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Vol 38  No 6
November 24, 2005


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Papers & Presentations

Saikat Chakrabarti, a PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Benjamin Jeyasurya, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, presented a paper titled Multi-contingency Voltage Stability Monitoring of Power Systems Using Radial Basis Function Network, at the 13th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Application to Power Systems held in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., from Nov. 6-10.

Dr. Gerard Curtis, Visual Culture/Art History, Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, gave an invited paper titled Whatever Happened to Landscape Art?: Earth Art, Bio-Genetic Bunnies and Bio-Terrorism as Art. The paper was presented at the exhibition and symposium The Natural and the Manufactured held at the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture and ODD Gallery Dawson City, Yukon, Aug. 12, 2005.

Dr. Robert Greenwood, director, The Harris Centre, gave the following presentations in September-October: Sept. 9, presentation on Harris Centre Regional Workshops and Inventory to Development Alliance of Western Newfoundland (Economic Zones 6-10), St. Anthony; Sept. 30, Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation (CRRF) Partnering with FCM: New Governance for Rural/Urban Linkages, Presentation to Atlantic Planners Institute, NL Branch, St. Johnís; Oct. 15, Initiating and Managing Change in Small Jurisdictions: Lessons from Canada and the North Atlantic Rim, presentation at Big Lessons from Small Places: A Forum on Governance in Rural North America and the North Atlantic Rim, Twillingate; Oct. 22, presentation on Harris Centre Regional Workshops and Inventory to Newfoundland and Labrador Regional Economic Development Association, Happy Valley-Goose Bay; and Oct. 28, Priorities for Growing the Economy of Newfoundland and Labrador, presentation to Trade Show 05: Discovering Opportunities, Clarenville.

Dr. Valerie Legge, Department of English, recently presented a paper titled The Grace R. Hebard and Agnes C. Laut Correspondence: American Historian Meets Canadian Roughneck, at the 18th Biennial Association for Canadian Studies in the United States in St. Louis, Missouri.

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