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Faculty exchange lectures, 1966-67.

Faculty exchange lectures, 1966-67.

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Published by Institute of Higher Education. University of Georgia. in Athens .
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Edition Notes

StatementGalen N. Drewry, editor.
ContributionsDrewry, Galen N., ed.
LC ClassificationsAC5 .F28
The Physical Object
Pagination59 p.
Number of Pages59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5563785M
LC Control Number67064838

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In May , Ms. Larson helped to further the goals of the Law School's faculty exchange program with the Adilet Higher Law School in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Having learned Russian while majoring in Russian Studies as an undergraduate, she was able to spend a month working in Adilet's law library. UM-Rolla: A History Of MSM/UMR become aspects of the fight. Later additions included paddling, rolling peanuts across the street with one's nose, and swims in the Frisco Pond.

Landon Young, pianist, Intercampus Faculty Artist Exchange, lecture and concert, May 8, Box 9: 25 Dr. Roger Payne, lecture, "Song of the Humpback Whale," Ford Foundation Faculty Fellowship. Fellow, Econometric Society. Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Member, National Academy of Sciences. Guggenheim Fellow. Doctorat Honoris Causa, Universite Paris-Dauphine. Doctorat Honoris Causa, Athens University of Economics and BusinessFile Size: 34KB.

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