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Friday, March 25, 2011

Come hear the first Physics Professor candidate

Students and alumni, this is your opportunity to hear the three Physics Professor candidates and put in your 2 cents for this important position in the natural sciences.  The three candidates, Matt Heavner, Jonathon Wright, and Jason Amundson, are coming one at a time over the next 11 days.   Matt Heavner, former UAS Professor, is here today:

Title: "Arctic Climate Change: Monitoring, Understanding, and Opportunities"

Given by: Matt Heavner, former UAS Physcics Professor

Date/Time: this Friday March 25 2:00-3:00pm

Location: Egan Building Room 220 (UAS Campus)

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