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2013 QUT – River ecology and groundwater research: Professor Andrew Boulton

Thanks for that and thanks for the introduction now, and I was glad you stopped before you got too far, and I guess the other think is that again I’d like to thank the IAH, QUT, and the National Centre for Groundwater Research Training for providing this opportunity. What I want to do over the […]

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K-State Commencement – Fall 2016 | Human Ecology

>>>IN 1867 KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY HELD ITS FIRST COMMENCEMENT. THREE WOMEN AND TWO MEN GRADUATED THAT YEAR. AS THE FIRST LAND GRANT UNIVERSITY IN NATION, THIS FLEDGLING UNIVERSITY HAD A VISION OF PROVIDING INNOVATEDTIVE EDUCATION TO ALL PEOPLE. THAT EARLY VISION HAS CONTINUED THROUGH TO THE PRESENT. WITH OVER 250 MAJORS AND A DIVERSE STUDENT […]

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PhD Program in the Department of Physiology & Biophysics

I come from Houston.>>I’m from Dartmouth, Massachusetts.>>I’m from Cleveland. I’m a native of Cleveland, I’ve been here for over 20 years now.>>I’m Deedee Goodnell and I’m in the MV PhD program.>>My name is Sam Chai and I’m a second year graduate student in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics.>>I’m Somedi Chatterjee and I’m studying the […]

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K-State Commencement – Spring 2016 | Human Ecology

>>IN 1867 KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY HELD ITS FIRST COMMENCEMENT. THREE WOMEN AND TWO MEN GRADUATE GRADUATED THAT YEAR. THIS FLEDGELEING UNIVERSITY HAD A VISION OF PROVIDEING INNOVATIVE EDUCATION TO ALL PEOPLE. THAT EARLY VISION, HAS CONTINUE ED THROUGH TO THE PRESENT. WITH OVER 250 MAJORS AND A DIVERSE STUDENT BODY, INCLUDEING STUDENTS FROM ALL 50 […]

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