Bartlett, professor, Department of Womens Studies, has recently
published her book, Rebellious Feminism: Camuss Ethic of Rebellion
and Feminist Thought, published by Palgrave Macmillan.
Sarah Bauer, assistant professor, Department of Art and Design,
will have her work 40/100,00 Refuge Prostrations: Joshua Tree, CA
in an exhibit at the New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, New Jersey,
as a part of the 18th International Juried Show 2004. The juror will be
Charlotta Kotik, curator at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. A catalog of the
art in the show will also accompany the exhibit.
Gloria DeFilipps Brush, professor, Department of Art and Design,
has work in the 25 Annual Paper in Particular Exhibition in
the Sidney Larson Gallery at Columbia College in Columbia, MO. Her work
was selected by noted printmaker David Leach of Wayne State University
in Dayton, OH.
Dalibor Froncek, assistant professor, Department
of Mathematics and Statistics, served as a member of the program committee
of the First Multidisciplinary International Conference on Scheduling:
Theory and Applications (MISTA 2003) held in Nottingham, England. He also
presented a contributed talk Round Robin Tournaments with No Breaks
in Home-Away Patterns.
Carmen Latterell, Mathematics and Statistics,
had her article, A Snapshot of the Calculus Classroom published
in PRIMUS, volume 13, issue 4, pages 340-160.
Ron Marchese, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, and Thomas
Hedin, Department of Art, led the classical study tour of Greece, sponsored
by International Programs, during the winter interim session. Twenty-four
students from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities and Duluth campuses
and Iowa State University participated in the program. Since this is an
Olympic year all four panhellenic sites were visited, including Delphi,
Nemea, Isthmia, and finally Olympia.
Robert Repinski, associate professor, Art and Design, will have
work included in the upcoming exhibition NeoQueer which will
be on view at the Center on Contemporary Art, in Seattle, WA. Repinskis
mixed-media piece, True Cross was selected by curators, David
Lloyd Brown, graduate program director for the School of the Museum of
Fine Arts, Boston; Maura Reilly, curator for feminist art at the Brooklyn
Museum, and Craig Houser, freelance critic and former assistant curator
at the Guggenheim Museum.
Repinski will discuss his work and join artists Harmony Hammond, Carrie
Moyer and Sallie McCorkle in a panel discussion entitled Queer Artists
Speak during the 2004 Annual Conference of the College Art Association,
which will also be held in Seattle, coinciding with the exhibition.
Repinski will also have work included in the exhibition
Objects in/and Visual Culture which will be held at the Zoller
Gallery of Penn State University. The show pairs the work of contemporary
artists with works from the collection of the universitys Palmer
SEA GRANT NEWS
Douglas Jensen, aquatic invasive species
information center coordinator, gave a guest lecture, Aliens in
Our Waters: The Silent Invasion, to students enrolled in a course
on Current Environmental Topics, offered by Jane Wattrus, College of St.
Scholastica, in December.
Jensen gave the presentation, Alien Invaders of the Great Lakes:
Take Precautions When You Dive at the 16 Annual Gales of November
Conference, in Duluth.
Jensen also gave the presentation, AIS Boater Outreach: Is It Worth
It? at the Zebra Mussel Coordination Meeting of concerned Kansas
and Oklahoma state and federal agencies, Wichita, KS.
Jesse Schomberg, coastal communities and land use planning extension
educator, gave an invited presentation, Linking Land Use to Water
Quality, at the annual meeting of the Northern Chapter of the American
Institute of Architects, in Duluth.
He also gave the presentation, Linking Land Use to Duluths
Water Quality, to the Duluth City Council in January.
Subhash Basak and Denise Mills, along
with Douglas Hawkins (Department of Statistics, University of Minnesota)
and Hisham El-Masri (Computational Toxicology Laboratory, Division of
Toxicology, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia) published the paper
Prediction of human blood:air partition coefficient: A comparison
of structure-based and property- based methods in the international
journal, Risk Analysis, Vol. 23, 2003, pp. 1173-1184.
At the Third Annual Forest and Wildlife Research Review held at UMD on
January 15, 2004, Ron Moen, Natural Resources Research Institute
(NRRI), and Rolf Peterson (Michigan Technological University), presented
a talk on Predicting Fuel Loading and Fire Probability with Gap
Models: An Example from Isle Royale. Also, Mark White and
George Host (both of NRRI), presented a talk on Effects of
Temperature and Trap Density on Gypsy Moth Recapture Rates and Flight
Patterns in Northeastern Minnesota.
NRRI poster presentations at the same conference were, Changes in
Disturbance Frequency, Age, and Patch Structure from Pre-Euro-American
to Settlement to Present in the Mixed Forest Province of Minnesota,
by Mark White and George Host. They also presented Changes
in Minnesotas Forest Spatial Patterns from the 1930s to the Present:
An Analysis of Historic and Recent Air Photos.
Rebecca Knowles, U of M-St. Paul, presented a poster on Peltigera,
a Genus of Nitrogen-Fixing, Terricolous Lichens: Its Contribution of Nitrogen
to Forest Soils of Northern Minnesota, with John Pastor (NRRI),
and David Biesboer (U of M-St. Paul), Mike Russelle (USDA-Agricultural
Research Service), and John Snyder (Voyageurs National Park).
Also, Chris Burdett and Ron Moen presented a poster on Preliminary
Results of Canada Lynx Movement Study, Superior National Forest,
with L. David Mech of the U.S. Geological Survey-Biological Resources
Division, and Gerald Niemi (NRRI). And, Jennifer Milan Olker,
Lucinda Johnson, Rich Axler and Cathy Johnson presented a poster
on UV-B Exposure to Wood Frogs in Minnesota Vernal Pools.
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