CAMPUS NEWS: AUGUST 16, 2018

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The University of New Orleans Prepares Local Educators to Cultivate ‘Citizen Scientists’

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The University of New Orleans Prepares Local Educators to Cultivate ‘Citizen Scientists’

Teachers from the International School of Louisiana participate in a workshop at the University’s Pontchartrain Institute for Environmental Science (PIES) to prepare for introducing third, fourth and fifth graders to ‘citizen science.’

Phillip May (left) and Roxanna Rodriguez-Torres To Be Honored at 2019 Distinguished Alumni Gala. July 2, 2019
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