Papers & Presentations

(Dec. 12, 1996, Gazette)

DR. T. A. LOEFFLER, Physical Education, has had two chapters published in the book Women's Voices in Experiential Education. Her chapters are called Leading the Way: Strategies that Enhance Women's Involvement in Experiential Education Careers, and Sexual Harassment and Experiential Education Programs: A Closer Look.

DAVID BEHM, Physical Education, has had a paper titled Muscle Inactivation: An Assessment of the Interpolated Twitch Technique, published in the Journal of Applied Physiology. The work was co-written by D. M. M. St-Pierre and D. Perez.

In July, DR. WILLIAM SCHIPPER, English, presented a paper titled The Earliest Manuscripts of Rabanus Maurus' De rerum naturis at a conference on pre- modern encyclopedic texts at the University of Groningen. The trip was supported by a travel grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

DR. MELVIN BAKER, university archivist, has had two papers published recently. Book Collectors in Newfoundland: The Case of W. G. Gosling, co-written with the late G. M. Story, was published by Dalhousie University's School of Library and Information Studies in "The Book Disease": Atlantic Provinces Book Collectors. Down North: A Historiographical Overview of Newfoundland and Labrador was published by Lakehead University's Centre for Northern Studies in The Historiography of the Provincial Norths.