Dalibor Froncek, assistant professor, Department
of Mathematics and Statistics, presented a contributed talk Packing
Trees into Complete Graphs at the Sixteenth Midwest Conference on
Combinatorics, Cryptography and Computing at Southern Illinois University
in Carbondale, Illinois in November.
Kathryn Riley, professor, and Jo Mackiewicz, assistant professor,
Composition Department and Linguistics Program, published Resolving
the Directness Dilemma in Document Review Sessions with Nonnative Speakers
in IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, vol. 46 (March
2003), pp. 1-16.
Riley also gave a keynote address on Linguistics and the Creative
Class at the 29th annual Deseret Language and Linguistics Society
Symposium, in March at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
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Mustafa al'Absi, associate professor, Department of Behavioral
Sciences, presented three sessions at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the
Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco in New Orleans in February:
He co-chaired a session with Elaine Gritz, entitled Gender and Smoking:
Initiation, Effects, and Treatment. He presented a seminar entitled,
Attenuated Cortisol Responses to Acute Stressful Challenge are Associated
with Enhanced Desire to Smoke, with co-authors; Angie Harju,
junior scientist, and Larry Wittmers, associate professor of medicine
and molecular physiology. He also presented, Pituitary-Adrenocortical
Responses to Sress and Negative Affect as Predictors of Smoking Relapse
in Men and Women, with co-authors; Deanna Ellestad, research
nurse, Larry Wittmers, and Gary Davis, behavioral sciences
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