4), 91-111 (1996).

18.     Joyce McDonough Mercier and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Access to Health Care Among Three Cohorts of Older Americans Residing in a Rural State" Policy Studies Journal, 25(1), 140-156 (1997).

19.     Clete R. Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, II, Julie Rimkus, and Joyce M. Mercier, "Age and Gender as Predictors of Injury Severity in Head-on Vehicular Collisions" Transportation Research Record, 58, 37-46 (1997).

20.     J. Stone, C. Guo, H. M. Stahr, and M. C. Shelley, "Granular Terbufos Exposure and Cleanup of Glove Materials," Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 59, 187-193 (1997).

21.     David Acker, Joe Dale, August Ralston, Steffen Schmidt, and Mack Shelley, "Iowa Agribusiness International Needs Assessment: Implications for Education" Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education, 4(2), 69-76 (Summer, 1997).

22.     Joyce McDonough Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Bing Wall, "Quality of Adult Child-Aging Parent Relationships: A Structural Equations Approach Using Merged Cross-Generational Data," Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 26(2) (1997, December), 160-192.

23.     Uday Desai, Matthew Holden, Jr., and Mack C. Shelley, II, "The Politics of Policy: Prospects and Realities," Policy Studies Journal, 26(3) (1998), 423-433.

24.     Janis Stone, Mark Hanna, Henry M. Stahr, Chuanpu Guo, and Mack Shelley, "Fabric Contamination from Tractor Tires," Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 61, 677-683 (1998).

25.     Renee Gillis-Arnold, Sedahlia Jasper Crase, Dahlia F. Stockdale, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Parenting Attitudes, Foster Parenting Attitudes, and Motivations of Adoptive and Nonadoptive Foster Parent Trainees," Children and Youth Services Review, 20(8) (1998), 715-732.

26.     Cheryl Moller-Wong, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Larry H. Ebbers, "Policy Goals for Educational Administration and Undergraduate Retention: Toward a Cohort Model for Policy and Planning," Policy Studies Review, 16(3/4), 243-277 (1999 [Fall/Winter]).

27.     Cletus R. Mercier, Mack C. Shelley II, Geneva H. Adkins, and Joyce M. Mercier, "Age and Gender as Predictors of Injury Severity in Broadside and Angle Vehicular Collisions" Transportation Research Record, 1693, 50-61 (1999).

28.     Paula W. Dail, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Scott Fitzgerald, "Methodologies for Examining Homelessness and Their Application to a Mandated Statewide Study," Policy Studies Journal, 28(2), 421-444 (2000).

29.     Monty Van Wart, Steffen Schmidt, and Mack C. Shelley, "The Challenges to Distance Education in an Academic Social Science Discipline: The Case of Political Science," Education Policy Analysis Archives, 8(27), June 16, 2000. [On-line.] Available: http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v8n27/.

30.     Cathy Hockaday, Sedahlia Jasper Crase, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Dahlia F. Stockdale, “A Prospective Study of Adolescent Pregnancy,” Journal of Adolescence, 23(4), 423-438 (2000).

31.     Sook-Young Shim, Joan E. Herwig, and Mack Shelley, "Play Behaviors with Peers in Classroom and Playground Settings," Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 15(2), 147-161 (2000).

32.     Scott T. Fitzgerald, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Paula W. Dail, “Research on Homelessness: Sources and Implications of Uncertainty,” American Behavioral Scientist, 45(1), 121-148 (2001).

33.     C. Guo, J. Stone, H. M. Stahr, and M. Shelley, “Monitoring Granular Terbufos Breakthrough: Comparison of Cotton Gauze and Alpha-Cellulose,” Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 66, 553-556 (2001).

34.     J. Lily Zheng, Donald F. Whalen, Linda L. Ciccone, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Interrelationship of Place of Residence and Peer Influence on Drinking Behavior,” Journal of College and University Student Housing, 30(1), 33-40 (2001).

35.     John H. Schuh and Mack C. Shelley, II, “External Factors Affecting Room and Board Rates: How Much Control Does the Housing Director Have?,” Journal of College and University Student Housing, 30(1), 41-47 (2001).

36.     John H. Schuh and Mack C. Shelley, II, “A Longitudinal Analysis of Funding for Student Affairs in Public Institutions,” Journal of College Student Development, 42(5), 456-464 (2001).

37.     C. Guo, J. Stone, H. M. Stahr, & M. Shelley, “Effects of Exposure Time, Material Type, and Granular Pesticide on Glove Contamination,” Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 41(4), 529-536 (2001).

38.     Mack C. Shelley, II, and John H. Schuh, “Are the Best Higher Education Journals Really the Best? A Meta Analysis of Writing Quality and Readability,” Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 33(1), 11-22 (2001, October).

39.     Junehee Kwon, Shirley A. Gilmore, Mary Jane Oakland, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Clinical Dietetics Changes Due to Cost-Reduction Activities in Healthcare Systems,” Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 101(11), 1347-1350 (2001, November).

40.     J. Lily Zheng, Kevin P. Saunders, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “Predictors of Academic Success for Freshmen Residence Hall Students,” Journal of College Student Development, 43(2), 267-283 (2002).

41.     Guo, C., Stone, J., Stahr, H. M., & Shelley, M., “Cleanup of Gloves Contaminated with Granular Terbufos and Tefluthrin,” Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxiocology, 42(3), 383-388 (2002).

42.     Donald G. Hackmann and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Instructional Practices and Curricular Integration in an Interdisciplinary Secondary School Teaming Approach,” Planning and Changing, 33(3&4), 223-247 (2002).

43.     Warren D. Franke, Sandra L. Ramey, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Relationship Between Cardiovascular Disease Morbidity, Risk Factors, and Stress in a Law Enforcement Cohort,” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 44(12), 1182-1189 (2002).

44.     Chia-Ling Tien, Carla A Peterson, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Postdischarge Service Use by Families of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Graduates,” Journal of Early Intervention, 25(1), 42-57 (2002).

45.     John Shertzer, Kevin P. Saunders, J. Lily Zheng, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “Influences on Residence Hall Undergraduates’ Perceptions of Student Leadership,” Journal of College and University Student Housing, 31(2), 12-21 (2003).

46.     Kari A. Hensen and Mack Shelley, “The Impact of Supplemental Instruction: Results from a large, public, Midwestern university,” Journal of College Student Development, 44(2), 250-259 (2003).

47.     Ana Arboleda-Arango, Paula C. Morrow, Michael R. Crum, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Management Practices as Antecedents of Safety Culture within the Trucking Industry: Similarities and Differences by Hierarchical Level,” Journal of Safety Research, 34(2), 189-197 (2003).

48.     Ana Arboleda, Yongyi Wang, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “Predictors of Residence Hall Involvement,” Journal of College Student Development, 44(4), 517-531 (2003).

49.     Brian Hayes, Robert Knight, Yongyi Wang, Donald F. Whalen, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Contributors to Dining Satisfaction of Residence Hall Students,” Journal of College and University Student Housing, 32(1), 39-46 (2003).

50.     Uday Desai, Mack Shelley, James Mutiti, and Felix Anebo, “Policy Studies Journal: Articles, Authors, and Research Themes, 1991-2001, ”Policy Studies Journal [this was accepted for publication in the journal, but appeared as an on-line article on the Policy Studies Organization Website, http://www.ipsonet.org/index.cgi?go=psj-1991-2001 (2003)].

51.     Yongyi Wang, Donald F. Whalen, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Who’s reading whose newspapers in the residence halls?,” Iowa Student Personnel Affairs (ISPA) Journal, 14(1), 16-33 (2003).

52.     Sandra L. Ramey, Warren D. Franke, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Relationship Among Risk Factors for Nephrolithiasis, Cardiovascular Disease, and Ethnicity: Focus on a Law Enforcement Cohort,” AAOHN (American Association of Occupational Health Nurses) Journal, 52(3), 116-121 (2004).

53.     Linda L. Wild, Larry H. Ebbers, Mack C. Shelley, and Walter H. Gmelch, “Stress factors and community college deans: The stresses of their role identified,” Community College Review, 31(3), 1-23 (2004).

54.     Mack Shelley, Lisa Thrane, Stuart Shulman, Evette Lang, Sally Beisser, Teresa Larson, and James Mutiti, “Digital Citizenship: Parameters of the Digital Divide,” Social Science Computer Review, 22(2), 256-269 (2004).

55.     Sandra L. Ramey, Mack C. Shelley, II, Gregory J. Welk, and Warren D. Franke, “Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Efforts among Law Enforcement Officers: An Application of the Precede-Proceed Planning Model,” Evidence-Based Preventive Medicine, 1(1), 43-52 (2004).

56.     Florence A. Hamrick, John H. Schuh, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Institutional Characteristics and Resource Allocation: Predictors of Graduation Rates,” Education Policy Analysis Archives, 12(19), 1-22 (2004) [On-line] Available: http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v12n19/

57.     Yongyi Wang, Ana Arboleda, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “The Influence of Residence Hall Community on Academic Success of Male and Female Undergraduate Students,” Journal of College and University Student Housing, 32(3), 16-22 (2004). [This article received the “Betty Harrah Manuscript of the Year” award, presented at the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International annual conference, Milwaukee, WI, July, 2005.]

58.     Lisa E. Thrane, Les B. Whitbeck, Danny R. Hoyt, and Mack C. Shelley, “Comparing Three Measures of Depressive Symptoms Among American Indian Adolescents,” American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research: The Journal of the National Center, [On-line] 11(3), 20-42 (2004). [On-line]. Available at: http://www.uchsc.edu/ai/ncaianmhr/journal/11(3).pdf

59.     Jihyun Kim, Janis Stone, Patricia Crews, Mack Shelley II, and Kathryn Hatch, “Improving Knit Fabric UPF Using Consumer Laundry Products: A Comparison of Results Using Two Instruments,” Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 33(2), 141-158 (2004).

60.     Gregory J. Welk, Jodee A. Schaben, and Mack Shelley, “Physical activity and physical fitness in home school and public school children,” Pediatric Exercise Science, 16(4), 310-323 (2004).

61.     Ana Arboleda, JingJing Chen, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “Earning and Learning: Reasons Students Attend College,” Journal of the First-year Experience and Students in Transition, 16(1), 27-59 (2004).

62.     Carol Piper Kenton, John Schuh, Mary E. Huba, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Funding Models of Community Colleges in 10 Midwest States,” Community College Review, 32(3), 1-17 (2004).

63.     Lisa Thrane, Mack C. Shelley, II, Stuart Shulman, Sally R Beisser, and Teresa J. Larson, “E-political Empowerment: Age Effects and Attitudinal Barriers,” Journal of E-Government, 1(4), 21-37 (2004).

64.     Lauri Dusselier, Brian Dunn, Yongyi Wang, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “Health, Personal, Academic, and Environmental Predictors of Stress for Residence Hall Students,” Journal of American College Health, 20(1), 15-24 (2005).

65.     Carol Piper Kenton, Mary E. Huba, John H. Schuh, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Financing the community college: A longitudinal study of 11 upper Midwest states,” Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 29(2), 109-122 (2005).

66.     Yan Li, Erin McCoy, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “Contributors to Student Satisfaction with Special Program (Fresh Start) Residence Halls,” Journal of College Student Development, 46(2), 176-192 (2005).

67.     Yan Li, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “Contributors to residence hall student retention: Why do students choose to leave or stay?,” Journal of College and University Student Housing, 33(2), 28-36 (2005). [Note: my last name was misspelled in the journal as “Sheely.”]

68.     Seth, A., Smith, S. S-F., Shelley, M. C., & Jiang, Q. A low-cost virtual reality human-computer interface for CAD model manipulation. ASEE, The Engineering Design Graphics Journal, 69(2), 31-38 (Spring, 2005).

69.     Janis Stone, Charlotte Coffman, Paula M. Imerman, Kun Song, and Mack Shelley II, “Cotton Liners to Mediate Glove Comfort for Greenhouse Applicators,” Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 49(3), 421-428 (October, 2005).

70.     John Shertzer, Vernon Wall, Alisa Frandsen, Yan Guo, Donald F. Whalen, and Mack Shelley II, “Four Dimensions of Student Leadership: What Predicts Students’ Attitudes Toward Leadership Development?,” The College Student Affairs Journal, 25(1), 85-108 (2005).

71.     Mack C. Shelley, Lisa E. Thrane, and Stuart W. Shulman, “Generational Differences in Informational Technology Use and Political Involvement,” International Journal of Electronic Government Research, 2(1), 36-53 (2006).

72.     Yoon G. Lee, Sharon Danes, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Work Roles, Management and Perceived Well-being For Married Women within Family Businesses,” Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 27(3), 523-541 (2006).

73.     Lisa Thrane, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Stuart W. Shulman, “Lost in Cyberspace: Barriers to Bridging the Digital Divide in E-politics,” International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management, 4(3), 228-243 (2006).

74.     Tanzy Love, Fritz Keinert, and Mack Shelley, “Web-based Implementation of Discrete Mathematics,” Journal of STEM Education Innovations and Research, 8(3-4), 25-35 (2006).

75.     Marilyn J. Bruin, Christine C. Cook, Mack C. Shelley, and Sue R. Crull, “Uncovering the Dynamics of Social Capital, Housing Planning, and Rural Community Vitality,” The International Scope Review, 8(13) 1-15 (2006).

76.     Darin Wohlgemuth, Don Whalen, Julia Sullivan, Carolyn Nading, Mack Shelley, and Yongyi (Rebecca) Wang, “Financial, Academic, and Environmental Influences on the Retention and Graduation of Students,” Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 8(4), 457-475 (2006-2007—forthcoming).

77.     Lanfen Li, Yelena Maksimova, Kevin Saunders, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “The influence of custodial and maintenance services on student satisfaction in residence halls,” Journal of College and University Student Housing—forthcoming.

 

Other Publications:

1.        Dale Krane and Mack Shelley, "P.A. Queries: Computer Analysis in Public Management," The Bureaucrat, 7, 64 (1978).

2.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "The Conservative Coalition and the President, 1953-1978," Department of Political Science Occasional Paper, 2(1), 1-39 (1980).

3.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "Forecasting the Federal Budget: Univariate Strategies," 1980 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Washington, DC: American Statistical Association, 1981), pp. 517-520.

4.        Contributor to "Projection of Resources and Inflation Rate for the 1982 Through 1987 Highway Program," Iowa Department of Transportation Commission Order, April 28, 1981. Ames, IA: Iowa Department of Transportation. [9 pp.]

5.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "ARIMA Models for Revenue Forecasting in the Iowa Department of Transportation," 1981 Proceedings of the Business and Economic Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Washington, DC: American Statistical Association, 1982), pp. 436-440.

6.        Steffen W. Schmidt and Mack C. Shelley (Eds.), Readings and Discussion Exercises in American Government and Politics (Lexington, MA: Ginn Custom Publishing, 1984), 123 pp.

7.        Tiamiyu A. Sanni, Peter H. Calkins, and Mack C. Shelley, "Effects of Domestic Credit Conditions on the Agricultural Sector of West Germany," (Ames, IA: Department of Economics, Iowa State University), 1985. [20 pp.] [Submitted to the Central Bank of the Federal Republic of Germany]

8.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "A Log-Linear Analysis of Special Legislative Elections," 1986 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Washington, DC: American Statistical Association, 1987), pp. 299-304.

9.        Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, "Supplementary Lectures to Accompany American Government and Politics Today, Second Edition" (St. Paul, MN: West, 1987).

10.     Robert Krause, Dinker Patel, and Mack C. Shelley, II, Transportation Policy in the States: Current and Future Trends (Lexington, KY: The Council of State Governments, Center for Transportation, 1987), viii + 298 pp.

11.     Brian J. Reichel, William F. Woodman, and Mack C. Shelley, Research Through Biotechnology: Institutional Impact and Societal Concerns—A Guide to The Literature (Ames, IA: Bibliographies in Technology and Social Change Series, No. 1, Technology and Social Change Program, Iowa State University, 1987), viii + 139 pp.

12.     Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, "Enrichment Lectures to Accompany American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, Second Edition" (St. Paul, MN: West, 1988).

13.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "A Nonparametric View of Elections to the U.S. House of Representatives," 1987 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Washington, DC: American Statistical Association, 1988), pp. 262-265.

14.     Robert A. Krause, Kathy Sebesta, and Mack C. Shelley, II, Views and Attitudes of Legislative Leaders in Transportation: Private Sector Involvement in Public Transit (Lexington, KY: The Council of State Governments, Center for Transportation, 1988), xvi + 159 pp.

15.     Mack C. Shelley, II, William F. Woodman, Brian J. Reichel, and Paul Lasley, "Biotechnology and the Land-Grant University: The Evidence from Sample Surveys," 1988 Proceedings of the Section on Survey Research Methods of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1989), pp. 410-415.

16.     Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley II, and Barbara A. Bardes, An Introduction to Critical Thinking in American Politics (St. Paul, MN: West, 1989). [21 pp.]

17.     Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, "Supplementary Lectures to Accompany American Government and Politics Today, Third Edition" (St. Paul: West, 1989).

18.     Robert A. Krause, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Gaye Horton, State Policies in Transit: Public and Private (Lexington, KY: The Council of State Governments, Center for Transportation, 1989), iii + 92 pp.

19.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Time Series Perspectives on Federal Budgetary Aggregates," 1989 Proceedings of the Business and Economic Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1990), pp. 243-247.

20.     Robert A. Krause, Mack C. Shelley, II, Gaye Horton, Meredith Porterfield, and Gilliam M. Martin, Positive Guidance: New Visions for Safer Highways: The Report of the National Advisory Task Force on Positive Guidance (Lexington, KY: The Council of State Governments, Center for Transportation, 1990), 139 pp.

21.     Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steffen W. Schmidt, "Enrichment Lectures to Accompany American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials, Third Edition" (St. Paul, MN: West, 1990), iv + 125 pp.

22.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Iowa" state profile, p. 36 in The State and Local Supplement to Thomas E. Patterson, The American Democracy (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 1990).

23.     Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, An Introduction to Critical Thinking and Writing in American Politics (St. Paul, MN: West, 1991). [41 pp.]

24.     Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, "Supplementary Lectures to Accompany American Government and Politics Today, 1991-92 Edition" (St. Paul, MN: West, 1991), viii + 99 pp.

25.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "A Vector Autoregressive Analysis of Congressional Voting Behavior," 1990 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1991), pp. 291-296.

26.     William F. Woodman, Mack C. Shelley, II, and William J. Kinney, "What is wise use of faculty, grad students?: Issues arise in a study of biotech program at Iowa State," editorial in the Des Moines Register, June 14, 1991.

27.     Kathy Shelley and Dr. Mack Shelley, "Designing Data Analysis Systems by Integrating PC SAS, Windows 3.0, and Toolbook," pp. 300-305 in LeRoy Bessler (Ed.), Proceedings of MWSUG '91 (Fox Point, WI: MidWest SAS Users Group, 1991).

28.     Mack C. Shelley, II and Kathleen D. Shelley, "Presidential Elections and Campaign Money: Statistical and Graphical Evidence," 1991 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1992), pp. 490-494.

29.     Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Barbara A. Bardes, An Introduction to Critical Thinking and Writing in American Politics: Handbook to Accompany American Government and Politics Today, 1993-1994 Edition (St. Paul, MN: West, 1993). [43 pp.]

30.     Cletus R. Mercier, Julie B. Rimkus, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Joyce M. Mercier, "Age as a Predictor of Injury Severity in Head-on Vehicular Collisions," 1992 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1993), pp. 192-197.

31.     Steffen W. Schmidt and Mack C. Shelley, II (Eds.), Readings in American Government and Politics Today (St. Paul, MN: West, 1993, xii + 275 pp.).

32.     Steffen W. Schmidt and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Troubled Bureaucracy in Postal Service," Des Moines Register (February 16, 1993), p. 9A; also published as "Postal service problems need study and serious consideration," [Ames] Daily Tribune, 1993.

33.     Mack Shelley, "Faculty Diversity: Is This Our Level Best?," Visions: Iowa State University's Alumni Magazine, 6(1) (Spring, 1993), 46.

34.     Uday Desai, Don Hadwiger, and Mack Shelley, "Policy Studies Journal Editors' Report, 1992-93," Policy Studies Journal, 21(3) (1993), 618-622.

35.     Udai Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 21(4), 634-635 (1993).

36.     J. Stone, S. Padgitt, W. Wintersteen, M. Shelley, "Farm Show Participants' Perceptions of Chemically Resistant Gloves," Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine, 1(2) (1994), 230. [abstract only]

37.     Udai Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 22(1), 6-7 (1994).

38.     Janis Stone, Steven Padgitt, Wendy Wintersteen, and Mack Shelley, "Farm Show Participants' Perceptions of Chemically Resistant Gloves: Report to Manufacturers," Iowa State University, July 7, 1994, iv + 26 pp.

39.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 22(3), 434-435 (1994).

40.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, "Policy Studies Journal Editors' Report, 1993-94," Policy Studies Journal, 22(3) (1994), 556-559.

41.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 22(4), 570-571 (1994).

42.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Parliamentary By-Elections and Government Stability in the United Kingdom and the United States: A Transfer Function Approach," 1994 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1995), pp. 71-75.

43.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 23(1), 6-7 (1995).

44.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Conservatism," in Donald C. Bacon, Roger H. Davidson, and Morton Keller (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of the United States Congress (New York, NY: Simon and Schuster, 1995), pp. 528-530. [invited]

45.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Conservative Coalition," in Donald C. Bacon, Roger H. Davidson, and Morton Keller (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of the United States Congress (New York, NY: Simon and Schuster, 1995), pp. 530-532. [invited]

46.     Steffen W. Schmidt and Mack C. Shelley, II (Eds.), Readings in American Government and Politics Today (St. Paul, MN: West, 1995, xii + 228 pp.).

47.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 23(2), 198-199 (1995).

48.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 23(3), 402-404 (1995).

49.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, "Policy Studies Journal Editors' Report, 1994-95," Policy Studies Journal, 23(3) (1995), 565-569.

50.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 23(4), 579-580 (1995).

51.     Mack C. Shelley, II, and Joyce McDonough Mercier, "Interaction of Adult Children with Their Parents: Health, Proximity, and Siblings," 1995 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1996), pp. 145-150.

52.     Paula W. Dail and Mack C. Shelley, "An Estimation of the Characteristics and Number of Sheltered Homeless in Iowa." (Ames, IA: Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Iowa State University), February 20, 1996. [Submitted to the Iowa Department of Economic Development]

53.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 24(1), 6-7 (1996).

54.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 24(2), 178-180 (1996).

55.     David Acker, August Ralston, Steffen Schmidt, and Mack Shelley, "International Needs Assessment of Iowa Businesses: The Implications for Iowa State University's 1995-2000 Strategic Plan: Report on the Results of a Survey." (Ames, IA: Council on International Programs, Iowa State University), December 20, 1996.

56.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 24(3), 366-367 (1996).

57.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 24(4), 546-547 (1996).

58.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, "Policy Studies Journal Editors' Report, 1995-96," Policy Studies Journal, 24(4) (1996), 695-699.

59.     Mack C. Shelley, II and Sunhee Kwon, "A Review of the Iowa State Water Plan," Iowa Groundwater Quarterly Forum, 1997.

60.     Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steven G. Koven, "Attitude Formation, Religion, and the Mass Public: Choice and Change in the Cultural Dimensions of American Politics," 1996 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1997), pp. 44-49.

61.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 25(1), 6-7 (1997).

62.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, "Policy Studies Journal Editors' Report, 1996-1997," Policy Studies Journal, 25(2) (1997), 330-334.

63.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 25(2), 210-211 (1997).

64.     Steffen W. Schmidt and Mack C. Shelley, II (Eds.), Readings in American Government (Belmont, CA: West/Wadsworth, 1997, xiv + 329 pp.).

65.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 25(3), 350-351 (1997).

66.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 25(4), 514-515 (1997).

67.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 26(1), 6-7 (1998).

68.     Sunhee Kwon, Mack Shelley, Kenneth Choquette, Marvin Firch, and Rita Gergely, "Rural Well Construction and Well Water Contamination in Iowa," 1997 Proceedings of the Section on Statistics and the Environment of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1998), pp. 72-77.

69.     Warren R. Franke and Mack C. Shelley, II, Evaluation of a Community-Based Health Promotion Program Designed to Increase Physical Activity and Ingestion of Fruits and Vegetables. Des Moines, IA: Iowa Department of Public Health, 1998.

70.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 26(2), 222-223 (1998).

71.     Paula W. Dail, Mack C. Shelley, Scott Fitzgerald, & Joleen Baker. (1998). Homeless in Iowa: Findings from the 1997 Statewide Study. Des Moines, IA: Iowa Department of Education, 1998. [This document appeared in three versions: Abbreviated Summary, Abbreviated Report, and Complete Report.]

72.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 26(3), 366-368 (1998).

73.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, "Policy Studies Journal Editors' Report, 1997-98," Policy Studies Journal, 26(3) (1998), 583-588.

74.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 26(4), 598-599 (1998).

75.     Mack C. Shelley, II, Paula W. Dail, and Scott T. Fitzgerald, "Estimating the Homeless Population: Unduplicated Enumeration in the Presence of Massively Missing Data from Institutional Surveys," 1998 Proceedings of the Section on Survey Research Methods of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1999), pp. 260-265.

76.     Steffen W. Schmidt and Mack C. Shelley, II (Eds.), Readings in American Government, Second Edition (Belmont, CA: West/Wadsworth, 1999, xii + 146 pp.).

77.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 27(1), 6-7 (1999).

78.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 27(2), 198-199 (1999).

79.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 27(3), 422-423 (1999).

80.     Uday Desai, Mack Shelley, and David Feldman, "Policy Studies Journal Editors' Report, 1998-99," Policy Studies Journal, 27(3) (1999), 611-616.

81.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 27(4), 638-639 (1999).

82.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 28(1), 6-7 (2000).

83.     Mack C. Shelley, II, Joyce M. Mercier, Hee-Koung Joeng, and Seongyeon Auh, "A Mover/Stayer Model of Housing Migration," 1999 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 2000), pp. 147-152.

84.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 28(2), 270-271 (2000).

85.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 28(3), 462-463 (2000).

86.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 28(4), 702-703 (2000).

87.     Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Jane E. Clayton (Eds.), Readings in American Government, Third Edition (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2001).

88.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “Policy Studies Journal Editors’ Report, 1999-2000,” Policy Studies Journal, 28(3) (2000), 683-688.

89.     Mack C. Shelley, II, and John H. Schuh, "Are the Best Higher Education Journals Really the Best? A Meta-Analysis of Writing Quality and Readability." Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education. ERIC document ED 448 679. (Also abstracted in Higher Education Abstracts, 2001).

90.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 29(1), 6-7 (2001).

91.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 29(2), 198-199 (2001).

92.     Barbara Ohlund and Mack Shelley, “Iowa’s Continuous Improvement Self-Assessment Analysis of Focus Group Data: Part C.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. [67 pp.] [prepared as part of the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, review of special education service delivery in the state of Iowa, under contract with the Iowa Department of Education] (2001).

93.     Barbara Ohlund and Mack Shelley, “Early ACCESS: Family Support and Service Coordination: Parental Involvement in Services for Children Aged 6-21: Iowa’s Continuous Improvement Self-Assessment, Final Report on Specific Focus Group Questions: Family Support, Service Coordination and Parental Involvement.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. [43 pp.] [prepared as part of the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, review of special education service delivery in the state of Iowa, under contract with the Iowa Department of Education] (2001).

94.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 29(3), 354-355 (2001).

95.     Mack Shelley and Uday Desai, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 29(4), 546-547 (2001).

96.     Mack Shelley, Laura Doering, and Larry Ebbers, “Learning Communities and Higher Education: Effects on Undergraduate Academic Performance and Retention,” 2000 Proceedings of the Section on Statistical Education, the Section on Teaching Statistics in the Health Sciences, and Section on Statistical Consulting (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 2001), pp. 164-169.

97.     Uday Desai, Mack Shelley, and David Feldman “Policy Studies Journal Editors’ Report, 2000-2001,” Policy Studies Journal, 29(3), 535-539 (2001).

98.     Uday Desai and Mack Shelley, “From the Editors,” Policy Studies Journal, 30(1), 6-7 (2002).

99.     Mack Shelley, Stephen Sapp, Paul Lasley, William Woodman, James Hus, and Xinpeng Wang, “Biotechnology and Food Safety: Perceptions from National and State Samples,” 2001 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association)—(CD-ROM) (2002).

100.  Barbara Ohlund, Mari Kemis, Mack Shelley, Robin Galloway, and Anthony Stevens, Success4: Analysis of Participant Action Plans and Achievement Brief Report for May, 2002. Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (2002).

101.  Florence A. Hamrick, John H. Schuh, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Institutional Characteristics and Resource Allocation in Higher Education: Least Squares Predictors of Graduation Rates,” Hawaii International Conference on Statistics Proceedings (CD-ROM). Honolulu, HI MackCShelley.pdf (2002).

102.  Freeman Moser, III, Shirley A. Gilmore, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “PanSaver® Industry Services Project Final Report.” New York, NY: Culinary Institute of America. [46 pages] (2002).

103.  Walter H. Gmelch, Robert D. Reason, John H. Schuh, and Mack C. Shelley, The Call for Academic Leaders: The Academic Leadership Forum Evaluation Report. Ames, IA: The Center for Academic Leadership and the Research Institute for Studies in Education, vi + 55 pp. + Appendices (2002).

104.  Mari Kemis, Mack Shelley, Robin Galloway, and Anthony Stevens, Success4: Analysis of Participant Action Plans, Achievement, and Presurvey Interviews: Brief Report for October, 2002. Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (2002).

105.  Mari Kemis, Mack Shelley, Barbara Ohlund, Robin Galloway, and Anthony Stevens, Success4: Year-End Evaluation Report, October 2001-September 2002. Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education [27 pages] (2002).

106.  Robin Galloway, Lisa Thrane, and Mack Shelley, The Lighthouse Project: Iowa Association of School Boards Brief Report, Sioux Center Site Visit, December 2002. Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education [7 pages] (2002).

107.  Stuart Shulman, Sally Beisser, Teresa Larson, and Mack Shelley, “Digital Citizenship: Lessons Learned as Service-Learning Meets the Digital Divide,” in Proceedings of the Second National Conference on Digital Government Research, May 20-22, 2002 (Digital Government Research Center). (2002) http://www.dgrc.org/conferences/2002_proceedings.jsp

108.  Mack C. Shelley, II, Jamie C. Swift, and Steffen W. Schmidt (Eds.), Readings in American Government, Fourth Edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson Learning/Wadsworth), xvii + 218 pp. (2003).

109.  John Shertzer, Kevin P. Saunders, J. Lily Zheng, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “A Structural Equations Model of Perceptions of Student Leadership in Higher Education,” 2002 Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Social Statistics Section [CD-ROM]. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, pp. 3185-3190 [JSM2002-000275.pdf] (2003).

110.  Robin Galloway , Lisa Thrane, and Mack Shelley, “The Lighthouse Project, Iowa Association of School Boards, Brief Report, Fort Madison Site Visit, January 2003.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. [7 pages] (2003).

111.  Lisa Thrane, Mari Kemis, and Mack Shelley, “ITEC 110 Peer Mentors Focus Group Report.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. [8 pages] (2003).

112.  Robin Galloway and Mack Shelley, “The Lighthouse Project, Iowa Association of School Boards: Brief Report, BCLUW-GMG.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. [11 pages] (2003, June).

113.  Lisa Thrane, Mack C. Shelley, and Mari Kemis, “Digital Divide Evaluation Report.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. [15 pages] (2003, August).

114.  Stuart Shulman, Mack Shelley, and Lisa Thrane, “Digital Citizenship: Parameters of the Digital Divide,” in Proceedings of the Third National Conference on Digital Government Research, May 18-21, 2003 (Digital Government Research Center). (2003)

115.  Mari Kemis, Mack Shelley, Robin Galloway, and Anthony Stevens, “Success4 Final Evaluation Report: March 2003-September 2003.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. [14 pages] (2003).

116.  Liz Manion, Mack Shelley, Mari Kemis, and Lindsey Wright (primary contributors), “City of Des Moines 2002 City-Wide Citizen Satisfaction Survey: Report on City Services.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (October, 2003).

117.  Lisa Thrane, Mari Kemis, and Mack Shelley, “Digital Citizenship: Expanding Information Technology Literacy with a Service-Learning Approach: Evaluation Report, July 2002 to July 2003.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. (December, 2003).

118.  Robin Galloway and Mack Shelley, “The Lighthouse Project: Iowa Association of School Boards: Brief Report, Sioux Center.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. (December, 2003).

119.  Dawn Harms, Lisa Thrane, Mari Kemis, and Mack Shelley, “Evaluation Report on Fall 2003 Student Digital Divide Focus Group.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. (January, 2004).

120.  Lisa Thrane, Mari Kemis, and Mack Shelley, “Fall 2003 Service-Learning Lab Coordinator Interview.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education [8 pp.] (February, 2004).

121.  Robin Galloway and Mack Shelley, “The Lighthouse Project, Iowa Association of School Boards, Brief Report: Fort Madison.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education [21 pp.] (February, 2004).

122.  Lisa Thrane, Mari Kemis, and Mack Shelley, “Spring 2003 Workshop Participants Focus Group Report.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. [7 pp.] (April, 2004).

123.  Mari Kemis, Kevin Saunders, and Mack Shelley, “Report of Faculty Satisfaction with RISE Services.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education [iii + 60 + 9 pp.] (March, 2004).

124.  Lisa Thrane, Mari Kemis, and Mack Shelley, “Evaluation Report on Spring 2004 Student Digital Divide Focus Group.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education [10 pp.] (June, 2004).

125.  Sarah Theule Lubienski, Eric Camburn, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “A Closer Look at Mathematics Instruction, Achievement, and Equity: Examinations of Race and SES in 2000 Main NAEP Data,” submitted to the National Center for Education Statistics. Ames, IA: Iowa State University [125 pp.] (July, 2004).

126.  Lisa Thrane, Mari Kemis, and Mack Shelley, “Fall 2003 Workshop Participants Focus Group Report.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education [6 pp.] (July, 2004).

127.  Lisa Thrane, Mari Kemis, and Mack Shelley, “Spring 2004 Workshop Participants’ Focus Group Report.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education [7 pp.] (July, 2004).

128.  Robin Galloway and Mack Shelley, “The Lighthouse Project, Iowa Association of School Boards, Brief Report: BCLUW CSD and GMG CSD.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education [21 pp.] (October, 2004).

129.  Ann Gansemer-Topf, Kevin Saunders, John Schuh, and Mack Shelley, “A Study of Resource Expenditures and Allocation at DEEP Colleges and Universities: Is Spending Related to Student Engagement?” Ames, IA: Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Iowa State University, November 2004. Documenting Effective Educational Practices/National Survey of Student Engagement [On-line.] Available: http://www.iub.edu/~nsse/pdf/DEEP_Expenditures_Schuh.pdf (December, 2004).

130.  Robin Galloway and Mack Shelley, “The Lighthouse Project, Iowa Association of School Boards: Brief Report, Sioux Center, January 2005.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (March, 2005).

131.  Mack C. Shelley, II, and Sarah T. Lubienski, “Do NCTM Reform Practices Matter? Predicting Precollege Student Mathematics Achievement Using NAEP 2000 Data.” 2004 ASA Proceedings: Papers presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meetings, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August 8-12, 2004, and other ASA-sponsored conferences, pp. 2363-2368. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association (March 2005). [CD-ROM] [Jsm2004-000151.pdf]

132.  Robin Galloway and Mack Shelley, “The Lighthouse Project, Iowa Association of School Boards: Brief Report, Fort Madison. March, 2005.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (March, 2005). [16 pages]

133.  Lisa Thrane, Robin Galloway, and Mack Shelley, “Iowa Behavioral Alliance: Iowa School-Wide PBS Implementation.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (June, 2005). [5 pages]

134.  Abhishek Seth, Shana S. Smith, Mack Shelley, and Jiang Qi, “A Low Cost Virtual Reality Human Computer Interface for CAD Model Manipulation,” Proceedings of the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition. Washington, DC: American Society for Engineering Education. (2005). [9 pages]

135.  Lisa Thrane, Mack C. Shelley, and Katie Gilmore, “Science Writing Heuristic: First Year Grant Evaluation.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (July 2005). [22 pages]

136.  Seongyeon Auh, Sue R. Crull, Chris C. Cook, & Mack C. Shelley, II., “The complexity of housing satisfaction for rural families in Iowa.” Abstracts of Refereed Papers Presented at the American Association for Housing Educators’ Annual Conference, Denver, CO. (October, 2005)

137.  Seongyeon Auh & Mack C. Shelley, II, “Iowa Aging and Disability Resource Connection: Pre-ADRC Consumer Focus Group Report.” Report to the Iowa Department of Elder Affairs and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. (October, 2005) [19 pages]

138.  Seongyeon Auh and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Pre-ADRC Consumer’s Needs Assessment: 2005 Iowa State Fair Consumer Survey Summary.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (October 31, 2005). [10 pages]

139.  Seongyeon Auh, Kevin Saunders, & Mack C. Shelley, II, “Pre-ADRC Consumers’ Needs Assessment: Summary of 2005 Iowa State Fair Consumer Surveys.” Report to the Iowa Department of Elder Affairs and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. (October, 2005) [16 pages]

140.  Mary Anderson, Mack C. Shelley, II, & Seongyeon Auh, “Iowa’s Aging and Disability Resource Center Semi-Annual Report in October 2005” (on-line template). Report to the Administration on Aging and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Baltimore, MD: Lewin Group [November, 2005]

141.  Seongyeon Auh and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Iowa Aging and Disability Resource Connection: Pre-ADRC Consumer Focus Groups Report.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (November 14, 2005) [19 pages]

142.  Kevin Saunders and Mack C. Shelley, II, “2005 Governor’s Conference on Aging Customer and Provider Survey Summary.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (November 17, 2005) [13 pages]

143.  Seongyeon Auh and Mack Shelley, “Pre-ADRC Marketing Survey: Summary of Name Preferences Survey.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (December, 2005). [11 pages]

144.  M.L. Feldmann, Andreas Pohlmann, and Mack Shelley, “Iowa State University Architectural and Engineering Service Costs.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (December 22, 2005). [10 pages]

145.  Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Erica Merkley (Eds.), Readings in American Government, Fifth Edition. Belmont, CA: Thomson Higher Education. (2006) [viii + 215 pp.]

146.  Mani Mina, Arun Somani, Akhilesh Tyagi, Diane Rover, Matthew Feldmann, and Mack Shelley, “Learning Streams: A Case Study in Curriculum Integration,” pp. F1D-5–F1D-9 of Proceedings, 35th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference. Piscataway, NJ: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers(2006).

147.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Education Research Meets the Gold Standard: Statistics, Education, and Research Methods After ‘No Child Left Behind.’” 2005 ASA Proceedings: Papers presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meetings, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 7-11, 2005, and other ASA-sponsored conferences. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association [CD-ROM], pp. 2006-2011 (2006).

148.  Mack Shelley, Sue Crull, Christine Cook, Qi Jiang, and Seongyeon Auh, “Movers, Stayers, and Lifers: A Structural Equation Analysis of the Likelihood of Spending the Rest of Your Life in Your Current Home Community.” 2005 ASA Proceedings: Papers presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meetings, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 7-11, 2005, and other ASA-sponsored conferences. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association [CD-ROM], pp. 2012-2818 (2006).

149.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Attitudes, Definitions, Use of, Scales, Measurement, History,” pp. 61-62 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

150.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Axiomatic Theory,” pp. 64-65 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

151.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Christian Coalition,” pp. 132-133 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

152.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Cognitive Dissonance,” pp. 161-162 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

153.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Effect Size,” p. 326 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

154.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Empiricism,” pp. 337-338 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

155.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Forecasting, Trends, Methods and Issues” pp. 403-405 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

156.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Hypotheses, in Research,” pp. 486-487 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

157.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Item Response Theory,” pp. 527-528 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

158.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Quantitative Research Methods,” pp. 836-841 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

159.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Questionnaires, in Research, Development, Issues,” pp. 842-846 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

160.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Structural Equation Modeling,” pp. 969-971 in Fenwick W. English (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) (2006).

161.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Report on Civil and Construction Engineering Focus Groups.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (February 4, 2006). [50 pages]. [Prepared for Continuing Education and Communication Services.]

162.  Seongyeon Auh & Mack C. Shelley, II, “Iowans’ Needs Assessment for the Iowa Aging and Disability Resource Center: The Iowa Family Survey Report.” Report to the Iowa Department of Elder Affairs and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. (April, 2006) [23 pages]

163.  Mary Anderson, Mack C. Shelley, II, & Seongyeon Auh, “Iowa’s Aging and Disability Resource Center Semi-Annual Report, April, 2006” (on-line template). Report to AoA and CMS. Baltimore, MD: Lewin Group. (May, 2006)

164.  M.L. Feldmann and Mack C. Shelley II, “Judicial Branch Education Project Evaluation Report.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (June 26, 2006). [58 pages]

165.  Laura I. Rendón, Vijay Kanagala, Frankie Santos Laanan, Gregory S. Nichols, Mack C. Shelley, and Soko S. Starobin, “Iowa Public Higher Education: Enrollment Challenges, Opportunities for Future Growth.” Education Policy and Practice Perspectives, 1(2006, Spring). Ames, IA: Iowa State University, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. [12 pages].

166.  Corey Rumann and Mack C. Shelley, “Science Writing Heuristic: Second Year Grant Evaluation.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education, College of Human Sciences, Iowa State University (July 2006). [24 pages]

167.  Seongyeon Auh, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Min-Sun Lee, “The Iowa Aging and Disability Resource Center 2006 Spring Consumer Satisfaction Report of the Participating Area Agencies on Aging.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education, College of Human Sciences, Iowa State University (July 2006). [40 pages]

168.  Seongyeon Auh & Mack C. Shelley, II, “Consumer Satisfaction Report: The consumers and caregivers from the Iowa Family Caregiver Program.” Report to the Iowa Department of Elder Affairs and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education (2006).

169.  Seongyeon Auh and Mack C. Shelley, II, “The Iowa Aging and Disability Resource Center 2006 Fall Consumer Satisfaction Report of the Participating Area Agencies on Aging.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education, Iowa State University (October 26, 2006). [13 pages]

170.  Seongyeon Auh and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Evaluation for Web site development: Testing of www.lifelonglinks.org.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education, Iowa State University (October 19, 2006). [17 pages]

171.  Seongyeon Auh, Mack C. Shelley II, Sue Crull, & Chris C. Cook, “Needs assessments: Housing resources related to community-based care/living.” Abstracts of Refereed Papers presented at the American Association for Housing Educators’ Annual Conference, Ithaca, NY. (October, 2006).

172.  Mary Anderson, Mack C. Shelley, II, & Seongyeon Auh, “Iowa’s Aging and Disability Resource Center Semi-Annual Report in October 2006” (on-line template). Report to the Administration on Aging and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Baltimore, MD: Lewin Group. (November, 2006)

173.  Robin Galloway, Sonmez Pamuk, and Mack Shelley, “Iowa Behavioral Alliance Annual Evaluation Report, 2006.” Ames, IA: Research Institute for Studies in Education. [87 pp.]

 

Manuscripts Submitted or in Preparation:

1.        Paul Lasley, James J. Huss, William Woodman, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Implications of the Aging Baby Boomers for the Food System,” to be resubmitted.

2.        Mack C. Shelley, II, Stephen G. Sapp, Paul Lasley, William F. Woodman, James J. Huss, Qi Jiang, and Xinpeng Wang, “Genetic Engineering and Food Safety: Trust, Risk, and Policy,” to be resubmitted.

3.        Xiaolan Li and Mack C. Shelley, II, “The Effect of Demographic, Behavioral, and Attitudinal Predictors of the Frequency of Reading the Nutritional Labels on Food Packages Among Consumers Over 50 Years Old,” to be resubmitted.

4.        Geoffrey Abelson, Kathy R. Connor, Nadine Killmer, Anthony Stevens, Mari Kemis, Mack Shelley, and Thomas Andre, “Contextual Teacher Preparation: Effects on Self-Efficacy,” to be resubmitted.

5.        B Danowsky, GS Marquis, E Colecraft, B Dobson, MJ Oakland, and M Shelley, “Spanish language use and previous child-feeding practices predict caregivers’ response to a nutrition education intervention in Iowa WIC clinics,” to be resubmitted to the Journal of the American Dietetic Association.

6.        Sue R. Crull, Christine C. Cook, Marilyn J. Bruin, Becky L. Yust, Mack C. Shelley, Sharon Laux, Jean Memken, Shirley Niemeyer, and B.J. White, “The Role of Local Housing Decisions in Rural Community Vitality,” to be resubmitted to Rural Sociology.

7.        Mack C. Shelley, II, Brian Hand, and Larry Yore, “Education Research Meets the Gold Standard: Statistics, Education, and Research Methods After ‘No Child Left Behind’,” submitted to Chance Magazine 02/13/06.

8.        M.L. Feldmann, Donald Chrusciel, Andreas Pohlmann, Mack C. Shelley, II, Kelly McCool, Dean A. Morton, and Christopher K. Ahoy, “Architectural and Engineering Fees from the Public Institutional Perspective,” resubmitted to the Journal of Management in Engineering 2/4/07.

9.        Linda S. Niehm, Keila E. Tyner, Margaret A. Fitzgerald, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “E-Commerce Technology Diffusion and Acceptance for Family-owned Businesses,’” to be resubmitted.

10.     Timothy D. Levonyan Radloff and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Racial Prejudice in the 21st Century: Issues of Conceptualization and Measurement,” submitted to the Journal of College Student Development.

11.     Robyn Johnson and Mack Shelley, “Epistemic Beliefs about Knowledge Acquisition and Implications for Stress in College Students,” submitted to College Teaching.

12.     Jane Rose M. Njue, Maurice MacDonald, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Sedahlia Jasper Crase, “Effect of Boundary Regulation on Children’s Academic Performance: Adolescents’ Perspective of Family Functioning,” to be submitted.

13.     Sara B. Marcketti and Mack Shelley, “Consumer concern, knowledge, and attitude toward counterfeit apparel products,” submitted to the Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management.

14.     Linda S. Niehm, Keila E. Tyner, Margaret A. Fitzgerald, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “E-Commerce Technology Diffusion and Acceptance for Family-Owned Business,” submitted to Family Business Review.

15.     M.L. Feldmann, Mack C. Shelley II, Kathleen M. Sampson, and Nancy Peterson, “Judicial Branch Education Project,” to be submitted to Judicature.

16.     Seongyeon Auh & Mack C. Shelley, II., “Who are at Risk for E-exclusion?: Focusing on access to the Internet and computers and e-literacy,” to be submitted to the Journal of Information Technology and Politics.

17.     Seongyeon Auh, Chris C. Cook, Sue R. Crull, & Mack C. Shelley, II, “Explaining community satisfaction among rural residents: An integrated model, to be submitted to the Journal of Social Indicators.

 

Professional Papers and Conference Participation:

1.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "A Time Series Analysis of the Appearance and Success of the Conservative Coalition, 1933-1976," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 1978.

2.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "Forecasting the National Budget with the Technique of Time Series Analysis," presented at the Southeast Regional Conference of the American Society for Public Administration, October 1978.

3.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "Issues and Party Unity in the House of Representatives: Policy Implications of the Bifurcation of Congressional Democrats Into Liberal Northern and Conservative Southern Wings," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, November 1978.

4.        David Adamany and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Activists' and Mass Public Attitudes Toward Free Speech," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, November 1978.

5.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "Political Attitudes, Partisanship, and Activity among Mississippi State University Undergraduates," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Mississippi Political Science Association, April 1979.

6.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "The Conservative Coalition and the President, 1953-1978," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, November 1979.

7.        "Presidents, Public Policy, and the Conservative Coalition, 1953-1978," Department of Political Science Professional Seminar, December 11, 1979.

8.        Mack C. Shelley, II, "Forecasting the Federal Budget: Univariate Strategies," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, August 1980.

9.        "Polls, Predictions and the Press," Political Science Club and Pi Sigma Alpha Seminar, October 27, 1980 (with Ardith Maney).

10.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Forecasts, Foresight, and Future-Telling: Applications of Time Series Analysis in Political Science," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, November 1980.

11.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Patterns of Competition in Congressional Elections," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 1981.

12.     "Forecasting Tax Revenues for the Iowa Department of Transportation with ARIMA Strategies," Statistical Laboratory Seminar, April 22, 1981.

13.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "ARIMA Models for Revenue Forecasting in the Iowa Department of Transportation," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, August 1981.

14.     "Lies, Damn Lies, and Political Surveys," Department of Political Science Professional Seminar, March 25, 1982 (with Kenneth Millsap).

15.     Participant in panel discussion on the 1982 Iowa gubernatorial contest, sponsored by Pi Sigma Alpha, October 19, 1982.

16.     "United States Senate Elections, 1914-1980," Department of Political Science Professional Seminar, November 11, 1982.

17.     "U.S. Congressional Elections, 1788-1980: A Nonparametric View," Statistical Laboratory Seminar, April 6, 1983.

18.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "U.S. Senate Elections, 1914-1982: Regional Differences and Historical Trends," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 1983.

19.     "The Upcoming Presidential Election," presented for Iowa State University Summer Cultural and Recreational Events, June 30, 1983.

20.     "The Role of Capital Markets in Commercial-Bank Surveillance: An Intervention Analysis," Statistical Laboratory Seminar, February 8, 1984.

21.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "By-Elections and Government Stability in Britain and the United States, 1824-1983," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 1984.

22.     Participant in roundtable on the 1984 elections, Department of Political Science, November 7, 1984.

23.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Conservative Coalition Success in the U.S. Congress: A Transfer Function Analysis," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 1985.

24.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Howard W. Smith and the Conservative Agenda: The Evidence from Roll-Call Analysis," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association, November 1985.

25.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "A Log-linear Analysis of Special Legislative Elections," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, August 1986.

26.     "The Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research: A Social Science Data Archive," Statistical Laboratory Seminar, September 24, 1986.

27.     "The ICPSR: A Data Archive for Social Science Research," Department of Political Science Professional Seminar, October 8, 1986.

28.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "A Nonparametric View of Elections to the U.S. House of Representatives," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, August 1987.

29.     "The Recent Attitudinal Survey on Bioethics," the first in the Iowa State University Bioethics Discussion Series, October 2, 1987 (with William Woodman).

30.     Brian J. Reichel, William F. Woodman, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Paul Lasley, "The New Faith in High Technology: Biotechnology and Iowa," presented at the Midwest Regional Conference of the American Society for Public Administration, October 1987.

31.     William Woodman, Brian Reichel, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "University-Industry Relationships in Biotechnology: Convergence and Divergence in Goals and Expectations," presented at the Iowa State University Agricultural Bioethics Symposium, November 3, 1987.

32.     Mack C. Shelley, II, William Woodman, Brian Reichel, and Paul Lasley, "Perceptions of the Role of University Research in Biotechnology: Town, Gown, and Industry," presented at the Iowa State University Agricultural Bioethics Symposium, November 4, 1987.

33.     Invited respondent to Susan Wright, "Biotechnology and the Military," Iowa State University Agricultural Bioethics Symposium, November 4, 1987.

34.     Janis Stone and Mack Shelley, "Iowa Farmers' Attitudes About Pesticides and Clothing: Perception of Risk, Benefit, and Safety Practices," presented at the poster session at the First International Symposium on the Impact of Pesticides, Industrial, and Consumer Chemicals in the Near Environment, February 10-12, 1988.

35.     "Survey Research on Biotechnology and Economic Development: Some Perspectives and Preliminary Findings," Statistical Laboratory Seminar, February 17, 1988.

36.     Mack C. Shelley, II, William F. Woodman, and Brian J. Reichel, "Research Parks and Economic Development: The Case of Biotechnology," presented at the Annual Conference of the Western Governmental Research Association, March 13-16, 1988.

37.     Brian J. Reichel, William F. Woodman, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Biotechnology and the Cooptation of the University," presented at the poster session for academics at the National Conference of the American Society for Public Administration, April 19, 1988.

38.     Mack C. Shelley, II, William F. Woodman, Brian J. Reichel, and Paul Lasley, "Biotechnology and the Land-Grant University: The Evidence from Sample Surveys," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, August 1988.

39.     Susan C. Daniewicz, Joyce M. Mercier, and Mack C. Shelley, "Changing Attitudes Toward Women's Employment," presented at the 41st Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 1988.

40.     Brian J. Reichel, Mack C. Shelley, II, and William F. Woodman, "Reducing Coordination Barriers Between Universities and Industry: IORs in Biotechnology," presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, April 1989.

41.     Hwarng-du Hwang and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Public Opinion Polls and the 1988 Presidential Election: Patterns and Trends," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 1989.

42.     Invited seminar (untitled) on applications of statistical methods in public policy research, Council of State Governments, Lexington, KY, June 30, 1989.

43.     Invited participant at the Sixth Political Methodology Conference, University of Minnesota, July 13-15, 1989.

44.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Time Series Perspectives on Federal Budgetary Aggregates," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, August 1989.

45.     Mack C. Shelley, II and Steven G. Koven, "Dealignment, Realignment, and the 1988 Vote: Evidence from Senate Elections," presented at the 1989 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1989.

46.     Invited participant in roundtable discussion, "Important Social Values Surrounding Biotechnology," at the GTE Lectureship Program on Science, Technology and Human Values conference on Biotechnology and Ethics: Social Change and Human Values, University of Missouri-Columbia, December 6, 1989.

47.     "University and State Government Response to Biotechnology," invited talk presented at the GTE Lectureship Program on Science, Technology and Human Values conference on Biotechnology and Ethics: Social Change and Human Values, University of Missouri-Columbia, December 7, 1989.

48.     Liangfu Wu, Xia Li, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Ellen B. Pirro, "Tiananmen Square and Perceptions of Political Realities in China: A Content Analysis of Media Coverage," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 1990.

49.     "Dealignment, Realignment, and the 1988 Vote: Evidence from Senate Elections," Political Science Colloquium, April 19, 1990 (with Steven Koven).

50.     Invited participant in a meeting with the National Advisory Task Force on Positive Guidance concerning the Final Report of the Task Force, June 8, 1990.

51.     "Ethics and Government," Iowa Municipal Clerks' Institute, July 19, 1990.

52.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "A Vector Autoregressive Analysis of Congressional Voting Behavior," presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 1990.

53.     Invited participant in roundtable discussion on the 1990 elections, at the Iowa Conference of Political Scientists, November 3, 1990.

54.     Ellen B. Pirro, Mack C. Shelley, II, Liangfu Wu, and Xia Li, "Content Analysis and Linguistic Differences: An Application to Chinese and American Media Coverage of Tiananmen Square," presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meetings, April 1991.

55.     Joyce McDonough Mercier, Shi-Jiuan Wu, and Mack C. Shelley, "Interaction of Adult Children with Their Parents: The Effects of Health, Proximity, and Number of Siblings," presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meetings, April 1991.

56.     William F. Woodman, William J. Kinney, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "The Corporate University: Biotechnology, Entrepreneurship, and the Goals of Academe," presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, April 1991.

57.     Stephen J. Stambough and Mack C. Shelley, II, "New Alignments in American Voting Behavior: A Three-Stage Least Squares Analysis of the 1988 Presidential Election," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 1991.

58.     Daniel Mundfrom, William Miller, and Mack Shelley, "Perceptions of Course Difficulty," invited seminar presented at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, April, 1991.

59.     Kathy Shelley and Mack Shelley, "Presidential Delegate Projections: A Statistical Forecasting and Graphical Reporting System," prepared for the Zenith Data Systems Masters of Innovation III Competition, May 29, 1991.

60.     Mack C. Shelley, II and Kathleen D. Shelley, "Presidential Elections and Campaign Money: Statistical and Graphical Evidence," presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 1991.

61.     Chair, panel on "Cohesion and Cleavage: Party, Ideology, and Policy in Congress," at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 1991.

62.     Kathy and Mack Shelley, "Designing Data Analysis Systems by Integrating PC SAS, Windows 3.0, and Toolbook," presented at the 1991 MidWest SAS Users Group Conference, September 1991.

63.     Daniel J. Mundfrom, Mack C. Shelley, II, and William G. Miller, "Perceptions of Course Difficulty," presented at the Winter Conference of the American Statistical Association, January 1992.

64.     Janis Stone, Patricia Higby, Mack Shelley, and H. Michael Stahr, "Contamination of Cotton Denim with Terbufos," presented at the Nordic Coordination Group on Protective Clothing as a Technical Preventive Measure (NOKOBETEF) IV, 1992 Conference on Quality and Usage of Protective Clothing, Kittila, Finland, February, 1992.

65.     Daniel J. Mundfrom, William G. Miller, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "An Application of Course Difficulty Estimates to the Prediction of Academic Achievement," presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 1992.

66.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Conservative Policy Success in the United States Congress: A Longitudinal Analysis of Alternative Measures," presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, April 1992.

67.     William J. Kinney, William F. Woodman, and Mack C. Shelley, "Economic Development Funding and the Land-Grant University: The Changing Nature of University Personnel and Their Research," presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, April, 1992.

68.     Cletus R. Mercier, Geneva H. Adkins, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Julie B. Rimkus, "Age as a Predictor of Injury Severity in Broad-side and Angle Vehicular Collisions," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, April, 1992.

69.     Cletus R. Mercier, Julie B. Rimkus, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Joyce M. Mercier, "Age as a Predictor of Injury Severity in Head-on Vehicular Collisions," presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 1992.

70.     Stephen J. Stambough and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Evaluations of Leadership and Voter Choice in the 1988 Presidential Election: Structural-Equations Analysis," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1992.

71.     Invited presentation (untitled) at the Iowa Council for the Social Studies, 1992 Fall Workshops and Conference, on effects of the mass media on political opinions and voting behavior, October 5, 1992.

72.     "Estimating the Effects of Age on the Severity of Injuries Received by Drivers and Front-seat Passengers in Head-on Vehicular Collisions," Statistical Laboratory Seminar, October 28, 1992.

73.     J.M. Mercier, M.C. Shelley, and Shi Jiuan Wu, "Interaction Patterns of Aging Parents and Their Adult Children," presented at the 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November, 1992.

74.     Janis Stone, Patricia Higby, Mack Shelley, H.M. Stahr, and Janice Huck, "Effects of Liquid Laundry Starch on Terbufos Residues, Thermal Insulation, and Permeability of Cotton Work Fabrics," presented at the Second International Symposium on Consumer Environmental Issues: Safety, Health, Chemicals, and Textiles In the Near Environment, February 1993.

75.     Cletus R. Mercier, Geneva H. Adkins, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Joyce M. Mercier, "Age as a Predictor of Injury Severity in Broad-Side and Angle Vehicular Collisions," presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 1993.

76.     Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steven G. Koven, "Consistency or Change in Issue Dimensions of the Cultural War," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1993.

77.     Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steven G. Koven, "Attitude Formation, Religion, and the Mass Public: Choice and Change in the Cultural Dimensions of American Politics," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 1994.

78.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Parliamentary By-Elections and Government Stability in the United Kingdom and the United States: A Transfer Function Approach," presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 1994.

79.     J. Stone, S. Padgitt, W. Wintersteen, and M. Shelley, "Farm Show Participants' Perceptions of Chemically Resistant Gloves," presented at the XII International Congress of Agricultural Medicine and Rural Health (Stockholm, Sweden), July 10-13, 1994.

80.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Of Time and Government Stability: By-Elections and Signal Processing," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 6-8, 1995.

81.     Joyce McDonough Mercier and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Interaction of Adult Children with Their Parents: Health, Proximity, and Siblings," presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, April 1995.

82.     Cletus R. Mercier, Julie B. Rimkus, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Joyce M. Mercier, "Age as a Predictor of Injury Severity in Head-on Vehicular Collisions," presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, April 1995.

83.     Mack C. Shelley, II, and Joyce McDonough Mercier, "Interaction of Adult Children with Their Parents: Health, Proximity, and Siblings," presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 1995.

84.     J. M. Mercier, M. C. Shelley, II, and E. A. Powers, "Religious Commitment and Social Relationships: Their Relative Contributions to Self-esteem of Catholic Sisters in Later Life," presented at the 48th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 15-19, 1995, Los Angeles, CA.

85.     C. R. Mercier, M. C. Shelley, II, J. M. Mercier, and Adkins, G. H., "Age as a Predictor of Injury Severity in Broad-side and Angle Vehicular Collisions," presented at the 48th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 15-19, 1995, Los Angeles, CA.

86.     Joyce M. Mercier and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Quality of the Adult Child/Aging Parent Relationship: A Structural Equations Approach," presented at the Midwest Sociological Society, April, 1996, Chicago, IL.

87.     Mack C. Shelley, II and Paula W. Dail, "Models for Estimating the Number and Characteristics of the Sheltered Homeless," presented at the 36th Annual Workshop of the National Association for Welfare Research and Statistics, San Francisco, California, July 7-10, 1996.

88.     Paula W. Dail and Mack C. Shelley, "Descriptive Characteristics and Demographic Trends of the Sheltered Homeless," presented at the 36th Annual Workshop of the National Association for Welfare Research and Statistics, San Francisco, California, July 7-10, 1996.

89.     Mack C. Shelley, II, and Steven G. Koven, "Attitude Formation, Religion, and the Mass Public: Choice and Change in the Cultural Dimensions of American Politics," presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 4-8, 1996, Chicago, IL.

90.     Paula W. Dail and Mack C. Shelley, "The Antecedents and Consequences of Rural Homelessness," presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society, Des Moines, IA, August 15-18, 1996.

91.     Discussant on panel, "The Politics of Policy," at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, August 30, 1996.

92.     Paula W. Dail and Mack C. Shelley, "A Rural State's Perspective on the Systemic Causes of Homelessness," presented at the Confronting an American Disgrace: The Systemic Causes of Homelessness Conference, Indiana University at South Bend, South Bend, IN, September 19-21, 1996.

93.     Paula W. Dail and Mack C. Shelley, "Family and Social Correlates of Homelessness," presented at the Confronting an American Disgrace: The Systemic Causes of Homelessness Conference, Indiana University at South Bend, South Bend, IN, September 19-21, 1996.

94.     Mack C. Shelley, II, and Paula W. Dail, "The Politics and Practice of Public Policy: Homelessness and Public Policy," presented at the 1996 Annual Meeting of the Illinois Sociological Association, St. Charles, IL, October 10-11, 1996.

95.     Paula W. Dail and Mack C. Shelley, "Political Implications of Declining Trends in Homelessness," presented at the National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO, November 7-10, 1996.

96.     J. M. Mercier and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Implications of Policy Related to the Well-Being of the Oldest-Old," presented at the 49th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC, November, 1996.

97.     Cletus R. Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, Julie Rimkus, and Joyce M. Mercier, "Age as a Predictors of Injury Severity in Head-on Highway Vehicular Collisions" presented at the 1997 Annual Transportation Research Board Meetings, Washington, DC, January 13, 1997.

98.     Mack C. Shelley, II, "Back to the Future: Contemporary Public Policy in Social Control," roundtable discussion at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Des Moines, IA, April 4, 1997.

99.     Joyce Mercier and Mack Shelley, "Policy Implications Related to Well-Being of the Oldest-Old Compared to the Younger-Old," presented at the 1997 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, Des Moines, IA, April 4, 1997.

100.  Joyce Mercier and Mack Shelley, "Access to Health Care Among Three Cohorts of Older Americans Residing in a Rural State," presented at the 1997 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, Des Moines, IA, April 5, 1997.

101.  Joe Dale, David Acker, August Ralston, Steffen Schmidt, and Mack Shelley, "International Educational Needs of Iowa Agribusiness," presented at the 13th Annual Conference of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education, Arlington, VA, April 3-5, 1997. [This presentation was granted the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Presentation Award.]

102.  Sunhee Kwon, Mack Shelley, Kenneth Choquette, Marvin Firch, and Rita Gergely, "Rural Well Construction and Well Water Contamination in Iowa," presented at the 1997 Joint Statistical Meetings, Anaheim, CA, August 10-14, 1997.

103.  Chair of panel on Correlated Data Issues, at the conference, Statistics for Correlated Data: A Conference Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Department of Statistics at Iowa State University, Ames, IA, October 17, 1997.

104.  Paula W. Dail and Mack C. Shelley, "Estimating the Number of Sheltered Homeless," presented at the 19th Annual Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Research Conference, Washington, DC, November 6-8, 1997.

105.  Bing Wall, Joyce Mercier, and Mack Shelley, "Which is More Predictive of Elderly Parents and Adult Children Relationships: Solidarity Theory or Reciprocity?," presented at the 50th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Cincinnati, OH, November 17, 1997.

106.  Janelle L. Rhorer, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Camilla P. Benbow, "Gender Differences in Educational and Career Choice Among the Gifted: How Important is Mathematical Ability?," presented at the 1998 Spring Meeting of the International Biometric Society, Eastern North American Region, March 29-April 1, 1998, Pittsburgh, PA.

107.  Bing Wall, Joyce Mercier, and Mack Shelley, "Reconceptualizing Intergenerational Solidarity Theory: Is Consensus or Reciprocity More Predictive of Relationships Between Elderly Parents and Adult Children?," presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, Kansas City, MO, April 2-5, 1998.

108.  Joyce M. Mercier, Lori Paulson, and Mack Shelley, "Adult Daughters: Perceptions of Their Relationships with Their Mothers and Fathers," presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, Kansas City, MO, April 2-5, 1998.

109.  Mack C. Shelley, II, Paula W. Dail, and Scott T. Fitzgerald, "Exploring Policy Implications of Homelessness and Family Conflict in U.S. Society," presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, Kansas City, MO, April 2-5, 1998.

110.  Paula W. Dail, Mack C. Shelley, and Scott Fitzgerald, "Unduplicating the Reported Numbers of Homeless," delivered at the 38th Annual Workshop of the National Association for Welfare Research and Statistics, August 2-5, 1998.

111.  Scott Fitzgerald, Paula W. Dail, and Mack C. Shelley, "Estimating the Sheltered Homeless Population," delivered at the 38th Annual Workshop of the National Association for Welfare Research and Statistics, August 2-5, 1998.

112.  Mack C. Shelley, Paula W. Dail, and Scott Fitzgerald, "Vulnerability to Homelessness," delivered at the 38th Annual Workshop of the National Association for Welfare Research and Statistics, August 2-5, 1998.

113.  Scott T. Fitzgerald, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Paula W. Dail, "Estimating the Homeless Population: Unduplicated Enumeration in the Presence of Massively Missing Data From Institutional Surveys," presented at the 1998 Joint Statistical Meetings, Dallas, TX, August 9-13, 1998.

114.  Discussant on "Policy Analysis: Old and New" panel at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, September 3-6, 1998 (September 5).

115.  Mack C. Shelley, II, "Of Time and the Deficit: Multivariate Time Series Perspectives on Federal Budgetary Aggregates," presented at the "Budget Deficits" panel organized under the auspices of the Policy Studies Organization, at the 94th annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, September 3-6, 1998 (September 4).

116.  Co-presenter (with Paula W. Dail and Scott T. Fitzgerald) of workshop, entitled Statewide Study: Homeless in Iowa, presented at the 10th Annual National Conference (Keeping the Focus on Children and Youth) of the National Association of State Coordinators for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth, Des Moines Iowa, November 7-10, 1998 [November 10].

117.  Joyce M. Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Lori S. Paulson, "Perceptions of Adult Daughters' of their Relationships with their Older Mothers and Fathers," presented at the 51st Annual Scientific Meeting of The Gerontological Society of America, November 20-24, 1998 (November 22).

118.  Cletus R. Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, II, Geneva H. Adkins, and Joyce M. Mercier, "Age and Gender as Predictors of Injury Severity in Broadside and Angle Vehicular Collisions," presented at the 1999 Annual Transportation Research Board Meetings, Washington, DC, January 1999.

119.  Joyce M. Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, II, Hee-Koung Joeng, and Seongyeon Auh, "Movers and Stayers: Factors Affecting Migration Decisions of Elderly Persons," presented at the 1999 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, Minneapolis, MN, April 8, 1999.

120.  Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, II, Montgomery VanWart, and Peter Dombrowski, with Erin Schreck and Jane Clayton, "Preliminary Report on the first National Assessment of Distance Education in Political Science," presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 15-17, 1999.

121.  Invited presentation on the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research as a social science model for data sharing in a virtual laboratory environment, at the Virtual Laboratory Expert Meeting, sponsored by UNESCO, held at the International Institute for Theoretical and Applied Physics, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, May 10, 1999.

122.  Chuanpu Guo, Janis F. Stone, Harvey M. Stahr, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Reduction of Terbufos and Tefluthrin Contamination in Glove Material," presented at the 1999 American Society for Testing and Materials Symposium, Seattle , WA, June 26-29, 1999.

123.  Mack C. Shelley, II, Joyce M. Mercier, Hee-Koung Joeng, and Seongyeon Auh, "A Mover/Stayer Model of Housing Migration," presented at the 1999 Joint Statistical Meetings, August 8-12, 1999, Baltimore, MD.

124.  Chair and discussant on "Environmental Impacts and Risk Assessment" panel at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1999, Atlanta, GA.

125.  Moderator, panel discussion on Post-Tenure Review and Its Implications for Academic Freedom, Iowa Conference of the American Association of University Professors, Ames, IA, October 9, 1999.

126.  Mack C. Shelley, II, Paula W. Dail, and Scott T. Fitzgerald, "Nonresponse in Institutional Surveys to Estimate Statewide Annual Incidents of Homelessness," presented at the 1999 International Conference on Survey Nonresponse, Portland, OR, October 28-31, 1999.

127.  Joyce M. Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, II, Seongyeon Auh, and Hee-Koung Jeong, "Movers and Stayers: Factors Affecting the Migration Decisions of Elderly persons," presented at the 52nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, CA, November, 1999.

128.  Laura Doering and Mack Shelley, “Analysis of Institutional Data to Inform Policy Deliberations,” invited symposium presented at the First Annual Education Research Exchange, Iowa State University College of Education, Ames, Iowa, April 1, 2000.

129.  Joyce Mercier, Mack C. Shelley, II, Seongyeon Auh, and Hee-Koung Joeng, "The Effects of Attachment to Home Upon Migration of the Elderly: A Two-Sample Study," presented at the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, Chicago, IL, April 2000.

130.  Mack Shelley, “Power, Politics, and Art,” invited talk presented at the Brunnier Art Museum Sunday Program (Iowa State University), April 23, 2000.

131.  Laura Doering, Mack Shelley, and Larry Ebbers, "Effects of Learning Communities on Academic Performance and Retention of Entering Undergraduate Students", presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, April 24-28, 2000.

132.  C. Guo, J. Stone, H. M. Stahr, and M. Shelley, "Glove Material Contamination by Granular Terbufos and Tefluthrin," presented at the 6th Meeting of the NOKOBETEF (Nordic Coordination Group on Protective Clothing as a Technical Preventive Measure) and the 1st European Conference on Protective Clothing, Stockholm, Sweden, May 7-10, 2000.

133.  Susan Carlson, Connie Post, and Mack Shelley, “Learning Community Program Presentations: Best Practices¾Ways of Knowing,” presented at the Learning Communities Institute: Sustaining Success in Learning Communities, Iowa State University, May 8, 2000, Ames, IA (invited).

134.  Don Whalen and Mack Shelley, “Consultants in the Round: Assessment Basics,” presented at the Learning Communities Institute: Sustaining Success in Learning Communities, Iowa State University, May 8, 2000, Ames, IA (invited).

135.  Mack Shelley, “Citizen survey feedback” at the Iowa Executive Academy, Des Moines, IA, June 12, 2000 (invited).

136.  Mack Shelley, Laura Doering, and Larry Ebbers, “Learning Communities and Higher Education: Effects on Undergraduate Academic Performance and Retention,” presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 15, 2000, Indianapolis, IN.

137.  “The Clinton Policy Legacy: Where Have All the Democrats Gone?,” presented at the “Roundtable on Economics, Policy, and the Clinton Administration: A Retrospective,” at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, August 31, 2000 (invited).

138.  Mack Shelley, “Writing Proposals for Conference Presentations,” presented at the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies brown bag, November 15, 2000.

139.  “Control Groups” presentation at Learning Communities Workshop, Iowa State University, November 15, 2000.

140.  Mack C. Shelley, II, and John H. Schuh, “Are the Best Journals the Best? A Meta-Analysis of Writing Quality,” presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Sacramento, CA, November 17, 2000.

141.  John H. Schuh, Flo Hamrick, Robert Reason, and Mack C. Shelley, II, roundtable presentation on off-campus learning opportunities for graduate students in higher education, presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Sacramento, CA, November 18, 2000.

142.  Lily Zheng, Kevin Saunders, Mack Shelley, and Don Whalen, “The Use of Precollege Characteristics and Environment to Predict College Performance,” presented at the second annual Education Research Exchange, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, March 24, 2001.

143.  Larry Ginter, Mack Shelley, and Joe Swanson, “Celebrate the Publication of Fertile Ground,” presented at the Militant Labor Forum, Des Moines, IA, March 31, 2001.

144.  Clark Adams and Mack Shelley, “Distance Education,” invited presentation at the Wakonse Conference on College Teaching, Shelby, MI, May 27, 2001.

145.  Mack C. Shelley, II “Predicting Graduation Rates: Two Measures in Search of Valid Predictors,” presented at the 2001 Association for Institutional Research Summer Data Policy Institute,” Potomac, MD, June 28, 2001.

146.  Walter Gmelch, Mack Shelley, and Victor Udin, “Beyond the Deanship: Profiles, Trajectories, and Trade-offs,” presented at the 2001 Global Consortium of Higher Education and Research for Agriculture conference, San Francisco, CA, July 12-14, 2001.

147.  Mack C. Shelley, II, Stephen G. Sapp, Paul Lasley, William F. Woodman, James J Huss, and Xinpeng Wang, “Biotechnology and Food Safety: Perceptions from National and State Samples,” presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 5-9, 2001, Atlanta, GA.

148.  Co-presenter (with Dianne Anderson and Michelle McFadden), Learning Community Assessment Workshop on creating surveys and assessment tools, and forming and utilizing control groups, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, October 3, 2001.

149.  Co-presenter (with Don Whalen and Ana Arboleda) at a National Science Foundation-funded Vertical Integration in Graduate Research and Education Social and Behavioral research group presentation on educational research conducted in collaboration with the Department of Residence office of Research and Assessment, Department of Statistics, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, October 23, 2001.

150.  Stuart Shulman, Sally Beisser, and Mack Shelley, “Digital Citizenship: Expanding Information Technology Literacy with a Service-Learning Approach,” presented at the Instructional Technology Research Forum, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, October 25, 2001.

151.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Homeless in Iowa: Nonresponse and Estimates in a Federally Mandated Study,” presented at a National Science Foundation-funded Vertical Integration in Graduate Research and Education joint meeting of the Survey and Social and Behavioral research groups, Department of Statistics, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, November 14, 2001.

152.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Education Grant Resources,” presented at the 2001 Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association meetings, Ames, IA, December 7, 2001.

153.  Florence A. Hamrick, John H. Schuh, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Institutional Characteristics and Resource Allocation: Predictors of Graduation Rates,” presented at the 2001 Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association meetings, Ames, IA, December 7, 2001.

154.  John H. Schuh, Florence A. Hamrick, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Supporting Student Learning Through Allocation of Financial Resources,” presented at the American Association for Higher Education 2002 National Conference on Higher Education, Chicago, IL, March 16-19, 2002.

155.  Invited participant in Leadership Forum faculty focus group conducted by the Futures Project: Policy for Higher Education in a Changing World (at Brown University), at the American Association for Higher Education 2002 National Conference on Higher Education, Chicago, IL, March 18, 2002.

156.  Jingjing Chen, Mack C. Shelley, and Jude E. Igbokwe, “Cardiovascular Disease in Iowa: An applied logistic regression model to Iowa’s 2000 BRFSS survey data,” presented (poster session) at the National Cardiovascular Health Conference 2002, Washington, DC, April 11-13, 2002.

157.  Stuart Shulman, Sally Beisser, Teresa Larson, and Mack Shelley, “Digital Citizenship: Lessons Learned as Service-Learning Meets the Digital Divide,” presented at the dg.o2002 National Conference on Digital Government Research, Los Angeles, CA, May 19-22, 2002.

158.  Florence A. Hamrick, John H. Schuh, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Institutional Characteristics and Resource Allocation in Higher Education: Least Squares Predictors of Graduation Rates,” presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, June 5-9, 2002, Honolulu, Hawaii.

159.  John Shertzer, Kevin P. Saunders, J. Lily Zheng, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Donald F. Whalen, “A Structural Equations Model of Perceptions of Student Leadership in Higher Education,” presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, New York City, August 11-15, 2002.

160.  Stuart Shulman, Sally Beisser, Teresa Larson, and Mack Shelley, “Digital Citizenship: Lessons Learned as Service-Learning Meets the Digital Divide,” presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 29-September 1, 2002, Boston, MA.

161.  Susan M. Collins, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Joyce M. Mercier, “Attachment, Social Support, and Loneliness in Later Life,” presented at the 55th Annual Scientific of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA, November 22-26, 2002.

162.  John H. Schuh, Mary Huba, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Formative Approaches to Assessing the Experiences of Doctoral Students,” presented at the 27th annual Association for the Study of Higher Education Conference, Sacramento, CA, November 21-24, 2002.

163.  John Shertzer, Vernon Wall, Alisa Frandsen, Yan Guo, Don Whalen, and Mack Shelley, “Four Dimensions of Student Leadership: What Predicts Students’ Attitudes Toward Leadership Development?,” presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association, Ames, IA, December 5-6, 2002.

164.  Sandra R. Ramey, Warren R. Franke, Gregory Welk, and Mack C. Shelley, II, "Application of Precede-Proceed Health Promotion Planning Model for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Efforts among Law Enforcement Officers," presented at the 27th Annual Research Conference of the Midwest Nursing Research Society, Grand Rapids, MI, April 4-7, 2003.

165.  Sarah Theule Lubienski and Mack C. Shelley II, “A Closer Look at U.S. Mathematics Instruction and Achievement: Examinations of Race and SES in a Decade of NAEP Data,” presented at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, April 21-25, 2003.

166.  Mack C. Shelley, II, and Sarah Theule Lubienski, “Mathematics Instruction and Student Achievement: Multilevel Models and Social Structures in NAEP 2000 Data,” presented at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, April 21-25, 2003.

167.  Darin Wohlgemuth, Don Whalen, Yongyi Wang, Julia Sullivan, Mack Shelley, and Carolyn Nading, “"What helps Dick and Jane graduate...an examination of the Fall 1996 Iowa State Freshmen Class," invited brown bag discussion, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, April 30, 2003.

168.  J. Lily Zheng, Kevin Saunders, Mack Shelley, and Don Whalen, “Predictors of Academic Success for Freshmen Residence Hall Students,” invited presentation at the 5th Annual Learning Communities Institute, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, May 12-13, 2003.

169.  Stuart Shulman, Mack C. Shelley, and Lisa Thrane, “Digital Citizenship: Parameters of the Digital Divide,” presented at the dg.o2003 National Conference on Digital Government Research, Boston, MA, May 18-21, 2003.

170.  Stuart Shulman, Mack C. Shelley, and Lisa Thrane, “Digital Citizenship: Parameters of the Digital Divide,” presented at the First Annual Interdisciplinary Research Institute for Survey Science Workshop, May 27-28, 2003, Ames, IA.

171.  Chair of Session 3—Education studies, at the First Annual Interdisciplinary Research Institute for Survey Science Workshop, May 27-28, 2003, Ames, IA.

172.  Panel member for “Future Collaborations” session at the First Annual Interdisciplinary Research Institute for Survey Science Workshop, May 27-28, 2003, Ames, IA.

173.  “Math 150: Discrete Mathematics” (with Fritz Keinert, Howard Shapiro, Allan Schmidt, and Ruchi Dhingra), invited presentation at the Pew Grant Program in Course Redesign, Round III, Workshop IV, June 19, 2003, Seattle, WA.

174.  Participant at the 2003 American Association for Higher Education Assessment Conference, Seattle, WA, June 22-24, 2003.

175.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Effect Size” invited presentation to the Project HOME research group, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, July 1, 2003.

176.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Multicollinearity” invited presentation to the Project HOME research group, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, July 8, 2003.

177.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “What Is Assessment?” invited presentation at the Vice President for Student Affairs Assessment Team retreat, July 16, 2003, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

178.  Mack Shelley, Lisa Thrane, Stuart Shulman, Evette Lang, Sally Beisser, Teresa Larson, and James Mutiti, “Digital Citizenship: Parameters of the Digital Divide,” presented at the 2003 Joint Statistical Meetings, San Francisco, CA, August 3-7, 2003.

179.  Mack Shelley, Lisa Thrane, and Stuart Shulman, “Parameters of the Digital Divide,” invited presentation at the Science and Society seminar series of the Iowa State Institute of Science and Society, September 30, 2003.

180.  Mack Shelley, “Some Applications of Statistics in Political Science,” invited presentation to the Iowa Stat-ers, October 16, 2003.

181.  Mack C. Shelley, II, “Longitudinal Panel Data Analysis: Applications to the NE167 Community Data,” invited presentation at the 2003 meeting of the NE167 Technical Committee, October 20, 2003.

182.  Stuart W. Shulman, Sally Beisser, Teresa Larson, Mack C. Shelley, and Lisa Thrane, “Service-Learning and the Digital Divide,” presented at the International Conference on Civic Education Research, New Orleans, LA, November 16 -18, 2003.

183.  Sue Crull, Chris Cook, and Mack Shelley, “Housing in Rural Communities,” presented at the Center for Family Policy Seminar, Institute for Social and Behavioral Research, December 3, 2003, Ames, IA.

184.  Carrie Temm, Donald F. Whalen, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “The Impact of Work Motivations and Location on the Academic Performance of College Students,” presented at the 2003 Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association Annual Conference, The Hotel at Gateway Center, Ames, IA, December 4, 2003.

185.  Mack Shelley and Carolyn Nading (co-facilitators), “Writing Outcome Statements,” Learning Community Assessment Subcommittee Forum, February 17, 2004.

186.  Mack Shelley, “The Redesign of Mathematics 150: Impact and Statistical Analysis,” seminar presented to the Department of Statistics, Iowa State University, April 6, 2004.

187.  Geoffrey Abelson, Mack Shelley, and Mari Kemis, “Contextual Teacher Preparation: Cohort Effects on Student Teacher Self-efficacy,” presented at the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA, April 12-16, 2004.

188.  Sandra L. Ramey, Warren D. Franke, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Relationship Among Risk Factors for Nephrolithiasis, Cardiovascular Disease, and Ethnicity in a Law Enforcement Cohort,” presented at the 6th Annual Southeastern Wisconsin Nursing Research Conference, Milwaukee, WI, April 30, 2004.

189.  Mack C Shelley, Lisa Thrane, and Stuart W. Shulman, “Generational Differences in Informational Technology Use & Political Involvement,” presented at the dg.o2004 National Conference on Digital Government Research, May 24-26, 2004, Seattle, WA.

190.  Mack Shelley, J. Lily Zheng, Don F. Whalen, and Kevin P. Saunders, “Predictors of Academic Success for Freshmen Residence Hall Students,” presented at the Association for Institutional Research 2004 Annual Forum, May 30-June 2, 2004, Boston, MA.

191.  Participant in Evaluating Professional Development Programs of the Math & Science Partnerships, Washington, DC, June 21-22. 2004

192.  Lisa E. Thrane, Mack C. Shelley, Stuart W. Shulman, Sally R. Beisser, and Teresa B. Larson, “E-political Empowerment: Age Effects and Attitudinal Barriers,” presented at the Summer Institute for Digital Government, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, July 8-9, 2004.

193.  Mack C. Shelley, II, and Sarah T. Lubienski, “Do NCTM Reform Practices Matter? Predicting Precollege Student Mathematics Achievement Using NAEP 2000 Data,” presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 8-12, 2004, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

194.  Coordinated the collection of data from focus groups conducted at the “Touch the Lives of Children with Disabilities” conference, Des Moines, IA, October 21, 2004.

195.  Sue R. Crull, Christine C. Cook, Mack C. Shelley, Marilyn J. Bruin, and Becky L. Yust, “Rural Community Vitality: A Housing Perspective,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the Housing Education and Research Association, Chicago Illinois, October 20-23, 2004.

196.  Sandra L. Ramey, Mack C. Shelley, Gregory J. Welk, and Warren D. Franke, “Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Efforts among Law Enforcement Officers: An Application of the Precede-Proceed Planning Model,” presented at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health symposium, Steps to a Healthier US Workforce 2004 Integrating Protection and Promotion, George Washington University, Washington, DC, October 26-28, 2004.

197.  Sandra L. Ramey, Mack C. Shelley, and Gregory J. Welk, “Preliminary Evaluation of CVD Morbidity Risk Factors and Perception of Health Among Law Enforcement Officers Employed by the Milwaukee Police Department,” presented at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health symposium, Steps to a Healthier US Workforce 2004 Integrating Protection and Promotion, George Washington University, Washington, DC, October 26-28, 2004.

198.  Mack C. Shelley, II, and Matt Feldmann, “Congressional Earmarks and Higher Education: An Impact Study of Federal ‘Pork’ Funding,” presented at the 2004 Association for the Study of Higher Education Conference, Kansas City, MO, November 4-7, 2004.

199.  Janis F. Stone, Charlotte W. Coffman, Paula Imerman, Kun Song, and Mack Shelley, “Glove Liner Wear Study,” presented at the Midwest Rural and Agricultural Safety and Health Forum, November 18-19, 2004, Coralville, IA.

200.  Lisa E. Thrane, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Stuart W. Shulman, “Predictors of e-Political Involvement: Are Seniors Slipping Through the Digital Cracks?,” presented at the 57th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 19-23, 2004, Washington, DC.

201.  With Brian Hand, co-hosted planning conference to prepare for October 26-30, 2005 National Science Foundation conference (“Gold Standard(s) of Quality Research in Science Literacy”) held in Victoria, British Columbia; October 14-17, 2004, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

202.  Darin Wohlgemuth, Don Whalen, Julia Sullivan, Carolyn Nading, Mack Shelley, and Yongyi (Rebecca) Wang, “Factors that Influence Retention and Graduation: How to Keep ‘Em and Complete ‘Em,” presented at the 2004 Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association Annual Conference, Waterloo, Iowa, December 10, 2004.

203.  Robin Galloway and Mack Shelley, “Evaluation of the Iowa Behavioral Alliance: SWIS, PBS, RISE, and aeIou,” presented at the 2004 Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association Annual Conference, Waterloo, Iowa, December 10, 2004.

204.  Invited member of Iowa Council of the Homeless Committee to Discuss Methodology Issues Pertaining to Forthcoming Iowa Homeless Study, December 15, 2004, Iowa Department of Public Health, Des Moines, IA.

205.  Sue Crull, Chris Cook, and Mack Shelley, “Housing in Rural Communities,” seminar presented for the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, February 10. 2005.

206.  Abhijit Chandra, Julie Dickerson, Matt Feldmann, Don Flugrad, Brian Hand, Greg Luecke, Mani Mina, Diane Rover, Mack Shelley, Arun Somani, and Akhilesh Tyagi, “VIE: Vertical Integration of Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering Education,” presented at the National Science Foundation Engineering Education and Centers Grantees Conference, February, 2005, Washington, DC.

207.  Lisa E. Thrane, Mack C. Shelley, II, Stuart W. Shulman, Sally R. Beisser, and Teresa B. Larson, “E-political Empowerment: Age Effects and Attitudinal Barriers,” presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, Minneapolis, MN, March 31-April 3, 2005.

208.  Sue R. Crull, Christine C. Cook, Mack C. Shelley, Jean Memken, and Sharon Laux, “The Role of Housing in Rural Community Vitality,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, Minneapolis, MN, March 31-April 3, 2005.

209.  Mack Shelley, Mary Huba, Doug Epperson, Michelle Cook, Bin Zhang, and Peter Hoekstra, “Effects of Learning Team Characteristics on First-year Undergraduate Retention: Evidence From Structural Equation Models,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 11-15, 2005, Montréal, Quebec, Canada.

210.  Amanda Czerniawski, Shannon Reilly, Mack Shelley, and Jihyun Lee, “The Effects of Obesity Intervention and Selected Covariates on Self-Esteem at Time 2 (Among 9th Grade Students in the Adolescent Health Dataset),” presented at the 2005 American Educational Research Association Institute on Statistical Analysis for Education Policy, April 15-17, 2005, Montréal, Quebec, Canada.

211.  Mack Shelley, “Grant Writing,” invited professional development seminar conducted for staff of the Iowa State University Residence Halls System, April 19, 2005, Ames, IA.

212.  Mack Shelley, “Path Analysis,” invited presentation delivered at the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication Research Friday Seminar, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, April 22, 2005.

213.  Mack Shelley and Kevin Saunders, “Effects of Learning Communities on Undergraduate Student Outcomes,” invited presentation at the 7th Annual Learning Communities Institute, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, May 9, 2005.

214.  Stuart W. Shulman and Mack C. Shelley, “Give the People What They Want: Research Notes From the Hunt for Better Electronic Rulemaking,” presented at the dg.o2005 National Conference on Digital Government Research, Atlanta, GA, May 15-18, 2005.

215.  Sue R. Crull, Christine C. Cook, Mack C. Shelley, Marilyn J. Bruin, and Becky Yust, “Housing and Rural Community Vitality;” presented at the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences 2005 Annual Conference and Exposition, Minneapolis. MN, June 23-26, 2005.

216.  Organizer and panel member, [presentation entitled “Education Research Meets the Gold Standard: Statistics, Education, and Research Methods After ‘No Child Left Behind’”], invited panel session presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 7-11, 2005, Minneapolis, MN.

217.  Mack Shelley, Sue Crull, Christine Cook, Qi Jiang, and Seongyeon Auh, “Movers, Stayers, and Lifers: A Structural Equation Analysis of the Likelihood of Spending the Rest of Your Life in Your Current Home Community,” presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 7-11, 2005, Minneapolis, MN.

218.  Marilyn Bruin, Sue Crull, Becky Yust, Christine Cook, and Mack Shelley, “Social Capital in Small Towns: Influence on Local Housing Decisions and Rural Community Vitality,” presented at the Conference on Social Capital, Malta, September 21-22, 2005.

219.  Seongyeon Auh, Sue R. Crull, Christine C. Cook, and Mack C. Shelley, II, “The complexity of housing satisfaction for rural families in Iowa,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the Housing Education and Research Association, Denver, CO, October 5-8, 2005.

220.  Mack C. Shelley, II, Lisa E. Thrane, and Stuart W. Shulman, “Generational Differences in Information Technology Use and Political Involvement,” presented at the research seminar of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, October 7, 2005.

221.  Mani Mina, Arun Somani, Akhilesh Tyagi, Diane Rover, and Mack Shelley, “Learning Streams: A Case Study in Curriculum Integration,” presented at the 2005 Frontiers in Education Conference, Indianapolis, IN, October 19-22, 2005.

222.  Mack Shelley, Brian Hand, & Larry Yore, “Welcome and Opening Remarks” [keynote address], presented at the National Science Foundation-funded international conference on Gold Standard(s) of Quality Research in Science Literacy, Sidney, British Columbia, Canada, October 26-30, 2005.

223.  Mack Shelley, workshop on “Evaluation and Assessment: Education Research Meets the Gold Standard,” presented at the National Science Foundation-funded international conference on Gold Standard(s) of Quality Research in Science Literacy, Sidney, British Columbia, Canada, October 26-30, 2005.

224.  Mack Shelley, workshop on “Structural Equation Modeling,” presented at the National Science Foundation-funded international conference on Gold Standard(s) of Quality Research in Science Literacy, Sidney, British Columbia, Canada, October 26-30, 2005.

225.  Robyn Johnson and Mack Shelley, “Personal Epistemology: A Filter for Stress in College Students,” presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, November 17-19, 2005.

226.  Robin Galloway, Ismail Sahin, and Mack Shelley, “Evaluation of The Iowa Behavioral Alliance: Preliminary Results and Future Prospects,” presented at the 2005 Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association Annual Conference, Cedar Falls, IA, December 9, 2005.

227.  Emily L. Moore, J. Herman Blake, Deborah W. Kilgore, Edith C. Miller, Elena Y. Polush, Mack C. Shelley, Mary M. Smith, and Spavarie B. Taylor, “HIV/AIDS Prevention in Rural Black Communities: Creative Consequences of A Church/Community/University Approach,” presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, December 10-14, 2005.

228.  Seongyeon Auh and Mack Shelley, “Pre-ADRC Report: Project Evaluation and Survey Results,” presented at the Aging and Disability Resource Connection Work Group meeting, Des Moines, IA, January 25, 2006.

229.  M.L. Feldmann, Andreas Pohlmann, and Mack Shelley, “Identifying a Model for Evaluating Architectural and Engineering Services (A/E) Costs ,” presented to the Iowa State University Department of Facilities Planning and Management, Ames, IA, January 26, 2006.

230.  M.L. Feldmann, Andreas Pohlmann, and Mack Shelley, “Identifying a Model for Evaluating Architectural and Engineering Services (A/E) Costs,” presented to the Iowa State University Department of Facilities Planning and Management meeting of Project Managers and the Vice President for Finance, Ames, IA, February 10, 2006.

231.  Participated in the Mathematics and Science Partnerships Program, Regional Conference, Seattle, WA, March 13-14, 2006.

232.  Seongyeon Auh and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Quality of life among elderly Iowans and Iowans with disabilities: The needs and satisfactions on aging and disability resources in Iowa,” presented at the 2006 Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, March 30-April 2, 2006, Omaha, NE.

233.  John Schuh, Flo Hamrick, Leah Ross, and Mack Shelley, “Research Articles: Things to think about before starting to write,” Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Brown Bag seminar, April 5, 2006.

234.  Tanzy Love, Fritz Keinert, and Mack Shelley, “Discrete Mathematics on the Web: Learner-Centered Course Redesign to Enhance Student Performance and Reduce Costs,” presented at the American Educational Research Association 2006 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 8-12, 2006.

235.  Mack Shelley, “Multivariate Statistical Methods,” presented at the second annual CoSMIC-IMI (Combinatorial Sciences & Materials Informatics Collaboratory-International Materials Institute) Workshop (sponsored by the National Science Foundation), Des Moines, IA, May5-6, 2006.

236.  Stuart Shulman, Lisa Thrane, and Mack Shelley, “Trust in Government and the Role of Public Participation in Rulemakings with Large Numbers of Public Comments,” presented at the 7th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, San Diego, CA, May 21-24, 2006.

237.  Mary C. Anderson, Jane Gay, Mack C. Shelley, II, and Seongyeon Auh, “Vision to Reality: Iowa’s Aging and Disability Resource Connection,” presented at the 2006 Governor’s Conference on Aging, Des Moines, IA, May 22-23, 2006.

238.  Mack Shelley, Tarra Rawdon, Rick Sharp, Jerry Thomas, and Kevin Schalinske, "Meta-Analysis in the Human Sciences: Are Placebo Effects Real?," presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 6-10, 2006, Seattle, WA.

239.  Mack C. Shelley, II, Seongyeon Auh, and Minsun Lee, “LifeLong Links: Iowa's Aging and Disability Resource Center,” presented at the Gerontology Colloquium, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, September 27, 2006.

240.  Seongyeon Auh, Mack C. Shelley II, Sue Crull, and Christine C. Cook, “Needs Assessment: Housing Resources Related to Community-Based Care/Living,” presented at the 2006 Housing Education and Research Association Conference, October 8-11, 2006, Ithaca, NY.

241.  Seongyeon Auh and Mack C. Shelley II, “Evaluation for Web site development,” presented at the October 11, 2006 meeting of the Iowa Aging and Disability Resource Center Work Group, Des Moines, IA.

242.  Mack C. Shelley, II., and Seongyeon Auh, “The needs and satisfactions of aging and disabilities resources in a rural state in the U.S.: Lessons from the Iowa case,” presented at The 3rd International Conference on Healthy Ageing & Longevity, Melbourne, Australia, October 13-15, 2006.

243.  Mack Shelley, “The Aging and Disability Resource Center in Global Perspective: Report on the Third International Conference on Healthy Ageing and Longevity, Melbourne, Australia, October 13-15, 2006,” presented at the meeting of the Elder Affairs Commission, Iowa Department of Elder Affairs, Johnston, IA, October 20, 2006.[invited]

244.  Jerry R. Thomas, Tarra Rawdon, Rick Sharp, and Mack Shelley, “Nutritional Supplements, Placebo Effects, and Strength/Endurance Training: A Meta-Analysis,” presented at the School of Human Movement and Exercise Science, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, October 26, 2006.

245.  M.L. Feldmann, Donald Chrusciel, Andreas Pohlmann, Mack C. Shelley II, Kelly McCool, Dean Morton, and Christopher K. Ahoy, “Considerations for Calculating Architectural and Engineering Fees: Creating a Regression Model for University Facilities,” presented at the Illinois Association for Institutional Research, Springfield, IL, November 2-3, 2006.

246.  Florence A. Hamrick and Mack C. Shelley, II,Participants in Upward Bound and Talent Search Programs: High School Achievement and Preparation for College” (poster), presented at the Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association 2006 Annual Meeting, Iowa City, IA, December 8, 2006.

247.  Presentation to first-year doctoral cohort students in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Iowa State University on sources of funding for graduate student fellowships, travel, and research for dissertation and other purposes, Ames, IA, January 20, 2007.

248.  Danielle Grabe, Sedahlia Jasper Crase, Cathy Hockaday, and Mack C. Shelley, “Adolescents’ Perceptions of Parental Communication and Contraceptive Knowledge: The Effects of Subsequent Contraceptive Use” (poster), to be presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Boston, MA, March 29-April 1, 2007.

249.  Seongyeon Auh and Mack C. Shelley, II., “E-government approaches to delivering aging and disability information and referral services: Lessons from the Iowa case,” to be presented at the Joint Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society and the North Central Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, April 4-6, 2007.

250.  Serkan Perkmen, Dale S. Niederhauser, and Mack Shelley, “Developing the Instructional Technology Outcome Expectations (ITOE) Scale,” to be presented at the American Educational Research Association 2007 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 9-13, 2007.

251.  Amina Charania and Mack C. Shelley, II, “External and Internal Predictors of Technology Use in the Classroom,” to be presented at the American Educational Research Association 2007 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 9-13, 2007.

252.  Larry D. Yore, Brian Hand, Mack Shelley, Donna Alvermann, Nancy Brickhouse, Barry Fraser, and Jonathan Osborne, “The Gold Standard of Science Education Research—Does One Size Fit All Problems?,” symposium panel to be presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research on Science Teaching, New Orleans, LA, April 15-18, 2007.

253.  Mack C. Shelley, II, and Seongyeon Auh, “The ADRC in Global Perspective,” proposed for presentation at the 2007 Governor’s Conference on Aging, West Des Moines, IA, May 21-22, 2007.

254.  Discussant for panel, “Academic Data Mining: Making the Most of the Internet and Information Technology in Political Science Research,” proposed for presentation through the division of Information Technology and Politics and the division of Political Methodology, at the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, August 30-September 2, 2007.

255.  Florence A. Hamrick and Mack C. Shelley, II, “Participants in Upward Bound and Talent Search Programs: High School Achievement and Preparation for College,” to be proposed for presentation at the 31st Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Louisville, KY, November 8-10, 2007.

256.  Florence Hamrick, Robyn Johnson, and Mack Shelley, “How Well Do Postsecondary Enrichment Programs Prepare High School Students for College?: A Multilevel Models Approach,” proposed for presentation at the Joint Statistical Meetings, July 29-August 2, 2007, Salt Lake City, UT.

 

Book Reviews:

1.        Applied Research For Social Policy: The United States and the Federal Republic of Germany Compared, by Kenneth J. Arrow, Clark C. Abt, and Stephen J. Fitzsimmons, in Journal of the American Statistical Association, 75, 748-750 (1980).

2.        Demystifying Social Statistics, by John Irvine, Ian Miles, and Jeff Evans (Eds.), in Journal of the American Statistical Association, 75, 748-750 (1980).

3.        Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (4th ed.), by Robert K. Young and Donald J. Veldman, in Journal of the American Statistical Association, 77, 692-694 (1982).

4.        Basic Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, by Kenneth Pfeiffer and James N. Olson, in Journal of the American Statistical Association, 77, 692-694 (1982).

5.        Selltiz, Wrightsman, and Cook's Research Methods in Social Relations (4th ed.), by Louise H. Kidder, in Journal of the American Statistical Association, 77, 692-694 (1982).

6.        The Readable Maths and Statistics Book, by Barry Edwards, in Journal of the American Statistical Association, 78, 504 (1983).

7.        Content Analysis: An Introduction to its Methodology, by Klaus Krippendorff, in Journal of the American Statistical Association, 79, 240 (1984).

8.        Social Impact Assessment Methods, edited by Kurt Finsterbusch, Lynn G. Llewellyn, and C.P. Wolf, in The American Political Science Review, 79, 289-290 (1985).

9.        Party Identification, Political Behavior, and the American Electorate, by Sheldon Kamieniecki, in The Journal of Politics, 48, 512-515 (1986).

10.     Political Activists in America: The Identity Construction Model of Political Participation, by Nathan Teske, in Perspectives on Political Science, 28(1), 53-54 (1999, Winter).

11.     Statistics in Society: The Arithmetic of Politics, edited by Daniel Dorling and Stephen Simpson, in Journal of Official Statistics, 16(1), 80-82 (2000, March).

12.     Social Movements and American Political Institutions, edited by Anne N. Costain and Andrew S. McFarland, in Perspectives on Political Science, 29(1), 37 (2000).

13.     Democracy, Justice, and the Welfare State, by Julie Anne White, in Perspectives on Political Science, 31(1), 50 (2002).

14.     Guidance for Governance: Comparing Alternative Sources of Public Policy Advice, edited by R. Kent Weaver and Paul B. Stares, in Perspectives in Political Science, 32(1), 52 (2003).

15.     The Quest for Drug Control: Politics and Federal Policy in a Period of Increasing Substance Abuse, 1963-1981, by David F. Musto, and Pamela Korsmeyer, in Perspectives on Political Science, 32(4), 234 (2003).

 

Grants Experience:

1.        Received travel grant from Mississippi State University to attend 1978 ICPSR Summer Program in Ann Arbor, Michigan ($800).

2.        Authored computer equipment purchase research grant submitted to the National Science Foundation, August 1978 (Mississippi State University).

3.        Co-authored instructional grant for purchase of mini-computer system submitted to the National Science Foundation, November 1978 (Mississippi State University).

4.        Worked under institutional grant received from the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and co-authored part of successful request for renewal, 1977-1979 (Mississippi State University).

5.        Iowa State University Research Grant for the period June 1, 1980-May 31, 1981 ($2,300).

6.        Assisted in drafting of Title IX fellowship grant application to the U.S. Department of Education, February 1983; also reapplication of January 1984.

7.        Assisted in drafting of grant proposal for cooperative agreement with the Council on Governmental Ethics Laws, October 1983.

8.        Assisted in drafting of National Science Foundation grant proposal to fund research in applied decision theory, January 1984. Title: "Improving the quality of decision making in local government units." Submitted to the Decision and Management Science Program.

9.        Co-principal investigator for grant application submitted to the Iowa Department of Substance Abuse, April 1985.

10.     Co-principal investigator on National Science Foundation grant proposal to the Biological, Behavioral, and Social Sciences Division of Social and Economic Sciences: "Rural Stagnation, Urban Structure Development, and Fiscal Imbalance;" through the College of Design Research Institute, Omer Ertur principal investigator.

11.     Contributed to Concept Paper prepared for the United States Information Agency Central American University Partnership Program, June 1987.

12.     Participated, as a member of the Iowa State University Ethical Issues in Biotechnology Committee, in a three-year grant from the Joyce Foundation (Chicago) to support research assistantships, visiting faculty, and seminar speakers, 1987-1989 ($75,000).

13.     Participated, as a member of the Iowa State University Ethical Issues in Biotechnology Committee, in drafting portions of a proposal funded for two years by the Northwest Area Foundation, 1987-1988 (Minneapolis) ($50,000).

14.     Received research grant from the Dorfman Fund (Alumni Association and Department of Political Science), 1987 ($500).

15.     Statistical consultant for grant application submitted to the Iowa Legislative Extended Assistance Group: "Determining Factors of Industrial Location Decisions in Iowa: Policy Implications for Economic Development;" through the College of Design Research Institute, Mary Kihl principal investigator ($1,000 funding obtained for graduate student thesis research), 1988.

16.     Participated, as a member of the Iowa State University Ethical Issues in Biotechnology Committee, in drafting a proposal to the Ethics and Values Studies division of the National Science Foundation for a National Agricultural Bioethics Center, 1988.

17.     Statistical consultant for the Council of State Governments under a contract from the Urban Mass Transportation Administration to study state legislators' views of the privatization of public transit, 1988 ($1,000).

18.     Authored Iowa State University Research Grant proposal to obtain Macintosh IIcx hardware and related statistical software, 1988.

19.     Co-authored state of Iowa economic development (EARDA) preproposal to support continued research on the political, social, economic, and structural effects of biotechnology, 1989.

20.     Statistical consultant to the Council of State Governments for research on positive guidance in transportation policy, sponsored by the Martin School of Public Administration, University of Kentucky, with grant support from Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing, 1989.

21.     Statistical consultant for grant application submitted to the U.S. Department of Agriculture: "Effect of Local Office Practices on Certification Costs;" William F. Woodman (Sociology) principal investigator, 1989.

22.     Statistical consultant for grant application submitted to the U.S. Department of Agriculture: "Food Stamp Program Participation;" Jerry Stubben (Political Science) principal investigator, 1989.

23.     Co-principal investigator (with Stephen Aigner, Department of Sociology and Anthropology) on proposal submitted to the Iowa Department of Human Services, to evaluate the impact of Medicaid cost containment, 1990.

24.     Co-author of successful proposal to obtain a DEC workstation for the social sciences faculty of the Iowa State University Statistical Laboratory, 1990.

25.     Co-principal investigator (with Joyce Mercier (Human Development and Family Studies) on proposal submitted to the National Institute of Aging for a multi-wave study of intergenerational geographic mobility and familial stress, with Jacques Lempers (Human Development and Family Studies), and Lori Paulson (Human Development and Family Studies), 1991.

26.     Co-principal investigator (with William G. Miller (Professional Studies in Education) and Daniel J. Mundfrom (Statistics)) on "Estimating Course Difficulty," a research proposal submitted to the Spencer Foundation Small Grants Program, 1991.

27.     Co-principal investigator on proposal to the National Institute of Aging to establish a Center for Applied Gerontology to Study the Oldest Old, at Iowa State University (principal investigator: Peter Martin, Department of Human Development and Family Studies), 1992.

28.     Co-principal investigator on preproposal, "An Investigation of Injury Trauma Among Older Vehicular Accident Victims," submitted to Midwest Transportation Center (with Cletus R. Mercier, College of Engineering; Joyce M. Mercier, Department of Human Development and Family Studies; and Lonnie R. Mercier, M.D. (orthopedic surgery, private practice)), 1993.

29.     Co-principal investigator (with Richard W. Mansbach and Steffen W. Schmidt) on proposal submitted to the United States Information Agency to support the development of an American-style department of political science in the Soviet Union, 1993.

30.     Principal investigator of survey to evaluate program performance for the Mid-America Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel, for a 10-state region, 1995. ($1,000).

31.     Co-principal investigator (with Clete Mercier and Joyce Mercier) on study, "An Investigation of Injury Trauma Among Older Vehicular Accident Victims," sponsored by the Iowa State University Gerontology Program.

32.     Principal investigator on subcontract with the Iowa Department of Public Health, to evaluate the consequences for well contamination of the 1993 floods, 1995. ($10,506 10/20/95 – 11/30/95)

33.     Co-principal investigator of survey of Iowa businesses related to a study by the International Agriculture Programs office at Iowa State University entitled "International Needs Assessment of Iowa Business: The Implication for Iowa State University's 1995-2000 Strategic Plan." ($3,000)

34.     Co-principal investigator of proposal, "Private Water Well Survey Analysis (Flood Data)," submitted to the Iowa Environmental Health Association, March 28, 1996, to extend a study begun under the auspices of the Iowa Department of Public Health to conduct statistical analysis of data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and IDPH on well contamination associated with the 1993 Midwest floods. ($1,800 requested)

35.     Co-principal investigator (with Jan Stone, Mark Hanna, and H. M. Stahr) for proposal "Playground Tires: Are They Safe?," to determine contamination levels on used tractor tires that might be recycled for playground equipment. ($2,250)

36.     Statistical consultant (with Paula Dail) on contract from the Iowa Department of Economic Development on study of homelessness in Iowa. ($3,000)

37.     Subcontract supervisor on "Evaluation Grant of a 5-a-Day Nutrition Program," Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Substance Abuse and Health Promotion (original funding from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), October 1, 1996-September 30, 1997. Principal Investigator, Warren Franke, Iowa State University, Department of Health and Human Performance. ($55,205)

38.     Statistical consultant (with Paula Dail) on grant from the Iowa Department of Education to study homelessness in Iowa. ($30,000)

39.     Co-principal investigator (with Joyce Mercier) on proposal "Migration Decisions of Rural Elderly in Iowa" submitted to the Iowa Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station, March 1997 (revised July 1997). [$10,000 provided by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.]

40.     Co-principal investigator on Special Project Research Initiation Grant (PI: Joyce Mercier, Iowa State University, Department of Human Development and Family Studies), "Migration Decisions of Rural Elderly in Iowa," submitted October, 1997. ($40,000 requested-not funded).

41.     Principal investigator on “Diabetes Data Analysis” contract from the Iowa Department of Public Health ($3,800, 10/15/99–4/15/00)

42.     Co-principal investigator (with Mari Kemis, Iowa State University, Research Institute for Studies in Education) on “Child and Youth Development Project” grant from Heartland Area Education Agency 11 ($5,250 4/1/00-6/30/00)

43.     Co-principal investigator (with Paul Lasley and William Woodman, Iowa State University, Department of Sociology) on grant from the Department of Sociology, Iowa State University, to study food safety and quality, value added concerns in food production, and biotechnology ($11.000 funded).

44.     Co-principal investigator (with Steffen W. Schmidt, and Jane Clayton—undergraduate research assistant) on Iowa State University distance education experiment grant for an introductory course in American national government targeted to high school Advanced Placement, senior, and Honors students who wish to earn college credit while still in high school, delivered via the World Wide Web and supported by BRAVO! courtesy of Wadsworth publishing.

45.     Statistical adviser for proposal, "Evaluation of Health-Care Worker Gloves," submitted to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, July 23, 1998. Principal investigator, Janis Stone, Iowa State University, Department of Textiles and Clothing ($351, 478 requested-accepted, but not funded)

46.     Statistical consultant for proposal, "Household Well-Being After the Polish Transformation, 1994-1999," submitted to the National Science Foundation. Principal investigators: Mary Winter and Earl Morris, Iowa State University, College of Family and Consumer Sciences. ($202,389 requested-not funded.)

47.     Statistical consultant for proposal, "Comparison of Protective Gloves for Health Care Workers," submitted to the Carver Trust. Principal investigator: Janis Stone, Iowa State University, Department of Textiles and Clothing.

48.     Collaborator, with Keith K. Knapp (Iowa State University, Department of Civil and Construction Engineering), on "Application for University Research Grant Spring 1999 Competition: Comparison of Sport Utility Vehicle/Pick-Up Truck and Passenger Car Speeds on Winter Roadways" (February 1, 1999). ($14,340 requested)

49.     Assistant Project Director, "Developing a Framework for Iowa State University-Cuba Links: Promoting Outreach Programs at Iowa State University While Globalizing Faculty, Staff, and Students," April 5, 1999. Funded by the Iowa State University Council on International Programs. ($41,640)

50.     Statistical consultant on proposal submitted to the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Substance Abuse and Health Promotion, for follow-up "New Century Challenge" evaluation grant to study the effects of a 5-a-day nutrition program (RFP from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Principal investigator: Warren Franke, Iowa State University, Department of Health and Human Performance. ($55,000 requested-not funded)

51.     Co-principal investigator (with Susan Pohl, Iowa Department of Public Health) on a proposal "1999 Special Project Grant: Child Obesity Prevention Project," submitted to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a statewide evaluation study of obesity among child participants in the Women, Infants, and Children nutrition program in Iowa. ($294,182 requested-not funded)

52.     Principal investigator on Special Project Research Initiation Grant (co-PIs: Sue R. Crull, Chris Cook, and Joyce Mercier, Iowa State University, Department of Human Development and Family Studies), "Migration and Settlement in Iowa," submitted October 11, 1999. $19,637 funded).

53.     Principal investigator on contract from Des Moines Area Community College for evaluation of the CALT program. ($7,776 funded 10/15/00-11/30/00)

54.     Statistical consultant for "Project (HOME) Home Observation to Measure Effectiveness: An Evaluation of Mid-Iowa Community Action Inc.'s Early Head Start Program." Funded by Administration for Children and Families, United States Department of Health and Human Services (Local Research Partnerships for Early Head Start Programs). Susan L. McBride (Project Director/Principal Investigator), Carla A. Peterson (Project Faculty member), Susan Hegland (Project Faculty Advisor), and Dianne C. Draper, all of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies.

55.     Statistical consultant for proposal "Preparing Professionals for Inclusive Classrooms: Early Childhood Education Unified Program 2000-2003," submitted to the United States Department of Education, November 1999. Principal investigators: Carla A. Peterson (Human Development and Family Studies) and Geoffrey Abelson (Curriculum and Instruction).

56.     Co-principal investigator (with Susan Carlson, Jackie Litt, and Connie Post, Iowa State University, Departments of English, Sociology and Women's Studies program, and English, respectively) on Learning Community Request for Funding for "Ways of Knowing" Learning Community, 2000-2001. $19,525 funded.

57.     Statistical consultant on National Research Initiative Competitive Grants proposal submitted to the U.S. Department of Agriculture by Mary Winter (Associate Dean, College of Family and Consumer Sciences), Camilo Garcia (Department of Human Development and Family Studies), Jan Flora (Department of Sociology), and Cornelia Flora (Department of Sociology): "Sustaining Rural Communities through Effective Assimilation of Latinos." $312,899 requested—not funded.

58.     Faculty leader for University Computation Advisory Committee proposal, “Horizons Advanced Computing and Instructional Lab,” submitted by the Department of Industrial Education and Technology, Iowa State University (Graduate student leader: Dominic Fazarro; Faculty leaders: Dennis Field, Michael Dyrenfurth, Mack Shelley)—not funded.

59.     Subcontract Co-Principal investigator, with Stuart Shulman (Drake University-Department of Environmental Studies), on the National Science Foundation Information Technology Research for National Priorities (ITR) grant (award #0113718), “Digital Citizenship: Expanding Information Technology Literacy with a Service-Learning Approach.” Date: 10/01/01 to 9/30/04. Funding total = $400,000 funded, of which $179,893 for Iowa State University.

60.     Statistical consultant for Project HOME reauthorization proposal, submitted by Carla Peterson (Department of Human Development and Family Studies) to the Administration for Children and Families, United States Department of Health and Human Services (Local Research Partnerships for Early Head Start Programs).

61.     Research team member for “Iowa Tobacco Prevention Demonstration Project” proposal submitted to the Iowa Department of Public Health, David Wright (Ankeny public schools), principal investigator. $194,993 requested—not funded.

62.     Co-Principal investigator on “Citizen Satisfaction in the City of Des Moines” contract with City of Des Moines, Iowa. ($13,365 funded 3/1/01-8/30/01)

63.     Co-principal investigator (with Grace Marquis (Iowa State University—Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition), Mary Jane Oakland (Iowa State University—Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition), and Helen Jensen (Iowa State University—Department of Economics), on “Improving How WIC Teaches Nutrition: Using Stages of Change Criteria and Critical Thinking Skills to Teach About Vegetables” (grant # 478-24-06), from Iowa Department of Public Health, on nutrition education for mothers of children ages 2-5 to increase diet intake of vegetables, $114,483 funded for year 1, $127,139 for year 2 (10/1/03-9/30/04).

64.     Statistical consultant for proposal submitted to National Science Foundation, The Children’s Research Initiative: Integrative Approaches (CRI): “Center for Children and Migration.” Mary Winter (Iowa State University—College of Family and Consumer Sciences Associate Dean for Research) principal investigator. ($100,000 requested—not funded)

65.     Planning team member for grant proposal submitted to the Pew Foundation Grant Program in Course Redesign for revising delivery of Discrete Mathematics. Wolfgang Kliemann (Iowa State University—College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Associate Dean for Research) principal investigator. ($199,814.87 funded)

66.     Principal Investigator (with Barbara Ohlund, Iowa State University, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Co-Principal Investigator) on “Evaluation of Special Education Programs in the State of Iowa” contract from the Iowa Department of Education, Bureau of Children, Family and Community Services. ($13,365 funded 3/1/01-9/30/01)

67.     Principal Investigator (with Barbara Ohlund, Iowa State University, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and Mari Kemis, Iowa State University, Research Institute for Studies in Education, co-principal investigators) on “Addendum to the Evaluation of Special Education Programs in the State of Iowa” contract from the Iowa Department of Education, Bureau of Children, Family and Community Services. ($19,080 funded 3/1/01-9/30/01)

68.     Principal investigator on “Collaborate with Department of Education Personnel on the Development of an AEA Cost Efficiency Study” contract with the Iowa Department of Education (Judy Jeffrey, Administrator, Division of Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education; Jeff Berger, AEA Accreditation, Bureau of Administration and School Improvement Services). ($3,920 funded 3/15/01-5/31/01)

69.     Co-Principal investigator on “Citizen Agenda Setting: The Electronic Collection and Synthesis of Public Commentary in the Regulatory Rulemaking Process,” submitted to the CISE program of the National Science Foundation. Stuart Shulman (Drake University), principal investigator; other co-PIs include Sarah Nusser (Iowa State University). ($1,499,646 requested—$414,574 for Iowa State University [$180,115 for RISE]) (not funded)

70.     Principal investigator on response to the United States Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights’ (OCR) request that Iowa students requiring special education be assigned categorical disability labels for purposes of OCR’s data collection requirements. Iowa Department of Education. ($9,500 funded)

71.     Co-Principal investigator on “Impact of Supplemental Physical Education on Home School Children,” resubmitted to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Gregory Welk (Iowa State University, Department of Health and Human Performance), principal investigator; Katherine Thomas (Iowa State University Department of Health and Human Performance, co-principal investigator. ($145,816 requested—not funded)

69.     Consultant to Marcia Rosenbusch (Iowa State University—Department of Curriculum and Instruction Adjunct Associate Professor) on the design of and subsequent analysis of data form a New Visions in Foreign Language Education survey for the National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center at Iowa State University and the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, to assist in bringing together K-12 foreign language professionals and those in postsecondary institutions to produce graduates of U.S. schools who demonstrate foreign language competence. ($404,457 funded)

70.     Co-principal investigator, with Sarah Lubienski (Iowa State University, Department of Curriculum and Instruction) on National Center for Education Statistics, U.S, Department of Education, grant, “A Closer Look at Mathematics Achievement and Instructional Practices: Examinations of Race, SES, and Gender in a Decade of NAEP Data.” Date: 6/15/02 to 12/15/03. Funding total = $99,928. (no-cost extension to 6/15/04)

71.     Principal Investigator on “Survey of Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering,” Technical Proposal RFP# CPO-02-00002 submitted to the National Science Foundation. ($4,000,000 requested—not funded)

72.     Principal Investigator on “Amazing Marie, Scientist Extraordinaire: Classroom Materials, Video Instructional Set, Text Books, and Materials Fielding for K-8 Science Instruction,” preproposal submitted to the National Science Foundation. ($3,274,553 requested—not funded)

73.     Co-Principal Investigator, with Warren D. Franke (Iowa State University—Department of Health and Human Performance Associate Professor), Scott A. Chadwick (Iowa State University—Greenlee School of Journalism and Mass Communication Assistant Professor), and Panteleimon Ekkekakis (Iowa State University—Department of Health and Human Performance Assistant Professor) on “Job-related stress and CVD in law enforcement officers,” proposal submitted to the National Institutes of Health. ($182,500 requested—not funded)

74.     Consultant to Sarah Lubienski (Iowa State University—Department of Curriculum and Instruction Assistant Professor) on the design and analysis of data for the “Traditional or Standards-Based Mathematics? The Choices and Outcomes in One District” preproposal submitted to the National Science Foundation. ($450,000 requested—not funded).

75.     Co-Principal Investigator, with Carl Smith (Drake University), Marion Panyan (Drake University), and Keli Tallman (Iowa State University, Extension), on the Iowa Department of Education grant, “Iowa Positive Behavioral Supports for Children and Youth,” Date: 1/01/02 to 12/31/06. Funding total = $2,300,000, of which $607,100.77 for Iowa State University, of which $222,716.14 for RISE.

76.     Co-Principal Investigator, with Mari Kemis (Iowa State University—Research Institute for Studies in Education, on the Iowa Association of School Boards grant, with funding from the U.S. Department of Education, “Evaluation of the Lighthouse Project.” Date: 7/1/02 to 6/30/07. Funding total = $75,720.

77.     Principal Investigator on “Survey of Science & Engineering Research Facilities - 2003 and 2005 Survey Cycles,” proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation. ($3,562,416 requested—not funded)

78.     Statistical consultant on “Enhancing Science Learning by Improving Cognition,” proposal submitted to the U.S. Department of Education (Brian Hand, principal investigator). ($741,124 requested—not funded).

79.     Statistical consultant for proposal, “Science Comprehension Improvement,” proposal submitted to the University of Missouri-St. Louis (U.S. Department of Education) Brian Hand (Iowa State University, Department of Curriculum and Instruction), principal investigator. ($514,807 requested—not funded).

80.     Statistical consultant for proposal, "Local Housing Decisions and the Economic Vitality of Rural Communities," National Research Initiative Rural Development Program (United States Department of Agriculture). Principal investigators: Chris Cook and Sue Crull, Iowa State University, Department of Human Development and Family Studies ($164,000 funded).

81.     Statistical consultant for proposal, “An Examination of Mathematics Experiences and Performance of Students with Disabilities” (Sarah Lubienski and Anne Foegen, principal investigators), submitted to the National Center for Education Statistics (U.S. Department of Education). ($99,824 requested—not funded)

82.     Statistical consultant for proposal, “An Analysis of the Effects of a Professional Development Model on the Instructional Practices of First Grade Reading Teachers and on the Reading Achievement of their Students,” submitted to the United States Department of Education. Principal investigator: Shirley Stow, Director of the School Improvement Model Center, Iowa State University, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. ($1,192,224 requested—not funded).

83.     Statistical consultant for proposal submitted to the National Institute on Child Health and Development for a longitudinal 4-year study of the precursors of risky behavior in an in-home interview sample of approximately 800 9-12 year old children in Oklahoma and Iowa. Principal investigators: Cathy Hockaday (Iowa State University, Institute for Social and Behavioral Research) and Stacy Thompson (Oklahoma State University)—not funded.

84.     Co-principal investigator on proposal, “Addressing the Math Needs of Disadvantaged Students in an Urban Setting: A Case Study,” to be submitted to the Small Research Grants Program, The Spencer Foundation (with Comfort Akwaji, graduate student, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, and Mathematics and Technology Coordinator, King Academy of Mathematics and Science, Des Moines, Iowa; Ann Thompson, Director, Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching, and Professor, Department of Curriculum & Instruction; and Thomas Simmons, Elementary Principal, King Academy of Mathematics and Science). ($36,050 requested—not funded).

85.     Statistical consultant for proposal, “Traditional or Standards-Based Mathematics? A Study of Parent/Student Choices and Student Outcomes,” submitted to the National Science Foundation (Sarah Theule Lubienski and Beth Herbel-Eisenmann—Iowa State University, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Principal Investigators)—not funded.

86.     Co-Principal Investigator on proposal “Measuring the Progress toward the New Social Contract for Science: A Survey of American Scientists and Engineers on their Attitudes toward the Civic Role of Science,” resubmitted to the National Science Foundation (Yong S. Lee—Iowa State University, Department of Political Science, Principal Investigator). ($172,488 requested—not funded)

87.     Co-Principal Investigator (with Mari Kemis—Iowa State University, Research Institute for Studies in Education) on “Proposal for Data Management and Analysis for the Study of Employment Preparation Received by Iowa Youth,” submitted to the Iowa Department of Education. ($28,546 requested—not funded)

88.     Co-Principal Investigator on proposal “Diagnostic Instrument for Quantitative Problem-Solving Skills,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, October 29, 2003 (Principal Investigator: Craig Ogilvie—Iowa State University, Department of Physics). ($322,720 requested 10/1/04-9/30/07—not funded)

89.     Statistical consultant on AREA grant for National Institute of Nursing Research entitled "Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Efforts Targeted Toward Law Enforcement Officers," Principal Investigator, Sandra L. Ramey (Marquette University College of Nursing). ($112,000 requested—not funded)

90.     Statistical consultant on proposal, “An Analysis of the Effects of a Professional Development Model on Practices of First Grade Teachers Who Teach Critical Reading Skills and the Impact of These Practices on Student Achievement after the Professional Development,” submitted to the United States Department of Education. Principal investigator: Shirley Stow, Director of the School Improvement Model Center, Iowa State University, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. ($2,913,995 requested—not funded)

91.     Statistical consultant on “Resources to Enhance Interdisciplinary Learning in Engineering Design” proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator, Diane Rover ; Co-Principal Investigators, Julie Dickerson and Robert Weber—Iowa State University, all of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering). ($451,195 requested for 6/01/04-5/31/07)—not funded.

92.     Statistical consultant on Mathematics and Science Education Research Grants proposal, “Improving Science Literacy Through Writing,” submitted to the U.S. Department of Education (Principal Investigator—Brian Hand, Iowa State University, Department of Curriculum and Instruction). ($2,208,749 requested—not funded).

93.     Statistical consultant on “Classroom Research on the Effects of Science Teacher Preparation,” submitted to the U.S. Department of Education (Principal Investigator—Joanne Olson, Iowa State University, Department of Curriculum and Instruction). ($759,201 requested for 9/1/04-8/31/07—not funded)

94.     Statistical consultant on proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation Research on Learning and Education program (Principal Investigator, Jared Danielson, Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine)—not funded

95.     Principal Investigator (with Matthew Feldmann, Iowa State University, Research Institute for Studies in Education and Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, on research grant proposal, “Congressional Earmarks and Higher Education: An impact study of federal pork funding,” submitted to the Association for Institutional Research. ($29,849 requested)—not funded

96.     Statistical consultant on RO3 grant proposal, “CVD Risk Reduction Targeted Toward Law Enforcement Officers,” submitted to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health and the National Institute of Nursing Research (principal investigator—Sandra Ramey, Marquette University). ($112,000 requested for 7/01/04-6/30/06—not funded)

97.     Co-Principal Investigator (with Anthony L. Pometto III, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition and National Aeronautics and Space Administration Food Technology Commercial Space Center, Iowa State University; Cheryll Reitmeier, professor, Food Science and Human Nutrition; Denise Vrchota, Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, Iowa State University; Gail Nonnecke, Department of Horticulture, Iowa State University; and Corly Brooke, Office of the Provost and Center for Teaching Excellence, Iowa State University), on “Center for Assessing Pedagogy and Optimizing Learning Outcomes,” proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation. ($9,724,767 requested—not funded)

98.     Assessment Coordinator on “Science and Technology Center for Combinatorial Materials Science” proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation (Principal Investigators: Marc D. Porter, Department of Chemistry, Iowa State University; Surya K. Mallapragada, Department of Chemical Engineering, Iowa State University; Robin L. McCarley, Louisiana State University; Krishna Ranjan, Rensselaer Polytechnic University; and Joseph Shinar, Department of Physics and Astronomy and Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University. ($19,930,591 requested—not funded)

99.     Co-Principal Investigator (with Diane Rover, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University; Julie Dickerson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University; Mani Mina, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University; and Donald R. Flugrad; Department of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University on “Vertical Integration of Computer, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Education” proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation (award #0431924). ($99,986 funded for 7/01/04-6/30/05)

100.  Statistical consultant on proposal, “FY 2004 Drug-Free Communities Support Program,” jointly with Des Moines, Ankeny, and Johnston, Iowa public school districts, submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice Office of National Drug Control Policy and Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. ($100,000 requested—not funded).

101.  Principal Investigator (with Brian Hand, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Iowa State University), “Education Research Meets the Gold Standard: Statistics and Mathematics Applications in Science, Reading, and Research Methodology.” Submitted to the National Science Foundation (award #0437198). ($85,000 funded for 7/01/04-2/28/06, with no-cost extension to 2/28/07).

102.  Participant in “Integrated Interdisciplinary Research and Training on Emerging Interactive Technologies.” Submitted to the National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator: Carolina Cruz-Neira, Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, Iowa State University). ($100,000 requested)—not funded in 2004. Resubmitted in 2005.

103.  Co-Principal Investigator, “Partnership for Prevention: HIV in Rural Black Life,” RO1 modular grant submitted to the National Institutes of Health (Principal Investigator: Emily Moore, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Iowa State University) ($933,443 requested for 1/02/05-1/01/08—not funded)

104.  Statistical consultant for proposal, “The effects of impact patterns on bone strength during daily activity and exercise,” submitted to the National Institutes of Health (Bioengineering Research Grant; PA-02-011). Principal Investigator: Tim Derrick—Iowa State University, Department of Health and Human Performance). ($839,829 requested for 7/01/05-7/01/09)

105.  Statistical consultant on proposal, "A National Research and Development Center for Improving Interactions that Affect Low Achieving Schools", submitted to the Institute of Education Sciences (Principal Investigator: Shirley Stow, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Iowa State University). ($9,480,810 requested for 9/01/04-8/31/09)—not funded

106.  Co-Principal Investigator, “Laboratory Practices for Embedded Computing Systems and Laboratory Assessment Techniques,” submitted to the National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator: Diane Rover, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University). ($74,998 requested—not funded)

107.  Evaluator for grant, “Improving Elementary Science by Connecting Science Inquiry and Language Arts,” submitted to the Iowa Department of Education (original funding from Mathematics and Science Partnerships program of the U.S. Department of Education). Principal Investigator: Brian Hand, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Iowa State University. ($599,999 funded; 6/1/04-6/30/07)

108.  Co-Principal Investigator for grant, “Evaluating the Integration of Sustainability into Engineering Curricula at U.S. Institutions of Higher Education,” submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency (Principal Investigator: Sarah Ryan, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Iowa State University; Co-Principal Investigator: Kyung (Jo) Min, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Iowa State University). ($349,991 requested for 1/4/05-12/31/06—not funded).

109.  Statistical consultant and evaluator for “REU Site in Biological Materials and Processes (BioMaP),” submitted to the National Science Foundation. Principal Investigator: Balaji Narasimhan, Department of Chemical Engineering, Iowa State University).

110.  Principal Investigator for proposal, “Barriers to Digital Citizenship: Community Links and Solutions,” submitted to the Iowa State Institute of Science and Society, September 15, 2004. ($9,986 requested) (10/1/04-6/30/05—not funded)

111.  Principal Investigator on subcontract for proposal, “An Interactive Pathway to Effective Learning and Innovative Problem solving in Science and Technology,” submitted to the U.S. Department of Education (through Actus Potentia, Inc.), Principal Investigators on main contract: Abhijit Chandra, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University; Ambar K. Mitra, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Iowa State University. ($253,313 requested for 6/1/05-5/31/08—not funded)

112.  Statistical consultant for proposal, “Assessing Socioacademic Identity: A Comparison of Mexican Heritage English Language Learners’ Achievement in Rural and Urban Schools During the Implementation of Secondary NSF-funded Mathematics and Science Materials,” submitted to the U.S. Department of Education, November 18, 2004. Principal Investigators: Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Lori Norton-Meyer, and Katherine Bruna (Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Iowa State University). ($4,084,079 requested) (7/1/05/6/30/10—not funded)

113.  Consultant and evaluator for grant, “Tracking Student Solution-pathways in Complex Context-rich Physics Problems,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, December 2, 2004. Principal Investigators: Craig Ogilvie, David Atwood, and Paula Herrera-Siklody (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Iowa State University. ($99,814 requested for 10/1/05-9/30/07—not funded)

114.  Co-Principal Investigator for proposal, “A Research Study to Determine the Effectiveness of Combining Coaching Process, Data-Driven Decision-Making, and Critical Reading Concepts into a Professional Development Program,” submitted to the U.S. Department of Education, December 2, 2004. Principal Investigator: Shirley Stow (Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and the School Improvement Model, Iowa State University). ($1,411,597 requested for 6/1/05-5/31/08–-not funded)

115.  Co-Principal Investigator for proposal, “Collaborative Research: Laboratory Practices for Embedded Computing Systems and Laboratory Assessment Techniques,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, December 8, 2004. Principal Investigator: Diane Rover (College of Engineering, Iowa State University). ($244,998 requested for 6/1/05 to 5/31/08)—not funded.

116.  Principal Investigator for proposal, “Evaluation Study of Board of Regents Title IIa,” submitted to the Iowa Board of Regents, December 1, 2004). ($3,533 funded for 11/15/04 to 6/30/05)

117.  Co-Principal Investigator for proposal, “Involved Families and Positive Behavioral Supports: Keys for Successful Outcomes (the Iowa Family Involvement Project,” submitted to the U.S. Department of Education, December 16, 2004. Principal investigator: Carl Smith (Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Iowa State University). ($1,499,568 requested for 6/1/05 to 5/31/08—not funded).

118.  Principal Investigator, with Matt Feldmann (Iowa State University, Research Institute for Studies in Education), for proposal, “Understanding the Impacts of Academic Earmarks on Postsecondary Institutions,” submitted to the 2005 Association for Institutional Research (AIR) Research Grant Proposal, January 14, 2005. ($30,000 requested for 6/1/05 to 5/31/06)—not funded.

119.  Principal Investigator for proposal, “Evaluation of the Aging and Disability Resource Center Project,” submitted to the Iowa Department of Elder Affairs, January 21, 2005. ($84,821 funded for 1/1/05 to 6/30/07 through Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Grant #11-C-91931/7-01 and Administration on Aging Grant #90AM2821 (Mary Ann Young (Iowa Department of Elder Affairs), Mary Anderson (Iowa Department of Elder Affairs), and Mack C. Shelley, II, The Iowa Aging and Disability Resource Connections project.

120.  Co-Principal Investigator on DGE-IGERT preproposal, “IGERT: Building a Ph.D. in E-Government,” submitted to the National Science Foundation. Principal Investigator: Stuart Shulman (University of Pittsburgh)—not funded.

121.  Co-Principal Investigator on STEM Talent Expansion Program (STEP) proposal, “Community Building for Student Success and Enhancement in Engineering,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, February 10, 2005. Principal Investigator: Diane Rover (Iowa State University, College of Engineering). ($1,499,938 requested for 10/1/05 to 9/30/10)—not funded.

122.  Independent contractor with Marquette University to provide statistical consultation for Dr. Sandra Ramey in research on health and nursing.

123.  Co-Principal Investigator for proposal, “Design across the curriculum,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, March 11, 2005. Principal Investigator: Donald Flugrad (Iowa State University, Department of Mechanical Engineering). ($100,000 requested for 9/1/05 to 8/31/06)—not funded.

124.  Co-Principal Investigator for proposal, “VIE: Vertical Integration of Engineering Education and Cross-discipline Design,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, March 11, 2005. Principal Investigator: Diane Rover (Iowa State University, College of Engineering). ($999,981 requested for 9/1/05 to 8/31/08)—not funded.

125.  Principal Investigator on parallel proposal also submitted by Stuart Shulman (University of Pittsburgh), “Collaborative Research: Modeling Barriers to Digital Citizenship,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, August 1, 2004. ($12,000 requested for 1/1/05 to 12/31/06—not funded)

126.  Principal Investigator on proposal, “Positive Behavioral Supports for Children and Youth,” submitted to the Iowa Department of Education, October 15, 2004. ($12,472 funded for 1/1/04 to 12/31/04).

127.  Principal Investigator on proposal, “Evaluation of Des Moines Independent Community School District Positive Behavioral Support Implementation,” submitted to the Iowa Department of Education, December 22, 2004. ($42,184 funded for 1/1/05 to 9/30/06)

128.  Statistical consultant for “Pick a Better Snack” program, Iowa Department of Public Health. With Mary Jane Oakland (ISU—Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition) and Doris Montgomery (Iowa Department of Public Health).

129.  Evaluator for proposal, “College Algebra Project: Unified Representation of Function,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, May 19, 2005. Principal Investigator: Aaron Montgomery (Central Washington University, Department of Mathematics). Co-Principal Investigator: Bernadette Baker (Drake University, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science). ($24,199 requested for 1/1/06 to 12/31/07—not funded).

130.  With Mari Kemis (Iowa State University—Research Institute for Studies in Education Program Coordinator III), evaluator for proposal, “Universal Access to Reliable Health Information for Senior Citizens with Mood Disorders and their Caregivers,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, May 9, 2005. Principal Investigator: Stuart Shulman (University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences, and University Center for Social and Urban Research). ($5,000 requested)—not funded

131.  Principal Investigator for proposal, “Evaluation of Judicial Branch Education Project,” submitted to the American Judicature Society and the Foundation for the Advancement of an Independent Judiciary and the Rule of Law. ($25,000 funded for 6/01/05 to 9/30/06).

132.  Evaluator for proposal, “When Science and Literacy Meet: Creating Support for Teachers Implementing Writing in the Science Classroom,” submitted to the National Science Foundation (Grant #1-15070-00). Principal Investigators: Brian Hand (University of Iowa, Department of Curriculum and Instruction) and Lori Norton-Meier (Iowa State University, Department of Curriculum and Instruction). ($1,485,408 funded for 01/01/2006-6/30/2011; $81,637 for evaluation).

133.  Assessment Coordinator for proposal, “IGERT: Integrated Interdisciplinary Research and Training on Emerging Interface Technologies,” submitted to the National Science Foundation, 8/5/05. Principal Investigator: James Oliver (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University). ($3,100,000 requested for 8/16/06 to 8/15/11).

134.  Co-Principal Investigator (with Amanda Fales-Williams—Iowa State University Department of Veterinary Pathology) (Principal Investigator, Jared Danielson, Department of Veterinary Pathology) on Research on Learning and Education, “A study of problem solving using a cognitive tool called the Diagnostic Pathfinder.”

135.  Statistical consultant for proposal, “Impact of the Dynamics of Family and Business Systems on Family Business Sustainability Over Time,” submitted to the National Science Foundation. Principal Investigator: Sharon Danes (University of Minnesota). (not funded)

136.  Principal Investigator for “Evaluation of the Early Reading First Program for the Des Moines Independent Community School District.” ($30,000 funded for 10/1/05 to 9/30/07)

137.  Principal Investigator for subcontract with the Des Moines Independent Community School District for proposal, “Des Moines Striving Readers Project,” submitted to the U.S. Department of Education. ($15,000,000 requested for 1/1/06-12/31/10—not funded).

138.  Research Advisor for proposal, “New Visions in Action” (Principal Investigator: Marcia Rosenbusch—Iowa State University Department of Curriculum and Instruction) submitted to the U.S. Department of Education. ($537,896 requested for 6/1/06 to 5/31/09)

139.  Evaluator for proposal, “Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need” (Principal Investigators: Balaji Narasimhan and Surya Mallapragada (ISU—Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering) submitted to the U.S. Department of Education. ($501,864 requested)

140.  Principal Investigator (with Seongyeon Auh—RISE) for “Evaluating E-government Efforts of the Iowa Aging and Disability Resource Connection: Improving the Quality of Life for Vulnerable Population Groups Through Visibility, Trust, Efficiency, Effectiveness, E-Readiness, and E-Inclusion,” submitted to the IBM Center for the Business of Government.” ($20,000 requested for 4/1/06 to 9/30/07)—not funded

141.  External evaluator on ITEST proposal, “Project Bridge-IT: From technologically and socially rich game play to IT education, research and careers in STEM disciplines” (Principal Investigator: Derrick Parkhurst—Iowa State University Department of Psychology) submitted to the National Science Foundation 2/24/06. ($890,457 requested for 9/1/06 to 8/31/09)—not funded

142.  Co-Principal Investigator on proposal, “Improving Embedded System Education With Software Engineering Methods” (Principal Investigator—Tien Nguyen; other Co-Principal Investigators—Diane Rover and Zhao Zhang—ISU Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) submitted to the National Science Foundation 5/09/06. ($199,822 requested for 1/1/2007 to 12/31/2008)

143.  Co-Principal Investigator on proposal, “Prevention of Methamphetamine Abuse: Boone & Webster City Methamphetamine Prevention” (Principal Investigator—Jerry Stubben, Institute for Social and Behavioral Research, and Extension to Communities, ISU; other Co-Principal Investigator—Cathy Hockaday, Institute for Social and Behavioral Research, and Department of Human Development and Family Studies, ISU), submitted to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention 5/15/06. ($1,010,203 requested for 10/1/06 to 9/30/09)—not funded.

144.  Co-Principal Investigator on proposal, “The Impact of Individual and Community Characteristics on Cognitive Outcomes for Abused and Neglected Children” (Principal Investigator—Cathy Hockaday, Department of Human Development and Family Studies and Institute for Social and Behavioral Research, ISU; other Co-Principal Investigator—Jerry Stubben, Institute for Social and Behavioral Research and Extension to Communities, ISU), submitted 7/5/06 to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families. ($99,410 requested for 10/1/06 to 2/29/08)—not funded.

145.  Co-Principal Investigator on proposal, “Multi-state Randomized Trial to Investigate the Efficacy of Caring For My Family Program to Increase Fatherhood Involvement and Healthy Marriage Formation Among Low-income Parents” (Principal Investigator—Kimberly A. Greder, Department of Human Development and Family Studies and Extension to Families, ISU; other Co-Principal Investigator—Anthony Santiago, Extension to Families, ISU), subcontract with Michigan State University (Karen Shirer and Dawn A. Contreras, Michigan State University Extension), submitted 7/14/06 to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families. ($1,255,114 requested for 10/1/06 to 9/30/11)—not funded.

146.  Research Advisor for proposal, “National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center” (Principal Investigator—Marcia Rosenbusch, Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Department of World Languages and Cultures, ISU), submitted 11/16/05 to the U.S. Department of Education. ($1,599,691 requested; $1,304,000 funded for 6/1/06 to 5/31/09).

147.  Principal Investigator for contract, “Analysis of Synar Amendment Vendor Checks Data,” funded by the Iowa Department of Public Health. ($2,560 funded for 7/1/06 to 6/30/07). Statistical consultant, under a Memorandum of Understanding with the Iowa Department of Public Health, for analysis and report preparation related to data collected under the State of Iowa’s compliance, through the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, with the Synar Amendment, which requires states to have laws in place prohibiting the sale and distribution of tobacco products to persons under 18 and to enforce those laws effectively.

148.  Principal Investigator for contract, “Food Stamp Nutrition Education Evaluation,” Iowa Department of Public Health. ($1,825 funded for 10/1/06 to 9/30/07).

149.  Co-Principal Investigator on proposal, “The Story of the Corn Genone: A Public Television Documentary” (Principal Investigator—Patrick S. Schnable, Department of Agronomy and Genetics, and Department of Genetics, Cell, and Developmental Biology, ISU; other Co-Principal Investigators—Lois Girton, Schnable Laboratory, ISU; Wayne Bruns, Iowa Public Television; John Nichols, Iowa Public Television), submitted to the National Science Foundation. ($333,950 requested for 5/1/07 to 4/30/09)—not funded.

150.  Principal Investigator (with Seongyeon Auh—Iowa State University, Research Institute for Studies in Education) for “E-government Services on the Aging and Disability Resources Centers in the U.S. and the Other Relevant Websites from the Other Countries,” submitted to the IBM Center for the Business of Government.” ($20,000 funded for 4/1/07 to 9/30/08).

151.  Principal Investigator on proposal, “Program Evaluation of Iowa Positive Behavior Supports Initiative, Postdoc Position” (Co-Principal Investigator—Robin Galloway, Research Institute for Studies in Education, Iowa State University), submitted to the Iowa Department of Education. ($29,048 funded for 10/1/06-12/30/07).

152.  Evaluator for proposal, “Making Sense of Changing Demographics: The State of Students of Color in Iowa Schools” (Principal Investigators—Joanne Marshall and Frank Hernandez, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Iowa State University), submitted to the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust. ($346,841 requested for 4/1/07 to 6/30/09).

153.  External Evaluator (Principal Investigator: Barb Filer, Iowa School Boards Foundation. Co-Principal Investigator: Mary Delagardelle, Iowa School Boards Foundation) for proposal, “Communities for Literate Iowa Kids: A Proposal of the Iowa School Boards Foundation to Study the Impact of Pre-Kindergarten-Kindergarten Curriculum Alignment and Professional Development on Instructional Practices and Early Literacy Achievement,” submitted 11/15/06 to the Institute for Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education. ($1,618,697 requested for 1/1/07 to 12/31/10).

154.  Co-Principal Investigator (Principal Investigator: Diane T. Rover, Iowa State University College of Engineering. Other Co-Principal Investigators: Frankie Santos Laanan, Iowa State University Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies; Monica Bruning, Iowa State University College of Engineering; Steven K. Michelson, Iowa State University College of Engineering; and Harry L. McMaken, Des Moines Area Community College) on proposal, “SEEC: STEM Student Enrollment and Engagement through Connections (Collaborative Project with Des Moines Area Community College [DMACC]),” submitted to the National Science Foundation. ($1,499,945 requested for 6/1/07 to 6/30/12).

155.  Co-Principal Investigator on Iowa State University subcontract for proposal (with StarrMatica Learning Systems LLC), “Interactive Web-based Reading and Math Learning Tools For Spanish Speaking Students, Their Teachers, and Their Parents,” submitted 1/8/07 to the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences. ($173,217 requested for 7/1/07 to 12/31/09).

156.  External evaluator for preproposal, “ITEST Comprehensive Projects for Students and Teachers Incorporating Information Technology and Cyberinfrastructure into High School Science Curricula through Genome Science and Bioinformatics Applications” (Principal Investigator: Volker Brendel, Iowa State University, Department of Genetics, Development and Cell Biology; Co-Principal Investigators: Adah Leshem-Ackerman, Iowa State University, Plant Genomics Education and Outreach Specialist, and Research Experiences for Teachers Director; Jay Staker, Iowa State University Extension Science Education Outreach Specialist; and David Whaley, Iowa State University, Associate Dean for Teacher Education, College of Human Sciences) submitted 1/4/07 to the National Science Foundation.

157.  Consultant (Principal Investigator: Stuart Shulman, University of Pittsburgh; Co-Principal Investigator, Professor William V. Luneburg, University of Pittsburgh School of Law) for proposal, “Assessing the Effectiveness of Electronic Grassroots Campaigns: e-Lobbyists and the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995,” submitted to the National Science Foundation in response to PD 98-1372 - Law and Social Sciences. ($350,870 requested [$6,918 for consulting]).

158.  Principal Investigator on proposal addendum to evaluate satisfaction with the aging/caregiver information and referral system (including LifeLongLinks.org and the Iowa Family Caregiver Program) and the use of data from that system with individuals who apply for food assistance, case management staff who process these applications, and key stakeholders; and evaluate the cost-effectiveness of service delivery prior to and following adoption of the enhanced application system, submitted to the Iowa Department of Elder Affairs. ($14,329 funded for 7/1/06 to 6/30/08).

159.  Co-Principal Investigator (Principal Investigator: Doug W. Jacobson, Iowa State University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Other Co-Principal Investigator: Steffen W. Schmidt, Iowa State University, Department of Political Science) on proposal, “Identifying and Mitigating Sensitive Data Exposure Behavior by Employees,” submitted to the National Science Foundation 2/7/07. ($149,203 requested for 7/1/07 to 6/30/09).

160.  Co-Principal Investigator (Principal Investigator: Eliot Winer, Iowa State University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Other Co-Principal Investigators: Adin Mann, Iowa State University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Amy L. Kaleita, Iowa State University, Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering) on proposal, “Planning, Acquisition, and Validation of Field Scale Water Cycle Data Using Virtual and Augmented Reality,” submitted 1/20/07 to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. ($552,461 requested for 9/1/07 to 8/31/10).

161.  Consultant, Iowa State University, College of Engineering, Engineering Leadership Program (Krishna Siddhanta Athreya, Director). ($45,888 funded for 8/16/06 to 8/15/09).

162.  Evaluator for Mathematics and Science Partnership grant with Mississippi State University (Betty Latimer, Director).

 

Teaching Experience:

Teaching Assistant (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

International Trade, 1972-1973

Introduction to Economics, 1973

Introduction to Politics, 1974-1975

Introduction to Comparative Politics, 1975

Introduction to American National Government, 1976

Courses taught at Mississippi State University:

American Government (introductory), Introduction to Political Analysis (upper division), Seminar in U.S. Government (graduate), Seminar in Political Analysis (upper division/graduate), The Legislative Process (upper division/graduate)

Courses Taught at Iowa State University, by Academic Year:

Year               Course Title and Number                                                                                                                  Final Course Enrollment

1979-80           Political Socialization (Fall) (Pol S 434)                                                                                                                         12

American Government (Winter) (Pol S 215)                                                                                                                211

Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Spring) (Pol S 301)                                                                                 15

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Winter) (Stat 401)                                                                                     31

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 402)                                                                                      22

1980-81           Methods of Political and Policy Analysis (Fall) (Pol S 532)                                                                                         13

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Stat 401) (Fall)                                                                                            8

American Government (Winter) (Pol S 215)                                                                                                                308

Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Spring) (Pol S 301)                                                                                 27

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Winter) (Stat 401)                                                                                     37

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 402)                                                                                      35

American Government (Summer) (Pol S 215)                                                                                                                39

Congress and the State Legislatures (Summer) (Pol S 360)                                                                                            16

1981-82           Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 301)                                                                                     25

Introduction to Business Statistics (Fall) (Stat 227)                                                                                                      79

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Spring) (Pol S 405)                                                                   26

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      41

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      21

1982-83           Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 301)                                                                                     35

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      56

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Spring) (Pol S 405)                                                                   24

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Summer) (Pol S 405)                                                                  9

1983-84           Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 301)                                                                                     37

Introduction to Business Statistics (Fall) (Stat 227)                                                                                                      79

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      22

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      11

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Spring) (Pol S 405)                                                                   19

1984-85           Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 301)                                                                                     26

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      18

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      11

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Spring) (Pol S 405)                                                                   18

1985-86           Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 301)                                                                                     28

Principles of Statistics (Fall) (Stat 101)                                                                                                                         98

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      47

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      11

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Spring) (Pol S 405)                                                                   29

1986-87           Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 301)                                                                                     19

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      53

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      37

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Spring) (Pol S 405)                                                                   25

1987-88           Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 301)                                                                                     20

Principles of Statistics (Fall) (Stat 101)                                                                                                                         91

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      52

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Spring) (Pol S 405)                                                                   20

1988-89           Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 301)                                                                                     29

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Fall) (Pol S 405/590A)                                                             14

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      55

1989-90           On faculty improvement leave (Fall)

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      54

Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior (Spring) (Pol S 405)                                                                   34

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Summer) (Stat 401)                                                                                   33

1990-91           Methods of Multivariate Analysis (Fall) (Stat 407)                                                                                                      19

Political Analysis (Fall) (Pol S 500X)                                                                                                                            14

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      58

Ethics and Public Policy (Spring) (Pol S 480/580)                                                                                                         34

1991-92           Political Analysis (Fall) (Pol S 502)                                                                                                                               11

Principles of Statistics (Fall) (Stat 101)                                                                                                                       113

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      51

Political Research (Spring) (Pol S 503)                                                                                                                           10

1992-93           Public Opinion, Voting Behavior, and Elections (Fall) (Pol S 406)                                                                                13

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      53

Political Research (Spring) (Pol S 503)                                                                                                                           14

1993-94           Introduction to Empirical Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 301)                                                                                     32

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Fall) (Stat 401)                                                                                          79

Political Research (Spring) (Pol S 503)                                                                                                                             8

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      48

1994-95           Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      31

Political Research (Spring) (Pol S 503)                                                                                                                             6

1995-96           Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Fall) Stat 401)                                                                                            43

Congress and the State Legislatures (Fall) (Pol S 360)                                                                                                   58

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      42

Political Analysis (Spring) (Pol S 502)                                                                                                                             6

1996-97           Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Fall) (Stat 401)                                                                                          39

Congress and the State Legislatures (Spring) (Pol S 360)                                                                                               26

Public Opinion, Voting Behavior, and Elections (Spring) (Pol S 406)                                                                           22

1997-98           Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Fall) (Stat 401)                                                                                          49

American Government (Fall) (Pol S 215)                                                                                                                     114

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      43

Political Research (Spring) (Pol S 503)                                                                                                                           11

1998-99           Political Research (Fall) (Pol S 503)                                                                                                                                 6

American Government (Spring) (Pol S 215)                                                                                                                 240

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      34

1999-2000       Basic Educational Statistics (Fall) (Res Ev 552)                                                                                                            23

American Government (Spring) (Pol S 215)                                                                                                                 139

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      40

Intermediate Educational Statistics (Spring) (Res Ev 553)                                                                                               8

Intermediate Research Methods (Summer) (Res Ev 554)                                                                                              13

2000-01           Basic Educational Statistics (Fall) (Res Ev 552)                                                                                                            33

American Government (Spring) (Pol S 215)                                                                                                                 166

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      59

Intermediate Educational Statistics (Spring) (Res Ev 553)                                                                                             12

Intermediate Research Methods (Summer) (Res Ev 554)                                                                                              22

2001-02                Basic Educational Statistics (Fall) (Res Ev 552)                                                                                                            27

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      38

Intermediate Educational Statistics (Spring) (Res Ev 553)                                                                                             23

Intermediate Research Methods (Summer) (Res Ev 554)                                                                                              23

2002-03                Basic Educational Statistics (Fall) (Res Ev 552)                                                                                                            19

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      52

Intermediate Educational Statistics (Spring) (Res Ev 553)                                                                                             24

Intermediate Research Methods (Summer) (Res Ev 554)                                                                                              28

2003-04                Basic Educational Statistics (Fall) (Res Ev 552)                                                                                                            38

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      34

Intermediate Educational Statistics (Spring) (Res Ev 553)                                                                                             22

Intermediate Research Methods (Summer) (Res Ev 554)                                                                                              19

2004-05                No classes taught Fall 2004

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      46

Intermediate Educational Statistics (Spring) (Res Ev 553)                                                                                             19

Intermediate Research Methods (Summer) (ResEv 554)                                                                                                 7

2005-06           Basic Educational Statistics (Fall) (Res Ev 552)                                                                                                            13

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                      50

Intermediate Educational Statistics (Spring) (Res Ev 553)                                                                                             11

Intermediate Research Methods (Summer) (Res Ev 554)                                                                                              14

2006-07                Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Fall) (Stat 401)                                                                                          41

Basic Educational Statistics (Fall) (Res Ev 552)                                                                                                              8

Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Spring) (Stat 401)                                                                                         

Intermediate Educational Statistics (Spring) (Res Ev 553)                                                                                                

 

Notes: Statistical Methods for Research Workers in Fall, 1980 and Spring, 1984 was taught off-campus, in the Quad Cities area; this course for Spring 1982 and Spring 1986 was offered off-campus in Cedar Rapids as well as on-campus; it was offered off-campus in Mason City for Spring 1985 as well as on-campus; it was offered off-campus in the Des Moines area (Urbandale) for Spring 1987 as well as on-campus, and in Summer 1990. Statistics 401 was offered in Fall 1996 as a distance learning course on the Iowa Communications Network (ICN) statewide fiber optics interactive two-way television link, and again in Spring 1998, Spring 2001, and Spring 2003. In Spring 2006 Statistics 401 was offered as a distance education course, using streaming video and WebCT. Political Science 503 was offered in Fall 1998 on the ICN. Research and Evaluation 553 was offered in Spring 2002 on the ICN. Political Socialization, Opinion, and Voting Behavior in Summer 1983 was offered off-campus in Mason City and in Fall 1988 in Urbandale as Political Science 590A (American Political Institutions). I also have supervised a number of both undergraduate and graduate students taking internships and pursuing independent study courses in Political Theory and Methodology, American Political Institutions, Public Administration and Public Policy, and Statistical Methods. American Government, in Spring 2000, was offered as part of a learning community with Introduction to Literature (English 201). Res Ev 553 was co-taught in Spring 2003 with Flo Hamrick.

 

Professional Memberships:

American Political Science Association

American Statistical Association

Policy Studies Organization

American Educational Research Association

National Council on Measurement in Education

Association for the Study of Higher Education

Association for Institutional Research

Midwest Sociological Society

American Association of University Professors

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

Midwest Political Science Association

 

College and University Service:

Occasional reviewer for American Political Science Review, International Journal of Forecasting, Social Science Journal, Policy Studies Review, American Journal of Political Science, American Politics Quarterly, Defence Economics, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Politics and the Life Sciences, Midsouth Political Science Journal, Western Political Quarterly/Political Research Quarterly TESL Quarterly, Journal of Politics, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, Journal of Official Statistics, Journal of College Student Development, Politics & Policy (Southeastern Political Review), Research in Political Sociology, Applied Population and Policy, Public Understanding of Science, Political Communication, International Journal of Electronic Government Research, Journal of Political Science Education, TESOL Quarterly, Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal.

Occasional Reviewer for St. Martin's Press; West Publishing Company; Iowa State University Press; Academic Press; Macmillan Publishers; Duxbury Press (PWS Publishers); Dellen Publishers; University of Alabama Press; Harper and Row; Brooks/Cole; Greenwood Press; John Wiley & Sons; PWS/Kent; Richard D. Irwin, Inc.; Burrston House, Ltd.; Transportation Research Board (National Research Council); Iowa State University Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station; Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.; International Thomson Publishing Inc., Georgetown University Press, South-Western (Thomson Learning), Iowa State Press (Blackwell Publishing), Jossey-Bass, Princeton University Press.

Occasional reviewer for the National Science Foundation.

Occasional reviewer for the Israel Science Foundation.

Occasional reviewer for the Georgian National Science Foundation.

Member of 714 graduate student dissertation and thesis (program of study) committees in many departments (see Addendum).

Screening Committee for the Political Science Headship (1978) (MSU).

Political Consultant to the News Election Service for the 1980 elections in Iowa.

Tab Coordinator for collection of 1982 Iowa election data by the News Election Service.

Advisor to numerous Political Science undergraduate majors.

Brief television and radio broadcasts relating to my research on federal budgeting (some newspaper and university news coverage was given to this topic as well).

Occasional contributor to the Iowa State Daily.

Participated in the 1980 Iowa 4-H conference (discussion and computer simulation).

Steering Committee for the Census Data Center (1981).

College of Sciences and Humanities Individual Major Review Board, (1982-1985; chair, 1983-1985).

Interviewed by Iowa State University Information Service and KASI radio in October, 1982 on the electoral impact of campaign polls.

Interviewed on various Iowa radio stations and by newspapers regarding national elections and political campaigns.

Official Representative to the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research, (1983-1993).

College of Sciences and Humanities Admissions Policy Advisory Committee (1984-1986; chair, 1985-1986).

College of Sciences and Humanities summer orientation (1984, 1986, 1987).

Local moderator for national teleconference, "Congress: Is It Working?," (April 17, 1985).

Ad Hoc Committee to Study the National Institute of Education (NIE) Report (1985).

Faculty Undergraduate Admissions Policy Committee (1985-1986).

Ethical Issues in Biotechnology Committee (1986-1989); co-chair of subcommittee on the internal impact of biotechnology funding on Iowa State University.

Graduate Council (elected) (1986-1988).

Search Committee for Political Science Departmental Executive Officer (1987-1988).

College of Sciences and Humanities Faculty and Alumni Recognition Committee (1988-1991).

Editorial Board, Agricultural Bioethics Forum (1988-1990).

Co-editor, Agricultural Bioethics Forum (1989-1990).

Premium for Academic Excellence (PACE) Awards Committee (1989-1990).

Faculty Senate (1991-1993) (also Senate liaison to Biotechnology Council and Instructional Resources Committee; elected College of Liberal Arts and Sciences representative to the Academic Affairs Council).

External reviewer for a Statistics faculty member (Effat A. Moussa) at DePaul University.

External reviewer for a Political Science faculty member (David Webber) at the University of Missouri.

External reviewer for a Public Administration faculty member (Steven Koven) at the University of Louisville.

External reviewer for a Statistics faculty member (Richard O'Connell) at Miami University (of Ohio).

External reviewer for a Political Science faculty member (James A. Woods) at the University of Toledo.

External reviewer for a Political Science faculty member (Robert Speel) at Pennsylvania State University-Erie (Behrend College).

Interviewed for and cited in article, "On the back roads of Iowa: Democrats battle despair," Maclean's magazine, 104 (39) (September 30, 1991): 34-35.

Member of Student Conduct Code Review Committee (1991-1992).

Interviewed by WOI radio regarding the 1992 Iowa caucuses.

Member, Executive Board of the Iowa State University chapter of the American Association of University Professors (1991-  ); elected Vice President (1992-1994); elected President (1994-1998); elected Vice President (1998-  ).

Member, Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Committee to Study the Proposed Sale of WOI-TV.

Graduate Faculty Nominations Committee (Department of Economics).

Mentor to Carolyn Clark-Daniels, Assistant Professor of Political Science (1992-1994).

Mentor to Montgomery Van Wart, Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science (1996).

Mentor to Matthew Potoski, Assistant Professor of Political Science (1999-2000).

Mentor to Frankie Santos Laanen, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (2003-2004).

Provided political analysis for 1992 national and Iowa election results, KASI/KCCQ radio.

Interviewed by WOI radio regarding the 1992 national and Iowa elections.

Interviewed by KASI/KCCQ radio regarding the Clinton Cabinet and transition.

Interviewed by BBC radio regarding the Clinton inauguration and transition.

Interviewed by KASI/KCCQ radio and the Iowa State Daily regarding President Clinton's 1993 State of the Union address.

Member, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Committee on Faculty Development (1994-1995).

Interviewed by the Ames Daily Tribune and the Mason City Globe-Gazette for printed stories on the 1994 Iowa gubernatorial and congressional elections.

Interviewed by Congressional Quarterly on the 1994 congressional and gubernatorial elections in Iowa.

Interviewed by the Chicago Tribune on the 1994 elections.

Interviewed by the Des Moines Register for a story on the consequences of the Republican party's 1994 "Contract with America."

Interviewed by the Kansas City Star for stories on the 1996 presidential election cycle.

Interviewed by the Omaha World-Herald regarding the 1996 presidential contest in Iowa.

Interviewed by the Des Moines Register for a story, "Software lets you whittle away at the deficit, 1 point at a time," by Thomas R. O'Donnell, March 29, 1995, pp. 1M, 8M.

Interviewed by KASI radio and the Omaha World-Herald on the August 19, 1995 Republican "straw poll" of presidential contenders.

Interviewed by the Des Moines Register for an August, 1995 story on the Republican presidential campaign of Morry Taylor.

Participant in invited focus group on statistical graphics conducted by Richard D. Irwin publishers at the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 14, 1995.

Member of Awards Selection Committee for the Policy Studies Organization (1995).

Member, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Committee on Curriculum (1996-1999).

Invited member of external collaborators group meeting with Program Review Team for the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Iowa State University (December 11, 1995).

Interviewed by Japanese Network News regarding the 1996 Iowa caucuses.

Interviewed by the Omaha World-Herald regarding the January 1996 Iowa Republican presidential precaucus debate.

Interviewed by the Quad City Times regarding the February 1996 Iowa Republican presidential caucuses.

Interviewed by Asahai Shinbun regarding the February 1996 Iowa Republican presidential caucuses.

Interviewed by KSBO radio (San Antonio, Texas) regarding the February 1996 Iowa Republican presidential caucuses.

Interviewed by the Washington Post regarding the February 1996 Iowa Republican presidential caucuses.

Interviewed by the Omaha World-Herald regarding preelection polling in Nebraska and western Iowa.

Interviewed by Pierre Glachant of Agence France Presse regarding the role played by the Reform Party in American politics.

Participated in Iowa Communication Network (ICN) interactive television conference on progress of an Iowa Department of Education study of homelessness in Iowa, March 7, 1997.

Participated in Iowa Communication Network (ICN) interactive television conference of members of the Iowa Taskforce on Homelessness, December 16, 1997.

Elected to Faculty Senate, at-large member representing the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 1997-2000. Appointed as a member of the Faculty Senate Governance Council, 1998-1999. Member of the Faculty Senate Committee on Committees, July 1, 1998-June 30, 2001). Chair of ad hoc Proportional Representation committee, 1998-1999. Resigned from Faculty Senate in January, 1999.

Faculty search committee for joint position in Statistics and Education - Statistics, 1997-1998 (chair).

Social sciences consulting subcommittee for Department of Statistics self-study - Statistics, 1997-1998 (chair).

Interviewed by Omaha World Herald about congressional reapportionment, focused on Iowa and Nebraska.

External consultant to the College of Education of the University of Northern Colorado, to review the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, April 1998.

Elected member of the Graduate Council from the Social Sciences and Education Division, 1998-2001. Resigned December 2000.

Interviewed by Judith Nygran of the Omaha World Herald regarding the outcome of the 1998 primaries in Iowa.

Member of the Graduate Curriculum and Catalog Committee, 1998-1999.

Interviewed by Nicolle Ostrow of the Waterloo Courier-Journal regarding campaign financing.

Member of the All-University Judiciary Committee (1998-2001).

Faculty advisor to Young Socialists student organization.

Faculty advisor to Solidarity student organization.

Interviewed by the Des Moines Register on the presidential impeachment process in 1998.

Judge for First National American Government Student Web Design Contest, Iowa State University, 1999.

Interviewed by WHO radio (Brian Gongle) regarding the 2000 Iowa caucuses.

Council of University Research Institute Administrators (1999-2000).

Faculty Senate Strategic Planning Committee (1999-2000).

Learning Communities Evaluation Subcommittee (1999-present).

Project Opportunity Research Committee (1999-2000).

College of Education Executive Council (1999-June 30, 2005).

Assessment Committee, Communication Across the Curriculum (1999-2000).

Faculty Senate Handbook Committee (chair, 2000).

College of Education Promotion and Tenure Committee (2000-2004).

Residence Research Advisory Group (2000-2005).

Faculty Senate Task Force on Non-tenure Track Appointments (2000-2001)

Margaret Ellen White Graduate Faculty Award section committee (2001-2002)

College of Education TEAC (Teacher Education Accreditation Council) committee (2001)

New Student Days facilitator (2000, 2001).

University-wide Assessment Committee (2000-2003).

Participant in external review of Department of Residence, Iowa State University, October 29, 2001.

College of Education Research Committee (2001-June 30, 2005)

College of Human Sciences Committee on Research and Graduate Education (July 1, 2005-present)

Interviewed by Omaha World-Herald on the legal status and budgetary authority of local governments.

College of Education United Way campaign volunteer, 2002

Interviewed by National Public Radio on the 2002 U.S. Senate race in Iowa.

Member of the selection committee for the 2002 Carrie Chapman Catt Prize for Research on Women and Politics (2002)

Member of ISUComm Assessment Committee (2002-present)

Reviewer of proposals for University Council for Educational Administration, 2003, 2004, 2005 annual conferences.

Reviewer of proposals for American Educational Research Association, 2005, 2006 annual conferences.

Member of the Organizing Committee for the First Annual Interdisciplinary Research Institute for Survey Science Workshop, May 27-28, 2003, Ames, IA.

College of Education Leadership Team, 2003-June 30, 2005)

Advised students (Brian Hayes, Lark Lewis, Carrie Temm, Katie Elsbernd) participating in the NSF Vertical Integration in Graduate Research and Education (VIGRE) program, 2002-2003

Mentor to faculty members (Shana Smith—Department of Industrial Education and Technology; and Sarah Lubienski—Department of Curriculum and Instruction) participating in the Interdisciplinary Research Institute for Survey Science/Institute for Social and Behavioral Research grant writers workshop, summer 2003.

Facilitator for Destination Iowa State (new student preparation), August 23, 2003; August 20, 2004; August 20, 2005

Preparing Future Faculty mentor for Shantha Pieris (doctoral student in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies), 2005.

Member of the Working Group on Scholarship, Research, Creative Activity, and Grant Funding for the combination of the College of Education and the College of Family and Consumer Colleges, 2004-2005.

Combined Leadership Team of the College of Education and the College of Family and Consumer Sciences, 2004-2005.

External reviewer for proposals submitted for presentation at the 2006 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Division J (Postsecondary Education)

External reviewer for proposals submitted for presentation at the 2007 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Division D (Measurement and Research Methodology), Division J (Postsecondary Education), Division L (Educational Policy and Politics, and Structural Equation Modeling Special Interest Group

Interviewed June 27, 2006, by Jane Norman, of the Des Moines Register Washington, DC, bureau, for the story, “Civilians are safer in Iraq than in D.C., King says” (Des Moines Register, July 3, 2006, p. 1A) on the use of statistics by Iowa U.S. Representative Steve King (R-IA).

Mentor to Kylah Porter (Florida A&M University undergraduate student), in the Alliance for Graduate Education Program (sponsored jointly by the National Science Foundation, Iowa State University, the University of Iowa, and the University of Northern Iowa), June-July 2006 [Kylah’s research presentation based on our collaboration won the first-place award among about 20 presentations delivered at Iowa State University July 25, 2006].

College of Human Sciences Ad Hoc Committee on the Iowa State University budget model, 2006-present

 

Departmental Service:

Undergraduate Studies Committee (1977-1979) (MSU)

Recruitment Committee (1977-1978) (MSU).

Public Policy and Administration Committee (1978-1979) (MSU).

Graduate Minor Committee-Statistics (1979-1989; 1992-present).

Graduate Committee-Political Science (1979-1988).

Semester Curriculum Planning Committee-Political Science (1979-1981).

Occasional Papers and Seminar Committee-Political Science (1980-1986).

Department Computer Usage Coordinator (with Jack Whitmer)-Political Science (1980-1988).

Consultative Committee on Faculty Improvement Leaves-Political Science (1980, 1986).

Evaluative Committee on University Research Grants Proposals-Political Science (1980).

Supervisor of computing equipment and documentation in the Political Science machine room, Ross 535 (1980-1994).

Seminar Committee-Statistics (1981-1982); coordinated seminars for Spring, 1982.

Undergraduate Awards Committee (chair)-Political Science (1981-1984).

Assistant Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies-Political Science (Fall, 1981).

Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies-Political Science (Spring, 1982; 1982-1984).

Elected to Consultative Committee-Political Science (1981-1983, 1984-1986, 1991-1993; chair, 1982-1983, 1985-1986, 1991-1992).

Faculty Screening Committees-Political Science (1981, 1982, 1983-chair, 1985, 1986-chair, 1988, 1988-1989-chair, 1990-1991, 1991-chair, 1991; 1997-1998).

Undergraduate Committee-Political Science (1982-1984).

Ad Hoc World Resources Institute Committee-Political Science (1983).

Curriculum Committee-Statistics (1983-1989; 1990-1991).

Special Committee to Draft a Ph.D. Curriculum-Political Science (1984).

Admissions and Aid Committee-Political Science (1984-1988-chair; Spring, 1989-1995).

Coordinator of Graduate Studies-Political Science (1984-1989; Spring, 1990-1995).

Ad Hoc Committee for the Political Science Undergraduate Scholarship-Political Science (1985).

Ad Hoc Graduate Award Committee (chair)-Political Science (1986).

Library Committee-Statistics (1986-1987).

Callathon Committee-Political Science (1986).

Screening Committee for the Ellen Sorge Parks Scholarships (chair)-Political Science (1986).

Self-Study Committee (subcommittees on Research and Graduate Program)-Political Science (1987-1988).

Departmental Computer Use Director-Political Science (1988-1989).

Ad Hoc Committee on Extension-Political Science (1988-1989).

Master of Public Administration Policy Committee-Political Science (1988-1989).

Computer Use Committee (chair)-Political Science (1989-1991, 1997-1998).

Campaign Politics Advisory Committee-Political Science (1989).

Graduate Committee-Statistics (1990-present).

Reading Committees-Political Science (1990-chair; 1991-chair; 1992; 1993; 1994; 1996-1997-chair; 1997; 1998).

Social Committee-Statistics (1991-1992).

Computer Use and Equipment Committee-Political Science (1992-1995).

Honors and Awards Committee-Statistics (1992-1993, 2000-2001, 2002-2005, 2006-present).

Catt Center for the Study of Women and Politics Summer Workshop Program Committee-Political Science (1993).

Faculty advisor to the Graduate Association for Students of Politics (graduate student organization)-Political Science (1993-1995).

Advisory Committee on Promotion and Tenure-Statistics (1993-1996).

Service Teaching and Consulting Committee, for strategic planning-Statistics (1994).

Committee on Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching U.S. Professor of the Year Award-Political Science (1994).

Search Committee for Director of the Master of Public Administration program-Political Science (1994-1995).

Awards Committee-Political Science (1995).

Public Administration Committee-Political Science (1995).

Undergraduate Fellowship Committee-Political Science (1995).

Office Use Committee-Political Science (1995).

Committee on Orientation and Outcomes Assessment-Political Science (1995-1996, 1997-1998).

Co-chair of search committee for a joint faculty position between Statistics and Professional Studies in Education, 1997-1998.

MA Admissions Committee-Political Science (1998-1999).

Graduate Financial Aid Committee-Political Science (1998-1999).

Outcomes Committee-Political Science (1998-1999).

Coordinator of Graduate Studies-Political Science (May 1999-July 1999).

Research Committee-Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (1999-present; chair, 2001-2006).

Statistical Computing Advisory Committee-Statistics (1999-2000).

Ph.D. Prelim Examination Committee-Statistics (2001-2002)

Assessment Committee-Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (2001-present)

Graduate Admissions Committee-Statistics (2002)

Committee on priorities (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies), 2003

Member of committee to review post-tenure material prepared by Walter H. Gmelch, Dean, College of Education, 2003

Member of pre-review committee for grant proposal to be submitted by Shana Smith, faculty member in Industrial Education and Technology, for the Iowa State University Grant Writers Workshop, 2003.

Chair of search committee for chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (2003-2004)

Member of search committee for faculty position in Research and Evaluation (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) (2004-2005)

75th Statistical Laboratory Anniversary Committee (Statistics, 2005).

Program Coordinator (with Steve Porter, 2005-2006), Research and Evaluation (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies), 2005-present.

 

Current Research Interests:

Social statistics, time series and forecasting, linear models, survey research methods, public policy (education, biotechnology, transportation), political institutions (Congress, the presidency, political parties, elections).

 

Teaching Interests:

Social statistics, research methods, Congress and the presidency, political parties and elections, voting behavior and public opinion, political socialization.

 

References:

Kenneth J. Koehler, University Professor and Chair, Department of Statistics, 120 Snedecor Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011 (515-294-4181), kkoehler@iastate.edu

Laura Rendon, Professor and Chair, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, N243A Lagomarcino Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011-3195 (515-294-4143), lrendon@iastate.edu.

Dean L. Isaacson (formerly Director and Head, Statistical Laboratory and Department of Statistics), Professor of Statistics, 102 Snedecor Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011 (515/294-3440); dli@iastate.edu.

John Schuh, Distinguished Professor and former Chair, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, 243 Lagomarcino Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011 (515/294-6393), jschuh@iastate.edu.

Walt H. Gmelch (formerly Dean, College of Education, Iowa State University), Dean, School of Education, ED 107, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 94117 (415/422-2108); whgmelch@usfca.edu.

 

Field and Title of Dissertation:

Political Institutions and Processes (American)

"The Conservative Coalition in the U.S. Congress, 1933-1976: Time Series Analysis of a Policy Coalition"

 

Minor Field: Economics

 

Languages: French; Russian.

 

Statistical Training:

Economic Statistics and Econometrics I, 1972

Economic Statistics and Econometrics II, 1973

Topics in the Analysis of Political Data, 1973

Introduction to Political Models 1974, 1975

Economic Statistics and Econometrics III, 1975 (audit)

Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Summer Program, 1978 (Causal Modeling, Dynamic Analysis, Dimensional Analysis, Mathematics for Social Scientists)

Familiar with various statistical computer packages, including SAS, SPSS, Minitab, BMDP, LISREL, AMOS

 

Preliminary Fields in Political Science:

Political Institutions and Processes (American)

Empirical Political Theory and Methodology

Comparative Politics-Western Europe

Political Philosophy (write-off field; requirement met through course work)

 

Student Research Experience:

Assistant to Professor Abdul A. Said (American University), 1971-72; editing and other work on two books: Revolutionism and Protagonists of Change.

Assistant to Professor Warren S. Hunsberger (American University), 1972; analyzed Japanese international trade statistics.

Assistant to Professor Murray Edelman (University of Wisconsin), 1973; analyzed readings on the relationship between language and poverty.

Assistant to Professor Richard R. Merelman (University of Wisconsin), 1976; computer work on political cognition among adolescents.

Assistant to Professor David W. Adamany (University of Wisconsin), 1977; computer analysis of Wisconsin state 1976 election survey.

 

Selected Professional Consulting Activities:

January 1, 1979-December 31, 1997

1.        Explained the use of the Box-Jenkins time series forecasting methodology to faculty of the Business School of Auburn University at Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama).

2.        Conducted a seminar on the use of the Box-Jenkins time series computer package written by David Pack, for Statistics and Business faculty at Mississippi State University.

3.        Assisted the Center for Governmental Technology, Cooperative Extension Service of Mississippi State University in preparing the report, "1978 Salary Survey of Mississippi County Personnel."

4.        Assisted Professor Howard Ball (Mississippi State University-Head, Department of Political Science) in the statistical analysis of admissions criteria for the University of Mississippi School of Law.

5.        Assisted Professor Joel C. Moses (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science) in the statistical analysis component of his paper, "The Impact of Nomenklatura in Soviet Regional Elite Recruitment," presented at the Second World Congress on Soviet and East European Studies, Garmish-Partenkirchen, West Germany, September 30-October 4, 1980.

6.        Advised Osaretin Elaiho (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science graduate student) in constructing a survey of Iowa Department of Transportation managers and personnel officers and in analysis of variance, two-sample comparison procedures, and contingency table analysis.

7.        Advised Nancy Thompson (Iowa State University—Department of Art graduate student) in the analysis of survey data, using analysis of variance, two-sample comparison procedures, and contingency table analysis.

8.        Advised Ben Nwoke (Iowa State University—Department of Industrial Education) in the analysis of a sample survey dealing with participants' perceptions of the utility of an educational seminar series, using two-sample comparison tests and contingency tables, as well as regression methods.

9.        Assisted C.C. Mosier (Iowa State University—Director of Institutional Research) in the analysis of a large-scale survey of the utilization of faculty resources in teaching at Iowa State University, using correlation and regression techniques.

10.     Advised Jean Memken (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment graduate student) in the analysis of a sample survey evaluating the target population's satisfaction with a government-funded home improvement program in Des Moines.

11.     Advised Ebelechukwu Godwin Agba (Iowa State University—Department of Community and Regional Planning graduate student) in the construction and execution of a large-scale (500 respondents) survey of Iowa State University student and faculty/staff needs and support for mass transit facilities.

12.     Advised Paul Coates (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science Assistant Professor) on the analysis and interpretation of data from a sample survey of participants in a training program, involving the use of analysis of variance methods and reliability test procedures.

13.     Advised Mark Walther (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science graduate student and employee of the Iowa Department of Transportation) and worked with other DOT employees on applications of time series analysis and forecasting methods for DOT revenue data, with the goal of developing improved prediction methods to assist state policymakers.

14.     Advised Dennis Daley (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science Assistant Professor) on the interpretation of regression and correlation analysis of survey data concerning public policy in the states.

15.     Advised Martha Gilkey (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment graduate student) on the analysis and interpretation of data from a sample survey of parents and children of families in which the child has physical handicaps, using contingency tables and general descriptive statistics.

16.     Advised Robert Wessel (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science Associate Professor) on the construction and execution of a sample survey dealing with students' evaluation of the use of high school sports coaches to teach social studies classes.

17.     Advised Clair Keller (Iowa State University—Department of History Professor) on the analysis of colonial American legislative roll call data.

18.     Assisted Yong Lee (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science Assistant Professor) in applications of analysis of variance methods in public policy analysis.

19.     Advised Mohd Hanim Mohd-Tahir (Iowa State University—Department of Journalism and Mass Communication graduate student) on questionnaire construction and the analysis of survey data concerning the Malaysian Rubber Industry Smallholders Development Authority.

20.     Assisted Roger Stover (Iowa State University—School of Business Administration Associate Professor of Finance) in the transfer function and intervention time series analysis of banking finance data for his paper, "A Re-Examination of Commercial Bank Failures' Effect on Investors' Risk Cognizance."

21.     Assisted Martin Zober (Iowa State University—School of Business Administration Professor of Marketing) in the transfer function and intervention time series analysis of data on automobile sales in the United States for his paper, "A Comparison of Regression With Univariate and Multivariate Box-Jenkins in Explaining Automobile Demand," presented at the International Forecasting Conference in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 1981.

22.     Advised Marjorie Doyle (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment graduate student) on designing a survey to assess consumers' knowledge about and needs for information on energy alternatives.

23.     Advised Linda Thigpen (Iowa State University—Industrial Relations program graduate student) on interpretation of factorial analysis of variance for experimental tests of gender and racial differences in patterns of response to a black female interviewer.

24.     Advised Virginia Molgaard (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment graduate student) on interpretation of data from a sample survey evaluating the life histories and attitudes of ministers' wives.

25.     Advised Louise Federick (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment) on the use of multiple regression, correlation, path analysis, and reliability methods to analyze data from a survey of consumers' attitudes toward the marketplace.

26.     Consulted with Rick Cluff (City of Marshalltown—Department of Community Development) about methods of population projection.

27.     Advised Tahira Hira (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment Assistant Professor) regarding the use and interpretation of discriminant analysis.

28.     Advised Susan Hunter (Superintendent of Women's Reformatory, Rockwell City, Iowa) about analysis of survey data regarding lifestyles and attitudes of incarcerated mothers.

29.     Worked with Don Hadwiger (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science Professor) on computer-based analysis of a 1949 U.S. House of Representatives vote on rural electrification.

30.     Consulted with Eloise Rippie (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment Associate Professor) and John Butler (Family Environment undergraduate) on crosstabular and goodness-of-fit analysis and collection of data regarding child visitation rights in Iowa.

31.     Consulted with Mary Pickett (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment Professor) and Dawn Day (Family Environment graduate student) on coding and analyzing a questionnaire on facets of home design, with factor analysis, reliability, and other methods.

32.     Advised Judy Puckett (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment graduate student) on a survey of home energy conservation methods.

33.     Advised Lee Tesdell (Iowa State University—Department of English graduate student) on analysis of variance procedures for interpreting data on English errors committed by native Chinese, Malay, Spanish, and Arabic speakers, with assistance from Professor Leroy Wolins on split-plot analysis of variance.

34.     Assisted Coleen Nutty (Iowa State University—Academic Advisor, College of Sciences and Humanities) in analysis of a post-graduation survey of career development by Distributed Studies majors.

35.     Worked with Joelyn Ainley (Associate Director for Student Services, Northeast Iowa Technical Institute) on correlation and regression analysis of the PAAPN (Pre-Admissions Assessment of Practical Nurses) portion of the Nursing Admissions Remediation study.

36.     Advised Robert Wessel (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science Associate Professor) on studying salary levels of Iowa county officials.

37.     Assisted Laura Bostwick (Iowa State University—Industrial Relations program graduate student) with regression analysis of data on accident rates in Iowa foundries.

38.     Helped Mary Janet Mueller (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment graduate student) with a crosstabular, regression, and correlational study of family financial management practices.

39.     Assisted Gerald Baker (Cedar Falls, Iowa) in a probabilistic analysis of seasonal variations in births and deaths of U.S. presidents and other notables.

40.     Worked with Terry Thames (Iowa State University—Department of Journalism and Mass Communication graduate student) on testing hypotheses in a content analysis of presidential press conferences.

41.     Consulted with Gary Phye (Iowa State University—Department of Psychology Associate Professor) on time series intervention analysis of student learning and development.

42.     Consulted with Eloise Rippie (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment Associate Professor) on correlational analysis of survey data on student perceptions of spousal roles in marriage.

43.     Consulted with Scott H. Nichols (Assistant Attorney General, Iowa Department of Justice) on a housing discrimination lawsuit in Fort Madison, using likelihood function and other probability analysis of demographic data (the suit was later settled out of court).

44.     Advised Marcia McCrea (Iowa State University—Department of Journalism and Mass Communication graduate student) on coding and analysis of the content of photographs appearing in randomly selected editions of the Des Moines Register.

45.     Advised Cherub Antwi-Nsiah (Iowa State University—Department of Community and Regional Planning graduate student) on the analysis of a questionnaire on industrial development in Iowa.

46.     Helped Crissy Thomas (Iowa State University—Department of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management graduate student) in analysis of energy consumption in a hospital kitchen.

47.     Assisted Jack Whitmer (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science Associate Professor) with an assessment of the pedagogical methods used in an Extension short course for local Iowa government officials.

48.     Advised Paul Coates (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science Assistant Professor) on training programs for local Iowa government officials.

49.     Assisted Dawn Day (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment graduate student) with analysis of test and questionnaire results pertaining to Iowa State University undergraduate students' receptiveness to computer assisted instruction using the GIGI system.

50.     Assisted Tiamiyu Sanni (Iowa State University—Department of Economics graduate student) in the application of vector autoregressive methods to macroeconomic models.

51.     Worked with Stavroula Tsokou (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science graduate student) on discriminant analysis of demographic and attitudinal correlates of partisanship in Greece.

52.     Advised Sandra Fish (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science graduate student) on the transfer function analysis of U.S. government spending on social welfare programs.

53.     Assisted Dabai Chen (Iowa State University—Department of Economics graduate student) on statistical applications in an examination of optimal cropping systems in the People's Republic of China.

54.     Advised Sung Pyo Jun (Iowa State University—Department of Sociology graduate student) on the analysis of survey data on the political and social attitudes of Asian-Americans and African-Americans.

55.     Advised Anne Swift (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment graduate student) on analyzing survey data on family financial insolvency.

56.     Supervised the analysis by Donna Hensen (Iowa State University—Department of Statistics graduate student) of data on the backgrounds and subsequent success at Iowa State University of graduate student recipients of PACE (Premium for Academic Excellence) awards (the results were submitted to George Karas, Associate Dean of the Graduate College).

57.     Assisted Tiamiyu Sanni and Peter H. Calkins (Iowa State University—Department of Economics graduate student and Associate Professor, respectively) in the use of vector autoregressive methods in the preparation of the submitted paper, "The Dynamic Relationship Between Money and Agriculture in Australia."

58.     Consulted with Yousry Raslan (Iowa State University—Department of Sociology graduate student) on multiple regression analysis of U.S. county-level fertility data in the North.

59.     Assisted Brian Bosenberg (Iowa State University—Business Administrative Sciences graduate student) with the canonical correlation analysis of relationships between debts and assets for several business sectors.

60.     Advised Tom Goetzman (Iowa State University—Business Administrative Sciences graduate student) on the analysis of business finances.

61.     Assisted Gary Keller and Don Untiedt (Wright County Extension) in the regression analysis of funding for county extension offices throughout Iowa.

62.     Advised Donelda Macmillan (University of Oregon—Leisure Studies graduate student) on split-plot analysis of data on the effectiveness of training programs for prison inmates.

63.     Assisted Don Rawson (Iowa State University—Department of History Professor) in computer analysis of elections to the czarist Russian Dumas.

64.     Assisted Robert Krause (Council of State Governments—Lexington, Kentucky) in preparation and analysis of a nationally-distributed questionnaire surveying the attitudes and activities of transportation policymakers.

65.     Assisted Tamra Ortgies (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science graduate student) in Guttman scaling analysis of selected items from an Iowa State University Office of Student Life telepoll on student stress.

66.     Assisted Mark Tilson (Eaton Corporation—Belmont, Iowa) in conducting tests of normality on his company's data.

67.     Advised Don Whalen (Iowa State University—Coordinator of Residence Life, University Student Apartments) on the design and analysis of a survey evaluating satisfaction with living conditions in the Iowa State University student apartment system.

68.     Assisted Jeff Beatty (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science graduate student) with a discriminant analysis of nations' support for the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

69.     Advised Virginia Arthur (Iowa State University—Director of Towers Residence Halls) on the analysis of data from an employee satisfaction survey administered to residence hall Merit and Professional and Scientific employees.

70.     Advised Edward A. Powers and Joyce Mercier (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment Professor and Chair, and Associate Professor, respectively) on applications of discriminant analysis to a study of labor market experience and life satisfaction among mature women.

71.     Assisted Craig Allen and Mary Elizabeth Garrison (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment Associate Professor and graduate student, respectively) on the analysis of a survey on life stressors among a sample of Iowa husbands and wives.

72.     Assisted Craig Allen (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment Associate Professor) on the analysis of survey data on "young-old" and "old-old" Iowans aged 65 and over.

73.     Assisted Lee Ann Osbun (Iowa State University—Political Science Assistant Professor) with the analysis of data on election referenda in Iowa from 1968 to 1984.

74.     Advised Sharon Lesan (Iowa State University—Department of Political Science graduate student) on the analysis of a survey of Iowa's Area Agencies on Aging.

75.     Assisted Janis Stone (Iowa State University—Department of Textiles and Clothing Extension Associate Professor) in the analysis of a survey of farm pesticide use and safety, with stepwise regression, factor analysis, and reliability methods.

76.     Advised Barbara Plakans (Iowa State University—Graduate College Information Specialist) on the analysis of SPEAK and TEACH test scores for evaluating the oral English abilities of non-native English speakers as prospective teaching assistants.

77.     Advised Vicki Stumme (Heartland Education Agency) on running and interpreting SAS General Linear Models analysis with a mixture of continuous and categoric predictor variables.

78.     Advised Nora Ladjahasan (Iowa State University—Department of Community and Regional Planning graduate student) on the analysis of survey data generated from interviews with Des Moines residents participating in the Logan Rehabilitation-Redevelopment (Centremetro) Program.

79.     Advised Teresa Groehn (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment graduate student) on the analysis of survey data on life stressors.

80.     Advised Mary Winter and Deanna Sharpe (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment Professor and graduate student, respectively) on the analysis of data on time use in the United States.

81.     Advised Joyce Mercier (Iowa State University—Department of Family Environment Associate Professor) on the interpretation of a multinomial logistic regression analysis of the role of geographic proximity in the relationships between aging parents and adult children.

82.     Advised David Long (Iowa State University—Department of Community and Regional Planning and Department of Political Science graduate student) on the analysis of data concerning Community Development Block Grants in Iowa.

83.     Assisted Robert Krause (Council of State Governments—Lexington, Kentucky) in a survey of service delivery alternatives in public transit.

84.     Advised Jaime Hernandez Mijangos (Iowa State University—Department of Industrial Engineering) in the analysis of a survey dealing with customer satisfaction with accommodations in the Iowa State University Memorial Union.

85.     Advised Wayne P. Davis (Iowa State University—Department of Journalism graduate student) on the analysis of survey data collected from audiences attending performances at C.Y. Stephens Auditorium, Iowa State University.

86.     Advised Tahira Hira and Mary Elizabeth Garrison (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment Associate Professor and graduate student, respectively) on the use of analysis of variance methods for survey data dealing with the correlates of personal debt problems in Scotland during 1983-87.

87.     Advised Robert Meyer (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) on the analysis of a survey dealing with interorganizational relations.

88.     Assisted Laurna Hansen (Iowa State University--Department of Economics graduate student) with a time series analysis of data on U.S. defense expenditures.

89.     Advised Sophia Rolle (Iowa State University--Department of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management graduate student) on the construction, implementation, and analysis of a survey of restaurant employee and management attitudes toward tipping.

90.     Advised Sally Williams (Iowa State University--Family and Consumer Sciences Education Associate Professor) and Jane Edwards (Iowa State University--International Educational Services Program Coordinator) on the analysis of data from a survey on the professional integration of international women students from Iowa State University.

91.     Advised Cynthia Wasberg (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student) on the analysis of survey data from Marshalltown, Iowa dealing with financial management practices.

92.     Advised Brian Reichel (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology and Department of Political Science graduate student) on the analysis of data collected from surveys at Iowa State University, from U.S. biotechnology companies, and from Iowa farm operators dealing with the effects of biotechnology on university research and other matters (Reichel's work was recognized with a Graduate College Research Excellence Award in Spring, 1988).

93.     Assisted Deborah Neubauer and Nancy Brown (Iowa State University--Department of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management graduate student and Associate Professor, respectively) in the analysis of survey data on food service in Iowa hospitals.

94.     Assisted Todd Melander (Iowa State University--Department of Statistics graduate student) with the analysis of selected variables from the 1984 U.S. National Election Study.

95.     Advised Mary Ann Sward and Earl Morris (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student and Professor, respectively) on the use of loglinear methods for a study of housing conditions.

96.     Assisted Robert Scarborough (Harvard University--Political Science graduate student) in the analysis of models of parliamentary representation in Great Britain, with help from Phil Iversen.

97.     Advised Steve Moehlmann, Beth Wessel, and Ivy Hardy (Ames, Iowa--Association of Boards of Certification) on the analysis of examination scores from certification tests administered in several states.

98.     Advised Mike Anderson (Iowa State University--Freshman Engineering Adjunct Associate Professor) on the analysis of entry and exit grade point averages of engineering majors.

99.     Worked with Rory Huber (Iowa State University--Industrial Relations graduate student) on the analysis of a survey of Iowa State University employees conducted by the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees.

100.  Assisted Melody Justice (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student) in the analysis of a survey dealing with marital satisfaction.

101.  Advised Seon Hong (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) on the use of causal modeling in a study of traditional and modern family values in Korea.

102.  Assisted Sarai Renken (Iowa State University--Department of Political Science undergraduate) and Norman Scott (Iowa State University--Department of Psychology Associate Professor) in the use of factor analysis, analysis of variance, and analysis of covariance in an Honors project dealing with personal stress arising from divorce.

103.  Advised Jim Hutter (Iowa State University--Department of Political Science Associate Professor) on the use and interpretation of factor analysis methods in a pilot study of political attitudes.

104.  Advised Patrick McGrath and Karl Friederich (Iowa State University--Department of Journalism and Mass Communication graduate student and Professor, respectively) on the analysis of results from a national survey to assess the level of knowledge regarding international affairs among journalism students.

105.  Advised Jamie Horwitz (Iowa State University--Department of Architecture Associate Professor) in the design and analysis of a survey dealing with student use of the Memorial Union.

106.  Advised Yanfei Hwang (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the use of covariance models in assessing the effectiveness of methods for training industrial education students in Taiwan.

107.  Advised Mary Elizabeth Garrison and Julia Malia (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate students) on the use of cross-lagged correlations and other methods in analyzing panel data on life satisfaction and health.

108.  Advised Carla Brinkman (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student) on the analysis of survey data dealing with undergraduate and graduate student debt levels and the provision of financial aid.

109.  Advised Jamie Horwitz and Mark Engelbrecht (Iowa State University--Department of Architecture Associate Professor and Professor, respectively) on the analysis of data from a survey of retirement community residents.

110.  Advised Derik Shields (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student) on the analysis of data regarding convicted sex offenders in Iowa.

111.  Assisted Timothy Buzzell (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) with statistical research for his paper, "The Types of Information Utilized in the Voting Decision: Use Pattern Comparisons Between Groups," which won first prize in the 1989 Midwest Sociological Society Graduate Student Paper Competition.

112.  Advised Vanessa Baker-Latimer (Iowa State University--Department of Political Science graduate student) on the analysis of survey data addressing attitudes of federal housing program administrators in Iowa toward certificate and voucher programs.

113.  Advised Jude Igbokwe (Iowa State University--Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey assessing the effectiveness of management training programs.

114.  Advised Robert Krause (Council of State Governments--Lexington, KY) on the analysis of data from multiple surveys related to highway safety and traffic signs.

115.  Advised Joan Hartman (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student) on the analysis of survey data dealing with the relationship between child sexual abuse and self-esteem.

116.  Advised Cletus Mercier (Iowa State University--Department of Freshman Engineering Associate Professor) on the analysis of survey data regarding Engineering Honors students' satisfaction with their academic advising.

117.  Advised Lorraine Knowles (Iowa State University--Business Administrative Sciences graduate student) on statistical comparisons of developed and developing nations' employment practices.

118.  Advised Joyce Mercier (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment Associate Professor) on a logistic regression analysis of senior citizens' feelings of control over their life circumstances.

119.  Advised Shi-Jiuan Wu (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student) on a path analysis and LISREL analysis of children's obligations to their elderly parents.

120.  Advised Renate Vogelsang (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student) on the analysis of family financial management survey data.

121.  Advised Deborah Peck (Iowa State University--Industrial Relations graduate student) on a logistic regression analysis of survey data on hospital employee use of a flexible benefits plan.

122.  Assisted Roger Larson (Iowa Department of Transportation) in an analysis of the impact of higher speed limits on highway fatality rates in Iowa.

123.  Assisted Vedat Uzunlu (Iowa State University--Department of Agricultural Education graduate student) in the analysis of data from a survey on the adoption of recommended farming practices in Turkey.

124.  Assisted Dan Bahr (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) in the analysis of data relating norms of international interaction to the numbers and differential power of international actors.

125.  Assisted Jeff Pelton (Iowa State University--Department of Political Science graduate student) in the analysis of roll call data regarding party cohesion in the Iowa General Assembly.

126.  Assisted Chung Mee Ko Lee (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student) in the analysis of data relating incidence and severity of sexual abuse to patterns of family interactions.

127.  Advised Nancy Wolff (Iowa State University--Department of Family Environment graduate student) on the path analysis of data on household financial management practices.

128.  Advised Gabriel Fadeyi (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the analysis of data from an education training survey. (His work was recognized with a Graduate College Research Excellence Award in Spring, 1991).

129.  Advised Janis Stone and Hyunsik Kim (Iowa State University--Department of Textiles and Clothing Extension Associate Professor and graduate student, respectively) on the analysis of data from an Iowa survey of in-home pesticide use.

130.  Advised Patricia Gambrell and Margaret Graham (Iowa State University--Department of English Assistant Professors) on the analysis of a survey of English department faculty research productivity in the Midwest.

131.  Advised Ann Mowery (Brandeis University--Department of Psychology graduate student) on factor analysis and reliability analysis of hospital facilities.

132.  Assisted Binahar Sihotang (Iowa State University--Department of Economics graduate student) in the analysis of data on agricultural production and fertilizer use in Indonesia.

133.  Assisted Mariam Rikhana (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) in the path analysis of household food expenditures in Indonesia.

134.  Assisted Shi-Jiuan Wu (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) in the hierarchical regression analysis of demographic and attitudinal predictors of patterns of interaction between adult children and their aging parents, for both single-child and multiple-child families.

135.  Advised Melanie Payne (Iowa State University--Department of Community and Regional Planning graduate student) with a survey of residents' satisfaction with university student housing.

136.  Advised Barbara Ann Kennedy (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) on a path analysis of the influence of parents and of their children's peers over child sexual behavior.

137.  Advised Rosanne Potter (Iowa State University--Department of English Associate Professor) in the analysis of gender differences in word selection from a variety of prose works.

138.  Advised William Black and Joyce Bahrenfus (Iowa State University--Parks Library Associate Professor and program assistant, respectively) in the development of a model for allocating salary increases among library faculty and staff.

139.  Assisted Boniface Osuagwu (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) in the analysis of survey data pertaining to the preparation of teachers for working with gifted students in the state of Iowa.

140.  Advised Cletus Mercier (Iowa State University--Department of Freshman Engineering Associate Professor) and Julie Rimkus (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of Iowa Department of Transportation data on injuries in traffic accidents.

141.  Advised Jane Nuhu (Iowa State University--Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Education graduate student) on the analysis of survey data on career choice patterns of college students.

142.  Advised Aizan Tengku (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of survey data for a study relating parental disciplinary practices and childhood experiences to child sexual abuse.

143.  Advised Catheryn Hockaday (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of teenage mothers’ relationships with their parents and close friends.

144.  Advised the Iowa Department of Human Services and Diane Sly (Iowa State University--Department of Statistics graduate student) on time series models for forecasting foster case loads.

145.  Advised Joan Hartman and Craig Allen (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student and Associate Professor, respectively) on the analysis of data from a survey on the relationship between personal history of sexual abuse and suicide.

146.  Advised Doris Whiddon (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on a study of strategies for coping with the consequences of divorce.

147.  Advised Hee-Seon Noh (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on a study of selected correlates of family financial difficulties and satisfaction with family finances.

148.  Advised Aizan Tengku (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on designing a survey of relationships between adult children and their elderly parents in Malaysia and on the use of LISREL methods to analyze the resulting data.

149.  Advised Alyce Holland (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the statistical analysis for a study of career success among teachers as related to their previous involvement in extracurricular activities. (This dissertation work was recognized with a Graduate College Research Excellence Award in Summer, 1991).

150.  Advised Rajiv Bakshi (Iowa State University--Department of Community and Regional Planning graduate student) on assessing the validity of survey sampling techniques and methods of reporting survey results employed by the City of Ames in its annual study of citizen satisfaction with local government service delivery.

151.  Assisted Joyce Mercier (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Professor) in the interpretation of loglinear model analysis for her paper, "The Impact of Health and Social Support on Institutionalization of Older Persons."

152.  Advised Eunkyung Kim (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the logistic regression analysis of intergenerational determinants of violent behavior among children.

153.  Advised Herien Puspitawati and Mary Winter (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student and Professor, respectively) on the use of ordinary least squares regression, multinomial logit models, and discriminant analysis in a study of time use and home industry.

154.  Advised Denise Vrchota (Iowa State University--Department of Speech Communication Adjunct Instructor) on the analysis of class survey and student performance data regarding the effectiveness of three competing methods for teaching an introductory course.

155.  Advised Jing-qiu Liu (Iowa State University--Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the design and analysis of a national survey measuring university support for international education.

156.  Assisted the Des Moines law firm of Babich, Bennett, and Nickersen in the statistical analysis relevant to a claim of ethnic discrimination in jury selection for a federal court case in the Southern District of Iowa, and provided expert witness testimony in federal district court in Des Moines.

157.  Assisted Iowa Methodist Medical Center (Des Moines) in the analysis of data from a study on the prevention of skin breakdown.

158.  Assisted Sophia Rolle (Iowa State University--Family and Consumer Sciences Education graduate student) in the analysis and interpretation of survey data derived from an application of learning style inventory measures to workers and managers in the Bahamian hospitality industry.

159.  Advised Paula Dail (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Associate Professor) on the analysis of medical and demographic data for a study of child sexual abuse in Iowa.

160.  Advised Ardys Ulrichson (Iowa State University--Orientation Coordinator) on the design and analysis of a survey of why non-returning students left Iowa State University.

161.  Advised Evelyn L. Schnoor (Drake University-School of Nursing graduate student, and Iowa Methodist Medical Center) on the analysis of data regarding the relationship between chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and serum cholesterol.

162.  Assisted Roger Stover and Gary Koppenhaver (Iowa State University--Department of Finance Professor and Associate Professor, respectively) in a vector autoregressive analysis of data on bank interest rates.

163.  Advised Tom Collins (Iowa State University--Department of Community and Regional Planning graduate student) on a comparison of the academic performance of transfer and non-transfer undergraduate majors in Community and Regional Planning.

164.  Assisted Keith Johnson (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) in the analysis of national survey data on the correlates of academic success for Industrial Education graduate students.

165.  Advised James Pease (Iowa State University--Department of Animal Ecology Assistant Professor) on the analysis of survey data on the correlates of wildlife-oriented farm management practices in Iowa.

166.  Advised Earl Dowling (Iowa State University--Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Services) on the analysis of institutional data pertaining to monetary inducements for attracting high-caliber undergraduate students to the university.

167.  Advised Geoffrey Abelson (Iowa State University--Department of Elementary Education and Department of Curriculum and Instruction in Education Professor) on the analysis of Iowa survey data pertaining to special education teachers' satisfaction with their professional training and employment circumstances.

168.  Advised Ann Marie Fiore and Josephine Moreno (Iowa State University--Department of Textiles and Clothing Assistant Professor and graduate student, respectively) on the application of analysis of variance methods to experimental observations on preferences for perfume fragrances.

169.  Advised Dahlia Stockdale and Tamara Hechtner (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Professor and graduate student, respectively) on the structural-equations analysis of survey data from a study of parental stress and children's competence.

170.  Advised Melva Berkland (Iowa State University--Department of Agricultural Education graduate student) on the use of reliability methods in evaluating data dealing with locus of control from the Iowa Youth Poll.

171.  Advised Musa Dube (Iowa State University--Department of Agricultural Education and Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of farmers and extension officers in Swaziland regarding dissemination of knowledge about farming practices.

172.  Advised Janis Stone (Iowa State University--Department of Textiles and Clothing Extension) and Patricia Higby (Iowa State University--Department of Textiles   and Clothing Graduate Student) on the statistical analysis of experimental data related to the effects of starching, laundry methods, and fabric types on the contamination of clothing.

173.  Advised Diane Hayes (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the statistical analysis of national survey data regarding the consequences of self-supervision, mother-care, and nonrelative-care for children aged 7-11.

174.  Worked with William Kinney (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) on the analysis of data pertaining to structural effects on budgetary expenditures for research, and on the distribution of full-time-equivalent personnel, related to the extensive funding of research in molecular biotechnology at Iowa State University.

175.  Advised Tracy Dufresne (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the analysis of data from Scotland, Canada, Japan, and the United States addressing the causes and consequences of personal bankruptcies.

176.  Advised Marilyn Bruin and Cindy Fletcher (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student and Associate Professor, respectively) on the analysis of national survey data dealing with the quality of life of divorced mothers and their dependent children.

177.  Advised Bobby Beavers (Iowa State University--Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the analysis of institutional and student performance data pertaining to students participating in eight college and university Upward Bound programs preparing first-generation post-secondary students.

178.  Advised Michelle Freiderich (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of survey data addressing the emergency of social competency in low-income children participating in Head Start and other nursery school programs.

179.  Advised Pedro Pacheco (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of survey data from Oaxaca, Mexico pertaining to satisfaction with housing and public services.

180.  Advised Connie Hadden (Iowa State University--Departments of Community and Regional Planning, and Political Science graduate student) on the analysis of data from an Iowa survey of citizen involvement in and satisfaction with local civic and personal activities.

181.  Advised Jerry McKim (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey on the abuse of elderly residents of Iowa nursing homes by facility staff. (His work was recognized with a Graduate College Research Excellence Award in Spring, 1993).

182.  Advised Jai Hong (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on questionnaire design and data analysis for a survey of Total Quality Management practices in Iowa companies.

183.  Advised Ismail Mohamed (Iowa State University--Department of Agricultural Education and Studies graduate student) on the design and analysis of a survey of perceptions regarding the effectiveness of agricultural education graduate programs among international students participating in such programs in the United States.

184.  Advised Wendy Harrod (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology Associate Professor) on the use of correspondence analysis to evaluate data from a survey of media effects on respondents' perceptions of environmental hazards.

185.  Advised Craig Allen (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Associate Professor) on the use of general linear models to analyze data from a study of family dysfunction.

186.  Assisted Kristi Flugum (Iowa State University--Department of Psychology graduate student) in the analysis of data from a survey dealing with school psychology.

187.  Advised Cecelia Darkoh (Iowa State University--Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the role of women in the Sudan.

188.  Advised Jing-qiu Liu (Iowa State University--Professional Studies in Education graduate student) and Myrna Whigham (Iowa State University--Student Services Coordinator, College of Education) on the analysis of data from a survey of the impact of family structure and attitudes toward learning on academic performance among high school students in Iowa.

189.  Advised Patricia Higby (Iowa State University--Department of Textiles and Clothing graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of consumer satisfaction with home knitting machines.

190.  Advised Sandy Hoagland (Iowa State University--Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey dealing with students from the fifth to twelfth grades in an Iowa College Bound program.

191.  Advised Julie Rimkus (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of survey data dealing with elderly recipients of personal and home caregiving.

192.  Advised Robert Lee McNair (Iowa State University--Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on questionnaire structure and analysis of data for a survey of the relationships among social perceptions, self-perceptions, and academic success for nontraditional and traditional-age students on a comprehensive community college campus.

193.  Advised Marilyn Bruin (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the use of structural equation methods for analyzing data on custodial and noncustodial parents.

194.  Advised Kerry Kreiner and Paula Dail (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student and Professor, respectively, on the analysis of intensive survey data on the role of religion in modern life.

195.  Advised Rick Pustka (Director, Iowa Heart, Lung, and Vascular Surgeons, P.C.) on the analysis of data on comparative patient surgery survival rates in Iowa and nationally.

196.  Advised Ted Bensen (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the analysis of data from a national survey of leadership training in industrial education graduate programs.

197.  Advised Lisa Schutte (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of path analysis for sample survey data in a study of the effects of living alone on satisfaction with living conditions among the elderly in Iowa.

198.  Advised Edith Gozali (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on a hierarchical regression analysis of determinants of satisfaction with family performance.

199.  Advised Susan Hegland (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Associate Professor on the use of repeated measures in reliability analysis for survey data.

200.  Advised Esther Ledesma (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey measuring the satisfaction of John Deere employees with a job-place literacy program.

201.  Advised Ardys Ulrichson (Iowa State University--Orientation Coordinator) on the design and analysis of a survey assessing why "no-show" undergraduate students accepted by Iowa State University failed to matriculate.

202.  Advised Craig Allen (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Professor) on the analysis of survey data         from a study of child sexual abuse and suicidal behaviors among male and female perpetrators.

203.  Assisted Mei-Chen Chao (Iowa State University--Department of History graduate student) in the design and analysis of survey data collected from students in the United States from the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China, regarding the meaning of democracy.

204.  Advised Maureen Deisinger (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of nonreturning undergraduate students at Iowa State University.

205.  Advised David Popelka (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the analysis of data from a comparative survey of Iowa State University students living in residence halls and students living off-campus.

206.  Advised Ruth Otima (Iowa State University--Department of Economics graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of farming practices in Kenya.

207.  Advised Rashid Bax (Iowa State University--Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the design and analysis of data from a survey of total quality management at community colleges in Iowa.

208.  Advised John Henderson (Iowa State University--Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the use of discriminant analysis and logistic regression in the interpretation of data from a study of the graduation success rate of undergraduate students at Iowa State University.

209.  Advised James Liang-Chih Huang (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the analysis of data from a national survey comparing secondary and postsecondary teachers' and administrators' attitudes toward technology-preparation programs.

210.  Advised the law firm of Taylor, Holiner, & Spicer, P.C. (San Antonio, Texas) in statistical analysis for the preparation of arguments in a federal court case alleging racial discrimination against Hispanics in the selection of juries, and provided expert witness testimony in federal district court in Bay City, Michigan.

211.  Advised Paula Morrow and Jon Shanahan (Iowa State University--Industrial Relations Professor) and graduate student, respectively) on the analysis of training programs undertaken at Pioneer Hi-bred International industrial plants.

212.  Advised Julie Kelly (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use and interpretation of logistic regression in a study of correlates of sexual abuse.

213.  Advised Vera Lang (Iowa State University--Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of teacher satisfaction.

214.  Advised Marc Shelstrom (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the use of analysis of variance and analysis of covariance in the interpretation of data from an experiment with wood drying.

215.  Advised Alice Theiman (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Assistant Professor) on the use of logistic regression in the analysis of data from the Iowa Department of Human Services on child abuse.

216.  Advised Christine Patterson (Iowa State University--Department of Psychology graduate student) on the use of LISREL models.

217.  Advised James Ross (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of ordinal logistic regression.

218.  Advised Kenneth Eric Stone (Iowa State University--Neurosciences graduate student) on the use of chi-square in the analysis of data on the incidence of defects in frog embryo brain tissue axons from alternative treatments.

219.  Advised Said Hamad Al-Hajri (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of managerial style, using analysis of covariance.

220.  Advised Sook Young Shim (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of preschool teaching methods.

221.  Advised Jen Yen (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) in the analysis of data from structured and unstructured methods for evaluating graphic designs projects.

222.  Advised Janice Dana and Junehee Kwon (Iowa State University--Department of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management assistant professor and graduate student, respectively) on the analysis of data from a study of clinical dieticians' activities.

223.  Assisted Cathy Hockaday (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) in the analysis of data from the Consumer Expenditure Survey.

224.  Advised David Schult (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the analysis of data regarding repeat-use budget planning from the Consumer Expenditure Survey.

225.  Advised Jing-qiu Liu (Iowa State University--Department of Curriculum and Instruction temporary instructor) on the analysis of data from a before-after evaluation of the impact of a course teaching students about international education.

226.  Advised Naoko Fukuchi (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the design and analysis of data from an experimental design to study the determinants of teaching effectiveness among preschool instructors.

227.  Advised Detra Dettmann Easler (Iowa State University--Department of Animal Ecology graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey on animal care.

228.  Advised Lilliam Phillips (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the consequences of abuse by mothers and fathers on their children's likelihood of becoming sex offenders.

229.  Assisted Cheryl Moller-Wong (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) in the development of multivariate statistical models for analyzing student retention in the College of Engineering.

230.  Assisted Mike Lieber (Iowa State University--Department of Statistics graduate student) in the multivariate analysis of General Social Survey data relating happiness to voting choice in the 1992 presidential election.

231.  Advised Fred Walker (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the use of analysis of covariance for data from a survey related to an industrial training program.

232.  Advised Steve Liang (Iowa State University--Department of Animal Ecology graduate student) on the use of structural-equations methods in the analysis of data derived from a field experimental study of fish populations in Iowa streams, using PROC CALIS and LISREL.

233.  Advised Paula Dail and Kathleen Larson (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Associate Professor and graduate student, respectively) on the analysis of data from an experiment to evaluate the effect of a treatment program designed to increase compliance with court-ordered child payments among noncustodial fathers.

234.  Advised Sami El-Ghamrini (Iowa State University--Department of Agricultural Education and Studies graduate student) on the use of discriminant analysis and related methods in a study of the diffusion of technological innovations among firms.

235.  Advised Dee Ann Nguyen and Alice Thieman (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student and Assistant Professor, respectively) on the use of probit and logistic regression models in a study of family patterns.

236.  Advised Anita Russell (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the application of factor analysis and regression methods in a survey of family patterns.

237.  Advised Jerry McKim (Department of Human Rights, Bureau of Weatherization, Iowa state government) on the analysis of survey data evaluating the effects of education on the weatherization of homes in Iowa.

238.  Advised Hyochung Kim (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of discriminant analysis and regression methods in analyzing data from a survey of home production versus out-of-home production.

239.  Advised Cathy Hockaday (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of logistic regression in a study of teenage mothers.

240.  Advised Carl W. Roberts (Iowa State University--Departments of Sociology and Statistics Associate Professor) on the use of time series methods and structural equation models in a content analysis of government-to-government exchanges between Ethiopia and Somalia.

241.  Advised Diane Tegtmeyer (Iowa Department of Human Services, Quality Assurance Specialist) on sampling procedures required to determine whether providers satisfy agency requirements for service delivery.

242.  Advised Syed Noor Ali Tirmizi (Iowa State University--Department of Economics graduate student) on the use of logistic regression models in a study of meat consumption patterns in Japan.

243.  Advised Cristina Watkins (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of LISREL models in the analysis of survey data on family patterns.

244.  Advised Alice Thieman (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Assistant Professor) on the use of factor analysis in a study of Iowa county-level social indicators related to student delinquency.

245.  Advised Lloyd E. Anderson and Verl Anders (Iowa State University--Center for Industrial Research and Service, Manager and Field Specialist, respectively) on the design and analysis of data from a survey of technology utilization by manufacturing firms in Iowa.

246.  Assisted the Board of Directors of the Mid-America Association of Educational Opportunity Program personnel in conducting a survey of program performance for a 10-state region.

247.  Advised Kathleen Lee (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of survey data dealing with compliance with court-ordered child-support payments in Iowa.

248.  Advised Indu Dahiya (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on analysis of data from surveys of attitudes among college students in India and the United States toward marital practices and filial obligation.

249.  Advised Yong-San Huang (Iowa State University--Department of Veterinary Anatomy graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the effects of surgery and diet differences on tumor growth in lab animals.

250.  Advised Cletus Mercier (Iowa State University--Division of Engineering Fundamentals and Multidisciplinary Design Associate Professor) and Joyce Mercier (Iowa State University—Department of Human Development and Family Studies Professor) on design and analysis of data from a study of injury trauma among older vehicular accident victims.

251.  Advised Christopher Scheib (Iowa State University--Department of Statistics graduate student) on analysis of data from a study of retention of undergraduate students at Iowa State University.

252.  Advised James Ferneau (Iowa State University--Departments of Political Science and Sociology graduate student) on the analysis of General Social Survey data for a study of racial attitudes as a function of egalitarian, competitive, and mixed perceptions among American adults.

253.  Advised Mike Tallman (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of survey data from a national study of families and households, to assess the correlates of intact married couples.

254.  Advised Maria Cahalan (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of masculine, feminine, and neutral qualities contained in personal newspaper advertisements.

255.  Prepared questionnaire and constructed sample for study conducted by the Student Union Board, Iowa State University, for a student opinion survey of usage of Union facilities related to remodeling of the building (advised Patrick Murray-John and Taysir Khatib).

256.  Advised Anthony Hron (Iowa State University--Department of Landscape Architecture graduate student) on the analysis of data from an opinion survey of landscape designers and landscape architects.

257.  Advised Chi-Ting (Tammy) Chen (Iowa State University--Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies, and Department of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management) on the analysis of data from a survey of food service planning in Iowa public school districts.

258.  Advised Marc Rice (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of correlates of learning the tenets of epistemology by undergraduate students in the biological sciences.

259.  Advised Darlene Bradner (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on questionnaire construction and the analysis of data from a survey of employee training for telephone-based collection of overdue payments).

260.  Assisted Inna Megretskaia (Iowa State University--Department of Statistics graduate student) in her duties as liaison for computing and statistical analysis between the Iowa State University Statistical Laboratory and the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.

261.  Assisted Sarah Zamoon (Iowa State University--Department of English graduate student) in the analysis of data from a survey regarding international students' personal use of closed-captioned television.

262.  Assisted Robin White (Iowa State University--Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Education graduate student) in the study design and data collection for a survey of high school students' experience in classes relevant to human development and family studies.

263.  Advised Kee-Jong Kim (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the multivariate analysis of data from a survey comparing fathers', mothers', and children's perceptions of Korean and American culture among Korean families living in central Iowa.

264.  Advised Brad Bushman (Iowa State University--Department of Psychology Assistant Professor) on the application of time series analysis to data collected for a study of the relationship between temperature and criminal behavior.

265.  Advised Amy Yates (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a program to train foster parents in Iowa.

266.  Advised Milagros Massini (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of Iowa State University students' attitudes toward gay men and lesbians as people and as parents.

267.  Advised Shari Mensing (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study measuring the effects of family intervention programs on children's school performance.

268.  Advised Cheryl Starkweather (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from the Iowa Early Childhood Teaching Assistant (Paraprofessional) Study.

269.  Advised Robin White and Mary Ann Good (both Iowa State University--Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies graduate students) on the analysis of data from surveys of Iowa high school students and teachers regarding secondary-level courses in family and consumer sciences.

270.  Advised Steve Garasky (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Assistant Professor) on the design of a sampling strategy for continuous long-term monitoring of work performance by employees of the State of Iowa Department of Human Services and the strategy for subsequent data analysis.

271.  Advised James Arnold Scott (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the derivation and use of statistics from previously-compiled aggregate summary data for use in independent t-test comparisons of results from surveys of education program effectiveness.

272.  Advised Shin-Far Lin (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the construction and analysis of data from a survey to develop an attitude rating scale to select employees who display the potential to become effective in-house trainers in small- and middle-sized manufacturing companies.

273.  Advised Melissa Landrau Vega (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of the adjustment by international students to a university in the United States.

274.  Advised the law firm of Marcus and Thompson, P.C. (Fairfield, Iowa), and provided expert witness testimony in the federal district court case (Southern District of Iowa), Natural Law Party v. IPTV, September-October, 1996.

275.  Advised Angela Smith (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on sampling, construction, and analysis of data for a survey of the relationship between personnel possessions brought from home and adjustment to university life at Iowa State University by dormitory housing residents.

276.  Advised Sook-Young Shim (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of the differential effects of indoor and outdoor play on interaction patterns among preschool children.

277.  Advised Beverly Uhlenhake (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student, and Residence Hall Counselor) on sampling, construction, and analysis of data from a survey of the correlates of student dormitory residents' satisfaction with the performance of their residence hall assistants.

278.  Advised Yung-Cheng Hsieh (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the design and analysis of data from an experiment to determine the significant factors affecting the darkening of lithographic reproductions.

279.  Advised Steve Schnell (Iowa State University--Department of Community and Regional Planning graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the effect of the presence of law enforcement personnel on the incidence of traffic violations by bicycle riders.

280.  Advised Kurt Earnest (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey of college students' perceptions of faculty roles in diversity and multiculturalism.

281.  Advised Craig Allen and Chung Mee Lee (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Associate Professor and graduate student, respectively) on the use of factorial surveys to study attitudes of Korean nurses toward child abuse.

282.  Advised Deborah Rhea (Iowa State University--Department of Health and Human Performance Assistant Professor) on the statistical analysis of data for a journal manuscript studying the effects of race and athlete/nonathlete status on the incidence of eating disorders among female high school students.

283.  Advised Jyh-Tsorng (Jocelyn) Jong (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the development of a structural equations model of children's learning of money concepts.

284.  Advised Chee-Kuan Tung (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of perceptions of the suitability of different types of vocational-technical education programs in community colleges in the United States.

285.  Advised Barbara Buckley (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) on the use of factor analysis and other statistical methods in developing models of high school dropout rates and social capital influence in Missouri school districts.

286.  Advised Sedahlia Crase, Dahlia Stockdale, and Renee Gillis-Arnold (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies associate professor, professor, and graduate student, respectively) on the use of multivariate analysis of variance in a study comparing adoptive and nonadoptive families.

287.  Advised Brenda Lynn DeVries Grunenwald (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the analysis of nonparticipant observational data from a study of the effects of classroom teacher, parenting practices, and preschoolers' responses to peers' distress in daycare.

288.  Advised Chia-Ling Tien (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of parents' utilization of neonatal hospital services following discharge.

289.  Advised Dahlia Stockdale, Sedahlia Crase, Kristi Lekies, and Renee Gillis-Arnold (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies University professor, associate professor, and graduate students, respectively) on the analysis of data from a study of attitudes, motivations, and experiences of foster parents in Iowa.

290.  Advised Min-Kyeong Kim (Iowa State University--Department of Curriculum and Instruction graduate student) on the analysis of data from an experiment to measure the effect of a treatment on pre-service mathematics teachers' attitudes about arithmetic and computers.

291.  Advised Tsunghui Tu (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of preschool science education.

292.  Advised Marisa Rivera (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of survey data to compare ethnic differences in attitudes toward family behavior.

293.  Advised Kyra Monson (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of ordinal logistic regression analysis in a study of gambling frequency, expenses, and scope in Iowa.

294.  Advised Angela Smith (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of logistic regression and structural equation models in the analysis of data from a study of patterns of family behavior.

295.  Advised Habeeb Jehan (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of logistic regression in a study of family behavior.

296.  Advised Janelle Rhorer (Iowa State University--Department of Statistics graduate student) on the use of logistic regression analysis on data from a longitudinal study of factors guiding educational and career choices among the mathematically precocious.

297.  Advised Elif Semen (Iowa State University--Department of Forestry graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the properties of three varieties of four-year-old hybrid poplar kraft pulp.

298.  Advised Cindy Ingram (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of male-female differences in estate planning.

299.  Advised Hoon Shim (Iowa State University--Department of Journalism and Mass Communication graduate student) on sampling and data analysis related to a study of perceptions among college students of Koreans portrayed on television in the United States.

300.  Advised Qing Qin (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of survey data on economic distress in Poland since the end of socialism.

301.  Advised Farhad Jadali (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the evaluation of differences in perceptions of ability to solve technological problems among students at Iowa State University, the University of Missouri, and Central Missouri State University, comparing technology and humanities majors.

302.  Advised Ruth Gleason (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a national survey of families for a study of the correlates of life circumstances for adoptive children.

303.  Advised Becky Sease (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey to measure the effects of mothers working split shifts, staying at home, and working full-time during the day on the mothers and their children in a sample from Iowa.

304.  Advised Rosalie Bakken (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the perceptions of sexual behavior and the sexual activities of students taking a course in human sexual development at Iowa State University.

305.  Advised Chiou-ping Liu (Iowa State University--Department of Statistics graduate student) on data collection and estimation for a model to predict prelim performance by doctoral students in the Iowa State University Department of Statistics.

306.  Advised Jing Xue (Iowa State University--Department of Statistics graduate student) on the development of EQS models to estimate beer production in the United States over a 34-year period.

307.  Advised Wenjun Guo (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of racial prejudice among university students regarding African Americans and Chinese Americans.

308.  Advised Shoji Omata (Iowa State University--Department of Economics graduate student) on the use of bootstrapping methods in model estimation.

309.  Advised Comfort Okwaji (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of teachers' and children's interactions with preschool special education students.

310.  Advised Robert Mazur (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology Professor) on the use of logistic regression and related methods in the analysis of data from surveys of migration patterns within South Africa.

311.  Advised Galen Trail (Iowa State University--Department of Health and Human Performance Assistant Professor) on the use of alternative types of structural equation models in a study of the attitudes and behavior of sports fans.

312.  Advised James M. McCormick (Iowa State University--Department of Political Science Professor) and Neil J. Mitchell (University of New Mexico--Department of Political Science Professor) in publication of research note article, "Human Rights Violations, Umbrella Concepts, and Empirical Analysis"(World Politics, 49 (July, 1997), 510-525).

 

January 1, 1998-December 31, 1998

313.  Advised Dan Robinson (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies Professor) on the reliability assessment of data collected from applications of Myers-Briggs personality inventories in Brazil and Trinidad.

314.  Advised Jennifer Robinson (M.D., Iowa Heart Center) on the analysis of data from a study of the predictors of lipoprotein density.

315.  Advised Bronwyn Fees (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the structure and analysis of data from a survey measuring attitudes of parents and teachers toward prekindergarten learning.

316.  Advised Chuanpu Guo (Iowa State University--Department of Textiles and Clothing graduate student) on the analysis of data from an experiment to measure the effects of glove type, detergent, time, and other factors on pesticide contamination of gloves.

317.  Advised Myron Samuels (Iowa State University--Department of Professional Studies in Education graduate student) on sampling strategies and statistical methods to study the impact of student classification, time enrolled at Iowa State University, on-campus compared to off-campus living, and other effects on use of Memorial Union facilities.

318.  Advised Cathy Hockaday (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the statistical analysis of data from a study of the causes of teenage pregnancy.

319.  Advised Bronwyn Fees (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the statistical analysis of data from an original survey of perceptions of preschool children's competencies by mothers, fathers, and teachers.

320.  Advised Hung Ching Chen (University of Minnesota graduate student, and Wellmark Corporation) on the analysis of data from a study of the impact of managed care.

321.  Advised Sue Ann Atkinson (Iowa State University--Department of Community and Regional Planning graduate student) on the use of time series transfer function analysis to study the effects of policy innovations on the agricultural economy in the United States.

322.  Advised Ann (Samuel) Perkins (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of student financial aid.

323.  Advised Mark Nelson (Program Coordinator, Center for Transportation Research and Education) on the design and analysis of data from a study of truck utilization of highways in the state of Oregon.

324.  Advised John Whitmer (elected member of the Story County, Iowa, Board of Supervisors) on statistical analysis relevant to electoral strategy for passing a municipal bond referendum issue requiring supermajority (60%) approval.

325.  Advised Jack Kelly and Rita Gergely (Iowa Department of Public Health) in interviews of prospective director of Center for Health Statistics.

326.  Advised Erda Wang (Iowa State University--Professor in the Center for Agricultural Research and Development, Department of Economics) on the use and interpretation of logistic regression in the analysis of data on hog farming in Iowa.

327.  Advised Aimee Knitter (Iowa State University--Department of Health and Human Performance graduate student) on the use of split plot methods in a repeated measures design with covariates, in a study of the effects of a dietary supplement on muscle recovery of human subjects following a 20K run.

328.  Advised Roy Kenagy (State Library of Iowa, Youth Services Consultant) on the development of a system to measure the quality of public library holdings.

329.  Advised Ting-May Liao (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the analysis of data from a survey.

330.  Advised Myron Samuels (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the analysis of a national dataset from ACT on postgraduation perceptions by college and university alumni.

331.  Advised Laura Doering (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student, and Associate Registrar) on the analysis of institutional data from a study of the effectiveness of learning communities.

332.  Advised Douglas Ward (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the design and analysis of data from a study of the impact of total quality management implementation on workplace satisfaction.

333.  Advised Sun-Kang Koh (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a household survey.

334.  Advised Hanming (Luke) Huang (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the analysis of data from an experiment to evaluate the effectiveness of cutting tools.

335.  Advised Tamara Hechtner and Susan Hegland (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student and associate professor, respectively) on the analysis of data from a study of child behavior.

336.  Advised Jianhong Yang (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the design of her thesis research.

337.  Advised Jane Rose Njue (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the design of her dissertation research, using survey research methods to investigate the correlates and consequences of small enterprises and microenterprises in Nairobi, Kenya.

338.  Assisted Li Li (Iowa State University--Department of Statistics and Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from national surveys of health and nutrition in the People's Republic of China.

 

January 1, 1999—December 31, 1999

339.  Advised Dale Rush (Iowa State University--graduate student in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) and Ardys Ulrichson (Iowa State University—Office of Admissions) on the analysis of survey data collected from parent and student participants in Iowa State University campus visits.

340.  Advised Kyeung-Eun Kim Park (Iowa State University--Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of food consumption patterns and attitudes toward food consumption in Korea.

341.  Advised Nancy Preston (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) on the analysis of data from a deception study of subject behavior.

342.  Advised Chu-Chu (Linda) Wu (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the analysis of data from an experiment to measure interactions between mothers and their children in learning writing.

343.  Advised Karin Schoen (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the analysis of data from a study of the divergence of career objectives among camp counselors.

344.  Advised Sunae Jo (Iowa State University--Greenlee School of Journalism graduate student) on the use of multivariate crosstabulation tables with survey data.

345.  Advised William Burns (Iowa State University--Department of Psychology graduate student) on the design of a survey instrument to measure the effects of stress on job performance.

346.  Advised Wellmark (Blue Cross/Blue Shield) of Iowa (Mary Ellis--Vice President for Medicare) on the design of a sampling scheme to help detect cases of fraud by Part A Medicare providers.

347.  Advised Mona Berkey (Mona Diaz) (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of intervention patterns by day care teachers.

348.  Advised Greg Thrane (Iowa State University--Department of History graduate student) on the analysis of data for a study of the frequency of calls received by Prairie Fire's telephone help line.

349.  Advised Kerry Parsons (Iowa State University--Department of Health and Human Performance graduate student) on the interpretation of repeated measures multivariate analysis of covariance in a study of the effects of time and four treatments (including a placebo) on the rate of absorption of a nutritional supplement.

350.  Advised Sue Crull and Chris Cook (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Assistant Professor and Associate Professor, respectively) and Li Li (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies and Department of Statistics graduate student) on the statistical analysis of data from studies of housing quality, including the manuscript "Housing and Economic Vitality in Rural Midwestern Counties" (Crull and Cook).

351.  Advised Nancy Qvale (Iowa State University--Honors Management undergraduate student) on developing a database to study the predictors of success for graduate students in Chemistry.

352.  Advised Galen Trail (Iowa State University--Department of Health and Human Performance assistant professor) on the use and interpretation of structural equation models to analyze data from a survey of collegiate sports fans attending men's and women's games.

353.  Advised Carol Cordell (Iowa State University--Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on questionnaire construction and analyzing data from a survey instrument to evaluate the use of alcohol on college campuses.

354.  Advised Mardelle Menke (Iowa Wellmark (Blue Cross/Blue Shield)) on statistical analysis of data related to focused medical review of prepayments for medical charges covered under the Health Care Finance Administration.

355.  Advised Somgiat Dekrajangpetch (Iowa State University--Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate student) on the use of Box-Jenkins ARIMA time series methods to estimate and forecast with models for daily data on electrical power consumption.

356.  Advised Harold Lee (Iowa State University--Department of Educational leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the use of SPSS and statistical methods for analyzing data on faculty salaries.

357.  Advised Rehan Mullick (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) on the analysis of crossnational data on the impact of macroeconomic indicators on human development.

358.  Advised Cathy Hockaday (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the application of logistic regression in the analysis of data from a study to predict the prevalence of teenage pregnancy.

359.  Advised Mandara Savage (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the use of multiple regression methods to analyze data from an experiment to estimate the effectiveness of a machine tool process.

360.  Advised Shawn Strong (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the use of repeated measures analysis of variance to evaluate the outcomes of a 20-item test.

361.  Advised Amy Hadley (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of analysis of variance in analyzing data from a study of the impact of teacher-child interactions on preschool children's acquisition of verbal skills.

362.  Advised John Hart (Iowa State University--Department of Civil and Construction Engineering graduate student) on the use of linear models to study the effects of alternative road construction methods on the durability of road surfaces (field strain).

363.  Advised Pui-Khin Yong (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the design and analysis of data from a survey and observational videotapes to measure the effect of interaction patterns between preschool teachers and children on the acquisition of verbal skills.

364.  Advised Junehee Kwon (Iowa State University--Department of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management graduate student) on the analysis of data from a survey evaluating clinical dieticians' views of changes in clinical dieticians' jobs as a consequence of cost reductions in health care systems.

365.  Advised Kyong Hee Chee (Iowa State University--Department of Sociology graduate student) on the use of community survey data to test how local acquaintanceship patterns are associated with the extent to which elders in rural communities are involved with community development activities.

366.  Advised Joyce Pittman (Iowa State University--Department of Curriculum and Instruction graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the implementation of technologically enhanced K-12 education in Maryland.

367.  Advised Robyn Ellert and Danyell Punelli (City Finance, City of Des Moines) on sampling, survey construction, survey administration, and data analysis for a citizen satisfaction study.

368.  Advised Richard Segedi (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the design and analysis of data from a study of the consequences of military education programs.

369.  Advised Dennis Rogers (University of Minnesota graduate student in the College of Education) on the analysis of data from a study of career goal congruence among Minnesota high school students following college matriculation.

370.  Advised Liesl Hohenshell (Iowa State University—Department of Animal Science graduate student), Brian Hand (Iowa State University—Department of Curriculum and Instruction Associate Professor), and Gary Phye (Iowa State University--Department of Curriculum and Instruction Professor) on the analysis of data from the study "Exploring Year 10 biotechnology students' responses to conceptual questions when engaged with cumulative, planned writing experiences.

371.  Advised Carla Peterson (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies Associate Professor), Dianne Draper (Iowa State University—Department of Human Development and Family Studies Professor), and Marcia Macedo (Iowa State University—Department of Statistics graduate student) on the analysis of data from the Project HOME study of the impact of family developmentalist and child developmentalist interventions on children's performance on intelligence tests.

372.  Advised Donald Hackmann (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Assistant Professor) on the analysis of data from a study of teachers' classroom strategies.

373.  Advised Karen Donaldson (Iowa State University--Department of Curriculum and Instruction Assistant Professor) on construction and analysis of data from a survey of deracialization in South Africa schools.

374.  Advised Dennis Field (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology Assistant Professor) on the design and analysis of data from a longitudinal study of learning community impact.

375.  Advised Milagros Masini (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the design and analysis of data from surveys of supervisors and case workers in home visitation programs.

376.  Advised Melody Schobert (Iowa State University--College of Education Academic Advisor) on the analysis of data from a study of the effectiveness of an advising intervention for a paper to be presented at the 1999 NASPA meetings.

377.  Advised Galen Trail (Iowa State University--Department of Health and Human Performance Assistant Professor) on the comparison of parameter estimates from independent structural equation models of men's and women's fan behavior.

378.  Advised Dean Anderson (Iowa State University--Department of Health and Human Performance Professor) on the use of canonical correlations analysis in SPSS.

379.  Advised Jane Rose Njue (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the design and analysis of data from a planned study of the effects of welfare programs on family functioning among African immigrants in Oregon.

380.  Advised John Schuh (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Professor and Chair) on the analysis of data from a study of differences in readability, grade level of reading content, word usage, and syllabification among education journals.

381.  Advised Mikel Stanek (Iowa State University--Department of Agricultural Education and Studies) on the design and analysis of data from a prospective study of differences in teaching styles among faculty, teaching assistants, and other instructional staff at colleges of agriculture.

382.  Advised Alfred Ho (Iowa State University--Department of Political Science Assistant Professor) on the analysis of budgetary data from the City of Ames, Iowa.

383.  Advised Don Whalen (Iowa State University--Department of Residence research analyst) on the statistical analysis of attitudinal data from a panel study of learning communities at Iowa State University.

384.  Advised Sharon Holmes (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the interpretation of data from a study of the effects of race and gender on college teaching positions.

385.  Advised Christine Graham (Iowa State University--College of Veterinary Medicine graduate student) and Tammy Benson (Iowa State University—Department of Statistics graduate student) on the analysis and interpretation of data from the Iowa State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital Grief and Loss Questionnaire.

386.  Advised Michelle McFadden (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study comparing levels and types of stress between parents and nonparents among students at Iowa State University.

387.  Advised Mark Chidister (Iowa State University--0College of Design Associate Dean) and Nora Ladjahasan (Iowa State University—Institute for Design Research and Outreach Research Associate) on the analysis of data from a study of the effectiveness of a college-wide learning community.

388.  Advised Anne Foegen (Iowa State University--Department of Curriculum and Instruction assistant professor) on the analysis of data from a study of special education.

389.  Advised Lenola Allen-Sommerville and Theresa McCormick (Iowa State University--Department of Curriculum and Instruction assistant professor and professor) on questionnaire design, data preparation, and data analysis for the Multicultural Education Follow-up Survey of Teacher Education of Iowa State University.

390.  Advised Carline Phillips (Iowa State University--Department of Curriculum and Instruction graduate student) on the collection and analysis of matched-sample data from a study of the teacher education program at Iowa State University.

391.  Advised Ely Cooper (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the relationship between corporate management style and financial performance.

 

January 1, 2000—December 31, 2000

392.  Advised Gregory Thomas (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the implementation and analysis of data from a survey comparing perceptions of job performance by school district superintendents and members of school boards in Iowa.

393.  Advised Sue Collins (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of hierarchical regression and structural equation models in a study of interstate migration.

394.  Advised Rosalie Bakken (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the estimation and interpretation of results from a structural equation (AMOS) analysis of data from a national survey on the number of sexual partners and the frequency of sexual intercourse reported by males in the United States.

395.  Advised Susan Vega-Garcia (Iowa State University--Assistant Professor, Library/Reference Librarian and Bibliographer) on the analysis of data from a study of the correlates of library ownership and access to reference and leisure Latino and African-American journals.

396.  Advised Eric Padget (Iowa State University--Department of Community and Regional Planning graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of traffic flow under inclement winter conditions, comparing sport utility vehicles, vans, passenger cars, and light trucks.

397.  Advised Hyun-joo Jeon (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the analysis of data from a study of child development.

398.  Advised Frederick Bounds (Iowa State University--Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of hospital safety practices.

399.  Advised Jerlando Jackson (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the work habits of college of education deans.

400.  Advised John VanAst and Betty Steffy (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Professors) on the analysis of data from a survey of mentoring.

401.  Advised Jo Ann Klinker (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) on the design of a survey and analysis of data from a study of ethical standards among elementary and secondary school building supervisors in Iowa.

402.  Advised Karin Schoen (Iowa State University--Human Resource Services) on a survey to evaluate the usefulness of the 12+ leadership training program for professional and scientific staff at Iowa State University.

403.  Advised James Pedersen (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the analysis of Iowa Test of Educational Development data to compare learning outcomes for Iowa high schools/middle schools with different scheduling systems.

404.  Advised Robert Reason (Iowa State University--Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the use of statistical methods to compare faculty response rates at Iowa State University to paper-and-pencil and Web-based versions of a survey on communication across the curriculum.

405.  Advised Don Whalen (Iowa State University--Department of Residence) and Lily Zhang (Iowa State University--Statistics graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study on alcohol use at Iowa State University.

406.  Advised Jude Igbokwe (Iowa Department of Public Health) on sample selection for underage tobacco checks.

407.  Advised Francine Ybarra-Rojas (Iowa State University--Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of structural equations models in a study of the effects of femininity and masculinity on verbal aggression among university student athletes.

408.  Advised Gary Phye (Iowa State University--Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction) and Caryl Bender (Iowa State University--graduate student, Department of Curriculum and Instruction) on the use of structural equations models to evaluate the effectiveness of alternative mathematics instruction methods.

409.  Advised Dustin Tower (Iowa State University--graduate student, Department of English) on the analysis of data from a study of computerized English instruction for non-native speakers.

410.  Advised Linda Quinn-Allen (Iowa State University--Assistant Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures) on the analysis of data from a survey of foreign language instructors.

411.  Advised James Rudd (Iowa State University--graduate student, Department of Chemistry) on the use and interpretation of chi-square statistics in the analysis of data from a study of science education.

412.  Advised Dianne Bystrom (Iowa State University--Director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics) on the analysis of data comparing media coverage in the 2000 Republican presidential nomination campaign of Elizabeth Dole, George W. Bush, and Steve Forbes.

413.  Advised Tom Polito (Iowa State University--Assistant Professor, Department of Agronomy), and Rebecca Burnett and Julie Zeleznik (Iowa State University--Department of English Professor and graduate student, respectively) on the analysis of data comparing the grading of term papers written by students in a learning community by faculty in the College of Agriculture and the Department of English.

414.  Advised Sue Dungan and Martin Ikeda (Heartland Area Education Agency 11) on the use of discriminant analysis, logistic regression, and other statistical methods in the analysis of data from an evaluation of students’ reading performance scores.

415.  Advised Sarah Lubienski (Iowa State University--Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction) on the analysis of data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress.

416.  Advised Bing Wall (Iowa State University--Temporary Instructor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the construction of a survey on marital quality and sampling procedures for data collection.

417.  Advised Craig Allen (Iowa State University--Associate Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies) on the use of logistic regression and fractional factorial linear models for the analysis of data from a study of perceptions of sexual harassment.

418.  Advised Jennifer Brookins (Iowa State University--graduate student, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) on the use of factor analysis and related methods in the analysis of data from a study of service learning.

419.  Advised Dania Clark-Lempers (Heartland Area Education Agency 11) on the use of evaluation methods in a study of the effectiveness of AEA 11 programs.

420.  Advised Sandra Ramey (Iowa State University—graduate student, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) on the analysis of data from the Behavioral Risk Factors Surveillance System and health data from state police troopers.

421.  Advised Mark Barloon (University of North Texas graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of U.S. Civil War combat regiments.

 

January 1, 2001—December 31, 2001

422.  Advised Walt Gmelch (Iowa State University—Dean, College of Education) on the analysis of data from studies of leadership by academic deans and department chairs.

423.  Advised John VanAst (Iowa State University—Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Professor) on the analysis of data from a study of the effect of students’ preparation and study habits on examination performance.

424.  Advised Don Hackmann and Mandy Ross (Iowa State University—Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies assistant professor and graduate student, respectively) on the construction and analysis of data from a survey of Iowa middle school administrators.

425.  Advised Gary Phye (Iowa State University—Department of Curriculum and Instruction professor) on the nonparametric analysis of repeated measures data from a study of student learning.

426.  Advised Pol Herrmann (Iowa State University—Department of Management assistant professor) on the analysis of data from a study of Chief Executive Officer successor characteristics and the choice of foreign market entry mode.

427.  Assisted Janice Peterson (Iowa State University—Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of grandparents providing sole care for their grandchildren.

428.  Advised Jeff Berger (Iowa Department of Education Consultant, Bureau of Administration & School Improvement Services) on the analysis of data for a study of the cost-efficiency of Area Education Agencies in Iowa.

429.  Assisted Marcia Rosenbusch and Eduardo Garcia-Villada (Iowa State University—Department of Curriculum and Instruction Associate Professor and graduate student, respectively, and Janet Padgitt, Program Coordinator in the Research Institute for Studies in Education) on the design and analysis of data from the IN-Vision study of teaching Spanish language skills toK-6 teachers and their students in Iowa and Nebraska.

430.  Advised Joanna Cemore (Iowa State University—Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the design and analysis of data from a study of play patterns among children in preschool day care.

431.  Advised Pete Englin (Iowa State University—interim Dean of Students) on the statistical analysis of data on attitudinal and behavioral differences between university hall directors and hall supervisors.

432.  Advised Nancy Miller (Iowa State University—Department of Textiles and Clothing Associate Professor) on the analysis of data on clothing preferences using multidimensional scaling.

433.  Advised Hee-Kang Moon (Iowa State University—Department of Textiles and Clothing graduate student) on the use of discriminant analysis and related methods to examine Internet apparel shopping motivation factors.

434.  Advised Brenda Crawford (Iowa State University—Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the use of factor analysis and other methods in a study of perceptions of homosexuality among clinical psychologists.

435.  Advised Kari Hensen (Iowa State University—Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student on the analysis of data from a study of supplemental instruction at Iowa State University.

436.  Advised Mariann Culver (Iowa State University—Department of Curriculum and Instruction graduate student) on conducting a statistical meta-analysis of data on the Smoother Sailing student development strategy in Iowa public schools.

437.  Advised Shelby Kaura (Iowa State University—Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the relationship of gendered patterns of violence among Iowa State University students with patterns of violent behavior among their parents.

438.  Advised Michael Clough (Iowa State University—Department of Curriculum and Instruction assistant professor) on the analysis of data on science education.

439.  Advised Iowa Department of Education (Linda Miller) on developing a methodology and constructing an index to determine the 10% of Iowa school districts with the greatest likelihood of having students at risk.

440.  Advised Connie Clark (Iowa State University—Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study comparing “generic” nursing students with those in a “two plus two” program with prior community college course work.

441.  Advised Tsunghui Tu (Iowa State University—Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate student) on the analysis of data from an observational videotaped study of teacher-student interaction in preschool science education.

442.  Advised Kevin Saunders (Iowa State University—Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the use and analysis of data from the National Survey of Student Engagement.

443.  Advised Karen Zunkel (Iowa State University—Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on setting up a study of undergraduate retention and performance for students in the College of Engineering.

444.  Advised Joseph Nitzke (Iowa State University—Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on cohort-based event history analysis of data on community college student retention and graduation.

445.  Advised Deborah Hunter (Iowa State University—Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student) on the structure of a study to analyze the effects of enrollment size and gender on moral reasoning among high school principals.

446.  Advised Eduardo Garcia-Villada (Iowa State University—Department of Curriculum and Instruction graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the effects of exposure to instructional technology on learning Spanish language among elementary school students.

447.  Advised Ana Arboleda (Iowa State University--Industrial Relations graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of agreement among drivers, dispatchers, safety directors and corporate executive officers regarding truck highway safety.

448.  Advised Summer Brunscheen (Iowa State University—Department of Psychology graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of consent issues with adolescent clients in counseling situations.

449.  Advised Elizabeth Wardle (Iowa State University—Department of English graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the comparative effectiveness of four different modes of delivery of a first-semester undergraduate English composition class.

450.  Advised Yalem Teshome (Iowa State University—Department of Curriculum and Instruction graduate student) on the construction of a survey and analysis of data for a study of gender differences in attitudes toward informal, hands-on science and mathematics among elementary school children.

451.  Advised Nicole Gale (Iowa State University—Department of Agricultural Education and Studies) on the analysis of data from a survey of participants in an agricultural education program to recruit students from underrepresented groups.

452.  Advised Sarah Jane Gross (Iowa State University—Department of Horticulture graduate student) on the analysis of data from a study of the effect of different techniques on students’ evaluations of a field trip to Reiman Gardens.

453.  Advised Shu-Huei Lin (Iowa State University—Department of Industrial Education and Technology graduate student) on the use of structural equ