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Office of the Vice President for Research and Creative Scholarship; University Relations

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© 1984 University of Montana--Missoula


Contents of this issue include:

Distinguished Scholars

Off-Campus Research Facilities: University of Montana Biological Station at Yellow Bay; Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station at Lubrecht

Anthropology: Writing the unwritten: Preserving Native American languages

Bureau of Business and Economic Research: Bureau of Business and Economic Research keeps a finger on Montana's business pulse

Chemistry: Decoding the secrets of ribosomes

Communication Sciences and Disorders: Help and hope for children with language disorders

Drama/Dance: Pride and joy: The arts enable the disabled

Drama/Dance: On tour with the Rep: Quality theater comes to the West

English: Beyond cowboys and Indians: Tracing the development of Montana literature

Forestry: Small trees, big results: New uses for lodgepole pine

Geology: Up from the sea: 'Lost' continents in the Andes and Rockies?

Health and Physical Education: Making strides in physical fitness

History: The politics of human rights: Shining ideal vs. dark reality

Law: MONTCLIRC: Help for hard-pressed courts

Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit: What does a Bengal tiger have for lunch?

Psychology: Monkeying around with Pac Man

Religious Studies: The legacy of Black Elk

Stella Duncan Memorial Research Institute: Young approach to the 'old' question

Zoology: When is a brookie not a brookie?


Vision 1984