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Gilah Hirsch, professor of art, has her work featured in a juried show at Galerie Lakaye in Los Angeles;
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Janine Gasco: Seeds of Change

Like many women, Janine Gasco is obsessed with chocolate. Her obsession however, centers less around eating it, and more around finding ways to bring fair trade practices to its production. Having spent more than 25 years researching forest crops such as cacao and vanilla in the Soconusco region of Chiapas, Mexico, the associate professor of anthropology was able to provide a single source of chocolate to Askinosie Chocolate in Springfield, MO.


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Thomas Landefeld: Curing Minority Disparities in the Medical Profession

Thomas Landefeld, professor of biology, presented “Leaks in the Minority Student
Pipeline: Do faculty mend them or create them?” and “Careers in Endocrinology” at
Voorhees Technical College in Denmark, SC, underscoring the need for minorities in the medical profession.

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Gus Martin: Terrorism Expert Appointed to Editorial Board of International Journal

C. Augustus (Gus) Martin, assistant vice president, Faculty Affairs, has been invited
to serve as a member of the International Editorial Advisory Board for Critical Studies on Terrorism, a new journal on research and policy in the fields of terrorism, counter-terrorism, and state terror. Directed to an audience of practitioners and scholars in the United States, Great Britain, and Australia,
the publication will be launched in 2008.

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Photo above: "Refuge (Chassiah)" by Gilah Hirsch, 2000, oil on wood. Courtesy of Gilah Hirsch

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