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Please join us for Allyson Earl's MS Proposal Defense. See the attached flier for presentation information, abstract and zoom infomration.
Topic: Understanding Shifting Fire Regime Using Remote Sensing in Seasonally Dry Tropical Forests of Southern India
Time: Dec 11, 2020 03:00 PM Hawaii
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Meeting ID: 899 7877 0255
Dr. Clay Trauernicht
Dr. Tomoaki Miura
Dr. Tamara Ticktin
“The stuffing tends to be a favorite part of the meal and is usually the first bowl to be emptied,” says professor Rachel Novotny of the Dept. of Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences. For your reading and cooking enjoyment, Rachel is sharing her family recipe for stuffing, adapted from the Joy of Cooking cookbook, for their annual Thanksgiving meal.
Whether in person or virtual, attending conferences gets expensive for graduate students. You can support our budding scientists – and get some beautiful! plants for your holiday dining table – at the grad students’ Christmas Plant Sale: December 1-2, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Gilmore Hall 306
“Reminiscence theory” is broadly defined as “remembering one’s past” – and research shows that reminiscence, focused on positive events, can increase life satisfaction, benefit mental health, and facilitate end-of-life decision making. It can also engage students in applying theoretical constructs to personal and family contexts.
The chancellor of Leeward Community College has a vision for the future, and to discuss the exciting progress of the Wahiawa Product Development Center, he’s hosting a webinar December 3, 11:00 a.m. – and you are invited. Fred Lau, Owner of Mari’s Gardens and a CTAHR alum, is among the panelists.