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MURIEL A. HAWKINS

602 E. Irving Avenue
Oshkosh, Wisconsin   54901

   Business:   (920) 424-3080, telephone  -  (920) 424-0836, fax
   Residence:   (920) 233-6009, telephone  -  (920) 233-4611, fax
E-mail:    hawkins@uwosh.edu

 

    EDUCATION

Ph.D.

Curriculum and Instruction, Human Development Emphasis

Loyola University, Chicago, Ill

1988

M.Ed.

Counseling and Counselor Education

The Citadel, Charleston, SC

1979

B.S.

Radiological Sciences

Chicago Medical School/Health Sciences

1975

Certificate

Diagnostic Radiography

Reynolds Hospital, Winston-Salem, NC

1967

Certification

Registered Radiographer (R.T.) #057609

American Registry of Radiologic Technologists

1967

Certificate

Mediator Training

Winnebago Conflict Resolution Center, Oshkosh, WI

2006

 

  FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS AND AWARDS

Fellow, American Council on Education (ACE) Fellows Program.  The ACE Fellows Program is unique in comparison to other leadership development programs in higher education, in that ACE Fellows spend an extended period of time on another campus, working directly with presidents.  Since 1965, hundreds of vice presidents, deans, department chairs, faculty, and other emerging leaders have participated in the ACE Fellows Program, the nation’s premier higher education leadership development program that has prepared senior leaders to serve American colleges and universities.  The ACE Fellows Program enables participants to immerse themselves in the culture, policies, and decision-making processes of another institution.  This unique program condenses years of on-the-job experience and skills development into a single year.  2007-2008.

Fellow, Diversifying Faculty in Illinois (DFI) Program, formerly the Illinois Consortium forEducational Opportunity Program (ICEOP) Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Established by the Illinois General Assembly, and signed as Public Act 093-0862, in August 2004, which combined the ICEOP and IMGIP (Illinois Minority Graduate Incentive Program) to provide financial assistance for graduate study to traditionally underrepresented students.  DFI’s purpose is to increase the number of underrepresented faculty and staff in Illinois higher education institutions and governing boards. As a DFI Fellow, completed academic requirements for Ph.D. Program in Curriculum and Instruction at Loyola University of Chicago; conducted dissertation research of allied health deans in academic health centers in the U.S.; participated in local and national higher education meetings, attended conferences and other activities designed for Fellows and completed required DFI employment as a higher education administrator in Illinois, 1986 – 1988.

Fellow, Diversifying Faculty in Illinois (DFI) Program, formerly the Illinois Consortium forEducational Opportunity Program (ICEOP) Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Established by the Illinois General Assembly, and signed as Public Act 093-0862, in August 2004, which combined the ICEOP and IMGIP (Illinois Minority Graduate Incentive Program) to provide financial assistance for graduate study to traditionally underrepresented students.  DFI’s purpose is to increase the number of underrepresented faculty and staff in Illinois higher education institutions and governing boards. As a DFI Fellow, completed academic requirements for Ph.D. Program in Curriculum and Instruction at Loyola University of Chicago; conducted dissertation research of allied health deans in academic health centers in the U.S.; participated in local and national higher eduation meetings, attended conferences and other activities designed for Fellows and completed required DFI employment as a higher education administrator in Illinois, 1986 – 1988.

Kellogg Fellow, National Center for Allied Health Leadership Washington, DC.  Under the auspices of the American Society of Allied Health Professions, the Kellogg Foundation provided two national fellowships each year to candidates demonstrating leadership potential in allied health.  The goals of the program were to develop and broaden leadership abilities in administrative and policy arenas, and to build networks for the collaboration and promotion of allied health and higher education issues.  The one year fellowship included residence at the National Center for Higher Education in Washington, DC, and a one-month internship in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Division of Disadvantaged Assistance.  Leadership activities were directed and supervised by project advisors at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and the American Council on Education (ACE).  1983 – 1984.

EXPERIENCE

Position and Rank

Institution

Dates

Assistant Vice Chancellor
Center for Academic Support & Diversity; Associate Professor, Human Services & Professional Leadership

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh,
800 Algoma Boulevard,
Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901

July 1993 to Present

 

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is the third largest of 13, four-year institutions in the University of Wisconsin (UW) System. The UW System is governed by a Board of Regents and a President as administrative head, with each campus administered under the leadership of a Chancellor.  The UW Oshkosh campus has a student enrollment of approximately 12,000 students and more than 1,200 faculty, teaching and non-teaching academic staff and administrators.  UW Oshkosh and the UW System have made major commitments to diversity through a Systemwide Strategic Plan (Plan 2008), targeted to increase the participation of underrepresented persons of color to study, teach and work in UW institutions.  The Assistant Vice Chancellor (AVC) for the Center for Academic Support and Diversity (CASD) is a senior member of the Chancellor’s Administrative and Provost’s Administrative Cabinets.  Primary responsibilities include programmatic and budgetary leadership for five departments/areas within the CASD: 

Precollege Programs; Multicultural Retention Programs; Student Support Services (a federally-funded, TRIO program), the Multicultural Education Center and Community Outreach and Partnerships.   Responsibilities include working closely with deans, faculty and other university services to develop, implement and evaluate programs which assist in the recruitment, retention and graduation of multicultural and disadvantaged (M/D) students.  The AVC also plays a major role in advancing the University's commitment to diversity, consistent with the UW System and UW Oshkosh Diversity Plans.  The AVC serves as the campus’ M/D Coordinator, with the responsibility of collecting, analyzing and reporting data on M/D student to the UW System’s Office of Academic Diversity and Development.  Other responsibilities include the development of grant proposals, exploring sources of external funding programs, student scholarships, and developing external partnerships and outreach services to support the missions of the CASD and the University.
 

Position and Rank

Institution

Dates

Director, Academic Enrichment, College of Nursing & Allied Health and Assistant Professor of Radiological Sciences

Chicago State University
9501 S. King Drive
Chicago, Il 60628

1992-1993


Areas of responsibility included the development and implementation of tutorial and academic support programs for students in the College, including the coordination and supervision of a peer tutoring program.  Also coordinated the delivery of preparatory and review courses for students taking certification examinations in nursing and allied health disciplines. 

Worked closely with the Universitywide Learning Assistance Center, as well as faculty in the College to develop referrals process for peer tutors.  Assisted the Dean in the preparation and presentation of reports and special projects.  Managed the College in the Dean’s absence.  

Position and Rank

Institution

Dates

Director, Academic Support & Development Services

Chicago State University
9501 S. King Drive
Chicago, Il 60628

1990-1992

 

Developed and implemented a number of Universitywide retention programs, which included: New Student Orientation; Early Warning Program; First-Year Seminar Course; Summer Bridge Program; Parent Partners Organization; Presidential Scholars; Community Volunteers Program and other academic support initiatives.  Also supervised and evaluated a staff of academic support counselors, support staff, student assistants and community volunteers. 

Position and Rank

Institution

Dates

Program Directory
Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP)

Chicago State University
9501 S. King Drive
Chicago, Il 60628

1987-1990

 

(HCOP was a collaborative Project between the Colleges of Allied Health and Arts and Sciences).  Responsibilities included grant preparation, along with the development and implementation of activities for HCOP (a federally-funded grant project) to prepare disadvantaged students to enter and complete health professions programs.  Developed and administered summer prematriculation and academic year components of HCOP that included the following activities: recruitment; preliminary education; retention and facilitation of entry into programs for first-year and enrolled students in allied health and premedical education program options.  

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions; Chicago State University; 1984-1993.

COORDINATOR OF STUDENT AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, College of Allied Health, Chicago State University; Developed and implemented recruitment and retention programs for the College. Activities included establishing liaison programs with community organizations, high schools, two-year colleges and various media sources.  1981-1987

PROJECT ASSISTANT, Mobil Oil Company; Mobil Chemical Company; Charleston, South Carolina.  Prepared and maintained project records for the High Temperature Phosphate Project,  as directed by the manager.  1979-1980

INSTRUCTOR, Employee Development and Training Program; Medical University of South Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; Taught medical terminology and professional development courses to participants enrolled in the employee development program. 1978-1980

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, Special Projects; Department of Psychiatry; Medical University of South Carolina.  Collected and analyzed research data; 1978-1980

INSTRUCTOR/CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR, Associate (A.S.) and Baccalaureate Degree (B.S.) Radiologic Technology Programs; College of Allied Health Sciences; Medical University of South Carolina, and Department of Radiology, Veterans Administration Medical Center; Charleston, South Carolina; 1976-1978.

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR, Malcolm X College; Chicago, Illinois; 1974-1976.

CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR, School of Radiologic Technology; Cook County Hospital; Chicago, Illinois; 1971-1976.

RADIOLOGY SUPERVISOR/CLINICAL COORDINATOR, Matthew Walker Health Center; Meharry Medical College; Nashville, Tennessee; 1969-1971

RADIOGRAPHER, Meharry Medical College Hospital; Nashville, Tennessee; 1967-1969.

GRANTS

U.S. Department of Education, Student Support Services Program, 1994 to Present, Current Fiscal Year (FY) Funding, $367,108.

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) PreCollege Grant, 1994-Present, Current FY Funding, $187,000 (2006-07).

DPI, Summer Food Services Grant, 1998 to Present, Current FY Funding, $10,934.

UW System, Precollege Follow-Through Grant, 1998 to Present, Current FY Funding $21,000.   
 
GTE Foundation, GTE Astro Scholars Program, $30,000, two-year grant cycle (1997).

Faculty Development Board, UW Oshkosh (UWO), Faculty Development Grant, National Conference on Student Retention, $1300 (1996).

UW System, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Design for Diversity PreCollege Multicultural Writers Workshops, $1600 (1996).

UW System, Institute on Race and Ethnicity, Investigating and Understanding White Privilege Workshop, $600 (1996).

Faculty Development Board, UWO, Noel-Levitz Conference, New York, $1080 (1995).

UW System, Office of Multicultural Affairs, PreCollege Science Enrichment, $2000 (1995).

UW System, Office of Multicultural Affairs, PreCollege Science Enrichment, $2000 (1994). 

President’s Innovation Grants Program, Chicago State University, Nursing Peer Mentoring Program, $1200 (1993).

Division of Disadvantaged Assistance, Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP), U.S. Health and Human Services, Bureau of Health Professions (BHPr), $422,841, three-year grant cycle, (1990-93).

Division of Disadvantaged Assistance, HCOP, $487,950, three-year grant cycle (1987-90).

UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

-  African American Studies Committee, 2005-Present.
-  UW Oshkosh Multicultural and Disadvantaged Coordinator for UW System,
    1993-Present.
-  Member, Search and Screen Committee for Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs,    2005.
-  Member, Search and Screen Committee for President of UW Oshkosh Foundation,    2003.
-  Member, Diversity Council, 2000-2004.
-  Chair, Diversity Innovation Grants Committee, 2001.
-  Member, Residence Life Diversity Committee, 1999.
-  Member, Campus Diversity Response Committee, 1999.
-  Member, Continuous Quality Improvement Committee, 1998.
-  Member, Institutional Research Committee, 1998.
-  Member, Campus Accreditation Steering Committee, 1995-1997.
-  Member, University Vision, Values, Mission and Goals Committee, 1994.
-  Member, Diversity Goals Subcommittee, 1994.
-  Member, Staff and Faculty for Equality (SAFE) Committee, 1994 -1997.
-  Member, Shanebrook Multicultural Library Committee, 1993-2000.
-  Member, President's Retention Committee, Chicago State University (CSU),
   1991-1993.
-  Chair, Nursing Admission, Retention and Graduation Committee (CSU),
    1992-1993.
-  Chair, Academic Enrichment Team Committee (CSU), 1992-1993.
-  Member, Honors and Presidential Scholars Council (CSU), 1992-1993.
-  Member, Academic Development Committee (CSU), 1991-1993.
-  Member, Enrollment Management Committee (CSU), 1990-1993.
-  Member, University-wide Assessment Committee (CSU), 1991-1993.
-  Member, Faculty Development Committee (CSU), 1990-1992.
-  Member, Board of Governors Minority Internship Program Committee (CSU),
   1987-1989.
-  Member, Cooperative Programs Advisory Committee (CSU), 1987-1988.
-  Member, Allied Health Continuing Education Committee (CSU), 1982-1987.

BOARD/ADVISORY APPOINTMENTS

-  Founding Board Member, Association of Blacks in Higher Education, 2005 to    Present.
Member, Board of Directors, Tempo International (TI), 2003 to Present.
-  Director of Communications & Geneva Conference Newsletter Editor, TI, 2005.
Member, Board of Directors, TI Fox Valley Chapter, 2003-06.
-  Consultant, Multicultural Affairs, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ, 2002.
Member, American Association for Higher Education Black Caucus Board, 2001 –    2005.
-  Presenter, Empowering Students of Color: Designs for Achievement, National    Retention Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 1998.
-  Presenter, Retention Programs that Work, National Conference on Student    Retention, 1997.
-  Presenter, White and Male Privilege, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 1996.
Organizer/Presenter, Multicultural Lectures Series, Winnebago Resource Center,    1995.
-  Peer Reviewer (Consultant/ Evaluator), Higher Learning Commission, a    Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 1994 –    Present.
-  Presenter, Developing a Town and Gown Effort to Promote Diversity, Seventh Annual    Conference on Race and Ethnicity, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994. 
Presenter, Building Relationships with Diverse Groups, Lead Program, UWO, 1994.
-  Presenter, Multicultural Perspectives, Residence Hall Director’s Orientation, UWO,    1993.
Consultant, Mentorship Orientation and Training Workshop, African American    Parents for Purposeful Leadership in Education (APPLE), Oak Park and River    Forest High School; Oak Park, Illinois, 1992.
-  Consultant, Assessment of the Sheriff’s Furlough Program, Women’s Division III,    Cook County Department of Corrections, 1992.
-  Grants Reviewer, Allied Health Special Projects, Bureau of Health Professions,    1990 - 1991.
-  Grants Reviewer, Health Careers Opportunity Program Grants, Bureau of Health    Professions; Washington, DC, 1990 – 1991.
-  Panelist, Options After Graduate School, Illinois Minority Graduate Incentive    Program Fellows Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 1989.
-  Curriculum Evaluator, Physical Therapy Program, Chicago State University, 1987.
-  Panelist, Coping Strategies for Minority Graduate Students, American Association for    Higher Education, Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 1987.
-  Consultant, Evaluation of Recruitment and Retention Programs, Office of    Enrollment Management, West Chester University, 1985.
-  Workshop Leader, Counseling and Interviewing Techniques, Allied Health    Instructor Preparation Workshops, National College of Education, Evanston,    Illinois, 1982 – 1984.

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

-  Tempo International
-  Tempo Fox Valley
-  American Association of Blacks in Higher Education.
-  Wisconsin Women in Higher Education Leadership.
-  Mid-America Association for Equal Opportunity Personnel.
-  National Association of Female Executives
-  National Society of Allied Health.
-  American Society of Radiologic Technologists.
-  Milwaukee Leaders Forum.
-  Milwaukee Community Leadership Group.
-  American Association of University Women.

CERTIFICATION/LICENSURE

American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), Number 057609.
Illinois Department of Nuclear Safety, License Number 249-760341-1-1, 1983-1993.

CONFERENCES

-  American Council on Education Conference, 2006
-  Diversifying Faculty in Illinois (DFI) Fellows Conference, 2006.
-  Women of Color in Higher Education Conference, 2006.
-  National Conference on Race and Ethnicity, 2006.
-  Tempo International Conference, 2005 to present.
-  Higher Learning Commission Program and Peer Reviewers Conference, 2005.
-  Wisconsin Women in Higher Education Leadership Conference, 1998-2005.
-  National Retention Conference, 1998.
-  American Association for Higher Education Annual Meetings, 1984-2005.
-  Higher Learning Commission (formerly NCA) Annual Conferences, 1993-2006.
-  First-Year Experience Annual Conferences, 1995-1998.
-  National Council of Educational Opportunity Associations Meetings, 1995-1998.
-  Mid-America Association of Equal Opportunity Program Personnel, 1994-1998.
-  Diversity Conference, Leadership Alliance, 1995-1996.
-  Annual Conference on Race and Ethnicity, 1995, 2006.
-  Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Conferences, 1982-1996.
-  Illinois Association of Allied Health Professions Meetings, 1982-1989.
-  Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, 1985-1986.
-  National Society of Allied Health, Annual Meetings, 1983-1995.
-  National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education, 1985-1988.
-  Illinois Committee on Black Concerns in Higher Education, 1982-1991.
-  Mid-Atlantic Allied Leadership Conference, 1984.
-  Midwestern Educational Research Association, Annual Meetings, 1983-1985.
-  University of Illinois, Urban Health Forums, 1984-1993.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

Our Kitchen: A 465-Recipe Multicultural Cookbook, Fundcraft Publishing, December 1999.

Empowering Students of Color: Designs for Achievement, Presentation, National Retention Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, October, 1998.

Retention Programs that Work, presentation, National Conference on Student Retention, 1997.

Workshop on White Privilege, presentation, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, May 1996.

The Oshkosh Human Relations Council: A Town and Gown Diversity Project, Conference Paper, Managing Diversity Conference, San Diego, California, 1996.

Multicultural Lecture Series, presentations, Winnebago Resource Center, summer 1995.

Building Relationships with Diverse Groups, workshop, Leaders Program, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, September 1994.

Developing a Town and Gown Effort to Promote Diversity, Conference Presentation, Seventh Annual Conference on Race and Ethnicity, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1994. 

Multicultural Perspectives, presentation, Residence Hall Director’s Orientation, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, September 1993.

Innovative Programs to Promote Student Persistence, Conference Paper, Convention on College Composition and Communication, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 1992.

Mentorship in the Retention of First-Year College Students, Conference Paper, National Society of Allied Health, Annual Conference, Washington, DC, March 1992.

Programs to Promote Minority Student Retention, Conference Paper, Annual Black Student Retention Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 1991.
Profile of an Allied Health Dean, Journal of Allied Health ,19:3, Summer 1990.

Options After Graduate School, panel presentation, Illinois Minority Graduate Incentive Program Fellows Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 1989.

Today's Deans:  A National Study of Allied Health Deans in Academic Health Centers in the U.S., unpublished dissertation research, Loyola University of Chicago, 1988.

Coping Strategies for Minority Graduate Students, Panel Presentation, American Association for Higher Education, Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, March 1987.

Deaning in the Allied Health Professions, Conference Paper, Association of Schools of Allied Health Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 1987.

Workshop on Allied Health Professions, Facilitator, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Northern Illinois Region, Chicago, Illinois, 1986

Allied Health: A Milieu of Professions, Presentation, Bureau of Guidance Conference, Board of Education, Chicago, Illinois, 1985.

Role Modeling in the Recruitment and Retention of Minorities in Allied Health, Journal of the Society of Ethnic and Special Studies, 6:2, 1984.

Recruitment and Retention Strategies in Allied Health Education Programs, paper presented at the Midwest Allied Health Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, 1983.

A Comparison of Factors Influencing Academic Success Among Marginal Students, unpublished research, Loyola University of Chicago, 1982.

Educational Opportunities in Radiation Therapy, Presentation, Illinois Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, 1982.

Dean's Diary, Editor, publication of the College of Allied Health, CSU, 1981-1987.

What is Allied Health?; Career Line, WNIB Radio, Chicago, Illinois, 1981-1982.

CONSULTATIONS

Peer Reviewer, (Consultant), Higher Learning Commission, Chicago, Illinois, 1993 to Present.

Consultant, Mentorship Orientation and Training Workshop, African American Parents for Purposeful Leadership in Education (APPLE), Oak Park and River Forest High School; Oak Park, Illinois, 1992.

Grants Reviewer, Allied Health Special Projects Grants, Bureau of Health Professions; Washington, DC, 1990, 1991.

Grants Reviewer, Health Careers Opportunity Program Grants, Bureau of Health Professions; Washington, DC, 1990, 1991.

Evaluator, Curriculum Development,  Physical Therapy Program, Chicago State University, 1987.

Consultant, Evaluation of Recruitment and Retention Programs, Office of Enrollment Management, West Chester University, 1985.

Workshop Facilitator, Effective Expression:  Verbal and Nonverbal Styles of Communication,  Staff Development Seminar, United Communities for Child Development, Beaufort, South Carolina, 1985.

Consultant, Interinstitutional Program Orientation, Medical Record Administration, Clark College, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982, 1983, 1985.

Workshop Leader, Counseling and Interviewing Techniques,  Instructor Preparation Workshop for Allied Health Professionals, National College of Education, Evanston, Illinois, 1982, 1983, 1984.

                               SELECTED AWARDS/BIOGRAPHICAL LISTINGS

-  Recognition Award, Women of Color in the UW System.
-  Leadership Award, Division of Academic Support, UW Oshkosh.
-  Appreciation Award, Black Student Union, UW Oshkosh.
-  Who's Who Among Distinguished Women.
-  International Directory of Distinguished Leadership.
-  Who's Who Among Women in the Midwest.
-  Who’s Who Among African Americans.
Certificate of Recognition, Higher Learning Commission (formerly NCA).
Biographical Listing, Who's Who Among Distinguished Women.
-  Biographical Listing, Who's Who Among Women in the Midwest.

        CIVIC AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

Volunteer Mediator, Winnebago Conflict Resolution Center, summer 2006 to Present.

Volunteer, Father Carr’s Place 2B Women and Children’s Spirituality Center, 1995-Present.

Facilitator/Instructor, Independent Decision-Making Course, ARC of Fond du Lac, Residential Treatment Program for Women Offenders, fall 2005.

-  Instructor, Independent Decision-Making Course, Waupun Correctional Center, Women’s Minimum Security Prison, fall 2004.

-  Chair, Operations Committee and Board Member, Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors, 1994-2005.  

-  Co-Chair, “Celebration of Diversity” Committee, Oshkosh Human Relations Council, 1998-2004.

Member, One Oshkosh: Diversity Network (formerly Oshkosh Human Relations Council), a university and community effort to address issues of diversity in the shared communities,  1993 to Present.

Member, Kimberly Clark Diversity Outreach Committee, 2000 to Present.

Member, Board of Directors, Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra, 1995 to Present.

Member, Citizens Advisory Committee, City of Oshkosh.  Committee reviews proposals/makes funding recommendations community block grant projects, 1994 to Present.

Mentor, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Fox Valley, 1995 to Present.

Member, Board of Directors, Boys and Girls Club of Oshkosh, 1995 to 1997.

-  Member, Winnebagoland Partnership Committee, Community Needs Assessment, 1995-96.

Member, Board of Directors, Oshkosh Regional Domestic Abuse Services, 1995-98.

Coordinator, Winnebago Resource Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.  Coordinated and delivered presentations to inmates, which focused on various aspects of cultural diversity, 1994-95.

 

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