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Cathy Connor in Nebraska

Worked as AP reader evaluating AP Exams

ENVS Program Geology Professor Cathy Connor spent June 1-9 at the University Nebraska Lincoln working as an AP reader evaluating Advanced Placement exams in Environmental Science taken by 72,000 U. S. class of 2009 high school seniors.

Connor also visited the Nebraska state museum on campus where she found the fossil elephants, rhinos, horses, and camels “very impressive.” Nebraska was the Serengeti of the Oligocene (32-28 million years ago).


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