George Butterstein, the
Florence B. Sherwood Professor of Life Sciences, has published a paper,
“Alpha-fetoprotein inhibits frog metamorphosis: implications for
protein motif conservation” in Comparative Biochemistry and
Physiology. Co-author is Dr. Gerald J. Mizejewski, Wadsworth Center,
New York State Department of Health.
George Gmelch, professor of
anthropology, is author of “Pickup Basketball Meet Janken,”
published in Japan Quarterly. The paper looks at how Japanese
culture is reflected in the way Japanese university students play the
American game of basketball.
John Miller, theater technical
director of Yulman Theater, produced the lighting design for Homemade
Theater's production of Wait Until Dark, a suspense thriller by
Frederick Knott, directed by Helena Binder. The show runs through Sunday
at the Spa Little Theater, Saratoga Spa State Park.
Diane Winkler, director of
telecommunications, was elected vice president of the board of directors
of the Intecom Users Group Association, which provides contacts and
information for customers of the telecommunications provider. Winkler is
responsible for planning the association's annual conference and other
special events. The association's previous publicity director, she is to
assume the role of president after her two-year term.Read More