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Jan. 23, 2003, Gazette

q DR. JOHN C. KENNEDY, Anthropology, presented a paper titled Distinct or Similar? Labrador Settlers as Métis and 'Inuit', to a session on mixed communities in the circumpolar north at the American Anthropological Association meetings, New Orleans, Nov. 20.

q DR. DAVID KEEGAN, clinical assistant professor, Family Medicine, presented a poster at the Research in Medical Education component of the Association of American Medical Colleges meeting in San Francisco, November 2002. The project, Building the Benchmark: A Pilot Study of Patient Encounter Analysis to Enhance Undergraduate Medical Education and Improve Rural Health Care Delivery, was conducted prior to leaving Placentia, Newfoundland.

q DR. SUKHINDER KAUR, assistant professor and CIHR New Investigator, Department of Biochemistry, attended the Canadian Lipoprotein Conference in Banff, AB, Oct. 24-27 and gave an oral presentation of a paper titled Response of Cholesterol Ester Transfer Protein to Dietary Cholesterol Varies with the Type and Amount of Dietary Fat, co-authored with graduate student Cathy Murray. She also presented a poster titled Hypercholesterolemic Effect of Fish Oil in F1B Hamsters, co-authored with graduate student Pujitha DeSilva and Dr. Phil Davis (Biochemistry, MUN).

q DR. ELIZABETH CHURCH, Counselling Centre, DR. NORM GARLIE, Faculty of Education, and LYNDA YOUNGHUSBAND, Faculty of Education, recently had a paper titled High School Teacher Stress in Newfoundland, Canada: A Work in Progress published in the conference proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Education. Ms. Younghusband and Dr. Garlie presented the paper at the conference in early January.