Faculty Author Event Celebrates Profs in Print

Reception Recognizes 34 Published in the Past Year — Some More than Once

Nov. 3, 2009

Among the 34 faculty members recently honored at the 4th Annual University of Texas at Dallas Faculty Author Reception were two who had written or edited three or more books.

Jennifer Holmes

Jennifer Holmes wrote one book, was the co-author of another and edited a third.

Jennifer S. Holmes, an associate professor in the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences, wrote one book, was the co-author of another, and served as the co-editor of a third volume. From the School of Management, Mike Peng, a professor of strategic management and the Provost’s Distinguished Research Professor, produced five new editions in the area of global business, strategy and strategic management.

The reception, organized by Executive Vice President and Provost Hobson Wildenthal and Dean of Libraries Larry D. Sall, was held in the McDermott Suite on the fourth level of McDermott Library where the traditional gallery of framed posters showcased faculty members with their published works.

“Our author reception is becoming a tradition on our campus,” said Dean Sall. “The library staff is proud of this contribution to the life of our University and proud of our colleagues who have produced so many significant books in the past year.”

As a part of the occasion McDermott Library recognized faculty members who were promoted from assistant professor without tenure to associate professor with tenure. Those professors are invited to select a book that has been meaningful to them, either professionally or personally, to be added to the library collection. The selections are identified with a bookplate noting the faculty member’s achievement.

The authors and editors and the titles of their works are as follows:


CARLOS L.V. AIKEN
Professor, Geosciences.  B.S., Univ. of Washington, 1965; M.S., Univ. of Washington, 1970; Ph.D., Univ. of Arizona, 1976.

International Perspectives on Crime and Justice, Chapter 18, “Utilization of Novel Information and Virtual Technologies for Homeland Security” with Nicolas A. Valcik, Mohammed S. Alfarhan, and Xueming Xu.


 
TITU ANDREESCU

Associate Professor, Mathematics Education. B.A., Univ. of West Timisoara, Romania, 1980, M.S., Univ. of West Timisoara, Romania, 1980; Ph.D., Univ. of West Timisoara, Romania, 2003.

Number Theory: Structures, Examples, and Problems


ALAIN BENSOUSSAN

Distinguished Research Professor, Operations Management; Director, International Center for Decision and Risk Analysis. Ph.D., Univ. of Paris, 1969.

Handbook of Numerical Analysis, Vol 15: Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Methods in Finance with Philippe Ciarlet and Qiang Zhang.


ANTHONY CHAMPAGNE

Professor, Political Science.  B.A., Millsaps Coll., 1969; M.A., Univ. of Illinois, 1971; Ph.D., Univ. of Illinois, 1973.

We the People. Texas Edition (7th Edition) with Edward J. Harpham.

The Austin-Boston Connection: Five Decades of House Democratic Leadership, 1937-1989 with Douglas B. Harris, James W. Riddlesperger Jr., and Garrison Nelson.


HAROLD D. CLARKE

Professor, Political Science; Ashbel Smith Professor, School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences.  B.A., Univ. of Western Ontario, 1966; M.A., Univ. of Western Ontario, 1967; Ph.D., Duke Univ., 1971.

Making Political Choices: Canada and The United States with Allan Komberg and Thomas J. Scotto.

Performance Politics and the British Voter with Marianne C. Stewart, Paul F. Whiteley.


KRUTI DHOLAKIA-LEHENBAUER

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, Clinical Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Political Economy.  B.A., L.D. Arts Coll., Gujarat Univ., India, 1999; B.A., UT Dallas, 2002; M.S., UT Dallas, 2004; Ph.D., UT, Dallas, 2006.

Determinants of Birth Outcomes in Texas: How Babies Bear the Cost of Maternal Behavior and Circumstances During and Beyond Gestation


JING DONG
Assistant Professor, Computer Science.  B.S., Peking Univ., Beijing, China, 1992; M.Math., Univ. of Waterloo, Canada, 1997; Ph.D., Univ. of Waterloo, Canada, 2002.

High Assurance Services Computing


JEREMY L. HALL

Assistant Professor, Graduate Programs of Public Affairs; Assistant Program Head,
Performance Management, Public Affairs.  B.A., Centre College, 1998; M.P.A., Univ. of Kentucky, 2004; Ph.D., Univ. of Kentucky, 2005.

Grant Management: Funding for Public and Nonprofit Programs


JOHN H. HANSEN

Professor, Electrical Engineering; Head Electrical Engineering Department, Jonsson School Endowed Chair in Telecommunications Engineering.  B.S., Rutgers Univ., 1982; M.S., Georgia Inst. of Technology; 1983; Ph.D., Georgia Inst. of Technology, 1988.

In-Vehicle Corpus and Signal Processing for Driver Behavior with Kazuya Takeda, Hakan Erdogan and Huseyin Abut.


EDWARD J. HARPHAM

Professor, Government and Political Economy; Associate Dean and Director of Collegium V, Undergraduate Education.  B.A., Pennsylvania State Univ., 1973; M.A., Cornell Univ., 1976; Ph.D., Cornell Univ., 1980.

We the People. Texas Edition (7th Edition) with Anthony Champagne.


KAREN HAYSLETT-McCALL

Assistant Professor, Criminology, Sociology, Political Economy, and Geography/G.I.S.  B.S., Kansas State Univ., 1991; M.S., Emporia State Univ., 1997; M.A., Pennsylvania State Univ., 1999; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State Univ., 2002.

Do We Reap What We Zone?: A Routine Activity Study of Neighborhoods, Land-Use, and Robbery Rates


JENNIFER S. HOLMES  

Associate Professor, Government and Politics and Political Economy; Associate Program Head for International Political Economy.  B.A., Univ. of Chicago, 1993; Ph.D., Univ. of Minnesota, 1998.

  • Guns, Drugs, and Development in Colombia with Sheila Amin Gutiérrez de Piñeres, Kevin M. Curtin.
  • Latin American Democracy edited with Richard L. Millett, Orlando Perez.
  • Terrorism and Democratic Stability Revisited

JAMES F. JERGER

Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Communication Sciences and Disorders. B.S., Northwestern Univ., 1951; M.A.,Northwestern., 1952; Ph.D., Northwestern Univ., 1954.

Audiology in the USA


LATIFUR R. KHAN

Associate Professor, Computer Science; Director, UTD Data Mining Laboratory.  B.Sc., Bangladesh Univ. of Engineering and Technology, 1993; M.S., Univ. of Southern California, 1996; Ph.D., Univ. of Southern California, 2000.

Design and Implementation of Data Mining Tools  with Bhavani Thuraisingham, Mamoun Awad, Lei Wang.


 
MURRAY J. LEAF
Professor, Political Economy. B.A., Reed College, 1961; M.A., Univ. of Chicago, 1963; Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, 1966.

Human Organizations and Social Theory: Pragmatism, Pluralism and Adaptation


JAMES W. MARQUART

Professor, Criminology; Program Director, Criminology and Sociology.  B.S., Western Illinois Univ., 1976; M.A., Kansas State Univ., 1978; Ph.D., Texas A&M Univ., 1983.

First Available Cell: Desegregation of the Texas Prison System


AAGE MØLLER

Professor, Cognition and Neuroscience. Margaret Fonde Jonsson Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Ph.D., D. Med. Sci., Karolinska Inst., 1975.

The Malleable Brain: Benefits and Harm from Plasticity of the Brain


MIKE W. PENG
Professor, Strategic Management; Provost’s Distinguished Research Professor, School of Management. B.S., Minnesota State Univ., 1991; Ph.D., Univ. of Washington, 1996.

  • Global Business (regular edition and International Student Edition)
  • Global Strategy, 2nd Edition
  • Global Strategic Management (International Student Edition)
  • International Business (India Edition)

 LAWRENCE J. REDLINGER

Professor, Sociology and Political Economy; Executive Director of Strategic Planning and Analysis.  B.A., Texas Christian Univ., 1966; M.A., Texas Christian Univ., 1967; Ph.D., Northwestern Univ., 1969.

New Directions for Institutional Research, Chapter 7, “Using Return on Investment Models of Programs and Faculty for Strategic Planning” with Nicolas A. Valcik.


ALEXEY W. ROOT

Senior Lecturer, Chess in Education Certificate courses, Interdisciplinary Studies; B.A., Univ. Puget Sound, 1983; Ph.D., UCLA, 1999.

Read, Write, Checkmate: Enrich Literacy with Chess Activities


SHEILA AMIN GUTIÉRREZ DE PIÑERES 
Associate Provost & Professor of Economics and International Political Economy. B.A., Texas A&M Univ., 1988; M.A., Univ. of Chicago, 1989; Ph.D., Duke Univ., 1992.

Guns, Drugs, and Development in Colombia  with Jennifer S. Holmes, Kevin M. Curtin.


MARK SALAMASICK

Senior Lecturer, Accounting. B.S., Central Michigan Univ., 1975; MBA, Central Michigan Univ., 1976.

Internal Auditing: Assurance & Consulting Services, 2nd Ed. with Kurt F. Reding, Paul J. Sobel, Urton L. Anderson, Michael J. Head, Sridhar Ramamoorti, and Cris Riddle.


MARIANNE C. STEWART

Professor, Political Science.  B.A., Univ. of Windsor, 1976;  M.A., Univ. of Windsor, 1980; Ph.D., Duke Univ., 1986.

Performance Politics and the British Voter with Harold D. Clarke, Paul F. Whiteley.


BHAVANI THURAISINGHAM

Professor, Computer Science; Director, Cyber Security Research Center. B.S., Univ. of Ceylon, 1975; M.S., Univ. of Bristol, U.K., 1977; M.S., Univ. of Minnesota, 1984; Ph.D., Univ. of Wales, Swansea, U.K., 1979.

Design and Implementation of Data Mining Tools  with Latifur R.. Khan, Mamoun Awad, Lei Wang.


NICOLAS A. VALCIK

Associate Director, Strategic Planning and Analysis/Clinical Assistant Professor, Program of Affairs. B.A., UT Dallas, 1994; M.P.A., UT Dallas, 1996; Ph.D., UT Dallas, 2005.

  • International Perspectives on Crime and Justice, Chapter 18, “Utilization of Novel Information and Virtual Technologies for Homeland Security” with Mohammed S. Alfarhan, Carlos L.V. Aiken, and Xueming Xu.
  • New Directions for Institutional Research, No. 140, Editor. Also Chapter 2, “Using Personnel Data for Reporting Purposes: What are the Challenges to Using Such Data Accurately?” with Andrea D. Stigdon, and Chapter 7, “Using Return on Investment Models of Programs and Faculty for Strategic Planning” with Lawrence J. Redlinger.

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faculty authors

Honorees included (from left) Nicolas A. Valcik, Carlos L.V. Aiken and Mohammed S. Alfarhan.

 

Books selected by newly tenured professors

Above: Newly tenured faculty members were asked to choose new books for the library's permanent collection.
Below: Neeraj Mittal, associate professor of computer science, chose The Panćhatantra by Visnu Śarma.

 

Books Selected
by Recently Tenured
Faculty Members

Newly tenured faculty members who chose books included:

 

J. MICHAEL FARMER

Associate Professor, Chinese History. B.A., Univ. of Texas, Austin, 1992; M.A., Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 1994; M.A., Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 1996; Ph.D., Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 2001.

Selection: The Golden Peaches of Samarkand by  Edward H. Schafer.


LINDA C. KEITH

Associate Professor, Political Science. B.A., UT Dallas, 1992; M.A., UT Dallas, 1994; Ph.D., Univ. of North Texas, 1999.

Selection: Shake Hands with The Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda by Lt. Gen. Roméo Dallaire.


 

SEUNG-HYUN LEE

Associate Professor, International Business and Strategic Management. B.A., Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies, 1992; MBA, Ohio State Univ., 1998; Ph.D., Ohio St. Univ. 2002.

Selection:  Institutions, Institutional Change and Economic Performance  by Douglass North.


 

NEERAJ MITTAL

Associate Professor, Computer Science.  B.Tech., Indian Inst. of Technology, Delhi, India, 1995; M.S., Univ. of Texas, Austin, 1997; Ph.D., Univ. of Texas, Austin, 2002.

Selection: The Panćhatantra by Visnu Śarma


 

ISSA M.S. PANAHI

Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering.  B.S., Tehran Polytechnic Univ., 1973; M.S., Florida Inst. of Technology, 1978; Ph.D., Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, 1988.

Selection: Handbook of Signal Processing in Acoustics, Volumes 1 and 2.


 

VENUS O. REESE

Associate Professor, Theatre. B.F.A., Adelphia Univ., 1994; M.F.A., Ohio State Univ., 1997; M.A., Stanford Univ., 2001; Ph.D., Stanford Univ., 2002.

Selection: How To Do Things with Words  by J.L. Austin.

 


 

SHERYL L. SKAGGS

Associate Professor, Sociology and Public Policy. B.A., Univ. Center at Tulsa, 1988; M.A., Univ. of Texas, Arlington, 1997; Ph.D., North Carolina State Univ., 2001.

Selection: Handbook of Employment Discrimination Research: Rights and Realities by Laura Beth Nielsen and Robert L. Nelson.


 

ERIC M. VOGEL

Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering. B.S., Pennsylvania State Univ., 1994; M.S., North Carolina State Univ., 1996; Ph.D., North Carolina State Univ., 1998.

Selection: Lectures on the Electrical Properties of Materials  by Laszlo Solymar and Donald Walsh.


ZHIQIANG (ERIC) ZHENG

Associate Professor, Operations Management. B.S., Harbin Inst. of Technology, 1993; M.S., Shanghai Jiaotong Univ., 1996; M.A., Univ. of Pennsylvania, 2001; Ph.D., Univ. of Pennsylvania, 2003.

Selection: The Cambridge History of China, Vol. 5, Part One, The Sung Dynasty and its Precursors, 907-1279.

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