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Fall 2004
MRIC 2004/05

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Fall 2004

September 7
"Probing the Earth’s Interior with Galápagos Volcanoes"
Dennis Geist - Geology

September 14
"Promoting Biomedical Research in Idaho"
Mike Laskowski - Biology & WWAMI

September 21 
"Visual Culture and Culture Studies"
Ivan Castaneda - Art & Design

September 28
"Financial Engineering: The Process of Measuring and Controlling Risk"
Terry Grieb - Business & Economics

October 5 
"Equine Cloning: Past, Present and Future"
Dirk Vanderwall - Animal and Veterinary Science

October 12
"Thelma and Louise meet the Hilton sisters at the court of Louis XIV: Editing the Memoirs of Hortense and Marie Mancini"
Sarah Nelson - Foreign Languages and Literatures

October 19
"A Periodic Table of the Moles: Building Bridges to Native American Students" 
Nick Natale - Chemistry

October 26 
"The Benefits and Challenges of Launching a New Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program" 
Lisette Waits - Wildlife Resources

November 2 
"Turning your World Upside Down: A Sabbatical Adventure"
Margrit von Braun - College of Graduate Studies

November 9
"A Geographer’s View of the American West and the World Beyond" 
Gundars Rudzitis - Geography

November 16
"Fencing as Life" 
Norman Pendegraft - Business & Economics

November 30 
"What’s a Poem Worth?" 
Robert Wrigley - English
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