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Wednesday Lecture Series - Spring 2018

Dr. David A. Young: “Ethnobotany of Arizona and New Mexico –Historical Perspectives.”
Santiago Hall 109
February 21, 2018

Over the past 12,000 years, plants have played an important role in the development of human cultures in the desert southwest. This talk will examine how native plants have been used as food, medicine, shelter, and in the arts by the earliest inhabitants of Arizona and New Mexico.

Dr. Young is Emeritus Professor of Botany and the Founding Director of the ASU Colleges at Lake Havasu. He is the former Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the ASU Tempe campus and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at ASU. He has been a faculty member and administration in higher education for nearly 40 years. Dr. Young received his BA and MA in Biology from California State University, Fullerton and his Ph.D. in Botany from Claremont Graduate University.

Refreshments: 4:45-5:00 pm; Lecture: 5:00-6:00 pm

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21
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Mar
13
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Location:
Daytona Gym
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Wed
Mar
21
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Location:
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Mar
21
Location:
Santiago 109
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Apr
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9
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Saturday, June 9 – Friday, June 15, 2018
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Jun
11
June 11-15, 9 am to noon, June 18-22, 9 am to noon
Sat
Jun
23
Career Experience
Saturday, June 23 – Friday, 29, 2018