Förster transfer rates for Chlorophyll a, *Photochemistry and Photobiology*
**29** (1979) 1163 – 1167 (with Lester Shipman).

Enumeration of hamiltonian paths in Cayley diagrams, *Aequationes Mathematicae*
**23** (1981) 80 – 97.

Apportionment: reflections on the politics of mathematics, *Engineering:
Cornell Quarterly* **16** (1982) 16 – 22 (with William
Lucas).

Reapportionment by weighted voting, Cornell OR&IE Technical Report #533, January 1982 (with William Lucas, John Maceli, and Michael Hilliard).

Infinite player noncooperative games and the continuity of the Nash equilibrium
correspondence, *Mathematics of Operations Research* **13**
(1988) 488 – 496.

Observations from both sides of the fence, Models for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (Lester Senechal, Editor), Mathematical Association of America, 1991.

Facilitating learning events through example generation, *Educational Studies
in Mathematics* **33** (1997) 283-299 (with Randall P. Dahlberg).

Core and monotonic allocation procedures, International Journal of Game Theory 27 (1998) 611 – 616 (with Lori Clark).

Values for partition function form games, International Conference on Game Theory, SUNY Stony Brook, New York, July 7-11, 1997.

Fair allocation, Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America meeting, St. Mary's College, November 1998.

Strategic and cooperative game theory, student workshop, Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America meeting, Indiana University, March, 1999.

What convinces above-average mathematics students? Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America meeting, Valparaiso University, October 1999 (with Mary Porter).

The mathematics of congressional apportionment, American Association for the Advancement of the Sciences, Washington, DC, February 2000.

Proof schemes and learning strategies of above-average mathematics students, Research Presession of the 78th Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Chicago, April 2000 (with Mary Porter).

Exploring the relationship between students' learning strategies and their views on the nature of mathematical proof, 5th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Chicago, September 2000.

Getting the most for your vote, Manchester College, November 2001.

A beautiful mind: some game theory of John Nash, student workshop, Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America meeting, Butler University, March, 2003.

Fair division with money, Manchester College, November 2003.

Congressional apportionment, Pi Mu Epsilon induction, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, May, 2004.

Solutions for partially defined cooperative games, International Conference on Game Theory, Stony Brook Universit, July 12-16, 2004.