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News and events from UI&U's MA students, faculty, and alums.


Karin Cadwell, Ph.D.

Doctors Nashwa Samra, Amal El Taweel and our own Professor Karin Cadwell recently published their research findings, “The Effect of Kangaroo Mother Care on the Duration of Phototherapy of Infants Re-admitted for Neonatal Jaundice,” in The Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine.

Rudolph Ryser, Ph.D.

Professor Rudolph Ryser reported the content of an intervention to the Adhoc Working Group on the Kyoto Protocols (AWG-KP) summit in Durban, South Africa, in support of the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC).

Judith McDaniel, Ph.D.

UI&U Professor Judith McDaniel will be presenting “The Challenges of Using Authentic Assessments in Online and Community-based Learning Contexts” at the 17th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning.

Loree Miltich, Ph.D.

The March 2011 Exhibit at the MacRostie Art Center in Grand Rapids, MN, featured Migration, a collaborative project by poets Loree Miltich and Susan Hawkinson, photographer Jackie Solem, and calligrapher Meridith Schifsky.

Asghar Zomorrodian, Ph.D.

Due to his expertise in areas of public administration and management, Asghar Zomorrodian was appointed by The Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), to the 2010-11 Peer Review Committee for the Fulbright Specialist Program.

Woden Teachout, Ph.D.

Among Pulitzer Prize-winning historians and other eminent speakers chosen for the First Wednesdays Humanity Lecture Series in Vermont, Woden Teachout presented Imagining America to a packed house.

Dorothy Firman, Ed.D.

Due to her expertise in transpersonal psychology, Professor Dorothy Firman was invited to blog for Psychology Today.

Patricia Monaghan, Ph.D.

Patricia Monaghan's book of poems, "The Grace of Ancient Land," has been published by the Voices from the American Land project, established to "revive and amplify a dominant tradition in American letters — the poetry of place, whether urban, rural, or wild."

Anna Blair, Ph.D.

Dr. Blair spoke on a cruise to Grand Cayman on May 17-21, 2011, presenting “Research Updates in Breastfeeding and Human Lactation.”

Leslie Korn, Ph.D.

Dr. Korn served as a post-doctoral Fulbright scholar in Mexico for 2009-2010.

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