Ron Satz will
give a lecture/slide presentation titled "Chippewa Treaty Rights
in Historical Perspective" for the 2003 Summer Guest Lecture Series,
"Around the Archipelago," at the U.S. Department of Interior's
Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Visitor Center July 7 in Bayfield.
presented a talk titled "The Lowest 3(n,p*)
State of 2-Cyclopenten-1-one: Cavity Ringdown Absorption Spectrum and
Ring-Bending Potential Energy Function" at the 58th International
Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy June 17 at Ohio State University
in Columbus, Ohio. The abstract of the talk can be viewed online. Drucker's research student, Nathan
Pillsbury, presented a poster on the same topic at the 35th Great Lakes
Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society June 1 at Loyola University
in Chicago, Ill.
Communication and Journalism
and Andris Straumanis
led sessions during a seminar titled "Teaching American History:
Journalism and the Media" June 11 at UW-Marinette. Larson discussed
the history of women in the media, and Straumanis discussed the history
of the immigrant and ethnic press. The seminar introduced special topics
in American history to elementary and high school teachers from Wisconsin
Tarique Niazi was quoted in an article
titled "The leader of Pakistan provokes criticism" in the
Editorial Briefing section of the June 23 issue of The Guardian, London.
His quote was related to the summit meeting between Pakistani leader
Gen. Pervez Musharraf and U.S. President George W. Bush June 24 at Camp
David. The quote was taken from Niazi’s op-ed
piece in the June 15-21 issue of the U.S.-based weekly newspaper,
The South Asia Tribune.