Chemical engineering education

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Chemical engineering education
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CEE
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Chem. eng. educ.
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v. : ill. ; 22-28 cm.
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English
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American Society for Engineering Education -- Chemical Engineering Division
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Chemical Engineering Division, American Society for Engineering Education
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Chemical engineering -- Study and teaching -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )

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1960-June 1964 ; v. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 1965)-
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Publication suspended briefly: issue designated v. 1, no. 4 (June 1966) published Nov. 1967.
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Title from cover.
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Place of publication varies: Rochester, N.Y., 1965-1967; Gainesville, Fla., 1968-

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Volumes 36 through 40
(Note: Author Index begins on page 338)


TITLE INDEX
Note: Titles in italics are books reviews.


A
Active Learning and Critical Thinking, Using Small
Blocks of Times for ................................................. 38(2),150
Active Learning That Addresses Four Types of Student
Motivation, Survivor Classroom: A Method of.......... 39(3),228
Adsorption Laboratory Experiment, A Fluidized Bed....... 38(1),14
Agitation and Aeration: an Automated
Didactic Experiment................................................. 38(2),100
Agitation Experiment with Multiple Aspects, An............ 40(3),159
Analogies: Those Little Tricks That Help Students to
Understand Basic Concepts in Chemical Engineering 39(4)302
Applied Probability and Statistics, An Undergraduate
Course in.................................................................. 36(2),170
ASEE Annual Meeting Program, 2002.......................... 36(2),128
ASEE Annual Meeting Program, 2003.......................... 37(2),120
Aspects of Engineering Practice Examining Value and
Behaviors in Organizations....................................... 36(4),316
Aspen Plus in the ChE Curriculum: Suitable Course
Content and Teaching Methodology ........................... 39(1),68
Assessing the Incorporation of Green Engineering into
a Design-Oriented Heat Transfer Course.................. 39(4),320
Assessing Learning Outcomes, Rubric Development and
Inter-Rater Reliability Issues in................................ 36(3),212
Assessment of a Simple Viscosity Experiment for High
School Science Classes, Demonstration and............ 40(3),211
Assessment of Teaching and Learning, Using Test
Results for................................................................ 36(3),188
Assessment of Undergraduate Research Evaluating
Multidisciplinary Team Projects, Rubric
Development for........................................................ 38(1),68
Automated Distillation Column for the Unit Operations
Laboratory, An ......................................................... 39(2),104
Automotive Applications, Design of a Fuel Processor
System for Generating Hydrogen for....................... 40(3),239

Award Lectures
Equations (of Change), Don't Change, The: But
the Profession of Engineering Does ..................... 37(4),242
Membrane Science and Technology in the 21st
Century .................................. ...................... 38(2),94
Future Directions in ChE Education: A New
Path to G lory ......................................................... 37(4),284
Azeotropic System in a Laboratorial Distillation Column,
Validating The Equilibrium Stage Model for an......... 40(3),195


B
Batch Fermentation Experiment for L-Lysine
Production in the Senior Laboratory, A.................... 37(4),262
(BLEVE), Boiling-Liquid Expanding-Vapor Explosion:


An Introduction to Consequence and Vulnerability
Analysis .................................................................. 36(3),206
Beer, Teaching Product Design Through the
Investigation of Commercial .................................... 36(2),108
Binary Molecular Diffusion Experiments,
Inexpensive and Simple............................................ 36(1),68
Biochemical and Biological Engineering Courses, The
Research Proposal in ......................................... 40(4),323
Biochemical Engineering Taught in the Context of
Drug Discovery to Manufacturing............................ 39(3).208
Biodiesel Production Using Acid-Catalyzed
Transesterification of Yellow Grease, Plant
Design Project: ......................................................... 40(3),215
Biointerfacial Engineering, Multidisciplinary Graduate
Curriculum on Integrative ........................................ 40(4),251
Biological Systems in the Process Dynamics and
Control Curriculum, Integrating ............................ 40(3),181
Biology and ChE at the Lower Levels, Integrating .........38(2),108
Biomass as a Sustainable Energy Source: An Illustration
of ChE Thermodynamic Concepts........................... 40(4),259
Biomedical and Biochemical Engineering for K-12
Students ....................... ........................................... 40(4),283
Biomolecular Modeling in a Process Dynamics and
Control Course......................................................... 40(4),297
Bioprocess Engineering, A Course In: Engaging the
Imagination of Students Using Experiences Outside
the Classroom .......................................................... 37(3),180
Bioreactor, Mass Transfer and Cell Growth Kinetics
in a ........................................... .............................. 36(3),216
Block-Scheduled Curriculum, Pillars of Chemical
Engineering, A ......................................................... 38(4),292
Brine-Water Mixing Tank Experiment, Teaching
Semiphysical Modeling to ChE Students Using a......39(4),308
Building Molecular Biology Laboratory Skills in
ChE Students ........................................................... 39(2),134
Building Multivariable Process Control Intuition
Using Control Station" ........................................ 37(2),100



Carbon Cycle, Earth's: Chemical Engineering Course
M aterial............................................. ........................ 36(4),296
Career, Factors Influencing the Selection of Chemical
Engineering as a........................................................ 37(4),268
Cars Accelerate Learning, Fast: High-Performance
Engines ................................................................... 37(3),208
Catalytic Reactor, Experiments with a Fixed-Bed............. 36(1),34
Cell Growth Kinetics in a Bioreactor, Mass Transfer
and ....................................... 36(3),216
Chemical Engineering Education











Cellular Biology into a ChE Degree Program.
Incorporating Molecular and....................................39(2),124
CFD Tools, Teaching Nonideal Reactors with................. 38(2),154
ChE Principles, A Respiration Experiment to Introduce .38(3),182
Chem-E-Car Competition, Engineering Analysis in the....40(1),66
Chem-E-Car Down Under ............................................. 36(4),288
Chemical Product Engineering. A Graduate-Level-
Equivalent Curriculum in ......................................... 39(4).264
Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab Experiment.
An Integrated ........................................................... 38(3),228
Chemical Thermodynamic Concepts to Real-World
Problems, Relating Abstract..................................... 38(4),268
Chemistry into the ChE Curriculum, Incorporating
Com putational ......................................................... 40(4),268
Classroom Demonstration of Natural Convection,
A Sim ple ...................................................... ......... 39(2),138
Choosing and Evaluating Equations of State for
Thermophysical Properties....................................... 37(3),236
Coffee on Demand: A Two-Hour Design Problem............ 36(1 ),54
Coherence in Technical Writing, Improving.................. 38(2),116
Collaborative Learning and Cyber-Cooperation in
M ultidisciplinary Projects......................................... 37(2),114
Combining Modern Learning Pedagogies in Fluid
Mechanics and Heat Transfer ................................... 39(4),280
Combustion Principles for Engineering Freshman,
The Potato Cannon: Determination of...................... 39(2).156
Commercial Simulator to Teach Sorption Separations.
U sing A .................................................................... 40(3),165
Common Plumbing and Control Errors in
Plantwide Flow Sheets............................................ 39(3),202
Community-Based Presentations in the Unit Ops
Laboratory ............................................................... 39(2),160
Communication Skills in Engineering Students, An
Innovative Method For Developing ......................... 38(4),302
Compact Heat Exchangers, A Project to Design
and B uild............................................ ......................... 39(1),38
Compendium of Open-Ended Membrane Problems
in the Curriculum A ................................................... 37(1).46
Compressible Flow Analysis Discharging Vessels .......... 38(3),190
Computation in the Analysis of Separation Processes,
Using Visualization and............................................ 40(4),313
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Incorporating Nonideal
Reactors in a Junior-Level Course............................ 38(2),136
Computer Evaluation of Exchange Factors
in Therm al Radiation ................................................ 38(2),126
Computer-Facilitated Mathematical Methods in ChE
Similarity Solution................................................... 40(4),307
Computer Programming to Teach Numerical Methods,
Increasing Time Spent on Course Objectives by
U sing.......................................................................... 37(3),214
Computer Science or Spreadsheet Engineering: An
Excel/VBA-Based Programming and Problem-
Solving Course ........................................................ 39(2),142
Computing Experience, Enhancing the Undergraduate... 40(3),231
ConcepTests and Instant Feedback in Thermodynamics,
Use of......................................................................... 38(1),64
Conceptual Understanding in Chemical Engineering........ 36(1),42
Condensation, Solvent Recovery by: An Application of
Phase Equilibrium and Sensitivity Analysis............... 38(3).216
Conducting the Engineer s Approach to Problem Solving,
Fall 2006


Discussion of the Method: ........................................ 38(3),203
Consequence and Vulnerability Analysis, Boiling-Liquid
Expanding-Vapor Explosion (BLEVE) .................... 36(3),206
Construction and Visualization of VLE Envelopes in
M athcad .................................. ................ 37(1),20
Consulting, The Vagaries of ............................................. 36(1),74
Control Station". Building Multivariable Process Control
Intuition Using............................ ............ ... 37(2),100
Cooking Potatoes: Experimentation and Mathematical
M odeling.................................................................... 36(1),26
Cooperative Work That Gets Sophomores on Board.......39(2),128
Copper Rotating-Disc Electrode, Reduction of
Dissolved Oxygen at a................................................ 39(1),14
Coupled Transport and Rate Processes, Teaching ........... 38(4),254
Course-Level Strategy for Continuous Improvement, A.39(3),186
Course Project, Partnering With Industry for a
M eaningful............ .......................................... ... 40(1),32
Cross-Disciplinary Projects in a ChE Undergraduate
Curriculum, Development of.................................... 38(4),296
Curriculum: Suitable Course Content and Teaching
Methodology, Aspen Plus in the ChE......................... 39(1),68
Cyber-Cooperation in Multidisciplinary Projects,
Collaborative Learning and ...................................... 37(2),114

Class and Home Problems
A Simple Open-Ended Vapor Diffusion Experiment.. 38(2),122
An Open-Ended Mass Balance Problem.................... 39(1),22
Boiling-Liquid Expanding-Vapor Explosion
(BLEVE) An Introducton to Consequence and
Vulnerability Analysis ............................................ 36(3),206
Computer-Facilitated Mathematical Methods in
ChE Similarity Solution......................................... 40(4),309
Cooperative Work That Gets Sophomores on Board.. 39(2),128
Data Analysis Made Easy With DataFit ..................... 40(1),60
Fuel Processor System for Generating Hydrogen for
Automotive Applications ....................................... 40(3),239
Gas Permeation Computations with Mathematica .....40(2),140
'Greening' a Design-Oriented Heat Transfer Course 39(3),216
Incorporating Green Engineering into a Material
and Energy Balance Course.......................................38(1),48
Scaled Sketches for Visualizing Surface Tension....... 39(4),328
Solvent Recovery by Condensation: An Application of
Phase Equilibrium and Sensitivity Analysis............ 38(3),216
The Sherry Solera: An Application of Partial
Difference Equations ........................................... 36(1),48

D
Data Analysis Made Easy With Datafit............................ 40(1),60
Decision Analysis for Equipment Selection .................. 39(2),100
Demonstration and Assessment of a Simple Viscosity
Experiment for High School Science Classes ............ 40(3),211
Design Experience: Multidisciplinary Design of a
Potable Water Treatment Plant, A Freshman ............ 39(4),296
Design in Chemical Engineering at Rose-Hulman
Institute of Technology, Freshman ........................... 38(3),222
Design of a Fuel Processor System for Generating
Hydrogen for Automotive Applications ................... 40(3),239
Design Problem, ATwo-Hour: Coffee on Demand........... 36(1),54
Design Project: Biodiesel Production Using Acid-
Catalyzed Transesterification of Yellow Grease,











Plant ......................................................................... 40(3),215
Design Project Curricula, An International Comparison
of Final-Year...................... ...... ... ........... 40(4),275
Design Projects of the Future........................................... 40(2),88
Design Projects, Web-Based Delivery of ChE.................39(3),194
Design Through the Investigation of Commercial
Beer, Teaching Product............................................. 36(2),108
Determining Self-Similarity Transient Heat Transfer
with Constant Flux, A Method for.............................. 39(1),42
Determining the Flow Characteristics of a Power
Law Liquid .............................................................. 36(4),304
Developing Metacognitive Engineering Teams............. 38(4),316
Development and Implementation of an Educational
Simulator: Glucosim ................................................. 37(4),300
Development of Cross-Disciplinary Projects In a
ChE Undergraduate Curriculum............................... 38(4),296
Differential Equations, Scaling of: "Analysis of the
Fourth Kind,"............................................................ 36(3),232
Diffusion Experiments, Inexpensive and Simple
Binary M olecular........................................................ 36(1),68
Diffusivities in the Classroom, Using Molecular-Level
Simulations to Determine......................................... 37(2),156
Discharging Vessels, Compressible Flow Analysis ......... 38(3),190
Discussion of the Method: Conducting the
Engineer's Approach to Problem Solving................. 38(3),203
Dissolved Oxygen at a Copper Rotating-Disc
Electrode, Reduction of ............................................. 39(1),14
Distillation Case Study, Using Mathematica to Teach
Process Units, A ..................................................... 39(2),116
Division Program, Chemical Engineering.....................36(2),128

Departmental Articles
California Berkeley, University of............................37(3),162
Columbia University................... .... ............. 40(1),8
Illinois Institute of Technology..................................... 39(1),2
Kansas State University............................................... 36(1),2
Maryland Baltimore County, University of ................ 37(2),82
Oklahoma, University of.......................................... 38(3),162
Rice U niversity....................................................... 38(2),88
Rowan University................................................... 39(2),82
Sherbrooke, University of......................................... 40(3),146
Tulane University ........................................ 36(2),88;40(2),80
Vanderbilt University................... .... .............. 37(1),2
W ashington University ............................................ 39(3),170

Doctoral Student's Perspective, Teaching and Mentoring
Training Programs at Michigan State
University: A............................................................ 38(4),250
Drawing the Connections Between Engineering
Science and Engineering Practice............................. 39(2),110
Drug Delivery for Chemical Engineers, An
Introduction to ......................................................... 36(3),198
Drug Discovery to Manufacturing, Biochemical
Engineering Taught in the Context of....................... 39(3),208
Durbin-Watson Statistics to Time-Series-Based
Regression Models, On the Application of................. 38(1),22
Dust Explosion Apparatus Suitable for Use in Lecture
Dem onstrations, A .................................................... 38(3),188
Dynamic Simulation to Converge Complex
Process Flow Sheets, Use of..................................... 38(2),142


E
Earth's Carbon Cycle Chemical Engineering Course
M material, The............................................................ 36(4),296
Economic Risk Analysis: Using Analytical and Monte
Carlo Techniques ....................................................... 36(2),94
Economics and Business Strategies, A Lesson in
Engineering: Gas Station Pricing Game................... 36(4),278

Educator Articles
Davis, Robert H.; University of Colorado.................. 37(2),88
Doherty, Mike; UC Santa Barbara............................. 38(3)168
Doraiswamy, L.K.; Iowa State University................ 36(3),178
Eckert, Chuck; Georgia Institute of Technology ............38(1),2
Gast, Alice; Massachusetts Institute of Technology .....39(2),88
Hesketh, Robert; Rowan University.............................37(1),8
King, C. Judson; UC Berkeley ................................. 39(3),178
LeBlanc, Steve; University of Toledo ........................ 36(2),82
Montgomery, Susan; University of Michigan ............ 40(3),154
Rhinehart, R. Russell; Oklahoma State University ........ 39(1),8
Seider, Warren; University of Pennsylvania................. 36(1),8
Shuler, Michael L.; Cornell University ...................... 38(2),82
Schulz, Kirk; Mississippi State University................... 40(1),2
Stuve, Eric M.; University of Washington.................. 40(2),74

Electrochemical Method, Metal Recovery from
W astewater with an.................................................. 36(2),144
Electrodialysis, Exploring the Potential of ......................37(1),52
Electrolyte Thermodynamics, Teaching............................. 38(1),26
Energy Balances on the Human Body: A Hands-On
Exploration of Heat, Work, and Power.......................39(1),30
Energy Consumption vs. Energy Requirement.............. 40(2),132
Energy Source: An Illustration of ChE Thermodynamic
Concepts, Biomass as a Sustainable.........................40(4),259
Enhancing the Undergraduate Computing Experience....40(3),231
Engineering Analysis in the Chem-E-Car Competition.....40(1),66
Engineering Science and Engineering Practice, Drawing
the Connections Between ......................................... 39(2),110
Engines, High-Performance: Fast Cars Accelerate
Learning .................................................................. 37(3),208
Environmental Engineers Through Development of a
New Course, Introducing Molecular Biology to........ 36(4),258
Environmental Impact Assessment: Teaching the
Principles and Practices by Means of a Role-Playing
C ase Study ................................................................. 39(1),76
Equations (of Change) Don't Change, But the
Profession of Engineering Does............................... 37(4),242
Equations of State at the Graduate Level,
M olecular-Based... ... .................................................. 39(4),250
Equations of State for Thermophysical Properties,
Choosing and Evaluating......................................... 37(3),236
Equilibrium Stage Model for an Azeotropic Systems
in an Laboratorial Distillation Column, Validating
the ............................................................................ 40(3),195
Equipment Selection, Decision Analysis for ................. 39(2),100
Evolutionary Operation Method to Optimize Gas
Absorber Operation, Using the: A Statistical
Method for Process Improvement ............................ 38(3),204
Examining Value and Behaviors in Organizations:
Aspects of Engineering Practice...............................36(4),316
Excel/VBA-Based Programming and Problem Solving
Chemical Engineering Education











Course, Computer Science or Spreadsheet
Engineering: An.................................................. 39(2).142
Exceptions to the Le Chatelier Principle ....................... 37(4),290
Excitement and Interest in Mechanical Parts, Pressure
for Fun: A Course Module for Increasing ChE
Students' ........................................ ......................... 40(4),291
Exercise for Practicing Programming in the ChE
Curriculum Calculation of Thermodynamic
Properties Using the Redlich-Kwong Equation of
State ......................................................................... 37(2).148
Experiment, Agitation and Aeration
an Autom ated Didactic ............................................. 38(2),100
Experiment, A Nonlinear, Multi-Input, Multi-Output
Process Control Laboratory......................................... 40(1)54
Experiment, A Quadruple-Tank Process Control............. 38(3),174
Experiment, A Simple Open-Ended Vapor Diffusion...... 38(2),122
Experiment for Transport Phenomena, An
Easy Heat and M ass Transfer..................................... 36(1),56
Experiment with Multiple Aspects, An Agitation............ 40(3),159
Experimental Air-Pressure Tank Systems for Process
Control Education........................................................ 40(1),24
Experimental Design, Personalized, Interactive,
Take-Home Examinations for Students Studying....... 37(2).136
Experimental Design into the Unit Operations
Laboratory, Incorporating.............. ......................... 37(3).196
Experimental Investigation and Process Design in a
Senior Laboratory Experiment ................................. 40(3).225
Experimental Projects for the Process Control
Laboratory ............................................................... 36(3),182
Experimentation and Mathematical Modeling:
Cooking Potatoes...................................................... 36(1),56
Experiments Across the Atlantic, Performing Process
Control ...................................................... ............. 39(3),232
Experiments, Inexpensive and Simple Binary
M olecular Diffusion.................................... .......... 36(1),68
Experiments and Other Learning Activities
Using Natural Dye Materials...................................... 38(2),132
Experiments with a Fixed-Bed Catalytic Reactor.............. 36(1),34
Explicit Models, Sensitivity Analysis in ChE Education:
Part 1. Introduction and Application to .................... 37(3),222

F
Factors Influencing the Selection of Chemical
Engineering as a Career..............................................37(4).268
First-Semester Course Focusing on Connection,
Communication, and Preparation, A Successful
Introduction to ChE".............................................. 39(3),222
Fixed-Bed Catalytic Reactor, Experiments with a.............36(1),34
Flexible Pilot-Scale Setup for Real-Time Studies in
Process Systems Engineering, A................................. 40(1),40
Flow Characteristics of a Power Law Liquid,
Determining the ....................................................... 36(4).304
Fluid Mechanics, Water Day: An Experiential
Lecture for ............................................................... 37(3).170
Fluid-Mixing Laboratory for ChE Undergraduates .........37(4).296
Fluidized Bed Adsorption Laboratory Experiment............ 38(1),14
Fluidized Bed Polymer Coating Experiment................. 36(2).138
For the Sake of Argument: If the Conventional Lecture
Is Dead Why is it Alive and Thriving.............................. 40(2)
Free Convection, A Computational Model for Teaching. 38(4),272

Fall 2006


French Fry-Shaped Potatoes, Optimum Cooking of: A
Classroom Study of Heat and Mass Transfer ............. 37(2),142
Freshman Design Experience: Multidisciplinary
Design of a Potable Water Treatment Plant, A ........... 39(4),296
Freshman Design in Chemical Engineering at Rose-
Hulman Institute of Technology ............................... 38(3),222
Frontiers of Chemical Engineering: a Chemical
Engineering Freshman Seminar.................................. 37(1),24
FTIR Spectroscopy: An Experiment for the
Undergraduate Laboratory, Kinetics of Hydrolysis
of Acetic Anhydride by In-Situ................................... 39(1),56
Fuel Processor System for Generating Hydrogen for
Automotive Applications. Design of a ..................... 40(3),239
Fuel Cell: An Ideal ChE Undergraduate Experiment......... 38(1),38
Future Directions in ChE Education: A New Path to
Glory ....................................... 37(4),284

G
Gas Permeation Computations with Mathematica...........40(2),140
Gas Separation Membrane Experiments, A Simple
Analysis for................................................................ 37(1),74
Gas Separation Using Polymers, Tools for Teaching.........37(1),60
Gas Station Pricing Game: A Lesson in Engineering
Economics and Business Strategies.......................... 36(4),278
Gasification Senior Design Project That Integrates
Laboratory Experiments and Computer Simulation,
A Tire ....................................................................... 40(3),203
Gene Subcloning for Chemical Engineering Students,
Laboratory Experiment on.......................................... 38(3),212
Gibbs Energy Considerations Reduce the Role of
Rachford-Rice Analysis, Computing Phase Equilibria: 36(1),76
Gillespie Algorithm and MATLAB. Introducing the
Stochastic Simulation of Chemical Reactions
Using the..................................................................... 37(1),14
Glucosim: Development and Implementation of an
Educational Simulator ............................ .................. 37(4),300
Graduate Course on Multi-Scale Modeling
of Soft M atter. A ...................................................... 38(4),242
Graduate Courses, Reflections on Project-Based
Learning in................................................ .......... 38(4),262
Graduate Curriculum on Integrative Biointerfacial
Engineering, M ultidisciplinary ................................. 40(4),251
Graduate Education: A Novel Approach for Describing
Micromixing Effects in Homogeneous Reactors........ 36(4),250
Graduate Education: Introducing Molecular Biology
to Environmental Engineers Through
Development of a New Course................................... 36(4),258
Graduate-Level Course in Tissue Engineering,
Teaching A ............................................................ 39(4),272
Graduate-Level-Equivalent Curriculum in Chemical
Product Engineering, A............................................. 39(4),264
Graduate Level, Molecular-Based Equations of State
at the ........................................................................ 39(4),250
Graduate Programs, Productivity and Quality Indicators
for Highly Ranked ChE .............................................. 37(2),94
Graduate Students the Role of Journal Articles in
Research, Teaching Entering.................................... 40(4),246
Graduate Thermodynamics Course in Chemical
Engineering Departments Across the United States,
A Survey of the................................................... 39(4),258
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"Greening" a Design-Oriented Heat Transfer Course .....39(3),216
Green Engineering into a Design-Oriented Heat
Transfer Course, Assessing the Incorporation of........39(4),320
Green Engineering into a Material and Energy Balance
Course, Incorporating ................................................ 38(1),48
Group Learning, Introduction to Synthesis, Resourcefulness, and
Effective Communication in
Biochemical Engineering ........................................ 37(3),174
Group Work, Teaching Engineering in a Modern
Classroom Setting: Making Room for ..................... 39(2),164



Hands-On Laboratory in the Fundamentals of
Semiconductor Manufacturing, A........................ 36(1),14
Heat Transfer Visualization Tools, Java-Based.............. 38(4),282
Heat and Mass Transfer Experiment for Transport
Phenomena, An Easy.........................................36(1),56
Heat and Mass Transfer, Optimum Cooking of French Fry-Shaped
Potatoes: A Classroom Study of ...............................37(2),142
Heat Transfer Analysis and the Path Forward in a
Student Project on the Splenda Sucralose Process..... 39(4),316
Heat Transfer Course, Assessing the Incorporation of
Green Engineering into a Design-Oriented .............. 39(4),320
Heat Transfer Course, "Greening" a Design-Oriented .... 39(3),216
Heat Transfer Problems, Spreadsheet Solutions to
Two-Dimensional ................................. ..........36(2),160
Heat, Work, and Power; Energy Balances on the Human
Body: A Hands-On Exploration of ............................ 39(1),30
High School Science Classes, Demonstration and
Assessment of a Simple Viscosity Experiment for..... 40(3),211
High-Performance Engines: Fast Cars Accelerate
L earning ...................................................................... 37(3),20 8
High-Performance Learning Environments..................... 38(4),286
High School Outreach into ChE Courses, Incorporating. 37(3),184
Holistic Unit Operations Laboratory, A........................ 36(2),150
Homogeneous Reactors, A Novel Approach for
Describing Micromixing Effects in.......................... 36(4),250
Hydrogen for Automotive Applications, Design of a
Fuel Processor System for Generating ..................... 40(3),239
Hydrolysis of Acetic Anhydride by In-Situ FTIR
Spectroscopy: An Experiment for the
Undergraduate Laboratory, Kinetics of ......................39(1),56
Hyper-TVT: Development and Implementation of an
Interactive Learning Environment............................ 40(3),175

I
Improving Coherence in Technical Writing.................... 38(2)116
Improving "Thought with Hands", On .......................... 36(4),292
Incorporating Computational Chemistry into the ChE
Curriculum ............................................................... 40(4),268
Incorporating Experimental Design into the Unit
Operations Laboratory............................................. 37(3),196
Incorporating Green Engineering into a Material and
Energy Balance Course.............................................. 38(1),48
Incorporating High School Outreach into ChE Courses.. 37(3),184
Incorporating Molecular and Cellular Biology into
a ChE Degree Program ............................................. 39(2),124
Incorporating Nonideal Reactors in a Junior-Level
Course Using Computational Fluid Dynamics...........38(2),136
Industrial Training in Chemical Engineering Education,
332


The Role of.............................................................. 40(3),189
Industry for a Meaningful Course Project, Partnering
W ith ........................................................................ 40(1),32
Innovative, Can We Teach Our Students to be............... 36(2),116
Innovative Method for Developing Communication
Skills in Engineering Students, An........................... 38(4),302
Instant Messaging: Expanding Your Office Hours .......... 39(3),183
Integrating Biological Systems in the Process
Dynamics and Control Curriculum........................... 40(3),181
Integrating Biology and ChE at the Lower Levels .......... 38(2),108
Integrated Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab
Experiment, An........................................................ 38(3),228
Integrating Kinetics Characterization and Materials
Processing in the Lab Experience............................. 36(3),226
Integration Technique to Trace Phase Equilibria
Curves, U se of an...................................................... 36(2),134
Interactive Learning Environment, Hyper-TVT:
Development and Implementation of an .................. 40(3),175
International Comparison of Final-Year Design Project
Curricula, A n ........................................................... 40(4),275
Internet Resources for Chemical Engineers................... 36(2),100
Inter-Rater Reliability Issue in Assessing Learning
Outcomes, Rubric Development and ....................... 36(3),212
Introducing the Stochastic Simulation of Chemical
Reactions Using the Gillespie Algorithm and
M ATLA B ........................................... ................... 37(1),14
"Introduction to ChE" First-Semester Course Focusing
on Connection, Communication, and Preparation,
A Successful ............................................................ 39(3),222
Introduction to Drug Delivery for Chemical
Engineers, An........................................................... 36(3),198
Introductory ChE Courses, Portfolio Assessment in........ 36(4),310
Introductory Chemical Reaction Engineering Course,
Micromixing Experiments in the................................ 39(2),94
Investigation into the Propagation of Baker's Yeast: A
Laboratory Experiment in Biochemical Engineering. 38(3),196


I
Java-Based Heat Transfer Visualization Tools............... 38(4),282
Journal Articles in Research, Teaching Entering
Graduate Students the Role of.................................. 40(4),246


K
K-12 Students, Biomedical and Biochemical Engineering
for....................................................... ..................... 40(4),283
Kinetics and Reactor Design, Modeling of Chemical........37(1),44
Kinetics Experiment for the Unit Operations Laboratory,
A................ ....................................................... 39(3),238
Kinetics of Hydrolysis of Acetic Anhydride by In-Situ
FTIR Spectroscopy: An Experiment for the
Undergraduate Laboratory....................................... 39(1)56


L
L-Lysine Production in the Senior Laboratory, A Batch
Fermentation Experiment for.................................... 37(4),262
Lab-Based Unit Ops in Microelectronics Processing......37(3),188
Laboratory Exercise, Using a Commercial
Movie for an Educational Experience; Alternative:... 37(2),154
Lab Experience, Integrating Kinetics Characterization and
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M materials Processing in the....................................... 36(3),226
Lab Experiment, An Integrated Chemical Reaction
Engineering...... ... ......................................................... 38(3),228
Laboratory, A Batch Fermentation Experiment for
L-Lysine Production in the Senior.............................. 37(4),262
Laboratory Experiment, Experimental Investigation and
Process Design in a Senior ....................................... 40(3),225
Laboratory in the Fundamentals of Semiconductor
M manufacturing, A Hands-On....................................... 36(1),14
Laboratory Experiment on Gene Subcloning for
Chemical Engineering Students................................ 38(3),212
Laboratory Experiment, Pem Fuel-Cell Test Station and 38(3),236
Laboratory Skills in ChE Students, Building
M olecular Biology..................................................... 39(2), 134
Laboratory to Supplement Courses in Process Control, A. 36(1),20
Laboratory Structure Encouraging Realistic Communication
and Creative Experiment Planning........................... 37(3),202
Learning Environments, High-Performance.................. 38(4),286
Learning Pedagogies in Fluid Mechanics and Heat
Transfer, Combining................................................ 39(4),280
Learning Through Simulation: Student Engagement.......39(4),288
Lecture Demonstrations, A Dust Explosion Apparatus
Suitable for U se in ................................................ 38(3),188

Letters to the Editor .............36(1),59;37(1),45;(2),124;(3),207

Le Chatelier Principle, Exceptions to the ...................... 37(4).290
Liquid Diffusion Coefficients, Mass Transfer
Experiment: Determination of.................................. 36(2),156
Lower Levels, Integrating Biology and ChE at the ..........38(2)108


M
Making Room for Group Work: Teaching Engineering
in a Modern Classroom Setting ............................... 39(2),164
Manufacturing, Biochemical Engineering Taught in the
Context of Drug Discovery and................................ 39(3),208
Mathematica, Gas Permeation Computations with.......... 40(2),140
Mass Balance Problem, An Open-Ended......................... 39(1).22
Mass Transfer and Cell Growth Kinetics in a
Bioreactor ................................................................ 36(3),216
Mass Transfer Experiment: Determination of Liquid
Diffusion Coefficients................................................. 36(2).156
Mass Transfer Experiment for Transport Phenomena,
An Easy Heat and ...................................................... 36(1),56
Materials Processing in the Lab Experience, Integrating
Kinetics Characterization and................................... 36(3),226
MathCad, Construction and Visualization of VLE
Envelopes in .............................................................. 37(1),20
MathCad in Undergraduate Reaction Engineering,
Numerical Problem Solving Using...........................40(1),14
Mathematica to Teach Process Units: A Distillation
C ase Study, U sing....................................................... 39(2),116
Mathematical Methods in ChE Similarity Solution,
Computer-Facilitated..................... .... ................. 40(4),307
Mathematical Modeling: Cooking
Potatoes, Experimentation and................................... 36(1),26
Mathematical Modeling and Process Control of
Distributed Parameter Systems: The
One-Dimensional Heated Rod ................................. 37(2),126
MATLAB, Introducing the Stochastic Simulation of
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Chem. Reactions Using the Gillespie Algorithm and...37(1),14
McCabe-Thiele Modeling Specific Roles in the Learning
Process, Process Simulation and ..............................37(2),132
Mechanical Testing of Common-Use Polymeric
Materials with an In-House-Built Apparatus.............. 40(1),46
Membrane Science and Technology in the 21st Century... 38(2),94
Mentoring Training Programs at Michigan State
University: A Doctoral Student's Perspective,
Teaching and............................................ ............... 38(4),250
Metacognitive Engineering Teams, Developing............ 38(4),316
Micromixing Experiments in the Introductory
Chemical Reaction Engineering Course..................... 39(2),94
Mixing Writing with First-Year Engineering: An
Unstable Solution ................................................... 37(4),248
Mechanical Parts, Pressure for Fun: A Course Module
for Increasing ChE Students' Excitement and
Interest in .......................................... ........ ............ 40(4),29 1

Membranes in ChE Education
Analysis of Membrane Processes in the Introduction-
to-ChE Course....................................................... 37(1),33
Compendium of Open-Ended Membrane Problems
in the Curriculum ................................................... 37(1),46
Exploring the Potential of Electrodialysis.................. 37(1),52
Membrane Projects with an Industrial Focus in the
Curriculum ............................................................ 37(1),68
Press Ro System: An Interdisciplinary Reverse Osmosis
Project for First-Year Engineering Students ............ 37(1),38
Simple Analysis for Gas Separation Membrane
Experim ents, A ...................................................... 37(1),74
Tools for Teaching Gas Separation Using Polymers.... 37(1),60

Membrane Science and Technology in the 21st
Century ..................................................................... 38(2),94
Membrane Problems in the Curriculum, A
Compendium of Open-Ended..................................... 37(1),46
Metal Recovery from Wastewater with an
Electrochemical Method............................................. 36(2),144
Method for Determining Self-Similarity Transient
Heat Transfer with Constant Flux, A.......................... 39(1),42
Micromixing Effects in Homogeneous Reactors, A Novel
Approach for Describing .......................................... 36(4),250
Modeling of Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Design ....... 37(1),44
Modeling in a Process Dynamics and Control Course,
Biomolecular ........................................................... 40(4),297
Modern Classroom Setting, Making Room for Group
Work: Teaching Engineering in a ............................. 39(2),164
Mole Balances Systematically, Put Your Intuition to
Rest: W rite .......................................................... ..... 38(4),308
Molecular and Cellular Biology into a ChE Degree
Program, Incorporating............................................. 39(2),124
Molecular-Based Equations of State at the
Graduate Level ........................................................ 39(4),250
Molecular Diffusion Experiments, Inexpensive and
Sim ple Binary ............................................................ 36(1),68
Molecular-Level Simulations to Determine Diffusivities
in the Classroom, Using............................................ 37(2),156
Molecular Biology to Environmental Engineers Through
Development of a New Course, Introducing............ 36(4),258
Monte Carlo Techniques:
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Economic Risk Analysis, Using Analytical and........... 36(2),94
Movie for an Educational Experience: An Alternative Laboratory
Exercise, Using a Commercial................................. 37(2),154
Multidisciplinary Design of a Potable Water Treatment
Plant, A Freshman Design Experience: .................... 39(4),296
Multidisciplinary Graduate Curriculum on Integrative
Biointerfacial Engineering........................................ 40(4),251
Multidisciplinary Projects, Collaborative Learning
and Cyber-Cooperation in........................................... 37(2),114
Multidisciplinary Team Projects, Evaluating: Rubric
Development for Assessment of Undergraduate
R esearch....... .. .................................... ...................... 38(1),68
Multi-Scale Modeling of Soft Matter, A
Graduate Course on .............................................. 38(4),242


N
Nanostructured Materials Synthesis of Zeolites.............. 38(1),34
Natural Convection, A Simple Classroom
Demonstration of .......................................................... 39(2),138
Natural Dye Materials, Experiments and Other
Learning A activities ............................................... 38(2),132

Next Millennium in Chemical Engineering
Crystal Engineering: From Molecules To Products.... 40(2),116
Different Chemical Industry, A................................. 40(2),114
Inside the Cell: A New Paradigm for Unit Operations
and Unit Processes .............................................. 40(2),126
Next Millennium in Chemical Engineering, The ......... 40(2),99
Teaching Engineering in the 21st Century with a 12th-
Century Teaching Model: How Bright is That...... 40(2),110
Vision of the Curriculum of the Future, A................ 40(2),104

Nonideal Reactors in a Junior-Level Course Using
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Incorporating .......... 38(2),136
Nonlinear, Multi-Input, Multi-Output Process Control
Laboratory Experiment, A ........................................... 40(1),54
Numerical Methods, Increasing Time Spent on Course
Objectives by Using Computer Programming to
Teach.......................................................................... 37(3),214
Numerical Problem Solving Using MathCad in
Undergraduate Reaction Engineering........................... 40(1),14
Numerical Problems, A Separation Processes Course
Using Written-Answer Questions to Complement.....36(2),130



Office Hours, Instant Messaging: Expanding Your ......... 39(3),183
On Improving "Thought with Hands"............................ 36(4),292
On the Application of Durbin-Watson Statistics to
Time-Series-Based Regression Models...................... 38(1),22
One-Dimensional Heated Rod: Mathematical Modeling
and Process Control of Distributed
Parameter System s ................................................. 37(2),126
Open-Ended Mass Balance Problem, An......................... 39(1),22
Optimum Cooking of French Fry-Shaped Potatoes: A
Classroom Study of Heat and Mass Transfer.............37(2),142
P
Paradox of Papermaking, The........................................ 39(2),146
Partial Difference Equations, The
Sherry Solera: An Application of ............................... 36(1),48


Particle Demonstrations for the Classroom and Lab.......37(4),274
Particle Technology, Novel Concepts for Teaching......... 36(4),272
Partnering with Industry for a Meaningful
Course Project....................................... ............... .... 40(1),32
Performing Process Control Experiments Across
the A tlantic................................................................ 39(3),232
Pem Fuel-Cell Test Station and Laboratory Experiment. 38(3),236
Personalized, Interactive, Take-Home Examinations
for Students Studying Experimental Design ............ 37(2),136
Plantwide Flow Sheets, Common Plumbing and
Control Errors in.................................................... 39(3),202
Potato Cannon: Determination of Combustion
Principles for Engineering Freshman, The............... 39(2),156
Product Design Through the Investigation of
Commercial Beer, Teaching...................................... 36(2),108
Phase Equilibria, How Gibbs Energy
Considerations Reduce the Role of
Rachford-Rice Analysis: Computing:......................... 36(1),76
Phase Equilibria Curves, Use of an Integration
Technique to Trace.................................................... 36(2),134
Phase Equilibrium and Sensitivity Analysis, Solvent
Recovery by Condensation: An Application of.......... 38(3),216
Phase Equilibrium More User-Friendly, Making............. 36(4),284
Pillars of Chemical Engineering: A
Block-Scheduled Curriculum................................... 38(4),292
Pilot-Scale Setup for Real-Time Studies in Process
Systems Engineering, A Flexible................................ 40(1),40
Plant Design Project: Biodiesel Production Using Acid-
Catalyzed Transesterification of Yellow Grease......... 40(3),215
Polymer Coating Experiment, Fluidized Bed.................. 36(2),138
Polymeric Materials with an In-House-Built Apparatus,
Mechanical Testing of Common-Use......................... 40( 1),46
Portfolio Assessment in Introductory ChE Courses......... 36(4),310
Potable Water Treatment Plant, A Freshman Design
Experience: Multidisciplinary Design of a............... 39(4),296
Power, Energy Balances on the Human Body: A
Hands-On Exploration of Heat, Work, and................. 39(1),30
Power Law Liquid, Determining the Flow
Characteristics of a .................................................. 36(4),304
Press RO System: An Interdisciplinary Reverse Osmosis
Project for First-Year Engineering Students...............37(1),38
Pressure for Fun: A Course Module for Increasing ChE
Students' Excitement and Interest in Mechanical
Parts .................................................. ..................... 40(4),291
Problem, And Open-Ended Mass Balance....................... 39(1),22
Problem-Solving Skills, Assessing: Part 2.......................36(1),60
Process Control of Distributed Parameter Systems Case
Study: The One-Dimensional Heated Rod,
Mathematical Modeling and....................................... 37(2),126
Process Control Education, Experimental Air-
Pressure Tank Systems for............................................40(1),24
Process Control Experiment, A Quadruple-Tank .............38(3),174
Process Control, A Laboratory to Supplement Courses in. 36(1),20
Process Control Intuition Using Control Stations,
Building M ultivariable ............................................ 37(2),100
Process Control Laboratory Experience, Simulation and
Experiment in an Introductory.................................. 37(4),306
Process Control Laboratory Experiment, A Nonlinear,
M ulti-Input, M ulti-Output .......................................... 40(1),54
Process Control Laboratory, Experimental Projects

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for the........................................................................ 36(3),182
Process Control with a Numerical Approach Based on
Spreadsheets, Teaching............................................. 36(3),242
Process Design in a Senior Laboratory Experiment,
Experimental Investigation and................................ 40(3),225
Process Dynamics and Control Course, Biomolecular
M odeling in a..................................... .................... 40(4),297
Process Dynamics and Control Curriculum, Integrating
Biological Systems in the ......................................... 40(3),181
Process Flow Sheets, Use of Dynamic Simulation
to Converge Complex........................................... 38(2),142
Process Security in ChE Education.................................. 39(1),48
Process Simulation and McCabe-Thiele: Modeling
Specific Roles in the Learning Process..................... 37(2),132
Process Simulation Used Effectively in ChE
Courses?, Is.............................................................. 36(3),192
Process Systems Engineering, A Flexible Pilot-Scale
Setup for Real-Time Studies in................................... 40(1),40
Productivity and Quality Indicators for Highly Ranked
ChE Graduate Programs............................................ 37(2),94
Profession of Engineering Does, Equations (of Change)
Don't Change but the...................... .................... 37(4),242
Professor, Returning as a ............................................... 37(4),310
Project-Based Learning in Graduate Courses,
Reflections on .......................................................... 38(4),262
Project to Design and Build Compact Heat
Exchangers, A ............................... .... ......... 39(1),38
Project on the Splenda Sucralose Process, Heat Transfer
Analysis and the Path Forward in a Student ............ 39(4),316
Project, VCM Process Design: An ABET 2000 Fully
Compliant ................................ ...... ......... 39(1),62
Propagation of Baker's Yeast: A Laboratory Experiment in
Biochemical Engineering, Investigation into the .......38(3),196
Put Your Intuition to Rest: Write Mole
Balances Systematically ...................................... 38(4),308


Q
Quadruple-Tank Process Control Experiment, A............. 38(3),174

R
Rachford-Rice Analysis, Computing Phase Equilibria: How Gibbs
Energy Considerations Reduce the Role of ................36(1),76
Rate Processes, Teaching Coupled Transport and ........... 38(4),254
Reaction Engineering, Numerical Problem Solving
Using MathCad in Undergraduate.............................. 40(1),14
Reactor Design, Modeling of Chemical Kinetics............... 37(1),44
Real-Time Studies in Process Systems Engineering, A
Flexible Pilot-Scale Setup for..................................... 40(1),40
Real-World Problems, Relating Abstract Chemical
Thermodynamic Concepts to.................................... 38(4),268
Recommendation Letters, Value of Good...................... 37(2),122
Redlich-Kwong Equation of State: An Exercise for
Practicing Proramming in the ChE Curriculum, Calculation
of Thermodynamic Properties Using the ................. 37(2),148
Reduction of Dissolved Oxygen at a Copper
Rotating-Disc Electrode ............................................ 39(1),14
Reflections on Project-Based Learning in
Graduate Courses.................... .................... 38(4),262
Regression Models, On the Applications of Durbin-Watson


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Statistics to Times-Series-Based................................... 38(1),22
Relating Abstract Chemical Thermodynamic Concepts
to Real-W orld Problems ........................................... 38(4),268
Research Proposal in Biochemical and Biological
Engineering Courses, The........................................... 40(4),323
Research, Teaching Entering Graduate Students the Role
of Journal Articles in................................................ 40(4),246
Respiration Experiment to Introduce ChE Principles, A. 38(3),182
Returning as a Professor ............................................... 37(4),310
Reverse Osmosis Project for First-Year Engineering
Students, Press RO System:........................................ 37(1),38
Risk Analysis: Using Analytical and Monte
Carlo Techniques, Economic......................................36(2),94
Role of Industrial Training in Chemical Engineering
Education, The....................................................... 40(3),189
Role-Playing Case Study, Environmental Impact
Assessment: Teaching the Principles and Practices
by M means of a ................................ .... ......... 39(1)76
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Freshman
Design in Chemical Engineering at.......................... 38(3),222
Rubric Development and Inter-Rater Reliability Issues
in Assessing Learning Outcomes.............................. 36(3),212
Rubric Development for Assessment of Undergraduate
Research Evaluating Multidisciplinary Team
Projects .................................. ........ ......... 38(1),68

Random Thoughts
Changing Times and Paradigms................................. 38(1),32
Death By PowerPoint ..................... .................. 39(1),28
Educator For All Seasons, An................................... 38(4),280
Effective, Efficient Professor, The............................ 36(2),114
FAQs. V. Designing Fair Tests.................................. 36(3),204
FAQs. VI. Evaluating Teaching and Converting
the M asses ....................................................... 37(2),106
Fond Farewell, A................................................. 39(4),279
How to Evaluate Teaching......................................... 38(3),200
How to Survive Engineering School.......................... 37(1),30
How to Teach (Almost) Anybody (Almost)
A anything .............................................................. 40(3)173
Incontrovertible Logic of the Academy, The.............. 37(3),220
Learning By Doing .................................................. 37(4),282
Screens Down, Everyone: Effective Uses of Portable
Computers in Lecture Classes ............................. 39(3),200
So You Want to Win a CAREER Award..................... 36(1),32
Speaking of Education-III.......................................... 36(4),282
Speaking of Everything-II.........................................39(2),93
The W ay to Bet ........................................................ 40(1),32
We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident............... 38(2),114
W hat's in a Name .................................................... 40(4),281
Whole New Mind For a Flat World, A ....................... 40(2),96

S
Scaled Sketches for Visualizing Surface Tension............ 39(4),328
Scaling of Differential Equations: "Analysis of the
Fourth Kind"........................... .................... 36(3),232
Self-Similarity Transient Heat Transfer with Constant
Flux, A Method for Determining................................ 39(1),42
Semiconductor Manufacturing, A Hands-On Laboratory
in the Fundamentals of .............................................. 36(1),14
Semiphysical Modeling to ChE Students Using a
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Brine-Water Mixing Tank Experiment, Teaching.......39(4),308
Sensitivity Analysis in ChE Education: Part 1. Intro. and
Application to Explicit M odels................................. 37(3),111
Sensitivity Analysis in ChE Education: Part 2.
Application to Implicit Models................................. 37(4),254
Sensitivity Analysis, Solvent Recovery by Condensation:
An Application of Phase Equilibrium and................38(3),216
Separation Processes Course: Using Written-Answer
Questions to Complement Numerical Problems ........ 36(2),130
Separation Processes, Using Visualization and
Computation in the Analysis of ................................40(4),313
Senior Design Project That Integrates Laboratory
Experiments and Computer Simulation, A Tire
G asification.............................................................. 40(3),203
Sherry Solera: An Application of Partial Difference
Equations, The ........................................................... 36(1),48
Similarity Solution, Computer-Facilitated Mathematical
M ethods in ChE....................................................... 40(4),307
Simple Classroom Demonstration of Natural
Convection, A .......................................................... 39(2),138
Simple Open-Ended Vapor Diffusion Experiment, A......38(2),122
Simulation and Experiment in an Introductory Process
Control Laboratory Experience................................ 37(4),306
Simulation: Student Engagement, Learning Through...... 39(4),288
Soft Matter, A Graduate Course on Multi-Scale
M odeling of ............................................................. 38(4),242
Software Tools for ChE Education Students'
Evaluations, Use of................................................... 36(3),236
Solids Product Engineering Design Project, A.............. 37(2),108
Solvent Recovery by Condensation: An Application
of Phase Equilibrium and Sensitivity Analysis...........38(3),216
Sorption Separations, Using a Commercial Simulator
to Teach..................................................................... 40(3),165
Splenda Sucralose Process, Heat Transfer Analysis and
the Path Forward in a Student Project on the ............. 39(4),316
Spreadsheet Engineering, An Excel/VBA-Based
Programming and Problem Solving Course:
Computer Science or ................................................ 39(2),142
Spreadsheet Solutions to Two-Dimensional Heat
Transfer Problems.................................................... 36(2),160
Spreadsheets, Teaching Process Control with a Numerical
Approach Based on................................................... 36(3),242
Spreadsheets and Visual Basic Applications as Teaching
Aids for a Unit Ops Course, Using........................... 37(4),316
Statistics, An Undergraduate Course in Applied
Probability and......................................... ........... 36(2),170
Stochastic Modeling of Thermal Death Kinetics of a
Cell Population Revisited......................................... 37(3),228
Stochastic Modeling, Using a Web Module to Teach...... 39(3),244
Stochastic Simulation of Chemical Reactions Using the
Gillespie Algorithm and MATLAB, Introducing the....37(1),14
Student Motivation, Survivor Classroom: A Method of
Active Learning That Addresses Four Types of......... 39(3),228
Students, Teaching ChE to Business and Science............ 36(3),222
Students' Evaluations, Use of Software Tools for ChE
Education ................................................................. 36(3),236
Successful "Introduction to ChE" First-Semester Course
Focusing on Connection, Communication,
and Preparation, A...................... .... .................. 39(3),222
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Course in Bioprocess Engineering Engaging the
Imagination of Students Using Experiences
Outside the Classroom, A.................................... 37(3),180
Incorporating Experimental Design into the Unit
Operations Laboratory........ ................................. 37(3),196
Incorporating High School Outreach into ChE
Courses ............................................................... 37(3),184
Increasing Time Spent on Course Objectives by
Using Computer Programming to Teach
Numerical M ethods............................................. 37(3),214
Introduction to Biochemical Engineering: Synthesis,
Resourcefulness, and Effective Communication
in Group Learning............................................... 37(3),174
Lab-Based Unit Operations in Microelectronics
Processing............................................................ 37(3),188
Passing it On: A Laboratory Structure Encouraging
Realistic Communication and Creative
Experiment Planning............................................ 37(3),202
Water Day: An Experiential Lecture for Fluid
M echanics................................ ............ 37(3),170

Survivor Classroom: A Method of Active Learning
That Addresses Four Types of Student Motivation .... 39(3),228
Survey of the Graduate Thermodynamics Course in
Chemical Engineering Departments Across the
United States, A ............................... ..................... 39(4),258


I
Tank Systems for Process Control Education,
Experimental Air-Pressure............................................ 40(1),24
Teach Our Students to be Innovative? Can We.............. 36(2),116
Teaching ChE to Business and Science Students............. 36(3),222
Teaching Coupled Transport and Rate Processes ............ 38(4),254
Teaching Electrolyte Thermodynamics ............................. 38(1),26
Teaching Engineering Courses with Workbooks............. 38(1),74
Teaching Entering Graduate Students the Role of Journal
Articles in Research.................................................. 40(4),246
Teaching Free Convection, a Computational Model for.. 38(4),272
Teaching a Graduate-Level Course in Tissue
Engineering...... ... ........................................................ 39(4),272
Teaching and Mentoring Training Programs at
Michigan State University: A Doctoral
Student's Perspective............................................... 38(4),250
Teaching Nonideal Reactors with CFD Tools................ 38(2),154
Teaching Particle Technology, Novel Concepts for......... 36(4),272
Teaching Process Control with a Numerical Approach
Based on Spreadsheets.............................................. 36(3),242
Teaching Semiphysical Modeling to ChE Students
Using a Brine-Water Mixing Tank Experiment..........39(4),308
Teaching Tips: Elevator Talks.............................................. 40(3)
Teaching Tips............................................... 38(2),121 40(4),327
Teaching Turbulent Thermal Convection, A New
Approach to ............................................................. 36(4),264
Technical Writing, Improving Coherence in.................. 38(2),116
Technical Writing, Top Ten Ways to Improve ................. 38(1),54
Test Results for Assessment of Teaching and Learning,
U sing.......................................................................... 36(3),188
Test Station and Laboratory Experiment, Pem Fuel-Cell 38(3),236
Thermal Convection, A New Approach to Teaching

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Turbulent................................................................ 36(4),264
Thermal Death Kinetics of a Cell Population Revisited,
Stochastic M odeling of............................................ 37(3),228
Thermal Radiation, Computer Evaluation
of Exchange Factors ............................................. 38(2),126
Thermodynamic Concepts, Biomass as a Sustainable
Energy Source: An Illustration of ChE..................... 40(4),259
Thermodynamic Properties Using the Redlich-Kwong Eq.
of State, An Exercise for Practicing Programming in
ChE Curriculum Calculation of ................................ 37(2),148
Thermodynamics Course in Chemical Engineering
Departments Across the United States, A Survey
of the Graduate ................................ .................... 39(4).258
Thermodynamics, Teaching Electrolyte ...................... 38(1),26
Thermodynamics, Use of ConcepTests and Instant
Feedback in.............................................................. 38(1),64
Thermophysical Properties, Choosing and Evaluating
Equations of State for.............................................. 37(3),236
Tire Gasification Senior Design Project That Integrates
Laboratory Experiments and Computer
Sim ulation, A ........................................................... 40(3),203
Tissue Engineering, Teaching a Graduate-Level
Course in.......................................... ....................... 39(4),272
Tools for Teaching Gas Separation Using Polymers......... 37(1),60
Top Ten Ways to Improve Technical Writing .................. 38(1 ),54
Transesterification of Yellow Grease, Plant Design
Project: Biodiesel Production Using Acid-Catalyzed. 40(3),215
Transport Phenomena, An Easy Heat and Mass
Transfer Experiment for .............................................36(1),56
Troubleshooting Skills in the Unit Operations
Laboratory, Developing............................................ 36(2),122
Two-Dimensional Heat Transfer Problems,
Spreadsheet Solutions to..................... .................. 36(2).160



Undergraduate Curriculum, Development of Cross-
Disciplinary Projects in a ChE............................. 38(4),296
Unit Ops Course, Using Spreadsheets and Visual Basic
Applications as Teaching Aids for a ....................... 37(4),316
Unit Operations Laboratory, A Holistic ...................... 36(2),150
Unit Operations Laboratory, A Kinetics Experiment
for the............................................ ............. ......... 39(3),238
Unit Operations Laboratory, A Virtual......................... 36(2),166
Unit Operations Laboratory, An Automated Distillation
C olum n for the............................................................ 39(2),104
Unit Operations Laboratory, Developing
Troubleshooting Skills in the............................... 36(2),122
Unit Operations Laboratory, Incorporating Experimental
D esign into the......................................................... 37(3),196
Unit Ops in Microelectronics Processing, Lab-Based.....37(3),188
Unit Ops Laboratory, Community-Based Presentations
in the ....................................................................... 39(2),160
UOP-Chulalongkorn University Industrial-University
Joint Program ........................................................... 38(1),60
Use of ConcepTests and Instant Feedback in
Therm odynam ics ........................................................ 38(1),64
Using a Commercial Simulator to Teach Sorption
Separations...... ... .................................. ....................... 40(3),165
Using a Web Module to Teach Stochastic Modeling.......39(3),244
Using Mathematica to Teach Process Units: A
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D istillation Case Study ............................................ 39(2),116
Using Small Blocks of Time for Active Learning
and Critical Thinking............................................ 38(2),150
Using Spreadsheets and Visual Basic Applications as
Teaching Aids for a Unit Ops Course....................... 37(4),316
Using Test Results for Assessment of Teaching
and Learning............................................................ 36(3),188
Using the Evolutionary Operation Method to Optimize
Gas Absorber Operation: A Statistical Method for
Process Improvement .............................................. 38(3),204
Using Visualization and Computation in the Analysis
of Separation Processes ........................................... 40(4),313



Validating The Equilibrium Stage Model for an
Azeotropic System in a Laboratorial Distillation
Column .................................................................... 40(3),195
Value of Good Recommendation Letters....................... 37(2),122
Vapor Diffusion Experiment, A Simple Open-Ended......38(2),122
VCM Process Design: An ABET 2000 Fully
Compliant Project................................................. 39(1),62
Virtual Laboratory, Web-Based VR-Form..................... 36(2),102
Virtual Unit Operations Laboratory, A........................... 36(2),166
Viscosity Experiment for High School Science Classes,
Demonstration and Assessment of a Simple............. 40(3),211
Visual Basic Applications as Teaching Aids for a Unit
Ops Course, Using Spreadsheets and....................... 37(4),316
Visualizing Surface Tension........................................... 39(4),328
Visualization Tools, Java-Based Heat Transfer.............. 38(4),282
VLE Envelopes in Mathcad, Construction and
Visualization of.......................................................... 37(1),20
Vulnerability Analysis, (BLEVE) Boiling-Liquid
Expanding-Vapor Explosion: An Introduction to
Consequence and .................................................. 36(3),206


w
Wastewater with an Electrochemical Method, Metal
Recovery from ......................................................... 36(2),144
Water Day: An Experiential Lecture for Fluid Mech.......37(3),170
Web-Based Delivery of ChE Design Projects................ 39(3),194
Web-Based VR-Form Virtual Laboratory........................ 36(2),102
Web Module to Teach Stochastic Modeling, Using a......39(3),244
Work, and Power, Energy Balances on the Human Body:
A Hands-On Exploration of Heat ............................... 39(1),30
Writing with First-Year Engineering: An Unstable
Solution, M ixing....................................................... 37(4),248
Written-Answer Questions to Complement Numerical
Problems Case Study: A Separation Processes
Course ....................................... 36(2),130


Y
Yellow Grease, Plant Design Project: Biodiesel
Production Using Acid-Catalyzed
Transesterification of ............................................ 40(3),215


z
Zeolites, Nanostructured Materials Synthesis of............... 38(1),34












Author Index


A
Abbas, Abderrahim ................... 36(3),236
Abraham, Martin A. ................. 34(2),272
Abu-Khalaf, Aziz M.................. 36(2),122
Adhangale, Parag ...................... 37(2),156
Akers, William H. ..................... 39(4),316
Albarran, Carlos Ponce de Leon.... 39(1)14
Al-Bastaki, Nader ..................... 36(3),236
Almeida, Paulo Ignacio F ........... 38(2),100
Alves, Manuel A. ...................... 38(2),154
Ang, Siong ................................ 36(3),182
April, G .C...................................... 38(1),8
Ang, Siong ................................ 38(3),174
Arce, Pedro E............................ 38(4),286
Armstrong, Robert C................. 40(2),104
Arnold, D.W.................................... 38(1),8
Ascanio, Gabriel ....................... 37(4),296
Assaf-Anid, Nada M.. 38(4),268;40(4),259

B
Baber, Tylisha M....................... 38(4),250
Badino Jr., Alberto C................. 38(2),100
Balakotaiah, Vemuri.................. 36(4),250
Balcarcel, R. Robert.................... 37(1),24
Barna, Bruce A............................ 36(2),94
Barritt, Amber M....................... 39(4),296
Bayles, Taryn ................. 37(2),82;(3),184
Beene, Jason D.......................... 38(2),136
Bennewitz, Marlene Roeckel von38(4),302
Benyahia, Farid........................... 39(1),62
Bernardo, Fernando P............... 39(2),116
Besser, Ronald S. ...................... 36(2),160
BeviA, Francisco Ruiz............... 36(2),156
Bhatia, Surita R......................... 36(4),310
Biernacki, Joseph J.................... 39(3),186
Binous, Housam........................ 40(2),140
Birol, Gulnur............................. 37(4),300
Blau, G ary................................. 37(4),310
Blaylock, Wayne ....................... 38(2),122
Bonet, Josep.............................. 36(2),150
Bowman, Christopher ................. 37(2),88
Bowman, Frank M....................... 37(1),24
Braatz, Richard D........ 36(3),182;38(3)174
Brauner, Neima......................... 37(2),148
Brazel, C.S. ................................... 38(1),8
Brenner, James R. ........................ 40(1)60
Brent, Rebecca.......... 36(3),204;37(2),106;
......(4),282;38(3),2),200;39(1),28;(3),200;
........... .................. ........ 40(3),173;
Briedis, Daina ........................... 38(4),250
Brown, Gary.............................. 39(4),280
Bruce, David A............. 39(2),104;(3),238
Bullard, Lisa G.......................... 39(3),194
Burkey, Daniel .......................... 39(3),183
Burmester, Jeffrey A................... 40(3),211
Burrows, Veronica..................... 38(2),132
Butler, Justin T .......................... 39(2),104


C
Caicedo, A. Argoti..................... 37(3),228
Carmona, Ximena Garcia............ 38(4),302
Carney, Michael ....................... 36(2),18
Carter. Rufus ........................... 39(4),296
Case, Jennifer M......... 36(1),42;39(4),288;
........................................ 40(4 ),29 1
Caspary, David W...................... 37(4),262
Castaldi, Marco J...... 38(4),268;40(3),203;
................................................... (4 ),2 5 9
Cecchi, Joseph L ...................... 37(3),208
Center, Alfred M. ...................... 36(4),278
Chakraborty, Saikat.... 36(4),250;37(3),162
Chang, Chih-Hung .................... 37(3),188
Chang, Jane P. ............................ 36(1),14
Chauhan, Anuj........................... 39(4),296
Chen, Bei..................................... 38(1),34
Chen, Wei-Yin................. 37(1),20;(3)228
Chen, Xiao Dong ......... 36(1),26;38(3),196
Chi, Yawu...................................... 38(1),34
Chin, Der-Tau............................ 36(2),144
Chou, S.T ................................... 37(3),228
Choudhary, Devashish ............... 40(4),313
Chuang, Steven S.C. ................... 38(1),34
Churchill, Stuart W......36(2),116;36(4),264
Cilliers, Jan ............................... 39(2),100
Cinar, A li................................... 37(4),300
Ciric, Am y................................. 39(2),164

Cohen, Claude............................. 38(2),82
Coker, A. Kayode........................ 37(1),44
Coker, David T............................ 37(1),60
Colina, Coray M......... 37(3),236;39(4),250
Colton, Clark K......................... 39(3),232
Cooper, Douglas J..................... 37(2).100
Coronell, Dan............................ 39(2),142
Corti, David S. .......................... 37(4),290
Crittenden, Barry......................... 39(1),76
Crowe, Cameron M............ 36(1),48;(1),60
Cruz, Antonio J.G. .................... 38(2),100
Cussler, Edward L..................... 40(2),114
Cutlip, Michael B...................... 37(2),148

D
da Silva, Dulce Cristina Martins.40(3),195
Dahm, Kevin D............ 36(3),192;(3)212;
.........37(1),68;(2),132;38(1),68;(4),316
................................................ 39(2),94
Dale, Frances F.......................... 40(3),211
Davis, Richard A............. 37(1),74;39(1)38
Demirel, Yasar................ 38(1),74;(4),254
Detamore, Michael.................... 39(4),272
DiBiasio, David......................... 37(4),248
Dickson, James M....................... 36(1),60
Dickson, Jasper L........................ 37(1),20
Doherty, Mike .............38(4).308;40(2),116
Donoso, Carmen Gloria........... 38(4),302


Dorazio, Lucas .......................... 38(4),268
Doskocil, Eric J......................... 37(3),196
Dougherty, Danielle .................. 37(2),100
Doyle III, Francis J. .................. 40(3),181
Dranoff, Joshua S...................... 36(3),216
Drwiega, Jack............................ 39(4),296
Duarte, Belmiro......................... 40(3),195
Dube, Sanjay K......................... 39(4),258
Dueben, Rebecca....................... 39(4),280
Durand, Alain............................ 39(4),264


E
Edgar, Thomas F ...................... 40(3),231
England, Richard......................... 39(1),76
Erkey, Can..................................... 39(1),56
Erzen, Fetanet Ceylan............... 37(4),300
Espino, Ramon L. .................... 36(4),316
Evans, Geoffery M.................... 38(3),190


E
Fahidy, Thomas Z........ 36(2),170;38(1),22
Falconer, John L.......................... 38(1),64
Fan, L.T ..................................... 40(2),132
Farrell, Stephanie.......... 36(2),108;(2),138;
..(3),198;37(1),52,68;38(2),108;(3),182
................................................. 3 9 (1),30
Farriol, Xavier........................... 36(2),150
Favre, Eric................................. 39(4),264
Felder, Richard M........... 36(1),32;(2),114;
..........(3),204;(4),282;37(1),30;(2),106;
..........(3),220;(4),282;38(1),32;(2),114;
.............(3),200;(4),280;39(1)28;(2),82;
............(3),200;(4),279;40(1),38;(2),96;
..........................(2),110;(3),173;(4)281
Fenton, James M......................... 38(1),38
Fenton, Suzanne S....................... 38(1),38
Fernmindez-Torres, Maria J........... 39(4)302
Ferri, James K........................... 37(3),202
Fisher, David W.......................... 37(4),262
Fleming, Patrick J. .................... 36(2),166
Fletcher, Nathan W...................... 40(1),40
Floyd-Smith, Tamara M............ 40(3),211
Flynn, Ann Marie........... 39(3),216;(4),316
Fogler, H. Scott........................... 40(2),99
Font, Josep ................................ 36(2),150
Ford, Laura P............................. 37(3),170
Forrester, Stephanie E ............... 38(3),190
Foutch, Gary L.......................... 37(2),122
Fowler, Michael ........................ 38(3),236
Franks, George V....................... 37(4),274
Franses, Elias I.......................... 37(4),290
Fraser, Duncan M......... 36(1),42;39(4),288
Franzen, Stefan ......................... 38(4),242
Freeman, Benny D...................... 37(1),60
Frey, Douglas .............................. 37(2),82
Friedly, John C. ........................... 38(1),54
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G
Gadewar, Sagar B. .................... 38(4),308
Gatzke, Edward P ....................... 40(1),24
Ghannam, Mamdouh................. 40(3),189
Glasser, Benjamin L.................... 38(1),14
Glennon, Brian.......................... 38(4),296
Gray, Jeffrey J. .......................... 40(4),297
Goldstein, Aaron S.................... 38(4),272
Goiter, Paul ............................... 39(4),280
GonzAlez-Fernmndez, Camino....... 37(1),14
Good, Theresa............................. 37(2),82
Gooding, Charles H. ...... 39(2),104;(2),128
Goodson, Mike.......................... 39(3),232
Gorowara, Rajeev L.................. 36(3),226
Gubbins, Keith E........ 37(3),236;38(4),242
............................. ..... 39(4),250
Gupta, Santosh K ...................... 36(4),304

H
Haji, Shaker................................. 39(1),56
Han, Sang M. ............................37(3),208
Hardin, M att.............................. 38(3),196
Harrison, Roger G..................... 40(4),323
Hart, John A. IV .......................... 37(1),20
Harvey, Roberta ........................ 38(4),316
H ayati, I..................................... 37(2),108
Hecht, Gregory B...................... 38(2),108
Henda, Redhouane.................... 38(2),126
Henderson, Tom........................ 39(4),280
Henson, Michael A.................... 40(3).181
Herandez, Rafael..................... 40(3),215
Hesketh, Robert P.......... 36(2),138;(3),192;
.36(3),198;37(1),52:37(1),68;38(3),182
*.....................38(1),48;39(1)30;(2),94
Hickner, Michael A..................... 36(2),94
Hill, Priscilla J........................... 40(4),246
Hillier, James R......................... 36(4),304
Hile, Lloyd ................................ 38(2),121
Hinestroza, Juan P..................... 37(4),316
Holland, Charles E...................... 40(1),24
Hollar, Kathryn A...................... 38(2),108
Hounslow, M.J. ......................... 37(2),108
Howe-Grant, Mary E ................ 38(3),168
Hrenya, Christine M.................... 40(2),99
Huang, Yinlun............................. 39(1),48
Hubbe, Marty ............................ 39(2),146
Hudson, Mary Beth..................... 40(1),32
Hummel, Scott R......................... 37(1),38
Hung, Francisco........................ 38(4),242

I
Ibrahim, Tableb H. ...................... 36(1),68
Iveson, Simon M........ 36(2),130;37(4),274


1J
Jacoby, William A ..................... 37(2),136
Jeffreys, Trent............................ 40(3),215
Jennings, G. Kane ....................... 37(1),24


Jim6nez, Laureano .................... 36(2),150
Johnston, Barry S...................... 39(3),232
Jones, Paul................................. 40(3),211
Joo, Yong Lak ........................... 40(4),313
Joseph, Babu ............................... 36(1),20


K
Kear, G areth................................ 39(1),14
Keffer, D .J................................. 37(2),156
Keith, Jason............................... 38(4),282
Kentish, Sandra E........................ 40(4),275
Khilar, K .C................................ 36(4),292
Kim ura, Sho.............................. 37(3),188
Koch, Margaret ......................... 36(4),304
Kolavennu, Panini K................. 40(3),239
Komives, Claire ....................... 38(3),212
Kopplin, Lisa L ......................... 36(4),304
Koretsky, Milo D. ..................... 37(3),188
Kourti, Theodora......................... 36(1),60
Kraft, Markus............... 39(3),232;(3),244
Krantz, William B....................... 38(2),94
Kuhnell, David R. ..................... 39(3),238
Kulprathipanja, Ann....................38(l),60
Kulprathipanja, Santi .................. 38(1),60
Kunz, H. Russell.........................38(1),38
Kwon, Kyung C............36(1),68;40(3),211


L
Labadie, Joseph A.......................36(1),76
Lacks, Daniel J.......................... 36(3),242
LaClair, Darcy........................... 37(3),180
Lam Alfred ............................... 38(3),236
Lane, A .M .................................... 38(1),8
Law, Victor J. ............................ 39(2),160
Lawrence, Benjamin J................ 38(2)136
Lebduska, Lisa .......................... 37(4),248
Lee-Desautels, Rhonda ............... 40(1),32
Lee-Parsons, Carolyn W.T. ......... 39(3),208
Legros, Robert........................... 37(4),296
LeVan, M. Douglas ....................... 37(1),2
Lewis, Randy S............ 38(2),136;40(1),66
Li, Grace X.M........................... 38(3),196
Lin, Jung-Chou ........................... 38(1),38
Linder, Cedric ........................... 39(4),288
Lipscomb, G. Glenn....... 36(2),82;37(1),46
Liu, X ue .................................... 38(1),14
Lobban, Lance L ....................... 38(3),162
Lombardo, Stephen J ................ 38(2),150
Long, Christopher E.................... 40(1),24
Loney, Norman W ..................... 37(2),126
Lou, Helen H............................... 39(1),48
Luks, Kraemer D......................... 36(1),76
Luyben, William L..... 38(2),142;39(3),202

M
Maase, Eric L............................ 40(4),283
Macedo, Eugenia A..................... 38(1),26
Machniewski, Piotr M............... 38(3),190


Madiera, Luis M............. 38(2),154;(3),228
Madihally, Sundararajan ............38(2),136;
.................................... 40(1),66;(4),283
Magalhaes, Ferao D... 38(3),228;40(1),46
Malone, Mike............................ 38(4),308
Marchal-Heussler, Laurent.......... 39(4),264
Mardones, Olga Mora............... 38(4),302
Mar Olaya, Maria del................ 36(2),156
Marten. Mark .............................. 37(2),82
Martinez-Urreaga, Joaquin ...........37(1),14
Marwaha, Anirudha................... 40(3),215
Mason, Sarah L......................... 39(4),328
May, Nicole............................... 40(4),259
Mazyck, David.......................... 39(4),296
Mazzotti, Marco........................ 40(3),175
McCarthy, Joseph J................... 38(4),292
McCullough Roy L ................... 36(3),226
McDonald, Christopher I............ 39(3),238
McNeil, Melanie A..... 38(3),212;39(2),134
McNeill, Vivian Faye................ 39(3),232
Mendes, Ad6lio M..................... 38(3),228
Mendes, Joaquim G. ................... 40(1),46
Miaoliang, Zhu.......................... 36(2),102
Michaud, Dennis J. ................... 36(3),226
Midoux, Noel............................ 39(4),264
M ira, Jose.................................... 37(1),14
Misovich, Michael J.................. 36(4),284
Missen, Ronald W.......... 37(3),222;(4),254
.......................................... 38(3),216
Mitchell, Brian S....................... 39(2),160
Moghe. Prabhas V. .................... 40(4),251
Mohan, Marguerite A................ 40(4),259
Monroe, Charles.......................... 39(1),42
Moor, S. Scott ........................... 36(1),54;
................................... 37(1),38; (3),202
Moreira, Antonio......................... 37(2),82
Morrison, Faith .......................... 39(2)110
Mosbach, Sebastian................... 39(3),244
Moshfeghian, Aliakbar................ 40(1),66
Mosto, Patricia.......................... 38(2),108
Moura, Maria Jose .................... 40(3),195
Muske, Kenneth R .... .37(4),306;40(3),225

N
Naraghi, Mohammad H ............ 39(3),216
Newman, John............................. 39(1),42
Newell, Heidi L............ 36(3),212;38(1),68
................................................... (4 ),3 16
Newell, James A............ 36(2),108;(3),212;
....................38(1),68;(4),316;39(3),228
Newman, Austin........................ 37(2),156
Niehues, Patricia K................... 39(3),194
Ng, Ka M ................................. 36(3),222
Nguyen, Anh V.......................... 38(3),190
Nollert, Matthias U...... 36(1),56;40(4),323

o
O'Connor, Kim ......................... 39(2),124
O'Donnell, Brendan R................ 36(2),94


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Oerther, Daniel B...................... 36(4),258
Oh, Dong Hee (Lindsey)............. 39(4),316
Olivera-Fuentes, Claudio G ....... 39(4),250
O'Rear, Edgar A........................ 38(3),162
Ortiz. Elizabeth Parra.................. 38(4),302
Ostafin, Agnes E.......................... 37(3),180

P
Palanki, Srinivas ....................... 40(3),239
Panjapornpon, Chanin................. 40(1),40
Papadopoulos, Kyriakos.. 36(2),88;(4),316
Park, YoonKook.......................... 36(1),68
Parker, Robert S......... 38(4),292;40(3),181
Parulekar, Satish J........ 38(4),262;40(1),14
Patel, Dhermesh V..................... 37(2),108
Paulaitis, Michael E .................. 36(2),166
Payne, Gregory ............................. 37(2),82
Pedrosa, Cristiana ......................... 40(1),46
Peeples, Tonya L....................... 37(3),174
Pena, J.A .................................. 36(3),206
Peretti, Steven W......................... 39(3),194
Perkins, Douglas M................... 39(2),104
Peukert, Wolfgang..................... 36(4),272
Pierson, Hazel M....................... 39(2),156
Piluso, Christina.......................... 39(1),48
Pinheiro, Maria Nazare Coelho... 40(3),195
Pinho, Simao P. ............................. 38(1),26
Pitt, Martin J......................... 37(2),108,154
Plouffe, P.B. .............................. 37(3),162
Prabhakar, Rajeev ......................... 37(1),60
Price, Douglas M. ..................... 39(2),156

R
Rao, Govind................................ 37(2),82
Rasteiro, Maria G....................... 39(2)116
Rech, Sabine ............ 38(3),212;39(2),134
Reijenga, Jetse C......................... 37(2),114
Reilly, Peter J ........................ 36(3),178
Rhodes, Martin.......................... 36(4),288
Rice, Robert ................................ 37(2),100
Rice, Richard W. ......................... 39(3),238
Rivera, Daniel E......................... 39(4)302
Rives, Christopher..................... 36(3),242
Roberts, Susan........................... 39(3),222
Robinson, Janet E...................... 37(2),154
Robinson, Ken K....................... 36(3),216
Rochefort, Skip ........................... 37(3),188
Rockstraw, David A. ................... 39(1),68
Rodrigues, Alfrio ..................... 38(2),154
Rogers, Bridget R....................... 37(1),24
Roizard, Christine ..................... 39(4),264
Rojas, Orlando ............................ 39(2),146
Rollins Sr., Derrick K................. 40(4),291
Ross, Julia M.................. 37(2),82;(3),184
Roth, Charles M........................ 40(4),251
Ruiz, Joaquin............................... 39(1),22
Rusli, Effendi..... 38(3)174 Russell, John J.
37(3),208
Russum, James P......................... 36(2),134


s
Saddawi, Salma........................... 36(1),34
Saliklis, Edmond P. ....................... 37(1),38
Salman, Agba D. ....................... 37(2),108
Sandall, Orville C.........................37(1),74
Santoro, Marina......................... 40(3),175
Saraiva, Pedro M......................... 39(2)116
Sauer, Sharon G. ....................... 38(3),222
Savage, Phillip E......................... 37(2),94
Savelski, Mariano J.......36(2),108;(3),192;
....37(1),68;38(3),182;39(1)30;39(2),94
Sayari, Abdelhamid..................... 38(1),34
Scarbrough, Will J..................... 40(4),291
Schmedlen, Rachael.................. 39(4),272
Schmid, Hans-Joachim ............. 36(4),272
Schmidt, Hartley T ................... 37(3),180
Schmidtke, David W ................ 40(4),323
Schmitz, Roger A............. 36(1),34;(4),296
Schowalter, W.R........................ 37(4),242
Schreiber, Loren B.................... 38(4),286
Schulp, John R. ......................... 40(2),132
Schultz, Jerome......................... 40(2),126
Scuderi, Phillip.......................... 39(4),280
Selmer, Anders.......................... 39(3),232
Sen, Siddhartha......................... 39(3),232
Shacham, Mordechai................. 37(2),148
Shaefer, Stacey.......................... 39(3),216
Shaeiwitz, Joseph A.................... 40(2),88
Shallcross, David C.... 37(4),268;40(4),275
Shambaugh, Robert L.................. 38(3)162
Shaner, Cyndie .......................... 37(3),188
Shanley, Ed S. ........................... 38(3),188
Sheardown, Heather.................... 36(1),60
Shonnard, David R.................... 37(4),262
Shulman, Stacey...................... 37(3),162
Sides, Paul J. ............................. 36(3),232
Siepe, Hendry............................ 37(2),114
Sikavitsas, Vassilios I................ 40(4),323
Silverstein, David L.................. 37(3),214
Simmons, Christy M................... 36(1),68
Simon, Laurent.......................... 37(2),126
Sin, Aaron ................................. 36(4),278
Slater, C. Stewart .......... 36(2),138;37(1),8;
............................ 37(1),52,68;38(1),48
Sloan, Dendy............................... 38(3),203
Smart, Jimmy L.......... 37(2),142;38(3),204
Smith, William R........... 37(3),222;(4),254
Soroush, Masoud......................... 40(1),40
Sotudeh-Gharebaagh, Rahmat .... 36(2),100
Sousa, Jos6 M............................ 38(3),228
Spencer, Jordan L..................... 40(3),159
Srinivasagupta, Deepak................. 36(1),20
Stoynova, Ludmila.................... 39(2),134
Streicher, Samantha .................. 39(4),288
Subramanian, Venkat R............... 40(4),307
Sureshkumar, G.K.......36(4),292;38(2),116
Svrcek, William........................... 40(1),54
T
Tanguy, Philippe A................... 37(4),296


T6llez, C ..................................... 36(3),206
Telotte, John C. ......................... 40(3),239
Thomas, Mathew....................... 40(3),215
Thomson, William J................. 39(4),280
Ting, Dale.................................... 36(4),304
Tomas, Christopher................... 36(3),216
Tummala, Seshu........................ 36(3),216
Turton, Richard........................... 40(2),88

II
Uygun, Korkut .............................. 39(1),48

Y
van der Lee, James........................ 40(1),54
Vahdat, Nader............................ 40(3),211
Van Wie, Bernie ........................ 39(4),280
Varma, Arvind ........................... 37(4),284
Visco Jr., Donald P..... 36(2),134;39(4),258


Wagner, Wolfgang..................... 39(3),244
W alsh, Frank ............................... 39(1),14
Wang, Chi-Hwa......................... 37(2),114
Wankat, Phillip.....37(4),310;38(1),2;40(3);
.......................... ........ ... 40(3),165;
Weiss, Alvin H ............................ 36(1),74
W eiss, Brian.............................. 40(3),203
W est, K ate................................. 39(4),288
Wheeler, Dean R......................... 39(2),138
Wheelock, Thomas D................. 36(3),178
White, Shannon H..................... 39(3),194
Whitmire, David ....................... 38(2),122
W iest, J.M .................................... 38(1),8
Wilcox, Jennifer........................ 40(4),268
Wilkens, Bob............................... 39(2),164
Willey, Ronald............ 38(3),188;39(3),183
Winter, H. Henning................... 36(3),188
W ood, Philip E..............................36(1),60
Woods, Donald R............... 36(1),60;40(2)
Worden, R. Mark....................... 38(4),250
Wright, Pamela ............................. 38(1),14

Y
Yabo, Dong ................................. 36(2),102
Ying, Chao-Ming ........................ 36(1),20
Young, Brent ............................... 40(1),54
Young, Ralph .............................. 40(1),32

Z
Zhang, Tengyan......................... 40(2),132
Zheng, Haishan ......................... 38(4),282
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