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Many thanks to everyone who came to our final seminar of the year to celebrate our four amazing Senior Honors Thesis Writers! Congratulations and kudos to Jack Cordes, Martha Isaacs, Tony Liu, and Julianna Ritter for your hard work, thoughtfulness, … Continued
Dr. Gray’s proposal for a new course on: Social Vulnerability to Climate Change course will be funded through the CURE program of the QEP.
Dr. Riveros-Iregui and collaborators are studying the water quality of effects of Hurricane Matthew. The project, funded by a National Science Foundation Grant for Rapid Response Research focuses on Lumberton, one of the hardest hit areas and a place where … Continued
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