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Spring 2002
MRIC 2001/02

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Spring 2002

January 29
James Foster - Computer Science
Jean'ne Shreeve - Chemistry
Holly Wichman - Biology
"Doing Science in the University: Practical Considerations"

February 5 
Ellen Kittell - History
"From Archive to Printed Page"

February 12 
Colleen Taugher - Art
"Can We Pull the Genie out of Genius? distinguishing between myths, madness and methods in artists' studios"

March 5 
Ed Krumpe - Resource, Recreation, & Tourism
"Human Interaction with Wildlands: Separating the Reality from the Myth"

March 12
Ghazi Ghazanfar - Economics
"The Future of Social Sciences: Some New Issues"

March 26
Louis Perraud - Classical Studies
"Erasmus Writes for the Classroom"

April 9  
John Milhelich - Sociology, Anthropology, & Justice Studies
"How Ought We Live? Evaluating the Question and Pursuing the Answers"

April 16
Dale Graden - History & Latin American Studies
"Pacifists, Revolutionaries and Terrorists: The Rocky Road of Comparative History"

April 23
JD Wulfhorst - Rural Sociology & CNR
Julia Parker - Counseling & School Psychology
"Would the Real Forest Stewards Please Stand up?" April 30 "Multicultural Ethical Dilemmas in Counseling" Jerry Fischer 

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