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HIGHER EDUCATION NOTEBOOK: Fitness for Duty...Wonderlich honored

Fitness for Duty: UND alumnus Tim Gust will deliver a free presentation titled "Fitness for Duty Evaluations" at noon Monday in the Skalicky Tech Incubator, Room 211, on the UND campus in Grand Forks.

Fitness for Duty: UND alumnus Tim Gust will deliver a free presentation titled "Fitness for Duty Evaluations" at noon Monday in the Skalicky Tech Incubator, Room 211, on the UND campus in Grand Forks.

Gust, a clinical psychologist and rehab counselor with the County of Los Angeles, earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in education and his doctorate in counseling and guidance from UND. He is also a former director of the Northeast Human Service Center in Grand Forks.

Gust conducts law enforcement personnel assessments and fitness for duty evaluations, which focus on an employee's ability to perform assigned job duties physically, mentally and emotionally.

For more information, call (701) 777-3604 or e-mail antonywhite@mail.und.edu .

Wonderlich honored: Dr. Stephen Wonderlich, professor of neuroscience at the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences, has received the Leadership Award for Research from the Academy of Eating Disorders. He is also co-director of the MeritCare Eating Disorders Institute, Fargo.

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Wonderlich is recognized for conducting eating disorder research and providing mentorship and teaching to other eating disorder researchers. His work covers multiple areas of inquiry including risk factor research, treatment research, and research into eating disorder diagnoses.

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