Purdue hosts the 56th Annual Conference of the International Association of Great Lakes Research
April 12, 2013
In early June (2nd-6th), Purdue will host the 56th Annual Conference of the International Association of Great Lakes Research on the West Lafayette campus. The conference will feature concurrent scientific sessions, plenary presentations, a poster session, various student activities, mixers, banquet, barbecue, etc.
IAGLR 2013 will feature plenary speakers and focused sessions that highlight studies of restoration and resiliency of the Great Lakes. A great program is in store with four full days of scientific sessions.To view the entire program for the conference, visit the conference web site: http://iaglr.org/iaglr2013/
Conference registration is now open and early registration (at reduced rates) ends on 19-April. Online registration closes May 17. Note that everyone, including all speakers, must register online. IAGLR members must have a current 2013 membership, paid in full, to receive the discounted member rate.You can visit the conference website to register.
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