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You've Got CLASS: A Seminar Series

“Longitudinal Social Network Communities in Adolescence: Location and Movement of Marijuana-users in the Social Network."

Event Details

Date
Monday, March 12, 2018
Time
12-1 p.m.
Location
Plenary Hall (on the 5th floor of Nancy Nicholas Hall), Nancy Nicholas Hall
Description
CLASS represents the five qualities of a member of the Bouchet Society: Character, Leadership, Advocacy, Scholarship, and Service. The first seminar of the series will focus on Scholarship. Graduate student and Bouchet Scholar Albert Burgess-Hull will present his research on “Longitudinal Social Network Communities in Adolescence: Location and Movement of Marijuana-users in the Social Network."
Cost
Free

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