2005 University Scholars

Sarah Banks
Department of English and Modern Foreign Languages
Transcripts and Translations of Libro primero de muertos de pardos y negros que da principio en ano de 1796

Li-Jing Arthur Chang
Department of Mass Communications
Reasons behind Newspaper Reporters Job Satisfaction and the Satisfaction-Turnover Intention Link: A Cross-Cultural Study

Dal Didia
Department of Economics, Finance and General Business
Growth without Growth: An Analysis of the State of Minority-Owned Business in the U.S. from 1987 to 1997

Ibrahim Farah
Department of Biology
Differential Modulation of Intracellular Energetics in A549 and MRC-5 Cells

Adrian Hull
Department of Political Science
Chess on Three Boards: Domestic, National and International Influences on Party Politics in Bulgaria

Mohammad Khadivi (with Benjamin Ngwudike)
Department of Mathematics
Improving Mathematics Achievement through Teacher Professional Development

Preselfannie McDaniels
Department of English and Modern Foreign Languages
Mothering Issues in Dorothy West's The Wedding

Benjamin Ngwudike (with Mohammad Khadivi)
Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education
Improving Mathematics Achievement through Teacher Professional Development

Palaniappan Thiagarajan
Department of Management and Marketing
Role Strain in Single Parents: The Effects of Role Conflict and Role Ambiguity

Peng Wang
Department of Management and Marketing
Transformational Leadership and Follower Creativity: Mediating Role of Creative Identity and Creative Efficacy

Zhenbu Zhang
Department of Mathematics
The Effects of Diffusion Rates for Some Reaction-Diffusion Models Involving Multiple Prey and Multiple Predators