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Subject: 2019 AGNR Cornerstone Keynote Address

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Dear CMNS Students,

On behalf of Dr. Evelyn Cooper, Assistant Dean in the College of Agriculture
and Natural Resources, we would like to formally invite you to the 2019 AGNR
Cornerstone Networking Event. This year, we have the privilege to meet
and learn from Dr. Rita Colwell - distinguished UMD professor, 2006
recipient of the National Medal of Science, and the 11th director of the
National Science Foundation.  Dr. Colwell is one of the world’s
foremost experts in vibrios and a pioneer for women in science. Come learn
about her work in infectious diseases and how they impact global health.

Free food will be provided! We will be raffling away AGNR quarter-zip
hoodies and other AGNR swag!

To RSVP, please visit https://forms.gle/Q3DaHi1PQCyY37s78

Event Date: November 12, 2019
Event Start Time: 12:00 pm
Event End Time: 1:00 pm
Event Location: 0647 Animal Sciences Building
Contact Person: Devon Mohondro
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Contact Phone Number: (925) 858-8635
Website URL: go.umd.edu/chesbay

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