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Sunday, February 7, 2010

University Centennial Seminar Series starts on Feb 9...

CMU continues to be committed to scholarly learning, so one of its major activities is the University Centennial Seminar Series. It will start tomorrow from 1 to 5 pm, Feb 9 (Tuesday) at the Farmers' Training Center (FTC). The speakers include:

1. Dr. Leo G. Labrador: "Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing-Integrative Group Intervention Among Children Exposed to Armed Conflict in Mindanao"
2. Dr. Vellorimo J. Suminguit: "Viewing Ethnohistory of Bukidnon Through Documentation of Cultural Artifacts of CMU Museum"
3. Dr. Michael Kessler: "200 Years After Alexander Von Humboldt: What Have We Learned and What Remains to be Learned in Tropical Biogeography?"
4. Dr. Grecebio Jonathan D. Alejandro: "Using Molecular Sequence Data to Resolve Taxonomic Conflicts: An Example in Some Philippine Rubiaceae"

It's free. Come one. Come all.
All these are sponsored by the following:

University Research Office, Biodiversity Research and Development Unit (BRDU), Social Science Research and Development Unit (SSRDU), and the College of Arts and Sciences - CMU