Brozzo (Diversity Student Services) presented at the Popular
Culture Association/American Culture Association conference in San
Diego from March 23-27. She read "Medford's Pow Wow" from her MFA
thesis in progress, Tapestry.
Rochester (HPER) presented an e-portfolio workshop at the
Great Lakes Athletic Trainers' Association annual meeting in Toledo,
Ohio. The workshop focused on how faculty in athletic training can
incorporate the use of e-portfolios for the purpose of demonstrating
the "learning over time" concept, which is associated
with and rooted in programmatic outcomes.
NMU students and chemistry faculty members gave co-presentations
on their chemistry research at the 2005 Student Research Symposium
in Chemistry and Related Fields, sponsored by the Upper Peninsula
Section of the American Chemical Society at Michigan Tech University.
Haeusler (biochemistry major) and Frankie McCormick,
"Novel Propellane Based Donor-Acceptor Molecules for Non-linear
Judy Pumper (biochemistry major) and Suzanne Williams,
"Characterization of Caenorhabditis elegans RAP protein."
Rachelle Rudden (chemistry major) and Tom Getman,
"Investigating the Synthesis of a Unique Ligand Containing Boron
Rebecca Swett (chemistry major) and Mark Paulsen,"Examination
of the Binding and Transport Channel of P450 3A4 using Computational
Methods." Swett was also awarded second place in the undergraduate
Beth Webb (graduate student, biology) and Lesley Putman,
"A Phytoremediation Study with Hycrest Crested Wheatgrass (Agropyron
s.): Searching for Signals from Plants."