Bauer, assistant professor, Department of Art and Design, was invited
to be a resident artist for one month in fall of 2004 at Jentel Artist
Residency in Banner, Wyoming. Also, her work 20/100,000 Refuge Prostrations:
Joshua Tree, CA was accepted into the Visions VIII International
Juried Exhibition sponsored by the Cathedral Foundation, Inc.
Dalibor Froncek, assistant professor, Department of Mathematics
and Statistics, along with students Tereza Kovarova and Petr Kovar attended
the Thirty-fifth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics,
Graph Theory, and Computing in Boca Raton, FL where they presented Factorizations
of complete graphs into short caterpillars. Tereza Kovarova presented
the talk New Techniques for Decomposition of Complete Graphs into
Isomorphic Spanning Trees and Petr Kovar presented Vertex
Magic Total Labeling of Products of Regular VMT Graphs and Regular Class
1 Supermagic Graphs.
Thomas Hedin, professor, Department of Art and Design, has published
the article Le Petite Commande de 1664: apparition du burlesque
dans les jardins de Versailles, in the French journal Versalia:
Revue de la Société des Amis de Versailles, vol. 7 (2004):
Catherine Jo Ishino, assistant professor, Department of Graphic
Design, will show her poster, The Place Where the Sun Rises: Buddha
in the Brambles, as part of Outside In: an international poster
exhibit. To see more of the poster show, visit www.visualingual.org/outsidein.
Jim Klueg, professor and acting head, Department of Art and Design,
delivered a presentation entitled Just Your Type: Clay & Typography
at the 38th NCECA (National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts)
convention in Minneapolis, in March. Klueg also has two vases accepted
for Feats of Clay XVII, at the historic Gladding McBean terracotta
factory, Lincoln, CA.
James Riehl, professor and dean, College of Science and Engineering,
and Gilles Muller, assistant professor, Department of Chemistry, were
two of five authors for the lead article for the publication, Inorganic
Chemistry, March 22, 2004 Vol. 43 No. 6. This publication is published
by the American Chemical Society. More information can be found at: http://pubs.acs.org/journals/inocaj/index.html
Eunkyung Suh, assistant professor, Department of Art and Design,
was invited into the exhibition, Minimal Rings at the
Confident Gallery in St. Petersburg FL. The exhibition is in conjunction
with the Society of North American Goldsmiths Conference.
SEA GRANT NEWS
Douglas Jensen, Aquatic Invasive Species
Information Center coordinator, gave the presentation, Threats to
the Great Lakes: The Asian Carp Invasion at a meeting of the Western
Lake Superior Trollers Association in Duluth in March.
Randall Hicks, associate professor and head of the Biology Department,
gave the presentation, E. coli in the Lake Superior Watershed,
in March at Hartley Nature Center in Duluth and the North House Folk School
in Grand Marais for the Liquid Science Speaker Series, which
is sponsored by Sea Grant and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The following publications have been released on
the Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI), Economic Geology Groups
Web site (www.nrri.umn.edu/egg) for download.
Geology and Sedex Potential of Early Proterozoic Rocks, East-Central Minnesota,
by Mark J. Severson, Larry M. Zanko, Steven A. Hauck, and Julie
A. Oreskovich, NRRI University of Minnesota Duluth. (http://www.nrri.umn.edu/egg/TR200335.html)
Bedrock Geology and Lode Gold Prospect Data Map of the Mud Creek Road
Area, Northern St. Louis County, Minnesota, by Dean M. Peterson and Richard
L. Patelke-NRRI University of Minnesota Duluth. (http://www.nrri.umn.edu/egg/MAP012004.html)
research program received new funding from the National Institutes of
Health. A new grant totaling $1,141,175.00 was awarded by the
National Institute on Drug Abuse to support alAbsis research
for the next four years. The grant will help expand research on psychobiological
mechanisms of stress and smoking relapse conducted at the School of Medicine
in Duluth. alAbsis research focuses on the biology of stress,
pain, and nicotine addiction. For more information on this program, contact
Mustafa alAbsi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
faculty from the College of Pharmacy, Duluth are traveling to Seattle,
WA, to present posters at the 151st annual meeting of the American Pharmacists
Tim Stratton, associate professor, will present a poster describing
pharmacist-conducted testing for osteoporosis, diabetes, high cholesterol,
and respiratory dysfunction in rural Montana titled, ImProving Health
Among Rural Montanans (IPHARM): Mobile Pharmacist-Conducted Disease Screening
in Frontier Communities.
Sarah Westberg, assistant professor, will present Pharmaceutical
Care Evaluation of Non-English Speaking Patients, a project completed
as part of her pharmaceutical care leadership residency at the Community
University Health Care Center in Minneapolis.
Melissa Bumgardner, assistant professor, will present Implementation
of a Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Program in a Community Pharmacy,
research completed during her residency at the University of Colorado
Health Sciences Center.
Marcia Worley-Louis, assistant professor, will present two posters:
Developing Older Diabetics Medication-Related Knowledge, Beliefs,
and Perceived Abilities: Is the Pharmacist-Patient Relationship Important?
which is a project funded by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
New Investigator Program for Pharmacy Faculty, and another she co-authored
titled, Do Diabetic Patients Medication Use Beliefs and Perceived
Abilities Vary by Actual, Preferred and Potential Sources of Medication
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