Texas A&M International University will host a three presentations on ecology and the environment in October and November.
The presentations, which are free and open to members of the community, will be held at the University's main campus, 5201 University Boulevard, in Canseco Hall room 101.
A presentation on "Turtles and Trash on the Beach," by Anthony F. Amos, Research Assistant with the University of Texas' Marine Science Institute will be held Thursday, Oct. 9.
"Rio Grande International Study Center and Dia Del Rio," by Dr. Thomas C. Vaughan, Associate Professor of Biology at A&M International, is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 16
"Endangered Species," by Dr. Kathryn Kennedy, of the US Fish and Wildlife, will be presented Friday, Nov. 21.
All presentations will be held at 6:30 p.m. in Canseco Hall room 101.
For more information on the ecology presentations, please contact Dr. Jerilyn Jewett-Smith, Assistant Professor of Biology at A&M International, at 326-2235 or by email at email@example.com.