Ashish Gupta, School of Business, presented on a panel at Mayo Clinic Conference on Systems Engineering and Operations Research in Health Care August 9-11. The presentation focused on Simulation and Modeling Application in ICU System Operational Analysis: Case Study of Sepsis Resuscitation. Panelist were Yue Dong, MD (Mayo Clinic) and Ashish Gupta, PhD (Minnesota State University Moorhead), Fazi Amirahmadi, PhD […]
Cecilia Mafla-Bustamante, Languages and Cultures, attended the V International Congress of Sección de Estudios Ecuatorianos de LASA, Quito, Ecuador. June 1-3, 2011. She presented the paper “El mundo de las evidencias y las evidencias del mundo poético de Efraín Jara Idrovo.”
Walter Sizer and Wayne Chen, both Mathematics, attended the spring meeting of the North Central Section of the Mathematical Association of America April 15-16 at Carleton College. Wally Sizer made the presentation, “Period Two Solution to some Systems of Rational Difference Equations.”
Women’s Studies Director Dr. Linda Fuselier presented her research as an invited speaker at the Gender and STEM Research Symposium at Purdue University. Her presentation, entitled Research to Practice: Integrating science into Women’s Studies and Feminist Science into the undergraduate science curriculum, was co-authored by Dr.s Kasi Jackson from West Virginia University and Claudia Murphy from MSUM Women’s Studies. The […]
Jared Ladbury, Psychology, presented a paper “Assessing the relationship between trust perceptions and collectivism with the social relations model” at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in San Antonio, Texas. Verlin Hinsz (Psychology, NDSU) was co-author. Magdalene Chalikia, Gary Nickell, and Rochelle Bergstrom, all Psychology, also attended the meeting.