Periodicals

Newsletter Concept Developer, Writer, and Publication Layout, Florida Lift, Tampa, FL, 2007 to 2008.
  • The Hitch, February 2008
  • The Hitch, December 2007
  • The Hitch, August 2007
Contributor, Motivational Content, The Island Reporter, Tierra Verde, FL, 2004 to 2010.
  • “Blind Spots,” April 2010
  • “Right Paths,” March 2010
  • “Renaissance Moments,” January 2008
  • “Proprietary Information,” December 2008
  • “Two Words,” November 2008
  • “Meeting Economic Challenges,” October 2008
  • “Pandora’s Box,” September 2008
  • “Clutching Crutches,” August 2008
  • “The Importance of What is Not,” July 2008
  • “Chain of Untruth,” June 2008
  • “Today’s Decision,” May 2008
  • “Planning,” April 2008<
  • “Horizon Line,” March 2008
  • “Notches on the Belt,” February 2008<
  • “Broken Wings,” January 2008
  • “Giving Permission,” December 2007
  • “What You Get Back,” November 2007
  • “Where You Are,” October 2007
  • “Passing Judgment,” September 2007
  • “Agent of Change,” August 2007
  • “Making Time,” July 2007
  • “What are you doing today that will be worth remembering tomorrow?,” June 2007
  • “Holding Hands,” Tampa Bay Sounding, Newsletter of Tampa Bay Mensa, November 2004, Vol. 29, No. 10.
Statewide and National Engineering Journals featuring Sandra’s articles on University of South Florida College of Engineering research, Tampa, FL, 1990 to 1992.
  • “Waste makes haste,” Engineering News-Record, July 1/8, 1991, p. 22
  • “Assessing efficiency with the ‘solar simulator’,” Environmental Science & Technology, Oct 1992, Vol. 26, No. 10, 1992.
  • Callahan, Anita L., Callahan, John J., and Kischuk, Sandra J. “Intellectual Property Rights: Who Owns the Knowledge?,” Industrial Management, May/June 1993, pp. 6—9.
  • “State-of-the-Art Road Design at University of South Florida,” TR News, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, May-June 1991, Number 154, p.24.
  • “Civil engineering students switch to high-tech software,” Oracle, University of South Florida Student Newspaper, January 30, 1991.
– Florida Engineering Society Journal
  • “Students Practice State-of-the-Art Road Design,” Florida Engineering Society Journal, February 1991, p.18.
  • “University of South Florida,” Florida Engineering Society Journal, February 1991, p.18.
  • Kischuk, Sandra; Anderson, Mel, P.E. “The Enigma of Engineering Ethics,” Florida Engineering Society Journal, January 1991, pp. 19–22.
– Florida Environments
  • “Researchers experiment with design for reusable landfills,” Florida Environments, October 1992.
  • “Reverse osmosis study explains puzzling characteristics of membrane water purification,” Florida Environments, June 1991, pp. 12 – 13.
  • “Certificate in solid and haz-waste management offered by USF,” Florida Environments, November 1990, p. 15.
– Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association
  • “(Flexible Membrane Liners),” News Focus: University of South Florida, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, November 1990, Volume 40, No. 11
  • “(Landfill Mining),” News Focus: University of South Florida, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, December 1990, Volume 40, No. 12
– University of South Florida Magazine
  • “State-of-the-Art Road Design Classes Pave The Way for Civil Engineers,” University of South Florida Magazine, Winter 1992.
  • “USF Basks in Solar Limelight,” University of South Florida Magazine, Fall 1992.
  • “Glen Besterfield named Engineering Teacher of the Year,” University of South Florida Magazine, Summer 1991.
  • “Solar-Powered Cars,” “More on the Sun,” “Data-Shrinking Chip,” “Wood Wonder,” University of South Florida Magazine, Spring 1991.

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