John Bruggink (Biology), former NMU graduate student Eileen Oppelt and collaborators from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Minnesota were coauthors of a paper recently published in The Proceedings of the Tenth American Woodcock Symposium. The article is titled "Fall diurnal habitat use by adult female American woodcock in the western Great Lakes Region."
Krista Clumpner, Michael Burgmeier and Thomas Gillespie (Academic Information Services) coauthored “Embedded course reserves: piecing the puzzle together” in the May 2011 issue of Computers in Libraries. The article describes the implementation of embedded course reserves into the NMU EduCat system.
Mary Jane Tremethick (HPER) and Eileen Smit (Nursing), along with NMU students Lauren Retzloff and Jessica Krol, published "Adding research to a service-learning program: Understanding folic acid needs of women in rural Honduras" in the Journal for Civic Commitment. The data for the article was collected by undergraduate students in the HL/NU 386 cultural immersion/service learning course in Honduras. Retzloff and Krol were enrolled in HL/NU 386 as an honors class and worked with Tremethick and Smit in to analyze the data and write the paper.
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