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Sitka Office of Continuing Education


Phones

747-7700

Toll Free Alaska Only: 800-478-6653

Email

Address

Sitka Campus

1332 Seward Avenue

Sitka, AK 99835

Hours

Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm

Sitka Student Accounts


Address

Sitka Campus

1332 Seward Avenue

Sitka, AK 99835

Hours

Mon-Fri: 8am-5:30pm
Sat-Sun: closed

Sitka Student Success Center


Phones

747-7717

Toll Free Alaska Only: 800-478-6653

Fax: 747-7793

Email

Address

Sitka Campus

1332 Seward Avenue

Sitka, AK 99835

Hours

Mon, Wed, and Thurs: 8am-6pm
Tues: 8am-8pm
Fri:
8am-5:00pm
Sat-Sun: closed

Appointments for Advising, Testing, and Tutoring are strongly recommended.

Sitka Records and Registration


Phones

747-7700

Toll Free Alaska Only: 800-478-6653

Fax: 747-7731

Email

1332 Seward Avenue

Sitka, AK 99835

HoursMon-Fri: 8am-5:30pm
 

Administration

Leslie Gordon

Sitka Campus Director

Phone: 747-9474

Email:

Sitka Director's OfficeCareer Education: Health Sciences

Sitka Campus

Education:

A.A.S. University of Alaska Southeast

B.A., M.S. College of Saint Scholastica

Jill Hanson

Assistant Director Business Services and Special Projects

Phone: 747-7733

Email:

Sitka Director's Office

Sitka Campus

Nicole Rogers

Human Resources, Sitka Title IX Resource

Phone: 747-7706

Email:

Sitka Director's Office

Sitka Campus

Emy Roles

Administrative Assistant

Phone: 747-7770 Fax: 747-7768

Email:

Sitka Director's Office

Room 201, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Office Hours:

8:00 to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday

Education:

A.A.S. University of Alaska Southeast

Affiliations:

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Student Chapter President (2018-present)

SHRM Student Chapter Treasurer/Social Media Director/Vice President (2017-2018)

SHRM Student Chapter President (2018-2019)

Staff

Heather Albertson

Student Accounts Technician

Phone: 747-7739

Email:

Sitka Campus

Tim Anderson

Water Wastewater Training Coordinator

Phone: 747-7755 Fax: 747-7753

Email:

Sitka Campus

Audrey Beam

Testing and Learning Resources Coordinator

Phone: 747-7785

Email:

Student Success Center

Sitka Campus

Amelia Budd

Academic Advisor

Phone: 747-7705

Email:

Student Success Center

Sitka Campus

Jen Cedarleaf

Marine Biology Research Technician

Phone: 747-7798

Email:

Sitka Campus

Ellen Chenoweth

Whale Lab Staff

Phone: 747-7791 Fax: 747-7731

Email:

, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Max Cottrell

Academic Coach: Math

Phone: 747-7717

Email:

Student Success Center

Room 226B, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Kimberly Davis

Academic Affairs Faculty Support Office Manager

Phone: 747-7709 Fax: 747-7731

Email:

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.L.A. University of Alaska Southeast Juneau 2017

Crystal Duncan

Personal Education Planner: Native & Rural Student Services

Phone: 747-7773

Email:

Sitka Campus

Eric Elsensohn

Evening Coordinator and IT Support Technician

Phone: 747-7757 Second Phone: 907-747-9444

Email:

I.T. Services

Room 205A, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Jeannette Farah-Bucher

Testing and Student Services Specialist

Phone: 747-7721 Fax: 747-7793

Email:

Student Success Center

Room Room 226B, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

David Felts

Title III Program Manager

Phone: 747-7796

Email:

Sitka Campus

Sonia Felts

Accounts Payable/Travel

Phone: 747-7769

Email:

Sitka Campus

Greg George

Operations Supervisor

Phone: 747-7722

Email:

Facilities Services

Sitka Campus

Angela Hessenius

Academic Coach: Science

Phone: 747-7786

Email:

Student Success Center

Room Room 226, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Kathy Ingallinera

UAA Nursing

Phone: 907-747-9468

Email:

Sitka Campus

John Ingman

Instructional Designer

Phone: (907) 747-7725

Email:

Room 204, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.S. Music, University of Oregon

MS Instructional Design, Quinnipiac University

Other:

Supports faculty in design and development of e-Learning courses. 

Joy Klushkan

Personal Education Planner: Financial Literacy Specialist

Phone: 747-7771

Email:

Sitka Campus

Other:

Joy is certified as a financial literacy educator through the National Financial Educators Council.

Leah Mason

Instructional Design Technician

Phone: 907-747-7787 Fax: 907-747-7793

Email:

Room 205, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Leah_Mason

Office Hours:

8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday–Friday

Education:

Bachelor of Arts, History and Philosophy of Science, University of New South Wales

Research:

Resource Efficiency, Sustainable Mineral Development, Environmental Ethics

Biography:

Leah has spent many years in Australia, where she studied sculpture, leathercraft, and printmaking, before becoming involved in public advocacy for community services and environmental causes. She ran her own print and digital design business for 17 years, while studying and working as an IT trainer and legislative research adviser. Prior to graduating as a mature-aged student from the University of New South Wales, she joined the Institute for Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology(ISF), Sydney. In her five and a half years at ISF, Leah worked on projects that brought together her love of art, research, and empowerment of local communities

Michael Mausbach

Title III: Program Support Specialist

Phone: 747-7774

Email:

Sitka Campus

Office Hours:

8am to 5pm Monday through Friday.

Education:

B.A. Global and International Studies & Comparative History, The Evergreen State College

Chad Mulligan

Maintenance Specialist

Phone: 747-7724

Email:

Facilities Services

Sitka Campus

Randy Nutting

Manager, Records and Registration

Phone: 747-7701

Email:

Sitka Campus

William Ortiz

Academic Coach: Math/Writing, Americorps

Phone: 747-7784

Email:

Student Success Center

Room Room 226B, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Education:

BA Modern English

Wes Schaefer

Science Lab Assistant

Phone: 747-7775

Email:

Sitka Campus

Laurie Serka

Records and Registration Tech

Phone: 747-7726

Email:

Registrar's Office

, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Biography:

I’m from NY. Moved to Sitka in 2001. I am married with two sons. I enjoy hiking, yoga, kayaking, camping and boating. I love that Sitka is the place I call home.

Jasmine Shaw

UAF Cooperative Extension Program Assistant

Phone: 747-9440

Email:

Sitka Campus

Lucienne Shoemaker

Purchasing Technician

Phone: 747-7738

Email:

Sitka Campus

Cheryl Stromme

Academic Advisor

Phone: 747-7781

Email:

Student Success Center

Sitka Campus

Other:

Advising specialties: Health Information Management, Pre-Nursing, Health Science, and Medical Assisting degrees

Lauren Wild

Whale Lab Staff

Phone: 747-7700

Email:

, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Faculty

Paul Bahna

Assistant Professor of Biology

Phone: 747-7749

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Natural Sciences

Sitka Campus

Education:

M.D., DPH, Ain Shams University, Egypt 

M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, University of Texas

Valerie Barber

Adjunct, Chemistry

Phone: 907-378-4002

Email:

Sitka Campus

Reid Brewer

Professor, Fisheries Technology

Phone: 747-7799

Email:

Career Education: Fisheries Technology

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.S. United States Military Academy at West Point

M.S. University of Alaska Fairbanks

Ph.D. University of Alaska Fairbanks

Marnie Chapman

Professor of Biology

Phone: 747-7702

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Natural Sciences

Sitka Campus

Education:

M.S. Biology University of St. Joseph (Focus: Human Biology) 2008
M.A. Biology Humboldt State University (Focus: Intertidal Biology) 1992
B.A. Zoology Humboldt State University 1983
Graduate coursework at Friday Harbor Laboratory and Bamfield Marine Station

Special Recognition:

UA President’s Award for Outstanding Distance Educator in Alaska (2001)
UAS Faculty Excellence Award Sitka Campus (2012)

Courses Taught:

BIOL 111 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 112 Human Anatomy & Physiology II

Past Courses Taught:

Microbiology, Natural History of Alaska, Intertidal Biology, General Biology, Biology & Society,
General Zoology, Alaska Naturalist Program; Science for K-8 Teachers

Biography:

I’m originally from Northern California and lived in Bethel and Skagway before moving to Sitka in 1992. I enjoy helping students build a firm foundation in the topic that will serve them well in their careers. I am active in the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS).  As part of HAPS I helped develop standards for undergraduate human anatomy and physiology courses taught in the US and Canada. I am committed to quality eLearning opportunities and developed and delivered the first distance science courses offered by UAS. As Sitka’s lab director I currently help oversee the lab support portion of UAS Sitka Distance Science courses which have grown to involve multiple faculty members and currently serve over 200 students each semester.  I believe it is important to give back to my community by doing what I can to enrich science literacy, assist in community-based scientific research, and help create science-related opportunities for everyone, especially K-12 students.

Community Projects:

  • Served as an invited researcher for Scientist in the Schools programs at elementary, middle, and high school levels.
  • Helped establish science clubs at the local elementary and middle school that give kids a chance to interact with scientists and collect data for meaningful research projects.
  • Found opportunities for K-12 students to meet and work with scientists from the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, UCSF, UAF and Project Budburst.
  • Assisted with marine invertebrate identification for community BioBlitzes and provided intertidal ecology expertise for many community organizations.
  • Involved in a project to revisit historical work done in Sitka by Ed (Doc) Ricketts and link it to modern intertidal survey protocols.

I am particularly interested in the ecology and functional anatomy of intertidal organisms, especially with respect to predator-prey relationships.  I am also very involved in marine invasive issues and research, particularly with respect to invasive tunicates. I am a member of the Alaska Marine Invasive Species subcommittee and the Didemnum vexillum Rapid Response Team.

Ellen Chenoweth

Adjunct, Biology

Phone: 907-747-7791

Email:

Room 112, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Office Hours:

Available upon request.

Education:

Ph.D. in Fisheries, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Research:

  • Chenoweth, E.M., 2018. Bioenergetic and economic impacts of humpback whale depredation at salmon hatchery release sites (Doctoral dissertation).  Link here

Affiliations:

University of Alaska Fairbanks Research Advising and Mentoring Professional

Courses Taught:

  • Current Topics in Marine Research
  • Research Practicum
  • Introduction to Stable Isotope Research

Biography:

Ellen grew up in East Lansing, Michigan and has a bachelor's degree in Biology from Kalamazoo College.  She got her start working with humpback whales in Glacier Bay National Park summers during college.  After graduation,  Ellen moved to Sitka in 2009 to work in Jan Straley's Cetacean-Human Interaction Lab.  In August she earned her Ph.D in Fisheries from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, which she completed while studying in Sitka and Juneau. Her dissertation focuses on the bioenergetic and economic impacts of humpback whales feeding on juvenile salmon at hatchery release sites.  Ellen enjoys sea kayaking, camping, astronomy and usually plays 3rd base in the Sitka city softball league.  As a Research Advising and Mentorship Professional with the UAF BLaST program she mentors students in research.

Dave Clarke

Welding Technology Assistant

Phone: 747-7711

Email:

Career Education: Welding

Sitka Campus

John Cryderman

Adjunct, Law Enforcement

Phone: 747-7700

Email:

Sitka Campus

Susie Feero

Associate Professor, Health Information Management

Phone: 747-9477

Email:

Career Education: Health Sciences

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.A. University of Hawaii - Hilo

M.Ed. University of Alaska Southeast

John Hartog III

Adjunct, Philosophy

Phone: n/a

Email:

Sitka Campus

Teresa Holt

Adjunct, Mathematics

Phone: 208-687-6542

Email:

Sitka Campus

Kathy Ingallinera

Professor, Nursing

Phone: 747-9468

Email:

Sitka Campus

Office Hours:

Mondays & Wednesdays 3pm to 5pm

Tuesdays 2pm to 5pm

Education:

M.S. in Primary Care, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing

B.S. in Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing

Publications:

Co-authored an article published in a critical care nursing journal in 1988 on the success of our MRICU bereavement committee.

Tommy Joseph

Adjunct, Northwest Coast Arts

Phone: 907-738-3856

Email:

Sitka Campus

Kitty LaBounty

Assistant Professor of Biology

Phone: 747-9432

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Natural Sciences

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.S. University of Washington

M.S. University of California at Riverside 

Joe Liddle

Professor of Mathematics

Phone: 747-7792

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Natural Sciences

Sitka Campus

Education:

  • B.S. in Mathematics, Northern Michigan University
  • M.S. in Mathematics, Western Washington University
  • M.S. in Statistics, University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • Ph.D. in Fisheries Science, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Other:

At UAS since 1996

Roby Littlefield

Adjunct, Alaskan Language

Phone: 907-738-4004

Email:

Sitka Campus

Renee Mackey

Adjunct, Law Enforcement

Phone: 907-529-4047

Email:

Sitka Campus

Joel A. Markis

Assistant Professor of Fisheries Technology

Phone: 747-7760

Email:

Career Education: Fisheries Technology

Room 101H, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/

Education:

B.S. Montana State University

M.S. University of Alaska Fairbanks

Jon Martin

Assistant Professor of Biology

Phone: 747-7752

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Natural Sciences

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.S., M.S. Portland State University

Steve Muntz

Adjunct, Communications

Phone: 641-751-2480

Email:

Sitka Campus

Allen Puckett

Assistant Professor, Welding Technology

Phone: 747-7711

Email:

Career Education: Welding

Sitka Campus

Education:

AWS Certification in Welding Education

AWS Certification in Welding Inspection

Greg Reynolds

Asst. Professor, Construction Technology

Phone: 747-7730

Email:

Career Education: Construction

Sitka Campus

Cathy Risse

Adjunct, Music

Phone: 319-360-0822

Email:

Sitka Campus

Lisa Sadleir-Hart

Adjunct, Health Sciences

Phone: 747-5985

Email:

Sitka Campus

Amy K Samuel

Assistant Professor and Program Director, Medical Assisting

Phone: 747-7748

Email:

Career Education: Health Sciences

, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Education:

A.S. Whatcom Community College

B.A. University of Alaska Fairbanks

Jim Seeland

Adjunct, Fisheries Technology

Phone: 747-7742

Email:

Career Education: Fisheries Technology

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.S. University of Missouri

Other:

I was employed 5 years in a large trout production facility in Washington state and moved to Prince Wm. Sound, AK in 1980 to work at a large Pacific salmon enhancement facility. In 1982 I moved to Sitka to work for Northern SE Regional Aquaculture and help develop the Medvejie Salmon Hatchery. I left NSRAA in 2003 but remained in Sitka, AK where I still reside and enjoy working with students and helping to develop the Fisheries Technology Program for UAS. In the summer months I operate Sitka Sound Tours using the 27’ Quiet Mon to show visitors around beautiful Sitka Sound, relating information about the vibrant fisheries that Alaska enjoys and getting to meet new people on a daily basis. Sportfishing for king salmon takes precedence over nearly all other activities during the summer months. Camping, hiking and hunting get squeezed in as alternative activities when not fishing... it’s a tough life.

David Sexton

Adjunct, Law Enforcement

Phone: 747-7745

Email:

Sitka Campus

Bev Siercks

Adjunct, Mathematics

Phone: 907-518-0263

Email:

Sitka Campus

Amanda Smith

Adjunct, Biology

Phone: n/a

Email:

Sitka Campus

Jan Straley

Professor of Marine Biology

Phone: 747-7779

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Natural Sciences

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.S. University of Washington Seattle

M.S. University of Alaska Fairbanks

Debi Terry

Adjunct, Psychology

Phone: 907-623-7716

Email:

Sitka Campus

Sherrie Tinsley-Myers

Assistant Professor and Program Director, Justice/Law Enforcement

Phone: 747-7745

Email:

Career Education: Law Enforcement

, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.S. City University, Bellevue, WA

M.S. University of Alaska Fairbanks

Math Trafton

Associate Professor of English

Phone: 747-7723

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Humanities

Sitka Campus

Education:

Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, University of Colorado at Boulder

M.A. in Comparative Literature, University of Colorado at Boulder

M.A. in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing, University of Colorado at Boulder

B.A. in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing, University of Colorado at Boulder

B.S. in Computer Science, University of Colorado at Boulder

Courses Taught:

  • WRTG 104 Composition Studio
  • WRTG 111 Writing Across Contexts
  • WRTG 211 Writing and the Humanities
  • ENGL 261 Introduction to Creative Writing
  • ENGL 362 Memoir Writing
  • ENGL 419 Major Authors: Hitchcock
  • ENGL 461 Advanced Creative Writing: The Art of the Love Letter
  • ENGL 461 Advanced Creative Writing: The Art of the Ghost Story
  • ENGL 461 Advanced Creative Writing: Flash Fiction
  • ENGL 461 Advanced Creative Writing: Scriptwriting
  • ENGL 461 Advanced Creative Writing: Postmodernism
  • HUM 120 A Sense of Place: Alaska and Beyond

Biography:

Dr. Trafton began teaching at UAS in 2013. Before that, he taught at the University of Colorado, where he earned his degree in Comparative Literature. His dissertation, “The Ghostmodern: Revisionist Haunting in Turn-of-the-Century American Literature (1887-1910),” explores complexities in American ghost literature and how a shift in some treatments of literary haunting prefigure a corresponding shift from Realism to Modernism and beyond. Beyond ghost stories, Dr. Trafton is interested in such topics as flash fiction, the modern love letter, cinema, feminist studies, the avant-garde, and postcolonialism.

In the classroom, Dr. Trafton is committed to empowering students through rigorous interdisciplinary exercises that challenge students according to their interests and their abilities. He strives to support students in developing the experience, confidence, and skills to discover their voice and to use it effectively. Conversely, in all of his classes, he also challenges his students to widen their analytical perspectives and to listen thoughtfully before speaking.

Dr. Trafton has deeply valued his time in Sitka, and he sees himself henceforth as a lifelong Alaskan. He enjoys the ocean, the lush vegetation, the closeness to the natural world, and the closeness to the community. He lives in Sitka with his wife and his daughter, along with the family pets—dog and rabbit.

Martha Wade

Adjunct, Health Information Mgmt

Phone: 907-243-2905

Email:

Sitka Campus

Lauren Wild

Adjunct, Biology

Phone: 907-747-7789

Email:

Room 112, Sitka Campus

Sitka Campus

Office Hours:

Monday through Friday 9am to 4pm or by appointment.

Education:

B.A. in International and Global Studies, Brandeis University

M.S. in Marine Mammal Science, University of St. Andrews

Research:

Humpback whale long-term monitoring in Sitka Sound, 2007-present

    - Photo-identification, tissue sampling (diet & genetics), acoustics (social, feeding, and song calls)

Southeast Alaska Sperm Whale Avoidance Project, 2009-present 

    - Managing acoustics lab: signal processing sperm whale acoustics

    - Testing acoustic and passive deterrents to reduce sperm whale interactions with fishing gear

    - Diet studies: stable isotope techniques

    - Tagging studies: satellite tag movements and habitat use of sperm whales

Publications:

Wild, L.A., Chenoweth, E.M, Straley, J.M., Mueter, F. (2018). “Evidence of dietary time series in cetacean skin using stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios.” Rapid Comm. Mass Spec. 32, 1425-1428.

Wild, L.A., Thode, A.M., Straley, J.M., Rhoads, S., Falvey, D., and Liddle, J. (2017). “Field trials of an acoustic decoy to attract sperm whales away from commercial longline fishing vessels in western Gulf of Alaska.” Fish. Res. 196 141-150. 

Thode, A., Wild, L.A., Straley, J.M., et al. (2016). “Using line acceleration to measure false killer whale (Pseudorca crassidens) click and whistle source levesl during pelagic longline depredation.” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 140, 3941.

Thode, A.M., Straley, J.M., O’Connell, V., Behnken, L., Falvey, D., Mathias. D.K., Wild, L.A., Calambokidis, J., Schorr, G.S., Andrews, R.D., Liddle, J.B., Lunsford, C. (2015). “Cues, creaks, and decoys: using passive acoustic monitoring as a tool for studying sperm whale depredation.” ICES J. Mar. Sci. 72(5) 1621-1637.

O’Connell, V., Straley, J.M., Liddle, J.B., Wild, L.A., Behnken, L., Falvey, D., Thode, A.M. (2015). “Testing a passive deterrent on longlines to reduce sperm whale depredation in the Gulf of Alaska.” ICES J. Mar. Sci. 72(5) 1667-1672.

Straley, J.M., Thode, A.M., O’Connell, V., Behnken, L., Falvey, D., Liddle, J.B., Wild, L.A. (2015). “Southeast Alaska Sperm Whale Avoidance Project (SEASWAP): A successful collaboration among scientists and industry to study depredation in Alaskan waters.” ICES J. Mar. Sci. 72(5): 1598-1609.

Wild, L.A., Gabriele, C.M. (2014). “Putative contact calls made by humpback whales (megaptera novaeangliae) in southeastern Alaska.” Can. Bioacoust. 42, 23-31.  

Thode, A., Wild, L.A., Mathias, D.K., Straley, J.M., and Lunsford, C. (2014). “A comparison of acoustic and visual metrics of sperm whale longline depredation.” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 135(5), 3086-3100.

Affiliations:

SMM (Society for Marine Mammalogy)

Alaska Student Chapter (Sitka Representative) of SMM

AFS (American Fisheries Society) Alaska Chapter

AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science)

Courses Taught:

Biology 193 - Introduction to Stable Isotope Techniques in Research

Biology 294 - Stable Isotope Analysis in Ecological Research Practicum

Biography:

Lauren was born and raised in Sitka, AK where she spent most of her childhood outside exploring southeast and southcentral Alaska, playing music, and dabbling in sports and music. She attended Brandeis University, where she received a BA in International and Global Studies, minoring in Mathematics, and studied abroad in Madagascar. She began an internship with Jan Straley at UAS Sitka in 2007 where she helped out on a long-term monitoring project with humpback whales. In 2009 she became a research technician on the Southeast Alaska Sperm Whale Avoidance Project (SEASWAP) studying sperm whale interactions with commercial longline fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska. She has been with SEASWAP on and off since 2009, obtaining a master’s degree in Marine Mammal Science from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, where her she received a distinction on her thesis, which explored a little-known acoustic signal male sperm whales make called a “clang”.  She is currently a PhD Candidate with the University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Fisheries & Ocean Sciences where she is exploring diet and movement of sperm whales in the Gulf of Alaska. She resides in Sitka, where she works out of UAS Professor Jan Straley’s lab at the UAS Sitka Campus. She can also be found playing music, hiking, boating, fishing, and generally exploring the Sitka area, rain or shine with her pup Nysa!

Liz Zacher

Assistant Professor of Art

Phone: 747-7710

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Humanities

Sitka Campus

Education:

B.F.A. The Hartford Art School

M.F.A. Ohio University

Darcie Ziel

CNA/HIM Assistant Professor

Phone: 747-9476

Email:

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