Summer Thesis Presentations!

Student Quasar Surprise stands at a podium speaking to an audience with a projection of science students behind her.

Join the MES Program on September 11 and 14 to learn about thesis students' research findings in a variety of environmental studies topics. Consult the campus map to find Purce Hall, and see the schedule below. Presentations are free and open to the public. 


Master of Environmental Studies Thesis Presentations (Summer 2018)


Tuesday, September 11, 4-5 pm, Purce Lecture Hall 4

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