Join us in welcoming Dr. Alonso Ramirez from North Carolina State University, presenting his seminar on "Extreme climatic events and tropical streams in Puerto Rico - the impact of droughts and hurricanes". 3:30 Tea and cookies 4:00 Seminar 5:00 …
|Department Code||Department||Site Code|
|1170||Soil and Crop Sciences||SOC|
|1172||Agricultural and Resource Economics||EAC|
|1173||Horticulture & Landscape Architecture||HLC|
|1370||Chemical and Biological Engineering||CBC|
|1372||Civil and Environmental Engineering||CEC|
|1472||Forest & Rangeland Stewardship||WRC|
|1474||Fish, Wildlife, & Conservation Biology||FWC|
|1476||Ecosystem Science & Sustainability||ESC|
|1480||Human Dimensions of Natural Resources||HDC|
|1588||School of Education||SEC|
|1682||Microbiolgy, Immunology & Pathlogy||MIC|
|1787||Anthropology and Geography||ANC|
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Students should begin discussing the formation of their graduate committee as early as possible. Formal selection of the graduate committee must occur before the student registers for their fourth regular semester, or the student will be prevented from registering by the Graduate School.
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