April 22002, Volume 19 number 13
Ron Marchese, Department of Sociology and
Anthropology, had a manuscript entitled The Ancient Town of Plataiaiaccepted
to be published in Athena Review. The tri-authored article includes Andreas
Konecny of the University of Vienna and V. Arvanatinos, the director of
the Thebes Museum and discusses the excavations Marchese is conducting
Jo Mackiewicz, assistant professor, Department of Composition, recently presented her paper "Maintaining the Appearance of Collaboration: Collusion in Writing Center Discourse" at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Chicago.
Justin Rubin, assistant professor in the
music department, gave a recital on the Casavant organ at the Church of
St. Louis, King of France in Saint Paul, MN, as part of an international
recital series. Rubin was invited to perform one of his own works, a
Partita on Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern, a major work
by Max Reger, and music of the Baroque period.
David Schmalenberger, associate professor of music and assistant professor of theatre productions presented a paper entitled Ed Blackwell and the Free Jazz Movement for the national meeting of the Society for American Music held in Lexington, Kentucky, in March.
Alexis Pogorelskin, head of history department and associate professor of history; Continuing Education, recently lectured on the opposition to Stalin in the 1920s at the University of Helsinki. She was the guest of the Alexander Institute which is attached to the university and is devoted to the coordination of Area Studies in Finnish higher education.
SEA GRANT NEWS
Jeffrey Gunderson, associate director, and Jensen, along with Ronald Kinnunen, Michigan Sea Grant, co-hosted a training workshop, ANS-HACCP: Preventing the Spread of Aquatic Nuisance Species Via Aquaculture, Fish Stocking and Wild Baitfish Harvest.
Jensen was an invited luncheon panelist at a workshop for high school students participating in the upcoming Virginia Environthon, which has the theme of Introduced Species and Their Effect on Biodiversity. Students in dozens of participating states will compete to earn a trip to the national competition in Massachusetts later this year.
Gunderson presented the paper, Impacts of
Aquatic Nuisance Species on Baitfish and Aquaculture Industries.
Jensen co-presented a third paper, Blocking Westward Spread of Zebra Mussels Using Low Power Radio," along with Robert Pitman (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-Region 2, SW).
Gunderson, Jensen, and Kinnunen were also co-authors on fourth paper, Potential Dispersal of ANS by Live Bait in the Great Lakes Region, by Snyder, Charlebois, and Klepinger.
Jensen presented a poster, Promoting Community Stewardship on Exotic Aquatics Through Youth Participation, co-authored by Robin Goettel (Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant), Pam Borne Blanchard (Louisiana Sea Grant), Helen Domske (New York Sea Grant), Rosanne Fortner (Ohio Sea Grant), and Nancy Lerner (Washington Sea Grant).
Jensen also served as an invited panelist at the federal Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force-sponsored workshop, Building Consensus for Regional Policy on Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention and Control.
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