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Rainbow gathering today/tonight?

From: Matthew
Sent on: Tuesday, July 3, 2012 12:12 PM
wondering if any family is heading down to nationals today.
loose plan so far is a chinatown bus to johnson city TN tonight,then carpool with others into Cherokee nat.forest.~

Tribal Wind Arts
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Subject: Masters in Sustainability Studies: Invitation to Apply

From: Ashwani Vasishth

Date: July 2,[masked]:28 AM

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I am writing to invite applications to our ground-breaking Master of
Arts in Sustainability Studies program. It is a two-year, evening-only
part-time graduate program designed to empower change agents in the
field of sustainability.

More information is at:

Master of Arts in Sustainability Studies (MASS)


Contemporary ecological and societal crises present unprecedented
challenges and opportunities. Driven by increases in human population
and per capita consumption of resources, and shaped by the consequent
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The Ramapo College Master of Arts in Sustainability Studies (MASS) is a
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Students, drawn from diverse backgrounds and experiences, will build
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The program is designed to engage students in the emerging professional
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This is an intensive program, with a graduate-level work load, that
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also held in the evening.

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Associate Professor, Environmental Studies
Director, Master of Arts in Sustainability Studies

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