Michael Delong, biology and Large Rivers Studies Center, was invited to contribute to the development of research priorities for invasive species by the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center, University of Minnesota. In a meeting of researchers and managers, Nov. 19 – 20, the assessment team identified which current and potential invasive species should be priority concerns and what is not known about their biology and potentials for prevention of establishment and control where species are already established.
Lyelle Palmer, professor emerita of special education, presented "Individualizing Instruction & Curriculum-Based Assessment" at the Annual LD & ADHD Symposium of the Learning Disabilities Association of Minnesota in Golden Valley on Nov. 8.
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