Department of Biology
Fall 2007 - Spring 2008
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Spring 2008 and Fall 2007
(Events listed in reverse chronological order)
Scenes from CBU Bio Labs
Congratulations to the May 2008
CBU School of Sciences Graduates
BACHELOR OF ARTS or BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in
SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

Jeremy Todd Armstrong .......... Biology 
Indre Augustinaite .......... Biology 
Gloria Bird .......... Natural Science 
Indrani Biswas .......... Biology 
William Joseph Bodeen* .......... Natural Science 
Rosie Lenae Britton .......... Natural Science 
Eric Armstrong Davis .......... Biology 
Yuri Manuel Rosario de Souza .......... Computer Science (see Undergraduate Engineering also)
Whitney Ann Donald .......... Chemistry 
Tiffany Lashundra Duncan .......... Natural Science 
Raven Jewel Fifer .......... Biology 
Katie Marie Finch* .......... Natural Science 
Erin Elizabeth Green .......... Natural Science 
Sami Ali Helou .......... Biology 
John Raymond Hensley II .......... Natural Science 
Michael James Herr II .......... Biology 
Siamak Keyvani .......... Computer Science (see Undergraduate Engineering also)
Nhu Truc Le .......... Biology 
Angela Dianne Metz .......... Biology 
Brandon Jarrod Mitchell* .......... Computer Science, Mathematics 
Susan Marie Mohan .......... Natural Science 
Casey Carter Nazor .......... Biology 
Matthew Dennis Nelson .......... Mathematics (Bachelor of Arts)
Huong-Lan Thi Nguyen .......... Natural Science 
Nghia Thanh Nguyen .......... Natural Science 
Phillip Phu Nguyen .......... Biology 
Niti Navinchandra Patel .......... Biology 
Chemetra Denise Patrick .......... Natural Science 
Heather Marie Perry .......... Natural Science 
Francisco Gabriel Ramirez .......... Chemistry 
Makita Demetrius Reed* .......... Biology 
Rebecca Diane Scott .......... Biology 
Kristi Jean Shepherd* .......... Natural Science 
Maria Shiue .......... Natural Science
Kyle Christopher Summers .......... Biology 
Whitney Elisabeth Vickery* .......... Biology 
Kimberly Patrice Williams .......... Biology 
Adam Christopher Zaloudek .......... Computer Science 

* Denotes completion of degree requirements in December 2007
** Denotes completion of degree requirements in August 2007


You can keep track of the Cooper-Wilson and Assisi Hall elevator construction sites through Dr. Condren's photo pages.
Offices for Science Faculty (Summer 2008)

 
Cooper-Wilson and Assisi Hall Construction
  • To make way for Assisi Hall and the Cooper-Wilson Center for Life Sciences, everyone has moved out of the current Science Building. 
  • The plan is to have Cooper-Wilson open in time for Fall 2008 classes (faculty hope to move in by the end of July) and Assisi Hall should be open by Labor Day.
  • SOS Faculty will have temporary offices in various locations across campus. 
  • Tuesday, 15 April 2008 
12thAnnual CBU Student Research Poster Session.
11:00 am -1:50 pm Sabbatini Lounge (2nd floor, Thomas Center)
Sponsored by Alpha Chi
  • 2008 Poster Session Program and Photos
  • 2008 CBU Student Research Poster Session
    CBU School of Sciences Charity Volleyball Game
    Date 9 April 2008   6:00 pm in the Canale Arena Gymnasium. 
    Youth and Vitality?
    Youth & Vitality
    (SOS Students)
  • Young Whipper Snappers (Students) vs. Old Geezers (Faculty & Staff): 
  • Donations to benefit the Church Health Center
  • Photos from the 2008 Game 
  • Old Age and Deceit?
    Old Age & Deceit
    (SOS Faculty)
    2008 Championship Team SOS Charity VolleyballSOS Charity Volleyball 2008

     

    Recent Past CBU Biology Activities

    Archives:  Spring 2008 and Fall 2007
    Archived items below are listed in reverse chronological order.
  • Saturday, 5 April 2008    Tennessee Academy of Sciences Collegiate MeetingLink to 2007 CBU at TAS page
  • CBU participants at the 2008 TAS meeting
  • Wednesday, 20 February 2008   Annual Beta Beta Beta Induction
  • The ceremony begins at 6:30 pm in Spain Aud., Buckman Hall.
  • Photos from the February 2008 Beta Beta Beta Induction
  • New TriBeta Full Members February 2008
  • Tuesday, 19 February 2008  Biology Seminar Mini-poster Session  12:30 pm in S155
  • Photos from the 19 Feb 2008 Junior Poster Session
  • Pairs of students in Dr. Ogilvie's Biology Seminar course will present posters on a paper of their choice from the primary literature.   
  • Photos from the 2007 Junior Poster Session
  • 2008 CBU Junior Poster Session
    Past Photos:  BBB-ACS Christmas Party '07   Bowling for Uganda 2007
  • Thursday 14 February 2008  Celebration of Darwin's Birthday (12 Feb.)
  • Cake at the 2007 Darwin's Birthday celebration.  (Link to 2007 photos)
    Galapagos finches pictured on the 2007 cake:  Left: Tower (Genovesa) Is.  Sharp-beaked ground finch (female), Geospiza difficilis, on Opuntia flower. Middle: Cactus ground finch, Geospiza scandens, on Opuntia.  Right: Santa Cruz Is.  Small tree finch, Camarhynchus parvulus. Dr. Ross's Galapagos photos of finches
  • Charles Robert Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, England on February 12, 1809.
  • The complete works of Charles Darwin online
  • Listen to a public radio program "Evolution of Wonder: Understanding Charles Darwin"
  • anti-Darwin cartoon from the 1800s

    Chimpanzee knuckle walkingFruit of the Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera).   Botanically, a coconut is a simple dry fruit known as a fibrous drupe (not a true nut).Howler monkey They are the loudest animal in the New World and while their howl is not a piercing sound, it can travel for three miles through dense forest.Dr. Eisen at the 2007 Darwin's Birthday celebration
    Link to CBU's Beta Beta Beta web page

  • Thursday, 7 Feb. 2008  BBB Interview Workshop
    • Beta Beta Beta held their annual mock interview session on February 7. Lasagna and dessert was served before the interviews – thanks to Dr. O for making the food! A special thanks goes out to Jeremy Armstrong for running the event and to the interviewers: Karen Curtis, MD; Sarah Horne ('03), 4th year medical student; Rick Alsobrook, OD; Beth Goforth, DVM; Susan Horton, pharmacist; and Matt Coats ('01), PT. Tri-Beta would like to say "Great Job" to those who were interviewed: Kelly Towns, Kathleen Nelson, Dominique Garcia-Robles, Michael Herr, Isaac Barr, Jennifer Cobb, Binoy Shah, Stephanie Johnson, Tuyetdung Tran, Emily Wong, Scott Berry, and Kristi Prevost. 

    •  
    • 6:00 pm 2nd floor Science Building
    • If you are a CBU student who is currently applying or planning to apply to a professional school (e.g. Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Veterinary, Optometry, etc.), you may now sign up for a mock interview.  Contact tri-Beta chapter V.P., Jeremy Armstrong at jarmstro@cbu.edu 
    • CBU's chapter of Beta Beta Beta will match CBU student interviewees with medical professionals who will conduct one-on-one interviews.
    • Professionals from each field will be in attendance for the interviews.
    • Students who wish to participate need to sign up in advance.  To register, please send and email containing your name and area of interest to Jeremy Armstrong at jarmstro@cbu.edu
    • Photos from the Sept. 2006 Interview Workshop
    Sept. 2006 BBB Interview Workshop
    BBB Interview Workshops: 
    Be part of the Tradition

    2004 BBB Interview Workshop

    Sept. 2006 BBB Interview Workshop

    • Monday, 7 January 2008    First Day of Spring Semester Classes
    Final Exam Schedule for Fall 2007:  Monday-Friday, 10-14 December
    • The final exam schedule for the fall term for day classes is available online at: http://www.cbu.edu/Academics/registrar/Fall2005Exams.html. 
    • Exams will be held in the room where the class normally meets unless a specific room is noted.
    • First, look in the Exam Groups" for your course number and section.  If you do not find a listing for your specific course, then look for the time your class met during the semester.  Exam dates are listed along the top row and Exam times are listed down the left column. 
  • Thursday, 6 December 2007   Beta Beta Beta  and ACS Christmas and Holiday Party   6:00 pm in the East Lounge
  • 2007 Photos!
    • We will eat, sing Christmas carols, and have a fun time.  If you would like to attend and can bring a dish (dinner or dessert), it would be greatly appreciated!  Michael Herr BBB Chapter President 
    • New students are welcome.  You do not have to be an official member of tri-Beta to attend this party!
    Link to CBU's BBB web page
    Link to CBU's ACS web page
  • Thursday -Friday, 22-23 Nov. 2007   Thanksgiving Break
  • IHappy Thanksgiving!
    • Brother Edward Salgado participated in the 4th Symposium on Asian Pteridology and Garden Show held at Central Mindanao University in Musuan, Bukidnon, Philippines on 12-18 November 2007. He presented a paper entitled "Asplenium caudatum and ferns confused with it."
  • Thursday, 15 Nov. 2007  Haught, Recognized Catholic Theologian, to Speak at CBU  7:00 pm CBU Theater:   "Evolution and Faith: What is at Stake?"
    • John F. Haught, Ph.D., distinguished research professor in the Department of Theology at Georgetown University, will be the guest speaker at Christian Brothers University (CBU) on Thursday, November 15, at 7 p.m. in the University Theater.  Haught, a widely recognized Catholic theologian with expertise in science and religion, will address evolution and religious faith in his speech, "Evolution and Faith: What is at Stake?"
      • Haught is the author of many books focusing on systematic theology, with a particular interest in issues pertaining to science, cosmology, evolution, ecology and religion. Haught's accomplishments include countless articles, reviews, and international science and religion lectures. He was also the winner of the Owen Garrigan Award in Science and Religion in 2002, and the Sophia Award for Theological Excellence in 2004. He received his Ph. D. in theology from the Catholic University of America in 1970, and was chair and professor in the Department of Theology at Georgetown University for 35 years. Haught is the father of Paul Haught, Ph.D., who is the CBU chair-elect of the Religion and Philosophy department
      • Haught's address is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Paul Haught at (901) 321-3579 or phaught@cbu.edu. 
    Saturday, 10 Nov. 2007   Beta Beta Beta  Bowling for Uganda  2:00-5:00 pm 
    • Tri-Beta has organized a campus-wide fund raiser to benefit a village in Uganda.

    • “Bowling for Uganda”  2:00-5:00 pm Saturday, 10 November 2007 at Bartlett Lanes.
    • BOWL-A-THON FOR HOPE NORTH 

    • Tri-Beta (CBU's Biological Honor Society) will host a Bowl-A-Thon benefiting Hope North US.
      Hope North US is an organization that was established in Uganda to combat poverty and educate children in a country which has been torn by an ongoing civil war.  The civil war has led to one of the worst humanitarian situations in the world.  The organization provides clean water, sanitary facilities, a school for children displaced by the war, and other aid. 
      Everyone is encouraged to create or join a team of five.  Teams and bowling fees should be turned in by Friday, 9 November.  Team sponsor(s) are allowed to make a one-time donation or donate money per pin knocked down.
    • Ending Poverty Through Enterprise:  Raising Funds for Hope North, an Internally Displaced People’s Camp in Uganda
      • Hope North is a remote village in Uganda and is commonly referred to as a self-sustainable internally displaced people’s camp, created as the result of a civil war in Uganda.  The Acholi people have been the targets of this war, in which their own children have been abducted by the “Lord’s Resistance Army” and then forced to kill their own kinfolk.  The U.N. and many other non-profit organizations have set up camps in Uganda in hopes of protecting many of the displaced Acholi people.  These camps are overcrowded and have been infiltrated by many diseases such as Typhoid, Malaria, and now most commonly Cholera. These are only a few of the numerous challenges that the villages face.

     
     


     

  • November 2007 Registration for Spring Semester Classes
  • Spring 2008:
    BIOL 367. PHARMACOLOGY.  Follow this link to see the tentative schedule of course meetings and textbook information.

    An introduction to the structure, mechanisms, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, therapeutic uses and adverse reactions of prototypic agents from the major categories of drugs.  Prerequisites: CHEM 212 and either BIOL 217 and 218 or BIOL 312.  Offered in odd numbered Fall semesters (offered Spring 2008 and next offered Fall 2009).   This is a hybrid course (some face-to-face meetings along with coursework delivered via WebCT).  Professors: Drs. Leonard Lothstein and Trevor Sweatman (UT School of Pharmacy). 
     

  • Thursday, 1 Nov. 2007   MHIRT Seminar:  Three Brazilian Researchers visit CBU  12:30 - 1:45 p.m.  Room S214 
    • Dr. Maria Risoleta Marques 
      • "Use of heat shock protein expression as bioindicators in environmental pollution."

      • Dr. Marques is an environmental scientist interested in using heat shock protein expression in either bivalves or shrimp as a bioindicator of environmental pollution.  Techniques used in this research include Western blots of tissue obtained from shrimp or bivalues that have been exposed to heavy metals.   Department of Biochemistry, University of Santa Catarina, Santa Catarina Island, Florianopolis, Brazil 
    • Dr. Antonio de Padua Carobrez 
      • "Studying Defensive Behavior in Rodents to Understand Anxiety" 

      • Dr. Padua is a behavioral pharmacologist interested in the use of neuropharmacology to investigate anxiety and memory. 
        Department of Pharmacology, University of Santa Catarina, Santa Catarina Island, Florianopolis, Brazil 
    • Dr. Claudio Toledo 
      • "Glutamate receptor expression during development in the visual system" 

      • Dr. Claudio Toledo, City University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.  Dr. Toledo presents an overview of Brazilian life and his vision research (Nov. 2000). 
  • MHIRT Web site
      • The seminar is open to all... particularly if you may be interested in applying to participate in MHIRT research in the future.
      • Contact Dr. Fitzgerald (malinda@cbu.edu) to find out about MHIRT paid research opportunities in Brazil and Uganda for 2008 and 2009!
      The Minority Health International Research Training grant to CBU supports undergraduate and graduate students who are selected to join summer research projects in Brazil and Uganda.  MHIRT is a paid internship.  All expenses relative to travel, room and board, preparation, and workshops are paid for and you receive a stipend.   The MHIRT application deadline is 17 Jan. 2008.
    This is the T-Shirt design for the 2002 cohort of MIRT students and mentors.
    Thursday, 1 Nov. 2007   Health Career Opportunities Fair at CBU!
  • Tuesday, 31 Oct. 2006.  Halloween
  • Before...  (specimen, F. Cucurbitaceae)After:  31 October.  Happy Halloween!
    Thursday, 25 October 2007   USAF Medical Scholarship Programs
      12:45--1:45 p.m.  Room S214
    • The current edition of Health Careers, prepared by Dr. Eisen, is available online.  Contact Dr. Eisen to sign up for the Caduceus email list, for information on the USAF presentation, and for information on other pre-professional health careers activities. 
    Link to CBU's ACS web page
  • Tuesday, 23 October 2007    National Mole Day
  • ACS plans to host a student-faculty dinner off campus on Mole Day at 6:02PM 
  • ACS (American Chemical Society):  John Legge, President ( jlegge@cbu.edu )

  • Wednesday, 10 October 2007     Beta Beta Beta  Study Break
  • CBU's chapter of Beta Beta Beta 

  • Link to CBU's BBB web page.
  • Thursday, 4 Oct. 2007   Tri-Beta Meeting 12:25 pm Room S214
    • The main agenda item will be planning the Beta Beta Beta service projects for this academic year. 
    • Here, from Michael Herr,  is a list of some of the service opportunities on and off campus:

    • 1. Up ’til Dawn ­ The only entirely student-led organization on campus that raises money for the children of St. Jude.  Contact Michael Herr (901) 848-6330 for more information.
      2. AZD and TKE Volley Ball Tournament ­ 5th Annual Charity Volleyball Tournament! Applications can be found in Student Life. Contact a member of either AZD or TKE or go to Student Life to sign up and for more
      information.
      3. GuluWalk Memphis ­ GuluWalk helps raise money for the children living in IDP camps (like a refugee camp but dirtier and more diseased) in Northern Uganda. Saturday, October 20, 2007.  Help raise money for them; this is a great cause. For more information go to www.guluwalk.com or contact Julia Hanebrink (901) 321-3359. 
      4. Tree Counting ­ Help count and type trees around campus. There’s a whole bunch of trees and if you want some easy service hours contact Michael Herr (901) 848-6330.

      Sign up and GET INVOLVED.
       

    • New students are welcome. You do not have to be an official member of tri-Beta to participate!
    Beta Beta Beta at CBU
    beta beta beta is a national biology honor society for undergraduates.
    "Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research."
    • Mu Tau Chapter Officers for 2007-08:

    • President: Michael Herr
      Vice President:  Jeremy Armstrong
      Treasurer: Daniel Darnell
      Secretary: John Legge
      Historian: Alicia Scarborough
    • Committee Chairs for 2007-08:

    • Social Chair: Erin Green
      Philanthropy: Antony Eddy
      Publicity: Kelly Towns
      Fundraising: Caitlin Clay
      Volleyball: Nicole Bates
      Bowl-a-thon Chair: John York
    Beta Beta Beta received CBU's Outstanding Community Service Award for 2006-07
    presented at CBU's  Club Recognition Day on 26 April 2007.
    Link to CBU's BBB web page.
  • Saturday, 15 Sept. 2007   MHIRT Projects Symposium and 2007 Wrap-up  
    • Photos from the 2007 MHIRT Symposium
      Presentations: 9:00 a.m. -- 12:00 p.m. in room S155
      • The MHIRT Projects Symposium and Wrap-up for Summer 2007 projects was held September 15, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., in Science Center 155. Students from the 2007 projects from this international research experience presented the results from their summer research.  This was an excellent opportunity for individuals interested in the summer projects for 2008 or 2009 to meet with students and find out about the program.  A schedule is posted on the MHIRT Web site
      • The presentations are open to all... particularly if you may be interested in applying to participate in MHIRT research in the future.
      • Contact Dr. Fitzgerald (malinda@cbu.edu) to find out about MHIRT paid research opportunities in Brazil and Uganda for 2008 and 2009!
      The Minority Health International Research Training grant to CBU supports undergraduate and graduate students who are selected to join summer research projects in Brazil and Uganda.  MHIRT is a paid internship.  All expenses relative to travel, room and board, preparation, and workshops are paid for and you receive a stipend.   The MHIRT application deadline is 17 Jan. 2008.
       
    • Photos from the 2007 MHIRT Symposium
    This is the T-Shirt design for the 2002 cohort of MIRT students and mentors.
    Link to CBU's BBB web page.
  • Thursday, 6 Sept. 2007   Tri-Beta Meeting 12:25 pm Room S214
    • New students are welcome. You do not have to be an official member of tri-Beta to attend!
    • The main agenda items will be the upcoming Beta Beta Beta activities for this semester.  Associate and Full Members:  Chapter dues ($5.00) 
    • The meeting will include discussion of coordinating activities among Tri-Beta, ACS, and pre-professional health programs.
    Beta Beta Beta at CBU
    beta beta beta is a national biology honor society for undergraduates.
    "Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research."
    • Mu Tau Chapter Officers for 2007-08:

    • President: Michael Herr
      Vice President:  Jeremy Armstrong
      Treasurer: Daniel Darnell
      Secretary: John Legge
      Historian: Alicia Scarborough
    • Committee Chairs for 2007-08:

    • Social Chair: Erin Green
      Philanthropy: Antony Eddy
      Publicity: Kelly Towns
      Fundraising: Caitlin Clay
      Volleyball: Nicole Bates
      Bowl-a-thon Chair: John York
    Beta Beta Beta received CBU's Outstanding Community Service Award for 2006-07
    presented at CBU's  Club Recognition Day on 26 April 2007.
    Link to CBU's BBB web page.
  • Dr. Scott Adelman (CBU Biology class of '03) is pictured in The Commercial Appeal 
  • Dr. Rick Donlon with Christ Community Health Services talks with residents Peter Law (left) and Scott Adelman, and medical student Lisa Holcomb prior to making rounds at the Regional Medical Center at Memphis.

  • "Christian clinics reach out to the city's poorest neighborhoods" By Morgan Bernal.  Special to The Commercial Appeal.  Wednesday, August 29, 2007
    Photo credit: A.J. Wolfe/The Commercial Appeal
     
  • Dr. Adelman is a resident in the medicine/peds program at UT.
  • Biology Majors & Health Careers Meeting
    Thursday, 30 August 2007  12:45--1:45 p.m.  Room S153
    Photos from the 2007 Meeting
    Here are some of the topics on the agenda for the meeting....
  • Fall Classes
  • Monday, 20 August 2007  First Day of Fall Semester Classes
  • Chemistry Placement Exam Information:  The placement exam was given during the first Chem 113 class meeting, Monday, 20 August.  For more information, contact Dr. Merat (email dmerat@cbu.edu; phone 901-321-4201) 
  • Science Students:  Many science labs do meet the first week (for example, sophomore-level Biology labs will meet).  Biol 111 labs will start next week.
  • Link to Being a successful student
  • Fall Registration and Classes
  • Sat.--Sun., 18-19 Aug. 2007: New Student Orientation 
  • Orientation Brochure [2007 information is now available]
  • Monday, 20 August 2007  First Day of Fall Semester Classes
  • Chemistry Placement Exam Information:  The placement exam will be given during the first Chem 113 class meeting, Monday, 20 August.  For more information, contact Dr. Merat (email dmerat@cbu.edu; phone 901-321-4201) 
  • Science Students:  Many science labs do meet the first week (for example, sophomore-level Biology labs will meet).
  • Link to Being a successful student
    CBU voted one of the top three finalists for Most Beloved University
    CBU has been notified by the Commercial Appeal (on 16 July 2007) that it has been voted a finalist in the 2007 Memphis Most Awards, a contest that they sponsor every year.  We were voted one of top-three finalists in the Most Beloved University category.  The winners will be announced August 11 and then included in a special magazine section in the Sunday edition that has a circulation of 220,000.  The voting was based on our exposure to the Memphis and surrounding communities via our print ads, articles, and web presence on the CA Web site.  Elisa C. Marus, Executive Director, Communications and Marketing, Christian Brothers University
    Archives CBU Biology News & Events
  • CBU Biology Activities:  Fall 2006-Spring 2007 Academic Year
  • CBU Biology Activities:  Fall 2005-Spring 2006 Academic Year
  • CBU Biology Activities:  Fall 2004-Spring 2005 Academic Year
  • CBU Biology Activities:  Fall 2003-Spring 2004 Academic Year
  • CBU Biology Activities:  Fall 2002-Spring 2003 Academic Year
  • CBU Biology Activities:  Fall 2001-Spring 2002 Academic Year
  • CBU Biology Activities:  Fall 2000-Spring 2001 Academic Year
  • Index of photo pages:  CBU Biology Fun Photos
    CBU's Mu Tau chapter of Beta Beta Beta, the national biology honor society.
    CBU Biology Students' research. CBU Biology Student Research: List of Examples
    Biology Faculty Award and Dominic Dunn Award
     
  • NIH GRANT RENEWED FOR MHIRT PROJECT AT CBU 
  • This is the T-Shirt design for the 2002 cohort of MIRT students and mentors.
  • CBU has been awarded a grant of more than $900,000 from the the Fogarty International Center and the Office of Research on Minority Health and Health Disparities of the National Institutes of Health, designed to support research opportunities for minority students. 
  • This is the sixth consecutive year CBU has received the Minority Health International Research and Training (MHIRT) grant, which will be received in increments of more than $200,000 a year over a four-year period. 
  • Research projects address problems inherent to health care in minority and rural populations in the U.S. and in developing countries; CBU programs involve lab and health programs in Brazil and Uganda. 
  • Since the first grant was awarded in 2000 more than 40 students from CBU and several other colleges and universities in the Mid South and throughout the U.S. have participated in the project. 

  • For additional information on the MHIRT grant and project, see the linked web page or contact Dr. Malinda Fitzgerald (Biology) at malinda@cbu.edu or 321-3262. 
    Global Village Africa at Heifer Project (2004)





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