Calendar of Events
April 2, 2012
Professor Jason Thompson
British Egyptology in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
Candidate for a Master of Science in Marine Policy
Why U.S. Bluefin Tuna Fishermen Abide By A “Flawed” System: Understanding Motives for Compliance
Bring your lunch and join us for conversation in French. (No language tables when classes are not in session.)
Candidate for a Master of Science in Ecology and Environmental Science
Roads in Salt Marshes: Flooding, Vegetation, and Sharp-tailed Sparrow Habitat Quality in Tidally Restricted Marshes
Candidate for a Master of Science in Quaternary and Climate Studies
The Huaca 20 Site in the Maranga Complex: Human-Environment Interactions, Household Activities, and Funerary Practices in the Central Coast of Peru
Stephen Depoe of Environmental Communication will deliver a public lecture (with Q&A) on the scholarly publishing process in science, social science, and the humanities.
Although intended primarily for graduate students and faculty, these events will be free and open to the public.
No Registration Required
Free sample language classes for beginners.
For more information, call 581-2072.
Five week course on tractor safety.
Part of the School of Performing Arts Spring 2012 Program