Suzanne Menzel

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One hundred thirteen women and 27 healthy controls were studied throughout pregnancy, at delivery, and followed up with their babies during lactation. Thirty-eight of the mothers with lepromatous leprosy were found to have solid-staining bacilli in skin smears or biopsies, and hence were considered potentially highly infectious to their unborn children by(More)
INTRODUCTION In the pre-sulphone and early sulphone years children of leprous parents had been followed in a few prospective studies to observe the development of leprosy. No studies were made of the growth and development of these children. METHODS A prospective, open-ended, cohort study began in 1975 with follow-up of both mothers and their children(More)
Fifty-four household contacts of lepromatous patients, 39 household contacts of tuberculoid patients, and 99 control persons were examined with an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for their antibody responses to phenolic glycolipid-I (PGL-I) of Mycobacterium leprae using a synthetic analog (PGL-ISA) with the same terminal sugar epitope, namely, O-(3,(More)
Peer tutoring is a simple, low-cost intervention that can be implemented in CS1/2 courses. It is hypothesized that peer tutoring helps students build a sense of community, succeed in course work, and build confidence to take further courses in the major. This paper examines the latter two hypotheses by examining the predicted and actual behavior of students(More)
Starting with the 2003 academic year, the advanced placement (AP) exams in computer science conducted by the college board moved from a C++ to a Java based curriculum. In order to assist high school computer science teachers with the transition from C++ to Java, the ACM together with the college board conceived of Java Engagement for Teacher Training (JETT)(More)
This paper is about building a pipeline of underrepresented students from high schools to graduate schools, with outreach programs at each of the 10 HBCUs serving as a crucial middle link. The glue that holds the pipeline together is a mutual and collaborative effort to develop outreach programs at each of the 10 HBCUs. The HBCUs benefit from increased(More)
Outreach programs communicating the importance and diversity of computing to K-12 students are essential to improving attitudes toward computing. However, the effectiveness of outreach programs, and roadshows in particular, has only recently come under study. <i>Just Be</i> is an outreach roadshow program at Indiana University. It directly addresses(More)
M. ANSELMINO, M. BOGLIONE, J. C. COLLINS, U. D’ALESIO, A. V. EFREMOV, K. GOEKE, A. KOTZINIAN, S. MENZEL, A. METZ, F. MURGIA, A. PROKUDIN, P. SCHWEITZER, W. VOGELSANG, F. YUAN Università di Torino and INFN, Sezione di Torino, Italy Penn State University, 104 Davey Lab, University Park PA 16802, U.S.A. INFN, Sezione di Cagliari and Università di Cagliari,(More)
This paper highlights several viewpoints concerning a small regional conference for women in computing, which is modeled after the successful and well-known Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. The viewpoints include rationale for the conference, descriptions of the celebration that provide a snapshot which captures the ease of organizing a(More)