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University Letter

January 24, 1997

Volume 34 No. 21






UNIVERSITY LETTER

UNIVERSITY LETTER INDEX

Forums Will Discuss Promotion And Tenure

     EVENTS TO NOTE

Seminar Will Discuss Professional Rejection

Music And Medicine Topic Of Dean s Hour Presentation

Candidate To Present Anatomy Seminar

Biochemistry Candidate Will Present Lecture

Doctoral Exam Set For S. Jean Caraway

Psychology Will Hold Colloquium

Graduate Committee Will Meet Monday

NIH IDeA Center Informational Meeting Set

Successful Writing Is Focus Of WAC Forum

Psychology Colloquium Examines School-To-Work Transition

     Movement

17 Former Participants To Help Celebrate 10th Anniversary

     Of Hultberg Lectureship

GTA Training Session Set

Teaching Abroad Is Discussion Topic

MAC Will Present "Dr. King s Dream"

Biology Will Hold Seminar

     OF ACADEMIC INTEREST

Faculty: Please Complete Committee Preferences Questionnaire

Faculty Invited To Use Feedback Process To Improve Instruction

CILT Offers Faculty Software Training

Research Listserv Available

Entrants Sought For Merrifield Competition

     GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Writing Across The Curriculum Grants Available

Graduate Research Fellowships Available

Human Subject Research Must Be Approved By IRB

Activities Using DNA Must Be Reviewed

     BILLBOARD

Names Of Retiring And 25-Year Employees Sought For Founders

     Day Honors

Counseling Center Will Offer Educational Series

Faculty Asked To Inform Students About Mock Interviews

SPSS Site License Expired

University Notes Death Of Student

Departments, Student Organizations Invited To Place

     Information Online

     AFTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Rush Tickets Available For "Mame"

Women s Center Lists Events

International Centre Lists Events

Visit Witmer Art Gallery

N.D. Quarterly Focuses On "Buffalo Commons"

     FYI

Denim Day Is Jan. 29

Credit Union Annual Meeting Set

Denim Day Charities Selected

Credit Union Offers Instant Cash And Check Card

     CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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ATTACHMENT: Bookstore Specials (online)

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Forums Will Discuss Promotion And Tenure



Faculty members are invited to attend a forum on promotion and tenure at

UND from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, in the Sioux Room, Memorial

Union.  Panelists scheduled are Provost and Academic Vice President Marlene

Strathe, Graduate Dean Harvey Knull, and Dean of Arts and Sciences John

Ettling.  There will be a question and answer period after the panelists

speak.



The second forum on the same topic will be held at 3 p.m. in the Sioux Room

on Wednesday, Feb. 19.  The panelists, who are faculty members who have

recently been involved in the tenure process, will be Mary Cutler (Theatre

Arts), Bruce Dearden (Mathematics), and Jacob Wambsganss (Accounting and

Business Law).  The forums are sponsored by the President's Advisory

Council on Women (PAC-W).  For more information, contact me. -- Jan Zahrly,

Associate Professor of Management, 7-4697.

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EVENTS TO NOTE



Seminar Will Discuss Professional Rejection



The Counseling Department, Topics in Counseling and Counseling Psychology

Research and Practice will present "Pick Your Heart Up Off the Floor, Sit

Right Down and Write Some More: Dealing With Professional Rejection," with

Denise Twohey (Counseling), at noon Thursday, Jan. 23, in 318 Montgomery

Hall.  Everyone is welcome, whether or not you are taking the seminar for

credit. -- Linda Winter, Topics in Counseling and Counseling Psychology

Research and Practice Coordinator.

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Music And Medicine Topic Of Dean's Hour Presentation



Four musicians associated with the Grand Forks Symphony will present "Music

and Medicine" for the Dean's Hour Lecture Series Thursday, Jan. 23, at noon

in the Keller Auditorium, located at the Wold Center, the southwest

addition to the School of Medicine and Health Sciences. The public is

invited.



Presenters are Joanne (Family Medicine) and Gerald Gaul (Surgery); Timm

Rolek, Symphony Conductor, and Karen Zeller Eri, Symphony Executive

Director.



The presentation is the fourth in the series of Dean's Hour presentations

for the 1996-97 academic year. Initiated in February 1995, the Dean's Hour

Lecture Series is a forum for presenting ideas and issues related to the

practice of medicine and health care. For more information, contact the

Office of Academic Affairs and Research, UND School of Medicine and Health

Sciences, 7-2515. -- Thomas Norris, Executive Associate Dean, Academic

Affairs and Research, School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

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Candidate To Present Anatomy Seminar

A candidate for a faculty position in the Department of Anatomy and Cell

Biology will present a seminar at noon Thursday, Jan. 30, in the Reed

Keller Auditorium, Room 1350, School of Medicine and Health Sciences. 

"Multiple Roles for Myosin II in Dictyostelium Morphogenesis" will be

presented by James McNally, Assistant Professor of Biology in the

Department of Biology and Assistant Professor of Biomedical Computing in

the Institute of Biomedical Computing at Washington University. -- Mark

Olson, Chair, Histology Search Committee.

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Biochemistry Candidate Will Present Lecture



Douglas McAbee, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at the

University of Notre Dame, will present "Iron-Dependent Regulation of

Hepatocyte Metabolism of Lactoferrin," at 9 a.m. Friday, Jan. 24, in 5510

Medical Sciences Building.  Dr. McAbee received his B.A. in

Biology/Chemistry from Point Loma College and his Ph.D. in Cell Biology

from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas.  His

postdoctoral work was with Paul Weigel at the University of Texas Medical

Branch in Galveston.  He is a candidate for a faculty position in the

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  All interested persons

are invited to attend. -- Robert Nordlie, Professor and Chair of

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

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Doctoral Exam Set For S. Jean Caraway



The final examination for S. Jean Caraway, a candidate for the Ph.D. degree

with a major in Clinical Psychology, will be held at 8 a.m. Monday, Jan.

27, in 210 Corwin-Larimore Hall.  The dissertation title is "Sexual

Coercion Factors Associated With Women's Reported Experience of Verbal

Coercion."  Jeffrey Holm (Psychology), is the committee chair.  Members of

the Graduate Faculty are invited to attend. -- Harvey Knull, Dean, Graduate

School.

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Psychology Will Hold Colloquium



The Psychology Department will hold a colloquium in which George Gaither

(Psychology) will present "Penile Plethysmography: An Examination of Its

Internal and External Validity." This will be held Monday, Jan. 27, in Room

102, Nursing Building, from noon to 1 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. 

-- Joan Peterson, Psychology Department.

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Graduate Committee Will Meet Monday



The Graduate Committee will meet Monday, Jan. 27, at 3:05 p.m. in 305

Twamley Hall. The agenda will include:



1.  "Distance Education at UND and Elsewhere," Robert Boyd, Dean,

Continuing Education;

2.  Graduate Faculty Election Process, Dean Knull;

3.  Graduate Program Review Process, Dean Knull;

4.  Consideration of a request by the Geography Department to give graduate

credit for GEOG 422, Geography of Water Resources;

5.  Matters arising.

-- Harvey Knull, Dean, Graduate School.

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NIH IDeA Center Informational Meeting Set



Researchers in health and behavioral science are invited to take part in

the NIH IDeA Center. The first informational meeting is set for 9:30 a.m.

Thursday, Jan. 30, on Interactive Video Network. Grand Forks participants

can join the meeting in UND's Gamble Hall, Room 130.



The Center will help facilitate submission of successful proposals to the

National Institutes of Health. The network of health and behavioral science

researchers will include North Dakota State University, the University of

North Dakota (including the School of medicine), the Neuropsychiatric

Research Institute, and the Roger Maris Cancer Center.



Through quarterly IVN meetings, investigators will hear about current

research, funding opportunities, and mentoring/development activities. A

listserv and web page are being developed. For more information, or to add

your name to the listserv, contact Mark McCourt at mccourt@plains.nodak.edu

or Kevin McCaul at mccaul@badlands.nodak.edu, or call (701) 231-8622. --

Jan Orvik, Editor, for Janice Hanson, Department of Psychology, North

Dakota State University.

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Successful Writing Is Focus Of WAC Forum



"Writing Assignments That Work" is the subject of a half-day Writing Across

the Curriculum (WAC) forum Thursday, Jan. 30, from noon to 4 p.m. in the

Memorial Union Sioux Room. Lunch is provided.



Purpose of the forum is to give faculty in a variety of disciplines a

chance to share writing projects they have used in their classes --

projects that engage students in learning and promote critical and creative

thinking. All participants will be asked to contribute one assignment they

have used successfully (or perhaps not so successfully) in the past.



To register, call the University Writing Program at 7-3600 or e-mail Libby

Rankin at rankin@badlands.nodak.edu. Deadline for registration is Monday,

Jan. 27. -- Libby Rankin, Director, University Writing Program.

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Psychology Colloquium Examines School-To-Work Transition Movement



The UND Psychology Department will present a colloquium Monday, Feb. 3,

from noon to 1 p.m. in the Nursing Building, Room 102. Cindy Juntunen,

Department of Counseling Psychology, will present "The School-to-Work

Transition Movement and Vocational Psychology." Everyone is welcome to

attend. For more information, please contact me at 7-3451. -- Joan

Peterson, Department of Psychology.

*******



17 Former Participants To Help Celebrate 10th Anniversary 

Of Hultberg Lectureship



"The Hultberg Vision: A Decade of Successful UND Women" is the theme of the

10th anniversary of the Hultberg Lectureship celebration, scheduled for

Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Memorial Union. It will be a

homecoming of sorts as 17 former Hultberg Lectureship participants take

part in five concurrent panels on women and business-related issues. Those

on the panel include:



Karen Bohn, CEO, Piper Jaffray Companies, Minneapolis; Sally Bosh,

Controller, Phoenix International, Fargo; Gail Bostrom, Facilities

Print./Mail/Records Services Leader, NSP, Minneapolis; Terri Clark,

Controller, UND Aerospace; Susan M. Thomson Greenheck, Business Owner,

Minot; Joan Haugland McCusker, Treasury Manager, Alliant Tech Systems,

Minneapolis; Heidi Heitkamp, North Dakota Attorney General; Peggy Kuhn,

Financial Economist for Senate Banking Committee, Washington, D.C.; Laurie

Lafontaine, Vice President, Alliana Health Systems, Minneapolis; Linda

Schwab Massman, Andersen Consulting, Los Angeles; Joan Morris, Finance

Manager, AgAir, Valley City; Melissa Nething, Human Resources

Representative, Weyerhaeuser Co., Enumclaw, Wash.; Betsy Olson, Consultant,

Minneapolis; Ruthanne N. Polidori, District Court Judge, Denver; Peggy

Rolle Schmidt, Executive Recruitment, Minneapolis; Carleen Shilling,

Partner, Eide Helmeke, Phoenix; and Marilyn Stinson, Professor, St. Cloud

State University.



Moderators for the panels include Toby Baker, UND First Lady; Gail Stewart

Hand, Grand Forks Herald; Grand Forks Mayor Pat Owens; Robin Silverman and

Kathy Jones.



In addition to participating in the concurrent panels, the Lectureship

participants will visit UND classes throughout the day. Piper Jaffray will

also have a presence on campus at the North Dakota Museum of Art, where the

Piper Jaffray Collection, featuring a regional collection assembled in

states where Piper Jaffray does business, will be on display through Feb.

23.



The Hans and Susanna Hultberg Lectureship was established by their

daughter, Carla Anderson, through the University of North Dakota

Foundation. Clara graduated from the UND College of Business and Public

Administration in 1928. -- Ray Diez, Industrial Technology, for the

Hultberg Lectureship Committee.

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GTA Training Session Set



A Graduate Teaching Assistant training session will be given by Hank

Slotnick (Neuroscience) on Wednesday, Feb. 5, from 3 to 4 p.m. in 16-18

Swanson Hall. This session will cover techniques that make students more

productive learners, such as ways to help students answer their own

questions in class, ways to get students involved in discussions, and, more

generally, ways to attract and maintain students' attention. This session

will be most useful to GTAs who want their students to become actively

involved in their learning. -- Harvey Knull, Dean, Graduate School.

*******



Teaching Abroad Is Discussion Topic



The topic for the next "OID Brown Bag" on Thursday, Feb. 6, at noon is

"Teaching Abroad." David Marshall, Director, International Programs, will

facilitate a panel of UND faculty who have recently taught abroad. The

session will be especially interesting to faculty who have not but might

wish to teach abroad and to persons interested in issues related to culture

and teaching. These sessions are open to all faculty and staff of the

University. To reserve a complimentary box lunch, phone Instructional

Development at 7-3325 no later than noon Thursday, Jan. 30. -- Dan Rice,

Director, Instructional Development.

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MAC Will Present "Dr. King's Dream"



The Multicultural Awareness Committee, a division of UND Student Government

will present "Dr. King's Dream" at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11, in the South

Ballroom, Memorial Union. The performance will be given by the Mixed Blood

Theater Company of Minneapolis and will focus on the famed civil rights

leader's trials and search for equality and justice. The performance lasts

about an hour, and a short discussion follows the program. Admission is

free.



For more information, call 7-3065. -- Ben Subedi, Coordinator of Student

Organizations and Advisor, Multicultural Awareness Committee.

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Biology Will Hold Seminar



On Friday, Feb. 24, Jody Rada (Anatomy and Cell Biology) will present a

seminar titled "Extracellular Matrix Changes During Scleral Growth and

Aging," in 141 Starcher Hall at noon. Dr. Rada's research program addresses

the fundamental causes of near-sightedness. -- Colin Hughes, Assistant

Professor of Biology.

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OF ACADEMIC INTEREST



Faculty: Please Complete Committee Preferences Questionnaire



The University Senate Committee on Committees is charged with the task of

developing a slate of candidates for election to Senate standing

committees. In addition, the Committee on Committees is often called upon

to recommend faculty to committees appointed by the President, the Student

Senate and the Vice President for Academic Affairs. To ensure the widest

possible participation in the governance of the University, we ask that you

complete the University Committee Preferences questionnaire which has been

distributed. Please take a moment to indicate your willingness to serve.

The Committee on Committees uses this information as part of the nomination

process whenever we are asked to provide recommendations. Return the form

as soon as possible and no later than Wednesday, Jan. 29, to me at Box

8376. -- Dave Uherka (Mathematics), University Senate Committee on

Committees.

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Faculty Invited To Use Feedback Process To Improve Instruction



Faculty members are encouraged to make use of the Small Group Instructional

Diagnosis (SGID) student feedback process to improve instruction.  SGID is

a confidential peer consultation service which generates helpful student

feedback from individual classes.  The process is best used at mid-semester, which enables the

instructor to make mid-course improvements in

the class.  SGID documentation may be included by the faculty member in the

promotion file as evidence of attention to effective teaching.  To schedule

an SGID or for more information about the process, contact the Office of

Instructional Development, 7-3325. -- Dan Rice, Director of Instructional

Development.

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CILT Offers Faculty Software Training



The Center For Instructional and Learning Technologies will offer Spring

1997 Faculty Software Workshops which include presentation, publishing, and

drawing software workshops. The lab offers both Windows 95 and Power Mac

platforms. PowerPoint 7.0, PageMaker 6.0, CorelDRAW 6, and Microsoft

Publisher 97 are all offered on the Windows 95 platform. PowerPoint 4.0 and

PageMaker 6.0 are offered on the Power Mac platform. See attached flyer for

dates and times; please call Lynn Weiner at 7-4150 for reservations. All

classes are held in Room 8, Sayre Hall. Workshop descriptions and dates

follow.



MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 

PowerPoint is a presentation graphics program which adapts to your needs so

you always have the right teaching tools for presenting creatively and

effectively. PowerPoint offers on-screen presentations and output from 35mm

slides and color overheads to black-and-white paper copies. Easy for

beginners to learn and use, PowerPoint can also be adapted to meet the

needs of more experienced users. Courses are PowerPoint 1, Introduction to

Power Point; PowerPoint 2, Intermediate Power Point; and Power Point 3,

Advanced.



ADOBE PAGEMAKER

Adobe PageMaker 6.0 is the world's leading cross-platform professional page

layout software. PageMaker makes designing, producing, and delivering

sophisticated publications easy, because you can use it to combine text and

graphics created from a wide range of applications for both print and

electronic delivery.



CorelDRAW

CorelDRAW 6 offers fully featured software applications for illustration

with polygon, spiral, graph paper, knife and eraser tools. This drawing

program has extensive text-handling with precision-drawing features to

produce illustrations that can be used for publications, handouts, or in

electronic presentations.



MICROSOFT PUBLISHER 97

Create effective, high-impact publications and World Wide Web sites with MS

Publisher 97. It's perfect for your syllabus, newsletter, study guides, and

reports, and its easy to use. In just minutes, you can turn your ideas into

professional-looking publications, in print and online.



SCHEDULE



January 1997

Monday, Jan. 27, PowerPoint 3, 9 to 11 a.m.;

Wednesday, Jan. 29, PowerPoint 2, 1 to 4 p.m.



February 1997

Tuesday, Feb. 11, CorelDRAW, 9 a.m. to noon;

Thursday, Feb. 13, PowerPoint 1, 6 to 9 p.m.;

Tuesday, Feb. 18, PowerPoint 2, 9 a.m. to noon;

Wednesday, Feb. 19, MS Publisher, 9 a.m. to noon;

Monday, Feb. 24, PowerPoint 2, 1 to 4 p.m.;

Wednesday, Feb. 26, PowerPoint 1, 9 a.m. to noon;

Thursday, Feb. 27, PowerPoint 3, 1 to 3 p.m.



March 1997

Wednesday, March 5, PowerPoint 3, 9 to 11 a.m.;

Thursday, March 6, PowerPoint 1, 6 to 9 p.m.;

Monday, March 17, PowerPoint 1, 1 to 4 p.m.;

Wednesday, March 19, PowerPoint 2, 9 a.m. to noon;

Thursday, March 20, CorelDRAW, 9 a.m. to noon;

Tuesday, March 25, PageMaker, 9 a.m. to noon;

Wednesday, March 26, PowerPoint 1, 1 to 4 p.m.



April 1997          

Tuesday, April 1, PowerPoint 3, 9 to 11 a.m.;

Tuesday, April 8, PowerPoint 1, 9 a.m. to noon;

Thursday, April 10, PowerPoint 2, 6 to 9 p.m.;

Monday, April 14, PowerPoint 1, 9 a.m. to noon;

Wednesday, April 23, MS Publisher, 9 a.m. to noon;

Monday, April 28, PowerPoint 2, 9 a.m. to noon.



-- Lori Swinney, Information Technology Support Specialist, Center for

Instructional and Learning Technologies.

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Research Listserv Available



The Office of Research and Program Development announces a new electronic

mailing list, "RESEARCH-TALK," for communicating research news and views

across the UND campus. RESEARCH-TALK is available free by subscription to

all University personnel who wish to be informed about research

opportunities and discuss research issues important to UND.



To subscribe to RESEARCH-TALK send an e-mail message to:



listserv@listserv.nodak.edu with the message in the body of the mail

containing the command: sub RESEARCH-TALK your first name  your last name



For example: sub RESEARCH-TALK Carl Fox



Note: Groupwise users should use the following address:



internet:listserv@listserv.nodak.edu



Questions can be addressed by contacting me -- Carl Fox, Director, Office

of Research and Program Development, 7-4280 or carl_fox@mail.und.nodak.edu 

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Entrants Sought For Merrifield Competition



The Chester Fritz Library and the UND Alumni Association and Foundation

sponsor the Merrifield Competition for the most outstanding scholarly

research paper submitted by a UND student, undergraduate or graduate. A

grant from the Alumni Association and Foundation enables the Library to

recognize outstanding scholarly research utilizing primary source materials

held in the Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections. This

recognition is provided through an annual UND scholarship award of $1,500.

Papers will be juried by Sandy Slater (Special Collections), Albert Berger

(History), Joyce Coleman (English), Christina Dufner (Languages), and

Donald Miller (Visual Arts). Deadline for submission of papers is Friday,

April 25. Brochures which outline the competition and award guidelines are

available at the Chester Fritz Library Reference Desk, Administrative

Office, or the Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections. --

Sandy Slater, Head, Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections.

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GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS



Writing Across The Curriculum Grants Available



Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) grants are now available to UND

departments, programs and colleges for projects that can be completed by

the end of April. The deadline for proposal submissions is Friday, Feb. 7,

and any proposals related to teaching with writing are welcome. Proposals

should fit one of the following categories:



1.  Half-day workshops: For departments or other academic units where there

is an interest in collaborative discussions about writing and the

curriculum, half-day brainstorming workshops can be funded.  For each

workshop, WAC funds are available to provide up to $125 for workshop

expenses.  A $500 discretionary grant, which can be spent to meet any need

consistent with University policy, will also be awarded with each workshop.



2.  Program development grants: Faculty in some departments or academic

units may have a specific plan to increase or improve the use of writing in

the curriculum.  Program development grants are designed to fund projects

related to teaching with writing.  Proposals of up to $2,000 will be

considered for funding.



Interested faculty members may pick up an application form at the WAC

office in 12A Merrifield Hall, telephone 7-3600 to have a form mailed to

you, or e-mail hawthorn@badlands.nodak.edu or rankin@badlands.nodak.edu. --

Joan Hawthorne, WAC Coordinator, 7-6381.

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Graduate Research Fellowships Available



The North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute invites applications

for Summer Research Fellowships for 1997, which are offered to support

water resources research by graduate students at UND and NDSU. The award is

$3,000 for the period from May 16 to Aug. 15, 1997. A travel grant of $200

will also be available to each fellow. The student's advisor must provide a

two-to-one match from non-federal (typically in-kind) sources. Selection of

fellows will be based on the following criteria: completeness and clarity

of the letter application, scholastic standing and accomplishments, and

faculty recommendations. Three fellowships will be awarded. Interested

students or advisors should contact G.J. McCarthy at (701) 231-7193 or

gmccarth@prairie.nodak.edu for application details. The deadline for

receipt of applications is Friday, March 7. 



-- Jan Orvik, Editor, for G.J. McCarthy, Distinguished Professor and Chair

of Chemistry; Director, North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute;

Director, Center for Main Group Chemistry, 104B Ladd Hall, Department of

Chemistry, NDSU.

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Human Subject Research Must Be Approved By IRB



The UND Institutional Review Board (IRB) was established in 1980 to protect

the rights and welfare of humans who are the subjects of research

activities conducted under the auspices of the University.  All persons

affiliated with the University who wish to conduct research involving human

subjects on or off campus must first receive approval of the IRB.  This

process is initiated by submitting a research protocol to the IRB.  Forms

are available in the Office of Research and Program Development (ORPD) in

105 Twamley Hall.



There are three categories used in the review of research protocols; they

are Exempt, Expedited, and Full Board review.  Descriptions of the various

categories of review are included with the IRB forms.  Approval of Exempt

and Expedited protocols may be provided by an individual member of the

Board and generally do not require a Full Board review.  Approximately 14

days are required for the review if it is determined that an Exempt

reviewer may request additional information or refer the protocol to the

Full Board.  In either case, the review may take longer.  The Full Board

meets on a monthly basis; the calendar follows.



If a Full Board review is required and the protocol involves clinical

subjects, the Clinical Medical Subcommittee must also review the protocol

and provide a recommendation to the IRB.  This typically requires an

additional week for the review process.



IRB members are available to make presentations to faculty, students and

staff members regarding IRB policies and procedures.  Also, ORPD has

several videos and books which may be checked out by faculty members. 

Contact Shirley Griffin at 7-4279 or shirley_griffin@mail.und.nodak.edu if

you are interested in either of these options.



Meetings of the Institutional Review Board are held at 4 p.m. in 305

Twamley Hall. Meeting dates for the remainder of the spring semester are:

Friday, Feb. 14, Wednesday, March 5; Friday, April 4; and Friday, May 2.  

Proposals requiring full Board review are due on these dates: Tuesday, Feb.

4; Monday, Feb. 24; Tuesday, March 25; and Tuesday, April 22.



Clinical proposals requiring review by the Clinical Subcommittee and the

full Board are due on these dates: Tuesday, Jan. 28; Monday, Feb. 17;

Tuesday, March 18; and Tuesday, April 15.



 -- F. R. Ferraro (Psychology), Chair, Institutional Review Board.

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Activities Using DNA Must Be Reviewed



The UND Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) requires that ANY research,

teaching, or activities which utilize recombinant DNA or involve the use of

biohazardous research material be subject to a University Review Process

and that these activities be approved by the IBC prior to their initiation. 

The IBC is the only authorized University committee which can approve

projects and activities involving recombinant DNA and biohazardous research

material.  The IBC will follow NIH guidelines for recombinant DNA and

biohazardous material research to determine the suitability of the project

and the decision to approve a project or activity.  Any project or activity

not approved can be revised and resubmitted to the IBC for consideration.



All faculty or staff who plan to use recombinant DNA or biohazardous

materials for research, teaching or other activities must submit an

original and 12 copies of the completed signed application form to the IBC. 

The IBC will consider the application at its earliest convenience.



For grant applications submitted to more than one funding agency, it will

only be necessary to submit one application to the IBC prior to submission

to the granting agencies.  One copy of all submitted grant applications

utilizing recombinant DNA or biohazardous materials must be submitted to

the IBC.



Any changes to an approved project with respect to recombinant DNA or

biohazardous materials must receive IBC approval prior to their use. 

Anyone considering the use of recombinant DNA should contact the Office of

Research and Program Development, 105 Twamley Hall, 7-4279, for a copy of

the NIH Guidelines, the Recombinant DNA Review Form, and other information. 

-- Barry Milavetz (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology), Chair,

Institutional Biosafety Committee.

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BILLBOARD



Names of Retiring And 25-Year Employees Sought For Founders Day Honors



Faculty and staff members who are retiring or are marking 25 years of

service to the University will be honored at the Founders Day Banquet at 

6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Memorial Union Ballroom.  Your assistance

is requested in identifying employees who should be honored at the

ceremony.



To be honored, retiring employees must have completed 15 years of service

to the University; they must have begun working at UND before July 1, 1981,

and will be retiring by June 30, 1997.  Those being honored for 25 years of

service must have started working here between Feb. 28, 1970, and Feb. 28,

1971. Persons who started working before Feb. 28, 1970, but have had

interrupted terms of service to UND may also be honored if their cumulative

years of service total 25 and meet criteria.



If you know of anyone who meets the above criteria but has not yet been

contacted to participate in Founders Day, please forward his or her name to

me as soon as possible. -- Lorna Jacobson, Administrative Officer,

President's Office, 7-2122.

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Counseling Center Will Offer Educational Series



An Adult Children of Alcoholics educational seminar and therapy group will

assist adults coming from alcoholic homes to learn to love and focus on the

self. Sessions will be led by Karin Walton and Linda Hendrikson (both

Counseling Center). The educational series will be held Wednesdays, Jan. 29

and Feb. 5, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in 301 O'Kelly Hall. Group process will

be held from 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12 through April 9. Those wishing to

participate in a therapy group must attend the educational series. Group

size is limited; register by calling the Counseling Center at 7-2127. --

Linda Hendrikson, Counseling Center.

*******



Faculty Asked To Inform Students About Mock Interviews



Faculty and staff are asked to encourage students to participate in Mock

Interview Day on Thursday, Feb. 6, in the Memorial Union Ballroom.  Local

professionals will conduct and critique practice job interviews at no cost

to the students.  This provides all students, in any major, an excellent

opportunity to assess their interviewing strengths and weaknesses. 

Students may sign up for 30-minute time slots at the Career Services

Office, 120 Hyslop Sports Center (north entrance). -- Mark Thompson,

Director, Career Services.

*******



SPSS Site License Expired



As announced a year ago, the license for SPSS on the MVS operating system

expired in December 1996.  This affects people who accessed SPSS through

WYLBUR.



If you would like a PC site license for SPSS, contact Elmer Morlock at

7-3786.  If you would like to use SPSS on the UNIX system, you need to

apply for logins to a general purpose UNIX system and the ABACUS system. 

Please see User Note #G6 on how to apply for a general account and the

Computer Center web page on how to obtain an ABACUS account. -- Marlys

Hanson, User Services, Computer Center.

*******



University Notes Death Of Student



It is with regret that the University announces the death of Francis

Delabreau. A native of Shawano, Wis., he was enrolled in the Center for

Aerospace Sciences, majoring in Computer Science. -- Lillian Elsinga,

Associate Vice President for Student Affairs.

*******



Departments, Student Organizations Invited To Place Information Online



Departments, offices, and student organizations are invited to place

entries on UNDInfo, the University's online menu system. It currently

contains directories, calendars, academic information, job openings, news

and more, and we'd like to add your information to the system, which is

accessible worldwide. We'll train you in placing information online; the

only requirement is a computer hooked to the Computer Center mainframe.

There is no charge. Student organizations are more than welcome to place

information about their groups online; their only additional requirement is

an advisor's name so we have someone to contact when school is not in

session. If you're interested, please call me at 7-3621 for more

information. -- Jan Orvik (University Relations), Co-Manager, UNDInfo.

*******



ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT



Rush Tickets Available For "Mame"



Rush tickets will be available for UND students, faculty, and staff for the

theater production of "Mame" at the Chester Fritz Auditorium Tuesday, Jan.

28.  Rush tickets are half-price tickets for balcony seating, and are

available on the day of the show only.  There is a two-ticket limit; you

must produce your UND ID.  Call 7-4090 for more information. -- Tom

Swangler, Box Office Manager, Chester Fritz Auditorium.

*******



Women's Center Lists Events



The Wednesday, Jan. 29, Feast and Focus Program at noon in the Women's

Center, 305 Hamline, is "Cultural Identity Mask."  Each of us belongs to

many cultural groups, and together these affiliations shape us into unique

individuals.  These factors include, but are not limited to, race,

ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender, nation of origin, socio-economic status, and more. 

This discussion will focus on clarifying the

definition of culture and will help participants relate this concept to

their own lives.



The Thursday, Jan. 30, For Women Only program at noon in the Women's Center

is "Life in the Palm of Your Hand."  Life is a process, and your palms are

its road map.  Knowing yourself is the key to life's ultimate success, and

it is impossible to get what you want out of life until you know enough

about yourself to truly know what you want and what will bring you peace

and joy.  Join us for this fun introduction to palm reading. -- Donna

Oltmanns, Coordinator, Women's Center.

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International Centre Lists Events



The Thursday, Jan. 30, program at 7 p.m. in the International Centre, 2908

University Ave., is "Celebrating Malaysian Culture," and will feature

Malaysian food, artifacts, music, literature, attire, and historical

perspective.  Please join us. -- Sharon Rezac Andersen, Director,

International Centre, 7-4231.

*******



Visit Witmer Art Gallery



You're invited to stop in and see what's new at the Witmer Art Gallery, on

the corner of Cambridge and 5th Avenue North.  We have just sheetrocked a

room above the garage which houses pottery, photography and other artwork,

and have new works from Liz Arnold, Mary Jordheim, Don Miller, and Jim

Ulmer.  We're open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and

noon to 3 p.m. on weekends. Telephone 746-4211 to learn more. -- Sharon

Webb, Director, Witmer Art Gallery.

*******



N.D. Quarterly Focuses On "Buffalo Commons"



The latest issue of North Dakota Quarterly is a special one on the "Buffalo

Commons" proposals of Frank and Deborah Popper. The Poppers, professors of

urban studies and geography, have advanced the idea of returning large

underpopulated areas of the Great Plains, including much of the Dakotas, to

a presettlement state in which large herds of bison and other native

animals would once again roam.



This issue contains a wide range of direct and indirect responses to the

idea, including the diary of a woman homesteader near Dickinson and a

memoir of an early Red River Valley farmer who stuck it out through hard

times to found a successful farm still in the family.



Among other writing the issue also contains a wonderfully comic short story

by Garrison Keillor ("My North Dakota Railroad Days"), essays by Kathleen

Norris and Linda Hasselstrom, a poem by Thomas McGrath ("The Buffalo

Coat"), and writing by UND graduates Diane Drake, Roland Flint, and Mike

Jacobs.



Dean of Arts and Sciences John Ettling guest-edited the issue, available by

subscription (four issues for $25) or at the Museum of Art, the Urban

Stampede, or the UND Bookstore for $12. -- Robert Lewis, Editor, North

Dakota Quarterly.

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FYI



Denim Day is Jan. 29



Denim Day for January is Wednesday, Jan. 29.  Dig out your Denim Day

button, pay a dollar to your department coordinator, and enjoy going casual

in this snowy winter.  If you can't find your button, your coordinator or I

will be glad to supply you with another for 50 cents.  All proceeds go to

charity. -- Patsy Nies (Vice President for Student Affairs Office), for the

Denim Day Committee, 7-2724.

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Credit Union Annual Meeting Set



The 59th annual meeting of the University Federal Credit Union is set for

Thursday, Jan. 30, in the Fourth Floor Snack Bar, Twamley Hall.  The social

begins at 3:30 p.m., with the business meeting following at 4 p.m.



One of the privileges of owning your Credit Union is sharing in democratic

decision making.  Each member has one vote and the same rights as any other

member to decide the Credit Union's future.  Reports will be presented by

the board and committee chairpersons.  One board member and one credit

committee member will be elected at the meeting.



Your participation is welcome as we begin a new and better year of serving

you, the members.  Join us and become part of the Credit Union voice. --

George Meister, Manager, University Federal Credit Union.

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Denim Day Charities Selected



The following charities were selected as the 1997 recipients of Denim Day

funding: Community Violence Intervention Center, Home Delivered Meals,

Inc., Humane Society of Grand Forks, and North Dakota Special Olympics. --

Karen Cloud (Chester Fritz Library), Denim Day Charity Selection Committee.

*******



Credit Union Offers Instant Cash And Check Card



The University Federal Credit Union now offers an instant cash and check

card. The card gives members easy access to their checking account, and can

be presented as payment at more than 12 million merchants. The purchase

amount is automatically deducted from your share draft account just as if

you had written a paper check.



With the Instant Cash and Check card, you can take your checking account

with you wherever you go. The increased convenience offered by the card

will be an exciting new benefit for everyone, both around town and as you

travel. You will be able to use the card at automated teller machines

(ATMs) in the Instant Cash and Cirrus networks, in addition to the Visa

network of ATMs in over 160 countries around the world.



Other advantages of your credit union share draft/checking account are no

monthly fees, no per draft charges, no minimum balance required, no deposit

cost when using direct deposit, and easy record keeping with duplicate

checks. For more information, stop in or call the credit union at 7-2274.

The 59th Annual Meeting is set for Thursday, Jan. 30, in the Snack Bar at

Twamley Hall, with the social beginning at 3:30 p.m. and the business

meeting at 4 p.m. -- George Meister, Manager, University Federal Credit

Union.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS



JANUARY 1997



(Please contact Mavis at the Office of University Relations, Box 7144, or

call 777-4304, if you wish to make changes or have an event included.)



Thurs., Jan. 23 -- MEDICAL SCHOOL DEAN'S HOUR PRESENTATION, "Music and the

Physician," presented by members of the Greater Grand Forks Symphony

Orchestra, Reed T. Keller Auditorium, Room 1350, School of Medicine and

Health Sciences, noon.



Thurs., Jan. 23 -- ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY SEMINAR, faculty candidate

Erica TenBroek, Research Associate, Department of Genetics and Cell Biology

at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, will present "The Regulation of

Gap Junction Assembly Between Connexin43-Knockout Fibroblasts Rescued With

Mutant or Wild Type Connexin43," Frank Low Conference Room, B710, School of

Medicine and Health Sciences, noon.



Thurs., Jan. 23 -- SEMINAR, "Pick Your Heart Up Off the Floor, Sit Right

Down and Write Some More: Dealing With Professional Rejection," with Denise

Twohey (Counseling), 318 Montgomery Hall, noon; presented by Counseling

Department, Topics in Counseling and Counseling Psychology Research and

Practice; everyone is welcome, whether or not you are taking the seminar

for credit.



Thurs., Jan. 23 -- WOMEN'S CENTER FOR WOMEN ONLY PROGRAM, "The Winter

Blues," Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects nearly 30 percent of our

North Dakota population and the majority of those affected are women,

Women's Center, 305 Hamline St., noon.



Thurs., Jan. 23 -- "RECLAIMING OUR HERITAGE," with stories told by United

States citizens whose foreparents immigrated to the U.S.A.; also a video of

Ellis Island will be featured, International Centre, 2908 University Ave.,

7 p.m.; all are welcome; call 777-4231 for more information.



Thurs., Jan. 23 -- CROSS COUNTRY SKI WORKSHOP, Dale Anderson presents the

workshop for beginners or a refresher course on the basics, River Valley

Room, Memorial Union (also Thursday, Jan. 30); fee is $15 per person (ski

equipment will be provided);  call Dale Anderson at 777-2502 or Mark Van

Essen at 777-3981 to register.



Fri., Jan. 24 -- BIOCHEMISTRY CANDIDATE LECTURE, "Iron-Dependent Regulation

of Hepatocyte Metabolism of Lactoferrin," by Douglas McAbee, Assistant

Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Notre Dame, 5510

Medical Sciences Building; all interested persons are invited to attend.



Fri., Jan. 24 -- BASKETBALL, MEN'S, UND at University of Northern Colorado,

Greeley, Colo.



Fri., Jan. 24 -- BASKETBALL, WOMEN'S, UND at University of Northern

Colorado, Greeley, Colo.



Fri., Jan. 24 -- SWIMMING AND DIVING, UND at Gustavus Adolphus College, St.

Peter, Minn.



Fri., Jan. 24 -- WRESTLING, UND vs. South Dakota State University, Hyslop

Sports Center, 7 p.m.



Fri. and Sat., Jan. 24-25 -- HOCKEY, UND at Colorado College, Colorado

Springs, Colo.



Sat., Jan. 25 -- NATIONAL CERTIFICATION AGENCY EXAMINATION, River Valley

Room, Memorial Union, 8:30 a.m.



Sat., Jan. 25 -- BASKETBALL, MEN'S, UND at University of Nebraska at Omaha,

Omaha, Neb., 8:05 p.m.



Sat., Jan. 25 -- BASKETBALL, WOMEN'S, UND at University of Nebraska at

Omaha, Omaha, Neb., 6 p.m.



Sat., Jan. 25 -- SWIMMING AND DIVING, MEN'S and WOMEN'S, UND at Iowa State

University, Ames, Iowa.



Sat., Jan. 25 -- WRESTLING, UND vs. Augustana College, Hyslop Sports

Center, 7 p.m.



Mon., Jan. 27 -- GRADUATE COMMITTEE MEETING, 305 Twamley Hall, 3:05 p.m.



Mon., Jan. 27 -- PSYCHOLOGY COLLOQUIUM, "Penile Plethysmography: An

Examination of Its Internal and External Validity" presented by George

Gaither (Psychology), Room 102, Nursing Building, noon to 1 p.m.; everyone

is welcome to attend.



Mon., Jan. 27 -- DOCTORAL EXAM for S. Jean Caraway, a candidate for the

Ph.D. degree with a major in Clinical Psychology, 210 Corwin-Larimore Hall,

8 a.m.; members of the Graduate Faculty are invited to attend.



Mon. through Fri., Jan. 27-31 -- HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, Environmental

Training Institute course (2940), Bismarck, N.D.; cost is $400 for 24-hour

class and $700 for 40-hour class; call 777-3341 for more information.



Mon., Jan. 27, through Thurs., Feb. 6 -- ART EXHIBIT, alumnus Paul Noot of

Bismarck will show drawings and paintings, Gallery, Hughes Fine Arts

Center; artist will be present for opening Jan. 27 from 5 to 7 p.m.;

everyone is welcome.



Tues., Jan. 28 -- INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD deadline for clinical

proposals (require Subcommittee and full Board review).



Tues., Jan. 28 -- THEATRE SERIES, "Mame," starring Morgan Brittany; join

the song and dance adventure of eccentric, adventurous, fun-loving Auntie

Mame as she teaches her 10-year-old nephew about love and life, Chester

Fritz Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.



Wed., Jan. 29 -- FACULTY PROMOTION, TENURE FORUM, Sioux Room, Memorial

Union, 3 to 4:30 p.m.; all faculty members are invited to attend this

forum, sponsored by the President's Advisory Council on Women (PAC-W), 

focusing on the views of administrators; panelists will be Provost and

Academic Vice President Marlene Strathe, Dean of the Graduate School Harvey

Knull, and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences John Ettling (second

forum will be Feb. 19); call Jan Zahrly at 777-4697 for more information.



Wed., Jan. 29 -- EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR for Adult Children of Alcoholics and

therapy group that will assist adults coming from alcoholic homes to learn

to love and focus on the self (series also held Wednesday, Feb. 5), 4:30 to

6:30 p.m. in 301 O'Kelly Hall; group process will be held from 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Feb. 12 through April 9; call the Counseling Center at 777-2127

to register.



Wed., Jan. 29 -- FEAST AND FOCUS PROGRAM, "Cultural Identity Mask," Women's

Center, 305 Hamline St., noon; discussion will focus on clarifying the

definition of culture and will help participants relate this concept to

their own lives.



Wed., Jan. 29 -- DENIM DAY, wear your button, pay a dollar to your

department coordinator, and enjoy going casual; all proceeds go to charity.



Thurs., Jan. 30 -- ACT PEP TEST, Room 312, O'Kelly Hall, 8:30 a.m.



Thurs., Jan. 30 -- ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY SEMINAR, faculty candidate

James McNally, Assistant Professor of Biology in the Department of Biology

and Assistant Professor of Biomedical Computing in the Institute of

Biomedical Computing at Washington University, will present "Multiple Roles

for Myosin II in Dictyostelium Morphogenesis," Frank Low Conference Room,

B710, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, noon.



Thurs., Jan. 30 -- WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM (WAC) FORUM, "Writing

Assignments That Work," faculty in a variety of disciplines may share

writing projects they have used in their classes that engage students in

learning and promote critical and creative thinking; call Libby Rankin at

777-3600 or e-mail her at rankin@badlands.nodak.edu to register.



Thurs., Jan. 30 -- INFORMATIONAL MEETING, researchers in health and

behavioral science are invited to take part in the NIH IDeA Center; first

meeting is set for 9:30 a.m. on Interactive Video Network; Grand Forks

participants can join the meeting in UND's Gamble Hall, Room 130; for more

information, contact Mark McCourt at mccourt@plains.nodak.edu or Kevin

McCaul at mccaul@badlands.nodak.edu.



Thurs., Jan. 30 -- 59th ANNUAL CREDIT UNION MEETING, Snack Bar, Twamley

Hall, social begins at 3:30 p.m., business meeting at 4 p.m.



Thurs., Jan. 30 -- FOR WOMEN ONLY PROGRAM, "Life in the Palm of Your Hand,"

Women's Center, 305 Hamline St., noon; life is a process, and your palms

are its road map; join us for this fun introduction to palm reading.



Thurs., Jan. 30 -- "CELEBRATING MALAYSIAN CULTURE," featuring Malaysian

food, artifacts, music, literature, attire, and historical perspective,

International Centre, 2908 University Ave., 7 p.m.; all are welcome; call

777-4231 for more information.



Thurs., Jan. 30 -- HAZARDOUS MATERIALS CLASS, Eight Hour Refresher Class,

Environmental Training Institute course (2945), Comfort Inn, Highway 2

East, East Grand Forks, Minn.; cost is $150; call 777-3341 for more

information.



Thurs., Jan. 30 -- MEETING, Underrepresented Student Recruitment Committee,

305 Twamley Hall, 9 to 10 a.m.



Fri., Jan. 31 -- BASKETBALL, MEN'S, UND at Morningside College, Sioux City,

Iowa, 8 p.m.



Fri., Jan. 31 -- BASKETBALL, WOMEN'S, UND at Morningside College, Sioux

City, Iowa, 6 p.m.



Fri. and Sat., Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 -- HOCKEY, UND vs. University of

Minnesota, Ralph Engelstad Arena, 7:35 p.m.





FEBRUARY 1997



Through Thurs., Feb. 6 -- ART EXHIBITION, paintings of Paul Noot, former

Bachelor of Fine Arts student, currently in Bismarck, Gallery, Hughes Fine

Arts Center.



Through Sun., Feb. 23 -- ART EXHIBITION, Piper Jaffray Collection, a

regional collection assembled in states where Piper Jaffray does business,

North Dakota Museum of Art.



Sat., Feb. 1 -- OPTOMETRY ADMISSION TEST (OAT), Room 114, Witmer Hall, 8

a.m.



Sat., Feb. 1 -- GALA BENEFIT DINNER AND ART AUCTION, North Dakota Museum of

Art, 6 p.m.



Sat., Feb. 1 -- OPTOMETRY ADMISSION TEST (OAT), Room 114, Witmer Hall, 8

a.m.



Sat., Feb. 1 -- SATURDAY MORNING LEGISLATIVE FORUM, Moine Gates,

Governmental Affairs chair, will moderate discussions; Grand Forks

legislators will be present to discuss legislative topics of interest to

the citizens; forum is open to the public (held every other Saturday, also

Feb. 15 and March 1 and 15); City Council Chambers, third floor, City Hall,

255 Fourth St. N., 10 a.m.



Sat., Feb. 1 -- BASKETBALL, MEN'S, UND at University of South Dakota,

Vermillion, S.D., 8 p.m.



Sat., Feb. 1 -- BASKETBALL, WOMEN'S, UND at University of South Dakota,

Vermillion, S.D., 6 p.m.



Sat., Feb. 1 -- WRESTLING, UND at Valley City State University

Invitational, Valley City, N.D.



Sun., Feb. 2 -- HAPPY BIRTHDAY FRANZ with the Grand Forks Master Chorale,

Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra performs Franz Schubert's "Mass in

G" to celebrate the bicentennial anniversary of Schubert's birth, location

to be announced, 3 p.m. (call 777-3359 for ticket information).

*******



UNIVERSITY LETTER is published weekly (bi-weekly during the summer) and

distributed at no charge to members of the University community. It is

also available electronically through UNDInfo, the University's menu

system on the Internet. The addresses are http://www.und.nodak.edu for

World-Wide Web and uninfo.und.nodak.edu for gopher.

  

All articles submitted for publication should be labeled "University

Letter" and must reach the editor by 1 p.m. TUESDAY. Electronic

submissions may be sent to jan_orvik@mail.und.nodak.edu. Attachments to

University Letter require approval of the editor and an account number.

University Letter is issued by the UND Office of University Relations,

Jan Orvik, editor, Box 7144, 411 Twamley Hall, 777-2731.

  

UND is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.

*******





UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE SPECIALS



The University Bookstore is located on the main floor of the Memorial

Union. We can be reached at . . .



(701) 777-2746, toll free 1-800-671-0948, or by fax at (701) 777-3410



If you are on-line, please check out our web site at . . .



http://bookstore.und.nodak.edu/bookstore/



or send us email . . . bookstor@operations.und.nodak.edu





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THE FOLLOWING ARE SPECIALS AT THE UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE.



- Memory Training / Question Session  -  Computer Service Dept.

- Blizzard Special / Memory Blitz  -  Computer Service Dept.



(More information about each of these is listed below.)





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ATTENTION: System Managers, Network Managers, Technicians



The University Bookstore is sponsoring a Memory Training / Question

session. Representatives from Viking will be on hand.



The Memory Training / Question session will be on January 28, 1997 in the

Memorial Union Lecture Bowl from 1 to 3 pm. Refreshments will be served.



RSVP by January 24, 1997 to the University Bookstore Computer Service Dept.

(777-6224).



NOTE - This session will be highly technical.





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BLIZZARD SPECIAL - - Memory Blitz





Attention: Mac and PC Owners!!



We have a special on Non Parity and Parity Memory!



NON PARITY MEMORY (72 pin SIMM, 168 pin DIMM, and EDO) 8 Meg is only $ 49 -

16 Meg is only $ 94 - 32 Meg is only $ 189 and

Parity Memory (72 pin SIMM)

8 Meg is only $ 59 - 16 Meg is only $ 104 - 32 Meg is only $ 199



Due to the Blizzard we've extended this offer until January 31, 1997!



Computer Service Department

777-6224 - Swanson, Room 12



Limited Quantities . . . offer good only while supplies last! All Memory

must be paid for and picked up by January 31, 1997.





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Have a nice day and please check out our web site!

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