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Published August 07, 2017
Two finalists for the position of associate vice president for graduate education at the University of Wyoming are scheduled to give public presentations this week.
James Ahern, professor and head of the Department of Anthropology, will speak from 11 a.m.-noon Wednesday, Aug. 9, in Room 138 of the Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center.
All public presentations will be captured using UW’s WyoCast system, which will allow near-real-time viewing as well as archiving for later viewing for those unavailable to attend. Ahern’s presentation may be viewed at https://wyocast.uwyo.edu/WyoCast/Play/8cc19639fb6946fc916efd6297a7aa481d.
Scott Miller, professor and head of the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, will speak from 2:15-3:15 p.m. Friday, Aug. 11, also in Room 138 of the Berry Center. That presentation may be viewed at https://wyocast.uwyo.edu/WyoCast/Play/18b85e932ef94345bfbcc6c42ea9be441d.
The other finalist -- Bret Hess, professor of animal science, associate dean for research and director of the Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station -- spoke last week. His presentation may be viewed at https://wyocast.uwyo.edu/WyoCast/Play/770f00456fbc4f36bc222e36192a4fcb1d.
More information about all three candidates may be found here.