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University Letter

January 31, 1997

Volume 34 No. 22

UNIVERSITY LETTER INDEX

University Senate Meeting Set For Feb. 6     
Names of Retiring And 25-Year Employees Sought 
     For Founders Day Honors
Memorial Service Scheduled For Francis Delabreau
     EVENTS TO NOTE
Counseling Seminar Will Consider Facework In Mediation
Graduate Committee Lists Agenda
Psychology Colloquium Examines School-To-Work Transition 
     Movement
Biochemistry Faculty Candidates Will Give Lectures
Teaching With Writing Group Sets Meeting
English Department Sponsors Lecture
17 Former Participants To Help Celebrate 10th 
     Anniversary Of Hultberg Lectureship
History To Hold Brown Bag Lunch Session
Anatomy Faculty Candidates Will Give Seminars
Computer Science Will Hold Enrichment Series
Teaching Abroad Is Discussion Topic
Medical Students To Host Elementary School Science Day
Institutional Review Board Set To Meet Feb. 14
North Dakota's First Solar Car To Be Unveiled
     OF ACADEMIC INTEREST
GTA Training Session Set
Students Should Apply For Scholarships Soon
Faculty Asked To Inform Students About Mock Interviews
     GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Writing Across The Curriculum (WAC) Grants Now Are
     Available To UND
     BILLBOARD
University Notes Death Of Students
Vietnam Veterans Should Note Law Change
UND Carries Insurance Through State
Laundry Will Continue Operation
Moving Discounts Available
Leadership Workshop Series Offered (See Attachment)
     ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
International Centre Lists Events
Entries Sought For Student Art Exhibition
Concert To Honor Schubert's Birthday
Women's Center Lists Events
Music Will Host Visiting Lecturer
Craft Center To Offer Pottery Workshop
Theatre Arts Will Present "Remembrance"
PGA Golf Seminar Set For March 7-8 In Hyslop Sports Center
     FYI
Lecturer Will Discuss AIDS
United Way "Help Book" Available
Brainy Bunch Will Hold Saturday Classes
     CALENDAR OF EVENTS

ATTACHMENTS:
Theology for Lunch "Faith and Life: Our Story"
Health Science Bookstore open Saturdays
Bookstore Valentine's Day Special
CAS Link Snack Bar February Menu
Twamley Snack Bar February Menu
Health Science North Food Cart February Menu
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University Senate Meeting Set For Feb. 6
The University Senate will meet Thursday, Feb. 6, at 4:05 p.m. in Room 7,
Gamble Hall.

AGENDA
1.  Announcements
2.  Minutes of the previous meeting and business arising from the minutes.
3.  Question Period.

CONSENT CALENDAR:
4.  Annual Report of the Honorary Degrees Committee, 1995-96. Kathy Sukalski,
Chair. (Attachment No. 1)

5.  Annual Report of the General Education Requirements Committee, 1995-96.
David Rowley, Chair. (Attachment No. 2)

6.  Annual Report of the Student Policy Committee, 1995-96. Victoria Holden.
(Attachment No. 3)

7.  Annual Report of the Summer Sessions Committee, Spring 1996 and Fall 1996.
Gerald Bass and Donald Piper. (Attachment No. 4)

BUSINESS CALENDAR:

8.  Recommendations from the Curriculum Committee for change in policy for
suspended courses. Carl Barrentine, Chair. (Attachment No. 5)

9.  Resolution on Higher Education Finance Reform:

     "It is resolved that University Senate recommends to the North Dakota
Legislature and the people of North Dakota that they seriously consider
constitutionally reforming higher education financing and the governance
processes for higher education."

Andrew Varvel. (Full document attached to October Senate Agenda.)

10. Request from Bush Planning Grant Task Force for Senate support of Bush
Planning Grant Proposal. Dan Rice, Chair. (Attachment No. 6)

-- Alice Poehls (Admissions and Records), Secretary of University Senate.
*******

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. 

Founders Day banquet tickets will go on sale Monday, Feb. 3, in the
President's Office, 300 Twamley Hall. The banquet begins at 6 p.m.; tickets
cost $5. -- Lorna Jacobson, Administrative Officer, President's Office,
7-2122.
*******

Memorial Service Scheduled For Francis Delabreau

A memorial service for Francis Delabreau will be held Friday, Jan. 31, at 3
p.m. in the South Ballroom of the Memorial Union. The Catholic ceremony will
include Native American activities and will be attended by Mr. Delabreau's
mother and brothers. A reception will follow in the Fireside Lounge on the
second floor of the UND Memorial Union.

A Native American student, Francis L. Delabreau, 26, died in the Nov. 17
blizzard. He was a freshman in computer science attending UND on a NASA
scholarship. He was from Shawano, Wis.
*******

EVENTS TO NOTE

Counseling Seminar Will Consider Facework In Mediation

The Counseling Department Topics in Counseling and Counseling Psychology
Research and Practice seminar Thursday, Jan. 30, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in 318
Montgomery Hall, will be "Facework in Mediation," presented by James Antes
(Psychology and Peace Studies).  Everyone is welcome, whether or not they are
taking the seminar for credit or not. -- Linda Winter, Coordinator, Topics in
Counseling and Counseling Psychology Research and Practice. 
*******

Graduate Committee Lists Agenda

The Graduate Committee will meet Monday, Feb. 3, at 3:05 p.m. in 305 Twamley
Hall. The agenda will include:

1. Graduate Faculty Nominations.
2. Matters arising.

-- Harvey Knull, Dean, Graduate School.
*******

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.
*******

Biochemistry Faculty Candidates Will Give Lectures

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology will present two special
lectures by candidates for a faculty position in the Department. 
John Lew, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,
University of California, San Diego, will present "Protein Kinases and Their
Mechanism of Action," Monday, Feb. 3, at 2 p.m. in 5510 Medical Science. Dr.
Lew received his B.Sci. in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University, and his
M.Sci. in Biochemistry was received from the University of Calgary where he
worked with Jerry Wang. He presently is a Postdoctoral Fellow with Susan
Taylor at UCSD.

On Friday, Feb. 7, at 9 a.m. in 5510 Medical Science, Natalia Y. Kedishvili,
Assistant Scientist, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Indiana
University School of Medicine, will present "Control of Retinol Oxidation by
Alcohol Dehydrogenases." Dr. Kedishvili received both her B.S. and Ph.D. in
Biochemistry from Moscow State University. Her dissertation advisor was
Professor Sergei Severin. She then spent two years as a Research Assistant at
the All-Union Cardiology Center in Moscow. From 1990 to 1994, she was a
Postdoctoral Fellow with Robert Harris in the Department of Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Since that
time she has been an Assistant Scientist there, and currently holds a Mentored
Research Career Development Award. 
Everyone is welcome to attend these lectures. -- Robert Nordlie, Professor and
Chair of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
*******

Teaching With Writing Group Sets Meeting
The Teaching With Writing Discussion Group will meet Tuesday, Feb. 4, from
noon to 1 p.m.  The topic for discussion will be "Making Assignments that
Encourage Revision (Without Doubling Your Workload)."  To sign up for the
group, please call the Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) office at 7-3600 or
respond by e-mail to hawthorn@badlands.nodak.edu. -- Joan Hawthorne,
WAC/Writing Center Coordinator.
*******

English Department Sponsors Lecture

On Tuesday, Feb. 4, Walter Tschacher (Languages) will give a talk in 116
Merrifield Hall at 4 p.m. on "Theodor W. Adorno's Approach to Literature."
Professor Tschacher says, "A leading figure in the (German) Frankfurt School
of philosophers from the 1930s to the time of his death in 1969, Adorno was
the author of influential philosophical and sociological works on issues
ranging from aesthetics, musicology, and mass culture to politics, modern
technology, and the Western philosophical tradition." Copies of one of
Adorno's essays, "On Lyric Poetry and Society," will be available in the
English Department office. Please stop by, or call 7-3321 to have a copy sent
through the mail. Discussion will follow Professor Tschacher's presentation,
which is part of the English Department's First Tuesday Lecture Series.
Everyone is welcome. -- Elizabeth Hampsten,  Professor of English, 7-3987.
*******

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,
Clara 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.
*******

History To Hold Brown Bag Lunch Session

The History Department and Phi Alpha Theta will hold a brown bag lunch session
Wednesday, Feb. 5. Traci Kelly will present "Burned Sugar Pie: Women's Culture
and the Literature of Food," at noon in 217 Merrifield Hall. Bring your lunch.
There will be a question and discussion period following Dr. Kelly's
presentation, which is open to all. This lecture is part of the North Dakota
Humanities Council Larry Remele Memorial Lecture Series. For more information
please contact me. -- David Rowley, Associate Professor of History, 7-3380.
*******

Anatomy Faculty Candidates Will Give Seminars

Two candidates for a faculty position in Anatomy and Cell Biology will present
seminars.

"Proteoglycans, Mesangial Expansion, and Diabetic Nephropathy" will be
considered by Kevin J. McCarthy, Assistant Professor of Cell Biology,
University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, on Wednesday, Feb. 5,
at noon in Room 1370, United Hospital Lecture Hall, Bio-Information Learning
Resources Center, Health Sciences Building.

"Evolutionary and Functional Aspects of Leaping in Primates" will be presented
by Carl J. Terranova, Postdoctoral Researcher/Instructor in the Department of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, Howard University, on Monday, Feb. 10, at noon
in Room 1360, Clifford Haugen Lecture Hall, Bio-Information Learning Resources
Center, Health Sciences Building. -- Edward Carlson, Professor and Chair of
Anatomy and Cell Biology, and Chair, OT/PT Search Committee.
*******

Computer Science Will Hold Enrichment Series

The Department of Computer Science invites interested students and faculty to
attend the first Enrichment Series in Computer Science: Neural Networks and
Genetic Algorithms. In this series of three interactive lectures, we will
explore the basic concepts underlying neural networks and genetic algorithms,
two successful methods of subsymbolic computation and learning. The goal is to
present the fundamental concepts and give participants the ability to continue
to explore these ideas on their own.

There are no requirements for participation. If you are interested in  these
topics and want to know more, please join us.
The presenter for the three sessions will be Bruce Maxwell (Computer Science).

The first lecture, "Creating and Using Artificial Neural Networks," will be
Thursday, Feb. 6, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., in 238 CAS II. In this session we'll
explore the basic architecture and mechanisms of artificial neural networks.
These computational models, inspired by human neural networks in our brains,
have the capability to learn complex functions and tasks. How do they work,
and how do they learn?

The second lecture, "All You Ever Wanted to Know About Genetic Algorithms and
Population-Based Learning," will be Thursday, Feb. 13, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., in
238 CAS II. In this second session, we look at the development of genetic
algorithms  and other population-based techniques. These algorithms, inspired
by the  biological process of evolution, allow us to explore complex spaces
and  solve difficult problems more quickly than traditional symbolic methods.

The third lecture, "Applications of Neural Networks in Speech, Vision, and
Robotics," will be held Thursday, Feb. 27, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., in 238 CAS II.
In this final session, we'll examine the application of artificial neural
networks in real situations. Artificial neural networks have found a wide
variety of applications in speech, vision, and robotics. We'll look at
examples of ANNs recognizing phonemes in speech, recognizing faces in images,
and even driving cars on the highway. 

Please direct any queries to me. -- Bruce Maxwell, Assistant Professor of
Computer Science, maxwell@cs.und.edu, 7-4982.
*******

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.
*******

Medical Students To Host Elementary School Science Day

Members of the local American Medical Student Association (AMSA) will host the
Second Annual AMSA Elementary School Science Day Saturday, Feb. 8, at the
School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

The event, which stresses "hands-on" learning, is open at no charge to
students in grades five and six. Preregistration is required. To accommodate
as many children as possible, two duplicate sessions will be offered. The
morning session will run from 8 a.m. to noon and the afternoon session from 1
to 5 p.m. Participants should preregister for either one; each session is
limited to 150 participants. Registration will be conducted for the first 45
minutes of each session.

In each session, six components are planned to stimulate children's interest
in and knowledge of science. They will focus on topics such as human health
and anatomy, computers in medicine, the Gift of a Life (GOAL) project, tobacco
awareness, various science projects, and the STATS (Students Teaching AIDS to
Students) project.

Snacks will be served midway through each session. Adult supervision will be
provided by the more than 80 medical students who are expected to take part in
the event.

For more information or to obtain preregistration forms, please contact the
Office of Public Affairs at 7-4305. -- Pamela Knudson, Public Affairs, School
of Medicine and Health Sciences.
*******

Institutional Review Board Set To Meet Feb. 14

The Institutional Review Board will meet at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, in 305
Twamley Hall to consider all research proposals submitted to the Office of
Research and Program Development before Tuesday, Feb. 4.  Proposals received
later will be considered only if a quorum has reviewed them and time permits.

Clinical medical projects must be reviewed by the Clinical Medical
Subcommittee before being brought to the full Board.  Proposals for these
projects were due in the Office of Research and Program Development Jan. 28.

Notes from the meeting will be available in ORPD about one week after the
meeting. -- F.R. Ferraro (Psychology), Chair, Institutional Review Board.
*******

North Dakota's First Solar Car To Be Unveiled

Designing, building, and testing a solar-powered car in a state that expects
snow eight months of the year was an irresistible challenge for a group of
optimistic Engineering students. Unfortunately, sunshine was not the only
commodity in short supply. Time and money were equally elusive. Nevertheless,
in the span of about a year, members of UND's Society for Energy Alternatives
raised the necessary funding, researched solar design requirements, designed
and built North Dakota's first solar-powered car, the Subzero.

Subzero will be unveiled in a public ceremony this Valentine's Day, Friday,
Feb. 14, in the Memorial Union Ballroom, at 10:30 a.m. The keynote speaker,
Byron Stafford, a project leader from the National Renewable Energy
Laboratory, will address the future of renewable energy and the viability of
solar-powered consumer automobiles.

Subzero will be entered this summer in Sunrayce '97. Sponsored by the U.S.
Department of Energy, EDS, and General Motors, Sunrayce '97 is a national
collegiate competition challenging students to design, build and race a road-worthy solar car. The race begins in Indianapolis, Ind., on June 19, and ends
when the first car crosses a line 1,230 miles away in Colorado Springs, Colo.
-- Barb Steadman, Media Relations, Society for Energy Alternatives.
*******

OF ACADEMIC INTEREST

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.
*******

Students Should Apply For Scholarships Soon

Faculty are encouraged to remind their students that Saturday, March 15, is
the deadline for submitting applications to receive top consideration for
1997-98 UND honor scholarships. Applications for scholarships must be made
each academic year. Honor scholarship application forms are available in the
Student Financial Aid Office, 216 Twamley Hall. -- Alice Hoffert, Director,
Student Financial Aid.
*******

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.
*******

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.

If your department is considering applying for a WI designation for a course
or courses (so credits will count toward the revised General Education
Requirement in Communication), you are eligible for a WAC grant to facilitate
the planning process.

To submit a proposal:  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.
*******

BILLBOARD

University Notes Death Of Students

It is with regret that the University announces the death of two students. 
Randall J. Cavanaugh, of Fort Totten, was majoring in Vocational Education. 
He was admitted into the Graduate School during the summer semester of 1992. 
Nicholas Tracy Curtis, a graduate student who was majoring in Counseling
Psychology,  was admitted into the Graduate School in fall, 1995.  He died in
Spokane, Wash. -- Lillian Elsinga, Associate Vice President for Student
Affairs.
*******

Vietnam Veterans Should Note Law Change

Effective Jan. 1, the starting date for active military service to be
considered as Vietnam Era service was changed from Aug. 5, 1964, to Feb. 28,
1961.  The bill was introduced by then Sen. Dole last April 29 as S. 1711; the
relevant portion is Section 505.  The bill became law on Oct. 9, with an
effective date of Jan. 1 as P.L. 104-275.

It is recommended that you update your Personal Data form in the Payroll
Office if you were on active duty during this additional time frame.  If you
have any questions, please contact the Affirmative Action Office, 7-4171, or
the Payroll Office, 7-4226. -- Sally Page, Affirmative Action Officer, and Pat
Hanson, Director of Payroll.
*******

UND Carries Insurance Through State

The University of North Dakota carries property and liability insurance
through the State of North Dakota Fire and Tornado Fund and the Risk
Management Fund in Bismarck. If, at any time, an employee is aware of an
action that may cause a claim to be filed against UND, they should contact me
at 7-4228. I will file an incident report and request claim forms for the
claimant. If your department has any property or liability insurance
questions, please direct them to me. -- Pat Hanson, Director of Payroll.
*******

Laundry Will Continue Operation

After receiving bids for outsourcing laundry services, it has been decided to
continue operating the University Laundry.  Bids did not cover services
requested and the costs were significantly higher than the University charges. 
Departments would not have been able to absorb the increased costs, nor would
they have received all the necessary services from outside providers.  As a
result of the bids and service requirements, the University Laundry will
continue operating. -- Al Hoffarth, Vice President for Operations.
*******

Moving Discounts Available

The University has agreements with Allied Van Lines, Graebel Van Lines, and
United Van Lines (Wherley) for moving. These agreements offer up to 50 percent
discounts for UND faculty, staff, students, alumni and retirees.
Please note that use of these agreements must be solely arranged between the
user and the moving company. No financial obligation to the University can be
made by the user or the moving company. For more information, please contact
the Purchasing Office at 7-2681. -- Linda Romuld, Director of Purchasing.
*******

Leadership Workshop Series Offered

The Leadership Workshop Series will be held Mondays at 3 p.m. from Feb. 3 to
March 31 in the Leadership Inspiration Center, third floor, Memorial Union.

Sponsored by the Memorial Union, this series is a collection of non-credit
seminars designed to help students acquire leadership and organization skills
and develop a better understanding of themselves.

The Spring Leadership Workshop Series will consist of seven one-hour sessions
ranging from "Values-Based Leadership" to "Conquering the Fear of Public
Speaking." Presenters will include Randy Newman, President, First National
Bank; Jan Zahrly (Management) and Mary Haslerud Opp (Communications), as well
as many other faculty and staff members from across the University and
community.

There is no charge for these sessions and students as well as faculty are
invited to attend all or part of the series. Pre-registration is not required.
If you have any questions about the Leadership Workshop Series or would like
more information, contact Cynthia Thompson or Shawna Van Roekel at 7-4076. --
Shawna Van Roekel, Project Coordinator for Leadership and Off Campus
Programming, Memorial Union.
*******

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

International Centre Lists Events

The Thursday, Jan. 30, program at 7 p.m. in the International Centre, 2908
University Ave., is "Celebrating Malaysian Culture."  It will feature
Malaysian food, artifacts, music, literature, attire, and historical
perspective.  Please join us. - Sharon Rezac Andersen, Director, International
Centre, 7-4231.
*******

Entries Sought For Student Art Exhibition

Entries for the 1997 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition are due in the
Hughes Fine Arts Building photo room on the second floor Friday, Jan. 31, from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The juror is alumna Bernie Ficek-Swenson from Minneapolis.
The exhibition opens with a program including awards, music and food Sunday,
Feb. 9, from 2 to 4 p.m. and runs through Feb. 23 at the North Dakota Museum
of Art. Contact Angie at 7-9964 for more information. -- Angie Garberina,
President, Art Students Collective.
*******

Concert To Honor Schubert's Birthday

The Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra and the Grand Forks Master Chorale
will present a concert in celebration of the 200th anniversary of Franz
Schubert's birth at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, at United Lutheran Church, 324
Chestnut St. All tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door.

The all-Schubert program will begin with baritone Kristoff Bernacki singing
well-known songs with the orchestra. The Master Chorale will join the
orchestra, under the direction of James Rodde (Music) in the Mass in G; and
the program will close with the Symphony #5, directed by Timm Rolek. Soloists
for the Mass are members of the Master Chorale: soprano Stephanie Becker,
tenor David Henrickson and bass Michael Rockne. The audience is invited to
join the performers for birthday cake following the concert. -- Jan Orvik,
Editor, for Ruth Marshall, Grand Forks Master Chorale and Symphony.
*******

Women's Center Lists Events

The Wednesday, Feb. 5, Feast and Focus program at noon in the Women's Center,
305 Hamline, is "Vocabulary, Questions and Dominance."  Nearly everyone has an
opinion about how women and men differ as communicators.  Which gender uses
more assertive language?  Which gender uses better grammar?  Which words are
used by men and/or women?  What topics are typically discussed by men, and
which ones are reserved for women?  We will examine how our perceptions affect
expectations of difference between women's and men's language production and
actual differences between the genders. 

The Thursday, Feb. 6, For Women Only program at noon in the Women's Center
will be led by Sue Goebel from Valley Health.  She will facilitate a
discussion of women's sexuality issues.  Please join us. -- Donna Oltmanns,
Coordinator, Women's Center.
*******

Music Will Host Visiting Lecturer

On Monday, Feb. 10, the Department of Music and the UND Women's Center will
host a visiting lecturer, Dr. Stewart Carter, of Wake Forest University. At 4
p.m., in 152 Hughes Fine Arts Center, Dr. Carter will coach a Brass Ensemble
Master Class for two University brass quintets and the Collegium Musicum.
Observers are welcome.

At 7:30 p.m., in the Josephine Campbell Recital Hall, Dr. Carter will deliver
a lecture, "Music Knows No Cloister: Isabella Leonarda."  The lecture will
include a live performance of Leonarda's Sonata 12, by Swantje
Bossemeyer-Biernacki, violin.  It is open to the public; admission is free.

Isabella Leonarda, an Italian nun, was the most productive female composer of
the baroque era, with over 200 works to her credit.  

Dr. Carter is Professor of Music at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem,
N.C. A world-recognized sackbut performer and scholar of 17th-century music,
Dr. Carter has edited "Historical Performance," "The Historic Brass Society
Journal and two important books in progress. His articles embrace performance
practice, women's music, and the history of the trombone, and he has published
the first editions of significant works by Isabella Leonarda.  He has
presented his scholarly work both nationally and internationally and is a
highly-respected professional performer of early trombone.

Carter performs regularly with the Carolina Waits, an early brass ensemble,
and the Wake Forest Consort. He has taught early wind instruments at workshops
throughout the United States, most notably at the Amherst Early Music
Festival/Institute, where he has been on the faculty since 1986. He has
appeared in a recording on the Amherst Festival label. Carter recently
returned from Poland, where he presented lectures on early wind instruments in
Wroclaw, Warsaw, and Legnica, and performed with the Polish early music
ensemble Collegio di Musica Sacra in concerts in Wroclaw and Walbrzych.
-- Gary Towne, Associate Professor of Music.
*******

Craft Center To Offer Pottery Workshop

The University Craft Center will offer a six-week pottery workshop on
Wednesday evenings, Feb. 12, 19, 26, March 5, 19 and 26 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
The workshop will teach techniques for throwing on a potter's wheel and
handbuilding with clay. Pieces will be fired and glazed. The registration fee
of $50 includes materials. Registration is open to UND community and the
public; pre-registration by Sunday, Feb. 9, is required. Call the Craft Center
at 7-3979 for registration information. -- Bonnie Solberg, Craft Center
Coordinator.
*******

Theatre Arts Will Present "Remembrance"

The Department of Theatre Arts is proud to present the drama, "Remembrance,"
by Graham Reid. The play tells the story of a Catholic woman and a Protestant
man from Northern Ireland who meet and fall in love while tending their sons'
graves -- in spite of the hatred that has dominated their community for so
long.

"Remembrance," the fourth production of the 1997-97 season, is directed by
Sandra Lindberg (Theatre Arts). The production also features special
appearances by Theatre Arts professors Gregory Gillette and Mary Cutler. The
show runs Tuesday through Saturday, Feb. 18-22 and 25-28 at the Burtness
Theatre. The curtain rises at 7:30 p.m.; tickets are general admission and are
available for $5 at the Burtness Theater Box Office or by calling 7-2587. --
Joel Svendsen, Burtness Theatre Publicity Manager.
*******

PGA Golf Seminar Set For March 7-8 In Hyslop Sports Center

UND will host its 15th annual PGA Golf Seminar Friday and Saturday, March 7
and 8 in the Hyslop Sports Center. The seminar is designed for players,
teachers and coaches who want to improve their own play or help others play
better golf. Topics will include the general golf swing, short irons (chipping
and pitching), figuring handicaps, use of woods, putting, sand shots, medium
irons, long irons, videotape service (bring your own VHS tape and take your
swing home), rules and equipment. Instructors who are tentatively scheduled
for the seminar include Leo Marchel, Rob Stiles, Steve Christian, Malcolm
Rodacker, Jim Leigh, Tom Donarski, and Dan Tannahill of Grand Forks; Scott
Buchholz of Devils Lake; Steve Murdock of Fargo; Cory Nelson of Jamestown;
Jeff Bass of Wahpeton, Greg McCullough, Mark Johnson, Dean Mullerud and Matt
Cook of Moorhead, Minn.; Greg Mireault of Fosston, Minn.; Nick Anderson of
Perham, Minn.; Dan Lehmann of Detroit Lakes, Minn.; and Jack Backer of
Wendover, Nev.

Advance registration is required; call 7-2155. Registration starts at noon
Friday and at 8 a.m. Saturday. The fee is $40 for adults and $25 for college
or high school students. The seminar is being presented in cooperation with
UND's Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and the
Professional Golfers Association of America. Participation is limited to 120
persons. -- Rob Stiles, Golf Coach, Athletics Department.
*******

FYI

Lecturer Will Discuss AIDS

Don Boys will hold lectures on AIDS in the Lecture Bowl, Memorial Union, on
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 10 and 11, at 7 p.m. A native of Ringgold, Ga., Dr.
Boys is a former member of the Indiana House of Representatives, author of 10
books, and has written columns for "USA Today" from 1985 to 1993. He has made
guest appearances on "NBC Nightly News," "CBS Morning News," "Sally Jessy
Raphael Show," "Jerry Springer Show," and others. He will inform UND and the
Greater Grand Forks community of the most recent documented information on the
AIDS epidemic and sexuality. His assertions will be documented by AIDS experts
as well as by his own research. Come and hear if AIDS can be contracted and
transmitted by salad bars, rest rooms, classrooms, insects, kissing, etc. This
lecture is partially funded by the Student Activities Committee and sponsored
by Baptist Campus Ministries. For more information, please call 773-3166. --
Jan Orvik, Editor, for Scott Kuzel, Advisor, Baptist Campus Ministries.
*******

United Way "Help Book" Available

The United Way of Grand Forks, East Grand Forks, and area is pleased to
announce that the latest addition of the United Way "Help Book" is now
available. The directory contains listings for:

*  188 local and regional health and human service agencies and organizations;

*  Over 200 national toll-free numbers;

*  Listings of local support groups, detailing meetings and contact persons;

*  A new listing of local sign language interpreters.

Producing this community reference tool is one of the many services that
United Way provides to the community in addition to its fund raising efforts.
The 1997 Directory was completely revamped, and the index was made easier to
use. Funding to print the "Help Book" was donated, and UND will receive 25
free copies. Campus organizations and offices that would use the directory may
pick up a copy at the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost's
office, third floor, Twamley Hall. -- Jan Orvik, Editor, for Pat Berger,
President, United Way.
*******

Brainy Bunch Will Hold Saturday Classes

The Brainy Bunch Science Club announces its upcoming winter/spring science and
technology classes for students in grades one through six. The Brainy Bunch
sessions meet on Saturdays at the Lincoln Golf Course Clubhouse, with classes
for boys from 9 to 11 a.m. and classes for girls from 1 to 3 p.m. Classes
include "Dinosaurs: Alive and Well?" Jan. 25; "Animal Farm," Feb. 1; "Space
Camp," Feb. 8; "Computer Links," Feb. 15; "The Wild in Winter," Feb. 22;
"Chemical Detectives," March 1; "Too Gross-ology," March 8; and "Electric
Vibes," March 22.

The Brainy Bunch Science Club invites children to explore the worlds of
science and technology through two-hour Saturday classes. Classes are
facilitated by science professionals and other qualified individuals who bring
diverse experiences and tremendous enthusiasm for the subject matter of the
class.

Register for a class and come check out what's new and cool in science! For
more information contact Diane Hiltner at 795-8500. -- Jan Orvik, Editor, for
Diane Hiltner, Brainy Bunch Science Club.
*******

Auction Will Benefit Diabetes Association

The American Diabetes Association is sponsoring the 17th Annual Bud Coss
Memorial Auction for Diabetes Sunday, Feb. 2, at the Holiday Inn in Grand
Forks.  Preview of auction items begins at 11:30 a.m. with the auction from
noon to 6 p.m.

Local businesses and community people have contributed hundreds of items to be
auctioned off by the Curt D. Johnson Auction Company.  All proceeds will be
donated to diabetes research and patient education.  For more information
about the Auction, contact Dawn Botsford at 7-4260. -- Dawn Botsford, Program
Coordinator, Division of Continuing Education.
*******

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.)

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.


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 -- SEMINAR, Counseling Department Counseling and Counseling
Psychology Research and Practice seminar, "Facework in Mediation," presented
by James Antes (Psychology and Peace Studies); 318 Montgomery Hall, noon to
1:30 p.m.

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 -- ENTRIES DUE for the 1997 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition
in the Hughes Fine Arts Building, photo room on the second floor from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m.; exhibition opens Sunday, Feb. 9.

Fri., Jan. 31 -- MEMORIAL SERVICE for Francis Delabreau, South Ballroom,
Memorial Union, 3 p.m.; Catholic ceremony will include Native American
activities with reception following; Delabreau died in the Nov. 17 blizzard
and was a freshman in computer science attending UND on a NASA scholarship.

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 -- INMED Pow-Wow, Grand Forks Civic Auditorium, 615 1st Ave. N.,
noon to midnight; Grand Entry at noon; all are welcome.

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, United Lutheran
Church, 324 Chestnut St., 3 p.m.; all tickets are $10 and can be purchased at
the door.

Sun., Feb. 2 -- 17TH ANNUAL BUD COSS MEMORIAL AUCTION FOR DIABETES, Holiday
Inn, Grand Forks; preview of auction items begins at 11:30 a.m. with the
auction from noon to 6 p.m.

Mon., Feb. 3 -- MEETING, Graduate Committee, 305 Twamley Hall, 3:05 p.m.

Mon., Feb. 3 -- PSYCHOLOGY COLLOQUIUM, "The School-to-Work Transition Movement
and Vocational Psychology" presented by Cindy Juntunen (Counseling
Psychology), Room 102, Nursing Building, noon to 1 p.m.; everyone is welcome
to attend.

Mon., Feb. 3 -- BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY FACULTY CANDIDATE LECTURE,
John Lew, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,
University of California, San Diego, will present "Protecin Kinases and Their
Mechanism of Action, 5510 Medical Science, 2 p.m.

Mon., Feb. 3 -- LEADERSHIP SERIES, "Values-Based Leadership," presented by
Randy Newman, President, First National Bank, Leadership Inspiration Center,
third floor, Memorial Union, 3 p.m.; non-credit sessions are designed to help
students explore leadership from a variety of perspectives and develop an
understanding of themselves; sessions are free and open to the public.

Mon. and Tues., Feb. 3-4 -- FUNDAMENTALS OF WORKPLACE SAFETY, Environmental
Training Institute, Comfort Inn, Highway 2 East, East Grand Forks, Minn.; call
777-3341 for more information.

Tues., Feb. 4 -- INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD deadline for proposals requiring
full Board review.

Tues., Feb. 4 -- ENGLISH DEPARTMENT'S FIRST TUESDAY LECTURE SERIES, Walter
Tschacher (Languages) will talk on "Theodor W. Adorno's Approach to
Literature," 116 Merrifield Hall, 4 p.m.; everyone is welcome.

Tues., Feb. 4 -- TEACHING WITH WRITING DISCUSSION GROUP MEETING, "Making
Assignments That Encourage Revision (Without Doubling Your Workload)," noon to
1 p.m.; to sign up for the group, call the WAC office at 777-3600.

Tues., Feb. 4 -- HULTBERG LECTURESHIP, "The Hultberg Vision: A Decade of
Successful UND Women," is the theme of the 10th anniversary of the Hultberg
Lectureship celebration, Memorial Union, 7:30 p.m.; 17 former Hultberg
Lectureship participants take part in five concurrent panels on women and
business-related issues.

Wed., Feb. 5 -- LAST DAY ON WHICH CANDIDATES MAY APPLY FOR A DEGREE.

Wed., Feb. 5 -- ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY FACULTY CANDIDATE SEMINAR,
"Proteoglycans, Mesangial Expansion, and Diabetic Nephropathy" will be
considered by Kevin J. McCarthy, Assistant Professor of Cell Biology,
University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, Room 1370, United
Hospital lecture Hall, Bio-Information Learning Resources Center, Health
Sciences Building, noon.

Wed., Feb. 5 -- HISTORY BROWN BAG LUNCH SESSION, "Burned Sugar Pie: Women's
Culture and the Literature of Food," will be presented by Traci Kelly, 217
Merrifield Hall, noon; bring your own lunch.

Wed., Feb. 5 -- GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT TRAINING SESSION given by Hank
Slotnick (Neuroscience), 16-18 Swanson Hall, 3 to 4 p.m.; session covers
techniques that make students more productive learners.

Wed., Feb. 5 -- FEAST AND FOCUS PROGRAM, "Vocabulary, Questions and
Dominance," program will examine how our perceptions affect expectations of
difference between women's and men's language production and actual
differences between the genders, Women's Center, 305 Hamline St., noon.

Thurs., Feb. 6 -- MEETING, University Senate, Room 7, Gamble Hall, 4:05 p.m.

Thurs., Feb. 6 -- COMPUTER SCIENCE ENRICHMENT SERIES, "Computer Science:
Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms," the first session, "Creating and
Using Artificial Neural Networks," will be presented by Bruce Maxwell
(Computer Science), 238 CAS II, 4 to 5:30 p.m.; contact Bruce Maxwell at 777-4982 for more information.

Thurs., Feb. 6 -- MOCK INTERVIEW DAY, Ballroom, Memorial Union, faculty are
asked to encourage students to participate; local professionals will conduct
and critique practice job interviews at no cost to the students; students may
sign up for 30-minute time slots at the Career Services Office, 120 Hyslop
Sports Center (north entrance).

Thurs., Feb. 6 -- OID BROWN BAG, "Teaching Abroad," noon, David Marshall,
Director of International Programs, will facilitate a panel of UND faculty who
have recently taught abroad, sessions are open to all faculty and staff of the
University; to reserve a complimentary box lunch, phone Instructional
Development at 777-3325 no later than noon Thursday, Jan. 30.

Thurs., Feb. 6 -- FOR WOMEN ONLY PROGRAM will be led by Sue Goebel from Valley
Health; she will facilitate a discussion of women's sexuality issues; Women's
Center, 305 Hamline St., noon.

Thurs., Feb. 6 -- "CELEBRATING ANTIQUA CULTURE" featuring Antiquan food,
artifacts, music, literature, dance, language, and heritage, UND International
Centre, 2908 University Ave., 7 p.m.; all are welcome; call 777-4231 for more
information.

Fri., Feb. 7 -- LAST DAY TO CHANGE TO/FROM S/U.

Fri., Feb. 7 -- LAST DAY TO CHANGE FROM CREDIT TO AUDIT.

Fri., Feb. 7 -- BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY FACULTY CANDIDATE LECTURE,
Natalia Y. Kedishvili, Assistant Scientist, Department of Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology, Indiana University School of Medicine, will present
"Control of Retinol Oxidation by Alcohol Dehydrogenases," 5510 Medical
Science, 9 a.m.

Fri., Feb. 7 -- "CELEBRATING CHINESE NEW YEAR," International Centre, 2908
University Ave., 7 p.m.; everyone is welcome; call 777-4231 for more
information.

Fri., Feb. 7 -- GREEN AND WHITE DAY, President Baker has approved wearing
jeans and UND colors (hockey, Michigan Tech; men's and women's basketball,
Mankato State University).

Fri., Feb. 7 -- BASKETBALL, MEN'S, UND vs. Mankato State University, Hyslop
Sports Center, 6:30 p.m.

Fri., Feb. 7 -- BASKETBALL, WOMEN'S, UND vs. Mankato State University, Hyslop
Sports Center, 4:30 p.m.

Fri., Feb. 7 -- SWIMMING AND DIVING, MEN'S and WOMEN'S, UND at St. Cloud State
University Dual, St. Cloud, Minn.

Fri., Feb. 7 -- WRESTLING, UND at St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud,
Minn., 7 p.m.

Fri and Sat., Feb. 7-8 -- HOCKEY, UND vs. Michigan Technological University,
Ralph Engelstad Arena, 8:05 p.m.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- LAW SCHOOL ADMISSION TEST (LSAT), Room 7, Gamble Hall, 8:30
a.m.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- AMERICAN COLLEGE TEST (ACT), place to be announced, 8 a.m.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- TEST OF SPOKEN ENGLISH (TSE), place to be announced, 12:30
p.m.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- LAW SCHOOL ADMISSION TEST (LSAT), Room 7, Gamble Hall, 8:30
a.m.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- AMERICAN COLLEGE TEST (ACT), Ground floor, O'Kelly Hall, 8
a.m.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- TEST OF SPOKEN ENGLISH (TSE), Room 312, O'Kelly Hall, 12:30
p.m.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- SECOND ANNUAL AMSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SCIENCE DAY, members of
the local American Medical Student Association (AMSA) will host the event,
which stresses "hands-on" learning, open at no charge to students in grades
five and six; preregistration is required; call 777-4305 for more information.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- BASKETBALL, MEN'S, UND vs. St. Cloud State University, Hyslop
Sports Center, 6:30 p.m.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- BASKETBALL, WOMEN'S, UND vs. St. Cloud State University,
Hyslop Sports Center, 4:30 p.m.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- SWIMMING AND DIVING, MEN'S and WOMEN'S, UND vs. University of
Manitoba and South Dakota State University Dual, Hyslop Sports Center.

Sat., Feb. 8 -- WRESTLING, UND at Mankato State University, Mankato, Minn., 7
p.m.

Sun., Feb. 9, through Sun., Feb. 23 -- 1997 ANNUAL JURIED STUDENT ART
EXHIBITION BEGINS, North Dakota Museum of Art; exhibition opens Feb. 9, with a
program including awards, music and food from 2 to 4 p.m.; contact Angie at
777-9964 for more information.

Mon., Feb. 10 -- ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY FACULTY CANDIDATE SEMINAR,
"Evolutionary and Functional Aspects of Leaping in Primates" will be presented
by Carl J. Terranova, Postdoctoral Reseracher/Instructor in the Department of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, Howard University, Room 1360, Clifford Haugen
Lecture Hall, Bio-Information Learning Resources Center, Health Sciences
Building, noon.

Mon., Feb. 10 -- LEADERSHIP SERIES, "A Trip to Self-Discovery," presented by
Cynthia Thompson, Coordinator of Leadership Development and Programming,
Leadership Inspiration Center, third floor, Memorial Union, 3 p.m.; non-credit
sessions are designed to help students explore leadership from a variety of
perspectives and develop an understanding of themselves; sessions are free and
open to the public.

Mon., Feb. 10 -- Lecture, "Music Knows No Cloister: Isabella Leonarda,"
presented by Stewart Carter of Wake Forest University, Josephine Campbell
Recital Hall, Hughes Fine Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.; lecture will include a live
performance of Leonarda's Sonata 12, by Swantje Bossemeyer-Biernacki, violin;
open to the public and admission is free; At 4 p.m., in 152 Hughes Fine Arts
Center, Dr. Carter will coach a Brass Ensemble Master Class for two University
brass quintets and the Collegium Musicum; observers are welcome.

Mon., Feb. 10 -- THEATRE SERIES, "Kiss of the Spider Woman," a musical that is
an unusual tale of friendship and love that portrays how the relationship
between two men gradually evolves from hostility and distrust to mutual
respect and understanding, Chester Fritz Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.
*******
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