Newsletter Announcements for the week of February 11, 2018
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Smith BA*, Mottishaw CR*, Hendricks AJ*, Mitchell J*, Becker S*, Ropski PS*, Park B*, Finkbeiner-
Caufield** M, Garay-Nontol B*, Holman RW, Rodnick KJ. Potential roles of inorganic phosphate on the progression of initially bound glucopyranose toward the nonenzymatic glycation of human hemoglobin: Mechanistic diversity and impacts on site selectivity. Cogent Biology 4(1) Article 1425196, 24 Jan 2018. (This paper involved 8 undergraduate co-authors* and 1 graduate student co-author**. Ms. Ropski, Finkbeiner-Caufield, and Garay-Nontol are currently enrolled in different medical schools and Ms. Mottishaw and Hendricks were Idaho INBRE fellows during the summer of 2017.)
Mary Meyerpeter, MS graduate student with Dr. David Delehanty, will present her proposal seminar, “Brood Translocation as a Population Rescue Method for Greater Sage-Grouse,” Thursday, February 15, 2018, in Lecture Center 10 at noon.
Dr. Ellen Wohl will present a seminar, “Beyond the Neutral Pipe Hypothesis: Rivers and the Global Carbon Cycle,” Thursday, February 15, 2018, in Lecture Center 10 at 4 p.m.
Jade Ortiz, PhD graduate student with Dr. Colden Baxter, will present her proposal seminar Thursday, February 22, 2018, in Lecture Center 10 at noon.
Dr. Charles Peterson will present a seminar Thursday, February 22, 2018, in Lecture Center 10 at 4 p.m.
Jennifer Parrot will present a Hazardous Waste Training Seminar on Thursday, March 1, 2018, in Lecture Center 10 at 4 p.m.
ISU Academic Calendar
||Presidents' Day holiday (no classes)|
|February 19||Early 8-week course grading opens|
|Feb 26 - Mar 2
Our pay period ends Saturday, February 10. Please be sure to submit your time by Monday, February 12 at noon. This gives your approver time to approve your time card and fix any problems by Tuesday, February 13 when time cards are due to Payroll.
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