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Dr. Phillip Kemmerly, professor of geology, had a paper, titled Doline Modeling Using Logistic Growth Functions, published in the April issue of the Journal of Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

The journal is the top international journal in Kemmerlys field of research. The journal is published in the United Kingdom and is subscribed to by a large international audience.
Dr. Phillip Kemmerly, professor of geology, had a paper, titled “Doline Modeling Using Logistic Growth Functions,” published in the April issue of the Journal of Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

The journal is the top international journal in Kemmerly's field of research. The journal is published in the United Kingdom and is subscribed to by a large international audience.

Dr. Sharon Mabry, mezzo-soprano and professor of music, was the guest recitalist and master teacher for the annual Vocal Explorations Festival at the University of Minnesota, April 12-14.

Each year the Schuessler Vocal Arts Center at the University of Minnesota invites a prominent artist-teacher for the three-day event.

Mabry presented a recital and lecture and conducted two master classes in which she coached repertoire performed by University of Minnesota graduate students in voice. In addition, the three-day event closed with a panel discussion concerning the future of voice teaching in America, in which Mabry served as moderator.

Participants in the festival included University of Minnesota undergraduate and graduate students, voice faculty and regional members of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.