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Chile’s Foreign Invaders by Ramiro Daniel Crego

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UNT Study Abroad Fair

The UNT Study Abroad Office hosted a Study Abroad Fair on Nov. 10th in the Library Forum. The fair encouraged study abroad programs to discuss with students the various locations around the world and credit hours that can be taken abroad. Tracing Darwin's Path (TDP) is one of the longest running study abroad programs at UNT and has been offered since 2006.

University of North Texas efforts highlighted at EXPO Milan 2015

To watch the Univerity of North Texas highlights at EXPO Milan 2015 follow the link below.

Seminar and Roundtable Discussion: Ricardo Rozzi

The Andrews Forest LTER program, in conjunction with the COF's Graduate and International Programs in the College of Forestry and the OSU's Environmental Arts and Humanities Program, is pleased to host Ricardo Rozzi, a leading thinker concerning the intersection of society and the environment, especially in forest systems. Rozzi is a Chilean ecologist and philosopher who is professor and the Director of the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program.

SBC Program Featured in Recent BIOsphere Newsletter

The Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation (SBC) Program is an interdisciplinary program working in close collaboration with the UNT BIOL and PHIL departments. Please see the recently published BIOsphere Volume 2, Issue 3 newsletter that highlights the SBC Program's activities at the Ecological Society of America annual meeting in Baltimore, MD in August, 2015.

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