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- Tuesday, April 13, 2010

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MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers Professor Profiles Before You Were Here
Teaching to overcome

THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Photos of the Week

When Don Lowell Fisher, he is a quadriplegic due to
associate professor of ana- the autoimmune disease and
tomical science, was first he's exempted from research
diagnosed with multiple requirements because of his
sclerosis in 1978, after only disability, Fisher still con-
six years of teaching and tinues to teach and publish
research at the University, he books and articles,
didn't retire but instead saw Fisher attended under-
the silver lining for his stu- graduate and graduate school
dents. at Brigham Young Univer-
"I decided that if I'd quit sity. He went on to receive his
it'd be a terrible waste of a Ph.D. in experimental embry-
superb education," Fisher ology and pathology from the
said. "My MS has not affect- University of Minnesota in
ed my memory. The only 1971.
major problem is just that I Fisher has received a
speak a little slower - and number of teaching awards,
actually, the students find it including the Kaiser Perma-
easier to take notes. I enjoy nente Award, the most pres-
teaching." tigious teaching award given
More than 30 years later, by the University's Medical
Fisher is now 68 and still School. Fisher retired from
teaching anatomy to medical active faculty status in 2007,
and undergraduate students but he continues to teach
at the University. Though anatomy classes.

According to Fisher, the
most important lesson he
tries to teach his students
is not to allow a disability to
hold them back.
"The severely handicapped
are not useless," Fisher said.
"You do whatever you want to
do with your handicap. Even
though I'm handicapped, I4
can still triumph."
Though Fisher said he
enjoys his time with his stu-
dents, he said his family is
also very importantto him.
"I've been married for 42
years. I have four children,
two boys, two girls," Fisher
said. "They all graduated
from Brigham Young Uni-
versity with a 3.9 GPA. They,
really surprised their father!
They are all married, and I TOREHN SHARMAN/Daily
have 16 grandchildren." Professor Don Fisher, who has multiple sclerosis, teaches anatomy to students at the
-ROBINVEECK University Medical School.

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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Student found in $18 in speakers Stress and the
grass, given MIP stolen at hospital I human brain

WHERE: Bus shelter,
Bonisteel Blvd.
WHEN: Sunday at 3:15 a.m.
WHAT: An intoxicated male
student was reported laying in
the grass near the bus stop at
Pierpont Commons, University
Police reported. The student
was cited for an MIP and taken
to the University Hospital.
Wallet swiped in
computer lab
WHERE: Art and Architecture
Building
WHEN: Saturday at 1 p.m.
WHAT: A caller reported that
her wallet was stolen from a
computer lab on the second
floor, University Police report-
ed. There are no suspects.

WHERE: 1500 East Medical
Center
WHEN: Sundayat about 8:30
a.m.
WHAT: Stereo speakers val-
ued at $18 were stolen from the
University Hospital, University
Police reported. There are no
suspects.
Plasma TV taken
from lobby
WHERE: Northwood Com-
munity Center
WHEN: Monday at 2 a.m.
WHAT: A Plasma TV was
stolen from the Northwood
Community Center lobby, Uni-
versity Police reported. There
are no suspects.

seminar
WHAT: A seminar by profes-
sors on how stress is damaging
to the human brain and the
social environment of humans.
WHO: Robert Wood
Johnson Health and Soci-
ety Scholars Program
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m
WHERE: Henry F. Vaughan
School of Public Health
Building1, Rm. 1655
Dental offices
through the
years on display
WHAT: An exhibit showcas-
ing Dental Operatories from
the 1860's through the 1930's.
WHO: School of Dentistry
WHEN: Today 8a.m. to
5 p.m.
WHERE: Dental and
W.K. Kellogg Institute

Discussion of
trends in nursing
workforce
WHAT: A lecture on the
decrease in nurses over
the years and how this
could affect public health
and the future of the nurs-
ing practice. Speakers
will discuss recent trends,
research priorities and
future initiatives. Pre-
registration is required at:
www.mitrainingcenter.org.
WHO: Office of Public
Health Practice
WHEN: Today at noon
WHERE: Palmer Com-
mons, Great Lake Room
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Chinese scientists have dis-
covered a wayto use arsenic
to find and kill certain pro-
teins that keep blood cancers
alive in the blood. According
to Reuters, arsenic has never
been researched using mod-
ern Western technology until
Health Minister Chen Zhu and
his team used it in their project
and made the discovery.
Michigan was awarded $5
million in federal stimu-
lus money to train electri-
cal power workers.
>>FORMORE, SEEOPINION, PAGE4
Certain schools across the
nation believe that femi-
nism and Women's Stud-
ies programs interfere with the
study of men, according to The
New York Times Online. This
has led to the establishment of
the new Men's Studies Founda-
tion which promotes studying
the nature of men - and not just
women - in the classroom.

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