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12:00pm ANRS Seminar - Speaker: Dr. Robert Parmenter - Valles Caldera National Preserve, USDA


4/23

12:00am 4/23 Open registration begins.


9:30am ANRS Coffee Hour


4/25

12:00pm ANRS Seminar - Speaker: Dr. David Haukos - Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit


6:30pm CASNR Honors Banquet


4/30

9:30am ANRS Coffee Hour


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9:30am ANRS Coffee Hour


5/14

9:30am ANRS Coffee Hour


5/15

12:00am 5/15 Junction classes begin


5/16

12:00am 5/16 Commencement


5/17

12:00am 5/17 Commencement


 

 

 

 

 

 

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