Matt Andrews, professor, Department of Biology,
was a recipient of the 2005 College of Science and Technology Distinguished
Alumni Award from Central Michigan University. Andrews received his M.S.
in Biology at CMU in 1981. He delivered a seminar on his current UMD research
and was presented with the award at a ceremony in Mount Pleasant, Michigan
on October 20.
Robert Appleton, Department of Art and Design, is Podcasting his
Graduate Seminar classes in Graphic Design Education globally, with
the help of graduate students Anthony Rostvold, Neal Peterson and Hilary
Kiran. Appletons Podcast Initiative provides instant visual and
audible communication and creates a network of global graphic design studio
courses with his colleagues at Universities around the world.
Appleton also has had three projects selected by Mirco Ilic and
Steven Heller to be featured in their new book Anatomy of Design
an analysis of influence in Graphic Design, to published by Rockport in
James H. Fetzer, McKnight Professor of Philosophy, will retire from UMD
at the end of the 2005-06 academic year. Since his appointment as full
professor of philosophy in 1987-88, he has published twenty-four books
and more than 100 articles and reviews. His honors include a research
fellowship from the National Science Foundation and the Medal of the University
of Helsinki for distinguished work in philosophy of science.
Dalibor Froncek, associate professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
constructed a schedule for the 2005-2006 season of the Czech National
Gloria DeFilipps Brush, professor, Department of Art and Design, has several
photogrpahs in Photocentric, a regional exhibition at the Minnesota Center
for Photography in Minneapolis, from November through January. Walker
Art Center curator Joan Rothfuss selected her work for the exhibit.
Eun-Kyung Suh, assistant professor, Department of Art and Design, won
an award of outstanding merit for her jewelry from Pen & Brush Inc.,
National Fine Craft Exhibition. Her jewelry works have been selected and
exibited in Pen & Brush Inc. in New York, NY from November through
David M. Hopstock, consultant and Lawrence M.
Zanko, research fellow presented a talk on Minnesota Taconite
as a Microwave-Aborbing Road Aggregate Material for Deicing and Pothole
Patching Applications at the Center for Transportation Studies (CTS)
Fall Research Seminar on November 15 at the University of Minnesota Twin
SEA GRANT NEWS
Jeff Gunderson, acting director, presented the poster, How Natural
Resource Professionals Can Prevent the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species
Using the HACCP Approach, at Minnesota Water 2005 in Brooklyn Center
Douglas Jensen, aquatic invasive species program coordinator, gave an
invited presentation Its Not Just a Matter of Time: Make Public
Education Work to Prevent the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species,
at the Aquatic Invasive Species Regional Cooperation and Collaboration
Conference in Lac du Flambeau, WI, during October.
Jensen also gave an invited lecture, Exotics Gone Wild: Plants and
Animals Out of Place, to students enrolled in an undergraduate biology
course offered by Jane Wattrus, College of St. Scholastica, during October.
Barbara Likkonen, water resources education coordinator, gave the presentation,
Building Capacity of E. coli Monitoring by Volunteer Networks: A
Multi-State Effort, at the National Nonpoint and Stormwater Education
conference in Chicago during October.
Jesse Schomberg, coastal communities and land use planning extension educator,
gave an invited presentation, Linking Land Use to Water Quality
on the North Shore, to the Duluth Chapter of the American Society
of Civil Engineers in Duluth during October.
Schomberg also presented, A View From the Lake: Providing Coastal
Communities with a New Perspective on Natural Resource Issues, at
the 25th annual conference of the North American Lake Management Society
in Madison during November.
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