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TDP 2014-2015 Largest Class Ever!

The TDP course 2014 - 2015 had the largest student enrollment to-date. A total of 30 students from three U.S. universities and three Chilean universities participated; University of North Texas (UNT), Buena Vista University (BVU), University of Connecticut (UConn), and the three Chilean universities were University of Magallanes (UMAG), Universidad de Chile, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile with 8 faculty members and 1 visiting faculty, Dr. Tetsuya Kono from Rikkyo University in Japan.

For more details, please see http://chile.unt.edu/recent-activities.

National Geographic talks with Dr. Ricardo Rozzi about his work in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve

Denton Record-Chronicle mentions Dr. Rozzi in UNT brief

"Professor speaks at international conference

Ricardo Rozzi, a philosophy and religion studies professor, spoke at an International Union for Conservation of Nature conference over the weekend. He was on a panel with Nelson Mandela's grandson, Luvuyo Mandela, and Myrna Cunningham Kain, secretary general of the Indigenous Inter-American Institute. The three spoke about standing up for their rights, parks and social equity. The week-long conference was estimated to bring more than 5,000 people from more than 160 countries to talk about inspiring solutions for parks, people and the planet."

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UNT professor to speak at International Union for Conservation of Nature in Australia

Collaborations in Scholarly Publishing: The UNT Sub Antarctic Biocultural Program/UMAG/UNT Press three-books co-publication series

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