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Connolly Taking Final Examination March 25th

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Andrew M. Connolly will take his final examination for the degree Master of Science in Geology on Friday, March 25, 2016 at 10:00 am in Room 118 Lindley Hall.  Mr. Connolly’s thesis topic is “Exploring the Relationship Between Paleobiogeography, Deep-Diving Behavior, and Size Variation of the Parietal Eye In Mosasaurs.” Members of his committee are Stephen Hasiotis, Chair, Jennifer Roberts and Rafe Brown.

All members of the faculty are encouraged to attend the examination.  Faculty members and students should plan to attend Mr. Connolly’s oral presentation of results of research on his thesis.  


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