P824: Blending teaching, research, and service properly: Advice for all new/returning faculty
: Mark A. Benvenuto, University of Detroit Mercy, USA
Co-Author: Timothy Chapp, University of Detroit Mercy, USA
Time: 2:25 PM – 2:45 PM
Room: MAK A1111
Related Symposium: S52
The expectations for a new faculty member– either a newly-minted PhD or someone returning to academia — can be daunting. This seminar aims to delineate the three thrusts that must be well-managed for success in an academic position: teaching, research, and service. Methods of incorporating research into teaching, of enlivening teaching without massive time expenditures, and of making the most of an academic career will be presented, listed, and discussed. It is hoped that the seminar will act as something of a checklist for new faculty to follow, presenting both the right questions to ask, as well as some universal answers.
P465: Alcohol in patent medicines: An examination of nostrums housed at the Henry Ford Museum
: Shelby Maurice, University of Detroit Mercy, USA
Co-Author: Mark A. Benvenuto, Danielle M. Garshott, Andrew Diefenbach and Mary Fahey, University of Detroit Mercy, USA
Time: 11:50 AM – 12:10 PM
Room: MAK B2110
Related Symposium: S39
As the nineteenth century turned into the twentieth, patent medicines and nostrums were sold widely throughout the United States. Their ingredients were a mystery, and their claims could be outlandish. While most are long gone, the Henry Ford Museum houses a collection of these past medicines, and a collaborative study has determined many of the ingredients in selected samples. Perhaps not surprisingly, alcohol has been found in various liquid samples. The seminar will discuss the place of “medicinal alcohol” in patent medicines, the analytical chemistry that found this ingredient in the patent medicines which were studied, and the place that such nostrums have in our history — and our present.