Published on March 30, 2012  

April 13
2 p.m., Planetarium
Anthony Fodor, Ph.D.
Computer Science/Bioinformatics Research Center, UNC, Charlotte

Faculty Sponsor: Betsy Dobbins

April 19
7 p.m., Planetarium
Brian L. Gist, Sr. Attorney                                                                                                                                                Challenges to Creating a Healthy, Productive Environment
Faculty Sponsor: Hugh Floyd, Ron Hunsinger

April 27
2 p.m., Planetarium
David Dionne
Director, Red Mountain Park

Faculty Sponsor: Grant Gentry

May 2
4 p.m., PH 109
Tri-Beta & Biology Awards
Faculty Sponsors: Kristin Bakkegard, Ron Hunsinger

June 7
8 a.m., Brock Recital Hall
Eastern Hemlock Symposium
Faculty Sponsors: Ron Hunsinger, Claude Rhea

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