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Dr. Kessler welcomes Dr. Miyawaki to Campbellsville U

2013-11-14 - Badgett Academic Support Center, 110 University Drive, - Photo by Linda Waggener, CU photo.
Professor Akira Miyawaki was guest speaker at CU today on the healing power of forests Dr. Richard Kessler, Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Program Coordinator at Campbellsville University, welcomed Dr. Akira Miyawaki, a respected Japanese authority on forest ecology and conservation, as guest speaker Wednesday, November 13, 2013, in the banquet hall at Campbellsville University. Dr. Miyawaki consults with TGKY in Lebanon, Ky. on a global reforestation project and he and his team recently visited CU's Clay Hill Memorial Forest. Members of TGKY accompanying him today included two CU alumni, Misa Yuri, at left in the group photo, and Tim Smith, at right, along with TGKY President Atsushi Goto beside Misa.

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