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College of Sciences Distinguished Speaker Series - Dr. Harry Greene

Why and How to Appreciate Nature

Event Detail
Date: Tuesday, December 3rd
Time: 4:30 pm
Description:

Dr. Greene is the Stephen Weiss Presidential Fellow and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University. He is a preeminent author and scholar on the natural history of reptiles and amphibians and of late the re-wilding of conservation. His presentation will describe how natural history plays a vital role in enhancing our appreciation for organisms and environments, thereby influencing the value judgments that ultimately underlie all conservation.

Location: Room: 101

Directions: Located in the large lecture hall on the first floor of the College of Sciences building, directly across from the student union.

Contact:
Judy Froehlich
407-823-0446
judy.froehlich@ucf.edu

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