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Jan. 20, 2004 • Volume 13 Number 9

Nota Bene

Asst. Prof. Leslie Wind (GSSW) has been selected for the Disaster Mental Health Research Mentoring Program funded by the National Institute of Mental Health through a research education grant to Dartmouth College.

The project seeks to increase the quality and utility of disaster mental health research by informing, advising, and mentoring disaster researchers. Wind will work with a senior level researcher who serves as a mentor over a two-year period. The award provides opportunities for statistical training, participation in professional conferences, and collaboration on publications.

Elizabeth O'Day '06 has been selected to participate in the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society German Exchange Program in Berlin.

O'Day, a native of Braintree, will spend a week in Germany and present a poster at the Euroregionale Conference in April, as well as the Undergraduate Symposium of the ACS later this spring.

"It is a fantastic opportunity for Liz and she very much deserves the award," said Prof. Evan Kantrowitz (Chemistry).

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