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»Eleanor. P. Gaines, Institute for Natural Resources, co-authored “Predator Exclosures, Predator Removal, and Habitat Improvement Increase Nest Success of for Oregon Snowy Plovers” published in The Condor: Ornithological Applications, Vol. 116, pp. 619-628
»Jun Ma, visiting scholar; Scott Wells, faculty; and Daobin Ji, visiting scholar, all in Civil and Environmental Engineering, co-authored with others "Modeling Density Currents in a Typical Tributary of the Three Gorge Reservoir, China," published in Ecolo
»Anne McClanan, School of Art+Design faculty, wrote a review of the exhibit Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections in caa.reviews. Heaven and Earth has been displayed at the National Gallery, the Getty, and now the Art Institute of Chica
»Meg Merrick and Sheila Martin, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, co-authored "Creating and Utilizing Neighborhood Data to Shape a More Equitable Regional Greenspace Policy," in Strengthening Communities with Neighborhood Data, published by the U
»Sue Taylor, Art History faculty, authored an essay for the exhibition catalog Heather McGill: The Color of Everything That's Empty, published by the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio. The essay, "Canny Devices," analyzes sculpture and drawings by
»Shawn Smallman, International Studies director, published the book Dangerous Spirits: the Windigo in Myth and History with Heritage House Press.
»Cindy Baccar, registrar, presented “Credit for Prior Learning: Academic Policy & Transcript Practices — A Registrar's Perspective” at the Pacific Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers annual conference, Portland, Nov. 11.
»Molly Blalock and Turner Masland, Library, co-presented "Moving Mountains: Migrating a Consortium to a New Integrated Library System” with Bronwyn Dorhofer and Anya Arnold at the Access Services Conference, Atlanta, Nov. 14.
»Scott Burns, Geology emeritus faculty, co-organized the Western Regional Soil Conference of the Natural Resource Conservation Service at PSU last summer. He presented two talks: "Dynamic Geology of the Oregon Country" and "Terroir of Wine Soils in Oregon,
»Craig Epplin, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented "The Pedestrian Ecology of Francis Alÿs" to the material research group, Stanford University, Nov. 11.
»David Ervin, Institute for Sustainable Solutions, spoke to the Multnomah Athletic Club Listen and Learn series about "Uncovering the Truth about GMOs,” Portland, Nov. 14.