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You've Got CLASS: A Seminar Series

Public Perceptions of Frac Sand Mining in Trempealeau County

Event Details

Date
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Time
12-1 p.m.
Location
Description
The Bouchet Society and the Multicultural Graduate Network (MGN) invite you to join graduate student and Bouchet scholar Evelyn Hammond for her presentation on “Public Perceptions of Frac Sand Mining in Trempealeau County.” CLASS represents the five qualities of a member of the Bouchet Society: Character, Leadership, Advocacy, Scholarship, and Service. We will have time for questions and discussion after Evelyn’s presentation. Coffee and snacks will be provided.
Cost
Attendees are asked (but not required) to register at the following link so that enough food can be ordered in advance:

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