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The Nature, Science, and Society Seminar at UConn
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The Nature, Science, and Society Seminar in the Ecology and Evolutionary Department at UConn
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This seminar involves faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, and local citizens. The point is to engage in a broader discussion of the place of nature and science in our society.
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2012-13 Participants
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Greg Anderson, Professor Emeritus
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Mona Anderson, Associate Research Professor
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Lara Ariori, Master's Student
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James Bernot,
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Alyssa Borowske, Doctoral Student
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Bob Capers, Staff Botanist
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Wen Chen, Doctoral Student
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Marilyn Gould, Master's Student
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Don Hoyle, Mansfield Center, CT
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Michael Hutson, Doctoral Student
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Brian Klingbeil, Doctoral Student
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Gene Likens, Special Advisor to President on Environmental Affairs and Distinguished Research Professor
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Jessie Rack, Doctoral Student
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Dustin Ray, Doctoral Student
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Beth Timpe, Doctoral Student
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Mark Urban, Assistant Professor
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Mark Westa,

Revision as of 12:55, 29 November 2012

The Nature, Science, and Society Seminar in the Ecology and Evolutionary Department at UConn

This seminar involves faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, and local citizens. The point is to engage in a broader discussion of the place of nature and science in our society.

2012-13 Participants

Greg Anderson, Professor Emeritus Mona Anderson, Associate Research Professor Lara Ariori, Master's Student James Bernot, Alyssa Borowske, Doctoral Student Bob Capers, Staff Botanist Wen Chen, Doctoral Student Marilyn Gould, Master's Student Don Hoyle, Mansfield Center, CT Michael Hutson, Doctoral Student Brian Klingbeil, Doctoral Student Gene Likens, Special Advisor to President on Environmental Affairs and Distinguished Research Professor Jessie Rack, Doctoral Student Dustin Ray, Doctoral Student Beth Timpe, Doctoral Student Mark Urban, Assistant Professor Mark Westa,

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