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Is the EU the Wrong Direction for Europe in the Modern Age?

Dr. Dean Fairbanks Department of Geography & Planning CSU Chico Dr. Dean Fairbanks explores the possibility of no longer having an established European Union. Although this may be a provocative…

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Using Remote Sensing and Targeted Water Sampling to Understand AI Risk for Commercial Poultry

Dr. Maurice Pitesky-DVM, MPVM, Dipl ACVPM Assistant Specialist in Cooperative Extension UC Davis, Veterinary Medicine Dr. Maurice Pitesky discusses how remote sensing and targeted water sampling can…

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Elk in California: History, current status, and future of California’s largest land mammal

Tom Batter PhD Student Mammalian Ecology and Conversation Unit University of California Tom Batter, University of California, Davis, Mammalian Ecology and Conservation Unit, shares his California…

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Beavertails, Enablers, Jammers: Highlights of a Sabbatical

Professor Don Miller Department of Biological Sciences California State University, Chico In a presentation on aphids, Professor Don Miller of Chico State shares his research findings and personal…

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Fidel Castro-The View from the Global South

Dr. Stephen Lewis Faculty, History Department CSU, Chico When Fidel Castro died in 2016 at the age of 90, thousands of people mourned and thousands of people celebrated. Dr. Stephen Lewis begins…

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The Evolutionary Basis of Premature Migration in Pacific Salmon Highlights the Utility of Genomics for Informing Conservation

Dr. Michael Miller Faculty, Department of Animal Science, UC Davis Dr. Michael Miller has been researching how genetics can be used to understand variations in natural populations, and how that…

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Chinese Porcelains of the 17th Century

Dr. Stephen Little Curator of Chinese and Korean Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Dr. Stephen Little explains that the Chinese were the first people to produce porcelain, and that they…

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Autism and My Sensory Based World

Dr. Temple Grandin Professor, Colorado State University In addition to her expertise in animal behavior, Dr. Grandin is perhaps the most accomplished and well-known adult with autism in the world.…

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Cultural and Educational Glances from All Over the World

International Panel from the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Fellows Program Representatives of a group of teachers from 20 different countries share their cultural and educational backgrounds,…

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The U.S. Surveillance State

Ray McGovern Former Analyst, CIA Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern, based on years of experience in the intelligence community, provides an insider’s account of the United States…

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