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June 2011

Prehistory of the Pueblo Peoples: How We Learn and What We Know

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In March 2011 VEP PI Tim Kohler presented WSU's annual Distinguished Faculty Address, in which he reviewed main currents of VEP research over the last 8 years. With introductions by President Elson Floyd and Provost Warwick Bayly.

VEP Grad Students Win Training Opportunities

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The Santa Fe Institute announced that WSU graduate student Stefani Crabtree will attend its 2011 Complex Systems Summer School June 8 - July 1, and WSU graduate student Kyle Bocinsky will attend its 17th Annual Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science Modeling and Complexity June 19-July 1, 2011. Both are highly competitive. In addition Crabtree has won a position at the first São Paulo School on Ecological Networks, to be held Sept. 16-23, 2011. This school is sponsored by the Associação Brasileira de Ciência Ecológica e Conservação, jointly with the Graduate Programs in Ecology of the Universidade Estadual de Campinas and the Universidade de São Paulo. Congratulations Kyle and Stefani!

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