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CNR Homecoming Picnic 2010
The CNR Alumni Association is hosting a picnic on Saturday October 9. Several vintners and a brewer who are CNR alums have donated wine and beer for the event. We hope you can join us when we raise our glasses to toast all of our reunion-year alumni. RSVP here.
9:30 a.m. State of the College Address in the Giannini Hall Foyer, by Dean J. Keith Gilless
(continental breakfast with Peets coffee)
SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING
CNR ALUMNI VINTNERS & BREWERS
Aetna Springs Cellars
With thanks to Jim Watson, B.S. '48, Forestry
With thanks to John Casazza, B.S. '77, Soil & Plant Nutrition
Charles Spinetta Winery
With thanks to Charles Spinetta, B.S. '63, Forestry
With thanks to Jim Bundschu, B.S. '66, Agricultural Sciences
Gordon Biersch Brewery
With thanks to Dan Gordon, B.S. '82, Political Economy of Natural Resources
With thanks to Brian Talley, B.S. '88, Political Economy of Natural Resources
Come back to campus and enjoy all the festivities for CNR alumni, parents, friends, and students. Learn more. Please RSVP here for the picnic.
CNR Faculty & Alumni Homecoming Lectures
Peggy Lemaux, Cooperative Extension Specialist, Plant & Microbial Biology
FOOD FAMINE AND THE FUTURE OF FARMING
Neal Ewald '78 Green Diamond Resource Company
S.J. Hall Lecture
DECLARING PEACE IN TIMBER COUNTRY: SUSTAINABLE FORESTS IN A PERPETUAL BUSINESS
Andreas Stahl, Associate Professor, Department of Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology, CNR
FAT CHANCE: DISCOVERIES IN TREATING OBESITY RELATED DISEASES
Kimberly TallBear, Assistant Professor, Environmental Science, Policy and Management - Society & Environment
OUR DNA IS YOUR PROPERTY?: RECONFIGURING ETHICS IN GENOME RESEARCH