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Mark Linville presented "Formal Academic Disciplinary Actions and Entry into the Accounting Profession" and the digit analysis "An Illustrative Class Example," Allied Academies Spring 2008 International Conference, April 3, Tunica, Miss.

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Linville presented "Formal Academic Disciplinary Actions and Entry into the Accounting Profession," Southwest Business Symposium, March 28, Edmond, Okla.


Mick Charney conducted the workshop session "WARN-ING: This Material Is Intended for Mature Audiences: Managing Difficult Dialogues in Large Lecture Classes," national annual meeting of the Teaching Professor Confer-ence, May 17, Kissimmee, Fla.


Walter Dodds and colleagues published "Excess Nitrate from Agricultural and Urban Areas Reduces Denitrification Efficiency in Streams," Nature, Vol. 451, No. 7184.

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Kimberly A. With presented the keynote address "Landscape Function and Dysfunctional Landscapes: Uncoupling Pattern from Process," U.S.-International Association for Landscape Ecology conference, April 8, Madison, Wis.

Clinical sciences

Bob Larson will present "What is EBVM? History of EBVM," Evidence Based Vet-erinary Medical Association, June 9, Athens, Ga.

Grain science and industry

Sajid Alavi and colleagues published "Barrier and Mechanical Properties of Starch-Clay Nanocomposite Films," Cereal Chemistry, Vol. 85, No. 3.

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Fred Rohles, emeritus professor of mechanical engineering and psychology, and former director of the Institute of Environmental Research at K-State, will receive the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air- Conditioning Engineers Journal Paper Award at the society's annual meeting in Salt Lake City on June 21. The award honors the best paper or article to be published in the ASHRAE Journal in the past year.

Lafene Health Center

David M. Smith presented "Common Musculoskeletal Overuse Injuries," "Common Issues Related to Musculoskeletal Trauma" and "Common Pediatric Musculoskeletal Disorders," American Academy of Family Physicians Board Review course, April 27-May 3, Kansas City, Mo.


Swinder Janda published "Does Gender Moderate the Effect of Online Concerns on Purchase Likelihood?" Journal of Internet Commerce, Vol. 7, No. 3.

Multiple departments

Sajid Alavi, grain science and industry; Koushik Adhikari, human nutrition; and col-
leagues published "Pre-Cooked Bran-Enriched Wheat Flour Using Extrusion: Di-etary Fiber Profile and Sensory Characteristics," Journal of Food Science, Vol. 73, No. 4.

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Linda Harvey, journalism and mass communications; and Dana Minihan, agronomy; and colleagues will present "Connect. Develop. Achieve. The Essence of NACTA," North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture 2008 conference, June 10-13, Logan, Utah.

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Yasuyuki Arakane, Karl Kramer, Subbaratnam Muthukrishnam, biochemistry; Richard Beeman, entomology; and student published "Functional Specialization Among Insect Chitinase Family Genes Revealed by RNA Interference," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, Vol. 105.


Uwe Thumm and colleagues published "Time-Series Analysis of Vibrational Nuclear Wave-Packet Dynamics in Ds+," Physical Review A, June 2008.


The following K-State faculty members presented at the Midwestern Psychological Society's 79th annual meeting, May 2008, Chicago:

Gary Brase, "Perceptions and Practical Applications of Different Numerical Formats."

Brase and colleagues, "Do People Shift Adaptively Be-tween Retrospective and Prospective Memory?"

Donald Saucier and students presented "Monolinguals' and Bilinguals' Perceptions of Codeswitching."

Saucier and students, "Feminist Identification, Feminist Ideology, and Beliefs in Stereotypes about Feminists."

Saucier and students, "Creation and Validation of a Measure of Honor Beliefs."

Saucier and student, "Testing the Dimensionality of Social Dominance Orientation and Right-Wing Authoritarianism."

Mary Cain and students, "The Effects of Mecamyla-mine on Nicotine-Induced Extinction and Reinstatement in Differentially Reared Rats."

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Satoris Youngcourt and colleagues published "The Importance of Construct Breadth When Examining Inter-role Conflict," Educational and Psychological Measurement, Vol. 68, June 2008.

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Youngcourt and student presented posters at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology meeting, April 10-12, San Francisco.

Veterinary medicine

Tracey Jackson presented "Cellular & Molecular Analysis of Hormone Production and Gene Expression in a Feline Insulinoma," American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine forum, June 5, San Antonio.