Malcolm M. Renfrew Interdisciplinary Colloquium Web Archive

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Spring 2004
MRIC 2003/04

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Spring 2004

January 27
"Bats, cats, and "rats": what they can tell us about making humans live longer, healthier lives"
Steve Austad - Biological Sciences

February 3
"Lost in Space-Organization of Spatial Memory and its Potential Role in Architectural Design" 
Steffen Werner - Psychology & Communication Studies

February 10
"Using Mathematics to Approach Big Questions" 
Mark Nielsen - Mathematics

February 17
"An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Research Methods"
Molly Stock - Forest Resources & Computer Science
February 24
"An Ear for Jazz"
Dan Bukvich, Al Gemberling, & Robert McCurdy - Lionel Hampton School of Music

March 2
"Scientist or Entrepreneur--In Search of My True Identity" 
Matthew Morra - Soil & Land Resources Division

March 9
"An Interdisciplinary Program in Product Realization" 
Steve Beyerlein - Mechanical Engineering 
Don Elger - Mechanical Engineering 
Linda Morris - Business

March 23
"The Academic Study of the Bible: Intersection of Disciplines" 
Jance Capel Anderson - Philosophy

March 30
"Between Disciplines: Subject(s) to Exchange" 
Stephan Flores - English

April 6
"Tools for Music: Bringing Modern Technology to the Art of Reedmaking" 
Susan Hess - Music 
Tom Hess - Biological and Agricultural Engineering

April 20
"Developing the New Living Learning Center"
Dan Schoenberg - Auxiliary Services

April 27
"Discovering the International Law Nexus with Idaho: The College of Law's Annual International Law Symposium"
Russell Miller - Law
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