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"Compassionate Witness: Drawings by Big Al Carter" will be on display through Sun., July 17.

"The Book of Revelation: A Graphic Interpretation" by Hanson Ling will be on display through Sun., July 31.

"Working on the Homefront: Potlatch Royal Canadian Mounted Police Illustrations and World War II" features 20 paintings, four WW II posters and a selection of 1940s trade magazine ads, all focused around the regionally famous ad campaign of Northwest Paper / Potlatch Corporation. This exhibit will be on display through Sun., Sept. 4.

Selections from the Glenn C. Nelson collection are on display throughout the year.

For information, visit the Tweed Museum website, email the Tweed Museum, or call 218-726-8222.



Northern Lights Music Festival will be held at 7:30 pm on Tues., July 5 in the Weber Music Hall. Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for students and children. Sponsored in part by the School of Fine Arts.

For more information, visit the Events Calendar or call 218-726-8561.



The Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium will present the following free public events at 7 pm.

Wed., June 15 and Fri., June 17: Asian Astronomy: Featuring the history of Asian astronomy. The dark sky show will feature star lore and constellations from different Asian countries. Great for ages 5 & up.

Tues., June 21: Summer Solstice Celebration. Shows in the planetarium dome every half hour from 3-9 pm. Help them say farewell to the old planetarium before it gets renovated. Free shows and ice cream.

Wed., June 22 and Fri., June 24: Milestones in Spaceflight: Features a history of all of the firsts in spaceflight, such as the first successful landing and the first man in space. Also information about how rockets and spaceflights work. Great for ages 7 & up.

Private shows are available by appointment for groups of 10 or more. Visit Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium or call 218-726-7129.



Tour the Natural Resource Research Institute at 12-12:45 pm on Tues., June 21. The NRRI is located at 5013 Miller Trunk Highway, Duluth, Minn. Meet at the lobby of the NRRI building by 12:15 pm

Kirby Ballroom Zumba Gold: Beginner Class at 12-12:45 pm on Tues., June 28. The Latin dance-inspired fitness craze of Zumba combines fitness and fun, using almost every muscle of the body. Wear comfortable clothing.

Registration is not required. To see a complete list, please go to:


The Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center presents the following events: "Forest Management Field Tour" on Wed., June 29, with only 20 free spots; "Experience the Night" from July 15-16, "Master Naturalist Volunteer Training" from Aug. 22-26.

For more information or to pre-register for any event, email John Geissler or call 218-721-3731.


The Education Department will host a nine-day Spanish language intensive from Tues., July 5-Fri., July 15 with Jose Antonio Salgado. The intermediate-advanced class will be held 9 am-noon and the beginner-intermediate class will be held 1-4 pm. There is no credit attached to this experience.

The class is scheduled in EduE 142, the Education Department's conference room. However, there will also be "field trips" in order to use language outside of the classroom.

The total price is $135. There is a maximum limit of 10 people in each group, and it is on a first come, first served basis.

For more information, contact Kim Riordan or call 218-726-7251.

Jose Antonio Salgado was born in Chiapas, Mexico and earned a law degree at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He worked as a district attorney in Mexico City for 10 years and then migrated to the Unites States where he studied English as a Second Language at the University at Bridgeport, Connecticut and later worked at the Central American Refugee Center in Washington D.C. He lived in Dominica in the Caribbean working as a consultant for Save the Children for one year, after which he returned to Mexico where he started his teaching career at the American School Foundation. Salgado is certified by the UNAM to teach Law and Legislation, Ethics, Sociology, Mexican Law, Economics in Mexico, and Mexican History. In 2003, he completed his MAEd at Florida Atlantic University in Florida and has been the High School Principal at the American School of Puerto Vallarta for the last 9 years.


Special Events


The University of Minnesota Duluth Alumni Association invites UMD runners, alumni, family, and friends to UMD’s Hospitality Tent during Grandma’s Marathon from 8:30 am-1:30 pm on Sat., June 18 in the Canal Park Lodge parking lot, 205 Canal Park Drive (a block north of the finish line, easily accessible from the Lake Walk and the east side of Lake Avenue). Look for the big dog.

There will be free coffee, starting at 8:30 am. A lunch consisting of hamburger/veggieburger/brat with chips and an option of fruit or cookie will be available for $7 beginning at 10 am. A cash bar with beer, Bloody Marys, and pop is also available.

Play lawn games with UMD athletes and Champ. Prize drawings held throughout the morning. UMD Stores will sell merchandise, including men’s hockey championship gear. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual, UMD Stores, Grandma’s Restaurants, and the Canal Park Lodge.

For more information, email the UMD Alumni office at or call 218-726-7164.


Saroja Vaidyanathan will demonstrate different forms, expressions, and movements of "Bharatnatyam," a traditional Indian classical dance, at 7 pm on Thurs., June 23 in the Kirby Ballroom. Vaidyanathan is an internationally renowned expert on Indian classical dance. Her performance is set to the theme of the empowerment of women.

The event is free and open to the public, and people of all ages are welcome. Refreshments will be served. The event is sponsored by UMD's Commission on Women and the International Student Club.

For more information, contact Nandini Bhowmick at, 218-726-7233 or Trisha O'Keefe, 218-726-7531.


An All-Campus Barbecue will be held from 11:30 am-1:00 pm on Wed., June 29 on Kirby Terrace.

For $2 (cash only, please) the menu includes brats, polish, hot dogs, salad, chips, dessert, and beverage. A vegetarian option will also be available.

This event is sponsored by Auxiliary Service, Facilities Management, and Recreational Sports Outdoor Program.

For more information, contact Recreational Sports Outdoor Program at 218-726-7128.


The public is invited to the presentation "Honoring the Earth: Sámi Women" at 6 pm on Thurs., June 30 in the UMD Library Rotunda. Hear unique folktales from the ancient Arctic storytelling tradition with Stina Fagertun and Anita Barth-Jorgensen from Tromso, Norway.

The presentation will include story-telling, music, song, dance and short talk about similarities between Sámi people of Norway and American Indians in Minnesota. Children are welcome. Jim Vileta from the UMD Library will showcase the Library’s new collection of Sámi materials, the second largest collection in the United States. An updated bibliography, including the new acquisitions, will be available.

Sponsors include the Commission on Women, the American Indian Studies Department, the Anishinabi Club, the American Indian Learning Resource Center, the Center for Indigenous Knowledge Revitalization, and the UMD Library.

For more information, visit or call 218-726-8996 or 218-726-6216.

A free art education workshop for children, hosted by Alison Aune, associate professor, Department of Art and Design, will be held from 10 am-12 noon on Fri., July 1 in UMD Humanities 331. The event, Sámi Arts and Stories for Children, will include storytelling by the Norwegian guests Fagertun and Barth-Jorgensen from 10-11 am and the art workshop 11-12 noon. Nordic snacks will be provided. To register for the children’s event, contact 218-726-6216 or



The historic Congdon estate, Glensheen mansion, is open daily from 9 am to 5:30 pm through Oct. 24; first tour begins at 9:30 pm, and last tour begins at 4 pm.

Concerts by the Lake will be held at 7 pm on Wednesday nights in July. These concerts are free.

Festival of Fine Art and Craft will be held from 9 am-5 pm on Sat., Aug.13 and Sun., Aug. 14. The event is free and there is a free shuttle bus from UMD's maroon lot B.

For more information, visit the Glensheen website, email Glensheen, or call 218-726-8910.

Other Events


UMD Market Day in the Plaza, Lake Superior Sustainable Farming Association (LSSFA) Farmers Market, will be held from 1:30-4:30 pm every Wed. through Sept. 28 in the Kirby Plaza Bus Hub.

For more information, visit UMD Market Day.

Campus News

Academic News


The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) has selected Vince Magnuson, vice chancellor for Academic Administration at UMD, as the recipient of the 2011 William Plater Award for Leadership in Civic Engagement. This award recognizes the critical role of the chief academic officer (CAO) in advancing the civic mission of the campus through curricular reform, public advocacy, accountability for institutional citizenship, faculty development and recruitment, and partnerships with community organizations. The Plater Award is the first national award established specifically to honor and recognize CAOs for their leadership in higher education. This year, AASCU received a record number of outstanding nominations for the Plater Award.


In May, the Board of Regents approved the following individuals for promotion to full professor:
Alec Habig
, SCSE, Physics
Imran Hayee, SCSE, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Carmen Latterell, SCSE, Mathematics & Statistics
Allen Mensinger, SCSE, Biology
William Payne, SFA, Theatre
Yongcheng Qi, SCSE, Mathematics & Statistics
Kay Wohlhuter, CEHSP, Education

The Board of Regents also approved the following individuals for promotion to associate professor with indefinite tenure:
David Beard
, CLA, Writing Studies
Steven Berry, SCSE, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Aaron Boyson, CLA, Communication
Jefferson Campbell
, SFA, Music
Jane Carlson
Runa Das
, CLA, Political Science
David Doorn
, LSBE, Economics
Kathy Dowell,
CEHSP, Psychology
Jason Ford, CLA, Philosophy
Emily Gaarder
, CLA, Sociology/Anthropology
David Gore
, CLA, Communication
Richard Gran, SCSE, Physics
Linda Grover
, CLA, American Indian Studies
Marshall Hampton
, SCSE, Mathematics & Statistics
Rick LaCaille
, CEHSP, Psychology
Scott Laderman
, CLA, History
Daniel Martin
, CLA, Sociology/Anthropology
Steve Matthews
, CLA, History
Chris McIntosh
, LSBE, Economics
Kathryn Milun
, CLA, Sociology/Anthropology
Ryuta Nakajima
, SFA, Art & Design
Jaqueline Onchwari, CEHSP, Education
Chongwon Park,
CLA, Writing Studies
Garrick Percival
, CLA, Political Science
Kim Riordan, CEHSP, Education
Hua Tang, SCSE, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Julia Williams
, CEHSP, Education


The following students have been selected to receive a Raymond W. Darland All-American Scholarship for the 2011-12 academic year:

Anna Bertrang, Sociology major and Women's Studies major; Nicole Hackbarth, Accounting major, Women's Studies major; Maxwell Melby, Teaching Life Sciences major.

The scholarship program was established by Regent Emeritus Richard L. Griggs in honor of Provost Emeritus Raymond W. Darland. Each student will receive $4,150 in recognition of their academic achievement and leadership contributions to UMD.


Preference will be given to programs open to students from a variety of academic disciplines. Proposals from under-represented disciplines within study abroad and non-Western European destinations are strongly encouraged.

The due date for proposals for May 2012 and 2012 Summer Session programs is September 1, 2011.

Information on program development guidelines (program leader handbook), program proposal form, and program time lines can be found online at:

Please contact Arianna Austin at or Leigh Neys at with any questions or to schedule an appointment to discuss a program proposal.



On Thurs., May 19, the UMD Library announced the following winners of the 23rd annual Northeastern Minnesota Book Awards (NEMBA):
Fiction Winner: Safe from the Sea, by Peter Geye; Poetry Winner: On Speaking Terms by Connie Wanek; General Nonfiction Winner: Paddle North: Canoeing the Boundary Waters–Quetico Wilderness by Greg Breining, photography by Layne Kennedy; Children’s Literature Winner: Minnesota’s Hidden Alphabet, by David LaRochelle, photography by Joe Rossi; Memoir / Creative Nonfiction Winner: Brown Sugar Syrup and Jack Pine Sand, by Dennis Herschbach.

Children’s book author Mary Casanova gave the keynote address titled “Where Do Story Ideas Come From?” Barton Sutter, Duluth’s first poet laureate, served as emcee of the awards presentation. NEMBA was presented by the UMD Library, Lake Superior Writers, and Friends of Duluth Public Library. For more information about this annual event, see

Administration News


This Fri., June 17, Sat., June 18, and Sun., June 19, KUMD is calling for new members or member renewals. Call 218-726-7181 and make a pledge to get tickets to: Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, Bayfront Reggae and World Music Festival, Dar Williams, Greg Brown, Twin Ports Bridge Festival, Jeff Daniels, Ruthie Foster, Boundary Waters Blues Festival, and more. KUMD will give a $25 Pizza Luce gift certificate to the first ten new members on Friday and Saturday (calls only - online pledges do not qualify). Listen for more details. Call 218-726-7181 or go to KUMD to make a pledge.

KUMD is currently accepting CD donations for the Annual CD Sale Fundraiser. Bring new or old CDs in cases to 130 Humanities by Fri., June 17, as a tax deductible donation.

Join KUMD at the Park Point Art Fair from June 25-26 for the Annual KUMD CD Sale Fundraiser. All funds raised go to support "The Basement" student-run radio on after 9pm on 103.3FM KUMD Duluth Public Radio.

For more information, contact KUMD.

UMD Rec Sports Outdoor Program Rental Center

The Rec Sports Outdoor Program Rental Center is open for summer outdoor gear rental from 10 am-5 pm on Mondays & Fridays and 4-7 pm on Thursdays.

Some of the items available for rental are sea kayaks, canoes, stand-up-paddleboards, miscellaneous camping gear (sleeping bags, tents, sleeping pads, camp cooking gear...), rain gear, fishing gear, canoe trailer, and much more.

For more information, visit: or stop by the Rental Center in 154 SpHC.


Visit UMD Stores for hours and merchandise information.

UMD Stores has promotions and events year round.


Faculty and Staff News



James Allert, assistant professor, Department of Computer Science, was an invited speaker at two conferences in April. He presented at the ABET Symposium XIII (Indianapolis, Ind., April 13-16) where he presented on "Streamlining the Assessment Process in Large-enrollment Classes" and the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology: RosEvaluation Conference on Assessment held a the (Terra Haute, Ind., April 17-19) where he presented on "Automating the Data Consolidation and Reporting Process for Course and Program Assessment."

Eve Browning, professor, Department of Philosophy, attended the Minnesota Society for Ancient Philosophy conference held at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities on April 30; she presented a paper entitled "To Gaze Upon Panthea: Xenophon on Risky Beauty."

Tom Isbell, professor, Department of Theatre, received a special commendation in April from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival National Selection Team for “Distinguished Achievement in Direction for Richard III.” Senior Corey Ryan Boe was honored for “Distinguished Achievement in Performance” for his performance as Richard III.

Eun-Kyung Suh, associate professor, Department of Art and Design, has a solo exhibition, "Inclusion and Exclusion" at the Jacqueline B. Charno Gallery, Kansas City, Mo. through June 10, featuring a new installation work.



James Fetzer, Distinguished McKnight University professor emeritus, Philosophy, has three new books. He is guest co-editing a special issue of Synthese on "Evolution and Its Rivals.” His article "On the Ethical Conduct of Warfare: Predator Drones" appeared on the website He has also published articles on JFK and on 9/11.

Fetzer has appeared on the television shows "Hannity & Colmes" and "The Factor.” He traveled to Athens for a 3.5 hour interview broadcast worldwide by satellite, to Buenos Aires to present as the principal lecturer at an international 9/11 symposium, and to London for a symposium on "Debunking the 'War on Terror.' He has also made several appearances at professional conferences.

Fetzer writes a blog: "Just because you are retired doesn't mean you're done."

An article by Thomas Hedin, professor emeritus, Art History, is included in Art Bulletin: Centennial Anthology, an on-line collection of 32 articles dating from 1913 to the present. The editorial board of the Art Bulletin, the premier art history journal in the US, put together an anthology of the most exceptional articles from all fields in the discipline over the past 100 years. His article, selected from a list of more than 2000 others, is entitled: "The Petite Commande of 1664: Burlesque in the Gardens of Versailles," Art Bulletin 83, no. 4 (December 2001), pp. 651-85."

Richard W. Ojakangas, faculty emeritus, Geological Sciences, presented a paper on an overview of Lake Superior-type iron formations at the Precambian Research Center Professional Workshop in Duluth in Oct. 2010.

Ojakangas received a development grant for retirees from the University of Minnesota for researching on India for Archean (2.75 billion years old) glacial deposits. Also presented several talks at international symposium and universities.

He was co-leader of a field trip to the Bayfield peninsula at the Annual Institute of Lake Superior Geology on May 18. He also was a co-leader of a field trip to the Central Mesabi Range.

Ojakangas presented a course at the University for Seniors entitled "Geology of Antarctica and Points North."

Natural Resources Research Institute


Many NRRI scientists presented information at the 54th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, held in Duluth, Minn., May 30-June 3:
Oral presentations included:
1) “Weather, Water, and People: Water Quality Data Animations to Protect Lake Superior Streams and Coastal Zones,” Rich Axler, George Host, Norm Will, Jerry Henneck, Elaine Ruzycki, Gerry Sjerven, Cindy Hagley (MN Sea Grant), Todd Carlson (City of Duluth), Chris Kleist (City of Duluth), Jay Austin (Large Lakes Observatory), Norine Dobiesz (Large Lakes Observatory), Bob Hecky (Large Lakes Observatory), Jesse Anderson (MN Pollution Control Agency), Tim Tuominen (Western Lake Superior Sanitary District), H. Bauman (MN Pollution Control Agency), and J. Magyar (MN Pollution Control Agency).
2) “The Lakeside Stormwater Reduction Project: Evaluating the Impacts of a Paired-watershed Study on Local Residents,” Karlyn Eckman (Water Resources Center, University of Minnesota), Valerie Brady, Jesse Schomberg (MN Sea Grant), and Valerie Were (Water Resources Center).
3) “A High-resolution, Scalable Index of Anthropogenic Stress for Great Lakes Watersheds,” George Host, Terry Brown, Tom Hollenhorst, Jan Ciborowski (University of Windsor, Ontario), Lucinda Johnson and Rich Axler.
4) “Lake Superior Ecological History and Current Trajectory as Told by Diatoms,” Amy Kireta, Euan Reavie, Lisa Allinger, and Victoria Chraibi.
5) “The Influence of Landscapes on Great Lakes Coastal Ecosystems,” Gerald Niemi.
6) “Protists in Ballast Water: Assessment Methods and Performance of a Candidate Ship-board Treatment System,” Euan Reavie, Allegra Cangelosi (Northeast-Midwest Institute), and Lisa Allinger.
7) “Sediment, Phosphorous and Mercury Loads from Four Western Lake Superior Watersheds,” Elaine Ruzycki, Rich Axler, Jerry Henneck, Norm Will, and George Host.

Poster presentations included:
1) “ Making Stormwater and Stream Data Come Alive for Citizens, Students, Teachers, Contractors, Resource Agencies, Decision-makers and Scientists,” Rich Axler, George Host, Norm Will, Jerry Henneck, Elaine Ruzycki, Gerry Sjerven, Cindy Hagley (MN Sea Grant), Jesse Schomberg (MN Sea Grant), Todd Carlson (City of Duluth), Chris Kleist (City of Duluth), Tim Tuominem (WLSSD), Jesse Anderson (MPCA), Amber Westerbur (MN Coastal Program/ MDNR), and Keith Anderson (S.St. Louis SWCD).
2) “Using North Shore Streams and Benthic Macroinvertebrates to Develop an Indicator of Stream Impairment due to Excess Sediment,” L.S. Herrera (Water Resources Sciences) and Valerie Brady.
3) “Land use/Land Cover and Hydrologic Effects on North Shore Superior Tributary Water Quality,” Andrea Crouse, Rich Axler, George Host, Jeremy Erickson, and Lucinda Johnson.
4) “Stressor Gradients and Spatial Narratives of the St. Louis River Estuary,” George Host, Rich Axler, Janet Silbernagel (U. Wisconsin-Madison), Nick Danz (U. Wisconsin-Superior), Jeff Schuldt (U. Wisconsin-Superior), David Hart (U. Wisconsin-Madison/Sea Grant), Annette Drewes (UM-Extension), Mark Wagler (U. Wisconsin-Madison), Jim Mathews (U. Wisconsin-Madison), Cindy Hagley (MN Sea Grant), and Jesse Schomberg (MN Sea Grant).
5) “Distribution of Testicular Oocytes within Male Rana pipiens,” Jennifer Olker, Patrick Schoff, and Rodney Johnson (EPA-MED).

Subhash Basak and Guillermo Restrepo (University of Pamplona, Colombia) edited a special Hot Topic issue of the international journal Current Computer Aided Drug Design entitled “Applications of graph theory, network theory, and chemotopology to structure-activity relationships and characterization of metabolic processes.” Topics covered in the special issue includes: 1) Network comparison, 2) Mathematical characterization of network neighborhoods, 3) Use of partial order and formal concept analysis, 4) Metabolic networks.

Basak and coworkers also published the following papers in this issue:
1) “Current Computer Aided Drug Design,” Editorial, 2011, 7, p. 81, Basak and Restrepo.
2) “Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships for Anticancer Activity of 2-Phenylindoles Using Mathematical Molecular Descriptors,” pp. 98-108, Basak, Qianhong Zhu (formerly at NRRI/ UMD Chemistry, currently at Marquette University) and Denise Mills (SPA/ UMD).
3) “Comparison of QSARs and Characterization of Structural Basis of Bioactivity Using Partial Order Theory and Formal Concept Analysis: A Case Study with Mutagenicity,” pp. 109-121, Restrepo, Basak and Denise Mills.

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Pharmacy Department


Bjoern Bauer, assistant professor presented “Neuroinflammatory Signaling at the Blood-Brain Barrier” during the symposium: “The Role of the Blood-Brain Barrier in Disease States” at the 25th International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow, Metabolism, and Function in Barcelona, Spain, on May 25-28.

Dawn Carlson, assistant professor and associate director of experiential education, and Twin Cities colleague Raquel Rodriguez presented the preceptor program, "Experiential Pearls," during a breakout session at the Minnesota Society of Health-System Pharmacists conference in Duluth, Minn., on March 25.

Mark Schneiderhan, associate professor, presented “Metabolic Monitoring of Patients on Antipsychotic Agents: The Role of the Pharmacist” to the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Duluth on April 26, in Duluth, Minn.

Schneiderhan and colleagues presented a workshop, “Starting Medication Therapy Management Services for Outpatients with Mental Illnesses,” at the 14th Annual Meeting of the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists in Phoenix, Ariz., on May 1. Schneiderhan, graduate student Daniel Tomaszewksi, assistant professor Sarah Schweiss, and colleagues presented “Preliminary Data of Metabolic Risk at 6-months in Subjects on Antipsychotic Agents: A 12-month Randomized Multi-Centered Trial” at the same meeting.

Debbie Sisson, assistant professor, presented “Rural Interprofessional Experience” at the Minnesota Pharmacists Association’s 127th Annual Meeting and Conference in Brainerd, Minn., on June 11. Sisson also presented a poster titled “Rural Community Interprofessional Experience of Pharmacy and Medical Students at the same meeting.

Michael Swanoski, assistant professor, presented "Building and Maintaining a Viable MTM Practice in a Large Health System" at the midyear meeting of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists in Las Vegas, Nev., on May 19.

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