Higher Education Research Data Collection 2001
de Berg, K. C., & Chapman, K. J. (2001). The determination of the magnetic moments of transition metal complexes using rare earth magnets. Journal of Chemical Education, 78, 5, pp.
de Berg, K. C. (2001). Background derivations of formulae for magnetic moment and magnetic susceptibility. Journal of Chemical Education (Supplement), 78, 5, pp. 670-673.
de Berg, K. C. (2001). Some difficulties in interpreting alkali metal trends at the senior chemistry level. The Australian Science Teachers Journal, 47, 4, pp. 47-48.
Rogers, L. J. (2001). The history and significance of the design argument. Christian Spirituality and Science. 2, pp. 1-8. Cooranbong, NSW: Avondale Academic Press.
Ward, E., & Hancock, M. (2001). Intelligent design: The biochemical challenge to evolution. Christian Spirituality and Science, 2, pp. 7-24. Cooranbong, NSW: Avondale Academic Press.
Young, N. H. (2001). Where Jesus has gone as a forerunner on our behalf (Heb 6:20). Andrews University Seminary Studies, 39, 2, pp. 165-173.
Smedley, A., Sundin, J., & Campbell, G. (2001). Guide to Labour. Peakhurst, NSW: Childbirth Education Association of Australia.
Young, N. H. (2001). Syntax Lists for Students of New Testament Greek. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Research Grants (External)
Fisher, H. (Chair of the Dora Creek Catchment Group) (2001). Research Grant, $74,000 awarded jointly by the Lake Macquarie City Council and the Department of Land & Water Conservation.
Morton, D, (2001). Research Grant, $4,000 awarded by the Sanitarium Health Food Company.
Currow, S. J., & McIver, R. (2001). Research Grant awarded by Greater Sydney Conference of SDAs for research on demographic tithing trends in Greater Sydney.
Currow, S. J. (2001). Research Grant, AU$6000 awarded by the South Pacific Division of SDAs together with and NZ$2000 awarded by the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference to conduct Church Life Surveys.
Research Grants (Internal)
Fisher, B. J., & Gill, M. (2001). Avondale College Foundation grant for research on Reading Adventure Backpacks.
Morton, D, (2001). Avondale College Foundation research grant of $3,000.
Ward, E. (2001). Avondale College Foundation research grant for research on Problem Based Learning in the Biological Sciences.
Supervision of postgraduate research/thesis
Roennfeldt, R, Associate supervisor for Ann-Maree Hope, PhD candidate, Griffith University, Qld.
Ashton, M. G. (2001, March). Analysis and design for the Practice Teaching Database. Cooranbong: Avondale College, 20 pages.
Fisher, H. J., (2001). Chairperson of the Dora Creek Catchment Group Inc (DCCG), a community group with government and industry representation, administering grants totalling $74,000 from the Natural Heritage Trust and the Environment Trust.
- Initiatives include Water Quality Monitoring Program, Creekbank Restoration Program, Community Education Program, and production of a Catchment Management Plan. Activities include bimonthly management committee meetings and public education field days.
- H Fisher is directly responsible for the Water Quality Monitoring Project (grants of $48,000), involving among other things a monthly report to the Department of Land & Water Conservation, the Lake Macquarie City Council, the Lake Macquarie Catchment Coordinator, and the EPA.
- H Fisher is involved in the production, with the Department of Land and Water Conservation, of a Dora Creek Catchment Management Plan.
Howson, K. (2001). Internal Audit and Church Organisations. Report to Associate Directors of the General Conference Auditing Department, 118 pages.
Steele, A., with Bonetti, A., Flemming, D., Mercer, D., & Tan, M. (2001). Radio listening survey report. An original research design and survey report for Sunshine Coast Radio,74 pages.
Original creative works
Ashton, M. G. (2001, February). Photograph and Cover Design for the book by R. McIver, New Testament Greek made easier, Cooranbong, Avondale Academic Press.
Reynaud, D, Harmless (CD), Cooranbong, NSW, Avondale Music, August 2001, 52 min, 30 sec.
Morton, D. (2001, July). The benefits of exercise. Media interview, 2NUR-FM Wellbeing program.
Morton, D. (2001, Feb). Discussion on muscular cramps, Media interview, 2NUR-FM Lifestyle program.
Bradford, S. G. (2001, November 29). Preachers and hearers: A comparison of perspectives. Paper published in the proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Homiletics, Eden Theological Seminary, St Louis, Missouri, USA, pp. 237-245.
Cozens, M. E. & Robinson, G. L. (2001, July 1-4). The Clever Kid's Reading Program: Metacognition and reciprocal teachers. Paper published in the proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Reading, Dublin City University.
de Berg, K. C. (2001). History and philosophy of science in the classroom. Paper published in the proceedings of the Science Teachers Professional Development Seminar, 9-10 August, Avondale College.
de Berg, K. C. (2001). Science and religion in the crucible. Paper published in the proceedings of the Science Teachers' Professional Development Seminar, 9-10 August, Avondale College.
de Berg, K. C. (2001). Mendeleev and the Periodic Table. Paper published in the proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of the History, Philosophy of Science, University of NSW, October, pp. 47-53.
Gibbons, A. (2001, February). First Master of Nursing courses leading to authorisation to practice as a nurse practitioner. Royal College of Nursing Australia Connections, 4, 1, 1.
Grillmeier, G. G. (2001). Limited shelf life: Fibre artists of the Hunter John Paynter Gallery Newcastle, NSW, Craft Arts International, 51, 2.
McIver, R. K. (2001). Review of Wendy Dabourne, Purpose and cause in Pauline exegesis published by Cambridge University Press, Colloquium, 33, pp. 82-83.
Morton, D., Aragon-Vargas, L. F., & Callister, R. (2001, October). Effect of ingested fluid composition on the experience of exercise-related transient abdominal pain, Paper published in the proceedings of the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport
Morton, D. (2001, August). The truth about stitches. Australian Fitness Network Magazine, 14, 3.
Morton, D., & Aune, T. (2001, October). Role of the thoracic spine in the experience of exercise-related transient abdominal pain. Paper published in the proceedings of the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport.
Reynaud, D. (2001, July). The influence of dramas on the ANZAC legend between the wars. Illusions: The imaginary partnership 32, 7, pp. 9-15.
Reynaud, D. (2001, December). Australian history at the movies: Using historical film in Australian history. Teaching History 35, 4, pp. 17-21.
Rieger, W. G. (2001, Summer) Women principals: A look in the rear vision mirror, Going Places, 3-4.
Rogers, L. J. (2001). Helping students make sense of the solar system. Paper published in the proceedings of the 4th History, Philosophy and NSW Science Teaching Conference, University of New South Wales, October, pp. 10-
Rogers, L. J. (2001, November 6). Footprints of a Designer. Bungarribee, 41, 18, pp. 8.
Ward, E., Williams, A., & Mauffette, Y. (2001). The science graduate, a technician or a thinker: What can PBL Contribute? Paper published in the proceedings of the 3rd Asia Pacific Conference on Problem Based Learning, Yeppoon, Qld, December 9-12, pp. 440-462.
Ward, E., & Williams, A. (2001). A hybrid of Problem Based Learning in higher level biochemistry: A first experience. Paper published in the proceedings of the 3rd Asia Pacific Conference on Problem Based Learning, Yeppoon, Qld, December 9-12, pp. 428-439.
Smedley, A. (2001, July). Creating user-friendly distance packages using print materials. Nursing Review, 7, 1.
Young, N. H. (2001). Review of David de Silva, Perseverance in gratitude: A socio-rhetorical commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, Eerdmans and Paternoster, Spectrum Online, 1, 1.
de Berg, K. C. (2001). Editorial: Thinking through the design argument. Christian Spirituality and Science: Issues in the Contemporary World, pp. 3-6. Cooranbong, NSW, Avondale Academic Press,
Anderson, M. I., Parmenter, T., & Mok, M. (2001). The impact of a spouse who has sustained a severe closed head injury on family functioning and the psychological wellbeing of the partner. 4th World Congress on Brain Injury, Torino, Italy, 5-9 May 2001.
Anderson, M. I,, Parmenter, T., & Mok, M, (2001). A model for understanding the impact of traumatic brain injury on family functioning and psychological distress in spouses/caregivers. Education Forum: Nurses Doing Research, 1-4 October.
Coulson, M. T. (2001, Aug 20). Developments and direction in educational leadership. Seminar for principals of SDA schools in South Queensland and Northern Australia Conferences, Brisbane.
Cozens, M. E. (2001, May 2). Reading Workshop, Curriculum and Primary Educators (CAPE) Workshop, North New South Wales Conference, Yarrahappinny.
Cozens, M. E., & Fisher, B. (2001, March 21). Issues in teaching the English Curriculum. Education Directors' Summit, Avondale College.
Currow, S. J., & McIver, R. K., A provocative study of tithing trends in Australia. Ministry, 74, 8, pp. 24-29.
de Berg, K. C. (2001). The development of the theory of electrolytic dissociation. IHPSST Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, November 7-11.
Gibbons, A. (2001). What constitutes advanced nursing practice? Educational programs available to help you meet the criteria of assessment. Northern Sydney Area Health Service, 5 October.
Greive, C. E. (2001). Activities in Primary Science. Curriculum and Primary Educators (CAPE) Workshops conducted at the South Qld SDA Conference, 9 April; Victorian SDA Conference, 30 April; North NSW SDA Conference, 14 May; Western Australian SDA Conference, 14 May; Western Australian SDA Conference, 22 October.
Herman, W. M. (2001, May). Primary Physical Education. Curriculum and Primary Educators Workshop, North NSW Conference.
Hansen, D. E. (2001, April 13-21). Reformation history lectures (x4), Seventh-day Adventist Convention, South New South Wales Conference.
Howson, K. (2001, June 28-30). Reaching the world: International, intercultural and ethical issues. Paper presented at the Conference on International Teaching: An Exploratory View, www.andrews.edu/sba
, Andrews University School of Business Conference, Andrews University.
Miller, W. Elected President of the Outdoor Recreation Council of Australia (ORCA).
Rieger, W. G. (2001, Aug 10-12). Accountability: Talents put to the test. Presentation at the Redeeming the Academic Mind Conference, North Parramatta, NSW.
Rogers, L. J. (2001). Can a Christian be a scientist? Design from Paley to Polkinghorne, 2-day seminar on Origins, Sydney Adventist Forum & Sabbatical, Kellyville, NSW, August 4-5.
Rogers, L. J. (2001). Footprints of a Designer. Lecture for Blacktown Rotary Club, 6 November.
Steele, A, (2001, Feb 22-23). Radio Broadcast Training Seminars (x3), Adventist Media Centre, Wahroonga.
Wilkinson, G. (2001). The ethics of power in decision making: Implications for nurses. Royal College of Nursing Conference, 25-27 July.