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Dr. Jerry R. McMurtry
Assistant Professor, College of Education
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844

Research Interests:
NBPTS certification
Professional/technical education
Human Resource Development
Academic Exchange Quarterly publication:
"National board certification: Making the choice to seek certification" Spring 1999.

For complete vita, please visit Jerry's webpage
Peg Tittle
Academic Support Services Coordinator and Instructor
Nipissing University
North Bay, Ontario
Canada P1B 8L7

Academic Interests:
writing, thinking, applied ethics, teaching
Academic Exchange Quarterly publication:
"Public Universities: For Members Only?" Summer 1999
"The Freedom to Fail, The Right to Succeed" Spring 1999
"Thinking 0100" Winter 1998
"Absence of Imagination" Fall 1998
"The Struggle for Dead Air" Summer 1998
"How Many Specialists Does It Take to Change a Lightbulb?" Spring 1998
"Being There" Winter 1997
Dr. Anthony Scime'
Assistant Professor
Computer Science Department
State University of New York at Brockport
Brockport, NY 14420

The Web as an information system and database,  Information retrieval,   Knowledge creation
Undergraduate teaching of computer science and information systems
Academic Exchange Quarterly publications:
"Volume 22 On Line." Fall 1999
"Cutting Bait with Yahoo!" Summer 1999
"Search Engines. Part One: Alta Vista." Spring 1999
"Teaching the Computer Literacy Course to a Disparate Group of Students." Winter 1998
Dr. Ben Varner
Associate Professor
English Department
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO 80639

Composition,   English Literature,   Victorian Literature
Composition Theory,   Bronte Sisters,   Charles Dickens
Academic Exchange Quarterly publications:
"Wuthering Heights and Ambiguity" Summer 1999
"Listserving with a Friend" Spring 1999
"Which Is Better: Teaching in a Two-Year College or Four-Year College?" Summer 1998
Victor Lee
Associate Professor, Head of Management Department
The Open University of Hong Kong
30 Good Shepherd Street, Homantin, Kowloon
Hong Kong

Research Interests:
Management Education in China and Hong Kong
Quality management systems in higher education
Application of information technology in Distance Education.
Academic Exchange Quarterly publication:
"Management and Development of Higher Education Institution:
A Case Study at The Open University of Hong Kong" Summer 1999
Dr. Chris Zirkle
Assistant Professor
Department of Industrial Technology Education
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN 47809

Educational leadership and administration,   Vocational teacher education,
School-to-work transition,   Human resource management and development
Academic Exchange Quarterly publication:
"Successful School-to Careers Practices" Summer 1999

For complete vita, please visit Chris' webpage
James (Jaimie) Birge
Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Campus Compact
800 North Third Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102

Education and Interests :
Currently working on Ph.D. in educational leadership at Gonzaga
University.   Works with organizations to educate men and
women to take leadership roles in a changing society.
Academic Exchange Quarterly publication:
"Sysiphusian Exercise: Service Learning's Distinction from Internships." Summer 1999
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