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Patricia Marroquin is spending 10 weeks this summer as a visiting scholar at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. The new museum, which will open Sept. 21, 2004, will hold more than 80,000 items from Indian communities throughout the Western Hemisphere. Marroquin represents the Eastern Apache and Tarascan Indian Nations. She is involved with research and is helping plan one of the inaugural exhibitions for the museum. Marroquin will work on the project with Ho-Chunk artist Truman Lowe, a nationally recognized sculptor. Go to top of page

Foundations of Education
Rob Reid had his article, "A Librarian's Guide for Getting Children to Laugh," published as the cover article in the summer 2003 issue of The Shy Librarian. The article, based on Reid's book, "Something Funny Happened at the Library," ALA Editions, 2003, includes humorous photos of area librarians wearing nose glasses at a workshop Reid gave last winter. Go to top of page

Geology
J. Brian Mahoney presented the following oral and poster presentations at the 2003 Geological Association of Canada/Mineralogical Association of Canada annual conference May 25-28 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Oral Presentations:
Mahoney, J.B., Link, P.K., Riesterer, J.K., Enkin, R.J. and Haskin, M.L., “The Paleogeographic Significance of the Silverquick/Powell Creek Succession, South-Central British Columbia”; Gordee, Sarah M. (UW-Eau Claire student), Mahoney, J.B., Diakow, L.J., Haggart, J.W., Friedman, R.M., Woodsworth, G.M. and Villeneuve, M.,”Magmatic Evolution of the Eastern Coast Plutonic Complex, Bella Coola, British Columbia”; Mustard, P.S., Mahoney, J.B., Link, P.K., Fanning, C.M. and Friedman, R.M., “Provenance Evolution and Direct North American Linkage of the Nanaimo Group, Southwest B.C. Implications for Late Cretaceous Paleogeography and Translation Along the North American Margin”;
Poster Presentations: Mahoney, J.B., Weis, D., Kieffer, B., Friedman, R.M., Pretorius, W., Scoates, J., Goolaerts, A. and Maerschalk, C., “Isotopic Characterization of USGS Standards: Preliminary MC-ICPMS and TIMS data from the Pacific Centre for Geochemical and Isotopic Research, University of British Columbia”; Baker, J., Enkin, R.J., and Mahoney, J.B., “Late Cretaceous Powell Creek Formation Along the Taseko River Confirm Controversial Paleomagnetic Results from Mount Tatlow and Churn Creek: Further Evidence on the Baja-BC Model.” Go to top of page

Condolences
Condolences to Tom Dock, College of Business, whose mother, Lois Mae Dock, died July 1 in Duluth, Minn.

Condolences to William J. Gorell, Facilities Planning and Management, whose father, William Robert Gorell, died July 7 in Eau Claire. Go to top of page


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Summer Bulletin • Vol. 3, No. 6 • Sixth Week • Summer Session • July 14, 2003

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