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Winfrey, Claire Camille

Winfrey, Claire Camille left a positive review 4/5/2019

I learned a lot from this fascinating presentation. Solar is the way of the future!

Powell, Kathryn Elizabeth

Powell, Kathryn Elizabeth left a positive review 2/15/2019

Dr. Reyes-Mason was great. She has worked on some amazing projects and is doing a lot of inspiring work on the local level. I was glad to attend and learn from her.

Winfrey, Claire Camille

Winfrey, Claire Camille left a positive review 11/16/2018

Had a conflict so unfortunately missed this event. Heard fantastic things about it though; keep the science talks coming!

Schirtz, Tom

Schirtz, Tom left a positive review 11/9/2018

This was a really fantastic lecture/presentation. I'm not only interested in the subject matter but in the ways that the University can and does work with the Cherokee and it was very satisfying to see some of the results of this collaboration.

Stonecipher, Ken

Stonecipher, Ken left a positive review 9/7/2018

This information was excellent. The presenter knew his topical material.

Tolbert Jr, Jim

Tolbert Jr, Jim left a review 4/6/2018

I was very interesting. My only complaint was the venue. WAY to small to comfortably accommodate all the attendees. It was held at noon so I had every intention of eating my lunch and listen to the lecture. Unfortunately, it was standing room only and I was forced to stand the entire time and take my lunch back to my desk afterward and have a "working lunch" not ideal.

McGinnis, Frankie Elizabeth

McGinnis, Frankie Elizabeth left a positive review 4/6/2018

Really interesting

Fowler, Brittany Stack

Fowler, Brittany Stack left a positive review 3/23/2018

This was so informative and exciting to hear. I loved it and he did a great job explaining scientific information in layman's terms.

Mann, Caroline

Mann, Caroline left a positive review 3/2/2018

An hour well spent! I'd love to learn more about the economic benefits of the KUW - that was a benefit to unmanaged spaces that I hadn't thought much about.