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Friday, December 01, 2006

At the American Speech Language Hearing Association national convention (Nov. 18, Miami, Fl.), Dr. Kim L. Tillery and two professional colleagues led the two-hour program, "For the clinicians, by the clinicians re: auditory processing disorders panel group discussion." The Hearing Journal [(2006) 59(6) 32-34] declared an article co-authored by Dr. Kim Tillery to be a “must read” in its recent feature, “The Best of 2005 Diagnostic Audiology.” At the International Council of Psychologists 64th annual convention (Kos Island, Greece), research by a team including Dr. Kim L. Tillery was presented by W.D. Keller in the paper, “Auditory Processing Disorders in Children Diagnosed with Nonverbal Learning Disability.

Bryan Hopkins (visual arts and new media) is curator and author of "Selections from the Annette Cravens Ceramics Collection" exhibition at the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College (opening in January). Works by Bryan Hopkins are currently on display at: The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville, KY; The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA; Mark Palmer Gallery, Paducah, KY; Susan Maasch Fine Arts, Portland, ME; and Pearl Art Gallery, Stone Ridge, NY.

Dr. Bruce Simon (English), currently serving as a Fulbright Fellow at Kyushu University and Seinan Gakuin University, will deliver a paper at the Hawaii International Conference on the Arts and Humanities in January entitled "Traumatic Displacements and Militant Mourning: Paule Marshall’s The Chosen Place, The Timeless People and Mahasweta Devi’s Pterodactyl, Puran Sahay, and Pirtha.

Dr. Jeanette McVicker (English) contributed a review chapter on "Postcolonial Approaches" to Palgrave Advances in Critical Virginia Woolf Studies (edited by Dr. Anna Snaith, King's College, London) forthcoming from Palgrave MacMillan. She also presented a paper in September on "Journalism, Subjectivity, Governmentality" at the Media Change and Social Theory conference organized by the Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change at Oxford University.

Mark Janik (chemistry) is one of the authors of the article published in Biochemistry this year entitled, “Oxalone and Lactone Moieties of Podophyllotoxin Exhibit Properties of Both the B and C Rings of Colchicine in Its Binding with Tubulin.”

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