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May 1, 2003, Gazette

Dr. D-R Parkinson, Environmental Science, Grenfell College and J. Pawliszyn presented Derivatization, Spme, and GC/MS Analysis of Some Tin, Mercury and Lead Solutions by Automated Methods, at Pittcon 2003 in Orlando, Florida, March 9-14. Dr. Parkinson, with I. Bruheim, S. Penalver and J. Pawliszyn, presented Automated Solid Phase Microextraction in Fiber Derivatization for the Determination of Short Chain Fatty Acids and Aldehydes in Water, at Pittcon 2003 in Orlando, Florida, March 9-14. With J. Pawliszyn presented Uses of Automation for the Derivatization of Organo-metal Compounds for spme-GC/MS Analysis, at the fifth International Symposium on Advances in Extraction Technologies, Extech 2003, at St. Pete Beach, Florida, March 5-7. With I. Bruheim, C. Goodridge, I. Christ and J. Pawliszyn presented Automation of Derivatization Headspace SPME-GC-MS, at the 5th International Symposium on Advances in Extraction Technologies, Extech 2003, at St. Pete Beach, Florida, March 5-7.

Dr. Jim Wyse’s method for managing the Web-based data repositories utilized by “location-aware” applications in mobile commerce was published by the United States Patent Office on Feb. 13, 2003. Dr. Wyse’s article on the research carried out to evaluate the method’s performance will be published in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Mobile Communications. Dr. Wyse is in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Dr. Graham Shorrocks, English, recently returned from S.E.D.E.R.I. XIII, the 13th annual conference of the Sociedad Española de Estudios Renacentistas Ingleses/Spanish Society for English Renaissance Studies, at the University of Jaén, Spain, where he gave a plenary lecture titled The Westmoreland Dialect in the late Early-Modern Period.