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Fall 2007
MRIC 2007/08

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Fall 2007

September 4
Mark McGuire, Animal and Veterinary Sciences
The Role of the Scientist in the Debate on Bovine Somatotropin and Organic Milk

September 11
Richard Seamon, College of Law
The New Surveillance Law

September 18
Jay O’Laughlin, Policy Analysis Group
Sustaining Ecosystems and People: A Multidisciplinary ‘Policy Sciences’ Framework

September 25
Scott Wood, Department of Geological Sciences
Interactions of Asbestiform Minerals in the Lungs: How a Geochemist and a Mineralogist Got Funding from the National Institutes of Health

October 2
Jodie Nicotra, Department of English
Making a Habit of Success: Rhetorics of Self-Help in the New Economy

October 9
John Tracy, Idaho Water Resources Research Institute
Building an Interdisciplinary Environmental Research Consortium: The Lake Tahoe Experience

October 16
Russell Qualls, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Impact of Climate Change on Snake River Plain Water Supply

October 23
Matthew Slater, Department of Philosophy
Plato and the Platypus: Tales of an Odd Ball and an Odd Duck

October 30
Aicha Elshabini, College of Engineering

November 6
Phil Druker, Department of English
"A Pilgrimage Around Mt. Kailash - Tibetan Buddhism's Most Holy Mountain"

November 13
Monte Boisen, Department of Mathematics
Reflection on Symmetry

November 27
Judy Parrish, Department of Geological Sciences
A Truly Extreme Climate: The Pangean Megamonsoon
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