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FSU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Holds Dean’s Student Colloquium
04/17/2002

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Frostburg State University recently held the first Dean’s Student Colloquium and Dinner.

Created to cultivate and recognize significant student endeavors outside the classroom, the Colloquium honored undergraduate students from every major program in the college who are engaged in a unique or particularly interesting activity. Students selected for the Colloquium had the opportunity to describe their work.

A combination of formal presentations and informal table talk, the Colloquium promoted the exchange of ideas, fosters interdisciplinary understanding and respect and reinforces individual morale. Abstracts submitted by each participant are included in a booklet that serves as a permanent record of the event.

Seventeen projects involving 22 students were selected:

 John Tobiason - Art and Design: “Design Work Done for Frostburg State University”

 Brandon Lingenfelter – Biology: “Can Rhodococcus equi be Isolated from Soil and Fecal Samples?”

 Kristi Weigle – Biology/Biotechnology: “AFLP Analysis of Maryland Populations of Taxus Canadensis, a State-rare Medicinal Plant Species”

 Andy Reynolds – Computer Science: “Student Services Provided by the FSU Computer Club”

 Lori Cannon – Dance: “Charmer” – a solo dance

 Kesha Frisby, Cynthia Riley and Tim Sloane – Electrical Engineering: “Web Camera for Interactive Video Classroom”

 Roger Alan Skipper – English: “Some Other Tuesday” – a novel

 Larisa Yelovich – History: “The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter”

 Erin Frankenberry – History/Social Science: “Working Women and the Suffrage Movement from 1900-1920”

 Alison Kaplon – Mass Communications: “FSU Department of Mass Communication Recruitment Campaign”

 Phillip Wagner, Andrew Limbaugh and Adam McCoy – Mechanical Engineering: “A Mechanical Device for Rolling Over the Physically Handicapped”

 Ray Rogers and Michael Shaffer – Physics: “Implementation of LabView Virtual Instruments in Physical Science Classes”

 Dawn Garlitz – Psychology: “Addiction Educator Survey: Preliminary Findings”

 Shawn Golden – Psychology: “Object Memory, Location Memory and Mental Rotation: Sex Differences?”

 Rosa Anise Smith – Social Work: “Multiple Projects”

 Tina Woodard – Theatre: “Reaching for the Stars”

 Angela D. Burns – Wildlife and Fisheries: “Monthly Variation in Scat Marking by River Otters Along Tionesta Creek in Northwestern Pennsylvania”

For information about FSU’s College of Liberal Arts, call (301) 687-4120 or visit the Web site at http://www.frostburg.edu/colleges/clas/index.htm.

For further information on this release, contact:

Office of News and Media Services
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD  21532-2303

Telephone: 301-687-3171
Fax: 301-687-7589
E-mail: news@frostburg.edu