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April 29, 2003

Leni Dyer, assistant professor in the communication and theatre department, recently returned from New Orleans, La., where she presented a paper at the Popular Culture Association national conference. The paper was on the ceremonial aspects of the transformational masks of the Kwakwak Kawakw people of the Northwest coast. This was Dyer's first paper at this conference and was well received.
April 29, 2003

Leni Dyer, assistant professor in the communication and theatre department, recently returned from New Orleans, La., where she presented a paper at the Popular Culture Association national conference. The paper was on the ceremonial aspects of the transformational masks of the Kwakwak Kawakw people of the Northwest coast. This was Dyer's first paper at this conference and was well received.

Dr. Jerry Plummer and Dr. Tommy Meadows of the College of Business attended the annual meeting of the Society of Business, Industry and Economics in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., April 14-16. They presented two papers, "Intel's Processor Price Point Settings; A Truth Stranger than Fiction" and "The Consolidated Freight Bankruptcy: A View from an Employee Standpoint," which was co-written by Dr. Roy Baker of the College of Business. Plummer moderated a session, as well as being a paper discussant. Meadows was a paper discussant.