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Presentations

Ahmed, Sayeed Iftekhar (PhD Politics and International Affairs). “The Fakhruddin Interregnum in Bangladesh: Military rule in civilian mask.”  Accepted to the annual convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), New York, February, 2009.

Carver, Ben (MA History).  “Imagining the Battle of Cibecue 1881: Persistent popular visions of Apache Indians.” Accepted to the Arizona History Conference, spring 2009.

Constance, Rachel (PhD History). "Contesting cholera: Renegotiating the semantic meaning of disease in the printed press," 2008 Rocky Mountain Interdisciplinary Conference, Boulder, Colorado.

Flake, Derek (PhD Physical Therapy), Gardner, Jeff (PhD Physical Therapy), and Kempton, Steven  (PhD Physical Therapy). "Success of a physical therapy initiated and educationally based community weight-loss program."  Poster presented at the American Physical Therapy Association Meeting, Las Vegas. The abstract will be published in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy.

Haist, Brandon (MS Applied Geographic Information Science). "Insights into the application of a geographic information system to the Terapa, Sonora, Mexico paleontological site." Poster presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Cleveland, Ohio, October, 2008. Abstract published in the program and abstracts issue of the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.

Honda, Erin (PhD Physical Therapy) and Schmitz, Brian (PhD Physical Therapy). "Physical therapist directed health and wellness wxercise program for the Medicare eligible population in a community-based fitness center." Physical Poster presented at the Therapy Association Meeting, Las Vegas. The abstract will be published in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy.

Howard, Sharon (PhD Physical Therapy). "Need of services for persons with developmental disabilities in Maricopa County." Poster presented at the Therapy Association Meeting, Las Vegas. The abstract will be published in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical
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Kalb, Martin (PhD History). “Distorted historiography: Changing perceptions of German resistance in Nazi Germany.” Accepted to the Missouri Conference on History, spring 2009.

Littleton, Steve (PhD History). "The development of industrial tourism at Rainbow Bridge National Monument."  Rocky Mountain Interdisciplinary History Conference, Boulder, Colorado, 2009.  “Evolving American experience with nature: The development of industrial tourism at Rainbow Bridge National Monument” accepted to the 2009 Arizona History Conference.

Lowell, Anna (MS Forestry). "Management of gambel oak in southwestern ponderosa pine forests." Poster presented at the Society of America Foresters National Convention, Reno, Nevada, November 2008.

Risley, Scott (PhD History). "Indians, eagles and poor folks down by the river: Reassessing the environmental justice of the Orme Dam decision." Paper presented at the Western History Association Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 2008 and at the International Summer School in Forced Migration, Refugee Studies Center, University of Oxford, UK. 

Rowen, Holly (PhD Physical Therapy).  "Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease mortality and hospitalization surveillance in the state of Arizona." Poster presentation at the 2009 American Physical Therapy Association Meeting, Las Vegas, February 2009. 

Sullivan, Ben W. (PhD Forest Science), Hart, S.C., Kolb, T.E. "Methane uptake in forest soils is driven by diffusivity and methane oxidizer community size." American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December, 2008.