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Hans Coetzee presented "Bovine Anaplasmosis" and "Pain Assessment and Management in Cattle," Iowa Veterinary Medical Association winter conference, Feb. 9, Ames, Iowa.

Coetzee presented "Pain Assessment and Pain Management in Cattle," and "Bovine Anaplasmosis," as a Coughlin Visiting Professor at the University of Tennessee's Annual Conference for Veterinarians, Feb. 4, Knoxville, Tenn.

Dan Thomson presented "Pharmacological Tools for Beef Cattle Welfare," National Cattlemen's Beef Association annual convention, Feb. 4, Denver, Colo.

Thomson presented "Making BQA and Animal Welfare Part of a Beef Cattle Veterinary Practice," James Bailey Preventative Medicine Conference, Feb. 19, South Dakota State University, Brookings, S.D.


Thomas Bell published "Music Reviews," CD Hotlist: New Releases for Libraries, February 2011.

Donna Ekart published "Party Like It's 2006," Computers in Libraries, Vol. 31, No. 1, Jan/Feb 2011.


Emma Betz presented "Invoking Interactional History and Shaping Interactional Trajectories: Two Uses of Names in Every-day German Interaction," Rhetoric in Society 3, Jan. 26-28, Lessius University in Antwerp, Belgium. Her talk was part of the panel discussion "Rhetoric in Everyday Life."


Donald Saucier and colleagues published "New Bottle, Same Old Wine: The GOP and Race in the Age of Obama," The Obamas and a (Post) Racial America, Eds. G. S Parks and M. W. Hughey, Oxford University Press.

Gary Brase and colleague presented "Validation of Domain-Specific Risk-Taking with Three Temporal Perspective Measures," 12th annual conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Jan. 27-29, San Antonio, Texas.