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Tim de Noble was part of the panel discussion "Schumacher's Influence on Teaching Architectural History/Theory and the Design Studio," at a symposium honoring the life and career of Thomas L. Schumacher, FAAR, April 9-10, University of Maryland, College Park, Md.

Residences de Noble designed as part of deMx Architecture have been published in the April issues of AY Magazine and Northwest Arkansas CitiScapes.


Jason Scuilla
and Mike McMann presented "Non-Toxic Electro-Etching Using Traditional and Digital Intaglio Techniques," International SGC Conference, March 24-27, Philadelphia, Pa.


James W. Carpenter
presented nine hours of lectures on exotic animal, wildlife and zoo animal medicine, 2010 Central Veterinary Conference East, April 10-12, Baltimore, Md.

Greg Grauer presented two hours on chronic kidney disease, Hawaii Veterinary Medical Association meeting, April 27, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Mike Apley presented "Defining Resistance in Animals and Humans: What You Can and Can't Conclude From Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing"; "The Resistance Challenges in Human and Veterinary Medicine: 'Superbugs'"; Antimicrobial Decision Making When Resistance is Encountered"; "The Current and Future Environment For Antimicrobials in Veterinary Medicine"; American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, April 16, Denver, Colo.


Bimal Paul
has been named book review editor for The Professional Geographer, a journal published by Taylor and Francis for the Association of American Geographers.


Jennifer Askey
presented "Maxim Biller: Location, Location, Location," at the roundtable on Contemporary Jewish-German Authors, Northeast Modern Language Association Convention, April 7-11, Montreal, Canada.

Douglas Benson organized two sessions on Spanish poet Gloria Fuertes, chaired one of the sessions and presented "Las Multiples Perspectivas De La Ecoloia En La Poesia Ultima De Gloria Fuertes," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, April 15-17, Lexington, Ky.