Dr. Wendy Hupp has been selected as the 2003 Enid A. Neidle Scholar-in-Residence by the American Dental Education Association (ADEA). This fellowship enables a scholar to focus on a broad range of issues facing female faculty members, such as promotion, advancement and tenure policies, advanced education and research opportunities, and other gender-related issues. Dr. Hupp is currently assistant professor of oral medicine at Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. She will spend time over the next year in Washington, D.C. with the national ADEA office. Dr. Hupp will be exposed to a broad range of activities in progress including visits to Capitol Hill and contact with agencies in the Washington Metropolitan Area. Her current research interests include tobacco and women's health, and she also hopes to refine the relationship between the ADEA and AAWD. Dr. Hupp will be working with Dr. Jeanne Sinkford, the director of the Center for Equity and Diversity (of the ADEA). Dr. Paula Friedman, another AAWD member, was recently inaugurated as president of the ADEA.