Tuesday, April 13, 2004, VOLUME 21 NUMBER 13

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Gloria DeFilipps Brush, professor, Department of Art and Design, has work in the invitational exhibition “MOVE” from May 8 - July 4. This inaugural exhibition, exploring concepts about change, transformation, progression, initiation, displacement and relocation, coincides with the opening of the new Rochester Art Center in Rochester, Minnesota.

James H. Fetzer, McKnight Professor of Philosophy, presented a lecture on conspiracy theories at Harvard in April. Fetzer explained the importance of examining each suspected case on its own merits, using examples drawn from the study of the death of President John F. Kennedy. His presentation was made at the invitation of Jesse Ventura, a Fellow in the Kennedy School of Government this semester.

Kathryn Riley, professor, Department of Composition, and John Spartz, MA student, English, presented a paper entitled “Arguments for Web Accessibility: A Rhetorical Analysis” at the annual convention of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing in San Antonio in March. They have been invited to submit a written version of the paper to the Journal of Technical Writing and Communication.

Cindy S. Spillers, associate professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, presented a paper entitled “Existentialism and the Speech-Language Pathologist” to the 34th Annual Mid-South Conference on Communicative Disorders.


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